Entries in 'production' (25)
Oculus has said that it is not currently manufacturing its Rift virtual reality headsets.
Nintendo of Japan has confirmed that it has ceased production of the Wii.
SCEA president Jack Tretton has described PS4 production yields as “incredible”.
Microsoft has confirmed a second boost to the specs of its Xbox One.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has launched a new third-party production team for PlayStation platforms.
The new iPhone either has or shortly will enter production, according to new reports.
Analyst Peter Misek believes that iPhone 6 is preparing to enter production ahead of its release in June/July.
Sony has confirmed that it has ceased all production of the mighty PlayStation 2.
Sony has stopped manufacturing the amazingly successful PS2 in Japan.
It’s at the top of many gamers’ want list, and now Mirror’s Edge 2 looks a lot closer to fruition than ever before.
The on-going legal rivalry between Samsung and Apple appears to have reached boiling point.
Apple’s fight to get the iPhone 5 into customer’s hands is continuing to prove troublesome.
Asian factories have begun manufacturing the long-rumoured iPad Mini, it is claimed.
The CV of SCEA’s former R&D director Attila Vass has suggested that work began on the “next generation PlayStation” in August 2010.
The first of Apple’s secretive smart TVs has apparently entered production.
Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager is not currently working on Dead Island 2, publisher Deep Silver has asserted.
Resident Evil 6 is Capcom’s largest-scale production the publisher’s ever worked on, with 600 staff working on the title.
Apple is close to beginning commercial manufacturing of the Apple TV set-top box for a late 2012 release, it has been reported.
It won’t be a shock to hear that Microsoft has admitted that it has ceased production of Zune hardware.
Whether you love it or hate it - and a lot of people love it - you have to agree that the tease of Deep Silver's Dead Island has this ...
Having first debuted on the market way back in 1969, it seems that the end has finally arrived for the floppy disc.
Keiji Inafune, the veteran Capcom designer responsible for some of the publisher’s most iconic brands, has been promoted to a new role overlooking the firm’s global output.
The claims, which recently emerged across internet news channels, appeared to ...