Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts, welcomes the new generation and vows better service on Battlefield 4.
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The console is now sold out at retailers. Microsoft matches Sony’s day one performance with PlayStation 4 sales.
Microsoft says it will respond quickly to any customers with problems.
Nintendo fans lined up on the same night when the Xbox One launched.
Carmack officially leaves the studio he co-founded in the 1990s.
Garden Warfare is designed for close combat. The funny kind.
I like the Xbox One for combat games. But I have faith that truly great games will emerge on PS4.
There’s lots of sensors in the new Kinect, but it’s not as complicated as it once was.
Fans fill Times Square for the first Microsoft console launch in seven years.
Ray Cox has earned more than 950,000 gamerscore points on Xbox games.
Kent Wakeford will step into role vacated by Chris Carvalho.
Microsoft will hold events in Times Square and a studio in LA for the launch of the Xbox One.
Intel is becoming a new kind of company, but it isn’t going to toss out its old business.
After 10 years in the making, Natural Motion launches Clumsy Ninja, an autonomous virtual character game.
The explosion of internet connectivity is requiring more servers to serve the web to new devices.
Intel will launch two major Atom processors by 2015.
OpenFeint founder Jason Citron raises money for his Fates Forever multiplayer online battle arena game
Intel’s new CEO Brian Krzanich describes what will be different under his leadership.
Hotels will be able to make money from their in-room movie boxes by letting LeoNovus use them for data center processing.
FlowPlay distinguished itself by making a massively multiplayer online world, where every game is social.
Crytek’s Ryse is an excellent launch title, but it isn’t the same kind of system seller as Halo.
Grand Theft Auto V had a full 20.5 percent share of gamer time in October.
Study in Britain found that playing video games does not lead to behavior problems.
Microsoft says its Kinect voice controls will work with YouTube app on Xbox One.
While other mobile game firms are dashing into hardcore and midcore games, Pocket Gems is staying put.
The funding comes less than a couple weeks after the company’s trivia game hit No. 1 among free apps in the app store.
Kixeye invades the Silicon Forest.
The new game controller works with iOS 7 devices.
The internet processor will help routers and wireless networks operate at faster speeds.
The new device makes it easier to play console-style games on your iPhone.
Signaling its advance into new turf, mobile developer Glu Mobile announced today that it has developed a word game, Spellista, for the Google Glass wearable device.
The company makes it easy for more people to use the Raspberry Pi computer.
Switzerland’s Taitale Studios is launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for its massively multiplayer online real-time strategy game, Novus AEterno.
Riot Games hit 8.5M peak viewers for its annual livestreamed League of Legends online gaming tournament.
The next-generation supercomputers will combine IBM processors and Nvidia GPUs.
The game died for lack of users, but it was wonderfully creative and now the art is available for all.
Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2014 uses SoftKinetic technology for full-body tracking.
His finest hour: working as spokesman for the doomed Sega Dreamcast, the ultimate underdog’s console.
Sony’s next-generation marketing efforts are aimed at stoking demand for a bigger opportunity than the PS3 debut.
The race is on, and a Finnish startup hopes to map interior locations first.