Nvidia is looking for a startup with the most disruptive innovation when it comes to using graphics processing units (GPUs).
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The Basis fitness gadget just got more useful with an update that tracks your running, biking, or walking activities.
Editor’s Pick Call of Duty: Ghosts is an admirable effort, but it couldn’t fight off the effects of gravity for an aging franchise.
Gamers are the target, and they can play in Ultra HD.
Square Enix is teaming up with Ubisoft and other partners to provide content for a new cloud gaming technology.
Nintendo shows it isn’t giving up on hardware just yet. Its last best hope for the holidays is a cheap machine.
The company places product advertisements inside mobile and social games, which it believes will reach today’s players.
The makers of Myst and Riven branch out on a new adventure.
You can buy all six monthly car packs in advance for $50.
With two new console-style controllers, Moga aims to turn Android fans into hardcore gamers.
The augmented-reality, mobile-only Ingress will formally launch on Dec. 14. People are already playing it in more than 200 countries.
You can expect to see a lot more game advertising this fall as the competition among publishers gets more intense and the new consoles launch.
Michael O’Donnell’s pictures show the breadth of the speakers at the fifth annual GamesBeat conference.
Norway-based Thin Film Electronics said it has raised $24 million to create flexible electronics on plastic sheets. The money will help the company on its mission of embedding electronic smarts into the “internet of things.”
After some false starts, game makers are conquering the world.
ICS Mobile will get celebrities and other famous folks to share their favorites on an app discovery platform.
Sony and Blockade will launch a Heavenly Sword movie based on the PlayStation video game in 2014.
Skydog can send you alerts if kids overstep their internet permissions or if you have a broadband outage.
Intel believes that mobile data networking will help deliver internet access to a much larger slice of the world’s population.
ARM is unveiling both a high-end and low-end Mali graphics-chip design today for mobile devices.
Xfire got thousands of Brazilian players to participate in its first e-sports tournament.
Rumble adds Triplepoint Capital and Nexon as investors.
Twitch will livestream many of the event’s 80-plus speakers to a new GamesBeat channel.
We’ll have 34 sessions and more than 450 attendees at our fifth annual GamesBeat conference.
Mobile ad platform maker NativeX is announcing a new product today that will help game developers incorporate better ads in their mobile games.
Social-game developer Wooga found success on mobile with Jelly Splash, a color-tile matching game with more than 10 million downloads in eight weeks on iOS.
Gabe Leydon set a team of 80 people to work on Game of War: Fire Age. How did it turn out?
The new Livescribe 3 smartpen is meant to be a mobile companion for smartphones and tablets.
We’ll have a mix of 23 distinguished moderators, including VentureBeat staff, game journalists, mainstream tech writers, and domain experts.
As gadgets and software get better, HTML5 gaming may get its moment in the sun.
What’s it mean to be an indie these days, and a growing one at that? Find out at GamesBeat 2013.
Line’s Akira Morikawa isn’t targeting his messaging service at gamers, but they’re playing a ton of titles on his network. Will that make it bigger than Facebook?
Prizes are everywhere. Why don’t more games have them?
Robert Xiao’s Perfect World has 4,500 employees working on online and mobile games. But will he make a brand in the West?
When does it pay to trust intuition or analytics more in the game design process
Intel’s Jason Waxman puts micro servers in perspective as change comes to the data center.
Which partners will help your mobile game company go global?
Mark DeLoura will discuss the White House’s interest in everything from learning tech to violent game discussions.
CEOs from around the world weigh in on the best way to make mobile games in global and local markets.
Zynga will have a pre-tax profit, and new CEO is bullish on the ability to grow in the future.