Editor’s Pick Rich Hilleman, chief creative director at Electronic Arts, thinks players should be able to skip to the ending.
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A report from the Chinese press says a university is forcing students to make PS4s for electronics manufacturer Foxconn.
The head of game partnerships at Facebook will describe where Facebook stands with games on its platform and with mobile.
You can think about your mech as a walking tank with benefits.
Although new consoles are arriving, falling prices on older consoles will stoke the game market.
New golf app aims to turn every round you play into a tournament with friends.
In case you don’t know what’s going on or don’t want to finish: we suggest you stick around. And watch out for spoilers.
Guest Post Mariya Yao is a mobile product designer and founder of Xanadu.
HP also offers an upbeat assessment of its outlook.
The Accelerated Discovery Lab will help customers identify new ways to use Big Data.
Biometric identification is hot as gadget makers look to improve security.
You can create your own fantasy sports-like team of celebrities. You win if they tweet the most in a day.
Two veteran game developers reflect on remaking a franchise built on stealth gameplay.
The world’s biggest casino slot machine maker pulls down a big license for its social game.
Amazon’s tablets beats out more expensive Android tablets in touchscreen speed test.
Editor’s Pick Michelle Zhou’s social analytics tool can figure out your deep personality profile based your public comments.
AMD is releasing both new low-end and high-end graphics chips simultaneously.
Trigger Happy has licensed P-Body and other characters for its Toon Hero animation app.
Basis Science has expanded its Series B funding to more than $23 million with new investors such as Intel Capital.
Game investments also bounced back in Q3 compared to a year ago.
The investors who teamed up on Ngmoco and Ouya will talk about their views on gaming.
We interview Ubisoft North America President Laurent Detoc on the newest Rocksmith game.
The mobile-game publishing platform will make it easy for its 700,000 developers to release titles on Amazon Kindle Fire tablets.
Verizon plans to populate several data centers with thousands of AMD-based micro servers.
We discuss the free-to-play online shooter’s newest features with executive producer Joshua Howard.
GDC Next and ADC will show that games and app makers have a lot to learn from each other.
Piranha Games and Infinite Game Publishing have launched Mech Warrior Online in North America.
Gree International is focused on publishing fewer, higher quality games in the U.S.
The combined company will be the largest mobile game company in in the fast-growing South Korean market.
Wright will moderate a fireside chat with Kislyi on using community feedback with actionable insights to deliver better game experiences.
Gaming’s greatest triumph is also its greatest embarrassment. If you play GTA V, you’ll descend into an ethical morass where there are no taboos.
Mobile games in China are taking off, and they’re still in an early stage.
Editor’s Pick Clancy’s military thrillers made you think, and video games based on them were sophisticated fare.
Intel and Arduino hope to inspire creativity in the Arduino open-source hardware community.
Guest Post Craig Robinson describes how his studio built Dream Pet Link for Spil Games.
The machine gets Dell bragging rights, but there isn’t much content you can view on it.
Dell moves into the small tablet market with Venue and reveals new XPS laptops and hybrids.
P4RC is getting 1,000 users a day to sign up for its iOS rewards app.
Japanese company doesn’t say how many jobs it cut in U.S. operations.
GTA Online and digital content downloads will add lots of revenue for the year’s hottest game.