THQ has regained compliance with NASDAQ's minimum bid price listing requirement, saving it from delisting.
Yoga Retreat will provide a "daily gaming oasis" by teaching players real yoga techniques.
Social games are more popular than ever, with new genres emerging, says Facebook's Sarah Brooks.
New Essenge Engine 3.0 and ColdTech will force players to consider the bitter cold, ice, and snow to complete their battle campaigns.
Apps are coming in a big way to your Smart TV pretty soon, and Boxpay will be there to help you buy them.
The who, what, when, where, and why as it relates to players spending money on Facebook games.
The virtual entertainment console combines a Smart TV display screen with the touchscreen interface of a smartphone to deliver new kinds of games.
Big Fish is bringing thousands of games to its new service, Big Fish Unlimited, with all the benefits of cloud computing.
MicroVentures Investment Challenge is a Facebook game pitting notable Internet startups against each other in a fantasy sports-like competition aimed at venture capitalists.
Developer 6waves unveils free WaveX platform so developers can exchange mobile game traffic
When a graphics chip company exec changes jobs, it’s not usually a big news item. But Bob Feldstein’s move from Advanced Micro Devices to rival Nvidia is likely to set tongues wagging about the next-generation game console competition.
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Guest Post Matt Hullett argues that we're very early in the historical development of casual games for the web and mobile.
Mobile gamers play in some oddball places, according to a new study by publisher PopCap Games.
WildTangent's move into the mobile space suggests that many companies are still staking their claims in hopes of getting rich in the gold rush.
Ijji Games' A.V.A, GunZ, and Soldier Front are now integrated into the Aeria Games service.
Kids have a new (and hopefully safe) place to hang out on the Internet. Kazaana, a developer formerly known as PixyKids, launches its newest social media platform into open beta today.
If you grew up (or raised a child) any time between the 1970s and early 2000s, chances are you’ve played an educational video game. Whether it was one of the many Carmen Sandiego titles or a classic like The Oregon Trail, …
An award-winning documentary about the search for the world’s greatest Tetris player is now available to order.
The film tracks the 2010 world Tetris championships and has captured awards at multiple film festival awards, including the Audience Award for Best …
“Video games give us the ability to control and do something which we would never be able to do in real life. The majority of us have little control over our lives; this is just the way the world works,
I'm terrible at StarCraft 2. I don't know a barracks from a hatchery, and my opponent usually rushes my base with an army the size of a small country before I can even build my first soldier. Well, maybe I …