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Amazon sent a buzz around Finland last week as it sought out tech stars, boosting the country's start-up scene in the process.
People who sell gaming accounts online are finding that profiles for 'Pokemon Go' are selling for thousands of dollars.
Profiles for the game are listed on auction sites for as much as $1-million.
"No Man's Sky", a game with 18 quintillion planets, was launched on Tuesday. CNBC sits down with the game's maker to talk about its development.
A classic moral debate — regulation versus prohibition — has rekindled in California as regulators consider legalizing online poker.
The video game industry has drastically changed since its early beginnings with Atari in the 1970s.
The creator of hit game "Pokemon Go" has tried to appease users after a software update over the weekend sparked a social media backlash.
The breakout success of Pokemon Go has thrust augmented reality into the spotlight. As Akiko Fujita reports, developers hope the Nintendo game marks a watershed moment.
MKM just lowered its rating on Activision Blizzard to neutral from buy.
Nintendo's on the cusp of a change and it could soon unlock the vast potential of its intellectual property in the mobile gaming space, experts say.
Nintendo reported a group operating loss for the April-June quarter of $47.3 million.
FTX Games says players will "decide between leading through raw power or gathering respect through loyalty."
Nintendo's share price might have tanked on Monday, but the "Pokemon Go" fever suggests a bright future for the Japanese gaming giant.
New data shows that Pokemon Go is paying off for retailers. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports.
Nintendo shares fall dramatically after investors realized that Nintendo doesn't actually make the game.
A heavyweight domestic partner is likely to be needed to get Pokemon Go over China’s mapping and regulatory hurdles.
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