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E3, the video game industry's largest trade show, is struggling with an exodus of publishers.
You'll soon be able to play your PlayStation 4 games on your Windows PC and Apple Mac.
20 years after Nintendo launched its phenomenally successful Pokemon games, the group has yet to transition its famous gaming stars onto our smartphone screens.
Global digital video game sales kicked off the year with new high scores after breaking records in 2015.
Activision shares tumbled after the company posted disappointing earnings and showed signs of trouble ahead.
If you're thinking of wagering on Sunday's Super Bowl, you may want to bet on Madden. The video game has predicted nine of the last 12 NFL champs.
As digital sales of video games slide, GameStop is dipping into potential new revenue streams outside its comfort zone.
Games with that can communicate intelligently with players will be the next landmark advance in gaming, according to Robert J. Mical.
Chinese hackers warned that increasingly sophisticated software could wipe out piracy in the gaming industry altogether.
Sony has sold more than 35.9 million units of its PlayStation 4 as it touts its dominance over rivals Microsoft and Nintendo.
The daily fantasy sports companies are headed to court to battle Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Rovio said Chief Executive Pekka Rantala would step down after just a year in the role, which included deep job cuts and restructuring.
Microsoft's video games console, the Xbox One, has removed the ability to control the device using hand gestures.
In July, Finnish telecoms firm Nokia released a virtual reality camera called OZO in what was its first hardware release since it sold its devices business to Microsoft for $7.5 billion last year.
Despite the New York state attorney general issuing an cease-and-desist letter against daily fantasy sports operators, the games aren't over for now.
Activision's efforts to become the leader in interactive entertainment have the hallmarks of creating a Disney-like dynasty, some analysts say.
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