Netflix has purchased Night School Studio, its first game studio, as the company expands from streaming into gaming.
Alienware customers in specific states are in for a disappointment, as Dell is cancelling some shipments.
Discord has ended talks with Microsoft — over the latter attempting to buy the chat platform — and will focus on going public instead, according to reports.
Discord is exploring a possible sale for $10 billion, as gaming and communication take on greater importance.
Google is backing away from making games for its Stadia gaming platform, shutting down the involved studios.
Microsoft has bought Smash.gg, the site dedicated to building “active esports scenes around the games people love to play.”
Microsoft on Monday announced plans to acquire ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks, one of the largest, privately-held game developers and publishers in the world.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Akamai has announced it’s going to start slowing down video game downloads during peak times.
People love rivalries. Apple vs Microsoft, Ford vs Chevy, Patriots vs the Bills and Xbox vs PlayStation are just a few of the greats. According to Protocol, however, the Xbox vs PlayStation rivalry may be nearing its end as Microsoft’s…
5G is going to be a real tailwind for growth in mobile, says Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau. It’s going to enable much higher performance games. They’re going to be able to bring more people into a gaming experience.
According to a report by the Economic Daily News, Apple may be releasing a gaming Mac at next year’s WWDC event. As BGR comments, the Economic Daily News has a pretty spotty track record when it comes to predicting Apple’s…
According to StreamElements year-end report, Microsoft’s Mixer streaming service grew some 149 percent in 2019, yet still lagged far behind rival Twitch. Amazon’s Twitch has long dominated online game streaming, with 1,256,000 average concurrent viewers. Over the last couple of…
“We’re going to reach a point where you won’t be able to tell the difference between what’s created in the computer and what’s real,” says Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick. “That doesn’t mean we’ll do it for all of our games. This promise of taking certain titles, like basketball, and making it truly look like live-action is pretty close now.”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled their Stadia game streaming platform at the 2019 Game Developers Conference in San Fransisco today. Stadia is designed to bring high-end gaming to Chrome and other devices and aims to eliminate the many barriers to gaming.