Despite being the first E3 in four years, E3 2023 may be missing the biggest console makers: Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has fired back at Sony over the latter’s objections to Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard deal.
Microsoft has just made a major commitment, with an executive saying it will keep Call of Duty on the PlayStation forever.
Sony has launched an over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aid in the US following a change in regulation that paved the way.
No company likes to admit its competitor has a leg up, but Microsoft did just that in an effort to avoid antitrust issues.
Honda and Sony are working together, forming a new company to sell electric vehicles (EVs) as the entire industry pivots away from gasoline engines.
Microsoft is throwing down the gauntlet in the app store market, releasing a set of “Open App Store Principles” that take aim at Apple and Google.
Less than two weeks after Microsoft announced it was purchasing Activision Blizzard, Sony has announced a deal to purchase Bungie.
TSMC and Sony may team up on a new semiconductor factory in Japan, in an effort to hep ease the semiconductor shortage.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is one of the biggest phone events of the year, but it will go on without one of its biggest attendees, as Google pulls out.
When Apple released the over-ear AirPods Max in December, the headphones came with a staggering $550 price tag. According to iFixIt, there’s a good reason.
Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony are collaborating to make gaming safer, especially for those most vulnerable.
Google made a surprise announcement today, unveiling its take on television: Google TV.
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…