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The first game for smart devices will be rolled out in this calendar year
Big data and other new technologies are fueling the use of gaming principles in the workplace
Pincus will replace CEO Don Mattrick, who took the helm less than two years ago.
Microsoft considered giving the original Xbox away for free, according to a new report with some of the console's original designers.
Roystan Ross's revival of Super Mario 64's first level makes for a nostalgia-packed time-waster.
It's actually worse than that. Cricket fan--yes, cricket-- and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is beating both Google and his own company's Bing at NCAA brackets. It's just not fair.
Soul Clash allegedly copies elements from Blizzard's Warcraft games, Blizzard alleges in a new suit.
Twitch is recommending users also change their passwords on other sites
Nintendo and DeNA team on mobile games...Opponents to spar at H-1B Senate hearing Tuesday...Apple said to have online TV service plans
Microsoft's Bing team explains what to expect as March Madness rolls on: an updated NCAA bracket UI and keys to the game. And it's gearing up for the 2016 presidential election, too.
Microsoft's Bracket Builder tool is now live, and it will make your NCAA bracket picks for you if you have no idea who will come out on top of March Madness.
The platform featured games from indie developers as well as PS classics, but now it is no more.
Sony continues to spin off struggling divisions, including its video and audio business