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On deck: Faster games and easier cross-platform portability—if developers use it.
China's 13-year ban on video game consoles is ending with the creation of a new free trade zone in Shanghai that will allow foreign-funded companies to sell game systems nationwide.
Valve's Steam Box endeavor is ostensibly designed for the living room, but make no mistake: SteamOS is a serious threat to Windows.
The Linux-based SteamOS isn't even available yet but it's already making waves.
Microsoft is entering China's gaming market with a new joint venture, the latest sign that its Xbox console soon arrive in the country.
Valve launched a new webpage Friday which hints of an announcement for its Steam Box home console early next week.
The most unlikely partnership in the history of video games is getting a bonus round: The Angry Birds franchise released its second go-round with Star Wars, giving us Angry Birds Star Wars II.
That's one heck of a steal for the latest game in the venerable GTA series, most likely the largest one-day sales total for a video game in history.
Open source trumps walled gardens, says Valve's Gabe Newell—but that's not all he said.
Zynga said it had settled a lawsuit alleging theft of trade secrets by a former employee, with the employee also issuing an apology.
The $80 Android-based game console is on sale through several online retailers, including Amazon and GameStop.
The new handheld system is $40 cheaper than the Nintendo 3DS, and it plays all the same games, albeit without a 3D screen.
At the Hot Chips conference at Stanford, Microsoft designers reveal the chips at the heart of the Xbox One console as well as its Kinect depth sensor.
The League of Legends hack is bad, but fortunately, the most crucial information was encrypted.
Games developers using Unity Technologies' cross-platform tools can now access a translation plug-in in beta that could expand their products' geographical reach.