Hacktivism has devolved into hacking just for the sake of bragging rights--the "Wild West" days of the Internet are back.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is coming up next week. Here's what we're expecting to see on the show floor.
This year's E3 Expo, which runs June 7 through June 9, looks to be the most exciting in years. Here are 15 reasons why, including cool new games and a big Nintendo announcement.
See if you can spot how many things don't go boom in Activision's apocalyptic debut trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Microsoft will throw in a free Xbox 360 gaming console for new PCs and laptops for students between the ages of 16 and 19.
Is Rockstar's post-WW2 Los Angeles-based crime saga making game consoles a little hot under the collar?
Xbox 360 bricked by the latest update? Microsoft will get you a new console.
You don't need a separate media center for every TV in your house. Instead, just plug in an extender. There's only one real option, but it's a good one.
Last week, rumors circulated that EA already had its hands on the new Xbox hardware. Now, a representative of EA has denied the claims.
Sources have told Develop that the new Xbox not only exists, but that EA already has its hands on it and is developing first-generation software.