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.
From June 5, the DS Lite is getting a permanent price drop to under $100, and all Mario titles for the system are getting a prominent repackaging.
No E3 gathering is without surprises, but here are the top 5 safest predictions for E3 2011.
A Fox News article claims that traditional console-based video games are on their last legs, preparing to give way for cloud-based services. Nintendo doesn't believe it.
Nintendo will replace Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort with Mario Kart Wii as the pack-in game and it'll also throw in one Wii wheel to enhance the kart racing experience.
Nintendo gets in front of rumors and confirms Wii successor codenamed Project Café, available in 2012, and viewable at E3 2011 in June.
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Everyone complains about the user interfaces on Nintendo's systems, but maybe their unwillingness to change isn't based on ignorance.