Intel is taking a page from Polaroid's playbook: Grab a hot musician, give them an official sounding title and hope the PR blitz surrounding that will result in something good. With the camera…
After generating a strong following with genre fans, GeekChicDaily has raised its profile in Hollywood, with Joe Roth and Legendary Pictures chief Thomas Tull among the online newsletter's newest…
Disney is swinging the axe at its gaming arm, cutting a substantial number of positions as it transitions from being a packaged goods company to a player in the growing digital videogame space.
Disney is swinging the ax at Disney Interactive Studios, cutting hundreds of positions, sources have told Variety. Disney declined to give a number of people affected, but speaking off the record…
As interest revs up in the cloud gaming world, venture capitalists are doubling down.
Another old-school video game is getting the live action treatment – but in a different way than its peers. While Universal is trying to bring "Asteroids" to the big screen and Namco is shopping a…
"Duke Nukem Forever," the longest running punchline in the video game industry, finally has a ship date – and all signs are the game will actually stand by this one. After more than a decade in…
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DVD sales in Japan in 2010 dipped for the fifth straight year, coming in at $2.9 billion, down 4% on 2009, according to the Oricon entertainment ratings service.
Verizon is posing a legal challenge to the FCC's authority to issue Net neutrality rules, which the agency passed last month as a way to preserve open access to the Internet.
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