U.K. video-on-demand website FilmOn has floated on the Frankfurt stock exchange in a bid to fund its expansion into the U.S., Germany, France and Australia.
Midway Games Inc., best known for its "Mortal Kombat" video games, said Thursday that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Consumers may be cutting back on entertainment, but they're still spending on videogames.
Lara Croft is getting a new boss.
When Jean-Luc Godard pronounced, "Cinema is truth at 24 frames a second, and every cut is a lie," he couldn't possibly have imagined the tools 21st-century editors would have for bending reality.
Facebook, MySpace and Google signed a pact with the European Union on Tuesday to improve safeguards against the bullying and abuse of teenagers online.
Sega Sammy, parent of "Sonic the Hedgehog" gamemaker Sega, is cutting 560 staffers, 18% of its 3,127 total, and closing 110 of its 322 game arcades in Japan.
Facebook Inc. quickly concluded it wasn't worth anywhere near the $15 billion market value implied in a 2007 investment made by Microsoft Corp., according to confidential information obtained…
The delay is official: President Obama on Wednesday signed the legislation delaying the nation's switch to all-digital broadcasting until June 12.
Snoop Dogg has inked a multiplatform deal with MTV that involves a variety show, a new album and inclusion in the "Rock Band" vidgame franchise.
"Boom Blox," the vidgame that Steven Spielberg dreamed up to play with his kids, has won the director his first nomination in the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards.