When talking about games exclusive to the PC, recent statistics have shown that Diablo II and World of Warcraft (WoW) are the most successful computer games in regards to sales, ...
Japanese game console maker Nintendo said Wednesday it will stop making its Wii console for the Japanese market, but will keep producing it internationally.
The latest version of blockbuster videogame Grand Theft Auto may have stoked a worldwide buying frenzy, but the ultra-violent offering is likely to be a minnow in Japan’s vast gaming market.
The Islamic Solidarity Games open in Indonesia this weekend following a chaotic run-up, with controversy over female athletes competing in sports bikinis adding to the turmoil.
Gamers were gathering Thursday for the start of the Tokyo Game Show, an annual extravaganza that this year will give punters their first real taste of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
Facebook on Monday began letting members collaborate on shared online photo albums at the leading social network.
The path forward for Microsoft following news of chief executive Steve Ballmer’s departure remains murky as the tech giant seeks to get back on the edge of innovation.
Hewlett-Packard saw profits return in the past quarter, but slumping PC sales took a bite out of revenues of the troubled US tech giant.
Up to a million tickets for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games went on sale on Monday, with high demand causing website delays.
American investor Carl Icahn has filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking changes in timing and terms for shareholder voting Friday on a bid to take computer maker Dell private.
Russian video game publisher 1C Company boarded a former US aircraft carrier to re-write the Cuban Missile Crisis that had super powers on the brink of nuclear war in 1962.