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Why Nintendo Is Entering the Mobile Games Business
Nintendo

Why Nintendo Is Entering the Mobile Games Business

Mario, Link, and Donkey Kong will be heading to smartphones and tablets for the first time.
John Gaudiosi
Angry Birds Maker Bets on Animated Movie as Profit Drops
Angry Birds

Angry Birds Maker Bets on Animated Movie as Profit Drops

Finnish mobile games company Rovio has its hopes on a costly 3-D movie project.
Microsoft to Face Lawsuit Over Xbox 360 Design Defect Claims
Legal Issues

Microsoft to Face Lawsuit Over Xbox 360 Design Defect Claims

A federal appeals court ruled that Xbox owners in the U.S. can indeed sue for damages as a group.
Super Mario to Go Mobile as Nintendo Ventures Into Smartphone Games
Nintendo

Super Mario to Go Mobile as Nintendo Ventures Into Smartphone Games

The move comes as investors call for the Japanese video game maker to boost revenue by taking iconic characters to players who are increasingly shunning its consoles.
Sony to Launch Streaming TV Service in Two Weeks
Streaming TV

Sony to Launch Streaming TV Service in Two Weeks

The entertainment juggernaut will reportedly roll out its inaugural cord-cutter offering in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Get Ready for Microsoft to Rev Up the Global Minecraft Machine
Video Games

Get Ready for Microsoft to Rev Up the Global Minecraft Machine

Can a kids' game turn the ailing tech giant around?
Ryan Holmes
For Video Game Developers, These Are the 10 Most Successful States
Video Games

For Video Game Developers, These Are the 10 Most Successful States

The video game industry grew four times faster than the American economy.
John Gaudiosi
Unstoppable Nostalgia: Netflix Said to Be Developing a 'Legend of Zelda' Series
News and trends

Unstoppable Nostalgia: Netflix Said to Be Developing a 'Legend of Zelda' Series

Netflix and Nintendo are reportedly working together to develop the game into a show.
Nina Zipkin
After $2.3 Billion Facebook Buy, Oculus's 22-Year-Old Founder Allowed Himself This Single Splurge
Spending

After $2.3 Billion Facebook Buy, Oculus's 22-Year-Old Founder Allowed Himself This Single Splurge

Palmer Luckey seems largely disinterested in materialism, but he did buy himself this one very expensive thing.
Geoff Weiss
The Innovation Challenge Facing Startups in Crowded Industries
Startups

The Innovation Challenge Facing Startups in Crowded Industries

A startup has to rewrite the rules to thrive in fiercely competitive, established markets.
Yoav Vilner
Is the Best-Selling Video Game Losing Steam?
Video Games

Is the Best-Selling Video Game Losing Steam?

Sales numbers for the latest version of this popular game are down significantly year-over-year. Did investors see this drop coming?
Ralph Baer, Video-Game Pioneer, Dies at 92
Innovation

Ralph Baer, Video-Game Pioneer, Dies at 92

The man known as the 'father of video games' never stopped inventing.
Nina Zipkin
Across the U.S., Bars Are Letting You Play Your Favorite Childhood Video Games
Business Unusual

Across the U.S., Bars Are Letting You Play Your Favorite Childhood Video Games

Cocktails mix with vintage video games at the newest arcades.
From Grand Theft Auto to Halo, Hot Video Games to Shine This Holiday Season
Video Games

From Grand Theft Auto to Halo, Hot Video Games to Shine This Holiday Season

New consoles are great, but the real fun usually doesn't start until a year or so after when new games hit store shelves.