News and Articles About Gaming
Technology makes the learning process both interactive and participatory; is your business "game" to get involved?
Netflix is set to launch a new app when the console launches with 600 hours of 4K content, including its hit crime series Narcos, and Google's YouTube unit is also planning an app for PS 4 Pro.
Old enough to remember television's inception? Keeping that time frame in perspective can help you understand how VR will roll out over the coming years.
Turns out, staring at a screen may not be so awful for your eyes.
Gamers catch Pokémon. You catch customers.
Who knew that this national craze could drive young people (in droves) to your campus?
Until Pokemon GO, a mobile game, was launched just over a week ago, Nintendo had taken every opportunity to say its main focus was still gaming consoles, and games for smartphones were just a means to lure more people to them.
Pokemon is taking the world by storm -- even in places we'd least expect.
While Nintendo is investigating virtual reality technology, it is focusing on its forthcoming NX console until VR becomes more mainstream.
Steven De Mar talks about the beginning of his company, LED Gaming, and the future of legalized online gaming concepts.
The 13-year-old event spotlights digital entertainment made with social impact in mind.
Younger players want more casual content – like Candy Crush and Bejeweled – in the casino space.
Survey says: Blowing their brains out on video games for several hours a week might not be so bad for children after all.
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