A street luge rider races down a winding mountain road, zips under a truck and through a curve and into the path of an oncoming car.
(AP) -- To impress kids these days, it's not enough to make another video game. Mere action figures won't do, either. So Activision is merging the two.
MySpace on Wednesday began courting videogame developers as it moved to capitalize on the booming popularity of playing games online at social networks.
Facebook Inc., whose initial public offering is slated to be one of the biggest debuts in U.S. stock market history, has disclosed its heavy reliance on a single customer - Zynga Inc.
Sony is remodeling PlayStation Home to put games at center stage in a virtual world that merges console-quality play with styles of social gaming that are hits at venues such as Facebook.
Facial recognition startup Viewdle on Wednesday began letting Android smartphone users see which of the people around them are vampires and which are vampire slayers.
Asia's biggest annual video game industry event got underway in Japan on Thursday, with games for phones and tablets challenging traditional console kings Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.
In the real world, tracking a person's social network -- which could include hundreds of contacts that serve different purposes -- is nearly impossible.
After struggling in recent years to adjust to its last revolution, the video game industry is now being shaken by another one.
Cash prizes for getting to campus late or leaving early? Even Stanford University's hard-working employees and students may be tempted to participate in a new study.