Microsoft 3Q growth overshadowed by tablet threat (Update)
Even as Microsoft Corp.'s earnings grow at a robust rate, investors can't seem to shake the feeling that the boom days are winding down for the world's largest software maker.
Sony 'rebuilding' PlayStation Network after outage
Sony Corp. said it is rebuilding its PlayStation Network to bring it back online after an "external intrusion" caused it to suspend the service.
Sony investigating PlayStation Network outage
Sony Corp. is investigating the outage of its PlayStation Network, a system that links gamers in live play worldwide.
Wii 2 goes HD?
'Brink' videogame release edges closer
Bethesda Softworks said Monday that its new "Brink" videogame set in an Earth flooded due to climate change will be released on May 10, a week ahead of schedule.
Michael Jackson fantasies play out on Xbox - PS3
Michael Jackson fans will get to show off how well they sing and dance like the King of Pop in videogames crafted by Ubisoft for play on Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) consoles.
Duke Nukem videogame comeback delayed - again
The long-delayed comeback of videogame tough guy "Duke Nukem" hit another snag on Thursday with 2K Games bumping arrival of the latest title back a month into June.
Kinect to help the blind 'see' in augmented reality
Ubisoft music videogame uses real guitars
French videogame titan Ubisoft on Tuesday revealed plans to release a "Rocksmith" videogame that uses real electric guitars as controllers.
US video game sales up 3 percent in February
U.S. retail sales of video-game hardware, software and accessories edged up 3 percent in February compared with the same month last year, helped in part by strong sales of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 game system ...
Sales of Microsoft's Kinect top 10 million
Microsoft said Wednesday that sales of the gesture-sensing Kinect for the Xbox 360 videogame console had topped 10 million units, making it the fastest-selling consumer electronics device ever.
Microsoft to release a free SDK for Kinect this spring
EA sees bright digital future despite loss
US videogame giant Electronic Arts (EA) on Tuesday reported a deepened loss in the last quarter but saw a bright future as players opt increasingly for online play and digital downloads.
'2011 looks huge' for video game follow-ups
Batman leads a league of sequels headed for video games this year.