Nintendo has launched its new Switch games console, which is crucial to the Japanese company's future.
The E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles features new and breakthrough technologies in the Virtual Reality world.
Affordable smartphones are in the spotlight at the Mobile World Congress, with Chinese manufacturers like ZTE and Lenovo increasingly taking on the likes of Sony, Samsung and Apple.
The European commission accused six Hollywood studios and one British broadcaster on Thursday (July 23) of violating rules governing the single
North Korea has slammed the decision of the US to impose fresh sanctions against them, labeling Washington’s policies as ‘hostile’ and ‘repressive’
US President Barack Obama has authorised additional sanctions against North Korea in what he said was the first US response to the cyber attack on
Gamers have been facing connectivity issues with Xbox Live and Playstation online services. Microsoft and Sony – the companies behind the consoles –
'The Interview' - the film about a fictional plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - will now play in more than 200 US cinemas from Christmas Day.
The United Nations Security Council has over-ruled objections from China and Russia and held a session about North Korea’s human rights record
It is the film which we will not see in cinemas even though it has gained worldwide recognition. Could Sony’s decision to withdraw ‘The Interview’
It is the film which we won’t see in cinemas yet it has gained worldwide recognition. Could Sony’s decision to withdraw “The Interview”, after
The United States has described a cyber attack on Sony Pictures a “serious national security matter” and said the Obama administration was
A decision by major cinema chains in the US not to screen the film “The Interview” has caused Sony Pictures to cancel its December 25 release. It
Sony Pictures is investigating the hacking of its computer systems ahead of the release of a film about North Korea’s leader.
In the movie, two
Every year, the biggest names in video games descend upon Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo – or E3 – the industry’s largest event of
China’s long-standing ban on video game consoles has been temporarily lifted, its government has confirmed.
The restriction was introduced in 2000