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Sega has confirmed it's cancelling games and laying off staff due to poor financial performance.
Rumours suggest Valve is looking at producing a PC-console hybrid device dubbed a 'Steam Box.'
Valve has launched a beta version of its Steam digital distribution platform for iOS and Android devices.
Digital distribution platform Desura is now - partially - open source, as Desurium.
Sony has said that it believes the time is still not right for digital distribution consoles.
THQ has opened an online store, called ShopTHQ, to sell PC downloads.
EA has promised that it won't be making games exclusive to Origin.
Electronic Arts has said that it still sees a future for physical media.
A clause in Origin's Terms of Service indicates that two years of inactivity will lose users their DLC.
EA has announced plans to launch a new digital platform, dubbed Origin.
Dixons has launched a new digital distribution for games.
Capcom has said that the recent attacks on PSN are costing the developer hundreds of thousands.
EA reckons that the PC could easily become the biggest platform it publishes on.
Digital distribution is now far more important than retail support, says Paradox Interactive.
Paradox Interactive's CEO, Fredrik Wester, has rubbished some of the myths plaguing PC gamers.
Blizzard's Greg 'Ghostcrawler' Street says retail stores are still important for PC games.
Game, the UK's leading games retailer, has launched a new auto-patcher for PC games.
The NPD Group has finally begun collecting stats on digital PC game sales.
Onlive CEO Steve Perlman has said Onlive is a great place to demo new games.
A survey has revealed that 64 percent of console gamers prefer physical copies.
Onlive launched in the US last week, allowing users to finally see how much per-game pricing was.
Valve has finally rolled out the re-designed interface for Steam.
UK games retailer GAME is to close 100 stores after being hit hard by digital sales.
Play.com, one of the UK's largest online games retailers, is planning to launch a game download service.
ModDB has announced a new digital distribution spin-off service for mods and games, called Desura.
Simon Oliver, the man behind Rolando, says that Sony and Nintendo are miles behind Apple when it comes to digital distribution.
TV company Discovery has sued Amazon over the Kindle's digital distribution mechanism, claiming it violates copyrights on a similar system for TV shows.
Mobile provider Vodafone has announced it is to switch all of its music download services to the DRM-free MP3 format, starting this summer with the UK.
A glitch in an Amazon offer of £3 off purchases on its MP3 Store over Xmas lead to some customers being able to download as much music as they wanted, free of charge.
According to GamersGate CEO Theodore Bergquist digital games distribution could soon totally eclipse the retail market.
US wannabe-goth clothing retailer Hot Topic has launched a 'lifestyle portal' with a DRM-free music download section featuring backing from the 'big four' publishers.
Mygazines.com, a user-driven magazine scanning and sharing site founded back in July, is facing legal threats from magazine publishers who claim copyright infringement.
Before Valve built Steam up from scratch it was offered to both Microsoft and Yahoo, but both of them turned it down apparently.
The free distribution method Radiohead employed in the release of its new album has announced results - free beats paying.
In a revolutionary method, Radiohead is releasing its next album on the Internet for... well, you pick the price that you want to pay.
NBC Universal has declined to renew its contract with Apple to sell TV shows through the iTunes store. Apple responds by not selling any new NBC show.
Everyone loves to hate the RIAA and that especially includes the EFF. Well sit back and lavish those feelings thanks to a 25 page report published by the EFF.
On August 15, the doors to Google's online video rental and purchasing service will close after only being open for the past 19 months.