AMD confirms CTS-Labs vulns, promises fixes
Downplays their severity.
We take a peak at some of the essential hand tools used for smoothing surfaces.
Sees serious growth in the post-PC market.
Company betting heavily on next-gen consoles.
PC market slump hits the chipmaker hard.
Microsoft off the hook, analysts claim.
John Riccitiello has resigned as chief executive of EA, taking the blame for the shortcomings in the publisher's revenues.
F2P "is really a wonderful business model."
Following its end of year financial results, Activision has expressed its disappointment in the launch of Nintendo's new Wii U console.
Michael Dell digs his hand into his pocket.
Declining revenues could lead to discounts.
Ends the year with a $1.18 billion loss.
Troubles not yet over for Bushnell's baby.
Earnings hit by slowing PC sales.
Company planning to go private, sources claim.
Drops its orders dramatically, takes a financial hit.
A third of its business now non-PC, Huang claims.
Hisashi Suzuki, former director of Square Enix, has taken to Twitter to vent his misgivings for the company.
Financial troubles lead to launch date shifts.
In a Q2 earnings call, EA chief executive John Riccitiello admits that Warfighter had performed weaker than expected.
Around 10 per cent of staff for the chop.
Sources point to 20-30% cuts in engineering, sales.
Slow market and poor demand drops revenue 10%.
Exiting the DRAM market not such a good idea after all.
Atari has closed Test Drive Unlimited publisher Eden Games, stating that it's focusing more on mobile gaming.
AMD has reported a $590 million loss for the quarter, largely due to its SeaMicro purchase and GlobalFoundries deal.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that he is to sell a chunk of his stock in Microsoft.
AMD has posted a net loss in Q3, but vows to fight back with new APUs and tablet devices.
Instead of predicted gains, AMD is now warning investors to prepare for a loss in its Q3 results.
Sony's Shuhei Yoshida has revealed that the PS3 is now starting to break even.
The Japanese technology sector has been hit by massive losses reported by companies including Panasonic, HItachi, and Sanyo.
AMD reveals its financial results for the first quarter of 2009, showing an increase in revenue from CPUs and smaller losses than last year.
According to JPR’s estimated graphics cards shipments, the market declined by almost 35 percent between the third and fourth quarters.
Microsoft disappointed investors yesterday with a below-expectations earnings report - and has embarked on a cost-cutting programme that will see 5,000 jobs eliminated.
Nvidia has announced that it is restating revenue expectations for the last financial quarter, and it's bad news: a drop of 50 percent is now expected.
Intel has released Q4 earning figures ahead of its appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show which reveal a massive 23 percent drop in revenue.
Intel has restated its Q4 predictions for the second time in two months, warning investors to prepare for a fourteen percent drop in revenue.
In a response to the current economic climate, Finnish mobile giant Nokia is to lay off around 600 staff and close a manufacturing plant.
Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said that GPU shipments were down 20 percent in Q2 because of the economic slowdown.
After a fantastic year of sales in games last year, Ubisoft reveal at Ubidays 2008 that they have seen the market grow by 25 percent and expect the same this year.