Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Star Wars season is upon us. Will Battlefront warm you up for the movie or will it leave you as cold as Hoth?
Online gaming for the Wii and DS will be turned off in May this year.
Electronic Arts is to introduce free-to-play and online connectivity features to all of its major franchises.
Grand Theft Auto 5's multiplayer component has been revealed as a 'dynamic and persistent online world'.
Microsoft has come forward to explain how the Xbox One's online player reputation system will function.
Newegg is officially launching in Taiwan, while Bit-Tech has heard it may come to the UK too.
Don Mattrick fuels the always-on internet debate.
Several of the Wii's online features are being switched off by Nintendo in June.
Evidence is beginning to mount that the so called Xbox 720 may require constant connection to the internet.
Daily.co.uk has announced that it’s opened the first phase of ‘pre-registration’ and registration for .xxx domain names, the widely anticipated adult-only suffix.
OnLive has announced that it will launch its Cloud-base gaming service in the UK on 22 September 2011, at the Eurogamer Expo.
Infinity Ward releases the first Modern Warfare 3 trailer, which includes lots of explosions.
Bethesda claims that Brink seamlessly fuses online and offline play, but is this really true?
Sony has to almost entirely rebuild the system, which will take time.
Bigfoot Networks claims its new wireless gaming card gives you the edge online.
Get a copy of Custom PC from anywhere in the world, and for less money too.
Raw performance figures for AMD's Fusion CPU have leaked online.
Dr Tanya Byron has called for a new independent report on the state of online and casual games.
Sega may be looking to build on the success of the Total War series, it seems.
EA has promised that all future games coming out in 2011 will feature an online component.
EA's free to play online football game, FIFA Online, is set to hit Europe later this year.
Bethesda has been revealed to have a new MMO project up it's sleeve according to court documents from the Interplay lawsuit.
Inspired by the likes of Jet Set Willy, but incorporating all the flair and wit that the modern indie community can muster, Distractionware's VVVVVV is an intelligent platformer that will flip your expectations on their head. Joe delves in to see if that's a good thing or just a way to bruise your brain.
ModDB has announced a new digital distribution spin-off service for mods and games, called Desura.
Cryptic Studios has released the full system requirements for Star Trek Online.
From rumour to fruition, Futuremark Game Studio's debut release is here. Shattered Horizon is a team-based multi-player FPS. All combat takes place above the Earth's atmosphere in zero-gravity conditions, an environment that takes a little getting used to.
The Need for Speed range of racing games has been getting a little stale of late. However, with the makers of GTR 2 and GT Legends involved in this latest tarmac eating monster, Need for Speed: Shift looks like it's a whole new ball game.
Atari has labelled the D&D lawsuit filed by Turbine as frivolous and plans to countersue.
As the number of delays and cancellations for PC games continue to rise, Joe dares to ask the dreaded question: is it over for PC gaming? Do piracy and poor sales mean PC gaming is really dying or is the platform just changing into something better?
Realtime Worlds' new MMO game, All Points Bulletin, will have no monthly subscription.
EU antitrust regulators have told the music industry that it needs to change the way it licenses music online in Europe.
A new customer survey has turned up which hints at the possible release of Lord of the Rings Online for the Xbox 360.
Using cloud computing, the OnLive service promises to let you to play the latest games on a low-sped PC or Mac, or even your TV.
The guys who brought us the Nabaztag come up with a novel way to bring magazines into the 21st Century, via an RFID tag.
Survey reveals that 54% of Britons admit to checking up on their ex partners, while 97% of us search for ourselves on search engines
EA Phenomic's latest PC exclusive strategy game certainly isn't afraid to shake things up a little - but can this online card-based RTS manage to make a stir in our hearts too? We take a close look at the latest game from the makers of Settlers to see what's what.