Dec 22, 2012 How many Sony, Panasonic or Sharp gadgets did you buy this year? Japan’s electronics giants have lost their competitiveness -- and perhaps creativity.
Dec 21, 2012 A man asks fellow gamers to lay down their digital weapons in the wake of Newtown, and a new report from Pew's Excellence in Journalism project looks at why reaction to this shooting was different.
Dec 18, 2012 Students at USC's video game design school say jumping and flying are the fun experiences that keep us coming back to classic games.
Nov 30, 2012 An Internet and telecom blackout hits Syria, Pew research numbers get to the bottom of why some avoid buying smartphones, and the video game Pong turns 40-years-old.
Nov 21, 2012 Video game producers are turning to the crowd-funding site Kickstarter to fund their projects. And people are forking over the big bucks with no guarantee they'll actually get their hands on the video game.
Aug 7, 2012 Each time there's a mass shooting in the real world, people ponder again the link between violent media and violent actions. The link isn't clear in recent cases -- and it's not proven as a general matter. But is there any harm in investigating alternatives?
Aug 2, 2012 In Japan, two big electronics companies are reporting disappointing earnings this morning. Sony is reporting a $316 million quarterly loss. And Sharp announced a $1.2 billion loss, which was much worse than expected.
Jun 5, 2012 As a new generation of consoles looms, current models are being packaged up for movies and socializing.
Jun 5, 2012 And it's all about the game consoles. How will Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony stave off mobile and social games?