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Google's new cloud-based gaming platform will meet gamers where they are

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 20, 2019
Yesterday at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled a new gaming platform called “Stadia.” Instead of focusing on a local console, the platform will be cloud-based and offer instant access to play from sites like YouTube, meeting…
Google Vice President Majd Bakar speaks on-stage during the annual Game Developers Conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on March 19, 2019. - Google set out to disrupt the world of video games with a Stadia platform aimed at putting its massive data center power in game maker's hands and letting people play blockbuster titles from any device they wish.
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Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

The gaming industry's rise to the top

by Phoebe Unterman Nov 9, 2017
A listener (kind of) stumped Molly with this question on Make Me Smart's Explainathon.
Gamers test 'Destiny 2' at the Sony PlayStation exhibit during the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 13, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
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Why you should want your surgeon to play video games

by Molly Wood Dec 19, 2016
A virtual reality app gamifies surgery to help train medical professionals.
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Video game insiders head to a new dimension at E3

by Lewis Wallace Jun 14, 2016
Coming off a strong year for the industry, game companies are pushing virtual reality.
People try the new Sony VR headset at a Sony PlayStation E3 event in Los Angeles, California on Monday. 
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Reality gaming meets business team building

by Curt Nickisch Dec 24, 2015
Co-workers have to crack a riddle or solve a problem together.

Nintendo goes mobile

by Noel King Oct 29, 2015
Gaming giant Nintendo announces its first smartphone game.
Pioneer electronic game developer Nintendo has been losing its edge as Apple products and smartphones become popular for gaming. So instead of trying to beat them, it's joining them.
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Virtual reality film festival an immersive experience

by Molly Wood Oct 12, 2015
At traveling Kaleidoscope festival, filmmaking intersects with game playing.

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Gaming to ease mental and emotional health problems

by Molly Wood and Daisy Palacios Sep 8, 2015
Jane McGonigal tells how looking for a personal 'power-up' helped her heal.
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Always-online requirements are ruining mobile gaming

by Ben Johnson Sep 18, 2014
Mobile game makers should learn from the past and make offline play available.

Questions raised over bullying in the gaming community

by Molly Wood Sep 10, 2014
A debate is underway in the gaming community following threats against Zoe Quinn.
Attendees play new video games at the Sony Playstation booth during the E3 gaming conference on June 5, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. 
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