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Sony sells more than 1 million PlayStation 4s in first 24 hours

Sony's PlayStation 4 out of the box. (Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)   If early sales figures are a reliable barometer, Sony appears to have scored a hit with its new PlayStation 4. The next-generation game console, which went on sale in... Continue Reading →

PC gaming in a semiportable package

The good: Dell's new Alienware 14 offers great performance, competitive prices, and quirky features such as a backlit touch pad. The bad: The new design still feels dated, and it's as thick as a few slim laptops stacked together. The fan is insanely loud.... Continue Reading →

Valve’s online game service Steam hit by hackers

The Steam video game service, used by 35 million people, has been compromised by hackers. Its owner and operator, Valve, uncovered an intrusion into a user database while investigating a security breach of its discussion forums. The attackers used login... Continue Reading →

Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3

In our Battlefield 3 review post, we outlined how the game's campaign has a certain sense of realism, as opposed to the over-the-top action found in typical Call of Duty campaigns. While overall it's more slow-paced than Modern Warfare 3's single-player... Continue Reading →

This is for you, Solitaire and Sudoku junkies

Back by popular demand, we bring you yet another Games bundle - Solsuite Solitaire 2011 and Sudoku Up 2011! All of the world's best-known solitaire games are here, including Spider solitaire, Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Golf, Yukon, and more. It's a... Continue Reading →

Put Down That Game Controller: Researcher Suggests Video Games May Not Boost Cognition

Wouldn't it be nice if all those hours kids spent glued to their PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Nintendo DS video games actually resulted in something tangible? Better grades, perhaps? Improved concentration? Superior driving skills? Over the past decade, many... Continue Reading →

Funky Nurse: Online Game Supports Teen Cancer Patients

Miniclip and Teenage Cancer Trust have designed a game that turns a difficult subject into a fun and fresh experience. The game, called “Funky Nurse,” is short but surprisingly hard to win. The player takes on the role of nurse... Continue Reading →

Over five million Australians to own a tablet by 2015, games the biggest media growth area: PwC

Over five million Australians will own a tablet computer by 2015 and more than a quarter of those will use the devices to watch television, films and read newspapers and books, according to the latest PwC Entertainment and Media Outlook... Continue Reading →

‘Poor quality’ 3D movies hurting games – Sony Europe exec

Who was there: Sony Europe group studio manager Mick Hocking oversees the company's four UK-based studios--Evolution, Soho, Liverpool, and BigBig--as well as the Worldwide Studios' stereoscopic 3D team.   Wipeout HD was among Sony's early 3D titles.   What they said: Sony... Continue Reading →

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