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Last October, software developers at Riot Games in Santa Monica fielded an unusual request.
As online viewing grows, more US subscribers are having to pay up for faster speeds. Even then, they can run into data limits and overage fees.
The breadth of choices in gaming stands in stark contrast to other areas of technology.
An Electronic Arts programme started in Maitland that pairs high school girls with women working on some of the bigger videogames in the company’s portfolio could make its way to some of the game giant’s other studios.
Some tech users are fast becoming the new generation of hoarders – storing thousands of digital files on their devices and never letting them go.
Netflix Inc is turning three of its popular kids programs into interactive specials, increasing its bet on a choose-your-own-adventure approach to TV.
With 5G cloud gaming, developers will no longer need to be involved in making games suitable for different operating systems.
Kings of the videogame console world plan to require games hawking "loot boxes" to tell players how likely they are to get prized booty.
What if something out there had your kid begging you to turn off the TV or tablet, put away the videogames, and listen to a story?
Tencent Holdings Ltd is teaming up with the Chinese Communist Party apparatus to develop “patriotic” videogames, edging closer to a government that’s increasingly intolerant of gaming.