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August 4 (Reuters) - In March last year, Oziel da Silva Santos needed a new TV but with stores closed due to COVID-19 restrictions in Brazil's northern city of Belem, the 50-year old was clueless about how to get one. He followed a link on the website of furniture retailer Via Varejo and called a store manager.
(Reuters) -GameStop Corp Chairman Ryan Cohen made a point of doing away with corporate excess such as a company plane and used the allure of rebuilding the videogame retailer to recruit Amazon.com Inc's Australia chief Matt Furlong as chief executive, according to people familiar with the process.
(Reuters) -Netflix Inc is looking to hire an executive to oversee its expansion into videogames, The Information reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
(Reuters) - Activision Blizzard Inc raised its full-year forecast for adjusted sales on Tuesday, as the pandemic-driven surge in demand for its videogames including "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush" helped quarterly revenue exceed estimates.
Birds have innate GPS systems. Octopuses feel empathy. Are humans really so much more intelligent than animals?
(Reuters) - Electronic Arts Inc on Tuesday raised its annual sales outlook, betting on strong sales of its sports titles including "FIFA 21" and "Madden NFL 21" as more people turn to videogames to keep themselves entertained during COVID-19 lockdowns.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc sold over 15 million units of Grand Theft Auto V in the first two quarters of the year, as more people lapped up the action-adventure videogame to keep themselves entertained during lockdowns.
The Bitcoin scam that hackers deployed while breaking into the Twitter Inc accounts of political leaders and business titans last week closely resembles similar schemes used previously on YouTube.
A Japanese teen is standing up for his right to play hours of video games, crowdfunding for a lawsuit to challenge local government guidelines on limiting video gaming by children.
As governments around the world advise citizens to stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, there are few better options for entertainment while self-isolating than diving into a new video game.