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The Trump administration has asked gaming companies to provide information about their data-security protocols involving Chinese technology giant Tencent Holdings Ltd, people familiar with the matter said.
Targeting system supremacy, gaming behemoths Sony and Microsoft are about to go head to head with their latest offerings – PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Facebook Inc is upgrading its Oculus Quest all-in-one virtual reality headset with a faster processor for improved gaming, higher-resolution screens and a lighter design as it looks to fend off rivals in the growing VR space.
An advertisement released Monday shows ByteDance wants to fill 700 business-related positions and 200 technical positions in gaming. The social media company has been slowly building up its gaming clout, emulating Tencent’s rise in the industry.
They have been charged with 23 counts of racketeering, conspiracy, identity theft, aggravated identity theft, access device fraud, money laundering, violations of the CFAA, and falsely registering domain names.
Japan’s Nintendo Co Ltd on Sept 16 reported surging user numbers for its Switch Online subscription service, driven by hit titles like "Animal Crossing: New Horizons", as the firm belatedly builds the recurring revenues such services offer.
The companies stated that they are working with professional and casual gamers to identify what’s needed for the best gaming experience at home.Moving out of the typical living room, Ikea is collaborating with Asus' Republic of Gamers (ROG) to make furniture that gamers would want.
It still surprises many people that professional video-game tournaments fill 50,000-seat arenas and that millions of fans watch from their bedrooms, aspiring to compete themselves one day.
Apple Inc adjusted its App Store review guidelines to loosen restrictions on iPhone and iPad games that stream directly from the Internet and in-app purchase rules that have frustrated developers.
Microsoft will on Sept 15 launch its Xbox cloud gaming service priced at US$1 (RM4) for new users' first month, in a major drive to attract casual gamers with the promise of cutting ties to the living room and as competition with Sony heats up.