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Tencent saw record growth in gaming in 2020, investing in nearly 30 companies as PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings pulled in more than US$5bil. While Alibaba and ByteDance continue to push into gaming, miHoYo’s Genshin Impact became one of the hottest new titles without Tencent’s ecosystem.
Authorities "on every continent" have arrested a total of over 20,000 people in the past year in an Interpol-coordinated blow against online and telephone fraudsters, the international organisation said on Dec 9.
Alibaba says its gaming division has been upgraded to an independent group to parallel the company’s entertainment division.
The accelerated digital transformation across almost every sector amid the coronavirus pandemic is boosting an esoteric collection of Japanese companies that dominate the global supply of semiconductor materials.
Less than two months after their office romance ended, Ahmad Kazzelbach began tampering with the email and social media accounts of the Baltimore woman who broke up with him. That was only the start of a vicious cyberstalking campaign that would escalate steadily over the next year.
Hong Kong police intercept HK$6.3bil scammed from victims of phone and Internet swindles over three years
Con artists targeting romance seekers, companies sourcing surgical masks and those eligible for government’s HK$10,000 handout. Anti-Deception Coordination Centre has already frozen HK$1.88bil of swindled money in the first half of this year.
Is Alibaba’s ‘Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Strategy Edition’ its first real entrance into mobile gaming?
A recent game published by e-commerce giant Alibaba is rising up global rankings in terms of revenue. Alibaba’s co-founder Jack Ma once said the company would not enter the gaming industry, but it has changed its tune in recent years.
An armful of free giveaways for Mac and PC gamers this week, thanks to Big Fish's Hidden Object Game collection and offers on Epic Games, Steam and GOG, with something extra for Xbox, iOS and Android.
Millions of people are skirting global coronavirus lockdowns to stroll through public spaces, fly overseas and watch idyllic sunsets... in the virtual world of smash-hit video game Animal Crossing: New Horizons.