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Lockdown has led many people to video games – even seniors, it seems. In the UK, some 20% of grandparents have taken to playing virtual games as a way of maintaining contact with their grandchildren.
Google’s artificial intelligence unit took a giant step to predict the structure of proteins, potentially decoding a problem that has been described as akin to mapping the genome.
Online video games can be used to propagate extremist ideologies and even prepare attacks, the EU’s anti-terrorist coordinator told AFP in an interview in which he urged more regulation.
TikTok maker ByteDance launches a new casual game store and indie publisher to take on Tencent and NetEase
The mobile game store Danjuan Games and indie publisher Pixmain represent a renewed focus on less complex games for ByteDance. The social app giant has struggled with mid-core games Art of War: Infinity Evolution and JJ Street Basket in its effort to take on its Chinese rivals.
This year's nominees for the fan-voted Game Awards, taking place Dec 10, have been announced, with a trio of buzzy titles leading the pack.
eSports facilities providers have long been searching for the right business model – a feat made more challenging by Covid-19. Now one eSports company is following the likes of Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc into subscriptions.
What if you had a video game that featured an image of you? Video game publisher Epic Games is increasingly focusing on capturing facial expressions.
China now has more gamers than the entire populations of the US, Japan, Germany, France and the UK combined. Mobile games accounted for nearly three quarters of the sector’s total revenue, raking in 50.8 billion yuan.
A study by Oxford University researchers on how playing video games affects mental health used data from video game makers, marking what the authors say is a rare collaboration between academics and the game industry.
PUBG Corp, a subsidiary of a South Korean company, said on Nov 12 it will launch a new PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) mobile game in India after the previous incarnation from a Chinese publisher fell foul of national-security rules.