Ziff Davis is gutting IGN Media following its acquisition from News Corp, according to a leaked memo from CEO Vivek Shah.
Pinterest has completed a $200 million round of fundraising led by Valiant Capital Management after expanding the reach and user base of its social network last year.
Twitter introduced its new advertising API on Wednesday to allow businesses to create more types of native advertising than they were previously able to on the social network.
We spoke with Juergen Stark, the new CEO of Turtle Beach, about how he plans to carry his company through the next generation of video game technology.
Sony is expected to announce its next-generation video game console tonight at a press conference in New York, but analysts are already doubtful of the new PlayStation's commercial prospects.
Sony has dropped the price of its handheld PS Vita console in Japan just before a highly anticipated announcement about its next generation console hardware.
Nvidia unveiled a new smartphone chip, the Tegra 4i, on Tuesday, promising more than twice the efficiency of its rival Qualcomm's latest chip at half the size.
Microsoft has threatened potential pirates with "consoles bans" if they partake in a leak of its upcoming video game, "Gears of War: Judgement."
An administrative court in Northern Germany granted Facebook a “suspensive effect” against an order leveled against the social network to change its real name policy.
One of the co-founders of the Xbox console slammed his former employer in a blog post this week, saying that the major console developers have all but doomed themselves to failure in the next hardware generation.
GameStop said it conducted a survey showing that as many as three out of every five customers said they would not buy a system that blocked the use of pre-owned games.
When a financial services giant joins forces with a social media start-up to spearhead a new kind of e-commerce, things are bound to get interesting.
AOL has acquired the tech website gdgt, adding another publication to its vast inventory of technology-oriented Web properties including Engadget, TechCrunch, Joystiq and TUAW.
Electronic Arts has admitted that its 2012 military first person shooter "Medal of Honor: Warfighter" was a failure for the publisher's quality assurance standards.
Mobile social gaming giant GREE cut its full-year financial outlook this week, citing rising costs and slower-than-expected sales from its ambitious overseas expansion.
Microsoft has opened a new Los Angeles studio to focus on creating “interactive content” for the Xbox video game console.
Activision Blizzard's “Skylanders” franchise has topped $1 billion in worldwide retail sales, the company announced Monday.
CBS Corporation and Amazon have partnered for a unique distribution deal for the upcoming series "Under the Dome."
Apple is reportedly developing a wearable device that could be the much-rumored "iWatch," according to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Activision is expecting lower "Call of Duty" sales numbers in futures despite posting its best year ever.