The Oxford English Dictionary has released its latest update, and new words entering the lexicon officially for the first time include "wiki", "malware" and "technopreneur."
Eidos today announced a new digital download agreement, allowing users to download PC games from Valve's Steam service.
A site called Delutube has taken advantage of the fact that "deleted" videos on YouTube apparently remain available for viewing up to an hour or so after they can no longer be accessed on YouTube.com itself.
Creative announced what the company calls the "most advanced webcam on the market".
PlayStation 3 owners will soon be able to help find the cure for Alzheimer's and other diseases with a new Folding@Home plugin.
Two separate studies, one in Germany and the other in the United Kingdom, have concluded that playing racing video games promotes risky driving behavior, particularly among men.
Austrian-based publisher JoWood has announced that it will be publishing Season 1 of the new Sam & Max episodes, distributing them to retail for the first time.
Although Sony Pictures studios are still actively releasing movies on the PSP's proprietary format, they're running out of places to sell them.
After GDC triggered a week off for Playstation Store updates, a handful of free downloads have been added to the digital PS3 store today.
Xtive, a Korean start-up company, has proposed a system of sending subliminal audio messages to gamers telling them that their time is up and they should stop gaming.
Microsoft has announced that Halo 2 will be the first game to allow cross-platform play when it is released for the PC later in the year.
AMD to put the Internet on your living room screen.
William L. Crawford, an unknown Hollywood screenwriter, is suing Midway Games because he claims the publisher lifted the story for the game Psi-Ops from a screenplay that he wrote.
After a successful stint so far with providing the middleware for online DS games, Gamespy today confirmed that it will be the provider for online multiplayer services for future Wii titles.
Lionsgate Films has now added several of its most popular movies, earning the distinction as the first non-Disney movie studio with a presence on iTunes.
Chris Sawyer, the developer of the PC hit series Roller Coaster Tycoon, has sued the game's publisher Atari, alleging that it skimped out on paying royalties and other fees totaling millions of dollars.
A new, smaller version of the PSP is in the pipeline, according to recent comments made by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) executive Ray Maguire.
Half-Life 2 developer Valve thinks that Microsoft's current "Games for Windows" marketing push is a cynical ploy to sell more copies of Windows Vista, rather than a genuine effort to invigorate the PC gaming market.
Veteran video game developer Sir Peter Molyneux has said that he wants to introduce the concept of fondness and love into Fable 2 by allowing players to raise a family and by giving them a dog as a constant companion.
Zelda will join the ranks of many other classic Nintendo franchises that have made their way online, with the release of Phantom Hourglass later this year.