If game consoles want to take on cable companies, then cable companies want to take on game consoles.
Sony is assuring gamers that it will make good on its promise to give the PS3 a life of at least 10 years.
Video game pioneer Peter Molyneux thinks that the industry has become lazy.
Nvidia exec Phil Eisler says the next generation of consoles may very well be the last, as he believes cloud-based gaming is poised to supplant traditional console systems.
Microsoft is gearing up to compete against the new PS3 and the Wii U for holiday sales.
Apparently consumers in the US are just too good for a low-capacity PS3.
Sony will try to steal some of Nintendo's thunder this holiday season with a new version of the PS3.
Update 12:45PM EST: Despite an earlier report that Skyrim Hearthfire is headed to other platforms besides the Xbox 360, Bethesda is apparently still not ready to commit to the PS3 and PC for the DLC.
The second major hardware redesign of the PS3 could become official next week.
There's a new face for Hulu Plus on the PS3.
Sony has had an active hand in getting Skyrim's DLC working on the PS3.
JK Rowling's first big presence in the video game world will be ready just in time for the holidays.
Although it seems impossible, the number of Americans playing video games has declined from last year.
If you were hoping for a brand new Electronic Arts franchise, don't hold your breath.
Konami has unveiled the next chapter in the epic Metal Gear Solid franchise, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
PS3 owners might never get their hands on the Skyrim Dawnguard add-on content.
Sony is about to roll out a significant update to the Playstation Vita.
As if there wasn't already enough to do in Bethesda's epic Elder Scrolls V Skyrim game, new downloadable content is on the way.
EA and DICE have confirmed that Battlefield 3: Armored Kill DLC will go live on September 4 for premium subscribers and PlayStation 3 owners.
We all know the current console cycle has gone on for far too long, with Microsoft's Xbox 360 hitting store shelves way back in 2005.