While Nvidia's Q2 2020 earnings dropped year-over-year, the results were an improvement over the first quarter and exceeded analyst expectations.
Nintendo is the only major console manufacturer to see hardware sales growth in July. It also ruled the software sales charts with 6 of the top 10 spots last month.
Corsair's latest acquisition completes the trifecta. Now, the company has a direct stake with consumers who are building a new PC, upgrading an existing one, or purchasing a complete system.
Customers experiencing problems after the one-year warranty are paying out-of-pocket, and Nintendo should have known, the suit alleges. Legal experts weigh in on the suit's possible impact.
GAEMS' line of self-contained on-the-go gaming entertainment systems used to be exclusively for console players. The upcoming Guardian system opens the door for streamers and PC-focused players, too.
The $199.99 system shaves $100 off the price of a standard Switch and trims features, including HD Rumble and TV output.
The United States' ongoing tariff war with China could have serious repercussions for the gaming and tech industries. If manufacturing vacates China, it's likely that this will result in higher prices for consumers.
Sony executives start to give shape to its strategy for the start of the PlayStation 5's life and beyond, and it looks a lot like what we saw this generation with a greater emphasis on cloud gaming.
A 25% increase in game console MSRP, to account for the tariffs, could bar potential buyers from purchasing a new console during the holiday season, while costing consumers almost a billion dollars more than is necessary.
It may be an uphill battle for the VR company, but the suit against Nreal is important to show potential investors that Magic Leap is willing to fight for its intellectual property.