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OnLive streaming gaming service launching in June

OnLive streaming gaming service launching in June

By 11 March 2010

OnLive, the company that has created an on-demand gaming system, that it believes will change console gaming, has announced that it will launch its service in June. First announced at the Game Developers Conference in 2009, the company has used this... >>

Win a ticket to "GameOn" gaming event in London

Win a ticket to "GameOn" gaming event in London

By 29 May 2009

Pocket-lint has teamed up with Enemy Down to bring you the chance of winning a ticket to "GameOn!", promising to be "the gaming event of the summer". With five tickets to give away you could be winging your way to the Olympia National Hall in London.... >>

Revolutionary "OnLive" games streaming unveiled

Revolutionary "OnLive" games streaming unveiled

By 25 March 2009

OnLive has "emerged from seven years of stealth development" to unveil the OnLive Game Service and OnLive MicroConsole. Announced at the ongoing Game Developers Conference, OnLive is described as "a revolutionary, on demand video game platform delivering... >>

Brain Training "does not improve mental sharpness"

By 26 January 2009

All those hours spent on your DS crunching numbers and memorising words on a brain training game, may well have amounted to nothing if a recent report is to be believed. Researchers at the University of Rennes in Brittany have concluded that there is... >>

Microsoft to cut 5000 jobs

Microsoft to cut 5000 jobs

By 23 January 2009

Microsoft has confirmed that 5000 jobs will be cut, with 1400 to go immediately. The remaining 3600 jobs will be axed over the next 18 months, and will include positions in R&D, marketing, sales, finance, legal, HR and IT. The job losses come as the company... >>

Analyst claims Sony and Microsoft are both right

Analyst claims Sony and Microsoft are both right

By 22 January 2009

You may have read our stories yesterday on the squabbling between Microsoft and Sony over which has the better console, which is going to sell more and whose dad is bigger. Or something like that. Well to settle it all for us, leading industry analyst... >>

Microsoft hits back, branding Sony "out of touch"

Microsoft hits back, branding Sony "out of touch"

By 21 January 2009

Microsoft has hit back at Sony's Kaz Hirai claiming the PS3 is the "official" industry leader, but branding the company "out of touch". Director of product management at Microsoft, Aaron Greenberg also described Sony as "an old hardware company that's... >>

PS3 is "official" console leader, says Kaz Hirai

PS3 is "official" console leader, says Kaz Hirai

By 21 January 2009

Despite sales figures and reports saying otherwise, Sony is remaining positive about its PS3 console, with Kazuo Hirai claiming in a recent interview that the next-gen console is the industry's "official" leader. And how did he come to that conclusion... >>

Nintendo struggling to break Russian market

Nintendo struggling to break Russian market

By 19 January 2009

Nintendo may be succeeding in just about every other country, but it seems Russia is one region it isn't going to win over. Despite launching the Wii and DS in the country, both have struggled to make an impact on the growing Russian market, it has been... >>

New Final Fantasy game won't hit Europe until 2010

New Final Fantasy game won't hit Europe until 2010

By 16 January 2009

Gamers outside of Japan will not be seeing Final Fantasy XIII until April 2010 at the earliest. The news was confirmed in a press release, and attributed to Square Enix president Yoichi Wada. Japanese gamers can still expect to see the game in 2009 as... >>


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