Over the last couple of weeks, anger has been bubbling on YouTube over the news that major brands pulled advertisements on the platform in an effort to avoid being matched with objectionable content. The reports, which were published by the Wall Street Journal, were met with such skepticism that they sparked…
UPDATE (4:02pm): It's official: Amazon has purchased Twitch, following months of rumors that Google was looking to buy the video streaming company.
Infamous YouTuber PewDiePie netted $4 million last year, "most of which is pure profit," according to a new Wall Street Journal profile. He wishes he wasn't so famous. "I'm so central to YouTube now, and that puts me in the spotlight and raises a lot of questions like 'Why is he so big?'" PewDiePie said to the Journal…
Some people might try to convince you that video games are a waste of time. Here's the perfect retort.
The most intriguing thing about Apple's rumored tablet isn't its form factor or potential to reinvigorate print media, it's the one piece of information no one seems to know: How will we interact with it.
You know you've got it made when even the Wall Street Journal wants a piece of your sweet, sweet motion controlled action.
The Wall Street Journal has a nice little article up about laid off employees getting into games and social media networks as a way to escape the grim reality that they're out of a job.
The man at the heart of the Second Life story, which Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski seeks to turn into a movie, was caught off guard by news of the film adaptation.
An article from the Wall Street Journal highlights some eyebrow-raising stories from the new book "The Race for a New Game Machine," written by designers who worked closely on the Cell and 360 processors.
Filmmakers and novelists have a long history of plucking stories out of newspapers and turning them into something wonderful. But this is not one of those cases.
Because it just isn't a 360 price-cut rumour party til the Wall Street Journal turns up. According to "people familiar with the matter", the 360 Pro's price will be cut by $50 "as early as Sunday", just in time for Microsoft's E3 keynote on Monday. As with the other 1,097 price-cut leaks, there's no word on whether…