The company mentions recent attacks on retailers -- think Target and Neiman Marcus -- and says it "may have experienced a data security attack." An investigation is in progress.
CNET takes a tour of the home of The Simpsons: Tapped Out and the publisher of mobile games such as Real Racing 3.
The National Science Foundation hands the California Institute of the Arts money for its STEM program, which is designed to get undergraduate arts students up to speed with computer programming.
EA is about to close its Bright Light developer studio, the people behind the recent Harry Potter games, putting jobs at risk.
Five months ago, EA pulled "The Simpsons: Tapped Out" from the App Store after critical connection problems and bugs. An executive talks about its return.
As the transition toward a Web-based distribution model continues in the gaming world, EA said it won't leave its physical media users out in the cold.
Game publisher joins coalition urging an appeals court to find unconstitutional the 1996 federal law defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
The gaming company hasn't had an easy time of it lately, and reportedly has layoffs in the offing to help set the ship aright.
The "Star Wars" filmmaker had hoped to build a 260,000-square-foot technology production facility about 30 minutes north of San Francisco. But neighbors didn't want the project.
Amanda Lucas, daughter of the "Star Wars" creator, improves her Mixed Martial Arts record to 2-1 with an aggressive defeat of her Japanese opponent. Will the force be with her to be a major MMA star?