Pro gamer Kelly Kelley just scored $25,000 in a GameSpot Battlefield 3-inspired reality competition, but her domination likely won't stop there. CNET sits down with Mrs. Violence for an exclusive interview.
As lethal protests wrack the country, the government becomes more heavy-handed with censorship.
A study finds that video games may cause aggressive behaviour, but the trigger isn't violent content, it's frustration.
Star investor Ron Conway is among those behind a series of $1 million challenges aimed at using technology to improve gun safety. The key? Find ways to make sure only guns' owners are able to fire them.
Following the tragedy in Newtown, a group of entrepreneurs led by Ron Conway resolved to use technology to help stem gun violence. Their debut effort is an incentive challenge to create smarter, safer firearms.
Check out which gadgets and technology professional gamer Mrs. Violence (aka Kelly Kelley) puts to use in her ultimate gaming setup.
After an activist campaign and advertiser boycott, the social network deems any content that glorifies rape or domestic violence as hate speech.
In concert with the Sandy Hook Promise Technology Committee to Reduce Gun Violence, the tech investor community is working to find and fund technology to reduce gun violence.
The Australian Government's Classification Board, which determines ratings on video games and decides if they can be sold in the country, lays down the ruling.
It was a comedy. It was a tragedy. There was carelessness. There was an unnoticed underscore. But now the real Wendi Deng Murdoch has frozen her real Twitter feed. And the fake is leaving too.