Trend Micro warns that cyberattacks and malicious apps targeting Android smartphones are higher than previously expected.
Electronic Arts shuts Pandemic Studios facility, bought in 2007 as part of an $860 million deal. Shutdown follows announced cost cuts and layoffs for struggling EA.
The Youth Care Foundation says that gaming addiction is a global threat. I say we concentrate on real problems.
Softbank participates in a Japanese government-backed experimental project that uses GPS-enabled cell phones to track elementary schoolers' whereabouts for health-monitoring purpose.
There's no telling how bad the swine flu outbreak will be, but experts say companies should be preparing for the worst.
Want to see what kind of colds, flus, or other maladies Twitter users are experiencing? SickCity shows you in real-time.
Department of Defense commissions "serious game" to prepare for the next influenza pandemic.
The gadget industry's latest victim? iRiver's Mplayer, which is shaped like Mickey Mouse.
The massive video game publisher has purchased two game studios from a private equity firm in the largest deal in its history.
CNET.com.au sister site GameSpot AU talks to Pandemic's Derek Proud to check out exactly how everyone's favourite anal-probing alien -- Crypto 137 -- plans to take on the Russkies in Destroy All Humans 2.