In the latest episode of Adventures in Tech, we tell the story of Sega's Dreamcast, and examine why it failed.
Calling all Sega fans! Adventures in Tech tells the story of the Dreamcast -- an innovative console that failed so hard it destroyed Sega's gaming empire.
The retro-future feel of Sega gaming in the 1990s comes to life at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The Sega Mega Drive has been named the most popular retro games console, narrowly beating the Nintendo 64 in classic console combat.
Toylets are Sega games that males can play while relieving themselves. The test market: Japan.
Sega's little rascal, Sonic the Hedgehog, arrived in North America two decades ago to jump-start sales of Sega's Genesis video game console.
This week in tech news, even hackers don't think you should hack Sega! Plus, the end of unlimited data at Verizon, the Lytro camera wows us, and ISPs go antipiracy on us.
The hacking free-for-all continues, as Sega apparently becomes the latest victim of a network breach and none other than hacking group LulzSec offers to help the game company by taking down the responsible parties.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4 might be one of the most anticipated titles to be released later this year, but it might not be developed by Sega.