High-tech slot machines should get a big shot in the arm with the opening of Las Vegas' CityCenter later this year. Still, a whole lot of rewiring remains to be done.
The San Francisco conference may well be the world's largest gathering of game developers, the place to keep an ear to the ground and to get business done.
Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman stops in on Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems facility in Rhode Island and got the low-down on the DDG 1000, the U.S. Navy's most advanced destroyer ever.
Both server and game box suppliers are deploying Intel's 6-core processor.
Publishers' Web traffic measurements often differ from ComScore's independent calculations, but the company believes a new approach will sort things out.
With funding for Trion World Network, browser-based games just got a $70 million vote of confidence.
The company gives a walk-through of the latest research coming out of its Berkeley, Calif.-based research labs.
A demo of the Cell blade server uses visualization software to display real-time, 3D video footage of a beating heart. Photos: IBM's blade overhaul
Researchers want to know if entertainment games have a place in schools, while casinos head toward a new era for slot machines.
Microsoft chief technical officer sees more work ahead in catching up with rivals offering free, ad-supported products.
A single one-armed bandit will soon be capable of serving up a variety of games, depending on the player's whim. Photos: Serving up slot games