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Atari to lay off 20 percent of staff May 3, 2007 As part of larger reorganization to reduce redundancies, game publisher will soon be cutting about 26 percent of its administrative employees.
Atari bids leader Bonnell adieu April 5, 2007 Bruno Bonnell leaves top positions at both the game maker and the French parent he co-founded, Infogrames Entertainment.
Game biz grapples with changes April 11, 2007 The advent of multicore chips means hard work for game studios. Also: How does a former movie and music exec turn around a game business?
Week in video: Wii will rock you April 19, 2008 CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest on the Nintendo Wii, as well as an interview with an indie video game developer with a WiiWare contract.
The next game controller--your brain? March 7, 2007 New game platform apparently can respond to emotions and conscious thoughts to move objects on the screen.Photos: This helmet plays mind games
Play your own Xbox game August 14, 2006 Microsoft plans free tools for enthusiasts to make own games, but at first only other hard-core gamers will be able to share the creations.
Sex, schmoozing and video games June 9, 2006 The first-ever conference about the future of the adult-oriented video games industry kicks off in San Francisco.
Creating a game? Get a lawyer September 7, 2007 With patents, copyrights and marketing rights playing an ever bigger role, gamemakers are discovering they need legal hawks just as much as everyone else.
Let the games begin at GDC March 20, 2006 More than 12,000 game professionals to meet in San Jose, Calif., this week for annual conference.
Mobile games coming of age? March 21, 2006 On the heels of EA's giant acquisition of Jamdat Mobile, the mobile-games industry is holding its breath and seeking huge growth.
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