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Dell dresses up its new notebook as Major League Gaming aims to be "the next Nascar."

Dell dresses up its new notebook while Major League Gaming lands a big cable deal and aims to be "the next Nascar." Also, LucasArts gets serious about gaming.

Dell's gaming power now in red or black

The XPS lineup gets a new notebook with the M1710, which adds dual-core processors and a shiny paint job.
April 18, 2006

CNET Review: Dell XPS M1710

review For hard-core gamers looking to play the newest games at the highest settings, this is the best system (a lot of) money can buy.
April 17, 2006

Major League Gaming goes big league

Professional video game league will now have its entire tournament season broadcast on national cable.
April 17, 2007

LucasArts' quest to be No. 1

Jim Ward is leading a turnaround at LucasArts, ranked 8th in video game sales last year, up from No. 13 a year earlier.
April 17, 2006

Microsoft to sponsor World Cyber Games

International competition grabs backing from software giant; Windows, Xbox 360 now official platforms for annual event.
April 14, 2006

Collaborative gaming takes to the streets

New Web-based game presents a variety of absurd or even borderline-illegal tasks in and around San Francisco.
Photos: Playing 'SFO' offline
April 14, 2006