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The hard and soft sides of video games

As console makers gear up to ship next-generation boxes, game designers look for new success routes.

As console makers gear up to ship their next-generation boxes, game designers look for new routes to success.

Dell aims to be leader in computer gaming

Company founder scopes out hardware needs at game confab, predicts gaming will be a $4 billion-per-year industry by 2010.
September 8, 2006

IBM ships chips for Wii

Chip shipments are one of few clues Wii watchers can track; Nintendo hasn't released a specific launch date.
September 8, 2006

Photos: Wii little chips

The new Nintendo Wii includes a unique controller, which comes in two parts, one for each hand, and contains a motion sensing device.
September 8, 2006

Lights, camera, video games

In speech at Austin Game Conference, "Titanic" producer looks at the latest ways films and games affect each other.
September 7, 2006

The winning ways of 'Warcraft'

In a rare public appearance, Blizzard Entertainment's head designer explains what made the online game a hit.
September 6, 2006

Sony delays PS3 launch in Europe

Sony will delay the European launch of its PlayStation 3 game console by about four months to March.
September 6, 2006

Some games may enhance sociability

New study questions the perception that kids who play computer games are isolating themselves.
September 6, 2006

Atari appoints new CEO

David Pierce is hired as president and CEO as company works to turn around its business amid an industry slump resulting from the upcoming launches of new game consoles.
September 5, 2006