Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Only Wings of Liberty, though.
Blizzard's long serving chief creative officer Rob Pardo has left the studio after 17 years at the company.
Kotick admits WoW is losing subs, too.
Take a look at a world where you can be a huge celebrity: for playing Starcraft.
We attend Barcraft - a regular London gathering of Starcraft fans and eSports acolytes.
Blizzard has no plans for a Starcraft MMO, according to comments in the GamesCom 2011 conference.
Activision's financial reports reveal that it expects Blizzard to release two games next year.
Blizzard has claimed the PC games industry is in excellent health.
Blizzard has said that it would choose James Cameron to direct a StarCraft film.
StarCraft 2 has finally landed, and we've been stomping Zerg like never before!
Blizzard has announced that it will abandon plans of rolling out Real ID features on the forums.
We chat to Blizzard's Frank Pearce about piracy, mods and the relevance of e-sports in Europe.
Blizzard has announced the official release date for StarCraft 2.
Blizzard is definitely going to make console games in the future, claims WoW producer.
Blizzard has confirmed that Diablo 3 will not be out next year.
Blizzard executive Rob Pardo reckons that the lack of a LAN option in StarCraft 2 is not really a big deal.
The first day of Europe's biggest games shows - GamesCom in Cologne - is over and we've been very busy. We've played Scribblenauts, Shattered Horizon, Little Big Planet on the PSP and a small game you might have heard of called Starcraft 2.
Blizzard has today unveiled a new version of the Battle.net system for playing multiplayer games.
Blizzard may have just announced Diablo 3, but the word is that the developer still has at least one more trick up it's sleeve.
At the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational in Paris, Blizzard has unveiled the long awaited sequel to Diablo 2 for PC and Mac.
Out of nowhere two of the biggest publishers in games have united - bringing Call of Duty, Tony Hawks, Guitar Hero and World of Warcraft all under one roof.
One WoW to bring them all and in the Internets bind them...but one WoW may not be enough for Blizzard, as the hinting about WoW 2 begins.
EA has announced that Bill Roper's Hellgate: London will be released at the end of October on the PC.
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
Blizzard is eager that you don't get your hopes up about the recently announced Starcraft II, which won't see a release this year at all.
Blizzard announce definite plans to make StarCraft 2 and promise a new product announcement soon in Korea
Tired of the crappy sequels to once-great titles? Ever wish you could just have that old game back with a DirectX 9 or DirectX 10 update? We take a look at some of the games we wish could just get a new coat of paint rather than being messed with under the hood.
That may not be the most exciting news, rumour has it that a sequel to Starcraft is in the pipeline and could see a release in 2008. All together now, cross those fingers.
It's an RTS bonanza as the game lineup for the 2006 world championships is announced. Eight games, two of which are Xbox 360, make up the competition.