Will launch alongside 3rd Gen Threadripper.
AMD's most powerful APU gets an upgrade.
Still reports a major loss, though.
Offers Ryzen, Vega launch schedule.
Square-Enix has reported quarterly losses that are dramatically reduced from the same period last year.
Sony has responded to repeated demands from publishers for a price cut, directly responding to threats from Activision CEO Bobby Kotick.
The Japanese technology sector has been hit by massive losses reported by companies including Panasonic, HItachi, and Sanyo.
Nvidia posts a loss for the first quarter of fiscal 2010, but says that GPGPU computing and Tegra will help to see Nvidia through the future.
THQ has posted a a loss of more than 430 million dollars, saved only by the solid performance of a few titles.
Electronic Arts has posted a net loss of more than USD 1.1 billion after a slow financial year.
Describes economic climate as the toughest in the company's history, and puts some of the losses down to the popularity of netbooks.
Toshiba has posted the largest net loss in the history of the company - and plans to shed 3,900 contract workers from its Japanese facilities to cut costs.
THQ has been forced to make studio closures after posting a huge amount of money last quarter.
Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said that GPU shipments were down 20 percent in Q2 because of the economic slowdown.
After a financial breakdown of Sony's recently revealed profits it looks like Sony may be making a loss of $260 on each PS3 sold. Feel worse for those that won't sell though.
UPDATE: AMD's Chief Technology Officer, Phil Hester, has stepped down according to a report on MarketWatch.
Midway, which lost $78 million in 2006, has announced escalating losses for last year, but remains hopeful for the future.
Nintendo has released new figures, estimating a loss of $975 million in potential sales last year due to piracy.
Atari isn't doing so well lately and analysts have suggested that the company would do best to stop publishing games altogether.
After a string of publishers have recently announced major losses this year, Joe Martin examines how such a thing is possible when so many great games are coming out and what it might mean for the gaming outlook next year...
The Xbox division of Microsoft has announced that it lost $1.9 billion this year alone, thanks mainly to extended warranties.
Over the past couple of days, both AMD and Intel have reported their second quarter earnings.
AMD has had a pretty heavy time over the last year and has found itself under increasing financial strain after its share price dropped almost 60 percent last year.
A rather brilliant story about one man's quest to lose weight purely through playing Wii Sports. Check out his results inside.
Microsoft is losing out on $125 per console with the Xbox 360, according to analysts. How much can the Redmond giant afford to keep losing?
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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