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The Semiconductor Industry Association has released figures which show year-on-year growth in November of last year - hopefully signalling the end of the recession.
Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.
Following a number of whispers at Computex, we have learned that Dell is to close its XPS Gaming brand soon.
FileFront, one of the most popular download sites for PC games, will close down on March 30th.
Disgruntled factory workers in France are apparently holding the president of Sony France hostage in response to redundancies.
It's been revealed that publisher-in-trouble Midway may be trying to get rid of the Mortal Kombat franchise in an effort to stay afloat.
Electronic Arts honcho John Riccitiello has said that the current recession can only be a good thing for gamers.
Nintendo has issued a press release, taking credit for the growth of the US console industry - despite falling sales.
Sega has announced plans to cancel a number of games in development, close more than a hundred arcades and lay off approximately 18 percent of its workforce.
Demand for Nvidia GPUs dried up in the fourth quarter, as the company's revenue dropped by a staggering 60 percent.
EA is rumoured to have shut down the Brisbane office of Pandemic Studios, which the company bought alongside BioWare in 2007.
Sony is expected to reveal that it has posted a loss for the first time in over 14 years - one of around $1 billion USD.
Gizmondo, the ill fated mobile gaming platform, has missed a 2008 relaunch thanks to economic conditions.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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