In Japan, they play Monster Hunter everywhere. You’ll see groups of people in parks and cafes, or on packed commuter trains, handheld consoles clutched in their fists, battling creatures together.
Google is introducing a new age-rating system for Android apps and games on its Google Play store, while also revealing a new policy of reviewing apps before they are published on the store.
LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter are megaphones for building your personal brand, helping you make powerful connections in seconds.
Bethesda release a new trailer for the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited update.
Warner Bros Interactive, TT Games and Lego release details and trailer for Lego: Jurassic World.
Despite being blocked by Twitter from accessing its social graph, the founder of live-streaming service Meerkat, Ben Rubin, says he has no hard feelings towards the social network, and plans to forge ahead with or without them, calling the lockdown “just a speed bump”.
Samsung has hinted at further enterprise partnerships with BlackBerry as the South Korean electronics giant looks to strengthen its business appeal.
Xbox 360 owners can pick up their second free game of the month, courtesy of the Xbox Games with Gold program.
It is standing room only in court 602 of the superior court of San Francisco, the hallways are blocked by television news crews and satellite TV trucks line the sunny streets outside.
Deep in the heart of Imperial College, London, a computer is learning how to play Pac-Man. Like many humans, it struggles to get the hang of the classic 1980s video game at first.
Adblocking companies acting as a “modern-day protection racket” have been slammed by culture secretary John Whittingdale, who offered government support to those such as newspaper websites hit by the technology.