Twitter Inc. was valued at about $9bn after early employees sold $80m in shares to a fund managed by BlackRock, three people with knowledge of the matter said.
Dominic Wheatley, CEO of Kuju, Jason Kingsley, owner of Rebellion, Dr Richard Wilson, Tiga's CEO and Darren Jobling co-owner and COO of Eutechnyx, discuss the EU referendum.
Hacktivist group Anonymous said Saturday it had hijacked the website of the US Sentencing Commission in a brazen act of cyber-revenge for the death of internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz.
Nothing lasts forever: if history has any lesson for us, it is this.
Boss Bob Iger responds to political pressure and US President’s gaming investigation.
2012’s best games compete in a variety of categories for the prestigious awards.
Game makers join forces to produce a new title in the turn-based RPG fanchise
Football fans push sports franchise to new highs, according to market watchers Chart-Track.
Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, has launched a fierce attack on the gender stereotypes that hold back women at work at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Despite good results overall, the gaming devices division saw sales slump.
Those of you with a Microsoft Windows Phone can now get in on the sandbox action.
Even before its release, the first expansion pack for co-op space shooter Destiny was attracting controversy. Now that it is available, the £20 add-on, called The Dark Below, is at the very centre of an ongoing debate about how publishers generate additional revenue from their games after release.
Google is closing Google News in Spain and removing Spanish media outlets from the service following a row with the country’s government over new legislation aimed at protecting local publishers that requires the search company to pay for using their content.