Category Archives: Gaming

Intel – Revenue and Profit increases, positive Outlook

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The PC market declined by almost 10% in 2013, this year we are looking at a much better year with the PC market expected to drop just under 3%. (Read our earlier article how tablets will overtake PCs). Intel says the worst times are over for the PC industry and looking at their latest financials they announced on Tuesday it

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Chinese mobile game publisher iDreamsky goes public


Chinese mobile game publisher iDreamsky is filing for a Nasdaq IPO. The company is looking to raise $115 million. The company has experienced tremendous growth, they now have close to 100 million active users. in 2012 iDreamsky generated just over $3 million in revenue, the following year it already up to $40 million. That impressive growth is set to continue as

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CE Week New York City – Highlights


The CE Week 2014 concluded this week after a recording-breaking show with more participating companies and the largest show floor in event history, making it the east coast’s largest technology event. CE Week is the consumer electronics industry’s top annual mid-year event, bringing together media, analysts and technology thought leaders for product launches, a dynamic conference program and networking events all focused

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OnLive and Wikipad Join Forces to Bring Big Games to Mobile Devices


Press Release: Wikipad, Inc., the leader in mobile gaming platforms, and OnLive(R), the leader in cloud gaming, have announced a partnership to bring full versions of AAA high-end PC games to Wikipad tablet and, in the near future, Wikipad’s Gamevice powered tablets. The OnLive Android app (available for download from the Google Play store) has been optimized for gameplay on

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Sony PlayStation 4 continues to beat Microsoft Xbox One Sales


According to research firm NPD Group Inc. the PlayStation4 continues to outsell the Xbox One in the U.S. for the fifth month running. Microsoft has started matching the PlayStation 4 price recently, dropping Xbox One from $499 to $399 however consumers still seem to prefer the Sony product. The video game industry continues to be big business and is experiencing

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