In the wake of the Florida school shooting, President Donald Trump is reviving an old debate over whether violent video games can trigger violent behavior. There's just one problem: Roughly two decades of research has repeatedly failed to uncover any…
By Mae Anderson, Associated Press
It may come as a surprise, but a recent report shows that some two-thirds of parents play video games with their children at least once a week.
By Michael Boulter
The gaming world put its best and brightest new offerings on display at E3 last week, but eleven video game publishers remain under pressure from the Screen Actors Guild. Here's why.
By Andrew Wagner
Music and media conference South by Southwest has reversed its decision to cancel two panels related to online gaming and added an all-day summit on online harassment after widespread criticism.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins and Corinne Segal
By PBS NewsHour
Video games are still largely aimed at a male audiences, which is no surprise since women make up a small portion of game designers and programmers. But that doesn't mean that girls aren't interested in playing and creating. Girls-only computer…
By Justin Scuiletti
Satoru Iwata, president and CEO of video game giant Nintendo, died on Saturday at the age of 55 from a bile duct growth, the company announced on Sunday.
By Corinne Segal
Today marks 35 years since Pac-Man debuted at a movie theater in the Shibuya area of Tokyo. Since then, the game has become one of the most popular of all time, producing more than eight other versions, a television series and…
By PBS NewsHour
Tom Clarke of Independent Television News reports on how an artificial intelligence business owned by Google has created software that can teaching itself to play classic Atari games better than a human.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
A new artificial intelligence program from Google DeepMind has taught itself how to play classic Atari 2600 games. And it can probably beat your high score.
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