Is Computer Gaming on Its Way Out? The Numbers Say PC Will Stay On Top

With the next-gen consoles out and mobile gaming becoming hotter, some have speculated that computers are on their way out the door. If you are a gamer looking to make it big as a pro, it is easy to say that the answer is a fairly big no. Computer gaming has a while to go (if ever) till it reaches its final days. Continue reading “Is Computer Gaming on Its Way Out? The Numbers Say PC Will Stay On Top”

How the Net Neutrality Ruling Could Affect Gamers

Big news in the technology sector has been about the court ruling about net neutrality and how FCC can regulate broadband providers. As it stands now according to the ruling, the FCC can’t regulate the way ISPs charge for their services and render content. Due to this, they could throttle certain activities and allow other activities full streaming. Cable providers that offer tv could offer their service full speed and serve Netflix at a slower rate, or charge Netflix for optimal streaming. Continue reading “How the Net Neutrality Ruling Could Affect Gamers”

Microsoft Congratulates Sony on PS4 Launch

Goodwill and sportsmanship, not trivial bitterness, is spreading between official Xbox and Sony camps following the launch of the Sony PlayStation 4. The official Twitter account for Xbox tweeted the image above to the PlayStation twitter. Xbox had this to say in its tweet:

Congrats @Playstation. From, #Xbox.

The praise and congratulations did not stop just at the official @Xbox channel, but continued on through other Xbox executives and team members. Phil Spencer, corporate vice president of Microsoft Studios also named the following Sony executives by name in a tweet:

  • Jack Tretton
  • Shuhei Yoshida
  • Adam Boyes

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