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The new rules are a ramping up of 2019 restrictions that limited children to 90 minutes of gaming most weekdays.
The in-game tribute to King had users both confused and upset, with some arguing it isn't the way the Nobel Peace Prize recipient would want to be remembered.
The industry has equaled all the revenue U.S. casinos took in during 2020 amid shutdowns and health protocols, according to a report.
"'Funko Pop! Blitz' is the ultimate pop culture mashup game."
With an abysmal launch lineup and numerous caveats, Google Stadia feels more like a promising beta than a full video game platform rollout.
Samsung's latest flagship puts a gaming powerhouse in your pocket, but those top-tier specs come at a top-tier price.
The Netflix phenomenon goes deeper into the 1980s with new, retro game.
Pokémon Go opens a new conversation for how we are to protect our digital right to privacy.
The former Secretary of Defense built a Winston Churchill tribute and solitaire app.
"Candy Crush," while still globally popular, has been on the decline in the past two years.
Mark Zuckerberg was asked in a town hall-style Q&A in India on how to stop Candy Crush notifications.