Nintendo says it won't allow players to engage in romantic activities with characters of the same sex in English editions of "Tomodachi Life." It said:" 'Tomodachi Life' was intended to be a whimsical and quirky game, and that we were absolutely not trying to provide social commentary."
Nintendo posted an earnings loss due to slow device sale, as smart phones and tablets continue to chip away at the legacy gaming industry. Regardless, the company remains optimistic due to upcoming 'Mario Kart' and 'Super Smash Bros' releases.
Angry Birds maker Rovio Entertainment is trying to get kids hooked on learning with a new early childhood program, called Angry Birds Playground, based on its home country's groundbreaking education system.
A new generation of handy entrepreneurs are laying the foundation for a hardware renaissance and attracting investors. The so-called "Maker movement" is sweeping northern California and, in a smaller way, Europe and other countries.
Video game company ZeniMax is claiming it owns at least some of the code that powers Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset. As Oculus was just bought by Facebook for $2 billion, the claim raises questions: opportunistic claims or murky legal waters?
In hopes of creating a bitcoin 'ecosystem,' two MIT students are spearheading a project to give all 4,500 MIT undergraduate students $100 in bitcoin and study how the cryptocurrency plays out on campus.
While private-sector cybersecurity flaws, such as the recent Microsoft Internet Explorer hack, dominate headlines, college-level cybersecurity competitions have become a major training and recruiting ground to supply the growing cybersecurity need.