Articles By Yannick LeJacq
Linkin Park frontman and rapper Mike Shinoda will be scoring the soundtrack for EA's upcoming military shooter "Medal of Honor: Warfighter," continuing a relationship with the publisher that began with 2010's "Medal of Honor.
The number of current "World of Warcraft" subscribers fell to 9.1 million since May, according to a financial report released by Activision Blizzard today. The news comes just months after botched launch of "Diablo III," putting more pressure on the "Mists of Pandaria" to help breathe new life in Blizzard's struggling franchises.
Facebook launched a new and improved version of the company Facebook Stories section on Thursday. Featuring both original and curated editorial and artistic content, the company says that the new site is intended to be "a place where we could celebrate great stories.
Dan Aykroyd released new details about the heavily-rumored "Ghostbusters 3" on Thursday, confirming that Bill Murray is definitely not involved with the work but saying that production may finally begin in 2013 on a script revised by a new writing team.
Sony reported far greater losses than the struggling company initially expected in its latest quarterly report. Still mired in the process of restructuring the company, how will Kazuo Hirai still carry through his vision for "One Sony?"
Pundit and former politician Sarah Palin waded into the culture wars over Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy's recent comments concerning gay marriage, telling Fox News that the protest against the restaurant chain "has a chilling effect on our First Amendment rights.
Rapper and hip hop mogul Jay-Z will be serving as an executive producer for the upcoming basketball videogame "NBA 2K13," the game's developer announced in a press release on Wednesday. What exactly that means remains unclear.
Zynga is planning a dramatic internal restructuring following last week's poor financial performance that includes stripping the current COO of his product oversight responsibilities, according to sources within the company.
Following a short-lived suspension of British journalist Guy Adams from Twitter, the social media company and its partner that was the target of Adams' first attacks, NBC, have both apologized for the incident and attempted to explain their intentions.
The 22-year old actress and former star of "Harry Potter" finally commented on feverish online rumors about her allegedly being cast for the role of Anastasia Steele in the upcoming film adaption of "50 Shades of Grey.