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"We are implementing changes across the company to enhance our continued growth while smartly managing costs," the sports media giant said in a statement Tuesday.
Ever since George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney for $4 billion last year there has been much handwringing over the future of the " Star Wars " saga.
Right now, all we know for sure about the next chapter in the Star Wars film universe is that Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher are all returning and that JJ Abrams will be directing the film.
Dead Space and Army of Two studio Visceral Games appears to be working on an unannounced next-gen shooter for PS4 and the next Xbox.
After the Star Wars edition coffee machine Nestle Japan has announced a first of its kind coffee machine specially designed for the summers.
There are only four days until Microsoft's Xbox 720 unveiling. Plus E3 starts June 10 with more press conferences and console goodies on the way.
With no support from Electronic Arts, the Wii U just experienced its Dreamcast moment.
Swedish studio and Battlefield developer DICE is preparing to start work on the Star Wars franchise with a new branch recruiting in Los Angeles, its focus fixed upon the creation of tie-in titles.
Benedict Cumberbatch's "Star Trek Into Darkness" villain is so fearsome, the movie built much of its hype around learning the character's identity in the months leading up to its release.
With less than a week to go before we finally get concrete details on what the next Xbox will be, Alex, Tom and Stu take one last swing at what they want the console to do.
Lucas Arts and Disney must part ways in the video game department but they will go on in another kind of relationship: licensing.
My colleague Paul Tassi, reporting on EA's abandoning of the Online Pass system, first confirmed to VentureBeat , sees it as a progressive step intended to begin the healing in the aftermath of two "Worst Company of the Year" awards, and speculates on what might happen next: Completely DRM free games? Elimination of Origin and conversion to Steam? ... (more)
IBM is finally a really, really cool company of geeksa again!, Disney's Star Wars Games are a designers dream come true, Google Glass is incredibly awesome and possibly incredibly invasive, Multiverse News, and Mark Hamill writes his head off plus who's not coming back on Warehouse 13?? Whatcha think about that?? all of your recent favorite ... (more)
The writer of summer's "Star Trek Into Darkness" and "World War Z" reveals how Matthew Broderick inspired him to attend film school, why he has no plans to direct and the "Lost" question he tires of answering.
Kenny Baker doesn't know whether he will feature in the next instalment of Star Wars - reprising his role inside the lovable robot R2-D2. But the announcement that filming of the next movie will take place in England, returning the cult sci-fi series to its British roots, has left the 3ft 8in actor hopeful of being part of the biggest blockbuster ... (more)