Computer gaming could change the world
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Economist warns

A US economist has warned that computer gaming, marks a fundamental break in human affairs and is transforming culture and regulation.

China makes long gaming hours illegal
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At least for kids

China will forbid minors from gaming more than three hours most weeks of the year, imposing its strictest controls yet over entertainment for youths in a blow to the world's largest mobile gaming arena.

Activision Blizzard under fire
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Anti-discrimination case gets deeper and nastier

 California has expanded its anti-discrimination lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, adding temporary workers to the female full-time employees of whom it is suing on behalf.

Google considered buying Epic Games in 2018
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Wanted to silence monopoly claims

The Tame Apple Press has been looking through its back catalogue to dig up some dirt on the Google and Epic Games alliance which is causing it some considerable woe at the moment. What is interesting is that it has found some.

Aya Neo 2021 Pro handheld to cost $1,215
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Ryzen 7 APU and more storage space

Aya Neo has announced an updated version of its handheld console at the Chinajoy 2021 event, giving it a bit more performance with Ryzen 7 4800U APU and more storage space, as well as a slightly higher price tag.