The Chinese version of the Xbox One is getting a price drop, but will it be enough to turn flagging sales around?
Sony's Playstation 4 launched in China today with a pleasant surprise that makes it the most appealing console Chinese gamers have had access to in a long, long time.
The BesTV subsidiary in charge of China's Xbox One didn't have a great 2014, financially speaking. And ecommerce numbers suggest its 2015 could be even worse.
Israeli startup Extreme Reality's tech has allowed the Chinese companies Xiaocong and Qihoo 360 to add motion gaming to their console without increasing the cost for consumers.
Finally, China's Xbox One gamers get the streaming TV services they were promised, and a little compensation for their troubles. Now what about the games?
Rumor has it Alibaba is planning to make a video game console for the Chinese market. That's an awful idea.
Another game console is coming to China's shores, but once again the actual games on offer don't look all that enticing.
Our guide on how and where to buy electronics like phones, cameras, computers, and games in Hong Kong.
China's less-than-smooth Xbox One launch may be over, but the road is still looking pretty bumpy.
After a brief delay, Microsoft’s Xbox One game console launched in China this week, becoming the first game console to be officially sold in the Middle Kingdom in over a decade. And according to Chine...
China's all-the-rage phone maker Xiaomi has just partnered with Ouya to get a dedicated channel on Xiaomi's smart TVs and set-top boxes.
This move comes after Microsoft’s announcement of the Xbox One hitting China this September. However, Sony has yet to reveal any launch dates.
Microsoft's Xbox One will be the first foreign game console to enter China since the country ended its 13-year-old ban on such video game devices.
The G20 will run on Aliyun OS, Alibaba's Linux-based smartphone OS. Along with the console, several peripherals like yoga blankets, an exercise bike, and more will be available.
Nintendo (TYO:7974) has finally faced up to the facts and admitted that its flagship Wii U console is a huge and embarrassing flop. Satoru Iwata, the president of the struggling game company, changed ...