Google reveals its most popular search terms of 2016, with Niantic’s hugely successful mobile title Pokemon GO topping the list of the most searched terms worldwide.
Gaming industry research firm SuperData lowers its 2016 sales expectations for Sony’s PlayStation VR headset from 2.6 million units sold to less than 750,000.
Fans begin to speculate just how involved Nintendo will be with Google’s newest product as its reveal countdown makes a cheeky reference to The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
Niantic CTO Phil Keslin discusses the company’s appreciation for Google’s support during Pokemon GO’s surge in popularity and how the teams handled server outages.
A Pokemon GO player discovers a huge security risk for Apple users who sign into the app through their Google account, which allows the app access to all Google account services.
Developer Niantic Labs officially begins the initial launch of field tests in Japan for its forthcoming augmented reality release known as Pokemon GO.
One editor talks about major concerns he has for the mobile game Pokemon GO – based on the footage and information about the title that has found its way onto the web thus far.
A flood of new details arrive on the highly anticipated mobile game Pokemon GO, including information on catching Pokemon, evolving them, and challenging gyms.
An upcoming 30-minute Pokemon GO presentation that was to take place at the Game Developers Conference has been cancelled, so far without explanation.
A report published by The Financial Times suggests that Google is launching a more advanced virtual reality headset later this year, to compete with Gear VR.
Google announces the top searched games in 2015, with big budget releases like Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Fallout 4, Mortal Kombat X, and more joined by smaller games.
With world on the brink of the general release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Google releases a game that turns the player’s phone into a lightsaber.
Let’s Player and YouTube juggernaut PewDiePie is set to star in a new reality show on the newly-announced YouTube Red subscription service, starting next year.
YouTube announces a new subscription-based service called YouTube Red that will let users browse videos ad-free, and download videos for offline use at $9.99 per month.
Nintendo, The Pokemon Company and Google pour an estimated $30 million combined into Niantic Labs, the developer currently working on the highly anticipated Pokemon GO.
YouTube Gaming’s copyright policy comes under fire after it emerges that Content ID can result in broadcasts being taken off air, instead of just affecting archived videos.
Shots fired! Google and YouTube announce YouTube Gaming, a video game livestreaming video service that’ll compete directly with Twitch, streaming’s current king.