Azadea Group, a leading fashion and lifestyle retail company in the Middle East and North Africa with over 55 international brands in 15 countries, has launched a new brand UPlay, its first official gaming and electronics trade in store in the r
BenQ Middle East & Africa, a leader in consumer electronics, recorded 120 per cent growth in gaming monitor segment for the third quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year.
The significant growth is driven by incre
Organisers of Bahrain's largest gaming convention are gearing up for another edition later this month, boasting a roster of international stars.
Thousands are expected to attend the second IGN Convention at Bahrain Internation
Amazon.com snapped up live-streaming gaming network Twitch Interactive for about $970 million in cash, reflecting chief executive officer Jeff Bezos' resolve to transform Amazon into an Internet destination beyond its core retail operations.
Red Stallion Interactive (RSI), a publisher devoted to developing and distributing interactive entertainment across the Middle East North Africa (MENA), region has established offices and local servers in Qatar and Bahrain.
Asus, a leading computer hardware and electronics manufacturer, has launched a new gaming headset that provides users of smart devices, desktop and laptop computers with powerful audio.
Cerberus is built with large 60mm neodymium-
Comic, cosplay contests, gaming competitions and exhibitions led by professional gamers will be part of the IGN Convention, a leading comics festival, set to take place for the first time in Bahrain next month.
The IGN Convention
Ouya, a new gaming console for the television, is set to be released at a regional video game show, starting today.
The three-day Gaming Alliance Middle East (Games13) is being held at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in digital media, has expanded its Galaxy Tab 3 range with the introduction of the 3 8-inch and 10.1-inch versions offering new features and enhanced performance.
Offering an expanded range of
Scientists from a British cancer charity are teaming up with technology gurus from the likes of Amazon, Facebook and Google to design and develop a mobile game aimed at speeding the search for new cancer drugs.