Atari

  • The creator of Atari has launched a new VR company called Modal VR

    The creator of Atari has launched a new VR company called Modal VR

    So Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, is launching a new virtual reality company called Modal VR, along with Jason Crawford (who invented the Modal tech and serves as the company’s chief executive) and that’s super cool. But (more importantly to me) I played human Pong in virtual reality at the Machinima studios using Modal’s gear and that was… Read More

  • Atari is embracing the Internet of Things with new smart home devices

    Atari is embracing the Internet of Things with new smart home devices

    Admittedly, Atari isn’t the entertainment powerhouse it once was. The company has spent the last few years digging attempting to reinvent itself after declaring bankruptcy in 2013, focusing largely on mobile gaming plays and casino deals. Now the one-time gaming juggernaut is lending its legendary name to a line of connected home devices. It’s not exactly a new console, sadly… Read More

  • Retro gaming fans rejoice: Atari Vault is on Steam with 100 games

    Retro gaming fans rejoice: Atari Vault is on Steam with 100 games

    Longing for the days of the sticky floored arcades of your youth and long nights spent with the the Atari 2600, but can’t be bothered to dig through your mum’s basement to find all the bits and bobs to throw yourself into a retro-gaming binge? Aren’t you in some industrial-strength luck. Available starting today on Steam, Atari Vault gives you 100 retro games to while away… Read More

  • The History Of Gaming: An Evolving Community Crunch Network

    The History Of Gaming: An Evolving Community

    Since its commercial birth in the 1950s as a technological oddity at a science fair, gaming has blossomed into one of the most profitable entertainment industries in the world. The mobile technology boom in recent years has revolutionized the industry and opened the doors to a new generation of gamers. Indeed, gaming has become so integrated with modern popular culture that now even grandmas… Read More

  • The Atari GUI OS Brings Point And Click Goodness To An Old Platform

    The Atari GUI OS Brings Point And Click Goodness To An Old Platform

    If you were born in the 1970s and early 1980s I need you to summon your 10-year-old self to the computer. Go ahead. I’ll wait. All here? Cool. Welcome to the future. So hey guys I know you have some River Raid to play today but I need to show you something cool. So check this out. Go ahead. Move that mouse thing next to the computer. Oh, you guys back there have to use the rectangle on… Read More

  • StartSLC Kicks Off To Support A Burgeoning Utah Tech Culture

    StartSLC Kicks Off To Support A Burgeoning Utah Tech Culture

    A crowd of tech enthusiasts sat warm inside the grand hall of an old train station this last Saturday night, on the west end of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. They braved the otherwise chilly evening, the traffic and eschewed several other events like the star-studded Sundance to hear the next startup pitch at the state’s biggest ever technology event, StartSLC. An estimated 4,000… Read More

  • The Next Generation Of Atari

    The Next Generation Of Atari

    Atari is back. Again. After the crash of Nolan Bushnell’s empire in the early ’80s, several ventures attempted to resurrect the iconic brand. Atari Interactive is the latest, emerging from chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this year, and is now ready to make a splash in the mobile market with a renewed focus in established verticals. Read More

  • Build A Company That Attracts The Next Steve Jobs

    Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 45-city community in 20-countries, uniting the global startup world together through educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs. On Steve Jobs’ first day at Atari in 1973, he walked into the founder/CEO Nolan Bushnell’s office unannounced. “I think you have a really awesome company. I think… Read More

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