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Two new handhelds will help you relive the golden age of gaming

Whether you’re an older gamer who remembers the Atari 2600 and Sega Genesis with great fondness or a doting grandparent who doesn’t remember exactly what the grandkids wanted (the Nintendo

Crunch Report | Disney’s Epic Star Wars Hotel

Disney plans to open an epic Star Wars hotel, new emoji are being released to the world, Amazon could be the latest to get into the meal delivery kit business and the latest Atari game console. All th

Here’s what Atari’s upcoming Ataribox console will look like

Retro consoles are the new next-gen consoles, and nothing’s more retro console than Atari . That’s why the teases from the gaming company about its upcoming ‘Ataribox’ have bee

A look back on the golden age of Atari gaming

This excerpt is from Jamie Lendino's Breakout: How Atari 8-Bit Computers Defined a Generation, an amazing book that details with an obsessive's eye the rise and fall of Atari 8-bit computers. In this

Stealthy gaming company Wonder is ready to tease its new mystery hardware

Wonder, the incredibly stealthy new gaming company, has quietly created a signup page for information and perks related to its plans for global domination of the gaming market from its Los Angeles hea

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 compan

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

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 t

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 b

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

RetroPie 3 Lets You Play Old Games On Your New Pi

The RetroPie project has always been one of the best things about the Raspberry Pi . This software suite turns your tiny, single-board computer into a retro gaming engine and has powered such exciting

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 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

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 entrepr

Google Commemorates The 37th Anniversary Of Atari’s Breakout With Image Search Easter Egg

If you're an old-school gaming nerd, then you might remember a little game released by Atari called Breakout. The idea was simple, just hit a ball around and break things. Don't let the ball get past

Atari Inc. Files For Ch. 11 To Separate From Troubled French Parent, And Sell Or Restructure Famous Gaming Assets

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.atari.com">Atari</a> -- the iconic company and that helped spearhead the videogames industry 40 years ago with titles like Pong, Asteroids and Centipede, as well as

Atari Revamps Breakout For Zynga Mobile Tie-Up: Launches Super Bunny Breakout iOS App, Android Next

Zynga and Atari have launched their first game together, under the Zynga Mobile Partner Program -- announced this summer. The program allows third party companies to tap into Zynga's network, while he

Lunar Lander In HTML5: Atari Teams Up With Microsoft To Bring 8 Classic Games To The Browser

Atari is turning 40 this year and with the help of Microsoft and the HTML5 specialists at <a target="_blank" href="http://gskinner.com/">gskinner.com</a>, it is now bringing <a target="_blank" href="h

Atari Is 40 Years Old And I Still Can’t Beat The Dragon In Adventure

It was 40 years ago yesterday that Atari's Nolan Bushnell taught the world to play. Bushnell, an engineer and game programmer, built and sold Atari in the late 1970s, ushering in the era of the video

Atari Looks To Reinvent Itself As A Mobile Games Company; Hires Former iWON/Marvel Exec As EVP

Founded in 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney, <a href="http://www.atari.com/">Atari</a> played a central role in the early history of video games, going on to create what are still some of the mos
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