The latest news on games
More educators are using online games to supplement teaching, and are seeing positive results.
Students who used Lumosity games for more than nine hours improved almost twice as much as others.
In honor of International Games Day, explore these unique ways to fund your college education.
FarmVille players can rack up virtual cash for their farms by making purchases in the real world.
From simulating cities to recreating Civil War era characters, games are becoming classroom fixtures.
Hackers ask the U.S. Copyright Office for the right to modify powerful video game consoles.
Study finds spouses fight over the habit, but couples who game together, stay together.
The NEA Foundation challenges educators to teach with electronic games.
Social health games include racing against virtual partners and challenging friends to fitness tasks.