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Atari co-founder: mobile games make me want to throw my phone – The Guardian

Posted on April 28, 2016 Filed Under Atari In The News


The Guardian

Atari co-founder: mobile games make me want to throw my phone
The Guardian
He is Nolan Bushnell, co-founder of Atari, and the entrepreneur who commissioned Pong, kickstarting the global games business. Often referred to as the godfather of video games (a phrase he dislikes), he is just about to make his debut in mobile game ...
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Children of Pong: The Forgotten Early Atari Consoles – PC Magazine

Posted on April 28, 2016 Filed Under Atari In The News


PC Magazine

Children of Pong: The Forgotten Early Atari Consoles
PC Magazine
When it comes to home Atari game consoles, many people know and treasure the Atari 2600—and a few may even remember home Pong. But between the launches of those two pioneering gadgets, Atari created several interesting dedicated video game ...

Elon Musk launches ‘gym’ to train AI with Atari games – Wired.co.uk

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Wired.co.uk

Elon Musk launches 'gym' to train AI with Atari games
Wired.co.uk
OpenAI, Elon Musk's artificial intelligence company, has created a 'gym' to let developers train their AI systems on games and challenges. The open source code, which is available now, provides "environments" in which developers can test their AIs.
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Atari founder Bushnell jumps into mobile with Spil Games – CNBC

Posted on April 28, 2016 Filed Under Atari In The News


Atari founder Bushnell jumps into mobile with Spil Games
CNBC
Forty years after Atari founder Nolan Bushnell tapped Steve Jobs to create arcade game "Breakout," a mobile games publisher is returning the favor. Bushnell is collaborating with Spil Games, a publisher located near Amsterdam, to create five to eight ...

Atari founder Nolan Bushnell teams up with Spil Games to make mobile games – VentureBeat

Posted on April 28, 2016 Filed Under Atari In The News


VentureBeat

Atari founder Nolan Bushnell teams up with Spil Games to make mobile games
VentureBeat
Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and the father of modern video games, just can't get enough of gaming. So he has teamed up with Netherlands-based publisher Spil Games to publish a series of mobile games. Bushnell is 73 years old, but he is still ...