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Imangi Studios caught us off guard with the out-of-nowhere launch of Temple Run 2 on iOS, but what's the word on the Android version?
The Android console sector just got serious with the announcement of a new competitor from PC component juggernaut Nvidia.
Android console newcomer GameStick is off to a flying start after hitting its Kickstarter funding target on just its second day.
The global success that is Angry Birds enjoyed a blockbuster Christmas.
A new Flurry report reveals that a record-breaking 17.4m iOS and Android devices were activated worldwide on Christmas day.
Casual games firm PlayJam has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new console that plugs directly into a TV’s HDMI slot.
ComScore data suggests that Samsung will soon bypass Apple to become the top choice smartphone brand in the UK.
Games Radar opens up shop down under this week, while THQ staff resurface at Bluemouth and Android overtakes Apple.
With the Kickstarted Ouya now very much on the way, you might think that the Android Console market was all sewn up.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel suggests that the launch of the iPhone 5 has propelled iOS back into the leading position in the US handheld market.
The number of apps created for iOS has passed one million, says social app discoverability company Appsfire.
The iOS version of Microsoft’s Smartglass is now available to download on the Apple App Store.
One of Apple’s key smartphone marketing advantages has neutralised.
Cult ultra-violent PC indie hit Hotline Miami could be on its way to a release on PS3 and PlayStation Vita.
The UK’s leading game retailer GAME has pushed live its new smartphone app on the Apple App Store and on Android’s Google Play.
Rockstar is to add to its Grand Theft Auto iOS library by releasing 10th Anniversary Edition of GTA Vice City.
Super Hexagon and VVVVVV creator Terry Cavanagh has released his indie classic Don’t Look Back on iOS and Android.
Google has announced Android’s Google Play store has surpassed 25bn downloads.
Terry Cavanagh, much to his surprise, appears to have a hit on his hands with Super Hexagon.
Nokia and Microsoft may have grabbed the headlines yesterday with the new Lumia 920, but their time in the spotlight may be short-lived.
Mobile developer Perblue has revealed staggering financial figures for their free-to-play MMO Parallel Kingdom, also declaring that Android is currently outpacing iOS in nearly every way.
Temple Run has surpassed 100m downloads on iOS and Android just one year following its debut on the App Store.
Madfinger has announced a price removal for its mobile title Dead Trigger, due to what the developer describes as ‘unbelievably high’ piracy rates on Android devices.
It’s only $45,000 off the magic $5,000,000 mark, but the questions hanging over the Ouya console project are only getting bigger.
A couple of new titles featuring comic superheroes make their way to mobile devices this month.