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Not a week after Amazon unveiled its Fire TV set-top box, it looks as though Google is set to launch its own device.
Kalypso Media has created a mobile publishing division.
Apple’s reputation as offering the most stable operating system around may not be accurate.
Plants vs Zombies 2 will receive its first major update this week on iOS, publisher EA has announced.
The Ouya team has announced a couple of initiatives that it hopes will bring relevance to the struggling console.
Flappy Bird will eventually see a return to mobile marketplaces, creator Dong Nguyen has confirmed.
The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red is working on a multiplatform mobile title to launch later this year, according to a new report.
Owners of Android and iOS devices are now able to compete against one another online.
The in-development Amazon games console isn’t a console at all, a new report has claimed.
Rovio has released the first gameplay footage for recently revealed turn-based RPG Angry Birds Epic.
Having become one of the most discussed games this month on iOS, Threes has now arrived on Android.
Top Gear: Race the Stig is due for release on iOS, Android and Windows Phone today.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to expand cross-platform functionality for its Xbox Live service onto iOS and Android platforms.
Microconsole maker Ouya is reportedly readying a new service that will allow gamers to play titles on the Ouya Store through other means than just the platform's hardware.
Activision's recently teased Tony Hawk project is being developed specifically for mobile platforms, according to Hawk himself.
What is likely to be the year’s biggest selling smartphone across the globe has been announced by Samsung.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has, following a prolonged period of rumours, revealed three Android-based smartphones.
There has been a sharp increase in the amount of malware hiding in apps on the Google Play Store, according to a new report.
UK despair specialists Radiohead have released what is described as “an experimental mobile game” on iOS and Android.
True to his word, developer Doug Nguyen has removed smartphone hit Flappy Bird from app stores.
The developer of hit mobile sensation Flappy Bird has said he will be removing the game from all app stores following intense scrutiny of the title.
The chances are that by now you've probably heard of Flappy Bird
Ouya has released an upgraded version of its Android-powered console, now available to purchase in North America.
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.
Expect any future consoles from Amazon, Google or Apple to feature EA games from the off.