Entries in 'google' (39)
Previous reports that Google was on the verge of buying Twitch were true, a new report has claimed.
Swing Copters is the new game from Dong Nguyen, but good luck finding it.
Support for the Android portion of PlayStation Mobile is to end, Sony has confirmed.
Google is finalizing a $1bn deal to acquire streaming video network Twitch, a new report claims.
Google has altered the way in which it displays free-to-play game listings on the Google Play store following pressure from the European Commission.
Global Google Play downloads exceeded iOS App Store downloads by around 60 per cent last quarter, according to a new report.
Nearly 85 per cent of the top 50 grossing apps on Apple's app store and Android's Google Play shop, a new study claims.
Google has confirmed plans to add native virtual reality support to its Chrome web browser.
It's a claim we've heard before, but the video below suggests that Nvidia has every right to boast.
Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus have a new virtual reality playmate – Google Cardboard.
Android microconsoles have been such a runaway success that you can see why so many companies are keen to enter the fray. Oh wait...
EA has released a companion app for multiplayer shooter Titanfall on both iOS and Android.
An app designed to allow folk to swap their physical games has gone live on the Google Play Marketplace.
Not a week after Amazon unveiled its Fire TV set-top box, it looks as though Google is set to launch its own device.
Apple’s reputation as offering the most stable operating system around may not be accurate.
UK shoppers can from today officially get their hands on the Google Chromecast.
Owners of Android and iOS devices are now able to compete against one another online.
Having become one of the most discussed games this month on iOS, Threes has now arrived on Android.
Google has hired on former staff members and purchased assets from the now defunct Green Throttle Games development studio.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to expand cross-platform functionality for its Xbox Live service onto iOS and Android platforms.
New game submissions containing the word ‘Flappy’ are reportedly being rejected by both Apple and Google.
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.
Google is rumoured to be readying the axe for its Nexus hardware line.
A game that saw players practicing plastic surgery on overweight patients has been removed from both the Apple and Google app stores.
PlayStation 4 was Google’s most-searched for gadget in the US this year.