Entries in 'smartphones' (22)
A version of DICE’s impressive Frostbite engine is being developed for mobile and tablet platforms.
62 per cent of the British population now own a smartphone and 29.3 per cent a tablet.
Forgive me for opening with an 'As a parent' introduction.
1993 release Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow and the Flame is being remade for tablets and smartphones, Ubisoft has announced.
Nvidia’s senior VP of content and technology has said that mobile devices will very shortly overtake the PS3 and Xbox 360 in terms of technological clout.
Nintendo’s Miiverse web and smartphone app for Wii U is inching closer to arrival.
The global success that is Angry Birds enjoyed a blockbuster Christmas.
Microsoft may be developing its own smartphone model free from its current partnerships with cellular providers.
Xbox and Windows platform holder Microsoft is to have another stab at competing with iTunes and Spotify in the digital music market.
Apple’s iPhone 4S has finished out of first in monthly smartphone sales for the first time since its launch eleven months ago.
The question, of course, is whether or not gamers still seek the kind of ‘rich’ handheld experience that portable games consoles offer.
The new Tech City games studio from GREE will be geared towards Western content and local social trends.
UK chancellor George Osborne will later today announce that mobile games giant GREE will open a UK studio in London
The first game from Activision's new Leeds, UK mobile studio is a revamp of classic owned IP Pitfall, not Call of Duty, the firm has told MCV.
In the eighth of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, Dominic Sacco investigates the dangers smartphones and tablets pose to the console market
Valve has launched its Steam service onto mobile devices in the form of a closed beta iPhone and Android app.
The rejuvenation of 3DS has proved wrong those who though the smartphone boom had destroyed the handheld market, Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said.
Samsung has become the largest manufacturer of smartphones on the planet.
The current iPhone and Android app models are not good enough for gaming, says SCEE chief Andrew House.
Games market analyst Colin Sebastian has claimed that Nintendo’s freshly confirmed 3DS could potentially threaten iPhone’s rise as a viable portable games machine