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A number of high-profile backers have put their names to a new startup that intends to deliver a $99 Android-based console.
Sony may not be the only platform holder to announce a streaming content strategy at E3 this week.
Google’s Android marketplace has surpassed 15bn app downloads since its launch in October of 2008.
Think the big money is in paid-for apps? Think again – the real money is in in-game purchases.
Angry Birds Space has surpassed 50m downloads in just over a month of availability.
Rockstar has announced a slight delay for the Android version of Max Payne Mobile.
The mobile version of Mojang’s indie hit Minecraft has received a significant update for iOS and Android devices.
Sports Interactive has said that the piracy levels it has experienced with the Android version of Football Manager Handheld “are the worst” it’s ever seen.
Developer Sports Interactive and publisher Sega have announced a new version of Football Manager Handheld for Android.
OMGPOP, developer of the popular and addictive Pictionary style app Draw Something, has been acquired by Zynga.
Google has extended the maximum size limit for Android apps up 8,000 per cent from 50mb to 4gb.
A new consolidated media hub called Google Play has replaced the search engine giant’s Android Marketplace service.
Crytek, the Frankfurt headquartered triple-A studio famous for its work on PC and console, has revealed its first dedicated smartphone title.
Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition on iOS and Android generated the bulk of $26m in digital revenues for Take-Two in its fiscal Q3.
Valve has launched its Steam service onto mobile devices in the form of a closed beta iPhone and Android app.
Microsoft has launched the Dance Central 2 Dance Cam app which lets users appear in customisable music videos.
Popular online puzzle game KooZac will be released for iOS and Android devices this quarter by Square Enix.
Electronics giant Sony has shaved $100 from the price of its iPad-rivalling Tablet S in the US.
Research from Flurry confirmed that Christmas 2011 was dominated by smartphones and tablets, with the result that 242m apps were downloaded on the big day and 1.2bn across the holiday ...
More than 10 billion apps have been downloaded through Google's Android marketplace to date.
As hinted at yesterday, ‘80s British games icon Dizzy is set to return.
Mobile analytics firm Flurry says iOS and Android games now generate more revenue than all of Nintendo and Sony’s portable games combined.
Apple’s visionary co-founder Steve Jobs swore he would spend all of his company’s $40 billion to annihilate Google’s rival smartphone operating system.