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YouTube has announced a new app and website dubbed YouTube Gaming, with the video streaming service apparently ready at last to take a more focused approach towards its abundant video ...
YouTube is finally looking to acquire some of the growing video game streaming pie, with the video service announcing the launch of 60 frames per second live streaming.
Popular puzzle game Threes was temporarily removed from the Google Play store yesterday because it listed one of its copycats in its search terms.
Google has broken European antitrust laws and as a result could be fined up to 10 per cent of its annual earnings, the European Commission has said.
The world’s biggest online video provider has set its set on the live streaming video market, with eSports to be a central thrust.
Google has prioritised the calling out of a rival over the digital security of its customers, Microsoft has claimed.
Google’s 2014 search data analysis has crowned cult smartphone hit Flappy Bird and the internet’s king of gaming in 2014.
The close relationship between Google’s advertising and search businesses must be broken, the European Parliament has ruled.
So web ads annoy you? Do they annoy you enough to make you cough up a subscription to use the internet?
Mozilla has struck a deal with Yahoo to make the latter Firefox’s default search engine on desktop and mobile.
Buzzfeed has delivered its advice on how marketers can succeed in a social world at London Games Conference this morning.
This year’s London Games Conference on November 19th will have a number of high profile speakers from around the games industry sharing their knowledge.
Three online giants have been added to the London Games Conference schedule.
A new search algorithm implemented by Google last week has seen the traffic on some major torrent sites more than halve.
A day ahead of the reveal of Apple’s latest iPad, Google has lifted the lid on its new smartphone the Nexus 6 and new tablet the Nexus 9.
Search giant Google has detailed its competitor to Amazon’s Fire TV with the announcement of its own Android set-top box.
A mobile port of 1987 JRPG release Dragon Quest II is available now on iOS and Android platforms.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt believes that Amazon is its biggest search competitor.
Mobile eSports platform Skillz has raised $6m in its latest round of fundraising, money the company will use to help drive a user acquisition initiative for its partners.
Google has detailed a new breed of Android phone that will be aimed at emerging economies.
Google has become the latest company to be targeted by the Federal Trade Commission regarding accidental microtransactions.
Ubisoft has altered the payment model for Assassin’s Creed: Pirates on iOS and Android.
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.