Entries in 'google' (119)
It may come as no surprise that core games and Q4 blockbusters were among the most common search terms of the year when it comes to gaming.
Video must be at the heart of publishers’ modern marketing strategy, says Google.
LG and OnLive have announced a partnership that sees the cloud gaming service pre-installed on all LG Smart TVs in its G2 series.
One of Apple’s key smartphone marketing advantages has neutralised.
Steve Jobs had Antennagate. Now Tim Cook has iOS Mapgate.
Google has announced Android’s Google Play store has surpassed 25bn downloads.
The money spent on games may be dwindling, but the time spent researching them certainly is not.
A seven-inch Google tablet with Vita-like physical controls that costs less than a Nexus 7?
You could win an Apple TV worth £99.
The man behind Xbox will be amongst the headline acts at this year’s Edinburgh Interactive Festival.
Apple with this October launch an iPad Mini to rival Google’s new Nexus 7, a US analyst has predicted.
Google has finally gone live with details about its first official tablet PC – the Nexus 7.
The lucrative tablet PC market will welcome another high-profile competitor later this week – Google.
Having launched three and a half years ago, Google’s Chrome web browser has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for the first time to become the world’s most popular browser.
Google’s Android marketplace has surpassed 15bn app downloads since its launch in October of 2008.
The worlds of TV, games, internet and advertising are coming together for a new series of events.
Ubisoft has announced plans to port From Dust to Google’s free web browser Chrome.
Google has extended the maximum size limit for Android apps up 8,000 per cent from 50mb to 4gb.
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.
Some of the biggest technology companies in the world have today thrown their weight behind a renewed campaign to bring computer science back into UK schools.
Google has removed a popular software emulator that allows Android users to play illegal copies of SNES games on their handsets from the Android Marketplace.
An engineer for internet and tech giant Google has mistakenly made public a rant concerning Google’s own social network that was intended only for employees of the firm.
Google has opened up the internet giant's social platform Google+ to the open public after three months of 'field trial' testing.