Entries in 'smartphone' (34)
A smartphone with a 3D screen could be on the way from retailer-come-tech giant Amazon, according to online reports.
Despite the allure of self-publishing, smartphone game developers are flocking to big firms to help their games find an audience.
A new Flurry report reveals that a record-breaking 17.4m iOS and Android devices were activated worldwide on Christmas day.
ComScore data suggests that Samsung will soon bypass Apple to become the top choice smartphone brand in the UK.
A company that believes it has the answer to a console-less gaming future has announced the successful capture of $6m in series A funding.
The tide turning? Or an expected Apple lull as it transitions from the iPhone 4S to the iPhone 5?
The UK’s leading game retailer GAME has pushed live its new smartphone app on the Apple App Store and on Android’s Google Play.
Rockstar is to add to its Grand Theft Auto iOS library by releasing 10th Anniversary Edition of GTA Vice City.
Nokia and Microsoft may have grabbed the headlines yesterday with the new Lumia 920, but their time in the spotlight may be short-lived.
The handheld video games market is being killed off by the smartphone sector, metrics firm Flurry Analytics believes.
Not content with admitting for the first time that 3D “ain’t all dat”, Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has also confessed that smartphones and tablets HAVE changed the games industry.
For the first time ever, Android has accounted for over half of the overall smartphone sales in key global markets over a 12 week period.
The Smartphone & Tablet Games Summit London is a single day conference focused on the emerging smartphone and tablet games space.
Sony may not be the only platform holder to announce a streaming content strategy at E3 this week.
London media group Mind Candy has struck a deal that allows mobile giant Gree to co-develop and operate a smartphone edition of the Moshi monsters games.
Think the big money is in paid-for apps? Think again – the real money is in in-game purchases.
Steam users can now initiate downloads and manage their games through a web browser or mobile device.
Nokia’s first stab at reversing its torrid fortunes appears not to have taken off.
Crytek, the Frankfurt headquartered triple-A studio famous for its work on PC and console, has revealed its first dedicated smartphone title.
Around 3m customers have pre-ordered the upcoming Apple iPhone 4S in less than one week.
Club Penguin, the in-browser virtual world custom-made for children, has registered its 150 millionth user, owning company Disney has said.
There's a line of thinking which argues PlayStation Vita will struggle on the market due to its inability to compete with smartphone gaming's low price software model.
This must be regarded as the low point for Nokia as the company deals with plummeting legacy device sales before the new WinPho era begins.
European games rating body PEGI has released a Windows Phone 7 version of its smartphone app.
Zynga’s has made a significant extension into the smartphone games space by hiring key contributors of open-source mobile tools.