Entries in 'smartphone' (56)
Top Gear: Race the Stig is due for release on iOS, Android and Windows Phone today.
UK despair specialists Radiohead have released what is described as “an experimental mobile game” on iOS and Android.
The chances are that by now you've probably heard of Flappy Bird
Data from Futuresource Consulting Research has revealed tremendous growth in the smartphone market throughout 2013.
Nintendo plans to break away from gaming; Wii U price cut "not an option"; Smartphone service revealed
You’ve likely read dozens of different editorials this past month predicting what the future might bring for Nintendo.
Glu Mobile has released a RoboCop game on iOS that ties in to next month’s movie return for the Detroit law enforcer.
The online profile of a developer working on IO’s next-gen Hitman game claims the game has been cancelled.
The iOS and Android release for FIFA 14 has been downloaded over 26m times, EA has revealed.
The rumoured Doctor Who iOS game is real and is locked onto our spacetime coordinates.
Sony has admitted before that software pricing has been an issue for Vita, but today’s release of Angry Birds Trilogy suggests that the problem is far from solved.
Ever wished your smartphone screen was less flat? Then rejoice, as Samsung’s latest smartphone gimmick will likely be of huge appeal.
PS4’s smartphone companion app will offer a host of extra functionality for owners of the console.
A DualShock controller is not needed to play the entirety of upcoming PS3 exclusive Beyond: Two Souls.
Over 133 new studios opened within the UK in the last 18 months. 80 per cent of these are working on games for Apple’s iOS platform, and over 70 for ...
The console and mobile games markets are very different beasts. But that isn’t stopping the industry’s biggest publishers bringing their blockbusters to the small screen.
The latest official Doctor Who Consumer Panel contains a few questions about a proposed Puzzle & Dragons style smartphone game.
A new free-to-play title from Codemasters has been released on iTunes.
And to think you thought the movie game tie-in as dead!
Activision has, quite unexpectedly, released its first ever ‘proper’ Call of Duty game for mobile devices.
Sony's president of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed an interesting bit of functionality for PS4.
Six million Britons play smartphone games every day according to new research from ComScore.
The visual fidelity of tablet and mobile gaming is going to increase far more rapidly than is being seen in the traditional games space.
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.