Entries in 'smartphones' (68)
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that one big hit could still be enough to cause Wii U sales to rocket.
Spending on Candy Crush Saga is in decline.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has maintained his staunch support for Wii U, arguing that the machine’s best days are ahead of it, particularly in the West.
The calls for Nintendo to release its games on smartphone may seem relentless, but it seems like the platform holder has other plans. Polar opposite plans, in fact.
Disney has gone big on the charges for the in-app purchases in the smartphone spin-off game for Big Hero 6.
More than one million daily active users are playing new Finnish studio Seriously’s debut mobile game Best Fiends.
Around 300 staff are to be offered early retirement following plans to completely restructure Sega’s business.
Blackberry CEO John Chen has tried to argue that President Obama’s recent net neutrality rulings should have wider implications for the technology sector.
Publisher Chorus is bringing localised version of a number of titles to the Asian mobile market, including smartphone hit The Room.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road is now available to download via the Google Play Store.
The maker of smartphone hit Monument Valley has said that premium gaming lives on, despite the pressures of free-to-play and piracy.
The bloatware that ships pre-installed on phones could be about to get a whole lot worse.
Sales of Samsung’s smartphones have fallen to their lowest point in over three years, forcing the market leader to order a total revamp of its operations.
The controversy surrounding Apple’s allegedly bendy iPhone 6 Plus is unfounded due to the design of modern smartphones.
The PlayStation business may be buoyant, but significant struggles in the mobile sector are causing havoc with Sony’s financials.
The newly launched Amazon phone may be off to what can only be described as a very slow start, new numbers suggest.
Nintendo may finally be about to make its long-awaited jump onto iOS.
A Japanese news site claims that Nintendo management are locked in a dispute with president Satoru Iwata over his smartphone strategy.
27 million mobile phones and 12 million tablets will be sold in the UK this year - some five million devices fewer than 2013, predicts CCS Insight.
The era of portable consoles may be drawing to a close.
Amazon is getting into the smartphone market with its freshly revealed Fire Phone, the company announced this week.
UK casual games giant Mind Candy is working on a new game that isn't based on its smash hit Moshi Monsters IP.
GameStop plans to increase its focus on “gaming-adjacent” fields while phasing out its reliance on video games, CEO Paul Raines has announced.
Sony has announced that India will be among 12 countries to be included in the PlayStation Mobile Developer Program starting May.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has lofty expectations for the budding VR space, stating that he believes the technology will end up being bigger than the smartphone phenomenon.