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Nintendo 3DS XL Review: Does Bigger Make for Better 3D?

Nintendo has upgraded its current gen handheld, bringing you the 3DS XL, with a 90 percent larger display and improved battery life. Is it worth the upgrade?

Sony PlayStation Vita Vs. Nintendo 3DS: Mobile Game Consoles Go Head-to-Head

You may enjoy smartphone or tablet games but still long for something more. The Sony and Nintendo portable gaming consoles have a great deal to offer, but there are questions[...]

Sony PlayStation Vita Review: Taking Mobile Gaming to a New Level

The Sony PlayStation Vita is a very capable mobile gaming console, but it's more than that as well -- it boasts a web browser, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and even optional 3G[...]

Adobe Flash Player: Good Riddance

Android smartphone or tablet users can no longer install Adobe Flash Player. Adobe gave up on this software for a very good reason: it was terrible.

Sony Xperia Play Gaming Smartphone Won’t Be Getting Android OS 4.0 After All

Bad news for owners of Sony's gaming-oriented smartphone -- the company said today that the Xperia Play won't be getting the upgrade to the latest version of Android that the[...]

Horn for iOS Review: This Game Will Blow You Away

Horn is an ambitious game title for Apple iOS mobile devices. Does it really create a full-fledged gaming experience on the iPhone?

Two New Samsung Galaxy Player Models Offer Alternatives to Smartphones

Samsung has just launched the Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6, an Android-based handheld computer created for those who want all the features of a smartphone except the phone. This model has[...]

Smartphone Users Play Games Longer than Many Might Expect, according to Survey

A survey performed by MocoSpace of over 15,000 gamers resulted in some interesting figures concerning the world of mobile gaming. A majority of respondents are using their smartphones and tablets[...]

Top Five Best Mobile Gaming Picks For Students

Back to school means more work for you students, but when you need a break, there is a wealth of excellent mobile games out there just waiting for you to[...]

Amazon Appstore for Android Celebrates First Birthday With A Week-long Sale

Amazon Appstore for Android is celebrating its first birthday with a week of deals on some of its customers' favorite apps and games, including Fruit Ninja, Tetris, and Monopoly.

Apple’s iPhone 5 Could Sport a 4.6-inch Display

According to an unnamed industry source, Apple is looking to use a 4.6-inch display on the next generation iPhone. This would be a significant upgrade from the screen on this[...]

Midway Arcade Now Bringing Classic Games to iPhones

Remember the days of playing Joust and Defender in the arcades? Well the days of classic games in arcades are gone, but thanks to Midway, you can play these games[...]

Facebook App Store for iPhone and Android Debuts

Facebook users who like to play games on their smartphone can now access the Facebook App Center, which has now launched with more than 600 social apps.

Sony Opening Android PlayStation Suite to More Developers

Developers who want to create games for Sony PlayStation Suite will soon have access to the tools they need. This will allow them to create titles for smartphones and tablets[...]

HTC Smartphones May Soon Offer PlayStation Games

As new mobile devices are being made ready for an unveiling at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, HTC might be preparing news that will appeal for both the mobile[...]

Samsung Announces the Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2 Gaming Handheld

Today at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Samsung announced an addition to its line of gaming-oriented handhelds: the Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2.

Apple’s First iPod touch with 4-Inch Touchscreen Begins Shipping

Staying true to its vague "October" release promise, Apple has begun shipping the new iPod touch, with preorder customers receiving shipping notification emails for the 4-inch handheld.

MOGA Mobile Gaming System for Android Smartphones Available from T-Mobile

The MOGA gamepad for Android devices is available now from T-Mobile, offering users pocket-sized gaming controls, including dual thumbsticks and face buttons. Don't miss the video preview.

HTC Joins Sony’s PlayStation Certified Program for Mobile Gaming

Sony said this spring that it wants to bring additional smartphone makers into its PlayStation Certified program, and the first company to sign up is HTC.

Verizon Launches GameTanium Subscription Gaming Service

Verizon Wireless has launched GameTanium, an Android subscription gaming service that gives users unlimited access to a library of games for both smartphones and tablets.