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.
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 enjoy. Here are some of our favorite picks.
Apple's iPod touch is essentially an iPhone without the phone, and as such the two devices are generally quite similar. That's why it's not surprising that the next iPod touch will reportedly be getting a larger display, just like the next iPhone.
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.
ZTE sent out a tweet earlier this morning teasing a gaming smartphone that's set to be released next week.
Months after being unveiled at CES 2012, AT&T is announcing that it will release the Sony Xperia Ion 4G LTE smartphone on June 24. This will have some high-end features but a mid-range price.
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 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.
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 company promised earlier.
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 to consider when choosing the right one.
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 a 3.6-inch display, while a slightly larger version will come out next month.
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 to play games for at least an hour a day, at home and when on the go.
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