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 company's current smartphone.
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.
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 that have been PlayStation certified.
Intel announced yesterday from GDC 2012 that it would be releasing GPA 2012, an updated version of its developer tool suite meant to help with performance optimization, to the public.
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.
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 and more right on your iPhone!
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 community and the gaming one.
With the Super Bowl this Sunday, EA has reduced the price of its Madden NFL 12 app to $1, down from the usual $5. This deal is good on both the iPhone and Android versions.
Rockstar is celebrating its transition into open world 3D gaming by releasing a mobile version of its acclaimed Grand Theft Auto game.
OnLive, the cloud gaming company, has launched a free app that brings gamers access to top-tier console games on their Android smartphones and tablets over a Wi-Fi or 4G LTE connection. An iOS version is also expected soon.
Microsoft has released a free Xbox Live app for the iOS platform, bringing the interactive game center to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.
While doing your holiday shopping this year, take a look at some fun and/or practical camera accessories, docking stations, chargers, and other iPhone add-ons, each priced $15 to $130. Read on for product details.
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