Falling further behind Android and Apple with its BlackBerry phones, while also struggling with its new PlayBook tablet, RIM has acquired Scoreloop in hopes of picking up enough skills in social gaming and in-app purchasing to catch its rivals.
The device formerly known as the PlayStation NGP received an official name at E3, where Sony announced the next-generation PSP will be known as the "PlayStation Vita". In addition, the device will support both Wi-Fi and 3G, which will be exclusive to AT&T.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 still faces a long catch-up game against the Android OS and Apple's iOS, but a future update code-named "Mango" with 500 new features now gives Microsoft a real chance of eventually capturing the most customers. Here are ten reasons why.
Verizon Wireless simultaneously released four major smartphone on its network today -- the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, the LG Revolution, the HTC Trophy, and the Motorola Droid X2 -- giving users a wide variety of choices.
Verizon has just announced the release date and price for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, a Android smartphone that will also be a portable gaming console. The games that will come pre-installed on this device have also been announced.
When Samsung delivered the world premier of its 5-inch Galaxy Player and the U.S. debut of a 4-inch counterpart, Jacqueline Emigh was there for a first-hand look at how these two Android OS-based "tweener" devices might fit into Samsung's growing family of Galaxy gadgetry.
The Samsung Galaxy Player debuted in Asia this winter, and now a slightly larger version of this gaming-oriented handheld has been announced. Both the 4-inch and 5-inch models are headed for release in the U.S.
Japan may have already been blessed with the release of the Nintendo 3DS, but for those of us stateside, we still have to rely on little tastes of the device, like what Nintendo was offering at PAX East.
Puzzle Agent 2 is on its way, scheduled for a spring or summer release on the iPhone, iPad, PC, and Mac, featuring puzzles that are perfect for the touch interfaces found on the iPhone and iPad.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play is an Android OS smartphone that will feature a set of dedicated gaming controls and the ability to play PlayStation games. Dragan Petric brings us this preliminary review.
The long-anticipated PlayStation phone is now official. Dubbed the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play, this Android OS smartphone is going to feature a set of dedicated gaming controls. It is going to be released in the U.S. this spring.
Apparently Google is not satisfied with the way things are going with its Android Market, and it's looking to fix that, starting with the way apps are purchased. It is hoping to make it easier for people to find and buy software.
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