Google is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its $35 Chromecast dongle by giving new and existing owners a free 90-day subscription to Google Play Music All Access, the company's all-you-can-eat streaming music buffet. The promotion...
Perhaps the biggest bit of mobile gaming news to drop yesterday was Japanese newspaper Nikkei's report that Nintendo would soon offer an iOS app to market games for its WiiU and 3DS systems. Not only would the app feature information about upcoming games, but in some cases, it'd even offer demos. Alas, according to Engadget, that's all hogwash.
Love 'em or hate 'em, Rovio's Angry Birds are here to stay as the modern-day equivalent to classic video game legends like Pac-Man and Space Invaders -- but the latest iteration offers a whole new way to play.
As Agent 86 (aka Maxwell Smart) himself might have put it, "We missed it by that much!" Better late than never, Logitech has finally made official its long-rumored iOS 7 game controller, only a day after the competition got a jump on them.
Mobile gamers have been waiting (im)patiently for someone -- anyone! -- to release a game controller that taps into iOS 7, but the wait is finally over as the MOGA Ace Power lands in stores on Wednesday.
The Commodore Amiga hardware may be dead and gone, but its software lives on in the hearts and minds of an L.A. content distribution company who just acquired a library of more than 300 classic games from that era.
There's a new Deus Ex game in town, and judging from the explosive reactions throughout the internet, it's not the one many of you asked for. Following a teaser earlier in the week that sparked widespread conjecture among fans of the beloved series, Eidos Montreal announced today that Deus Ex: The Fall would be a mobile game for the iPhone, iPad, and other mobile devices that will launch sometime this summer.
As recently as 2011, people were predicting that social gaming giant Zynga was going to play a big hand in killing off gaming consoles and perhaps even traditional video games through its Facebook franchises. Considering that Zynga announced today that it's laying off 520 employees — that's 18 percent of its workforce — that no longer seems to be the case. As reported by AllThingsD, Zynga claims the layoffs herald a transition toward a focus on mobile games.
It's no secret that the makers of Angry Birds want to become bigger than Disney, and starting March 17, they'll have their first crack at doing just that by bringing their iconic mobile game to the cartoon world.