Smartphones are now everywhere, permeating all levels of society. People have seen the light, and are no longer satisfied with simple communications. Instead, smartphones with larger screens, fast internet access and a range of apps and supporting technologies have swept across the world, and continue to find growing markets in both developing and emerging territories. […]
How many days left before Christmas? Who cares? We’re helping spread the Christmas cheer NOW by giving away TWO HALE Dreamer Alarm Clock Speaker Dock for Android, courtesy of the generous people at HALE. The HALE Dreamer Alarm Clock Speaker Dock for Android is actually the result of a successful Kickstarter Project, and we’ve featured […]
Riding on the coattails of Ouya’s success story, a new competitor for Android-powered television gaming has popped up on Kickstarter. It’s called GameStick, and it’s an entire console crammed into a USB thumb drive.
iOS and Android can’t lay claim to very many AAA games, but this one definitely qualifies. Horn is from the creator of The Dark Meadow, and it looks spectacular.
The Ouya news just keeps rolling in. The $99 Android-based TV console just landed another launch partner and title, in Square Enix’s Final Fantasy III.
A fully-functional $99 video game console for TVs. All free-to-play games. “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” is the rule. But Ouya might be the exception.
Hey guys, here’s an awesome Kickstarter project that can really use your help. If you are never seen without your Android device in hand, if you are a staple at your favorite Android forum, and if you like gaming on Android, you ought to give ROBOTA: Vengeance a look. Forget scouring the web for free […]
Yep, you read that right. Apple has changed the face of gaming so strongly thanks to its iPad tablet (not to mention the iPhone) and download-only game apps that video game retailer GameStop is feeling the burn. In addition to Apple’s iOS, there are all the Android tablets starting to pop up. Now GameStop is […]
Sometimes geeks, dweebs, nerds, whatever you want to call those into technology, are pegged as less than athletic. Typing on a computer, playing Wii or Kinect, or reenacting lightsaber duels from Star Wars, while requiring movement, aren’t exactly athletic endeavors.