Popular Gaming Articles for 2014
Samsung went big with the 12.2-inch version of the Galaxy Note. Is this stylus-driven tablet too much of a good thing? Read our review to find out.
Sony presented its first mid-size tablet at IFA: the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. This is an 8-inch device which boasts a high-resolution display and exceptionally slim and lightweight design.
The wraps came off two updated versions of Nvidia's 7-inch tablet, one with 4G LTE and other with Nvidia's latest processor. We went hands-on at MWC.
An upgrade to Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) has started going out to the Wikipad 7 gaming-oriented tablet. In addition, the maker of this model has announced the Gamevice, a detachable[...]
Apple's long-standing policy of of blocking developers from charging for App upgrades has put developers in a bind. The way to fix this is opbvious.
At CES 2014 today, Nvidia revealed its next mobile processor, dubbed Tegra K1. It will come as an addition to the company's fifth-generation Tegra chip line-up, and will be available[...]
Apple has announced that sales in its App Store topped $10 billion in 2013, with December sales surpassing $1 billion in the month alone.
A survey of mobile app developers might include some surprises about the people who create apps for tablets and smartphones.
The goal of the the newly-announced SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller is to provide a fully immersive gaming experience on an Apple tablet or phone.
Disney is treating Windows 8 users to seven free games for a limited period of time.
Qualcomm has taken the wraps off its first chip with eight 64-bit processor cores and built-in support for global LTE. This is expected to start appearing in high-end tablets and[...]
A new version of the Google Play Store app for Android adds a setting that will make it easier for parents to block their children from making unauthorized purchases.
ARM today announced its newest mobile processor core, the Cortex-A17, which will come with a 60% boost in performance.
The Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement agreement with Apple over in-app purchases made by children without parental consent.
Qualcomm is throwing down the gauntlet with its next generation of Snapdragon 800 series SoC's, advanced 64-bit processors that will power future cutting-edge tablets and phones.
A change that happened behind the scenes might lead to lower prices for accessories for the iPad and Apple's other mobile devices.
A tablet powered by an Nvidia Tegra K1 mobile processor debuts today. The primary focus of the $299 Nvidia Shield Tablet is gaming.
Before iPad/iPhone applications can appear in the App Store they have to undergo an approval process. Apple has revealed the top reasons why apps get rejected.
Nvidia has begun taking pre-orders for a 4G-enabled version of its gaming tablet. The Shield Tablet LTE will be available on Sept. 30.
Sony's PlayStation Now cloud service might send pre-rendered game footage directly to tablets, as it isn't inherently limited to use on game consoles. Brighthand has more details.