Those Facebook phone rumors are back again -- except this time, they may be valid. Still, as we approach the possible unveiling of this curious device, a big question remains: Will anyone actually need this thing?
Ouya rewarded its most loyal fans with the first consoles ahead of the formal retail launch.
Ouya's about 10 games ready now and dozens that will be available shortly. By its retail launch in June, the company promises hundreds.
Android is a hot button for mobile gaming industry experts. Some believe it will grow to be the biggest platform developed for, some say it's the one of the worst to work with.
Google pledged to not use its arsenal of patent weapons offensively today, taking a stand on open source and patents that is anti-patent troll, pro-competition, and pro-freedom to create, innovate, and code.
It looks like Samsung's Galaxy S IV roll-out will start with AT&T in the U.S.
Mobile gaming’s relationship to consoles will continue to evolve.
Sometimes, you just have to say wow.
Samsung gained plenty of geek cred when it hired Steve Kondik, founder of the Android custom ROM CyanogenMod, back in 2011. But now it appears he's leaving the company.
The Big Blue game will feature outstanding underwater graphics and a story based on the Gaia theory.
Of course, we don't want the pilots using iPhones while flying.
With Apple and Samsung reportedly working on next-generation smartwatches, it was only a matter of time until we heard that Google was joining the party as well.
You have to give Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt some credit -- he's not afraid to respond to tough questions directly.
Tapjoy's first investment in Australia is in Defiant Development.
It doesn't matter how great your phone is if you can't actually get it built.
Editor's Pick The more Samsung "adds value" to Android by customizing a version of it for the Galaxy line of phones, the more it will suck.
The device will compete with other game controllers such as Moga, Green Throttle Games, and Nvidia's Project Shield.
With the new Galaxy S4, Samsung is moving farther and farther away from Google. In fact, you have to wonder, will Samsung turn into the new Amazon?
I'll admit, I'm no fan of big phones. But with the Galaxy S IV, which Samsung announced tonight in New York City, the company shows you can make a large screen fit into a surprisingly thin and light device.
Editor's Pick Samsung officially unveiled the phone tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, following plenty of leaked photos and videos.