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Fortune Frenzy takes the updated F1’s official mobile app for a test drive to find out whether it’s good enough to take pole position or whether it ends up in the pits.
47% of travellers do not use mobile internet whilst they are travelling, according to the European Commission.
After a huge surge of player complaints, the company behind the mobile game Plants vs Zombies has decided to remove their in-app charges, claiming the introduction of the fees was just a trial.
The Vietnamese-based creator of Flappy Birds has voluntarily removed the mobile game from the App Store after claiming to be overwhelmed by the amount of attention he has received online.
A trade body claims that the UK gaming industry is ‘stuck in the slow lane’ compared to other countries in the EU, as the European Commission puts tax breaks on hold for gaming firms yet again
A great deal of independent gamemakers have grouped together in protest as makers of the Candy Crush saga have trademarked the word ‘candy’ in a bid to protect its popular game, the Candy Crush Saga.
On Monday Nintendo reported losses of 18%, with shares of the Japanese firm expected to plummet as the company attempts to compete with rivals Sony and Microsoft.
A refund settlement has been reached between Apple and the US Federal Trade Commission to give approximately £19.9million to parents whose children have been mislead into making in-app purchases.
Sony has announced its plans to launch a cloud-gaming service by summer 2014 that eradicates the need for consoles.