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Chip-maker Nvidia has designed a brand new mobile processor that is destined to provide the best gaming experience yet, with its graphics being of an even better quality than consoles such as the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3.
Classic video games from the 70s and the 80s have been released online for free by the Internet Archive.
The Google Glass has been updated with a new function that lets users take photos with a wink, with plans in the future to allow this action to be used for other purposes such as purchasing items or researching recipes.
Industry insiders at Slush 2013 believe the new Finnish game Supernaughts to be the next big thing in the mobile gaming industry.
Playing your favourite mobile games could help treat certain brain disorders, according to a recent study investigating the effects of gaming on the brain.
Mobile games that are played for a short period of time have the potential to relieve massive amounts of every day stress, according to Nottingham Trent University.
Help for Heroes have produced a mobile game that helps raise money for the armed forces charity.
Intense competition from mobile gaming platforms is affecting overall sales of large companies such as Nintendo, as Brits are expected to spend more on mobile games this year than on consoles.
Bonfire night has officially been voted the second most magical time of year according to recent statistics, and to celebrate Fortune Frenzy is giving away a £1,000 fund towards a bonfire night of a lifetime.
A new guideline by a UK Watchdog has been proposed for developers to make sure that games kids playing games aren’t misleading users about in-game charges.