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tablet gaming on the rise, will grow to $10 billion by 2016

According to a new joint market analysis effort by marketing platform AppLift and market research firm Newzoo, the mobile games market will grow 27.3 percent annually to double in 2016, reaching...

www.insidemobileapps.com |
Nvidia Shield gets Android 4.3, button mapping for unsupported games and GameStream

Nvidia's Shield was only modestly-received when it was released in July, as it had limited game support and only allowed games to be installed to its 16GB of internal storage. A new OTA update...

www.mobilesyrup.com |
How 'Hearthstone' Could Change The PC Gaming Landscape

How is Blizzard's free-to-play Hearthstone poised to change everything in the online gaming world? The same techniques that Blizzard utilized to take the MMORPG mainstream with World of Warcraft...

www.forbes.com |
Activision: Next gen will benefit from 'multi-device daisy chain'

The next generation of consoles isn't just about increased computing power; a potentially bigger deal is the way those systems will be interconnected with other hardware and software platforms...

www.polygon.com |
Neuronauts, A Neurofeedback-Powered Mobile Multiplayer Game

Personal Neuro Devices Inc., who happens to be a developer of mobile neuro applications, has just introduced Neuronauts. Now, Neuronauts is touted to be the first ever mobile multiplayer game...

www.ubergizmo.com |
Virgin Gaming Adds Premium Subscription Plans

Virgin Gaming, the Toronto-based offspring of World Gaming's 2010 partnership with the Virgin Group, officially announced today that it would offer premium subscriptions to its gamers. Previously...

www.allthingsd.com |
iConsole.tv Android Gaming PC Will Support Valve's Steam OS

iConsole.tv over the weekend has announced that their new Haswell powered gaming PC in the form of the Android powered iConsole.tv will support the new Steam OS which was unveiled by Valve last...

www.geeky-gadgets.com |
Nvidia expands PC game streaming

With in-home streaming technology, Nvidia wants to give PC gamers the freedom to leave their computing caves. Dubbed GameStream, the technology is an expansion of the in-home streaming that...

www.pcworld.com |
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