The next-generation Nintendo DS2 will reportedly boast "tilt" controls capable of outperforming a similar function found on the iPhone.
Be gentle, now: an Australian politician said yesterday that he reckons gamers are more scary than bikers.
Facebook is launching a cut-down version for mobile users, eliminating pictures and other bandwidth-hungry content.
OpenPeak is currently showcasing its Moorestown-powered OpenTablet 7 at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Capcom is reportedly developing an iPhone-friendly version of Street Fighter IV.
Google has reportedly shut down a number of music blogs over alleged copyright violations.
Google's made some swift changes to its social networking application Buzz, in an attempt to allay privacy concerns.
The bigwigs of the mobile world have come together in their infinite wisdom at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona and decided to create an 'open international applications platform' to add to the plethora of platforms already out there, in the hope of creating a super huge and more or less unified platform for the mobile apps space.
We're sure none of you would ever do such a thing, obviously, but apparently naughty Brits are bashing their iPhones with hammers just get a free upgrade out of their insurer.
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Kevin Smith has predicted that Apple's iPad will inevitably be used as an impromptu murder weapon in a future movie.
One of the founders of Pirate Bay, Peter Sunde, has launched a website that, er, lets people pay for content on the web.
Apple is promising a $10,000 gift card to the person who makes the ten billionth iTunes download.
Were you impressed by Avatar in all its overhyped 3D glory? Well, forget that! Avatar has gone 4D.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has confirmed that he isn't suffering from a chronic case of iPad envy.
Apple may be planning to offer downloaded TV shows for as little as 99 cents when its iPad launches in a few weeks' time.
Sony has announced its first 3D-ready Blu-ray disk player, along with upgrades to existing machines allowing them to play 3D movies too.
As if predictive text wasn't bad enough, an Israeli company has launched a totally predictive interface for Android phones.
Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield is having another shot at marketing a massively multiplayer game.
NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker has created a bit of a hullabaloo by seemingly lying to congress about his role in forcing online streaming service, Hulu, to block open source media center Boxee.