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Mobile and Console – Can the Bridge be Crossed?

Mobile and Console – Can the Bridge be Crossed?

May 11, 2016

The past few years have seen the mobile gaming market to morph and grow in ways no-one expected. Next-gen consoles are not only competing with each other, but also with mobile devices. But many games have been trying to bridge this gap. So is it really possible? And how?  As the mobile platform has emerged Continue reading →

The New Gaming War – What does Mobile have over Consoles?

The New Gaming War – What does Mobile have over Consoles?

Nov 22, 2013

It seems there is a new war to be waged; and it’s not between Sony and Microsoft. Now, the mobile phone is taking on our precious consoles. But can they succeed? I take a look at what the mobile platform has over it’s rival, and why it could begin to revolutionize the industry; but also weigh up Continue reading →

Android KitKat 4.4 Boosts Budget Phone Potential

Android KitKat 4.4 Boosts Budget Phone Potential

Nov 18, 2013

Google has finally gotten around to releasing the highly anticipated 4.4 KitKat update to it’s Android OS. The new update comes with all the normal changes the public has come to expect; it looks a little prettier, it has subtle visual adjustments, and extra features such as Siri-like voice commands. However, the real potential comes Continue reading →

IQ Talk Podcast #4: The Rise Of Mobile Gaming – Are Console Makers Running Scared?

IQ Talk Podcast #4: The Rise Of Mobile Gaming – Are Console Makers Running Scared?

Nov 15, 2013

In this edition of IQ Talk, Sumit Dutta, Adam Barsby, Arran Oakes and Gerald Clarke from Gaming IQ talk all things Mobile and ask whether Mobile gaming can compete and even eclipse console gaming. IN THIS EPISODE: Will the launch of iPad Air and Android 4.4 (KitKat) shake up the market? Why is Google Play Continue reading →

Google Play Beats App Store Downloads, Half the Revenue

Google Play Beats App Store Downloads, Half the Revenue

Nov 7, 2013

Android is becoming a titan of the mobile industry, with a huge array of smartphones, microconsoles, and other devices capable of running thousands of different forms of app. Figures from App Annie’s Q3 2013 report indicate the Google Play Store has had 25% more downloads in the past quarter than Apple’s competing App Store, which Continue reading →

The New iPad Air – Can Apple Resist Android Takeover?

The New iPad Air – Can Apple Resist Android Takeover?

Nov 1, 2013

The tablet market was essentially created by Apple, and now their latest model the iPad Air, has just hit the market today. A largely unexpected move, the iPad Air looks to build upon the success of previous models, retaining a high quality display, whilst thinning down the physical aspects. The 64-bit architecture released in the Continue reading →