The founder of CardArts Studios apologises for the state of the games industry.
We whip out our iPhones and take a look at another batch of the latest games, this time checking out everything from a port of Resident Evil: Degeneration to a poor imitation of WipeOut and even a scaled-down version of The Sims 3. Check out our recommendations within!
Videos and photos of Sony's new PSP model, the PSP Go, have been leaked online in the lead-up to E3.
Apple caves into Trent Reznor's demands regarding the rejection of the nin: access iPhone app, and authorised the update with no changes.
Microsoft has announced the launch of Seadragon Mobile, an image viewer available - for the moment - exclusively on rival Apple's iPhone platform.
Sony is adamantly refusing to either confirm or deny the rumour that the new PSP model, the PSP2, is readying for release.
Sony has dismissed rumours of a coming PlayStation 3 price cut in March and confirmed it has no price cuts planned.
Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
Mozilla's Christian Sejersen has confirmed that Firefox Mobile will not be made available for the iPhone or Google's Android platform.
Google's Android mobile platform features a remote application kill-switch similar to the one found in Apple's iPhone - but the company is remarkably up-front about the functionality.
China Mobile is hoping to convince Apple to create a custom iPhone with 3G and WiFi radios removed, to prevent customers unlocking the handsets for use on rival networks.
T-Mobile has just pulled the covers off the G1, the world's first mobile device powered by Google's Android operating system.
Apple has initiated a product recall for compact mains-USB adaptors provided with the iPhone 3G in the US, Japan, and other countries due to risk of electric shock.
Steve Jobs last night unveiled the winter 2008 range of iPods at the same time as announcing iTunes 8.