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Archive for April, 2008

» Would You Pay A Monthly Subscription For Mobile Games?

As the mobile gaming industry continues to move ahead at full steam many are starting to understand how the system works and what it really has to offer. However, there has been some resistance to paying a monthly subscription for your mobile gaming needs. Would you pay a relatively low figure each month to get […]

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» Will Mobile Gaming Ever Be As Big As Console Gaming?

While on the surface this may seem something of a strange and rather obvious question to ask, with the obvious answer being no, is this really the case further down the line? Is there no chance that mobile gaming can real crack the games console market? If you cast your eyes back to the days […]

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» Game Design Is Added To The Curriculum

In a move which is as sensible as it is ground breaking, the Scottish government have given the go-ahead for video game design and computer animation to be added to the Scottish schools curriculum. While there is already a strong gaming presence in Scotland this move is set to bolster what is a potentially lucrative […]

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» EA Looks To The Mobile Gaming Market

They may be one of the leaders in the console gaming market, but until recently the famous EA gaming company were not even registering in the mobile gaming market. However, this is all set to change with the release of 5 of the company’s popular games onto the mobile gaming platform with The Sims 2 […]

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» Nokia Ask The People For Help

As they say in business, the best people to ask for advice are your customers, something which mobile phone giant Nokia have done, with a Euro 70,000 sweetener! Nokia have launched their Mobile Games Innovation Challenge in order to attract new and exciting ideas for the future of the mobile gaming market – although all […]

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» Want To Watch Eastenders And Pause Your Wii Game?

While the mass media markets of the UK have been growing ever closer to the gaming giants, the recent announcement that the BBC will be allowing Wii owners to interrupt their games and watch their favourite programs has gone down very well. The system centres on the infamous BBC iPlayer which is causing much of […]

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» Retro Games Or Modern Gaming, The Choice Is Yours

Over the last couple of years we have seen the relaunch of a number of retro game classics such as Donkey Kong, Pac-man and other similar games from 20 or 30 years ago. While the mobile gaming sector in the UK has moved on in leaps and bounds over the last few years it seems […]

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» Will Mobile Games Dictate The Direction Of Future Handsets?

While it would be wrong to say that the mobile game industry has been welcomed into all areas of the mobile phone market, slowly but surely we are seeing increased take up and more interest in the service. However, when you consider that the traditional mobile handset of today was not really created for mobile […]

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» Nokia Hits The Spot With N-Gage

It seems as though the mobile gaming system which the world has been waiting is finally here, with Nokia set to officially unveil their new N-Gage service on 7th April. However, in order to wet the lips of those who read the official N-Gage blog they have announced that the software required to access the […]

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» So Who Owns The Java Technology Platform?

While JAVA has become one of the most powerful programming languages in the world, do you know who brought the system to the world? Who owns it? Or its potential value? For those who do not already know, the JAVA technology platform is owned by Sun Microsystems Incorporated although there have been numerous court battles […]

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