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Archive for June, 2008

» Gameloft Launches Gameloft Live

Gameloft has dived headlong into social networking with an interesting new service called Gameloft Live. The service offers free cross-platform chat and the chance to win free games for your mobile. A quick look at the website show’s it clearly aimed at young internet users, and is so far available in the UK, US, France, […]

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» Are Pureplay Mobile Publishers a Dying Breed?

If you check the strategies of existing firms, is their a future for ‘pureplay’ mobile game publishers that solely focus on mobile gaming?   If you have a look at the publishers themselves, a worrying theme becomes clear; EA Mobile are part of a huge publishing group, Gameloft is spread across loads of platforms from […]

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» Peter Moore says the Future Couldn’t be Brighter

Peter Moore, the boss of EA Sports has said that “the future couldn’t be brighter” for the next installment of FIFA. Discussing the performance of his division on his blog, which usually is sports based, he revealed he was “never satisfied” and would be hitting this year with more innovation and quality than ever – […]

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» Ace Support Annual IT Support Cover

Ace Support is a national on-line IT Support & repair centre. Because they are on-line and don’t need branches in every major town or city of the country they can reduce our costs and offer you great deals on Annual IT support Cover for your PC or laptop. No more costly repair bills or call […]

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» Rare Says Microsoft Support Nintendo DS

fter acquiring Rare in 2002, Microsoft has since allowed the studio to keep a handheld development team to work on DS products. Last year the Rare team released Diddy Kong Racing DS, which was published by Nintendo. Viva Piñata is due to be published by THQ.

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» New Apple iPhone Unveiled

Finally the new model of Apples iPhone has been unveiled. Apples CEO Steve Jobs revealed the new device and its feature at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco yesterday. As expected, the new iPhone will run on 3G networks which offer higher data transfer speeds than its predecessor’s EDGE network. The new phone […]

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» Windows Mobile on Course to Outsell iPhone-Apparently

In a rather bold statement, Microsoft’s Devices Division president Robbie Bach claims that Windows Mobile devices are on course to outsell Apples, all conquering iPhone. In a recent interview, Bach explained how he believed more phones equipped with Windows Mobile would sell that either iPhones or Blackberrys. This comes as Aple is expected to unveil […]

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» Progressive Media working with iPhone and Android

Today the news that Progressive Media has set up a new division especially dedicated to Nintendo DS development has got anyone who enjoyed mobile game LocoRoco, released last year in J2ME platforms to a huge amounts of praise, rather excited.   If the studio can transfer its skills toward the touchscreen DS console gamers should […]

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» Ubisoft Boss Speaks Out About Sony PSP

  A leading UK publisher has (finally) spoken out about the lacklustre management and direction of Sony’s – is it a games console, an MP3 player or a media station? –  PSP.   Ubisoft’s UK managing director Rob Cooper spoke his concerns about the format in a recent interview where he explained why he felt […]

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» Azuki reveals new mobile media platform

Azuki Systems is today unveiling a mobile media platform that categorises and breaks-up small pieces of mobile TV that the company’s founders believe will be more popular than the current status quo of offering live or streaming mobile TV.   The company, which has raised $6.6 million in venture capital, has been working incognito under […]

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