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GameTanium arriving on set-top boxes

09/08/2011, Over a month ago, we covered GameTanium, a service that allowed users with Android tablets and phones to rent games for a fixed monthly fee instead of forking out hard earned cash to play a new game each time. Well it looks like Extent (the company behind...

Frogger Decades marks Frogger’s 30th birthday

09/02/2011, Great news old school gamers – if you remember the classic arcade game, Frogger – you’ll be pleased to know that Konami has decided to celebrate its 30th anniversary by releasing a brand new, updated version of the game. This time, instead of...

Sony to unveil 18 unannounced Vita games at the Tokyo Game Show

09/01/2011, If you’re excited about the PlayStation Vita and its games, you’re going to want to keep your eyes peeled for blogs following the Tokyo Game Show which takes place in a couple of weeks time. According to reports online, Sony will be announcing a...

Xperia Play has more Triple-A titles on the way

08/26/2011, The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play didn’t cause a huge splash in the mobile/gaming scene due to the Android phone not living up to the hype for the device and its lack of games. The phone was decently spec’d with dedicated physical buttons for...

Sifteo Cubes now available for pre-order

08/10/2011, You know, back in the days when I was a wee lad, the only method of keeping myself occupied was a pencil and a sheet of paper, running around outdoors trying to catch some fish, or getting mental stimulation through the Rubik’s Cube. Those were the...

ViewSonic V3D245 to be launched soon

08/01/2011, If you attended CES 2011 or have been following the coverage earlier this year, you probably would have come across ViewSonic’s V3D245 monitor which the company debuted at the event. It looks like a pretty sweet monitor and if you have been meaning to...

South Korea starts a clinic to treat web addiction

08/01/2011, We all love the internet as it allows us to do all sorts of things online, from reading internet memes, to catching up with old friends, video calls, funny YouTube videos, movie streaming, email, shopping, etc. The list of things we can do on the internet...

Apparatus developer pulls app from Amazon’s Appstore

07/06/2011, As we all know, Amazon has their own Android Appstore, the name of which has been quite controversial as it is quite close to Apple’s App Store. Regardless, it is considered a third party app store for Android users, who may find themselves browsing...

Microsoft Releases Nine New Apps For Zune

07/01/2011, Not a fan of all things Apple and you just refuse to buy an iPod? Perhaps you’re a Microsoft loyalist and you went for their Zune MP3 player instead. Well if you’re still using the Zune, it looks like Microsoft has released several new apps...

Google+ code points toward Games and Questions features

06/30/2011, Google’s stab at the social networking pie has ended up with the Google+ for the moment, and some of the more enterprising people out there decided to check out its source code – where snippets of it has shown clear references to a couple of...

Wii Cyberbike Costs More Than The Console Itself

06/30/2011, When the Wii was released, game developers and fitness institutions started seeing potential use of the Wii for exercise and fitness related games. One of those games/peripherals was the Cyberbike which was developed by Bigben Interactive, which the...