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Tegra 2 phones confirmed to support the Sony PlayStation Suite

03/11/2011, PlayStation Suite arriving on NVIDIA Tegra 2 phones. According to an announcement on the NVIDIA Tegra Zone news portal, Sony will be bringing their PlayStation Suite to Tegra 2 phones later this year. The PlayStation Suite is an app store that will sell...

Sony PlayStation online storage to be announced

03/09/2011, Sony will be announcing today that their online storage service will be made available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers (the $49/year premium service). Plus subscribers will be able to save their games online instead of their machines, freeing up...

Adobe Wallaby: Flash-to-HTML 5 converter

03/08/2011, The company has just released Wallaby, an experimental Flash-to-HTML 5 converter. The tool allows users to easily convert their Flash files into HTML 5 – all they have to do is drag and drop the .fla files into the tool and that’s it. Adobe is...

Angry Birds coming to Facebook

03/07/2011, If you thought you’ve had enough of Angry Birds popping up on pretty much every viable platform available, we’ve got some bad news for you. Angry Birds will be making its way to the world’s most popular social network – Facebook very...

EA Games to launch with BlackBerry PlayBook

02/10/2011, Now who said because the BlackBerry PlayBook was from RIM it would be all work and no play? Because according to the latest press release from Electronic Arts (EA), the upcoming QNX tablet will be launching with a couple of EA titles preloaded onto the...

Activision axes Guitar Hero and True Crime

02/09/2011, It’s time to add two more casualties to the extinct games list from Activision. The Guitar Hero franchise and True Crime reboot has been officially given the boot and will never see the light of day. A large number of employees working at Freestyle...

OnLive launches $9.99/month flat-rate video game plan

02/01/2011, OnLive has officially launched their “PlayPack” plan that allows users to play as many games as they want for a monthly flat rate. One of the most requested features for the on-demand, instant-play video game service is finally here. OnLive...

Nanocade is a mini arcade machine in your home

01/31/2011, The Nanocade turns your old netbook into a functional gaming console. If you’ve got an old netbook or laptop lying around the house, why not make use of it instead of letting it collect dust? The Nanocade aims just to do that. Making use of your...

Genius’ Kids Designer Tablet brings out the artist in your child

01/26/2011, Want to bring out the inner artist in your child or are you just tired of your kids making a mess when the draw on your table cloth and magazines around the house? Genius has come up with the perfect solution to this problem. Called the Kids Designer...

Nintendo reveals more 3DS details

01/24/2011, The folks over at Wired managed to score an interview with Nintendo and poked around for more details concerning the upcoming 3D handheld console. The glasses-free 3D gaming machine will be arriving in March, but everyone wants to know more about it. Not...

iDOS returns to the App Store

01/20/2011, For those of you who missed out on purchasing iDOS when it was released on the iTunes App Store last October, and then quickly taken down, guess what? You’ve been given a second chance to download it. For some strange reason, Apple has allowed the...

Amazon acquires LOVEFiLM

01/20/2011, Amazon has announced today that they have reached finally acquired LOVEFiLM International Limited. In case you didn’t know, LOVEFiLM is pretty much the equivalent of Netflix in Europe – a subscription entertainment service that allows you to rent...

14-year old develops most popular new iOS game

01/17/2011, Could this 14-year old be the next billionaire? Perhaps, but it will take a long way before he is able to catch up with Mark Zuckerberg in terms of achievements. Nevertheless, we are not going to belittle the achievements of this programming prodigy who...

Nintendo has the top selling systems of 2010 in America

01/13/2011, Nintendo has just released their sales figures for the year 2010, and it looks like they have sold they’ve sold the most consoles in America last year. Nintendo sold over 2.5 million DS systems and more than 2.3 million Wii systems. Talk about...