"MOBILE" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Grand Theft Auto is coming to Netflix on December 14
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition is coming to Netflix and members will be able to download and play these classic GTA games soon.
Here's why Apple's new iPhones are expected to be more expensive
Apple's newest iPhones are rumored to have come with a bunch of changes visual and internal changes, along with a decent price increase.
Activision has made nearly $1 billion from mobile every quarter over the last year
Examination of Activision's platform revenues shows just how big mobile games like Candy Crush, Diablo Immortal, and COD Mobile are for the publisher.
PlayStation's fledgling mobile business loses head executive
PlayStation's mobile business may be floating rudderless as the head executive for the fledgling segment has left Sony's PlayStation Studios banner.
Meteor Lake could be gaming laptop CPU champ - if Intel gets it out quick enough
Meteor Lake laptop CPUs could hit 5.4GHz and rule the roost for gaming laptops, unless Intel is too slow off the mark with these mobile processors.
ASUS ROG Cetra True Wireless ANC In-Ear Headphones Review
Thanks to low latency Bluetooth, the ROG Cetra in-ear true wireless ANC headphones from ASUS make a great case for portable gaming audio.
Dragalia Lost shuts down, but mobile is not that important for Nintendo
Dragalia Lost has officially shut down, but here's a big reminder that Nintendo is not very reliant on mobile gaming, which is an extension of its biz.
BMW to bring in-vehicle casual gaming to cars, program starts in 2023
BMW and AirConsole will bring gaming straight into select BMW vehicles, with players able to use their smartphone to serve as a controller.
Ubisoft mobile revenue to skyrocket on new mysterious partnership deal
Ubisoft has secured a new high-value multi-year licensing deal with a mysterious partner who will utilize one of their IPs.
First-ever Android phone with a Lightning port assembled by engineer
Engineer Ken Pillonel has successfully combined an Android phone and a Lightning port to charge the phone with a Lightning cable.
Sony to double-down on mobile ports of PlayStation IPs
Sony plans to create and release more mobile smartphone/tablet games based on popular PlayStation franchises, brands and IP.
Activision exec: Each of our franchises has to have a mobile presence
Activision President Daniel Alegre reiterates how important mobile games are for the company's success and re-affirms F2P stance.
Hacker gets paid $75,000 by Apple for finding iPhone camera exploit
A security researcher has found two security flaws in the iPhone camera, and has been rewarded substantially.
Elon Musk says 5G isn't 'medically dangerous' it's just 'land greedy'
Elon Musk has cleared up some concerns with 5G technology, saying it's not 'medically dangerous'
Man creates virtual traffic jams with just 99 smartphones and a wagon
An artist has created hilarious traffic jams with just 99 smartphones and a fantastic idea.
Jeff Bezos' phone hack might've let the Saudi's eavesdrop for months
Jeff Bezos could have had the entire Saudi government in his pocket for months just listening.
The mobile markets revenue +17% in 2019, topping out at $83.5 billion
New figures from Sensor Tower has indicated that the mobile gaming market spent $61 billion in 2019.
Samsung Releases Portable SSD T7 Touch - the New Standard in Speed and Security for External Storage Devices
Report: Chinese malware found pre-installed on US gov funded mobiles
Chinese malware has been found pre-installed on US government funded phones.
Nintendo adds monthly sub to free-to-play Animal Crossing mobile game
Nintendo adds another layer of monetization to its free-to-play Animal Crossing Pocket Camp.
xHelper the 'irremovable' malware found in over 45,000 Android devices
xHelper is a new kind of Android malware that has reportedly infected more than 45,000 devices.
Mario Kart Tour hits 20 million downloads in first day
Nintendo's new Mario Kart mobile game is already a huge success.
SteelSeries Launches First Four-In-One Wireless Headset for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC and Mobile
Warner Bros. Games opens new studio for F2P mobile games
Warner Bros. Interactive wants to supplement its big new AAA projects with steady-earning mobile games.
Nintendo doesn't want to over-monetize gamers
Nintendo takes steps to curb aggressive monetization in its smartphone games.
Mortal Kombat 11 engine uses custom Unreal Engine 3, not 4
Mortal Kombat 11 surprisingly uses a custom Unreal Engine 3 engine and not Unreal Engine 4.
New Payday game incoming...but it's for mobile
Payday 3 is likely still happening, but for now we'll get a mobile spin-off.
Frontline Workers Frequently Turn to Unapproved Messaging Apps for Work-Related Communications, Unbeknownst to HR
Nintendo may release more microtransaction smartphone games
Nintendo's future mobile gaming plans will likely use the free-to-play gacha model to generate recurring earnings.
Fire Emblem Heroes makes 72% of Nintendo's mobile revenue
Fire Emblem Heroes is the muscle to Nintendo's mobile arm.
New Diablo mobile game is primed for microtransactions
The game no Diablo fan asked for should make Blizzard tons of microtransaction earnings.
Deemo brings the music to Nintendo Switch on January 29, 2019! Now with Nintendo Labo Piano Support!
New Assassin's Creed free-to-play mobile game incoming
And Mario will be in the game.
RuneScape Mobile Beta, 25k members, 'no XP waste' reality
The RuneScape mobile beta for members has been launched, limited to 25k members and only on Android.
PUBG Mobile Gets Competitive With First Ever 'Player Well Known' Invitational And Championship
Fortnite made almost $300 million in April
Fortnite continues amassing huge earnings on a month-to-month basis.
New Steam Link app plays Steam Library games on mobiles
New Steam Link app allows for Steam Library games to be played on mobile devices.
The 'full' ARK Survival Evolved is coming to mobiles
Now ARK is expanding to your phones.
Final Fantasy AR mobile game incoming?
Square Enix says 2018 will be a big year for Final Fantasy, but also wants to tap the AR market. Could the two be related?