Mobile/social developer King is contemplating an initial public offering (IPO) for stock in the company on the wave of Candy Crush Saga’s continued success.
Intel’s new Obsidian UI is the chip maker's contribution to Tizen 2.0 and will most likely appear on Intel-based Android devices and in the future.
The new version of Google’s Android OS, Key Lime Pie, is rumored to be coming at the end of October of this year, according to a report by Vr-zone.com.
Cross-platform mobile game developer SGN has acquired Mob Science in a deal that includes the California-based studio's back catalog.
Candy Crush Saga maker King, announced that they will discontinue mobile advertising to provide its players "uninterrupted entertainment" according to e-mails sent to the company’s advertising partners.
Yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some new statistics regarding the Apple App Store during his address at the opening of the WWDC 2013 developers conference.
Jason Citron, the founder of mobile social network OpenFeint, unveiled a glimpse of his latest project Fates Forever – a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) for tablets.
Tokyo-based MM Research Institute recently released a report on the Japanese tablet market that was summarized by Japanese gaming consultant Dr. Serkan Toto.
Word of Mouth was sited as the most important path to discovering new applications according to a recent report by Applifier that polled 1800 mobile gamers.
The Global Gaming Initiative is aiming to turn gamers into givers with Sidekick Cycle a 99 cent app that is sending bikes to Africa.
Smartphone sales in Russia continue to soar, making it a key market for the global mobile market. M.Video, one of the largest appliance and electronics retailers in the country released an infographic highlighting their Q1 2013 results.
A breakdown of the user retention and monetization methods used in Subway Surfers.
AppData, a well-known analytics provider for social and mobile applications, announced that it will now regularly distribute data regarding an applications and developers estimated profitability.
Known for its one-click purchasing, Amazon decided to take on Google and Facebook by offering its login service to third party developers.
Israeli-based TestFairy started a platform for applications testing Android apps. Given the large and growing number of devices running Android, it's a huge challenge for developers to properly test their applications and a service to simplify this is in demand.