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  • Blog Post: Starz Network App Now Available For Xbox One

    Subscribers to Starz can now access the network's content through an Xbox One Starz Play app. Microsoft announced the news today, through its official Xbox website. As with services like HBO Go, you will have to be a cable or satellite subscriber to Starz to use the Starz Play app. Through Starz... More
  • Blog Post: MLG App Available On Xbox One In Time For Weekend Championship

    Major League Gaming (MLG) released the MLG app for Xbox One today. The App will allow Xbox One users to watch the entirety of this weekend’s MLG tournament live via MLG.tv . Xbox users who download the app will also have access to MLG.tv’s other programming, including news show “eSports... More
  • Blog Post: HBO Go (And Many Others) Coming To Xbox One This Year

    Fear not, Game of Thrones , The Newsroom , and True Detective fans. HBO Go will be arriving on Xbox One this year. Microsoft has announced more than 40 new apps that will be coming to Xbox platforms around the world. These include new Twitter integration (in the United States) that provides topical updates... More
  • Blog Post: Reading Rainbow Could Be Headed To Gaming Consoles

    "Butterfly in the sky. I can go twice as high. Take a look. It's on a video game console." Sure, the lyrics aren't catchy, but they could be accurate if LeVar Burton's Kickstarter raises more money. LeVar Burton just can't let go. Despite the fact that Reading Rainbow ran for... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Reveals 20 Things You Didn't Know About PlayStation 4

    While the title is a bit of a fib – many of these facts had been discussed before – this new promotional video does tease some interesting functionality, including instant app switching similar to what Microsoft has promised on Xbox One. You'll also get a further look at the new PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Apple's Best-Selling Apps To Date

    As if there was ever any doubt, people really like to fling birds and chop fruit. Apple announced in January that customers have downloaded over 40 billion apps from the App Store. To celebrate today, the five-year anniversary of its digital shop, Apple revealed which software has sold best overall and... More
  • Blog Post: [Updated] Free To Play iOS And Android Age Of Empires Will Be A "New Genre Of Strategy Game"

    Update: The official Age of Empires Facebook page has offered a small update on the details of the free to play Age of Empires planned for iOS and Android devices. It doesn't make clear what the game is, or when we will see it, but it makes a pretty bold promise about the game: "While the Klab... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are Some Holiday Apps To Save Your Day

    Sometimes the holidays take you away from your precious video games, be it through family visitation, or out of town vacations. Try as they might, however, they can never take you away from your precious mobile gaming device. Here are a few Holiday themed apps for iOS that might keep you going until... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile 7/13/12

    This week's roundup features the release of new games by the Angry Birds developer and the company behind Sniper Elite. Amazing Alex Rovio Android, iOS $0.99 Amazing Alex is the new game from Angry Birds developer, Rovio. The cheery art style is still there, as are the fun physics-based puzzles.... More
  • Blog Post: New Trailer Shows HBO Go App For Xbox Live

    HBO has released a new trailer that shows off the Xbox Live interface for its online streaming service HBO Go. The spot will begin running on the network this weekend, and HBO says that it's "the beginning of our campaign leading up to the launch." Hopefully, this means that an announcement... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Working On Smartphone Apps

    A little over a month ago, Rock Band and Dance Central creator, Harmonix, trademarked the name VidRhythm. However, the studio left fans wondering what this mystery project could be. Finally, CEO Alex Rigopulos has shed some light on the project, revealing that it’s an iOS app. Harmonix co-founder... More
  • Blog Post: Duke Nukem App Arrives Chewing Bubble Gum

    Not everyone can pull off the pure machismo swagger of Duke Nukem, but with 2K Games newest iOS app anyone can sound like him. With the new Duke Nukem Forever Soundboard app, you can impress friends, coworkers, and grandparents with over 25 classic Duke-isms including, "I came. I saw. I kicked ass... More
  • Blog Post: Hothead Releases Bunny the Zombie Slayer iPhone App

    DeathSpank and Swarm developer Hothead Games released a zombie game just in time for Easter. What other kind of game should we expect at this time of the year? Bunny the Zombie Slayer looks a bit like Plants vs. Zombies, a bit like Angry Birds, and a bit like Easter. Sounds like a good combo to us. The... More
  • Blog Post: WWE All Stars Fantasy Warfare Launches On Facebook

    Think Macho Man Randy Savage could take CM Punk? Ever wonder how the Hulk would have fared against Sheamus? Wonder no more with THQ’s new WWE All Stars Facebook App. In anticipation of THQ’s WWE All Stars on March 29, the company has released a Facebook app called WWE All Stars Fantasy Warfare... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Birds Is The Top-Selling iPhone App Of 2010

    According to Apple, games were the top paid apps on the iPhone in 2010, and topping the list of those games is Angry Birds. Placing behind Rovio's irate avian app is Doodle Jump, Skee-Ball, Bejeweled 2, and Fruit Ninja. Those are all solid titles, so there's not much to complain about...unless... More
  • Blog Post: Zynga CEO Says Company Is Not For Sale

    As Zynga prepares its latest Facebook game, CityVille, for release, people are wondering what the future holds for the developer. Google is a major investor in the company, having poured between $100-200 million into Zynga back in July. Some say a logical step for Google would be purchasing the FarmVille... More
  • Blog Post: Winners Of Michelle Obama’s Healthy Apps Initiative Announced

    “Apps for Healthy Kids” is the name of an initiate started by First Lady Michelle Obama, in which she challenged app creators to develop aids to help kids eat right. Now those winners have been announced, and the apps are rather intriguing. Winner of first place is Trainer, an app that promotes... More
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