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  • Blog Post: Xbox One SmartGlass App To Feature Matchmaking, Live Help Functions

    Microsoft will be launching a completely new SmartGlass app for use with its upcoming Xbox One console, promising better performance and a host of new features. The app will be released sometime in the 2013 holiday season for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8. The Xbox One will detect and connect with your... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Bringing Remake Of Prince of Persia 2 To Mobile Devices

    Ubisoft is readying a remake of the 1993 Prince of Persia sequel for smartphones and tablets. Today, Ubisoft released a trailer for the game, entitled Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame. The video actually begins with a brief look at the original 1993 Prince of Persia 2 (this new remake drops... More
  • Blog Post: Rayman Jungle Run Update Adds 20 New Levels

    Rayman Jungle Run gave us plenty of reasons to hang out on the toilet longer than we needed to last year. It looks like we'll soon have another case of the jungle runs, because Ubisoft just added 20 new levels to last year's stellar auto run title. Rayman's epic run continues as he dodges... More
  • Blog Post: Google Introduces The Nexus 7 Tablet

    Google unveiled its tablet today, running Android OS 4.1 (a.k.a. Jellybean if you insist), and its available for pre-order now . The tablet will be shipping in about 2-3 weeks and will run you $199 for the 8 GB model and $249.99 for the 16 GB model. You can find out more by watching Google's advertisement... More
  • Blog Post: Android Tablet App Is Live

    Early in July we announced Game Informer had come to the iPad , and now we can finally announce that GI has come to Android. The app is available for free on the Android marketplace and comes with a free demo/beta issue that features the entire Assassin's Creed III cover story. Unfortunately, we... More
  • Blog Post: Razer To Introduce Gaming-Focused Tablet PC

    The hardware manufacturer announced a high-specs tablet PC designed for gaming today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Project Fiona hardware includes a 10" multi-touch display, a powerful Core i7 processor from Intel, and two force feedback-equipped gamepad controllers. Razer touts... More
  • Blog Post: Wii U May Support Multiple Tablets

    Nintendo has openly stated that the Wii U will only be able to support one tablet controller, but a new report says that the console should be able to support up to two. Apparently, there are (or perhaps were) technical limitations preventing multiple tablets to be used, but Nintendo is nearing a solution... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop Selling Android Tablets

    Retailer GameStop has begun selling specialized Android tablets in select stores. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal , the tablets went on sale today in 200 stores across the U.S. The tablets are being manufactured by Asustek, Acer, and Samsung, and will come pre-installed with seven... More
  • Blog Post: Two PlayStation-Certified Tablets Coming Out This Year

    We've heard plenty of buzz about PlayStation-certified Android phones being released, but did you know that Sony also has a couple of tablets coming out with similar certification? Sony has confirmed that Tablet S and Tablet P are releasing this year. Joystiq reports that Tablet S, a traditional... More
  • Blog Post: Maybe iPads Won't Hurt Portable Game Sales That Much After All?

    Even here in the GI offices amongst some fairly hardcore gamers, it's pretty common to hear some bellyaching about how the rise of the iPad and other tablet devices is sure to cut into the portable game market. Some new research suggests that may not be the case, though. IndustryGamers has the data... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Pair of Tablets

    Sony has just announced a pair of Android-enabled tablets for this fall. No pricing or official names have been announced yet, but the first tablet, codenamed S1, has a 9.4 inch screen, front/rear-facing cameras, and can communicate with other Sony devices via an infrared sensor. S2 is a dual-screen... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Could Be Working On Its First Gaming Tablet

    With the tablet market booming like a ghetto blaster, it wouldn’t be surprising if Sony threw its hat into the ring. If rumors are true, the company has already started working on a gaming tablet that could be out this year. Engadget just released details for, what it believes, will be Sony’s... More
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