In a world where mobile phone and tablet gaming is quickly becoming more and more popular, traditional handhelds continue to push on, even if their future isn’t so clear right now with the growth of competition from devices like iPhones, Android devices and the iPad. At least for the foreseeable future though you will probably continue to see Nintendo do quite well- especially since they are popular among younger audiences that hopefully don’t have or need a smartphone.
MeT, the initiative sponsored by Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Panasonic, Siemens and Sony, has today announced the public release of its first set of mobile e-commerce specifications. In less than a year of existence, the MeT initiative has led to the introduction of new specifications on mobile phone functionality for mobile e-commerce. In addition to the […]
I’ve been rocking a Gelaskins protective skin on my Nintendo DS Lite for almost a year now and it’s still holding up quite well. It keeps my portable gamer reasonably protected from debris and damage while offering a huge dose of style. Gelaskins has now announced that it has expanded its stylish skin collection to […]