Gamers now can save and sync game progress across devices and get matched up with other players on Android or iOS.
Social-gaming network now offers a way to recommend a title to others, even if they're not OpenFeint users. There's also a new scoring system that can be filtered by time.
The company will no longer support online play, matchmaking, and leaderboards for many Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo DSi games.
The company is adding a smorgasbord of new Play Games features, just in time for the independently run Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
New Google app shows you what your friends are playing on Android, and taps Google+.
The Bot or Not Web site, called a "Turing test for poetry," lets users guess whether poems have been penned by a human or an algorithm. It's not always easy.
New Android hooks and compelling upgrades mean Google+ can finally help the company connect the dots between Web, mobile, and social.
Nintendo gamers will be able to fling Angry Birds, Angry Birds: Seasons, and Angry Birds: Rio starting August 13.
Google dives deeper into music, gaming, social, and search. CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down the highlights of Google's announcements from the 2013 I/O developers conference.
Android gaming is about to get serious, as a new app teases cloud saves, achievements, leaderboards and multiplayer.