We take a slightly-less-than-timely look at Nokia's foray into the world of mobile gaming.
Nokia's N-Gage QD second-generation gaming cell phone corrects the most glaring mistakes of its predecessor.
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Nokia's N-Gage gaming service is set to close towards the end of 2010 as the company focuses its application downloads through the Ovi Store.
It's game over for N-Gage, as Nokia is killing off the N-gaming platform
The company's latest XpressMusic handset has been outed as the 5630, a mid-range phone that packs some interesting connectivity and gaming features
Today Nokia launched the N-Gage platform, which lets you download games and play with your friends, all from the comfort of your N-Gage compatible phone
Nokia announces the launch of the N-Gage mobile platform, commuters rejoice.
The much-maligned N-Gage gaming platform gets a revival as Nokia opens a mobile-gaming portal with N-Gage branding.
The N-Gage platform is back and better than ever -- not hard, we admit -- but a new video we spied on YouTube shows the system looking really rather impressive