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Mobile gaming social platform OpenFeint has announced that it is shutting down, giving developers just a few short weeks to migrate to Gree.
The popular iOS social-gaming platform is hitting Android phones this week and has unveiled a full list of titles that will launch with the functionality enabled.
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.
Good news for Android gamers: OpenFeint--the popular social-gaming layer found on iPhone and iPad apps is coming to Android this summer.
The popular social network for iPhones is adding micropayments to the mix. What does this mean for Apple's in-app purchase system--and your wallet?
Best gaming phone? Maybe even best gaming handheld. All the iPhone 5's improvements may not trump the Vita and 3DS' hardware yet, but it's getting awfully close.
The publishing of 1 million anonymized Apple UDIDs allegedly found on an FBI agent's computer brought AntiSec's actions front and center. With denials from Apple and the FBI, you might think it's over. Not so fast.
The iPad could use a physical controller. The answer's simple: make one. And make it work for everything, unlike the recently released Atari Arcade or the Ion iCade.
Many apps are already a bargain at just a buck or two, but why spend money when you don't have to? Find out how to score all the freebies you could ever want.
How do some applications stay on top of the App Store charts for so long? CNET talks to a handful of successful developers to find out their tricks for keeping people interested.