Slightly Mad Studios Project Cars is the hit racing sim from Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco that focuses on making driving a race car as realistic as possible.Now, Slightly Mad Studios has teamed up with GAMEVIL to bring Project Cars to mobile devices.
Over the years, the presence that mobile games have had during the Super Bowl has been growing at an alarming pace. Instead of supporting web sites that cover their mobile games, top-tier developers would rather spend untold millions for mere
Microids/Eden Games Something felt a bit off after a few hours with Gear.Club Unlimited, the Nintendo Switch’s first semi-realistic racing game. The racing itself was more “real” than arcade games and more accessible than “real” racing games, and the balance worked.
February is app month for Comcast. After introducing its Roku app earlier in the month, Comcast announced it will replace its Xfinity TV app on February 28. Xfinity Stream, the name of the new app, aims to give Comcast subscribers
Back in 2011 Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note and created the phablet niche. Initially mocked, people soon realized a big-screen device is actually a great idea and the Note devices were soon some of the most sought-after on the market.
If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note7 owner in New Zealand who is yet to exchange/return their unit, you are strongly advised to do so withing the next couple of weeks. Reason being, starting November 18, your unit will not
Skoda India has introduced a MySkoda application for smartphones that will provide a single-window interface between the automaker and the customers. The app is available for download on the Apple’s iTunes Store for iPhone users and Google Play store for
Last we heard, HP said that the Elite x3 will receive Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update “in the coming weeks.” Well, the good news is that the update has started rolling out – it’s available both over-the-air as well as
Today a new lower-midrange ZTE smartphone running Android has been launched by Boost Mobile. Almost five years after the Warp brand was first used on a phone, Sprint’s prepaid brand already has the new ZTE Warp 7 up for sale