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Glu Mobile To Invest Up To $7.5 Million In QuizUp, With Option To Acquire

QuizUp, the Icelandic company that put trivia in an app, has announced that it is receiving up to $7.5 million in funding from Glu Mobile, with an option to call to acquire. This comes in the wake of a partnership forged between NBC and QuizUp, announced in October, with the network looking to turn QuizUp content into a proper TV ... Read More »

Updated: 5 of the most popular Linux gaming distros

Introduction Note: Our most popular Linux gaming distros round-up has been fully updated. This feature was first published in May 2015. A gaming distro, by definition, is host not only to a large variety of games, or software that allows one to play games, but it also has drivers and support for essential devices such as graphics cards and controllers. ... Read More »

A Day After Launch, “Exploding Kittens” Tops The App Store

“Exploding Kittens,” the hugely successful Kickstarter-funded card game from ex-Microsofties Elan Lee and Shane Small along with The Oatmeal’s creator Matthew Inman, has now been translated into a mobile game. And that game is now exploding onto the App Store, too, having scored the #1 Paid App slot only a day after launching. The game, as you may recall, became one of Kickstarter’s most-funded projects ever, ... Read More »

In Depth: Nintendo NX: Everything we know about Nintendo’s new mystery console

Update: The Nintendo NX might be able to play games at 900p at 60 frames-per-second and stream video in 4K, if a new survey from Nintendo marketing partner GfK can be believed. Original article below… The Nintendo NX will be unlike any console the company has on the market, according to new Nintendo President Tatsumi Kmishima. In one of his ... Read More »

A First Look At Mobile Gamers In Iran

Here’s a fresh profile of the Iranian mobile games scene that’ll provide some useful insights to developers and publishers interested in this otherwise foggy market. We gathered the data via a survey we ran between January 2-10, 2016, sampling 837 mobile gamers on our channel on LINE, the popular messaging app in Iran. What’s peculiar to note before I get started in sharing the ... Read More »

Banned YouTube clip unveils The Division’s numerous graphics options

Some new details have spilled regarding Ubisoft’s The Division, the Tom Clancy game set in a virus-devastated New York, courtesy of a video which was uploaded to YouTube. The clip was posted by a PC player with early access to the beta, and was spotted by a NeoGAF forum member, although the video has since been taken down after it ... Read More »

Snoop Dogg On Why He’s Investing in GameOn

A new sports conversation app called GameOn has secured an investment from Snoop Dogg, TechCrunch has learned. The rapper has added onto the seed round, which also included former NFL players Joe Montana and Lawyer Milloy. Snoop told TechCrunch that he’s investing in the app because he “loves sports” and he thinks it’s a good way to chat about the ... Read More »

Xbox One won’t play background music for another few months

The Xbox One just can’t catch a break it seems. Xbox chief Phil Spencer wrote a tweet Friday afternoon saying that background music or, more specifically, playing your own music without Snapping Groove Music, “won’t be [possible] before summer sorry to say.” The current solution is, putting it politely, an inelegant one, requiring a fair amount of screen real estate ... Read More »

PewDiePie Now Has His Own YouTube Network Within Maker Studios

PewDiePie is launching his own multi-channel network called Revelmode. You may remember that PewDiePie was part of Maker Studios, Disney’s successful MCN. PewDiePie isn’t really parting ways with Disney as PewDiePie is working with Maker Studios for this new MCN. Revelmode is an imprint of Maker Studios with Felix Kjellberg aka PewDiePie in charge. PewDiePie has the most popular YouTube ... Read More »

HTC Vive Pre-Orders Will Open On February 29

The HTC-Valve partnership, which uncloaked last spring to reveal the pair working on a virtual reality experience called Vive, continues to push towards a consumer release — with their VR headset slated to ship in April 2016 — hotfooting it after rival headset Oculus Rift, due to start shipping to consumers from March. HTC has now confirmed it will be opening up pre-orders for Vive on February 29. It has yet to announce the ... Read More »

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