A new jailbreak tweak called Controllers for All allows users to play iPhone and iPad games with the PlayStation 3′s Dual Shock 3 controller, via Bluetooth. iDB explains that “any game that supports a MFi (Made for iPhone) controller in iOS 7, is now fully playable with the Dual Shock 3, no cumbersome configuration required.” » New iOS Jailbreak Tweak Gives PlayStation 3 Controller Support
Bloomberg reports that Nintendo president Satoru Iwata stated in a press conference that the company is now considering a “new business structure” that involves smart devices. Iwata’s newest comments reveal that Nintendo is now seriously considering supporting iOS and other smartphones in some manner in the near future. » Nintendo Considers Smartphone Move After Third Straight Annual Loss
Mobile phones are great for keeping yourself entertained, they allow you to play music and films on the go and there are many services that will stream is straight to your phone without having to download them beforehand. You can also play pokies online, as well as many other games on your phone. To a lot of people this is an important factor when commuting or travelling. » Why The iPhone 5 Is Good For Gaming
When you leave your house you no doubt now take your smartphone out with you wherever you go. This is because they are not only useful for getting in touch with people but they also allow you to do so much more. However not many years ago none of this was possible as smartphones were not widespread, this all changed when the first iPhone was put on the market. Despite the fact that other companies had tried to sell smartphones before none had really got the attention of the mass public, the iPhone however did for many reasons. For people who knew about the technology inside they could see that the phones were very powerful, but for everyone else they could tell when they first started using them that they were intuitive to use. » Will The iPhone 6 Be The Best Gaming Device
Tiny Wings has been out in the App Store for some time now, but it’s back in the news. The developer Andreas Illiger, teased us with a unique video, showing what seemed to be Tiny Wings 2. It turned out to be Tiny Wings 2.0. A huge update to the original game. » Tiny Wings 2.0, Plus iPad Version, Plus Gameplay Video
Free games with ads need more power form the battery than games without ads. A new study by IT scientist, Abhinav Pathak, from Purdue University proofs this. At least 75% of the energy needs of an app are used for downloading ads and collecting user data.