At the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, we saw two formerly great smartphone brands—Nokia and BlackBerry—try to win their way back into consumers’ hearts with the relaunch of decidedly old-school gadgets. BlackBerry Mobile, whose name is licensed to Chinese electronics maker TCL, introduced its newest…
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No, it's not bad, like you expected it to be.
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THQ fired 100 employees following a decision to shift its mobile game development to the smart phone platform only. Three studios are closing, in San Diego, the U.K. and Germany.
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Smartphone app and game seller Handango is teaming up with Digital Chocolate and I-play to bring new games to the Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices.