SUBSCRIBE to MobiCritic by Email or RSS/XML !We’ve talked about Mobile GMaps before: the best free mobile maps application, with an amazing set of features and a sustained development. Mobile GMaps allows you to access online maps from your mobile phone, using a large set of providers: Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask, Open Street and, until yesterday, [...]
We’ve already had an article on Yahoo Go . Yahoo still hasn’t released a Sony Ericsson J2ME version so that we could test it. But they did release a Windows Mobile version that any smartphone owner should test. It’s still in beta (actually gamma), but looks nice. Could this be enough reason for me to [...]
(directly from the PR manager for Eidos Interactive, here’s today’s scoop:) Eidos Interactive, one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, has reached an agreement to acquire Rockpool Games, one of Europe’s leading developers of games and content for wireless devices and Rockpool’s two sister companies; Ironstone Partners and SoGoPlay. The deal [...]
Who said gaming is for the lazy guys? I didn’t play Triangler, but this is definitely a game I’d like to join in. Check this out: Two teams of 5-to-100 players play a two-hour match in a city or rural area. The object of the game is to enclose enemy players with 2000-meter equilateral triangles [...]
The PR representative for the mobile division of Eidos Interactive has sent us the following press release, that we’re glad to publish to our readers.
A Techmeme article informs us about a mobile gaming news that definitely deserves being featured here: according to this Reuters article , Comverse Technology, has created in the last 6 months an application that runs Second Life on Java-enabled mobile phones, along with other software that allows integrated SMS and instant messaging and the streaming [...]
The ELSPA website (Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association) provides a monthly top of the most downloaded mobile games in the UK, thus being a pretty accurate java mobile gaming market monitor. Once in a while(that’s once a year, mind you!) they also compile a Top 50 list of mobile games downloads.
Via techmeme we get to a Techcrunch article about a very promising startup: TellMe. TellMe is a mobile local search service, much like Google Local Search. The key differentiating factor is that, unlike the very boring and annoying typing text messages or search queries, TellMe goes Java Mobile, and it does it reinventing the field: [...]