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itsmy.TV Gamecenter launched on devices of international CE-manufacturers with FOXXUM

itsmy.TV, the cloud-based TV games service for internet-ready devices from Munich, starts with a wide range of games for the whole family on the Smart TV platforms of FOXXUM and…

Domino’s sponsors X Factor app

Domino’s sponsors X Factor app

ITV, FremantleMedia UK and Syco have revealed that Domino’s pizza will be the headline sponsor of The X Factor app for the 2013 series. The Domino’s brand will run across…

Tottenham Hotspur ‘Turfies’ take on Moshi Monsters

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has announced the launch of a ground-breaking new entertainment platform that has been specially developed to engage young fans by capturing the imagination of 7-10 year…

20m active mobile gamers in UK

20m active mobile gamers in UK

There are now 20 million monthly active mobile gamers in the UK, and 6.2 million who play on their smartphones almost every day, according to a report from market research…

AT&T anti-piracy patent

US telco AT&T has patented a method which enables the detection of copyright-infringing files that are sent over its network in real-time, which could then enable the transfer to be…

France Télévisions selects Visiware for the interactivity and gamification of the Tour de France

For the 100th Tour de France, as part of its multi-screen digital production, France Télévisions has joined forces with Visiware in order to offer, on second screens (computers and tablets),…

LOVEFiLM ditches game rentals

LOVEFiLM ditches game rentals

VoD and rental service Lovefilm has confirmed it is to stop offering video games to its customers, and will now focus solely on movies and TV. LOVEFiLM confirmed the news…

Sony unveils PS4

Sony unveils PS4

Sony has unveiled the PlayStation 4, its first new console in seven years, taking the battle to Microsoft with a lower-priced machine, original content and fresh titles. The PS4 will…

Sky: “No plans” to bundle Xbox One

Sky: “No plans” to bundle Xbox One

Sky has refuted reports that it was close to making a deal with Microsoft to put the new Xbox One console into homes at a vastly reduced price. Specialist site…

Boku bring mobile payments to PlayJam

Boku bring mobile payments to PlayJam

Boku, a specilaist in online mobile payments, has formed a partnership with PlayJam – global platform for games on TV. The partnership brings carrier billing to smart televisions and other…

Microsoft unveils “ultimate” Xbox One

Microsoft unveils “ultimate” Xbox One

Microsoft has unveiled Xbox One, an all-in-one gaming and entertainment system it claims has been created for today and the next generation. Describing the device as “the ultimate all-in-one home…

Samsung acquires MOVL

Samsung has acquired up MOVL, a company known for smart TV games and its TV app development platform. Samsung acquired the Atlanta-based startup last month but hasn’t been reported until…

Smartphone, tablet game downloads to triple by 2017

Smartphone, tablet game downloads to triple by 2017

Data from Juniper Research has revealed that by 2017 there will be 64.1 billion games downloaded onto smartphones and tablet devices – over 3 times that of 2012, which stood…

Angry Birds head for the Cloud

Rovio Entertainment, the creator of the globally successful Angry Birds franchise, has selected the Brightcove Video Cloud online video platform to support the launch of its Angry Birds Toons animated…

Amlogic, PlayJam bring Android Games Network to TV

Amlogic, the specialists in providing embedded solutions to the TV industry, and PlayJam have announced a strategic alliance to extend the reach of the PlayJam Games Network through the Amlogic…