Your weekly roundup of the biggest stories in mobile and portable gaming, courtesy of your friends at Modojo.
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A new challenger has entered the digital CCG arena, and it's putting its first expansion in direct competition with Blizzard's behemoth.
Find out everything you need to know to collect all the Pink Coins, unlock all the characters, and get the most out of your Super Mario Run experience.
Whatever happened to the personal computer of tomorrow?
Nintendo was cautious in making games for smartphones, but that approach has paid dividends in 2016.
The wait is almost over for Mario on your mobile devices.
Shares of Apple Inc. rally over 7% in afterhours trading on a beat of lowered earnings expectations.
Men driven to madness waiting for a fresh batch of cards.
Apple has just announced a new version of its iPad Pro.
Apple is just a few hours away from making some major announcements, which could include a new iPhone, iPad, and updates to its Apple Watch.
According to sources, Apple is preparing to reveal three new products during an upcoming event taking place in March.
A fix for the dreaded Patron Warrior combo is coming to Hearthstone next week, but Blizzard may have gone too far by killing the deck entirely.
Apple has officially released iOS 9 today, and with it, vastly improving our experience with Siri, supporting multitasking, and more.
The Apple TV isn't the video game console upstart many hoped it would be. Or is it? It could be that Apple is playing a little set-top box slight of hand.
Shacknews sits down with Stieg Hedlund to find out what Chronoblade is all about.
Apple has announced a new iPad called the iPad Pro that features a large 12.9-inch display, a faster processor, and more.
Blizzard has revealed we'll be getting The Grand Tournament pretty soon, or not. They don't have an exact time, but at least we know it won't happen before 10am PT.
Not content with simply revealing Fallout 4 details, Bethesda goes the extra mile by releasing a Vault simulation game called Fallout Shelter, a mobile game that releases today.
Skylanders: Superchargers takes one of the oldest mechanics in video games--vehicle segments--and infuses it with its own brand of inventive toy-based twists.