Motorola Invests in HTML5 Mobile Gaming Company
Motorola Mobility continued its streak of investments in and acquisitions of mobile content companies today by announcing a new investment in a mobile gaming company called Moblyng. Specifically, Moblyng makes HTML5-based games for a number of different platforms, including Android, iOS, webOS and Facebook. Motorola didn't say how much it invested in Moblyng. In recent weeks, Motorola has invested in Catch Media and acquired 3LM — both mobile content companies.
Review: Motorola Moto Gamepad for Moto Z2 Force
If you live for mobile gaming, the Motorola Moto Gamepad may be the accessory you need to take your gameplay to the next level. It includes a full roster of buttons, joysticks, and toggles in order to take full control of the mobile gaming experience.
Motorola Shows Off New Mods for Moto Z Phone
Motorola today announced several new Moto Mods that are compatible with the Moto Z series of handsets. The first is a new battery pack with a unique design.
Google Debuts YouTube Gaming
Google today unveiled YouTube Gaming, a dedicated video service that will focus on gamers. The site will have its own search algorithms so results focus on games.
Verizon Buys Into AwesomenessTV to Bolster Mobile Video
Verizon has agreed to acquire a 24.5% equity stake in AwesomenessTV and will use the platform to add unique content to its go90 mobile video service. DreamWorks and Hearst will maintain 51% and 24.5% shares, respectively, in AwesomenessTV.
Motorola to Let Others Make Mods for Z Droids
Motorola today showed off the Z Droid and Z Droid Force handsets, which are compatible with magnetic modules that attach to the back. The Z Droid and Z Droid Force will have access to a handful of Moto Mods at launch, but Motorola hopes other companies will make Mods, too.