Games & Graphics Unplugged

Maestri, George
May 2009
Computer Graphics World;May2009, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The author discusses the innovations in computer graphics technology, with emphasis on high-end graphics on portable devices like cellular telephones and mobile gaming devices. He notes that startup firm Ngmoco is devoting itself exclusively to gaming for Apple iPhone. He cites that the Blackberry smartphone has a large touch screen and a lot more graphics capability. Information on the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system and Android phones from Google are given.


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