ECTS Roundup: Gamers go mobile

ECTS, Europe's leading trade expo for the interactive entertainment industry, is the place to see the Christmas line-ups from all the top publishers and catch a glimpse of next year's hottest titles
Written by ZDNet UK, Contributor
This year's ECTS was a wireless gamer's dream come true with all the major vendors showing just how wireless technology is going to affect our lives in the coming years. Read the stories below for a taste of what's ahead. NEWS, live from the show floor Mobile gaming takes over the world
Tue, 05 Sep 2000
Four out of five users -- 200 million people -- will be playing games on their mobiles by 2005. Xbox promises power with 733 Pentium III
Tue, 05 Sep 2000
The Xbox will give gamers all the power they need with a little help from Microsoft buddy Intel. Wireless gaming is where it is at... Motorola shows off its wares...
Tue, 05 Sep 2000
Games on GPRS and UMTS devices. nVidia wants it all Tue, 05 Sep 2000
nVidia wants to spearhead the adoption of 3D graphics for, well, for as many applications as possible. Intel's new toys
Mon, 04 Sep 2000
Intel puts down its chips for a day and instead demonstrates interactive cameras and microscopes for the kids... Pre-paid 'credit' card for the Web
Mon, 04 Sep 2000
Kids and teenagers can finally pay for stuff on the Net, with World Online's pre-paid 'scratch' cards. PHOTOS Motorola WAP and GPRS devices with games -- Photos
Tue, 05 Sep 2000
The future of gaming is mobile according to Motorola. For detailed coverage of all ECTS goings on, click here for Gamespot UK What do you think? Tell the Mailroom. And read what others have said.
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