Published on November 28th, 2013 | by James Smythe


Going Mobile, tech on the go

As technology begins to advance and our reliance on more mobile technology increases, it becomes more and more important for us to be able to have ‘tech on the go’ to ensure we don’t miss out on a moment of the services and commodities we love the most. One of favourite on the go resources we all like to reach for is games, the gaming and gaming betting industry is amidst a boom at the moment, according to The Nation the increase in the smartphone and tablet market which has led to a growth spurt in the gaming industry. Furthermore, if the latest statistics about The Thai digital-gaming market is anything to go by, then the growth is as large as 10%, which translates into approximately Bt4billion.

A prime example of how mobile technology has altered the gaming industry can be seen in the responsive  Metro Casino website, which easily allows its users to access the games they love whenever they want, wherever they are. Another fine example is the transition of Street Fighter from consoles, PCs, and online, to native apps. This classic game, which has an enormous following, is rated as one of the best gaming apps you can currently download. According to high authority gaming sites, such as IGN and Gizmodo, it’s a great edition to anyone’s gaming arsenal that looks, sounds, and plays as good as the original series.

However, the popularity of these games in relation to smartphones is a lot more complex than simply being something you can engage with while on the move. In addition to having the flexibility to use your mobile devices whenever you want, you also have the convenience of how easy it is to access Wi-Fi in facilities and on services such as the London Underground which has helped facilitate this growth. High numbers of people commute on a daily basis, whether it’s for work, education, and/or leisure, we’re normally on the go, therefore nearly all public transport has adapted and accommodated service users by providing Wi-Fi. This in turn means we are better connected, and can enjoy popular games at faster service speeds, with either little or no delays in how they play.

About the Author

I am a UK tech blogger and have been in the industry for over 5 years now running Mighty Gadget, its sister sites and contributing to other sites around the web.

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