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You have to take the free trial before you start paying for Apple Arcade.

How to get Apple Arcade on your iPhone, and gain access to a wide selection of new games

You can get Apple Arcade on your iPhone simply by signing up for it through the App Store, where it costs $4.99 a month after a free trial.
It's easy to connect an Xbox One controller to your iPad with Bluetooth.

How to use an Xbox One controller on your Android phone or tablet by pairing it with Bluetooth

You can use an Xbox One controller on an Android device to play games, use apps, and even browse the web. Here's how to pair it.
It only takes a few taps to get Apple Arcade on your iPad.

How to get Apple Arcade on your iPad, and gain access to a wide selection of new games

You can get Apple Arcade on your iPad through the App Store, where the Arcade has its own curated section. It costs $4.99 a month after a free trial.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announces details about Apple TV Plus on stage Tuesday.

Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade are coming to Singapore – here’s when and how much they’ll cost

Both will be priced from S$6.98 per month in Singapore.

Professional gamers like Ninja use this music game to practice their aim and improve their mouse skills — Here’s how you can play for free...

"Osu!" is an addictive music game with tons of customization options, and it will push your motor skills to the limit.

We haven’t seen the most powerful phone of 2019 yet — but it’s coming

Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 855 Plus chip will give a little extra performance over phones of 2019 so far.
"Pokémon Masters" is a new game coming to iOS and Android.

‘Pokémon Masters’ brings 3-on-3 battles to your phone with iconic characters from the series

Launching this summer for iOS and Android, "Pokémon Masters" will let players battle legendary trainers from past Pokémon games.

There’s a new ‘Mario Kart’ game coming to smartphones this summer, and Android users will be able to try it first for free

Nintendo plans to release "Mario Kart Tour" later this summer, and Android users will be the first to try the game during a beta test in May.

It’s official: Singaporeans spend the most time playing video games in all of Asia – skipping out on sleep and meals, study finds

38 per cent of Singaporean gamers would quit their jobs and become professional gamers – if they could support themselves by doing so.

The next Elder Scrolls game to arrive won’t be a follow-up to ‘Skyrim’ — it’s a smartphone RPG called ‘Blades̵...

'Blades' will be available on mobile and tablet platforms upon release, before eventually launching on console, PC, and VR systems.