Nobody can argue that mobile gaming has a market. The real question is if it can compete with today's console based systems like the Xbox 360 or the PS3. Mobile gaming is not a new idea but has been redefined in the last five years. With the development of the iPhone and the Android operating system, mobile gaming has progressed to become a fierce competitor among console based systems. Many technology producers are turning to mobile devices to enter not only a new market but a new era of gaming.
Video games are becoming more and more popular among children and teens as gaming technology continues to improve. With every passing year, society moves farther away from the days of Pong when gaming was in its most infantile stage. Now the parents who grew up in the earliest days of video games are lost in a sea of "Call of Duty" and "Halo" releases that their kids seem to master with ease. For those who have been unable to keep up with the gaming curve, here is a brief glossary of terms every gamer is familiar with.