Over the last few years’ iOS has offered a starting point for casual gamers. Little quirky games like Cut the Rope, Angry Birds and Peggle have shown people that gaming can be fun, effortless and addicting.
Guinness World Records have been dishing out the honours to Apple devices and services. The iPhone 4 was named the fastest selling portable gaming system on release when it sold a whopping 1.5m units in the first day compared to the previous holder, Nintendo’s DS at 500K over one week.
We mentioned the new iPod Nano could be getting a camera, but that could just be the icing on the cake. Apple has patented a Nano design with a wealth of environmental sensors.
Love StarCraft? Have an iPad? Gameloft’s new title, Starfront: Collision HD, may be just the thing for you! Released just today, It’s an RTS featuring beautiful graphics, and the gameplay promises to be good as well – and its multiplayer!
TechCrunch has reported on partnership talks between Apple and Nuance (makers of voice recognition technology), saying the deal may be well on its way, and might show its face at WWDC this summer.
Check out our favorite iPad apps of the game. Including iStriker, Dropbox, Planetary, and Feedly.
Do you need to know how to type a special character or increase your productivity on your Mac, iPhone or iPad? The mouse is overrated while the keyboard is your best friend. Here is a list of the most commonly used keyboard shortcuts and special characters that we find helpful and use on a daily basis.
Amazon quietly updated its Cloud Player web app to be compatible with Mobile Safari which means it now supports iOS devices.
Al Franken has just announced the witness list for next week’s hearing “Protecting Mobile Privacy: Your Smartphones, Tablets, Cell Phones and Your Privacy” before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy. I have maintained that this location thing with Apple is a non-issue, but Senator Franken wants some answers from Apple and Google.
We reported yesterday that the new iOS version, 4.3.3, is still vulnerable to the untethered jailbreak that the iPhone Dev-Team released for the previous iOS version. Dev-Team released the updated jailbreak tools today.
According to a tweet from Comex, Apple’s just-released update that addresses location tracking on iOS is still vulnerable to the latest untethered jailbreak, which comes as something of a surprise.
LogMeIn Ignition is one of those apps that people scoff at until they use it for themselves – the idea that you can control a high-res Mac with a 10″ iPad seems laughable. Then the magic begins. Read on for my full review.
It should come as no surprise, but it seems like Apple may be working on over-the-air updates for iPhone so we can finally cut the cord, almost.
There’s a new iOS game on the block. The game, Pac-Chomp, is best described as a mix between Pac-Man and Bejeweled. The only way to experience this game is to try it, and at just a buck, what have you got to lose? Bizarre, yes, but strangely addicting!
Apple has just released their iOS 4.3.3 update to the masses. The update does offer a fix for the location “tracking” issue, and presumable offers other slight tweaks and bug fixes, although this is not explicitly mentioned.