Following the surprisingly successful attempt by Candy Crush developer King.com to trademark the word “candy” in Europe, Apple is being buried in sweets! Sweet, sweet, candy titled games that is!
MacRumors reports that a source familiar with the project says that Major League Baseball will be rolling out thousands of iBeacons in ballparks around the country before opening day of the baseball season.
We reported earlier this week that Nintendo would not be releasing any of its games for the iOS or Android platforms. That is now Super Mario Brothers official.
Denver Broncos Tight End Julius Thomas will be using live-streaming social-media platform Hang w/ to stream his experiences from New York leading up to, and following Super Bowl XLVIII.
Apple has just released iOS 7.0.5 for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c users. The update corrects ‘network provisioning’ issues on Chinese carriers.
Google has been notifying some users of its Gmail for iOS app that a now-corrected software bug may have caused them to remove some messages by mistake.
Apple’s delayed rollout of its iOS in the Car initiative is reportedly a victim of Apple’s hardware-oriented corporate culture, says a new report from The Information’s Jessica E. Lessin.
Nintendo is just saying “nintend-oh hell no!” to reports that it plans to offer “mini-games” on iOS and other smartphone platforms.
SteelSeries began accepting pre-orders for its MFi-certified Stratus gaming controller earlier this month for $99.99. The controllers are available as of today, and they come with a welcome new feature, a lowered price of $79.99.
Apple has announced the expanded availability of its iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager, two education-oriented products from the company. The products are entering new markets, including Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
Our friends over at social app Hang w/ have announced that they’ve passed the always special one million download milestone. The entertaining app hit the million mark in only nine months, following a March 2013 debut.
Because iOS users don’t have enough streaming music services to choose from yet, Beats has launched its iOS app that will allow users to access its new Internet radio service.
Monday afternoon saw Apple release the fourth beta of iOS 7.1 to developers. While the new release focused on bug fixes and behind the scenes improvements, there were a few visual tweaks to the interface.
Apple Reportedly Readying iOS 7.1 Beta 4 Release to Developers As Soon as Tuesday (UPDATED: It’s Out!)
A Monday report from BGR says Apple may be close to releasing iOS 7.1 Beta 4 to developers, perhaps as soon as Tuesday. The new beta is reportedly already in the hands of testing partners.
Nintendo’s horrendous 2013 Wii U sales numbers may finally have pushed the company to make the move that so many iOS users have been longing to see – The company may finally move into the smartphone games market.
This smooth Romeo shows us all how as he uses a new iPhone and Siri to propose to his girlfriend on her birthday. She never had a chance…