Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today announced that Facebook will acquire popular photo-sharing service Instagram for $1 billion, marking Facebook’s first major acquisition.
New estimates project that there were 21 million iOS devices in China at the end of 2011, with the bulk of these devices concentrated in the country’s biggest urban centers.
Wow, we are at week 10 of “Siri Says the Darndest Things”! And to think there were those who said it wouldn’t last. Well as we throw a mighty “PHBBBBT!” to those nattering nabobs of negativism, please enjoy another visit with that wacky girl we all know and love, Siri.
We have hooked up with iCandi Apps to give away 5 copies of The Night Sky – a great app to help you identify stars, galaxy, constellations, and more! The Night Sky would normally set you back $3.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
Security researcher Gareth Wright made an unsettling discovery earlier this week, finding that Facebook’s iOS app has a security hold that could allow others to access your login information.
Throughout the history of the App Store, a few notable apps have risen above the rest, generating incredible download numbers and an incredible amount of cash.The latest app to join the big leagues is Draw Something by OMGPOP.
A great amount of flash and online games have made their way to iOS and more so, the app store. Coign of Vantage, the popular flash game launched in 2008, is another example of one of these titles, finally gets imported to iOS.
There’s a good number of physics-based puzzlers on the app store with great gameplay, but very few of these puzzlers focus on the graphics. Developer, Crytek who are know for such games as Far Cry and Crysis, step into the iOS game with their new venture, Fibble.
Anandtech’s recent iPad review spells out a fascinating possibility – an Apple-official physical game controller for iOS. In the review, the publication reveals that they have knowledge of an internal project for Apple to build such a controller.
There’s a new word game on the scene for iPhone and iPad. Called Dabble, the game is unique in both design and gameplay. But the game itself isn’t the most interesting part of the story, it’s the developer, 85-year-old man George Weiss.
A recent controversial girl-stalking app, which used Foursquare and Facebook data to allow strangers to track and contact girls without their knowledge, has been removed from the App Store over obvious privacy concerns.
Welcome to week 9 of “Siri Says the Darndest Things”. If we were a television show we’d already be in reruns. Which is OK, as I have the nagging feeling I’ve posted some of these before, but let’s face it,…
Angry Birds Space has been rocking the App Store like nobody’s business since it was launched last Thursday, and now Rovio has announced that the app was downloaded over 20 million times in its first week!
The mobile platform war between Google and Apple continues to rage on – but is that really a smart move for Google? According to a new report, Google has earned a whopping four times as much revenue from Apple’s iOS platform than their own Android platform!
Wish drawing on the iPad were a little more like real paper? Fiftythree has released a new app called Paper – a brand new drawing experience for the iPad that’s designed to make you feel more like you’re working with actual paper than a touchscreen.
Apple is rumored to be developing a new device with a 5-inch Retina Display, which will allegedly ship in 2013, and have a resolution of either 1280X960 or 1600X960. Apple is said to working with LCD suppliers to prepare for the device.