The 2012 Summer Olympic Games are just around the corner, and while it may seem like a pipe-dream for most of us, London 2012 for iOS allows us to take a shot at the competition, from the comfort of our mobile device!
A growing number of handset makers are incorporating mobile payment systems into their smartphones, yet Apple has seemed reluctant to dive in. A new report tells why company executives have chose to “go-slow”.
After settling Proview, Apple has got another Chinese lawsuit on its hands, and this time it’s to do with Siri. Filed by Shanghai based Zhizhen Network Technology on June 26, it relates to patents filed for “a type of instant messaging chat bot system” called Xiao Bot in 2004, which were approved in 2006.
Security firm Kaspersky Labs reported today that it had been alerted to an app that was available on both Apple’s App Store, and the Google Play store for Android that would harvest users’ address book contacts and then send them to the developers servers for use in text spam.
For the third installment in the franchise, M2M Entertainment has recently released AstroWings3-ICARUS, this time playing as the heroine, Hera.
As Apple and Google continue to grapple with each other over domination of the mobile, comScore’s latest research provides some very compelling insight into how the race is going revealing that iOS is currentky gaining share at twice Android’s rate.
The iOS platform has been a breeding ground for time-consuming games. Quick Bob brings a blend of speed and focus gaming to your iDevice, but is it worth it?
On Monday, Sony Computer Entertainment bought cloud-based game streaming company Gaikai for around $380 million. Should Apple look into developing or purchasing a game streaming service to stream games to its line of iOS devices? Killian Bell of Cult of Mac thinks so, and tells us why.
In recent years, the popularity of side-scrolling video games has greatly decreased, but thanks to the rising popularity of iOS devices as a gaming platform, games like AutoPilot are looking to change our perception of side-scrollers.
Apple has grabbed an increasingly larger share of mobile devices being tracked by Net Applications, reaching a whopping 65 percent in June. The 65.27 percent share was up from 62.65 percent in May.
Angry Birds creator Rovio is working on it’s next big project – and this time, it has nothing to do with irritated fowl!
Loyalty to Apple runs so deep in iPhone and iPad users, and they are so unlikely to switch to another platform that one analyst has estimated their total collective value at nearly $295 billion.
Many prefer the new Google Chrome for iOS it to the Mobile Safari browser built into iOS. Unfortunately, due to Apple’s restrictions, users are still stuck using Mobile Safari as their default browser. A new jailbreak tweak, however, seeks to change all that.
I love Siri, but I have to admit, she has a ways to go… Now an analyst and his team have conducted a “Siri-es” of tests with Siri. (See what I did there?) They say Apple’s personal assistant isn’t quite reliable enough to entirely replace text input with Google.
Although Google Chrome for iOS has been available for less than 24 hours (released yesterday afternoon), it has already risen through the ranks to become the number one free app on the App Store chart for both iPhone and iPad!
Following the release of Google Chrome yesterday, the folks at iMore decided to put it to the test to determine if it’s really as awesome as many hoped it would be. Even better, they’ve put together a video so you can see for yourself!