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  • Blog Post: Apple Announces Details, Pricing For iPad Air 2 And iPad Mini 3

    Apple has confirmed the specs, pricing, and release dates for its latest tablet hardware revisions. Both the iPad Air and the iPad Mini are getting new versions that will be shipping before the end of next week. The iPad Air 2 includes a new A8X chip (an upgraded version of the chip found in the iPhone... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On Wearable Gaming Technology That Could Be Moved Over To Apple Watch

    Apple only officially announced its Apple Watch today , but Electronic Arts already has ideas for the wearable technology. In an interview with CNET , Frank Gibeau – head of EA's mobile efforts – confirmed the company's interest in Apple's new device. Gibeau said that EA has two... More
  • Blog Post: Introducing Apple Watch

    Apple's press conference appeared to be over after many of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus' functions were detailed, but the show went on when the message "One more thing..." appeared onscreen. That one more thing is the Apple Watch. This wearable device is customizable, allowing consumers... More
  • Blog Post: MOBA Vain Glory Coming To iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus

    New developer Super Evil Megacorp took to Apple's stage during today's iPhone 6 reveal to announce a new MOBA called Vain Glory. This multiplayer game is developed exclusively for the new iPhones, and pits two teams against one another in a war to be the first to destroy the opposing base's... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Reveals Two New iPhones

    Today at its press conference in Cupertino, CA, Apple revealed two new iPhones. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 has a screen resolution of 1334 x 750. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6+ "phablet" features a full HD display. To take advantage of the bigger display, the home screens now work horizontally as well as... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Where's The Best Place To Play Diablo III?

    When it comes to putting in some quality time with Diablo III, there are a lot of choices – especially after this week. Where's the best place to play? Diablo III has seen a bit of a resurgence in interest this week, thanks to the release of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Card Game Coming To iPad

    First, you had to buy physical cards. Then the Pokémon trading card game went onlin e , expanding to an even broader audience. Soon, even more players will be able to battle when the Pokémon TCG is released on iPad. That's the news coming out of the Pokémon World Championships... More
  • Blog Post: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Coming To iOS

    Soon, you'll be able to play Capcom's recent courtroom adventure on your Apple device. Capcom Unity just delivered the news that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, which is already available on iOS in Japan, will be coming to Apple devices in North America and Europe. So specific... More
  • Blog Post: The Term ‘Free-To-Play' Might Be On Its Way Out

    Earlier this month, the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority issued a ruling that may have far-reaching implications for free-to-play games. The organization deemed that EA’s use of the word “free” with regard to Dungeon Keeper Mobile (a title that uses in-app microtransactions... More
  • Blog Post: Mobile Stealth Title République Goes Free This Week

    Camoflaj's first mobile app had players assisting a sentient AI named Hope as she escaped a containment facility. If you were hesitant to jump into the games first episode when it released, now is the perfect time, because it won't cost you a dime. For a week, the game won't even cost you... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Endless Runner Record Run Now Available On iOS

    A new mobile game from Rock Band and Dance Central creators Harmonix is now available on Apple platforms. In keeping with Harmonix's body of work, Record Run creates endless runner levels based on the music stored on the user's iPhone or iPad. It works with most format, excluding older Apple... More
  • Blog Post: EA Confronting Security Phishing Scam

    Update: We've received a comment from an official source at Electronic Arts, who both confirms the existence of the threat, and indicates that any future such attempts should not be possible. “We have found it, we have isolated it, and we are making sure such attempts are no longer possible... More
  • Blog Post: Twitch And Gameloft Partner Bring Livestreaming to iOS

    Gameloft's Asphalt 8: Airborne for iOS will be the first iOS game with the ability to livestream gameplay to the popular online service. Asphalt 8 has the ability to embed part of the new Twitch app for iOS into the game itself, letting players stream their gameplay, as well as audio and video of... More
  • Blog Post: Google Play Update To Allow Cross-Platform Multiplayer With iOS

    A new update to Google Play game services will make it easier for developers to create games that support multi-platform mobile multiplayer. Google Play's back-end tools have received an update that allows developers to manage leader boards and achievements across platforms, as well as support multiplayer... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Amazon's Android Box Coming In March

    A multifunctional, Android-powered, set-top device from Amazon, which we first reported on last year , is still in the works. Not only that, but it is reportedly being prepped for a March release. According to Recode , the WebTV unit is being positioned to compete with Apple TV and Roku. It would allow... More
  • Blog Post: Flappy Bird Is No Longer Available To Download

    Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen made good on yesterday's promises . Flappy Bird is no longer available on iTunes, or the Android marketplace. You can still search for the game on iTunes , as well as the Android marketplace , but you will be directed to pages that look like this: Yesterday, creator... More
  • Blog Post: Flappy Bird Creator Is Pulling The Game Down

    The creator of the popular iOS and Android game Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, has decided to pull the game from iTunes and the Android marketplace. I am sorry 'Flappy Bird' users, 22 hours from now, I will take 'Flappy Bird' down. I cannot take this anymore. — Dong Nguyen (@dongatory... More
  • Blog Post: Virtue's Last Reward Developers Bring Visual Interactive Novel To iOS

    Spike Chunsoft, the developers behind 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and its sequel Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward recently published an interactive novel called Banshee's Last Cry on iOS devices. It's not quite a game, but it does have interactive elements with the ability... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Microsoft Bringing Cortana's Voice To Bing Search On Smartphones

    According to a report, Microsoft is infusing its mobile Bing app with voice functionality - and Halo's fictional AI hottie Cortana has been cast in the starring role. In short, Cortana will being going head-to-head with Apple's Siri. According to MSFTNerd : "Cortana will be voiced by Jen... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Apple Signs FTC Consent Decree

    In-app purchases are part of the mobile ecosystem, but Apple drew attention from the FTC regarding the steps it was taking to keep children from making unauthorized purchases. Though the affair began years ago (and led to a lawsuit in which Apple settled), the company has now reportedly signed an FTC... More
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