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David Helgason, Unity Technologies CEO, has said that he believes Apple CEO Steve Jobs “doesn’t understand the economics of games development.”
Apple has removed a number of threads containing complaints about the iPhone 4 from its comment boards.
Could Apple recall the iPhone 4? Will they dish out free bumpers for everyone? Is there actually no problem at all and we’ve allowed ourselves all to be brought into ...
Apple has at long last issued a full response to the ongoing crisis enveloping the iPhone 4 and its antenna design. And here it is in full:
iPhone games developer Lima Sky says that its Doodle Jump game has now sold more than five million downloads on the App Store.
Apple has sold 1.7 million units of iPhone 4 since it was launched on June 24th, with the company claiming the launch to be the most successful in its history.
Apple could be on the cusp of bringing an abrupt end to the ongoing signal strength scandal that has dominated much of the coverage of the iPhone 4.
Having arrived in a number of key global markets last Thursday, the first hackers to have jailbroken the iPhone 4 are already boasting online.
Amidst the excitement and hype that greeted the launch of the iPhone 4 in a number of key global territories yesterday, a major concern was raised about a potential design ...
The iPhone 4 arrived in the UK this morning, with customers queuing from the early hours to be in with a chance of laying their hands on one.
Total global sales of Apple’s latest tech sensation,the iPad, have now reached 3m units in less than three months on the market.
More details are emerging about Nintendo's intended scope for its new 3DS handheld - with latest comments from Nintendo president Satoru Iwata suggestion newspaper and magazine content functions like those ...
Apple has announced that more than 600,000 people pre-ordered an iPhone 4 on Tuesday alone.
A hacker group called Goatse Security has succeeded in acquiring the email addresses of a large number of AT&T subscribers thanks to a security hole in the iPad.
Foxconn has indicated that the cost of increased wages for its suicidal employees must be shared by its international customers, including Dell, Apple and HP.
Steve Jobs has at long last given a public reveal to what is being called simply the iPhone 4.
Though next week’s E3 is likely to bring with it a whole host of headline-grabbing announcements, few will be able to match the global news meltdown that will accompany Steve ...
With early iPad sales indicating that Apple could have another global tech success on its hands, one industry notable has issued the most damning verdict yet of Nintendo’s future prospects ...
Apple says it has sold more than two million iPads since launching the device on 3 April.
Retailers have braced themselves for an iPad sales rush as the potentially lucrative device goes on sale in the UK for the first time today.