Entries in 'Apple' (91)
Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian's startup Industrial Toys has received a sizable investment from Accel Partners to develop his new mobile title, Midnight Star.
Apple’s reputation as offering the most stable operating system around may not be accurate.
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
The Apple App Store now offers an 'Indie Game Showcase' page, highlighting noteworthy iOS titles developed by indie studios.
Flappy Bird will eventually see a return to mobile marketplaces, creator Dong Nguyen has confirmed.
Owners of Android and iOS devices are now able to compete against one another online.
An 8GB version of the supposedly ‘budget’ iPhone 5C is now available.
Apple has shortened its return policy for the iPhone from 30 to just 14 days.
Apple's App Store now displays in-app purchase warnings in its search results.
Having been defeated by Apple in more or less aspect of its business, Blackberry has decided to mock its rival over the iPhone’s battery life.
Top Gear: Race the Stig is due for release on iOS, Android and Windows Phone today.
An average of 60 Flappy Bird clones are uploaded onto the iTunes App Store every day, according to a new report.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to expand cross-platform functionality for its Xbox Live service onto iOS and Android platforms.
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New game submissions containing the word ‘Flappy’ are reportedly being rejected by both Apple and Google.
Microsoft has invested in location-based social network FourSquare to reportedly help develop the firm's rumoured voice-activated assistant app, Cortana.
True to his word, developer Doug Nguyen has removed smartphone hit Flappy Bird from app stores.
The developer of hit mobile sensation Flappy Bird has said he will be removing the game from all app stores following intense scrutiny of the title.
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.
51m iPhones and 26m iPads were sold by Apple in Q4 2013.
A game that saw players practicing plastic surgery on overweight patients has been removed from both the Apple and Google app stores.
A Federal Trade Commission complaint has Apple readying a pay out of at least $32.5m to consumers the company billed for unauthorized in-app purchases.
Having been released on the Apple App Store yesterday, Sega has now pulled Rhythm Thief & The Paris Caper from sale.
Apple has revealed that over $10bn was spent on its App Store throughout 2013.
Apple has named its editorial and commercial Games of the Year on iTunes.