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UPDATE: According to Eurogamer, Apple has since refunded the full £1710.43 'as the purchases were clearly unintentional.'
Parents who’ve felt the pain of an unexpected Apple App Store bill after letting their most dearest loose with their iDevice are in luck.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games reveal the opportunities in casual games in 2013.
Web analytics company StatCounter reports that Apple is now the leading mobile OEM for global web usage, bagging a 25.9 per cent share in January 2013.
If Gabe Newell is to believed, the biggest threat facing the living room PC is Apple.
A 128GB version of the iPad 4 has been officially announced by Apple.
Apple is on the ropes as customers flock from iOS to Android, right? Perhaps not.
Apple has stuck to its word and begun to cut ties with Chinese suppliers who are found to employ underage workers.
Analyst Peter Misek believes that iPhone 6 is preparing to enter production ahead of its release in June/July.
Former Apple PR boss Nick Grange is heading up a new division at UK PR agency W.
Apple has cut its iPhone 5 component orders by half due to ‘weaker-than-expected’ demand.
Annual growth of 35 per cent is expected to further increase Samsung’s lead over former market leader Apple in 2013.
Rumours suggest that Apple might drop its iPhone 5 design completely and launch a fully-redesigned iPhone later this year.
ComScore data suggests that Samsung will soon bypass Apple to become the top choice smartphone brand in the UK.
Ubisoft’s expert handling of its Rayman IP on iPhone has been named as Apple’s iPhone Game of the Year for 2012 in the UK.
Games Radar opens up shop down under this week, while THQ staff resurface at Bluemouth and Android overtakes Apple.
“Eighty per cent of our revenues are from products that didn’t exist 60 days ago.”
It’s not often that you get to see the Activision logo on your iDevice screen.
The next generation of consoles will struggle to prosper unless Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo adapt their way of business.
Apple’s range of iDevices dominate the Christmas lists of kids aged 6-12 in the US.
A request from German company Ravensburger could lead to the renaming of dozens of apps on the Apple App Store.
The tide turning? Or an expected Apple lull as it transitions from the iPhone 4S to the iPhone 5?