Entries in 'ipad' (216)
Ahead of Frozen Synapse’s iPad launch later this week, UK-based developer Mode 7 has shared lifetime sales numbers for its indie turn-based tactics game.
The tablet computer industry – and in turn the iPad – will be dead within five years, the boss of Blackberry has claimed.
A net profit of $9.5bn for the quarter ending March was not enough to see Apple avoid its first quarterly profit decline in a decade.
While the iPad may still be able to lay claim to dominion over the UK tablet market, the growing popularity of Android tablets has led to a ten per cent ...
Touchscreen need not play second fiddle to physical controls in the first person shooter sector, DeNA’s Ben Cousins argues.
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.
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.
Valve wants to bring Dota 2 to tablets, but the existing tech won't allow for it quite yet.
Zoombugs has released a new Manchester United themed app on the Apple App Store.
Apple’s range of iDevices dominate the Christmas lists of kids aged 6-12 in the US.
OpenFeint, the first real equivalent of Xbox Live on smartphone, is to be closed on December 14th.
One of the more popular iOS games of late has been forced to drop its free-to-play model and instead ask players to pay up front.
Be warned, dear readers – a cunning scam is currently thriving in the US that tricks punters into buying a fake iPad.
The iOS version of Microsoft’s Smartglass is now available to download on the Apple App Store.
Apple has announced some impressive numbers for its two newest iPad SKUs over the weekend.
The on-going strength of iPad and iPhone has propelled Apple to yet another quarter of astonishing profits.
Gearbox’s iOS Borderlands spin-off has at last been detailed and given a release date of October 31st.
The iPad Mini. Well, that’s not a surprise, is it? But the new iPad 4? We admit – we had no idea that one was coming.
Former Windows Phone exclusive DoDonPachi Maximum is to be released on iOS this week.
A UK judge has ordered Apple, to publicly apologise to rival Samsung.
Chillingo has teamed up with Mattel and developer Glitchsoft to give He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe, the long-overdue iOS treatment.
The best thing is, you can’t bury digital games in the desert!
Sega’s classic arcade and Dreamcast hit Crazy Taxi is screeching its way onto iOS.
This week's MCV is now available to download - and it is jam-packed with features and stories, including our bumper 10-page guide to the DVD and Blu-ray sector.