Entries in 'ipad' (227)
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Codemasters has released an iOS version of its successful console racer F1 2010.
Apple has announced its latest quarterly financial results, outperforming analyst forecasts thanks to strong sales of iPhone and iPad.
Apple has upped the cost of games and other downloads on the App Store platform.
Train Conductor and Train Conductor 2: USA have been hugely successful titles for freshman indie developer The Voxel Agents, just passing half a million paid sales and counting.
One of Australia's newest developers, Uppercut Games, has announced its first title 'Epoch' for iPhone 3GS and iPad 1 and up.
Publisher EA has for the first time detailed exactly how its freshly launched content portal Origin will work on iOS.
Flight Control has been the #1 paid iPhone app in at least 20 countries and is one of the largest success stories on the platform due to its casual appeal.
Famed Halo developer Bungie has revealed that a version of 1994 shooter Marathon is to be released on the iPad.
Apple's App Store pricing has single handedly rocked the foundations of the traditional games market, but Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says full-price $40 software could yet prevail on the platform.
Halo creators and now independent development studio Bungie has released its first title on the iOS platform.
EA is bolstering its mobile offering with new versions of its major franchises coming to the iPad and iPhone.
OnLive has announced the OnLive Player App to bring cloud gaming to tablets and smartphones.
Apple has boosted its iOS online gaming service Game Center with a bunch of new additions.
Sony has revealed its first two tablet devices which will launch this autumn.
The MCV iPad app has hit a new milestone this week with total subscribers passing the 6,500 mark, with 2,000 new issue downloads per week.
Apple has posted net profits of $5.99bn for the quarter ending March 31st – that a jump of nearly 100 per cent compared to the $3bn reported in the same ...
Security researchers unveiled the scandalous discovery that Apple's iPhone and iPad are recording the user's geographic location to a secret file.
One of the most ambitious retro game collections to hit smartphones has arrived in the Apple App Store today.
Owners of both the iPhone and iPad will be able to access glasses-free 3D visuals thanks to a new creation from developer Big Head Games.
The second generation of iPad will launch in the UK on the same day as Nintendo's 3DS.