Entries in 'iphone' (48)
Mobile platformer Leo’s Fortune has made it to the top of both the iPad and iPhone UK charts.
While Apple’s iPhone continues to grow its sales, its iPad tablets are failing to do the same.
Documents unearthed as part of a US legal battle between Apple and Samsung have revealed the distasteful truth underpinning some corporate strategy.
Microsoft’s new Xbox boss thinks Xbox is the key to Microsoft’s reversal of its recent struggles.
Apple has shortened its return policy for the iPhone from 30 to just 14 days.
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.
51m iPhones and 26m iPads were sold by Apple in Q4 2013.
Becoming a third party publisher is not the easy answer to reversing Nintendo’s ongoing problems, president Satoru Iwata has argued.
Apple has named its editorial and commercial Games of the Year on iTunes.
For the first time in 11 years Apple has posted an annual decline in earnings.
In a delightful corporate faux pas, the CEO of T-Mobile has been caught seemingly ‘exaggerating’ his love for Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 3.
Apple has asked HMV to remove its new music downloading app from the iOS App Store – and the retailer has said no.
Consumers are now able to trade-in their old iPhones at Apple stores in the UK.
A DualShock controller is not needed to play the entirety of upcoming PS3 exclusive Beyond: Two Souls.
Activision has topped the iPad chart with mobile Call of Duty entry, Strike Team.
iPhone owners are now able to trade-in their handsets in exchange for store credit at Apple stores.
iPhone owners wanting to upgrade to a new handset could be about to receive a new money-saving deal from Apple.
Apple looks set to officially unveil its new iPhone line-up next month.
Elliott Myers, the creator of the Gametrak motion controller, has launched his latest gaming endeavour – iPhone accessory and game Looksi Pups.
Apple has posted higher than expected profit amidst growing sales of its iPhone 5.
Infinity Blade II and Tiny Wings are just some of the games you can download for free today as part of the iOS App Store's 5th birthday celebrations.
Peter Driessen, co-founder of Spil Games, believes that advertisers hold the key to the global acceptance of HTML5 as they look to capitalise on the explosion in mobile gaming.
Codemasters’ cult rally franchise Colin McRae is to return!