Entries in 'iphone' (374)
A new section of the Apple website dedicated to video games has gone live.
The Daily Mail has published an article claiming professional gangs of traders are buying up vast quantaties of the UK's iPhone 4 stock and shipping it abroad.
Apple has extended an olive branch to its army of app developers by relaxing restrictions on how games are made.
Apple has released the iOS 4.1 firmware upgrade for iPhone owners giving them access to Game Center.
Zavvi.com customers can now purchase goods more easily from the online retailer courtesy of its new iPhone app.
Miniclip has opened a new business unit focused on mobile, initially with iOS and Android, with more smartphone platforms to follow.
PR and marketing firm Reverb Communications has settled charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission over deceptive reviews on Apple's App Store.
Cult Japanese developer Cave has published its second game on Apple’s App Store.
Rovio is reported to be approaching Hollywood studios with a view to make it's iPhone hit Angry Birds into a movie.
Disney subsidiary Tapulous has launched its latest premium Tap Tap Revenge music game for iPhone - Katy Perry Revenge.
Mobile games publisher Gameloft has announced that it is to release a PSP version of its popular mobile FPS NOVA.
Having proven to be one of the most successful third-party titles on the Wii and DS, publisher 2K Games has released a version of Carnival Games on iPhone and iPod ...
Hit iPhone game Angry Birds has now sold more than 6.5m downloads on the App Store, according to developer Rovio.
John Carmack, the co-founder and technical director of id Software, has confirmed that his studio’s upcoming first person shooter Rage will be released on iPhone.
System 3 has announced it will be releasing a new version of Putty Squad this autumn.
Traditional handheld games consoles are in decline with 1m fewer devices produced this year compared to 2009.
Online retailer ShopTo.net has released a downloadable app for iPhone users.
The man in charge of iPhone hardware design at US tech company Apple has left the company, it has been confirmed.
Apple is poised to buy a Chinese web game developer for almost $150m, according to a new report.
Oxford tech studio and developer NaturalMotion has secured a deal with KFC that will see the fast-food giant sponsor a free version of the morpheme company's Backbreaker game.
Just days after the US Government deemed the ‘jailbreaking’ of mobile handsets to be legal, the first hack for the iPhone 4 has gone live.
Japanese publisher Capcom has reported income of YEN 216m for the quarter ending June 30th 2010 – a 94.8 per cent drop on the same period in 2009.