Entries in 'iphone' (41)
iPhone and some Android owners are now able to play Hearthstone on their mobile phones.
Katamari Amore, Noby Noby Boy and Ridge Racer Accelerated are among several Bandai Namco games that will see all support terminated from next week.
The rest of the games industry should follow the lead of PC and tear down their walled gardens, argues Valve boss Gabe Newell.
Apple faces a fresh security threat with reports that the jailbreaking community has made a breakthrough in accessing newer iOS devices.
£11.9bn – that’s how much profit Apple made in its last quarter, representing the highest ever number for a publicly traded company.
Although Apple patents are not exactly rare, one that would bring an element of physical control to smartphone gaming is certainly worth paying attention to.
The cheapest price developers can charge for a paid-for app on iOS has been increased to 79p.
Blizzard has revealed that both the iPhone and Android smartphone versions of Hearthstone won’t now arrive this side of Christmas.
Apple has improved upon its recent quarterly disappointments by posting a strong sales period on the back of a record-breaking iPhone performance.
Apple’s latest handset has been approved for sale in China, after government concerns that the iPhone would allow US agencies to track user data were quashed.
As of today the iOS version of BioShock for iPhone and iPad has been cut in price.
Nintendo may finally be about to make its long-awaited jump onto iOS.
A full port of cult first person shooter BioShock has been announced for iOS.
Apple 's Q3 report has seen it beat earnings expectations but fall short of predicted iPhone and iPad sales.
2K Games has confirmed that the successor to Civilization Revolution will not be released on consoles.
iPhone and iPad users will soon have the option of connecting headphones via Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector.
Apple's Design Awards have recognised three of the year's most notable iOS game releases.
Simplistic and brilliant iOS game Blek has topped the iPhone charts this week.
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.