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Samsung on track to eclipse Apple in smartphone market in 2013

ComScore data suggests that Samsung will soon bypass Apple to become the top choice smartphone brand in the UK. For the three months ending October 2013 Apple claimed a 28 per cent share of total UK smartphone subscribers aged 13 and above. That’s a year-on-year gain of 1.5 per cent. …

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Rayman Jungle Run wins Apple Game of 2012 Award on iPhone

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. Rayman Jungle Run was released in September and did a superb job of bringing the trademark colourful visuals and gameplay seen in the console versions to …

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Pokédex for iOS arrives… for £17.45

The Pokmon Company International has today confirmed the release of Pokdex for iOS. Described as an illustrated encyclopaedia of more than 640 Pokmon characters”, the app offers a ton of detail about the virtual critters including where they can be found and how best to evolve them. The initial download …

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Who’s Capcom gonna call? Ghostbusters!

Capcom has tasked studio Beeline Interactive with making a brand new Ghostbusters game, which is due out in early 2013. The Ghostbusters brand was chosen in particular as Capcom hopes it will appeal to a male audience – an ideal counter to Smurf’s Village’s female heavy user base. Beeline has …

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Activision releases The Bowling Dead on the Apple App Store

It’s not often that you get to see the Activision logo on your iDevice screen. Last night Activision Mobile Publishing released free-to-play title The Bowling Dead onto the Apple App Store. As the name might suggest, the release combines two fan favourites – zombies and bowling. Players have to manage …

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iOS recaptures US smartphone crown thanks to iPhone 5

New data from Kantar Worldpanel suggests that the launch of the iPhone 5 has propelled iOS back into the leading position in the US handheld market. For the 12 weeks ending October 28th iOS claimed a 48.1 per cent share of US smartphone sales, leaving Android with 46.7 per cent. …

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