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With rumors circulating that Apple will unveil the next iPhone in September, here's a look at what Apple's iPhone 6 needs to stay ahead of the game and beat off the competition.
Let's play the contrarian game. The world says that Apple's iPhone 5 launch will kick off the greatest upgrade cycle in the history of electronic devices. Here are the wild cards that could prove the analysts wrong.
Apple's tightened iPhone and iPad security meant advertisers had to seek alternative ways of targeting users with in-app ads. In a cat-and-mouse game, advertisers are succeeding.
Apple delivers a rare earnings miss as consumers waited for the iPhone 4S launch.
This is the Lego set for iPhone-toting grown-ups for Holiday 2011.
JumpinJack is an Ultimate Brain Booster Puzzle Game For All Ages. We Guarantee you will love it. Get into the journey with Jack who...
Finally, a Lego game for iPhone-toting grown-ups that gives them an excuse to play with the iconic bricks again this holiday season.
The next Apple iPhone may finally be coming to Sprint and if it does they have a few reasons to shout out that they are the best carrier for the iPhone, but coverage may not be one of them.
You are an astronaut who travels through space by jumping on planets and earning stars along the way to save yourself from the dangerous...
Don't let your eighth-grader trick you into buying mature games with risque content (like Duke Nukem Forever) with the free ESRB video game ratings mobile app for your iPhone or Android phone.
The latest Kinect hack is one that reminds us of the Windows Phone 7 and Xbox Kinect integration we saw from Microsoft earlier this week. In this case, however, Windows Phone has been replaced with iOS.
Verizon's iPhone launch is just enough to force this existing customer into the same waiting game we've been playing.
If you like to play games on an iPhone or other mobile device, you're more than aware at how difficult it is to search for and find great games or -- if you're making them -- getting them in front of people's eyeballs. Apple's new and bestsellers lists are the go-to resource for iPhone users and the Android store also has a list of newbies and top sellers, but outside of that, finding and/or promoting a game is generally an exercise in frustration.
Sony is a bit late to the game with this, but a Sony Reader mobile app for the iPhone and Android smartphones is headed our way in December.
Thanks to some new-found friendships with Nordstrom and Pong (not the video game), Case-mate has a slew of new protective cases headed our way for the iPhone 4 and 3GS, iPad and several BlackBerry models.
iOS 4.1 beta 3 was released to developers on Wednesday. Sadly the iPhone 3G or second-generation iPod touch devices won't be compatible with Apple’s Game Center app.
Google's Android platform is showing strong momentum and accounting for a nice chunk of global smartphone sales and even dominating in the U.S. But what's really telling is how the major platforms, Android, Apple and BlackBerry, are playing a game of installed bases.
Apple apparently has a game plan for dealing with iPhone 4 reception complaints--and it expressly prohibits giving customers free bumpers.
One of the more impressive demo's at Steve Jobs' keynote speech to announce the new iPhone today came in the form of a game of Jenga. Jobs used the game to illustrate the very cool Gyroscope feature, one that could really revolutionize what the makers of handheld games can do.
These are exciting times for Palm webOS with the possibility of a ton of apps and games being able to be ported from the iPhone thanks to the PDK. The first game I purchased thanks to the PDK is Cronk and I highly recommend you check it out.
Apple's iPhone brought an entire mobile economy along for the ride with its App Store. Now mobile apps are everywhere as multiple platforms including Google's Android, RIM's BlackBerry, Nokia's Symbian and Microsoft's Windows Phone systems play catch up. To win the app game, mobile players need to keep developers happy, make them money and delight customers.
The other night I went to play a game with my son. We were both disappointed to see that the dice were missing and almost put the game away--then we pulled out the iPhone.
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