Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’
Today I got an email from an EA Mobile representative collecting data from respondents on the current perception of EA Mobile in the industry. Thinking about it, it’s actually really rare for anyone from the giant gaming outfits to take time to ask what we think. Communication is typically pretty one-sided, with information controlled behind sanitized press releases and embargoes.
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My Open Response to EA Mobile Regarding the Perception of Their Company
Love it or hate it, Swing Copters [ Free ] has been glued to the top of the charts since it was released last week. Much like Flappy Bird , Swing Copters launched with some ridiculous difficulty levels. Fast movement, huge hit boxes, instant death, and more all combined to make a game that was brutal.
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‘Swing Copters’ Gets Way Easier in New Update
Over the weekend at SXSW in Austin, Gearbox and Telltale Games sat down at a panel to dish out new details on their upcoming collaboration Tales from the Borderlands , a new episodic game which the two companies announced this past December. Tales from the Borderlands will take place after the story of Borderlands 2 , but won’t focus on any of that story’s main characters (though familiar faces will still make appearances).
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Gearbox and Telltale Reveal ‘Tales from the Borderlands’ Details at SXSW
After releasing an Android internet Speed Test app last November, the FCC has now released a similar app for iOS .
When Namco Bandai announced their new app Rakoo’s Adventure and called it a “love’n’run” game I immediately assumed it was a dating app or something more sinister. Boy was I wrong.
Major software updates have always been a tricky thing, and for the most part Apple has handled them about as seamlessly as possible during the course of the iPhone and iPad’s existence. Still, while the vast majority of iOS users upgrade to the latest versions of their device’s operating systems, there are many people who either don’t bother or don’t care to update their devices, for whatever reasons. I’ve heard it many times over the years when a new game releases and in our forums somebody is hollering something like “Why does this require iOS 6 or above!?” Oftentimes those users refuse to update in order to preserve a Jailbreak, or they’re waiting for the new version of iOS to get a few updates under its belt in order to have all the bugs worked out, or their device is just plain too old and Apple drops support for the latest iOS on them
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Apple Offering "Last Compatible Version" of Apps for Users Running Older iOS Software
The Atlantic recently profiled Intel CEO Paul Otellini, who ceded his post after 8 years helming the renown chip maker. Yesterday was Otellini’s last day in the office. Though his Intel colleagues, and even former rivals, like AMD CEO Hector Ruiz, were willing to praise Otellini’s accomplishments, the man himself admits that he could have done even more for the company had he agreed to make chips for the iPhone prototype
When you’re gluten free, the holiday season can be a minefield of potential disaster. So much focus is placed on food, and when a lot of that food is off limits it can get really stressful. It gets even worse if you’re not familiar with the diet and attempting to accommodate a gluten-free guest! Here are some great resources on the iPad to help you navigate the season with ease.
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Gluten-Free Survival Guide: iPad & iPhone Apps for the Holidays
For today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 27 great apps to add to your iPad collection. We have 7 productivity / entertainment apps and 20 game apps in today’s bundle. We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up.
PadGadget Daily App Deal – 27 iPad Apps on Sale
When Apple released iOS 6, our iPhones, iPads and iPod touches got hundreds of new features. Some of them were much bigger than others and generated so much talk that other features got lost in the shuffle