CSR Racing developer NaturalMotion Games talks about the risks of the blue-ocean strategy.
Guest Post Greg Kostello is the CEO and founder of Givit.
Nine days ago, Apple boasted that iOS 7 would soon be the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Today, the company is beginning to be proved correct.
Google Wallet is officially available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for the first time this morning.
Editor’s Pick I’ve been using iOS 7 in various beta forms for the last three months, and it’s the best mobile operating system Apple has ever delivered.
If you’ve got an older iPhone or iPod Touch, Apple hasn’t forgotten about you.
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 gives gamers the chance to play as a young Anakin Skywalker bird or a General Grievous piggy.
Editor’s Pick The iPhone 5S is the world’s first 64-bit smartphone. Some developers explain how that will help make games better.
Small World 2 brings all of the board games features and mini-expansions to iOS.
Two years after the first game, Disney Mobile launches a big sequel for its Swampy character.
Infinity Blade III goes on sale for iOS devices later this year for $7.
Apple revealed its new iTunes Radio streaming service today during a highly anticipated press event at its Cupertino headquarters.
Apple is pumping up iOS 7 as it is unveiling the new operating system at the Apple Event in Cupertino today.
Children average around seven hours of game time on tablets and smartphones every week.
Tomorrow Apple is going to unveil new iPhones, new sales numbers, and a new mobile operating system. Tonight, however, Microsoft put up its hand and said “Don’t forget about us!”
And the company has good reason to.
Tomorrow is Apple’s biggest opportunity since June to address the world. But it’s much bigger than that, really … it’s Apple’s biggest opportunity since October of last year to impress the pundits, analysts, press — and most importantly buyers — with its vision for the future.
That vision — and the man who crafts it — has been very much in question lately.
Apple’s already lost its majority stake in the smartphone market, and at this rate, its grip on the tablet market won’t last long, either.
Land of the free and the home of the brave? Our tax dollars at work.
Samsung has extended its global lead over Apple in the world’s use of mobile devices to access the internet, according to the latest numbers from web analytics provider StatCounter.
Which may not last long, of course, given Apple’s coming iPhone launches.
There is good news in the fall of the once-giant phone maker, however.
Call of Duty: Strike Team combines tactical and first-person gameplay on mobile devices.
Ultima Forever for iOS is a game of choice — so why can’t you play as a female? Mythic explains.
First-time buyers are turning away from Android as Apple’s three-year-old iPhone 4 was the top model for feature-phone switchers in the last three months, according to the latest numbers from Kantar Worldpanel.
Proving once again that the U.S. smartphone market is a very, very different animal.
Microsoft may have married the Finnish girl of its dreams, but the Redmond software giant still plans to play the field.
Android app revenues will hit $6.8 billion this year for smartphones alone, ABI Research said today. That’s almost double the total from last year.
It’s still only about 60 percent of Android rival iOS.
Google continues to hold the top spots on the iOS app store, with Google Maps and YouTube taking the first and second most-downloaded spots. And Google Earth jumped from being the 31st to the 9th most downloaded app on iOS in July.
“Sync skips the cloud to deliver files faster and safer,” BitTorrent says.
Mobile testing service StarDust released a new study today which compares total apps, publishers, rate of new apps being added, monetization details, and more about the three main global app stores: iOS, Windows Phone, and Google Play.
New chip expected to run 31 percent faster than iPhone 5′s A6 chip.
Google Play Games product manager Greg Hartrell explains the philosophy of Android’s gaming service.
The company is repackaging its titles as native apps for iOS and Android.
Editor’s Pick “Tim just doesn’t hit me as a guy who’s excited about the future.”
A group of researchers successfully slid malware past Apple’s safeguards and into the iOS App Store — a scary exposure for the operating system often touted as one of the safest in the industry.
It’s been about two years since Nielsen noted that smartphone sales overtook feature phone sales in the U.S. — now, it seems we’ve hit that milestone on the global level.
Guest Post The cofounder of Rubicon Development discusses their inspirations, their flirtations (like trying PlayStation Vita development), and mortgaging homes for game development.
The iPad may have lost the tablet wars to an army of Android tabs, but it’s still first in people’s hearts. Second place, however, belongs to a somewhat unlikely candidate.
Guest Post Gaining undivided user attention is a marketer’s utopia.
If you’ve got a few free minutes, you can finally start learning how to use Basecamp, Asana, or plenty of other online services from just about anywhere thanks to Grovo’s new iOS app.
Twitter hacking may be the new phone phreaking, but with a parcel of new updates, Twitter’s making it easier to keep control of your account — and ensure no unauthorized people tweet in your name.
This really is Mac versus PC all over again, as iOS hit its lowest levels since 2010.