Perhaps Apple will provide a coupon for a free game of Whack-a-Mole with its next iOS update.
No more unauthorized lock screen access for you!
The game is one of many physics-based experiences with a zany premise, and it's just the kind of title that has a chance of taking off on a worldwide stage.
If you're looking for advice on how to innovate, the CEO of BlackBerry probably isn't the best person to turn to. But he has a point.
Apple marketing exec Phil Schiller isn't afraid to say how he feels about Android anymore. He criticized the platform today, ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S IV event in New York tomorrow.
"Yeah, but the Contacts page still looks like it was developed by Fred Flintstone."
Concerns over Nitro Vs. UIWebView are preventing Mozilla from bringing the best possible version of Firefox to iOS.
Google already has five of the six most popular apps in America, with Google Maps, Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Play. But that is apparently not enough for the search-and-mobile-and-everything giant.
“Luckily for the plaintiffs, Apple has provided more than enough evidence itself to suggest to the court that it has not fully complied with the court’s order,” Grewal wrote. “In light of Apple’s performance in this case, the court cannot rely on its representations that this time it really has or will produce all responsive documents.”
Android malware has reached a new, dangerous high -- at least if you believe F-Secure.
In fact, full-size iPad display shipments seem to have disappeared, dropping by an astounding 80 percent from December to January, even as Android tablet sales have grown.
Before settling on the name "iPhone," Apple considered some hilarious monikers for its smartphone.
The Mac Essentials Bundle is still available for only $49.99 -- but time on this VentureBeat offer is running out!
Twitter is discontinuing versions of its TweetDeck client for Android, iPhone/iPad, and Adobe Air.
In 2013, we'll download ten apps for every single woman, man, and child on planet Earth.
Editor's Pick In Glass, I think, we sense the birth struggles of the new human. Hacked. Connected. Augmented. Enhanced. And yeah, way geekier.
Scopely is working with a small number of high-end mobile developers to make their games more successful.
In the upcoming console wave, the flexibility of each platform may be equally or more important than hardware power.
Developer GameHouse is shifting its resources into social casino games.
While Apple remains a constant threat for Google in mobile, the Android maker is also worried about its most successful hardware partner: Samsung.