With the 2016 WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference), Apple is providing the widely popular tickets via a lottery system. Developers can begin the application process for tickets and registration goes through April 22, 2016 at 10pm. This year, Apple is giving access to over 1,000 Apple engineers to the attending developers, and they will more »
Rumors are still flying around that the iPhone 7 will be released this year (2016). Nothing official from Apple at this point, only a lot of speculation and hype. Flush mount camera, thinner, lighter, more durable, both a front AND rear screen. No button, ports, connectors, etc. Apple’s concept is to go completely wireless and more »
Apple has set the second beta for iOS 9.3 out to developers on Monday, January 25th, just about two weeks after the initial release of the updated OS. This comes after last month’s public release of iOS 9.2. Seems as though the update track for new releases is coming faster than ever. It is true that more »
June 2015 saw a number of Apple lawsuits that didn’t go their way.
A fantasy board game for Mac and an iOS MOBA with a promising single-player element.
A misuse of the immense power Apple has over what apps can be used on its devices.
A war between Apple and Google threatens the entire world with nuclear armageddon.
What’s better…building giant robots or fighting in them?
It’s time to take a dedicated look at some of the more impressive titles we demoed at E3.
For the best pure iOS game, we one again turn to Square Enix and Lara Croft Go.
D&D fans will be pleased, no matter on which side of the table they’re sitting.
I’m as excited about Zodiac as I am about any game that came out of E3, but…