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Interview: Jeff Vogel of Spiderweb Software

“One of my key bits of advice for any young creative person, no matter what the medium, is to be a constant reader.”

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Interview: Jane Jensen reflects on Gabriel Knight, adventure games

Her games hold up very well after 20 years.

Interview: Wadjet Eye Games discusses game development and ports

“Don’t do episodic!”

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Pages for iCloud beta hands-on

I opened Pages for iCloud in three different browsers—Safari, Chrome, and Firefox—and found that Safari worked the best which did not come as a surprise to me. Chrome did an okay job, although sometimes it would lag and throw up the rainbow wheel. Worst of them all was Firefox; maybe the worst experience you may have with a browser based document.

Apple lawsuit wrap-up for September 2012

September saw the return of the infamous patent troll and the continuation of the Apple vs. Samsung war. The big names this month include Samsung (of course), Motorola, and Bruce Willis. The little names include Data Engine Technologies, PersonalWeb and Sean DeVries.

Appletell’s predictions for Apple’s 2012 products and announcements

2012 is going to be an exciting year for Apple. Already, unnamed sources and analysts no one has heard of before are coming out with tall tales of what Apple products are going to be released and what market Apple is going to take over. Yet, who better to peer into the misty and unknown future than the writers at Appletell who have been following Apple for years?

Resident Evil: Extinction previews this week

You might recall the special event that’s been scheduled for next Tuesday at the Regent Street Apple Store in London. Acompanied by a cryptic catchphrase of “Mum is no longer the word”, the event has been largely assumed to be the unveiling of European iPhones. The store will therefore only be opened at 4pm on more »