For some people, this may be a harbinger of doom. For others (myself included), it’s cause to throw a frickin’ parade. Pages, Keynote, and Numbers are fine for the average casual user, but for true productivity, there’s only one productivity solution, and at long last it’s coming to the iPad.
Archives for November 2011
Bought Skyrim for the PS3 at launch. More than 50 quests, 24 in game days, more than 48 hours of game time spent. Wow. And I’ve just barely scratched the surface of one of the year’s most immersive titles. Bethesda sure put in a lot of detail into this masterpiece. Your armor loses its shine. […]
Got a few hundred thousand dollars lying around? Then there’s a good chance you might be able to buy the original legal documents upon which Apple was founded when they go up for auction in a few weeks.
You can be sure that Apple fanatics won’t be content with a device that was released barely two months ago. Apple’s iPhone 4S may have just been released last October 14 but the grapevine is already buzzing with rumors about the next iPhone (which will definitely be an iPhone 5 or else iPhone fans are […]
Each level starts with disjointed lines like these… Deceptively simple Blueprint 3D represents an entirely new kind of game: one specifically made for the touchscreen format of the iPad and iPhone, that wouldn’t work on any other kind of device.
A couple of days ago we reported about Apple opening the doors of its subscription service to games. Big Fish Games, a Seattle, Washington-based gaming developer, earned the distinction as the first gaming developer to come out with an app and offer a monthly subscription that will give subscribers access to games in Big Fish […]
If you think all of the best Black Friday deals are only in stores, think again. Tons of game developers are taking advantage of the American pseudo-holiday to offer their bestselling apps at bargain prices. Here’s a guide to great Black Friday game sales in the iTunes App Store.
Apple knows that there is now a palpable shift in mobile gaming from traditional gaming handhelds to tablets and smartphones like the iPhone or iPad and it is now trying to take advantage of this shift to benefit not just itself but also game developers and consumers. Apple is now offering game publishers who develop […]
Everybody knows that Steve Jobs had a proclivity for answering the emails of those who managed to figure out what his email address was. His answers were favored brevity, but there was something special about knowing that THE Steve Jobs had read your email and replied to it.
There’s a relatively new game out on the iTunes store and that’s Battle Nations. From the title description it seemed like a hex based strategy game similar to Advanced Wars or Final Fantasy Tactics. A free download later, I was mistaken. Battle Nations is a premium quality game for the iOS that combines the incessant […]