In the wake of the tsunami of iPad related rumors and news both before and after it was unveiled in late January, new rumors about the next iPhone have been scarce by comparison. But that may be about to change, with various sources reporting that multitasking will finally come to the iPhone with the next major software update.
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, Razer announced a commitment to
increase support for Mac users. Razer has a wide variety of peripherals
geared directly toward the gaming community, and they committed today to
having Mac drivers for all upcoming Razer products.
Icarus Studios released today a
Beta version of its Mac-compatible platform and the Fallen Earth MMO.
The software will enable players to connect to the same live servers as
PC gamers with game features specifically optimized based on the user's
Critical Thought Games was involved in a slew of complicated business
deals with Simutronics, but owner David
Whatley has managed to make it out. Now, Whatley and his crew are
discussing bringing the popular iPhone game, geoDefense, to the iPad.
Scene It? is best known as a raucous party game, but with Scene It?
Movies, the series expands to the iPhone with a well-produced package
that maintains much--but not all--of what makes the DVD and videogame
versions such a blast. Like those more robust predecessors, Scene It?
Movies tests your knowledge of films with questions and mini-games,
some of which use actual video clips from blockbusters. Memorable
moments from numerous films appear in these scenarios, followed by
multiple-choice answers that are quickly selected with a touch of the
If you think the lukewarm reception to Apple’s new iPad is the exception, think again: The company has a long history of questionable first impressions dating back to the original Macintosh over 25 years ago.
You’ve gotta love the Chinese knock-off market: After one company’s attempt to threaten Apple with stealing their tablet idea for the iPad failed, they turned right around and ripped off Cupertino instead.
Introduced last year with some degree of fanfare, it turns out that the iTunes LP format was actually a concept by the record labels to sell more complete albums -- but things haven’t quite worked out the way they wanted.