If you were one of the lucky AT&T customers who were able to get themselves an unlimited data plan for your iPad 1, good news! AT&T has confirmed to Engadget that they will allow said marvellous, near-mythical plans to carry over when you buy that brand-new 3G iPad 2 next week.
It has been well documented that the iPad is starting to come into its own as a power player within the corporate world. As businesses start to become more familiar with the "magical" device, and finding ways to integrate its use into everyday functions, one major Apple partner could be on the verge of implementing it onto their sales floors for associates to utilize.
If you purchased an iPad recently, Wednesday's announcement of the iPad 2 might have left you with some bitterness, jealousy, and buyer's remorse. Well, remorse no more, because Apple's confirmed that customers who purchased the iPad 1 after February 16th are entitled to a $100 refund.
If any of you planning to buy an iPad 2 on Verizon were worried that you’d have to wait any extra time before getting to buy, fear not! Over at verizonwireless.com there’s a big, bold banner graphic that should put your fears to rest.
B-movie horror fans have a lot to be excited about today as it was announced that the cult classic 90s flick Army of Darkness is being adapted into a tower defense game by Backflip Studios. The game will feature Bruce Campbell himself using his famous boomstick and chainsaw hand to keep the forces of darkness at bay.
In the wake of yesterday's unveiling of the iPad 2, beleaguered whipping-boy AT&T has announced new pricing plans who prefer to use your magical new device over 3G. There will be two options: Prepaid, and the newly created 'Postpaid,' which is just a fancy name for a service that will be tacked onto your bill without requiring you to sign away two years of your life.
At the Classic Game Post-Mortem today at the Game Developers Conference, game designer Eric Chahi announced that his classic retro adventure game Out of This World is due to be re-released on the iPad soon. The game sold over a million copies back when it debuted in 1991 on the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, Apple IIGS, and MS-DOS platforms, and was innovative for its technique of using just sound, actions and facial expressions to communicate the story.
Out with the old, in with the new: Just as Apple posted their extensive iPad 2 information on the website after the announcement Wednesday, the price of the first-generation model got a steep discount, with each model slashed by $100 -- or more, if you don’t mind going refurbished.
In the mobile gaming world all of the attention is focused on San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference, but that hasn't stopped EA from launching one of its biggest games of the year. Fight Night Champion, EA's new boxing game, is now available for iOS devices.
Game Dev Story was one of our favorite little-known titles from all of last year. It's wonderful blend of quirky humor and addictive gameplay grabbed us and didn't let go for days. Now, the game's developer, Kairosoft, has released a follow up to Game Dev Story titled Hot Springs Story.