Electronic Arts is back for another dose of street racing, and they're inviting you to the App Store to join in the fun -- that even includes iPhone 5 users, who will get a dose of widescreen fun in the latest Need for Speed release.
"Bond. James Bond." It's hard to believe moviegoers have been hearing those words spoken for five decades now, and to celebrate, a new app containing all of the movie posters for the films has landed in the App Store.
Google seems to be taking its sweet time updating its library of iOS apps for the iPhone 5's larger display, with the latest being Google+ -- which also adds support for pages, post editing and searching on the iPad.
We don't even want to think about how many quarters we pumped into the arcade version of Zaxxon back in the early '80s, but 30 years later, SEGA has a sequel you can own for only four of those plays back in the day.
Are you a Pinterest junkie or know someone who is? If so, you might want to keep that loved one away from the App Store, because the service has finally carried the addiction over to the iPad and Android this week.
The movie may soon be heading to second-run theaters, but kids can now relive all of the fun of DreamWorks Animation's Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted with a new interactive storybook from the folks at iStoryTime.
Bat-fans had to sit on the bench for the first half of this year as Marvel stole the spotlight with both The Avengers and Spider-Man, but their patience is being rewarded as The Dark Knight Rises finally opens in theaters, complete with a companion game for iOS and Android.
The mammoth San Diego Comic-Con kicks off this Thursday, and Marvel Entertainment is working to keep fans excited about the September 25 arrival of its blockbuster The Avengers on home video with a new second screen app.