One week after EA Sports head Peter Moore said that the company will shift more of its focus to fitness video games, the publishing giant has announced an official sequel to its top-selling EA Sports Active franchise. Curiously, it will be coming out for the iPhone and Playstation 3, but not the Xbox 360.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has harshly criticized Apple for imposing a draconian licensing agreement on developers.
Three-quarters of iPhone users love the thing so much that they actually sleep with it, according to a Stanford University study.
A recent survey conducted by Mplayit has found that mobile gaming is four times as popular among iPhone owners than Android users.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against HTC for allegedly infringing on 20 patents related to the iPhone's user interface, underlying architecture and hardware.
When Grooveshark, an Internet radio provider that allows users to listen to MP3s for free, tried to bring its service to the iPhone, it was rejected by Apple. So the company did what any snubbed publisher would do - it made the app available for jailbroken iPhones.
There is a new product in the Apple App Store today that will solve the problem that secret agents and bitter lovers alike share. TigerText claims it is the first app that allows users to delete text messages from the recipient's handset.
With over 300,000 copies of the cutesy-gory zombie-killing game sold in just nine days, Plants vs. Zombies has become the fastest-selling product in the history of the iPhone App Store. For 8 days in a row following its launch, it was ranked as the top-selling game.
Mobile app analytics research firm (yes, one exists) Disitmo has released some interesting statistics about the pricing structure for all major app platforms. Among the findings is the fact that more than half of Android's apps are free.
Apple has reportedly launched an initiative to create an "explicit" category for third-party app developers of the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Nintendo of America has confirmed that it will be selling a XL version of its DSi handheld gaming device for $190.
According to Web analytics firm Omniture, the mobile version of NBC's Winter Olympics Web site (including iPhone and iPod App views) has reached a staggering 58.2 million page views, a growth of over two-thirds compared to the same statistic for 2008's Beijing games.
Apple has graciously returned a banned swimwear shopping application to the virtual shelves of its hallowed iPhone store.
A recent survey conducted by Gartner has found that Apple's iPhone OS was the world's third most popular smartphone operating system in 2009.
Apple may be preparing to port its Flash-less iPhone operating system to additional devices.
A third-party application developer known as ChilliFresh claims that Apple has purged more than 5,000 "inappropriate" programs from its iPhone app store.
The US International Trade Commission has said it will investigate Apple and RIM for patent violation, following a complaint from Kodak.
The next-generation Nintendo DS2 will reportedly boast "tilt" controls capable of outperforming a similar function found on the iPhone.
Capcom is reportedly developing an iPhone-friendly version of Street Fighter IV.
Sexting is bad according to LG Electronics, but it may be good for RIM, which has seen a record number of teens and young people signing up for a blackberry over the past year, attracted mainly by the magnetic pull of its Blackberry Messenger service.