Game journalist Geoff Keighley gives players deep access into the development of the most highly anticipated puzzle adventure games in gaming history.
The popular two-on-two basketball game comes to the iPad in high definition.
A new iOS photo app from Microsoft makes taking 360-degree panoramas easy as pie.
A new app from Logitech gives users access and even control of their security cameras from their iPad.
Monsoon Media announced an addition to its Vulkano service that lets users watch television on their iPhones, iPads, and other mobile devices.
The developers behind the social-networking-focused Web browser Flock announced that they will discontinue the software as of April 26.
The Motion Picture Association of America filed a federal lawsuit against the parent company of the streaming movie service.
The latest update to Facebook's official app allows you to check event invites, map places, and unfriend your former friends.
EA's long running pro-golf series, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, sees its first appearance on iOS.
The latest version of SmartNotes adds support for the iPad and the ability to sync notes between devices.
Cortado Workplace is the first app on the App Store to provide protected encryption for the iPhone and iPad.
Readers of the Wall Street Journal can pay for a single issue for their iPad instead of buying a subscription.
Cloud storage service Soonr has updated its iOS app with support for the iPad.
Frenzy uses the file-sharing capabilities of Dropbox to provide a social networking interface.
The newest version of the color viewing app allows for zooming and an improved algorithm for viewing your walls and furniture in different colors.
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