The world's greatest and goriest medical slapstick video game has come to the iPad.
Did you play King of the Hill as a kid? Only One is like that, except without the real-life body injuries.
A disappointing iPhone and iPad game based on a wonderful U.K. TV show.
The action in Eliss Infinity is simple but incredibly mentally engaging, and the look and feel are perhaps unique.
Got enough stress in your life? Looking for a nice game to help you relax? Lyne is a puzzle game catering to stressed-out iOS gaming fans.
Cut the Rope was an incredibly successful iOS puzzle game. The sequel, however, barely makes the cut.
The Room 2 is the much-anticipated sequel to The Room, the splendid and mildly spooky iOS puzzle game that took the iPad by storm. Can The Room 2 recapture the magic (and gamers’ hearts)?
Fieldrunners 2 is about as polished, well-crafted and enjoyable to play as the humble tower defense genre gets.
A beautifully written, elegant, and genuinely fun iPhone game about censorship.
Stealth Inc. is a charming puzzle platformer for the iPhone and iPad, with distinctive and attractive graphics, simple but rich gameplay and a nice (but not intrusive) sense of humor.
The basic game mechanics are starting to feel dated, but Infinity Blade III looks brilliant and is still a lot of fun.
Apple has lost its appeal against a UK ruling that Samsung did not copy its iPad. The judge at the time ordered Apple to acknowledge the ruling with adverts that would "correct the damaging impression" that Samsung was a copycat, both on its own website and elsewhere.
A South Korea court has adjudged that Apple and Samsung both violated one another's design patents, and issued fines and bans to both companies.
Apple and Samsung have failed to reach a last-minute settlement, so their multimillion-dollar patent trial will go a jury verdict.
The big Apple-Samsung patent trial begins in the US on Monday. What are the arguments, what's at stake, who's likely to win, and where will this leave the mobile industry as a whole? Here's a primer.