If you're looking to bring a little bit of order to your musical shuffles, this iPhone and iPod touch app is a good, inexpensive choice.
Exclusion Zone: Anti Air Warfare, from Appular, is a missile defense game that draws its inspiration from Missile Command, even though it plays like a bizarro-version of Flight Control.
The app from Qualcomm Services Lab uses the iPhone's GPS and Wi-Fi signals to record a user's location, automatically notifying friends and family where you are.
Since Angry Birds came out nearly a year ago, it seems like every iPhone developer out there has been trying to copy it. Pirates vs. Ninjas vs. Zombies vs. Pandas, from Tactile Entertainment, is the latest mimic of the classic avian puzzle game.
On Wednesday, computer and portable device accessories maker Newer Technology announced the release of its NuStand Alloy iPad and Mac Mini stands. The new stands are available now for $25 each.
Synology America Corp, a manufacturer of network attached storage devices for homes and businesses, announces the release of its newest server, the Disk Station DS1511+.
Shoot to Kill, despite what the developers would have you believe, is not "scary as hell." This top-down shooter, however, does take place in hell. So like Doom before it, you can expect hellfire, demons, and plenty of guns.
On Monday, LucasArts, Sony Online Entertainment and Transgaming announced that the Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures’ virtual online world is now open for Mac users to explore.
Feral Interactive's port of the successful Star Wars Lego series for the Mac is faithful to the source material: Lego Star Wars is cute, funny, and fully of geeky moments sure to delight fans.
Articles by Sam Felsing