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The Mac version of Ticket to Ride has pulled into the Mac App Store, boasting online play versus opponents on the iPad, Windows, or Linux.
One rumor has Apple getting physical with iOS gaming; Consumer Reports's ability to hold two contradictory ideas in its head has yet to cause a psychotic break; and an indie movie about Steve Jobs gets half a man as its lead.
Tim Cook is the CEO of CEOs, Apple is the consumer brand of consumer brands (in Japan), and e-books are the, uh, books of books.
Rovio Entertainment, the developer of the popular Angry Birds games, has acquired Futuremark Games Studio.
Just because Disney is a giant company, don't think its mobile division wasn't excited about one of its games pushing the iOS App Store past the 25 billion download mark earlier this month. But Disney Mobile is even more excited about future growth of the smartphone market.
This week's roundup apps brings you new and better ways to get in shape, watch TV, and battle alien pigs. Because in space, no one can hear you oink.
A report from All Things Digital indicates that OMGPop, the developer behind Draw Something, will be acquired for $200 million by Zynga.
Smule, the developer known for its music-themed iOS apps, added a new iPhone app to its ever-growing stable on Wednesday. Beatstream is a game you play with your own music library.
The new iPad's interiors get scrutinized down to a molecular level, while Apple puts Retina-ready apps under the microscope. And Apple's got its eye on any office space around.
At long last, gamers, the wait is over: Diablo III will launch on May 15, and World of Warcraft players can get the game for free.
We thought this would be the week Apple unveiled the iPad 3. Oh, how wrong we were. Even though there's still no iPad 3, there is a new iPad -- and a new Apple TV, and a new iLife app for iOS. Catch up on those announcements and other great Macworld stories from the past week with yet another edition of the Weekly Wrap.
EA has revealed that it is busy working on its best selling apps, such as Mass Effect Infiltrator and Real Racing 2, to take advantage of the third-generation iPad's higher resolution.
EA pulled its new game The Simpsons: Tapped Out from the App Store after an onslaught of complaints by users that they were unable to connect to the server for multiplayer gaming.
One game maker makes an impromptu retreat from the field of battle, while Apple brings all its firepower to bear on content negotiations and the iPad is strategically deployed in bureaucratic trouble spots.
Zynga will launch its own social gaming platform and open it up to third-party game developers.