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Macworld gets hands on with OnLive’s new collection of video games for iOS devices.
The HP TouchPad just won't die, iTunes Match probably isn't bringing in the dollars, and video game-themed dresses might the fashion world's next fad.
Game streaming service OnLive is expanding its reach to the mobile sphere, releasing versions of its client software for tablets and smartphones
The iPhone is walking the beat, Apple's spaceship is getting closer to reality, and how would you like to work for, er, with Siri?
Out of left field, Microsoft has released an iOS client for its Xbox Live service, letting Xbox gamers log in, check their friends list, update their avatar, send messages, and more.
Microsoft Office may be bound for the iPad, Apple's painted a bull's-eye on Target, and Consumer Reports says that the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire are the best tablets that aren't the iPad.
Thanksgiving is here, and with it, the three Fs: food, family, and football. Food and family are a given, but even if you can't park yourself in front of a television this holiday, you can pick up the next best thing with NFL Pro 2012, Gameloft's new football simulation app for the iPhone.
Big Fish Games will reportedly soon offer subscription-based gaming on iOS.
Why can't iChat and iMessage just get along? Maybe some day. Apple has, however, tweaked the App Store on the iPad--which, incidentally, is on a ton of people's holiday wish list--but it's also pulled its very own iOS game.
Epic and Chair have confirmed that the follow-up to Infinity Blade is set to ship on December 1.
Apple's design guru gets enmeshed in legal affairs, Cupertino loses a case en España, and South Koreans are about to have a whole lot more fun with their iPhones.
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm turned out to be cataclysmic in more than just an in-game sense of the word. Are Pandas going to get the game back on track? Blizzard seems to think so. Furries rejoice!
The return of Belgian amnesiac secret agent XIII looks markedly different from its shooter predecessor.
Retro enthusiasts will have another means to play their favorite 8-bit computer titles in late October thanks to the Elite Collection iOS apps.
Apple introduced Game Center to the iOS platform about a year ago, and while 67 million people have signed up for the service, it hasn't always been as useful as it could be. iOS 5 looks to change that by making it easier to find both friends and games via Game Center.