Unity releases Unity Engine 3.0 which adds support for the iPad

Unity Technologies has announced that it’s released a new version of the Unity Engine (version 3.0) which adds in support for the iPad, Android and PlayStation 3, giving it the “broadest support on the market,” according to a statement. Unity already had support for iPhone and iPod Touch, so this … Read the Full Story →

Apple appears to be making more moves to “tidy” the App Store.

We reported last week about Apple removing the vast majority of apps from iTunes that they considered contained too much “adult orientated” material. Over the weekend we also took a look at how Apple were removing some WiFi Signal Finder apps from iTunes (otherwise known as “Stumblers”). This second case … Read the Full Story →

Steve Jobs at the Oscars. New iPad advert. No camera

Steve Jobs was in attendance at the Oscars tonight in the US, where a new iPad TV ad aired. It seems the Oscars are the new Super Bowl as far as Apple are concerned! The same advert is now up on Apple’s front page. The video is kind of a … Read the Full Story →

New 3D Games Potentially Coming To The Palm Pre and Pixi

The biggest barrier for good quality high-performance 3D games on Palm Smart-phones has finally been removed. Palm (PALM) have finally officially confirmed that they have added a component to their webOS Software Development Kit which will allow developers to target high-performance 3D graphics and native ARM code. This is in … Read the Full Story →

Microsoft’s Courier. Is this the iPad slayer?

Microsoft’s Courier tablet was first mentioned on tech sites a couple of months ago. At the time it was only a concept which existed in the form of a kind of User Interface showcase with cartoon hands controlling a virtual device. But those concept videos were rather impressive and very … Read the Full Story →

Apple removes Wi-Fi finders from the App Store. Some fear another purge!

It seems Apple may be starting another round of application removals from the App Store. On Thursday it started removing selected Wi-Fi finder apps, otherwise known as “stumblers”. These apps enable iPhone and iPod Touch users to locate Wi-Fi networks around them and then try to use those networks for internet access. … Read the Full Story →

Top Apple News Stories: Apple v HTC, Macintosh Developer License, iPad Launch and More

It’s been a busy week for Apple… Apple shares hit another high today at the end of a week where the computer company (which is now predominantly by it’s own COO’s admission a mobile device company) launched it’s first thinly veiled attack on it’s old bedfellow Google, dropped the entry … Read the Full Story →

iPad WiFi US Launch April 3, Pre-Order from Apple Online Store Starting March 12

Apple WiFi iPad available for pre-order on March 12th. In store pickup on April 3rd. US Only initially. Since the day Steve Jobs appeared on stage for the Apple Special Event 2010 to announce the iPad there has been a lot of buzz about it’s availability. Many rumor blogs suggested that … Read the Full Story →

Graphic Remedy to exhibit preview of gDEBugger iPhone on-device debugging and profiling at this year’s GDC

I have been lucky enough to have been using gDEBugger for iPhone and iPod Development work for over a year now. It is an indispensable tool for profiling iPhone OpenGL ES applications on the iPhone Simulator. Whilst the present retail version does not give real world performance metrics it is … Read the Full Story →

Skate It, Sims 3 World Adventures, Mirror’s Edge for iPhone: Upcoming EA Mobile Games

We have not seen any major releases from EA Mobile in the past month, the two highly anticipated games Sims 3 World Adventures and Mirror’s Edge ran into unexpected delays. Some rumors suggested that EA Mobile might have been busy working on some new iPad Games or refining existing iPhone titles for … Read the Full Story →

iPad Training for Apple Store staff Commencing on the 10th of March? Free gift for early adopters?

The Examiner is reporting that Apple store employees will receive iPad training on, or around, March 10th. They are quoting various sources including an Apple Store manager in Southern California “who wishes not to be named”. This seems to tie up with the anticipated date of the iPad launch. The … Read the Full Story →

Gameloft Sports Pack – iPhone Trailer

Unlike other markets for handheld games the App Store is still a new concept and still evolving. The advantage of a new market is that it gives developers the freedom to adopt new strategies and be innovative. After the ‘freemium’ model proving to be a great success, iPhone developers are … Read the Full Story →

Car Control for iPhone: Free Traffic Management Game From HandyGames

After the success freemium (premium games for free) games like Eliminate Pro and Touch Pets Dogs more eatsblished game developers seem to follow the latest trend in the App Store. HandyGames, one of the leading independent mobile games developer and publisher based in Germany today launched their first freemium game … Read the Full Story →

Control Your Dog With iRemoteDog For iPhone [Video Proof]

If you own a dog and wished that you could train it to perform a few tricks without spending money on specialized dog training then iRemoteDog might just solve your purpose in less than $2! iRemoteDog for iPhone is a simple app that claims to help you control your dog … Read the Full Story →

‘Zombie Wonderland’ for iPhone Coming Soon

The App Store is currently seeing an increase in the number of Zombie shooting games, Chillingo and Xoobis recently signed an agreement to add another game to the growing list with their upcoming title called Zombie Wonderland. Zombie Wonderland is a simple zombie shooting game where you play as Chuck, … Read the Full Story →