iBowl Deluxe, your virtual bowling alley for iPhone and iPad

iBowl Deluxe

iBowl Deluxe Rating: iBowl Deluxe by SGN is a realistic virtual bowling game you can play any time, any where. Practice your skills like you would when playing the real thing. If you have ever played the free version of iBowl then this is the revamped updated version with tons of new features and a redesign. To play you simply … Read More

New iPhone 4G / HD to be available in White & Black Color Options?

The Taiwanese website Apple.pro has managed to get hold of spare parts of the new iPhone 4G / HD which appear to be alternative front panels for the new iPhone. This is leading people to speculate that Apple may well resurrect the option to buy iPhone 4G / HD in a white model, as well as in the more traditional … Read More

Skate It by EA for iPhone. Great Addition to the Skateboarding Genre

Skate It by EA Rating: Skateboarding has transferred form the real world to the virtual gaming world very well. The user base for both activities is very similar, predominately young males that will play games and skateboard too, so put the two together and you’ve got a pre-built demographic for any skateboard game of which there have been a few. … Read More

Doodle Swipe a fun doodle jumping game for iPhone and iPad

Doodle Swipe Rating: Doodle swipe developed by HafizAwangPon is all about the fun loving character Bubba, the little blue blob. Guide him along the platforms jumping from one to the other without falling. If you have ever played Doodle Jump, which I am sure most of you have, this game seems to be inspired from it but features completely new … Read More

New iPhone 4G / HD Volume and Tech Specs Info Leaked

Manufacturing details of new iPhone 4G / HD have been reportedly leaked by Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) component supply partners in Taiwan and China Foxconn is reported as aiming to produce 24 million 4th generation iPhones this year alone. And is expecting to start shipping them in June. The suggested split for these massive volumes is around 4.5 million for the first half … Read More

Ducked Up! A challenging physics game for iPhone and iPad

Ducked Up! Rating: Ducked Up! developed by Alphasprite is a challenging physics based game. It is an addictive puzzle and only your quick reflexes will help you complete the game. The aim of the game is to guide your little rubber duck from the moment it appears out of his vent, back into another vent where ever it is located … Read More

Apple Patent Suit against Kodak. ITC to Investigate

In a move reminiscent of HTC’s recent patent counter-suit against Apple (AAPL), Apple itself is fighting back against a patent claim made against them by Kodak, by filing it’s own counter-suit. This is also a similar strategy to the one that Apple employed when sued by Nokia for allegedly infringing the Finnish company’s mobile handset patents. Apple was originally hit … Read More

Apple Rejects iPhone Wi-Fi Sync App

We reported last month about Greg Hughes’ iPhone WiFi app which allows you to sync wirelessly with iTunes much the same way as you do normally over USB. At the time, with the scant details available about the app, and Greg’s assertion that he was not “break[ing] any rules” we were positive, overall, about its prospects at getting approved by … Read More

Apple Incorporating Facebook into iPhone OS 4?

Rumors are surfacing again that Apple (AAPL) are working with Facebook to integrate some of the social network’s functionality directly into iPhone OS 4. Business Insider are reporting that this will be announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on June 7, 2010. The least we will see, apparently, is the ability to pull Facebook contacts into your iPhone, … Read More

iPhone 4G / HD Leak Reveals New Details

The blogosphere has been busy reporting the latest iPhone 4G / HD rumors and as WWDC 2010 event approaches its scheduled date new details with specifications of the iPhone 4G are emerging on the web. Earlier today Engadget reported that Vietnamese forum Taoviet published a series of leaked photos of the fourth generation iPhone and posted a video on YouTube. The teardown pics revealed … Read More

Apple set to earn $40 Million from ‘iWork’ for iPad

Some impressive figures for sales of iWork (Keynote, Pages, Numbers) on the Apple (AAPL) iPad are being estimated by Business Insider. From their discussions with top grossing iPad developers, and some obsessive watching of the App Store placings of the three apps that make up the iWork suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote). Business Insider has managed to work out some … Read More

Nintendo President: Apple is the “enemy of the future”

Apple Vs Nintendo In a week of revenue declines, and mixed messages from Nintendo (NTDOY.PK), finally some truthful comments concerning Apple seem to have emerged from the gaming company’s home land. Earlier in the week the President of Nintendo America waxed lyrical about promising sales figures, breaking records and the fact that the iPad was no threat to the Nintendo DS. In … Read More

Apple’s WWDC Sells Out. Focus on iPhone 4G, iPad and apps

When Apple (AAPL) announced plans for their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2010) earlier this month, there was some trepidation among tech journalists and pundits. This year’s WWDC was to focus almost exclusively on the iPhone (4G?), iPad, and associated ecosystem of iTunes and apps. For the first time in a long time, perhaps ever, the Mac was taking a … Read More

Rumor: Apple May Face Antitrust Inquiry

The New York Post has kicked off a rumor that Apple (AAPL) is days away from facing an antitrust investigation into its decision to place restrictions on the way that iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad developers can work. Apple has effectively said that any apps published in the iTunes App Store must be developed using its own tools, and based … Read More