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Watching one of our favourite authors slicing things up with a sword is too cool for words.
When the app is no longer enough, turn to the real-life Fruit Ninja for much more graphic images of fruit meeting its maker at the hands of a sword-wielding ninja.
The iPhone 5 and fifth-gen iPod don't seem to be able to handle rapid diagonal swiping, and the glitch could be in the hardware.
Fruit Ninja is poised to be transformed into an all-singing, all-dancing marketing machine, as developer Halfbrick capitalises on the popularity and riches generated by the smartphone game.
An unexpected announcement in the Bethesda E3 showcase: The developer unveiled its first ever Fallout mobile game.
Have fun storming the castle! Or maybe not...
A company called On The Go Platforms is enabling Glass users to control their apps with gestures. Because we don't already have enough hand gestures on our streets.
Earlier demos were done on Android tablets, but the software company showed off a proof of concept using a modified Samsung Galaxy Note II to demo its eye-tracking software at Showstoppers.
An analysis of which apps most suck the life out of your phone's battery claims that two well-known names are near the top.
User interfaces are changing with touch, voice, and -- now -- gestures. EyeSight Mobile CEO Gideon Shmuel believes gesture recognition will transform our expectations of PCs, phones, TVs, and tablets.