Kitfox Games has just released its first game. CNET Australia caught up with studio head Tanya Short to talk IAP, inclusivity and the perfect PDL.
In a series of before and after pictures, iPhones, iPods, and iPads get resurrected by repair service iCracked.
If your mobile device lives a dangerous life, Amzer's military-grade stick-on shield promises to keep it safe. You'll also get a $50 gift card to spend on smartphone or tablet accessories.
Facebook's engineering team outlines the design of "The Associations and Objects," the social network's graph data store.
We dropped a staggering £1,033,000,000 on digital video, music and games, an 11.4 per cent rise on 2011.
Anticipating big changes for the iPhone 5, a Ticonderoga Securities analyst expects initial sales to surpass the 1.7 million iPhone 4 models sold in that model's first three days.
That's double the 1 million preorders for the iPhone 4S, Apple says. Apparently consumers aren't put off by what some critics have called minimal improvements.
Calculation's what you need if you want to be a record breaker -- 2,507 trillion calculations every second, to be precise, which is how many sums the newly crowned world's fastest supercomputer can do.
Gateway announces new LED monitors.
The jailbreaking attempts on iOS 4 devices continues as one of the major players, the dev-team, posts a video of a new iPod Touch running a beta version of the latest exploit in iOS 4 called SHAtter.