MacRumors reports that it has received information saying that Apple is working on a process to allow merging of multiple Apple IDs into a single login.
Apple is doing this because of problems of juggling multiple IDs in the past.Read More →
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has been collaborating with Sprint to bring the iPad to Sprint’s data network. In fact, the report claims that the two companies have already finished with the device, and it is now “ready to launch”.Read More →
On September 11, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Did you think that Street Fighters IV Volt was going to stay the uncontested iOS fighting game champion forever? Well, think again, because it’s most worth opponent, King of Fighters, has also upgraded itself to match the pace.
When King of Fighters-i was released to iOS in May, everyone knew that something was going to go down.Read More →
WayForward Studios seems to have decided that it wanted to bring its popular “Shantae” franchise to iOS, and is doing so by first introducing the second game in the series “Risky’s Revenge”, to the App Store world.
The game was first developed for the Nintendo DSi, which did not bring it a lot of fame – but still managed to gain it a variety of media and game awards.Read More →
On September 10, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
On Tuesday, Adobe announced that its Digital Publishing Suite would be adaptable to iOS and would be supported by Apple’s upcoming Newsstand feature for iOS 5.
For those who haven’t heard, Newsstand is going to be Apple’s new center for digital subscription on iOS devices, allowing for access to the latest news and articles.Read More →
On September 9, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Adobe finally announced yesterday about the release of its new products – Flash Media Server 4.5 and Access 3.0 – which will allow publishers to start streaming Flash videos to iOS devices.
iOS devices have in the past been forever been crippled by not being able to naturally support Flash video, but with this new software solution – users will no longer have to cry about not being able to watch their favorite flash videos online.Read More →
Earlier today, Apple released Match Beta to developers through an email.
The email noted that all beta subscribers would get a bonus three-months free with their $24.99 subscription which covers both the beta and the 12-month normal launch subscription.Read More →
On August 27, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Remember that time when nobody knew about Minecraft and it was just a random game on the computer? Well, since then, the Minecraft world has been expanding quite a bit.
Actually, exploded is more of the word I’m looking for, seeing as Minecraft has spread faster than the virtual flames in a Minecraft forest.Read More →