By this point, everyone of you should have atleast one zombie game on your iOS devices. If not, you're missing out on the exhausted genre of the undead which has been the feature of tons and tons of games currently on the App Store. Regardless of that, though, game development studios aren't resting and are constantly churning out zombie titles. Madfinger Games, the creators responsible for the unprecedented, beautiful FPS game Shadowgun, have announced their next endeavor - Dead Trigger.
It's one of those things that most iOS device owners fear most: losing their prized technological investments, which in our case are our iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads. Though Apple have provided a useful way for tracking your device, with the Find My iPhone application, its features don't suffice. A new Kickstarter project aims to keep your device within your confines at all times - even when its battery is dead.
Dead Space was recently released into the app store and since then hasn’t had a break from the media with all of the “oohs” and the “aahs” that it’s been receiving; including from me. It seems no one expected such a chilling, quality third-person shooter to breeze the app
Samsung introduced a new mobile processor core similar to the one in the iPhone 3GS. Nicknamed 'Hummingbird', the chip runs at 1GHz, compared to the 600Mhz chip in the iPhone. Theoretically, such a chip could potentially be used in future iPhone models with only minor changes.
ARM released a financial report recently in which they announced that they have signed a deal with an "un-named OEM" (original equipment manufacturer) for an architectural licensing deal. This particular kind of license gives the OEM the authority to develop thier own implementations of ARM cores and add custom extentions. They have not stated who the OEM is, but EETimes' Peter Clarke suspects that it's Apple.