In a gaming scene becoming increasingly dominated by downloads, rentals, and taking small but steady steps to the cloud, GameStop is developing a service that will keep the gaming retailer giant relevant. Customers will soon have the option to purchase cloud access to a select library of games. When purchasing
GameStop announced that they’re now accepting old iPod, iPhone and iPad devices in exchange for in-store credit. There is also a rumor that they will be carrying new Apple mobile devices and accessories in the future. This is great news for gamers who would like to trade-in their old Apple
Not long after the launch of the App Store, Pinch Media's analytics software picked up huge pikes in user numbers for apps on their network that didn't match up to iTunes download numbers. This was soon discovered to be due to piracy. Now it is estimated that of the approximately 4 million jailbroken iPhones they can detect, Roughly 38% of them have used a pirated application at least once.
Pinch Media, provider of analytics services for advertisers on iPhone applications, somewhere around 8.43% of all iPhone users out there are using jailbroken iPhones. This number has gone up a little since last week, when it was at around 8%. It is possible that this may be related to the banning of Google Voice applications, but a solid correlation hasn't been proven yet.