Released worldwide, simultaneously with its console counterparts, Mass Effect Infiltrator™ ($6.99) recently became available on the App Store placing you in control of a a Cerberus Operative named Randall Ezno. Taking you through a cinematic experience composed of flawlessly created stunning visuals, you've turned on your own after discovering the aliens that you've been tasked with capturing are being experimented in. Because the notion is difficult to fathom, you've resorted to sticking to the big guns, literally.
It's not terribly exciting or unexpected, but it's part of the due process. In its 10-K annual report (PDF) filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and posted yesterday, Apple noted that it plans to "vigorously" defend itself from a lawsuit filed last week by Nokia claiming infringement of multiple cellular and Wi-Fi patents by Apple's iPhone. Nokia's complaint alleges that these patents are essential to one or more of the GSM, UMTS and 802.11 wireless communications standards, and that the Company has the right to license these patents from plaintiff on fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory ("FRAND") terms and conditions