I'm not a huge fan of strategy games partially because I like to sit back and relax to play games. That said, Zombie Quest ($0.99) has completely turned me over as I haven't been able to stop playing it since I first downloaded it two mornings ago.
Trust me, I’m pretty happy that I wasn’t faced with a game featuring a caricature of Mr. Bean’s enlarged head when I first checked out Bean’s Quest on the app store. I have never been so satisfied, as the application is instead an uber-cutesy platformer any fan is sure to
My Xbox 360 is still up to date one of my favorite game systems. That is of course while being my secondary option when I have no desire for my iPod (yeah right!). When I get on I like playing a type of game that I normally couldn’t find on
ABI Research says worldwide iPhone sales fell from 18.1% to 16.6% in the fourth quarter of 2009. While sales still continued to grow at a decent rate, the market grew faster, bringing the percent of sales that were iPhones down in comparison. The market grew by 26%, thanks in part to Motorola's release of their new Android handsets.
Apple announced their Q1 financial conference call will be taking place on Monday, January 25 at 2pm PDT/5PM EDT today. People (mostly investors) will be able to listen in as Apple executives answer questions from analysts about boring financial information about the company concerning a bunch of boring numbers, and where they expect those boring numbers to be in the future based on what they know.
According to analyst Ben Reitzes with Barclays, the App Store is helping Apple to build valuable customer loyalty among iPhone and iPod touch users. His argument is that the wide variety and good quality of apps available in the App Store is helping them to stop their users from switching to other devices from the iPhone or iPod touch.
AT&T announced today that despite the poor state the economy is in, the iPhone and iPhone 3G has continued to drive growth in company by drawing in new high-profit subscribers to their 2 year contracts. The company says they have activated .9 million new iPhones during the quarter, less than the previous 2.4mil for Q3, but still played a significant role.
The latest survey by ChangeWave has found that the iPhone has risen in smartphone market share to 23%, up from the 11% they were found to have in July. The increase shows that they are quickly catching up to RIM, which remains the leader at 41%, and only slipped 1% in the same time.
The iPhone has displayed a 327.5% gain in market share in the worldwide smartphone market for the third quarter this year, rising from 3.4% to 12.9% in just the quarter, despite the slowing worldwide economy's effect on smartphone sales. iPhone sales have also passed sales of Windows Mobile devices in North America for the first time.
According to a research note by Needham analyst Charlie Wolf, the iPhone 3G has managed to rescue the world's smartphone market from a decline this past summer. It rose to claim roughly 16.6% of the world's smartphone market by the end of the most recent quarter back in September and places Apple beneath only Nokia.