Posts tagged "version"

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Headed to the App Store

Earlier this year, specifically the final days marking the end of October, Rockstar Games announced that it would be porting yet another iteration of its widely popular Grand Theft Auto series to the iPhone and iPad. In celebration of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's tenth anniversary, Rockstar Games has reported that it will be releasing an iOS-version of the title on December 6th.

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Popular Twitter Client, Tweetbot, Gets Revamped

Twitter has grown to be such a large part in so many people’s lives, and it has especially been a popular pastime for owners of iOS devices due to the large availability of such applications. One of our favorites, and evidently one of a whole lot people, just received a

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Minecraft Fans Rest Assured – Official Port Coming to iOS (most likely)

I’ve never played, but in the past few years, particularly more recently, I’ve been hearing a ton of praise for the computer version of Minecraft. The gameplay is based mainly around construction, with more variation as well, as players will be able to roam vast cubicle worlds and be able

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Smaller, Cheaper iPhone Model Confirmed by WSJ

Just this past Thursday, we posted about a possible “iPhone mini” that could launch this year after a report by Bloomberg. This supposed rumor has in fact been confirmed by The Wall Street Journal. From WSJ’s article on the matter: “One of the people, who saw a prototype of the

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Phishing Android Apps Make Us Grateful For The App Approval Process

Apple has gotten a lot of guff (including from us) for giving developers headaches and laying down the law on certain things that don't always make sense or make us happy iPhone users, but this can be a good thing if the developer happens to be a bad guy trying to steal information or rip you off. Google opted for the polar opposite approval policy, leaving their Android Market wide open for all developers. The danger there is that you run the risk of allowing downright nasty malicious apps in and let people download them, which is exactly what has happened.

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Steve Jobs On App Store, Confirms Remote Kill Switch

The Wall Street Journal got a chance to sit down with Steve Jobs at the Apple HQ in California recently, where they discussed the App Store's success so far and it's importance to the iPhone and iPod touch. They also touched on that kill switch found by Jonathan Zdziarski in the iPhone's code.

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