May 23

Microsoft has released a new Windows 8 tablet ad, called entitled “Less Talking, More Doing”,  that uses Siri to highlight a few of the iPad’s shortcomings, depicting the ASUS VivoTab Smart tablet as a robust productivity machine while implying that the iPad is more suited to entertainment. In the above ad you will see an iPad next to the VivoTab Smart showing off the system’s multitasking capabilities and its built-in office apps. Siri tells that the iPad does not support multiple windows at once and does not offer Microsoft Office apps. “I’m sorry, I can only do one thing at a time,” Siri laments. “I guess PowerPoint isn’t one of those things.” » Windows 8 Tablet Ad Highlighting iPad’s Flaws & High Price

May 22


First Apple came with Twitter integration in iOS 5 and then Facebook integration in iOS 6. Now according to 9to5Mac, Apple will expand its social network integration even further with iOS 7, including support for both photo sharing site Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo. » iOS 7 Comes With Social Network Integration Support For Flickr & Vimeo

May 19

Miniot has released their latest cover for the iPad made of real wood from the company’s homeland of Holland. Dubbed the Mk2, or Mark Two, the cover uses a self-aligning magnetic hinge for easy handling and convenience. An ultrasuede microfiber lining protects your screen from scratches while the magnet array inside the cover automatically awakens and puts your device to sleep. » Miniot Releases New Wooden iPad Smart Cover

May 19


Step into the world of Fast & Furious 6. Earn cash and the respect of the “Fastest” drivers as you drift and drag through the London street scene. Join the Fast & Furious crew as they prepare to take on a series of jobs in an all new heist mode. Fast & Furious 6: The Game takes the mobile racing genre to greater heights with stunning graphics, new game modes, addictive challenges and intense full-throttle missions that dare you to exceed all limits. » Fast & Furious 6: The Game Now Available In The App Store

Apr 03


In 1993 Apogee released Duke Nukem II. Its explosive action made it an instant side-scrolling classic. 20 years later, Interceptor Entertainment and 3DRealms have teamed up to bring Duke Nukem II back. Duke Nukem II for iOS lets you experience this 90′s classic all over again on the most popular gaming platform in the world! » Classic Action Game “Duke Nukem 2” Hits The App Store

Mar 28


PopCap has confirmed that Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will be arriving this summer. The original Plants vs Zombies games has been a huge hit for the company, and has been purchased by EA for $650 million in cash plus $650 million more in stock and potential earn-outs back in 2011. » Plants Vs. Zombies 2 Coming This Summer

Mar 23

Blizzard, the maker of the popular Warcraft series announced it will be bringing out a new iPad game set in the Warcraft universe. It is called Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftand will be free to play. If you are familiar with the card game “Magic: The Gathering” and “Warcraft” you will like this game. Each player in Hearthstone is free to choose his or her hero from one of the nine Warcraft classes and customize the character with a bunch of minions, spells and weapons, based on available cards. From there, you can practice matches against AI or join Battle.net in order to fight real opponents in friendly duels. » Free Warcraft Game Coming To iPad

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