Tag Archive: Devices


MOGA Teases New Bluetooth Gamepad For iOS Devices

MOGA’s Ace Power, the world’s first iOS 7 compatible game controller, was only released in November, but the company is already teasing its follow-up. The first released image clearly shows a Bluetooth button, suggesting that the new gamepad may be… Read more ›     

Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk has revealed that he’s working on a new skateboarding game for mobile devices. Hawk made references to the game in two recent interviews: one with Larry King and the other with Bloomberg. In the King interview,… Read more ›     

Remember GBA4iOS? It was a Gameboy Advance emulator for iOS that took advantage of an App Store enterprise deployment loophole to let you play GBA games on your iPhone or iPad, no jailbreak required. Unfortunately, Apple closed the loophole… until… Read more ›     

Huawei is planning to unveil a number of new devices at Mobile World Congress next week, and for some strange reason, the Chinese company thought it would be a good idea to tease them with a fake iPhone running an… Read more ›     

When I lived in an my crumbling old apartment in Barcelona, I had more USB-charing devices that I had power points in my office. And even in the relatively modernity of an East German apartment block, I don’t want to… Read more ›     

Nintendo is finally ready to swallow its pride and begin developing games and other content for mobile devices, according to a new report from Japan. It’s still unlikely we’ll ever see full Super Mario or Zelda titles, but sources say will will get free… Read more ›     

Audio accessory maker Zoom launched its iQ5 microphone this week — providing a nifty, Lightning-connected solution for users looking to record high quality audio with their iOS devices. With both 90- and 120-degree fields — adjustable using a switch on… Read more ›     

Video News App Newsy Now Works On All iOS Devices

Popular free iOS news app Newsy has gone universal. The app — which delivers news through engaging video bites — first launched for iPhone and iPod touch in September 2009, with Newsy for iPad following in April the next year.… Read more ›     

The Evasi0n jailbreak may have opened up iOS 7 devices to Cydia tweaks, but due to the fact that Apple’s new A7 chip is 64-bit, many of the most popular tweaks have needed to be upgraded to support devices like… Read more ›