Games, iOS, News, Platforms

Bioshock Announced for iOS Devices

Well this is a bit of a surprise; 2K Games have today announced that Bioshock, a very popular First-Person-Shooter title which is currently on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, will be coming to the iOS platform later this year. Featuring ‘touch-screen’ controls and optimised ‘mobile’ visuals BioShock will replicate the original PC and Console


Amazon, Android, iOS, News

Amazon Kindle Unlimited Launched at $10 a month, US-Only for now

Amazon just launched their Kindle Unlimited service in the USA today, an all-you-can-read e-Book subscription service that costs just $9.99 a month. The new kindle service offers access to over 600,000 books and “thousands” of audiobooks across a range of devices, though many publishers aren’t completely represented just yet. Still, there are some popular titles


Android, iOS, News

Snapchat introduces location-based photo filters

Snapchat just announced “Geofilters” which are new photo filters that unlock only when you’re at a specific place or a certain city. To activate the filters, you just swipe left on your screen once you’ve taken a photo with Snapchat, and according to the video below there are filters for specific coffee shops, Soul Cycle


Apple, iOS, News

Apple teams up with IBM to Push iOS in the Enterprise

Apple and IBM announced a new partnership today, to help push iOS devices in the enterprise. IBM and Apple were huge competitors back in the day, with both trying to dominate the personal computer market, so this partnership is particularly interesting. IBM has stated that they will be developing over a 100 enterprise-grade apps for