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Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian wants to revolutionize mobile gaming with his upcoming sho...

Console and mobile gaming are on a collision course. With manufacturers upgrading smartphones and tablets at least once a year, it's only a matter of time before their capabilities are even. It's appropriate, then, that the creator of one of console gaming's most iconic games is setting his sights on mobile. Can Bungie co-founder's Morning Star do for the iPad what Halo did for the Xbox?  Read More

DoorBot streams video and audio to your smartphone or tablet, wherever you are

Everyone wants to feel safe in their home, and it's easier to do so when you know who’s standing outside. DoorBot aims to help with exactly this, by functioning as a Wi-Fi-connected doorbell that streams live video and audio directly to your smartphone of choice whether you’re sitting on your couch or backpacking abroad.  Read More

PhoneJoy Play is compatible with iOS, Android, and desktop PC's

The success of the touchscreen device as a gaming platform shows that physical buttons are not required to offer a compelling user experience. Still, sometimes physical tactility and feedback would indeed be a welcome addition, and it is for just such occasions that the PhoneJoy Play has been developed, offering an adjustable gamepad which sports near-universal support for iOS, Android, and desktop computers.  Read More

We break down the best iPad apps of 2012

This year was a big one for the iPad. In March, it got a Retina Display. In November, it started a family as the iPad mini joined a faster 4th-generation iPad. Along the way, the App Store's tally of iPad apps grew to over 275,000. Which of those new apps stood out? Read on, as we break down the best iPad apps of 2012.  Read More

We break down the all-time best iOS games

Gaming used to have a sharp divide. The most advanced titles were on PCs and home consoles. Portable systems were limited to scaled-down games. That line has been blurred. Apple's iPhone and iPad have led this transition, offering a library of games that competes with both home and portable consoles. Which of these games stand out? Read on, as we break down the all-time best iOS games.  Read More

Launched today in the UK, music service Bloom.fm takes a different approach to on-demand a...

Though there may be no shortage of free and subscription-based music services, London-based startup Bloom.fm is counting on there being room for one more. It has a trick up its sleeve: a mobile-first approach to market. Not beholden to translating desktop functionality and UI features to the smartphone, Bloom.fm has delivered a distinct take on the mobile music experience. Out today for iOS in the UK, Gizmag takes the first look at the app, and talks to the team hoping to take on the big guns.  Read More

The Satechi Universal Remote turns an iOS device into a universal remote control

Having already provided a remote for the control of iOS devices with its BT Media Remote, Satechi has reversed things by releasing a dongle that turns an iOS device into a universal remote control. In combination with a free app, the Universal Remote dongle enables control of devices around the home that use infrared remote controllers.  Read More

Nokia's new service is an alternative to Apple Maps

The iOS version of Nokia's cloud-based mapping service has been released on Apple's App Store. The service boasts a number of compelling features and undoubtedly aims to capitalize on the problems iPhone and iPad owners have encountered while using Cupertino's own Maps app.  Read More

CommBadge will operate at a distance of up to 30 meters (roughly 100 feet) from the user's...

When one considers how long mobile telephone communication has been available, it’s perhaps surprising that we’re still largely relying on finger input to answer calls and write emails. CommBadge aims to fix this with a wearable Bluetooth speaker that pairs with Android and iOS, and isn’t too far removed from something Star Trek’s Captain Jean-Luc Picard might wear.  Read More

The USB-equipped Squier Stratocaster

Fender has announced a new addition to its budget-friendly Squier line of guitars, in the form of a Stratocaster with integrated USB connectivity. This feature allows users to record and share tracks without the need of an additional interface. Though the guitar is clearly marketed with Apple’s iOS platform in mind, the company states that it is also compatible with Macs and Windows PCs.  Read More

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