If I had a dollar for every time I was asked when the next iPhone or iPad was out I’d be a very rich man, likewise if there were no Apple rumors the internet would almost be a deserted waste land (OK not quite but you get the drift!). So, just what do we know [...]
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Xbox gamers probably have a love/hate relationship with their Gamerscore, that number gradually increasing number that’s linked to Xbox achievements. And now Microsoft is pushing that to the realm of iOS with the release of the Boggle-clone Wordament.
To promote its range of Air Multipler “bladeless fans” this summer, Dyson has released a new iOS game to convince you its fans blow.
Apple last week broadened its new iPad offering and EFTM has been putting the iPad mini through its paces before it goes on sale later this week.
Want to catch up on your favourite SBS programming on the go? The cultured coders over at the multicultural broadcaster have just released the iOS version of its On Demand app, and it’s pretty sweet.
We don’t like to tell you how to spend your money here at EFTM… We merely offer suggestions as to great ways to save it. But if you own an iOS device, you really should buy some of these games at this price. (UPDATE: EA has a sale too!)
ABC iView is one of the country’s few redeeming digital entertainment services. Free, multiplatform and intuitive to use, the service is now going properly mobile, available for iPhone and iPod users for the first time.
On Tuesday morning Australian time, Apple announced the new iOS6, MacBook Pro with Retina Display, new iPad smart covers and a raft of other products at WWDC 2012. The EFTM team gathered around to sip lattes at a cafe and talk Apple…
Quickflix has slowly but surely been growing the number of devices you can use to access its movie and TV subscription service. Today, it’s added a dedicated iOS app to stream shows to your Apple device.
When the Logitech UE Air speaker was announced last month we thought it looked bloody nice, but was a bit pricey. Now, we’ve got our hands on the first unit in Australia to put it through its paces.