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Nintendo Sees Apple A Bigger Threat Than Sony And Microsoft

by Ernice Gilbert on October 27th, 2010, under News, Nintendo

Long gone are the days when the name Sony would make all Nintendo execs faces turn into a boatload of fear. That was then, what’s now, then? No competition; at least no longer Sony and even Microsoft. For Nintendo, Apple’s the main lion in the jungle, especially when considering the astronomical rise of the iPhone and iPod touch.

iPhone 4 Has Sold Over 1.7 Million Says Apple

by Ernice Gilbert on June 28th, 2010, under Apple, News

Apple has announced that its iPhone 4, has sold over 1.1 million units since the device launched last week, making it the company’s “most successful” launch in it history.

Apple: We Lost The Platforms War To Microsoft

by Fernando on June 2nd, 2010, under Apple, Microsoft, News, Uncategorized

Since the Dinosaurs era there’s been fierce rivalry between long time competitors, Microsoft and Apple. History has taught us a big lesson about the platform wars and how they’ve evolved during the years. In a recent interview with “All Things Digital”, Steve Jobs, Co-Founder of Apple, discussed his point of view on this so called “Platforms War”.

For Sony, Apple’s The Arrogant Company Now, Not Them

by Ernice Gilbert on May 19th, 2010, under Apple, News, Sony

Yes you can! No, I’m not eluding to politics here, I’m simply playing with your memory. Can you remember when Sony as a company was arrogant? Yes you can! But it was most evident just before and during the launch of the PS3. I mean the things Sony’s executives would say were just mind numbing. Things like, “this generation don’t start until we say so”, and the belief that the PS3 would blow past the Xbox 360 once it was launched, even at its former high price.

Well they’ve surely learned their lessons haven’t they? And now, Sony Australia’s boss, Michael Ephraim has revealed that Apple is the company that’s become “arrogant”.

Look Out Sony, Nintendo And Microsoft, Apple’s Coming At You

by Ernice Gilbert on March 23rd, 2010, under Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony

Rewind your mind a few years into the past and what you’ll find is a gaming market dominated mainly by three companies, Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft. Mobile phone games were invisible in terms of market share, they hardly made a dent. But a revolution happened with the iPhone where people started purchasing all sorts of games for their device and because of it, Apple’s share has increased fives times over in just one year. Even beating out the PSP.

iPad Goes On Sale In The US On April 3rd, Rest Of The World Gets It “Late April”

by Ernice Gilbert on March 5th, 2010, under Apple

iPad becomes a reality in your hands on April 3rd, pending your have the cash to purchase the thing and you live in the US; pre-orders begin next Friday.

Apple Set to Release New Console, Will Rely Solely On Third Parties For Software Says Pachter

by Ernice Gilbert on February 28th, 2010, under Apple

There’s been a lot of speculation concerning Apple and what some believe will be it’s inevitable entrance into the gaming industry. But still many analysts have doubts, arguing that the company already has three gaming devices: the iPhone, iPod Touch and now the iPad.

Sony Drops The Ball, And Mac Runs It In For A Touchdown

by David Allison on January 28th, 2010, under Apple, Editorials

If you pay the slightest bit of attention to new technology then you are probably aware of the launch of the MAC iPad yesterday.  Early impressions have left some gasping with excitement and others just saying its an over-sized iTouch.  Whichever camp you are in doesn’t matter,  because the implications for the advancement of mobile gaming  and media are profound. 

Nova, NFS: Shift And MLB Runs Slick On iPad

by Ernice Gilbert on January 27th, 2010, under Apple, EA, Screen Shots

The iPad was announced a few moments ago and if one thing’s clear is the fact that Apple plans to move full throttle in the gaming industry with its new gadget.

EA has been really excited about the new tech way before its unveiling and now we see screens of at least one of the publisher’s games running on the device, plus Nova and MLB.com.

Apple Announces iPad

by Ernice Gilbert on January 27th, 2010, under Apple, EA, industry news

We’ve known about this device for a considerable amount of time, and now Apple has finally revealed its new tablet officially named iPad.