Send the undead back to hell via soccer ball, machine gun, and sword.
If there’s one thing the App Store has plenty of, it’s zombie games. Developers can’t tear themselves away from the undead, and the result is a glut of titles that have players doing just about everything, from shooting the flesh eating freaks to creating their own zombie pizzas and even tending to zombie farms.
Suffice to say, if you think the best zombie is a dead one, there’s an iPhone or iPad game best suited to your brain splattering tastes. That said, lock the doors, gather supplies, and try to survive the 10 best iOS zombie games.
10. Judge Dredd vs Zombies
Even zombies need to obey the law. Control comic book hero Judge Dredd as he shoots his way through 30 levels filled with death. Level up to increase ...
Behold, the iPhone 6 is upon us
I know you've all been waiting for literally ever for this article so let's get right into it. Here's everything you need to know about the iPhone 6 and the 6+
They ditched the blocky iPhone 5s style frame and went for something rounded on all edges. The 4.7" version of the iPhone 6 is going to be less than 7mm thin making it the thinnest iPhone of all time. To put that into perspective, your old Motorola Razr v3 was larger in some aspects. Interestingly enough, there was no discussion of the sapphire screen so it looks like it didn't make this model of the iPhone? Probably it's going to come around in time for the 6S and the 6S+ so keep an eye out in spring.
The screens got an upgrade too in ...
At a recent shareholder meeting, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou announced that the company will soon deploy robots to help assemble devices, noting that Apple will be the first company to use the service, reports IT Home (Google Translate, via GSMDome). Named "Foxbots", each robot will be able to assemble an average of 30,000 devices and costs anywhere from $20,000 to $25,000 to make. Gou stated that the assembly devices are undergoing their final testing phase, as Foxconn plans to deploy 10,000 robots to its factories. Foxconn has been Apple's longtime primary partner in assembling its iPhones, iPads, and iPods. In 2011, it was reported that Foxconn would be replacing a portion of its workers with 1 million robots, although it was not clear at the time how many jobs would be replaced by the robots. As a part of its 2013 10-K annual report last year, Apple also ...