Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Apple's got its eye on mobile games

"In the eye of the typical beholder, Apple's iPhone is simply a popular device, great for fun, on-the-go applications — and phone calls"

"But mobile-game publisher Neil Young sees the iPhone as a catalyst for a revolution in entertainment that's beginning to spread from mobile devices to the home,"

"Users of the iPhone and Apple tablet iPad already are setting the pace for spending on games and other apps, so it 'seems inevitable' that these devices will jockey for space on the TV, says Young, 41, who helped produce big-name video games at Electronic Arts before leaving to start his own company, Ngmoco, in 2008."


Mike Snider reports for USA Today, the full article here.

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