Epic Games announced in a press release today that Android users can now download a new, free app titled Epic Citadel. The app is used to showcase the studio's award winning Unreal Engine 3 in a dynamic fantasy setting of Infinity Blade and includes a benchmark mode.
This one is for all you app developers. General Motors has announced at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show that they will be releasing a software development kit (SDK) to app developers in order to speed up the creation of apps for their in-car infotainment system.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has released the beta version of an app that will allow users to get an estimated arrival time of trains on six of their lines. The app is currently available for iOS devices but the app for other OSs should be coming.
It looks like Apple got themselves into a little hot water by selling pirated books on the AppStore. The Chinese courts ruled that Apple has to compensate eight Chinese writers and two companies a total of $165,908 US dollar to make amends for their little oversight.
In a recent study put up by CrowdFlower, the data shows that drivers in the UK are three times more likely to get lost using Apple Maps than if they use Google Maps or Bing. It's no real wonder that when Google released the map app for iOS people jumped on it.
Microsoft finally launched SkyDrive support for Xbox Live, which lets you access your precious (n) from over the cloud, on your green-eyed set-top box. Major Nelson listed 41 other region-specific apps for the service that will launch between now and Spring 2013.
File this one under, "What the heck were they thinking?" Square Enix released a Facebook app promoting their game Hitman Absolution that allowed users of Facebook to place "hits" on their friends for reasons that are not only offensive but in absolute bad taste.