Earlier this week, Apple subsidiary FileMaker Inc. announced that it was discontinuing its consumer-friendly Bento database software to focus on its flagship FileMaker line. Now, AppleInsider is claiming that the company has laid off 20 employees and is undergoing the process of restructuring, according to sources from within the company. Sources say Thursday’s rumored job cuts are associated to Bento’s demise, adding California-based external representatives, sales engineers, and technical support staff were…

Apple on Thursday altered its iTunes Terms and Conditions to permit children under the age of 13 to operate individual iTunes accounts created at the request of an “approved educational institution,” reports Macworld. Previously, Apple restricted iTunes accounts to children aged 13 or older, but the company announced it would be changing its policy with the release of iOS 7. These App and Book Services are only available for individuals aged 13…

Apple on Thursday altered its iTunes Terms and Conditions to permit children under the age of 13 to operate individual iTunes accounts created at the request of an “approved educational institution,” reports Macworld. Previously, Apple restricted iTunes accounts to children aged 13 or older, but the company announced it would be changing its policy with the release of iOS 7. These App and Book Services are only available for individuals aged 13…

Following the cancellation of Infinity Blade Dungeons, it appears that a third game in the popular Infinity Blade series will be released in the future. Gaming site Kotaku has discovered that the LinkedIn profile of a QA Tester at Chair, the studio behind the series, has Infinity Blade III listed as one of his projects. Infinity Blade and Infinity Blade 2 have proven to be some of the most popular games in…

Following the cancellation of Infinity Blade Dungeons, it appears that a third game in the popular Infinity Blade series will be released in the future. Gaming site Kotaku has discovered that the LinkedIn profile of a QA Tester at Chair, the studio behind the series, has Infinity Blade III listed as one of his projects. Infinity Blade and Infinity Blade 2 have proven to be some of the most popular games in…

The upcoming cyperpunk-themed first-person shooter Neon Shadow includes a unique multiplayer mode that allows two users to play on a single iPad, according to our sister-site TouchArcade. That’s not the crazy part though, as Crescent Moon and Tasty Poison have worked together previously on the truly excellent Pocket RPG [$4.99]. No, the crazy thing is that Neon Shadow will feature a same-device co-op multiplayer mode on the iPad, and to my knowledge…

The upcoming cyperpunk-themed first-person shooter Neon Shadow includes a unique multiplayer mode that allows two users to play on a single iPad, according to our sister-site TouchArcade. That’s not the crazy part though, as Crescent Moon and Tasty Poison have worked together previously on the truly excellent Pocket RPG [$4.99]. No, the crazy thing is that Neon Shadow will feature a same-device co-op multiplayer mode on the iPad, and to my knowledge…

Earlier this week, Apple executive Bob Mansfield stepped down from his management duties at Apple in order to focus on ‘special projects’ — reportedly working on the development of entirely new products for the company. Now, 9to5Mac has additional details about how the shake-up affects other executives. Dan Riccio, who was promoted to lead Apple’s hardware engineering teams when Bob Mansfield first retired last year, will gain oversight of the company’s antenna…

Earlier this week, Apple executive Bob Mansfield stepped down from his management duties at Apple in order to focus on ‘special projects’ — reportedly working on the development of entirely new products for the company. Now, 9to5Mac has additional details about how the shake-up affects other executives. Dan Riccio, who was promoted to lead Apple’s hardware engineering teams when Bob Mansfield first retired last year, will gain oversight of the company’s antenna…

Following the Department of Justice’s release of a proposed remedy to address Apple’s e-book price fixing, Apple has filed its own brief (via The Next Web) that calls the plan a “draconian and punitive intrusion into Apple’s business, wildly out of proportion to any adjudicated wrongdoing or potential harm.” Plaintiffs propose a sweeping and unprecedented injunction as a tool to empower the Government to regulate Apple’s businesses and potentially affect Apple’s business…