Jason Cross

Staff Writer

I have written professionally about technology for my entire adult professional life - about 20 years. I aim to figure out how complicated technology works and explain it in a way anyone can understand.

Apple Arcade is the best part of iOS 13. Now Apple needs to open it up

Report: Apple Arcade could cost $4.99 per month

Report: Apple Arcade could cost $4.99 per month

It’s a shockingly reasonable price that could easily entice tens of millions of subscribers.

Apple Arcade won’t save us from the scourge of freemium gaming, but it’s a start

Apple Arcade won’t save us from the scourge of freemium gaming, but it’s a start

Apple’s subscription gaming service won’t make free-to-play games obsolete, but it will give us lots of high-quality alternatives.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is now available worldwide

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is now available worldwide

The official release date is June 21, but the game is in the App Store and live a day early.

WWDC 2019: What to expect from Apple’s big June event

WWDC 2019: What to expect from Apple’s big June event

iOS 13, MacOS 10.15, Marzipan, Siri, Mac Pro, and more. What will Apple have in store for us this year?

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite launches in Australia and New Zealand

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite launches in Australia and New Zealand

Can Niantic recreate the success of Pokémon Go?

Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs coming soon exclusively to iOS devices

Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs coming soon exclusively to iOS devices

Fling your feathered friends in augmented reality with this latest incarnation of the hit mobile game series.

Apple’s gaming subscription service has tough challenges ahead of it

Apple’s gaming subscription service has tough challenges ahead of it

Can Apple create a game subscription service that will attract game developers with a steady revenue stream?

HP Omen 17 (2017) review: You get a lot of gaming laptop for the money

HP Omen 17 (2017) review: You get a lot of gaming laptop for the money

An updated design fixes some flaws in last year’s Omen gaming laptop, but the real selling point is still its great value.

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