“Playing Angry Birds the other day, I was struck by what I no longer play: Xbox and PlayStation,” Matt Richtel reports for The New York Times.
“Having children has something to do with that,” Richtel reports. “So does Steve Jobs.”
Richtel reports, “Much of the coverage of the resignation of Mr. Jobs as Apple’s chief executive has focused on the impact his tenure had on music, books and movies, to say nothing of phones and tablets. I’ve seen less said about the impact that the iPhone, in particular, has had on the video game market.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “David E.” for the heads up.]