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Xbox One SmartGlass iPhone and iPad app updated with many new features
Microsoft has released a new update for the Xbox One SmartGlass app for the iPhone and iPad that adds a number of new features, including a way to post status updates to the game console's activity feed and more.
58 min ago
Ubisoft releases Little Raiders: Robin's Revenge for iPhone and iPad
Ubisoft has a new iPhone and iPad game available for download on iTunes called Little Raiders: Robin's Revenge, in a cute and cuddly take on the Robin Hood legend.
2 hours ago
BioShock arrives on iPhone and iPad, invites players back to the depths of Rapture
2K has released the classic action game BioShock on the Apple App Store, and it's now available for download on compatible iPhones and iPads. Much like the hit title released on last-gen consoles back in 2007, players are taken down to the depths of Rapture to relive the immersive experience and enjoy a seamless replay.
9 hours ago
Alone is an amazing new sci-fi game you should probably get
A fantastic new game hit the App Store today called Alone. The premise is simple: drag up and down on a the screen to pilot an escape pod through a deadly gauntlet of galactic debris. You get two levels of shields that can soak up a bit of punishment. Go for as long as possible in order to unlock higher difficulty levels. So what makes Alone so special?
11 hours ago
HomeKit in iOS 8: Explained
HomeKit is the name for Apple's home automation framework for developers. With HomeKit, our iPhones and iPads will have a rational way to configure, communicate with, and control "the internet of things" around us, including connected lights, speakers, security systems, appliances, and more. Both locally when you're home and remotely when you're away, through apps and through Siri, Apple's virtual personal assistant. HomeKit is doing all this seamlessly, but also securely and privately. So, how does HomeKit work?
14 hours ago
Debug 45: Jim Ray on the Web and BBQ
Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Jim Ray joins Guy and Rene to talk about his actually joby job and ends up talking about everything from the web, to San Francisco culture, to the importance of barbecue.
14 hours ago
Cricket offering $100 account credit if you leave T-Mobile or MetroPCS
AT&T-owned Cricket Wireless is now luring away T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers by offering an account credit promotion if you switch from those rivals. T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers who switch to Cricket Wireless will get a $100 account credit when they port over for each line with a maximum limit of five lines.
15 hours ago
Samsung tries to pre-empt Apple's big phone launch with a Galaxy "sexy secretary in a short skirt". Wait, what?
16 hours ago
New, updated, and discounted apps: Asphalt 8, The Walking Dead Pinball, and more!
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got Google's newest app — a replacement for PowerPoint and Keynote, some cheap games, and a new password utility for the Mac!
16 hours ago
Best repair and maintenance apps for Mac: The tools you need to fix OS X
You have a Mac, or maybe you're responsible for taking care of them at your business. You need an toolkit of apps that help you get out of trouble when your Mac's not working right. Maybe a hard drive needs rebuilding or recovery, the memory needs testing, you're desperate to un-delete files, you need to access to deeper system maintenance, or you simply want to better clean out the debris from old apps, there are several tools you can go to. These are my pick for the best Mac apps, and most indispensable tools, you can have.
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