All Articles by John Callaham

WWE 2K will bring pro wrestling to the iPhone and iPad

2K Sports and World Wrestling Entertainment plan to bring classic pro wresting action to the iPhone and iPad this spring with the new WWE 2K game.

The game will be developed by n-Space and will cost $7.99 when it's released on the App Store.

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Microsoft quietly launches iPhone beta for Project Phoenix expense report app

Microsoft has very quietly launched a limited beta testing program for Project Phoenix, a new expense reporting app. At the moment, it's an exclusive for the iPhone.

The official Facebook page for Project Phoenix first launched earlier this month, with a summary of the development team's idea behind the app.

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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes it easier to get started on your new app or web design

Adobe has launched a new app for the iPad called Comp CC. It's been made to give designers a basic way to make initial designs that can be filled out on the company's desktop apps.

Adobe Comp CC has been made to replace the use of pen and paper for designers of mobile apps, websites and more for their first brainstorms, but adding the ability to use assets from Adobe's cloud service.

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The Apple Watch will get little regulation from the FDA on health uses

The Apple Watch is not going to be highly regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in terms of its health uses.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the FDA's Bakul Patel says the agency won't be jumping in to issue rules on how Apple's wearable device can be used by health companies.

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T-Mobile uses 'real-time customer experience' for its new coverage map

T-Mobile has launched a revamped version of its coverage map that is based on what it calls "real-time customer experience" to offer a more accurate look at its footprint in the US.

T-Mobile says the map on its website is based on "200 million actual customer usage data points every day" rather than just best estimates of its coverage.

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Zen Pinball adding Star Wars Rebels table in late April for iOS and Mac

Developer Zen Studios plans to add a new table to its Zen Pinball games for the iOS and Mac platforms based on the popular animated TV series Star Wars Rebels.

The table will be available to purchase sometime during the week of April 27.

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Future Shop in Canada to end, some locations to rebrand under Best Buy

Future Shop parent Best Buy is consolidating, with some stores closing, other rebranding.

Best Buy outlined its plans in a statement released today, saying it had conducted a review of its Canadian operations before making these changes. Roughly half the locations will survive the cuts.

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Vine now supports 720p video viewing and uploads from the iPhone

Vine now supports higher-resolution 720p video uploads from the iPhone.

Vine announced the new higher-resolution videos in a blog post, adding that they will be viewable on their iOS and Android apps "over the coming days".

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Hearthstone expansion Blackrock Mountain coming to US decks on April 2

Blizzard has set the US release date for Blackrock Mountain, the next expansion for Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, for April 2.

The expansion will become available for the iPad and the Mac in Europe, Korea, Taiwan, and China on April 3.

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Fight the Empire with Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions on iPhone and iPad

Yet another Star Wars game for the iPhone and iPad, Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions, has just been released for free with in-app purchases.

The game, now available from iTunes, is based on the current animated TV series on Disney XD that tells the story of the early days of the Rebellion between Episode III and IV.

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The Olio Model One is a slick and stylish smartwatch starting at $595

A new start up company, Olio Devices, has just launched pre-orders for a limited run of its first product, the Olio Model One.

It's a very slick looking smartwatch that's compatible with the iPhone, with prices beginning at $595.

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Amazon Cloud Drive users can now buy access to unlimited storage

Amazon is allowing people who sign up for its Amazon Cloud Drive service the option to pay for an unlimited amount of storage for photos, videos and other files.

Amazon has two subscription options for this new service. One offers an unlimited amount of space for photos, with 5GB of extra space for videos and other files, for $11.99 per year. The other option gives users an unlimited amount of storage for any kind of file for $59.99 per year.

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Booking for Apple Watch try-on times won't start until April 10

A new report says that Apple won't be offering customers a chance to book appointments to try out their upcoming Apple Watch at their local Apple Store before April 10.

The company had already announced that April 10 would be the first day that interested Apple Watch buyers could come try out the device on their own wrists ahead of its April 24 launch date.

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BioShock, XCOM: Enemy Within and more 2K Games on sale on iPhone and iPad

Several games from publisher 2K Games are on sale from today until Friday, April 3 for the iPhone and iPad, including BioShock and XCOM: Enemy Within.

The games are being discounted by as much as 80 percent from now during this sales event.

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Third part of 'Game of Thrones' game series due March 24 for Mac, March 26 for iOS

The third episode of Telltale Games' six-part adventure game based on the Game of Thrones HBO TV series from HBO is due for the Mac March 24, followed by the iOS version March 26.

The third part is titled "The Sword in the Darkness" and Telltale has released a quick story summary of what to expect in this episode:

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BBM Protected now supports the iPhone for more secure messaging

BlackBerry is now offering its BBM Protected services for the iPhone. This will allow smartphone owners to access a more secure enterprise-based version of its BBM messaging service.

Here's how BlackBerry describes the new BBM service

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Casetify launches custom Apple Watch bands for $50

Custom smartphone case maker Casetify has now expanded to include selling custom bands for the upcoming Apple Watch for the price of $50.

The company's website includes a user interface for customers to upload a photo from their Facebook, Instagram or their local PC to be used as the basis for the Apple Watch band design.

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T-Mobile won't just pay your ETF — they'll pay off your phone as well

T-Mobile's new Carrier Freedom program is designed to steal customers from Verizon and AT&T by offering to pay all of their outstanding phone payments and device leases.

T-Mobile announced this plan as part of their "Uncarrier 9.0" press event. It says that this new program is for phone or tablet customers who bought their devices on AT&T Next or Verizon Edge plans.

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iOS 8 adoption rate now stands at 77%

Apple's latest App Store distribution numbers show that iOS 8 has now been installed on 77% of all compatible devices as of March 16, 2015.

iOS 7 now stands at 20%, with all the older versions claiming a total of 3% of installs.

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Facebook announces payment services through Messenger

Facebook has announced a new feature for its Messenger app that will allow users to send and receive money from their friends.

While the code for the payments feature was first discovered in October, today is the day that Facebook decided to turn the switch on the service. People who want to send money in the app simply start a chat with the designated person, then press the " $" icon and type in the amount of money they want to send.

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