Dropbox has dropped a new experimental build for the Mac that adds new move to Dropbox menu options, importing from iPhoto and screenshot upload. The new build is available to download via the official Dropbox forums for Mac users to try out ahead of a general release in the future.
In case you'd forgotten, WWDC 2013 kicks off this coming Monday, June 10 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. WWDC is a developer conference by nature, but it's also now the only scheduled Apple keynote of the year. So, while we're all eagerly awaiting Tim Cook hitting the stage on Monday, what better time than to look back over some of the WWDC presentations of yesteryear.
Intel rolled out its fourth generation of Intel Core processors this week (the chips formerly known as Haswell), and vendors have wasted no time getting word out about their plans - Sony, for example, has already introduced new ultrabooks with the new chips inside, though they're not expected to ship quite yet. We won't know for sure what Apple has up its sleeve until next Monday, when Tim Cook takes the stage, but MacBook Airs seem certain for a Haswell refresh, according to Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac.
There has been a bit of talk about mobile gaming in these parts this week, and while the Talk Mobile discussions are incredible -- really, they are so check them out if you haven't already -- we wanted to bring it back to iOS a little. Unlike our Windows or Android loving friends, our device choices for mobile gaming are pretty limited; one line of phone, two different tablets, the iPod touch and the Apple TV. But, that doesn't mean we don't target one of these specifically for getting our game on.
The fact that Madfinger Games is talking up Dead Trigger 2 is no surprise, we've known of it's existence for some time now. But, without specifically revealing a release date for the hotly anticipated title, they have announced they'll be showing it off once more at E3 where of course Mobile Nations will have a team on the ground all week.
You shouldn't be using a phone while behind the wheel of a car, and in the UK the fine for doing such a thing is set to increase. Currently, getting caught nets you a fine of £60, and the possibility of penalty points on your license. New Government plans are looking to increase the on-the-spot fine up to £100. Speaking to the Daily Telegraph on the matter, President of the AA, Edmund King said:
Kurabi for iPhone is a new puzzler for iPhone that pits you up against your friends to see who can make more matches and accumulate the most points in under a minute. Match pieces to clear the board and create exploding combos. Best two out of three rounds will win. The more you play, the more power ups you can unlock to use against your opponents.
Apple has released a small update to iTunes, bumping it to version 11.0.4, and includes a fix for an issue that caused iTunes to quit if the user switched between wired and wireless syncing. The release notes say: