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TSMC said to be sole supplier of processors for iPhone 7

According to a new report, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will be the sole supplier of processors for the upcoming iPhone 7. The report, from Korean publication Electronic Times, says that TSMC won the bid over Samsung to produce the chips with its 10-nanometre process. Show More Summary

Loot-Filled Action RPG 'Fantasy Mage' Arrives Next Week, Here's a New Trailer

A couple of weeks back we posted about an upcoming top-down action RPG titled Fantasy Mage from Illogical Games, and today they've confirmed to us that the game is on its way to the App Store soon and scheduled to arrive next Tuesday, February 16th. In case you missed the video from our post before,

Google's killing off Flash-based advertising

Google has announced that its Google Display Network and DoubleClick Digital Marketing (DCDM) platforms will begin phasing out the use of Flash ads starting June 30th. From the start of July through the end of the year, advertisers will no longer be able to upload Flash ads into AdWords or DCDM. Show More Summary

House Bill Would Stop States From Banning Phone Encryption

The ENCRYPT Act comes after New York and California moved to weaken smartphone encryption.

Asus ZenFone Zoom (Unlocked)

The Asus ZenFone Zoom is a camera-centric unlocked phone with a 3x optical zoom, but it's held back by average sensor quality, a slow camera app, and no 4K video recording.

'Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light' English Version Soft Launched

Square Enix's Dragon Quest Monsters series hit iOS in Japan in 2014 as Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light, and now it looks like the game is set to go worldwide, as it's soft launched in several countries. The game has mostly released in Southeast Asia countries, such as Singapore, a common spot for soft-launched games,

'Saber's Edge' Match-3 RPG Finally Leaves Amazon's Fire Phone, Soft Launches on iOS

Hibernum Creations has soft launched their match-3 RPG Saber's Edge in New Zealand, finally bringing this long-time Amazon exclusive to iOS. The game has you assembling a team of heroes, upgrading their stats and equipment, and battling it out using match-3 grids. However, each character has their own grid, and you can link attacks from

'Call of Commander' Review - Commander Chaos

As I've said before, there's nothing wrong with chilling out with a mindless arcade game. I grew up playing flashy shooters and beat 'em ups just as often as deep RPGs and point and click adventure games, and both philosophies scratch certain itches on any given day. The former mindset is most evident in Call

Twitter isn't attracting enough new users

Twitter's had a busy fourth quarter. It's been dropping new features like Moments and today's best tweets announcement. Also it's Jack Dorsey's first full quarter as CEO. So how did it do? Well it made $710 million in total revenue a 48-percent year-over-year increase. Show More Summary

Acer to pre-install Microsoft apps on select Android phones and tablets

Acer will begin pre-installing Microsoft productivity apps on its Android smartphones and tablets, thanks to a new deal between the two companies. Microsoft made the announcement, noting that Acer tablets and smartphones will come with Microsoft productivity tools on board starting in the second half of 2016. Show More Summary

The LG K7 is now available from T-Mobile for $139

LG's budget-friendly K7 smartphone is now available from T-Mobile. You can snap up the LG K7 for $139.99 up front, or you can pay for the phone in installments, putting no money down and paying $5.84 per month for 24 months. The LG K7 first made its debut at CES 2016. Show More Summary

The Mobile Health Paradox: Why Data Isn’t Nearly Enough

Across most developed economies, healthcare costs are rising faster than inflation. A key cause of the rise in healthcare spending lies in the spiraling costs of treating preventable chronic diseases. These facts suggest that many of the key healthcare challenges of the twenty-first century lie in how we tackle chronic disease. Show More Summary

Twitter’s Monthly User Count Actually Shrunk If You Exclude SMS

It was bad enough that Twitter’s total user count is stuck at 320 million with zero growth this quarter. But if you don’t count “SMS Fast Followers”, or people that only use Twitter via text message and don’t see ads, its monthly user count went down from 307 million to 305 million monthly active users. Considering this earnings report was all about appeasing… Read More

Review: Vicks SmartTemp Wireless Smartphone Thermometer

14 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

With each passing year, Bluetooth finds its way into more products which never seemed to need Bluetooth before. Sometimes Bluetooth functionality is beneficial, or downright innovative. Other times, we're left wondering what the point is. Show More Summary

Straw can now let you know when new polls are posted for your favorite topics

Social polling app Straw has received a fresh update that adds the ability for users to follow custom topics of their choosing and receive notifications when a new poll is posted for that topic. The feature should make it much easier to stay on top of topics you're interested in and respond to any new polls. Show More Summary

Zynga finishes a transitional 2015 with losses and mobile growth

Desktop is way down, but mobile is up by about the same measure; no new games meant the company lost users, but it managed to stem the tides as it moves to tackle 2016....

Zynga snaps up Yummy Gummy developer Zindagi Games

As part of its quarterly earnings report today, Zynga announced that it has acquired California-based free-to-play game maker Zindagi Games for an undisclosed sum....

Twitter’s User Growth Goes Nowhere As It Meets Revenue Expectations Of $710M

Twitter today reported its fourth-quarter earnings — one of the most important quarters of the company’s history — and basically fell flat on its face. Twitter’s monthly active user growth, on a quarterly basis, was flat, compared to a slight jump that what analysts were expecting. Last quarter, the company had 320 million monthly active users, and this quarter was… Read More

Mac: Bloom Day One 2

16 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

If “life blogging” or even simply keeping a personal journal of your activities is your thing, you’ll definitely be interested in taking a look at Bloom’s newly-updated Day One 2 ($20). The company has taken its popular note-taking and...Show More Summary

'Final Fantasy 9' First Impressions - Easily Square Enix's Best Final Fantasy Port

Friends, when it RPG rains, it RPG pours, and we're all soaking wet after the last few weeks. With the release of Adventures Of Mana [$13.99] last week and Ys Chronicles 2 [$4.99] this week, you'd think we might be able to catch a breather somewhere in between, but no, Square Enix went and dropped

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