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VVFly Vibrates and Speaks in Your Sleep to Stop Your Snores

Fighting for restful nights everywhere, VVFly's intelligent earpiece uses voice and vibration to help you stop snoring.

Microsoft Office 2016 offers welcome changes for Windows switchers

Microsoft's Office for Mac enhancements offer welcome changes for long-time Windows users. If you're a long-time Windows PC user considering a switch to Mac and you're heavily invested in Microsoft Office, you may be concerned about whether all the features and functions you're used to will still be there. Show More Summary

Apple provided restricted early access for developers to build Apple Watch apps

Apple has allowed certain partners early access to test apps that will be available when the Apple Watch launches on March 9. A Bloomberg report reveals that Apple had everything, including internet access and personal items like notebooks, under lockdown. Show More Summary

Lumia questions: you ask, we answer

In January, we introduced a new feature called “Lumia questions:...

Windows users are also vulnerable to FREAK snooping attacks

The "FREAK" vulnerability that downgrades and weakens secure web connections doesn't just affect Google and Apple users -- according to a security advisory from Microsoft, all supported versions of Windows are…

Full duplex may be the next breakthrough in mobile networking

Stanford startup Kumu Networks didn’t receive much notice at Mobile World Congress this week as the giants of the mobile industry revealed their plans for 2015, but it did get the…

How to update your Facebook status with Siri

Take the work out of status updates with Siri for iPhone and iPad Most of us know how to manually update our Facebook statuses with the Facebook app, but did you know you can also have Siri do it for you? As long as you're signed into...Show More Summary

'Mobile audio has to improve'

While screen display densities and technologies are approaching ludicrous levels, many phones and tablets still provide lackluster audio at best. It's like trying to enjoy a movie with half your senses tied behind your head. But is home...Show More Summary

Banks, retailers 'stung', Apple Pay still secure

Earlier this week we debunked sensational headlines mislabeling bank fraud as Apple Pay fraud. Now those same headlines are back, but with a new twist. This time the headlines say Apple Pay has been "stung" by people using false credit card numbers obtained from last year's Target and Home Depot breaches. Show More Summary

Oracle bundles adware with new Mac Java installer

If you want to keep adware off your Mac, it'd be a good idea to avoid installing Java, according to a new report. If you strive to keep your Mac free of adware, a new warning suggests that you may want to forgo installing Java all together. Show More Summary

Taichi Panda Out Now

Taichi Panda, a martial arts-themed dungeon crawler that has over 10 million players in China, is now available on the App Store. Featuring awesome visuals with fluid animation, addictive gameplay, and the ability to whomp scores ofShow More Summary

RPG Reload File 028 - 'Phantasy Star 2'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where men get discounts on piano lessons for reasons not divulged in the localization. Each week, we jump into the time tunnel and grab an RPG from the App Store's past to give it a play in modern times. It's a bit of

GDC 2015: 'Legacy Quest' is a Dungeon Crawler with RPG Elements and an Awesome Visual Style

We are literally swimming in a sea of free to play action RPGs at GDC this year, and one of the ones that I liked the most was Legacy Quest which is being developed by Socialspiel Entertainment and published by Nexon M. Legacy Quest was just announced about a week ago, and is a hack

GDC 2015: 'Zero Sum' from 'One Player Pong' Developer is a Math Game for Stupid People

Squeezebox Software, aka solo developer Sean Kearney, aka the maker of One Player Pong [Free], has a new game coming out which he describes as "a math game for stupid people." I was lost within the first few levels, so I'm not sure what that says about my own intelligence level, but the game in

GDC 2015: 'X-Mercs' from Game Insight Combines 'XCOM' with 'Clash of Clans'

Game Insight, prolific publisher of free-to-play games, is nearing the release on their take on XCOM with X-Mercs. You command a series of soldiers in a world full of irradiated creatures that you must fight off using smart tactics. And, of course, the occasional death laser from space. X-Mercs promises lengthy battles, upwards of 15

HTC's latest videos introduce the One M9 and ponder the Oneness of humanity

HTC has rolled out a couple of new promotional videos today, one of which is narrated by none other than Robert Downey Jr. Between the two videos, we get a good introduction to the look of the HTC One M9, as well as feel-good message about the oneness of humanity.

Google's planned MVNO will reportedly only work with the Nexus 6

Though concrete details of Google's MVNO plans have yet to be confirmed, a new report out of The Wall Street Journal claims that the company's recently-confirmed foray into providing cellular service may only support Nexus 6 devices...

GDC 2015: Sneak peek at hack-and-slash game Dungeon Hunter 5

Gameloft's freemium fantasy action title, Dungeon Hunter 5, is coming next week and we got a chance to check it out at GDC 2015. The Dungeon Hunter series is well-known as a beautiful action-RPG, and its latest iteration changes things up quite a bit. Show More Summary

AppleCare reportedly takes over support for Beats Music and Apple Pay for business

Apple has reportedly brought support for Beats Music under its AppleCare wing today, while also doing the same with Apple Pay support for businesses. The report comes from the folks at 9to5Mac, which states: Starting today, AppleCare...Show More Summary

Saving video game history begins right now

At Game Developers Conference 2015, Jason Scott, archivist at the Internet Archive, urged developers to start preserving their history immediately....

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