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The Journey Down: Chapter Two Review

6 hours agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

It's a little dark, in every sense of the word, but The Journey Down: Chapter Two is a solidly entertaining adventure game. The post The Journey Down: Chapter Two Review appeared first on 148Apps.

OS X Yosemite Beta 7 out now

Devs and other eager Mac users should keep an eye out for the latest build of OS X Yosemite. Beta 7 is rolling out steadily to users right now. Just check the Mac App Store on a machine running an earlier version to see if you're ready to upgrade. Show More Summary

Google Maps teams up with Bungie to launch Destiny Planet View

Game developer Bungie is teaming up with Google Maps for a new way to promote its upcoming sci-fi first person shooter Destiny. Today sees the launch of Destiny Planet View, which presents a fictional version of Google's mapping tech set hundreds of years in the future.

Office for iPad adds support for monthly Office 365 subscriptions

Microsoft is now allowing users of its Office for iPad apps to access them via a monthly subscription to Office 365, in addition to the previous yearly subscription support. This means that users who are signed up to use Office for iPad via Office 365 Personal can now pay $6.99 a month, in addition to the option of paying $69.99 year. Show More Summary

It ain’t over yet: Carriers circle T-Mobile in the aftermath of Sprint’s failed bid

Sprint-T-Mobile may be dead, but there are potentially many more companies that would like to hyphenate their names with T-Mo. France's Iliad is preparing a new offer, while Dish Network lurks in the wings. It ain’t over yet: Carriers circle T-Mobile in the aftermath of Sprint’s failed bid originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Meizu’s new $300 phone for the Chinese market comes with a surprisingly nice Sony camera

Meizu, a handset maker focused on China, packs a 1152 x 1920 screen and a 20-megapixel Sony camera into its latest $300 smartphone, but it uses a less desirable MediaTek chip. Meizu’s new $300 phone for the Chinese market comes with a surprisingly nice Sony camera originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

What's all this stuff on the Chrome new tab window?

The new tab window on Chrome for Android helps you get more from your web browsing experience If there's one thing I love about Chrome, Google's web browser, it's that it can provide pretty seamless transitions between my desktop and mobile web browsing experiences. Show More Summary

'ALONE' Review - Forever Alone

With all the gimmicks endless runners tend to have bolted on them these days, it's sometimes easy to forget that it all started with just a simple score attack. No IAPs, no coins, no cosmetic upgrades, no power-ups, just an endless, increasingly difficult, randomized stage and a challenge to see how far you can go

Use Normal to target power-hogging apps

This 99-cent iOS utility calls out the apps that are killing your battery and provides help with extending its runtime.

Apple iPhone 6 allegedly flaunted in hands-on video

Video claims to show Apple's expected 4.7-inch iPhone 6 with a next-gen A8 processor and near-field communication.

With Smartphones, Case = Cash

With the shift from post-paid to pre-paid, the resale value of smartphones becomes an increasingly important factor. For most people dropping $400-600+ on a new phone isn’t something they can do frequently. For me, this means that I need to sell my current phone on Craigslist or eBay or something …

Function Space, a Social Network App for Science, Launches on iOS

7 hours agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Function Space is a social learning network for science, which prides itself on being a ‘one-stop solution’ for learning science on the web. The site features news, articles, and discussion, and now there’s an iOS app so users can do view all of it on the go. Show More Summary

GDC Next reveals talks on raw game design and kid-friendly apps

Veteran game designer Tadhg Kelly and a panel of kid-friendly app developers sign on to spice up the speaker lineup at GDC Next 2014 featuring ADC this November....

iHome iBN6 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

7 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Originally shown at CES back in January, iBN6 has three major and interrelated things going for it: an edgy new body and a IPX7 waterproof certification at a very affordable price. iHome is arguably the king of $100 speakers — it has...Show More Summary

Stupidfast – How Taylor Martinez Switched From College Football to App Development

7 hours agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

How former football star Taylor Martinez switched career paths to developing his own app. The post Stupidfast – How Taylor Martinez Switched From College Football to App Development appeared first on 148Apps.

Firefox for Android update adds language switching, history clearing and more

Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox browser for Android that adds a number of new features, including a way to switch to any of the browser's 55 supported languages and a quick way to clear the app's history.

iPhone 6 Parts Shown in HD Video Ahead of Release Date

Apple product launches are rarely a surprise these days with most details being revealed much before the release date. The keynote events have become increasingly predictive since the iPhone 4 debacle. iPhone 6 / iPhone Air is expected to be announced at a special keynote event on September 9th. From the design to tech specs the rumour mill seems to have access to... Read More

Google Plans to Add Bluetooth, GPS to Android Wear

Google is working on several updates to Android Wear that will introduce more features to the platform for wearables. Director of Engineering for Android Wear, David Singleton, told CNET that the first update to arrive will add certain Bluetooth functions to Android Wear. Show More Summary

Uber faces ban in Germany

A court in Frankfurt has ruled that Uber cannot operate in Germany due to a lack of adequate insurance for these types of private drivers, as well as expensive licensing. Low-cost UberPop drivers found to continue operating could face fines up to 250,000 euros per trip, though Uber says they intend to keep them running through the ban. Show More Summary

OUYA rumored to be in early acquisition talks with several companies

A new report from Re/code claim that the Android-based game console company OUYA is conducting early acquisition talks with a number of corporations.

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