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Siri Hacked to Control Philips HUE Connected Lighting System

Posted on 22/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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At some point in the future, you’ll be able to simply ask for your lights to be turned off an they will. Actually, that could be sooner than expected. Developer Brandon Evans has come up with a neat way to control his Phillips HUE lights via Siri.

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Review: Gear Jack – A Solid 2D Platformer For IOS

Posted on 17/11/2012 by John Manners

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Forest Moon Games, the sister company of Crescent Moon Games, focuses exclusively on 2D and casual games. Crescent Moon seems to have a great track record of platformers such as the immensely popular, Paper Monsters. Gear Jack seems to live up to the same great quality, but in 2d form.

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Popular Video Player VLC Could Return to the App Store

Posted on 16/11/2012 by Chris Hauk

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Video fans rejoice! The popular video player app VLC could possibly make a return to the App Store, as the developers have changed the majority of software modules using software licenses, thus resolving the main issue that caused it to be pulled.

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Steve Wozniak to Star in New iOS Game – Vengeance: Woz With A Coz

Posted on 15/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Anyone who’s kept an eye on tech within the past 30 years or so, or who has learned pretty much anything about Apple, is probably familiar with Steve Wozniak – the lovable yet outspoken co-founder of Apple. But can you imagine The Woz as a video game character?

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Camera+ For iPhone and iPad Gets a Massive, Feature-Laden New Update

Posted on 15/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Camera+, one of the most popular camera apps on the App Store, just got a huge update today, bringing a host of new features, including better framing, dramatically improved low-light performance from the front-facing camera, a new horizontal leveling feature, and more.

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iOS Devices Make up 60% of Video Traffic on the Web

Posted on 14/11/2012 by Chris Hauk

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Even though Android has a seeming lock on the smartphone market, and has made inroads in video traffic, a study from Freewheel today shows that iOS still makes up 60% of the mobile video traffic on the web.

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