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As Smartphone Market Matures, Q1 2014 Sales Expected to Dip From Q4 2013

Posted on 20/01/2014 by Chris Hauk

In what could be taken as a sign that the global smartphone market is maturing, analysts at TrendForce project that sales from January through March will be about 5% lower than the fourth quarter of 2013. The first time sales will have dropped sequentially since 2011.

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Kenya Set to Spend $350K on iPads For Parliament Members, Staff

Posted on 20/01/2014 by Chris Hauk

The Parliament of Kenya has announced it is set to spend nearly $350,000 on the purchase of approximately 450 iPads, which will be used by representatives and staff in the East African nation’s National Assembly and Senate.

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Nintendo is Reportedly Considering Software for Smartphones

Posted on 20/01/2014 by Chris Hauk

Nintendo’s horrendous 2013 Wii U sales numbers may finally have pushed the company to make the move that so many iOS users have been longing to see – The company may finally move into the smartphone games market.

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Wallpaper Weekends: Ice, Ice Cream

Posted on 19/01/2014 by Jim Gresham

Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.

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The MacTrast News Digest for Friday, January 17, 2014

Posted on 17/01/2014 by Chris Hauk

Today we saw Starbuck fix that hole they had in their app, in-store iPhone 5c screen repair is set to begin next week, some more a-holes are phishing for Apple IDs, and Microsoft want’s to make Cortana from the Halo video game into a real thing!

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Review: Broken Age Act 1 – Double Fine’s New Adventure Arrives On Mac

Posted on 17/01/2014 by John Manners

Point-and-click adventure games are too few and far between these days. Adventure games with deep story lines, vibrant worlds with unique graphics, music that sets the tone for the gameplay, and puzzles that take a lot of effort to solve are the elements that truly make an adventure game feel like just that, an adventure.

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