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Prevail: Coming Soon To iOS From JohnnyTwoShoes

Posted on 15/04/2012 by John Manners


JohnnyTwoShoes, known for their iOS hit app, Plunderland, bring another great looking game to the table. Prevail, a side-scrolling action game seems to have a lot of unique features that JohnnyTwoShoes has put into the game to shape it into something on a whole other level.


Apple Seeds Third OS X 10.7.4 Build ( 11E46) to Developers

Posted on 14/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Apple has just seeded a new pre-release version of OS X Lion 10.7.4 to developers. The update comes about two weeks after the previous build, and has a build number of 11E46. This is the second 10.7.4 build to list no known issues.


Paper for iPad Hits 1.5 Million Downloads In Just Two Weeks

Posted on 14/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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FiftyThree’s Paper is a fantastic new drawing app for the iPad, and apparently I’m not the only one who thinks so! According to the developer, the app has been downloaded a staggering 1.5 million times in its first two weeks!


Intel: Expect Retina-Display Laptops and Desktops by 2013

Posted on 14/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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The iPhone 4, 4S, and the new iPad may be the first devices to sport an ultra high resolution Retina display, but they certainly won’t be the last. In fact, according to Intel, the PC industry is likely to leap on board by 2013.


How Apple Created OS X

Posted on 13/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Among Apple’s many intriguing designs over the years, Mac OS is perhaps the most iconic (or at least the most well-known). But how did that evolve into the OS X we know today? Graham Barlow takes us on the exciting journey of how it all happened.


AT&T Sued for ‘Aiding and Abetting’ Smartphone Theives

Posted on 13/04/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Monday the FCC, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile announced a plan to combat smartphone theft. They’re creating a national database to track stolen phones, and they’ll deny service to any phone reported stolen. A lawsuit filed in California on Tuesday says AT&T should’ve been doing this all along.


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