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Dead Room: The Dark One Copies Slender, But Does It Well [Review]

Developer Parsec Productions’ PC horror title Slender: The Eight Pages was one of my favorite games of 2012. It packs an impressive amount of horror and suspense into a very simple idea — being lost in the woods while an… Read more ›     

Guitar Hero Plays Its Last iOS Solo This Month

Guitar Hero will vanish from the App Store at the end of this month. Not the best rhythm game available, but still a lot of fun, we praised Guitar Hero back when it first arrived on iOS in 2010. With… Read more ›     

Twitter Improves Search And Discovery In Latest App Update

Twitter rolled out a new version of their Android and iOS apps today, improving on search, discovery, and notifications. In both apps, search has become increasingly easier thanks to spelling suggestions and related searches in search results. Username autocomplete in… Read more ›     

6 Things You Won’t Want To Miss At Macworld 2014

It’s that time of year when the biggest Apple fans in the world congregate on Moscone North for a three day celebration of all things Apple. This year’s Macworld/iWorld show offers a little something for everyone from hands-on tutorials for… Read more ›     

How The HTC One M8 Stacks Up Against The Galaxy S5, iPhone 5s, Xperia Z2 [Comparison]

HTC finally made its much-anticipated HTC One M8 official today. In addition to a gorgeous aluminum unibody design, it boasts all-new internals, a larger display, improved BoomSound speakers, and HTC’s latest Sense 6 user interface. But how does it stack… Read more ›     

iPods Used To Treat Alzheimer’s Patients In Nursing Home Pilot Scheme

iPods are being used in a nursing home pilot program designed to help rekindle the memories of residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.   The program uses iPods, equipped with personalized playlists, to help improve the mood and interactions… Read more ›     

Booqpad For iPad Air: Paper And Pixels Together At Last

Paper? In the age of the iPad? Unthinkable! Ink from a pen? Inconceivable! And yet that’s what the new Booqpad for iPad Air promises us, a case that both protects the iPad and gives you a pad and paper to… Read more ›     

Apple’s Supply Chain Is Promising A Retina MacBook Air For 2014

It’s been almost two years since Apple announced the Retina MacBook Pro, and it’s still the only Mac with a Retina display. But according to sources in Apple’s supply chain, that’ll change this summer when the Cupertino company finally unveils… Read more ›     

BlinkMail: Flash Through Your Email With Just The Arrow Keys

BlinkMail is a great new OS X mail app that lets you speed through your inbox using just the arrow keys. It also integrates with other services like Evernote, and Dropbox, Things and Omnifocus support is on the way. Navigation… Read more ›     

Too Bright? Tone Down Those iOS 7 Visuals [iOS Tips]

iOS 7 changed the visual palette on our favorite Apple mobile devices, and it may not be to everyone’s liking. If you want to tone it down a bit, consider darkening the colors up, and reducing the white point on… Read more ›