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Sometimes You Die Is The Latest ‘Brilliant, Minimalist Platformer You Must Play’ [Review]

What are you doing? Sometimes You Die by Philipp Stollenmayer Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $ 1.99 You would tell yourself, “I am reading a review for Sometimes You Die.” You take it for granted that I am… Read more ›     

Get This Stylish Adventure Game On Your Radar…And Your Mac

Head on over to the Hyper Light Drifter Kickstarter page and you’ll immediately get a sense of just how hot this new bame from Heart Machine is going to be. With a modest goal of $ 25,000, the project garnered over… Read more ›     

BBM Update Brings Stickers & Support For Larger Attachments

BlackBerry today announced its latest BBM update for Android and iOS. In addition to adding stickers, the release supports larger file attachments, and the ability to share photos in group chat. BBM has long supported emoticons, but in an effort… Read more ›     

Future iPhones Could Feature Changeable Camera Lenses [Patent]

Future iPhones may feature Olloclip-style interchangeable lenses — according to a patent published Tuesday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The newly-published patent describes a mechanism by which an iOS devices could be fitted with a bayonet mount, onto… Read more ›     

Apple’s Cash Reserves Are 30x What They Were 10 Years Ago

Apple is leading the way when it comes to U.S. companies stockpiling cash, according to a note from Moody’s Investors Service. Holding $ 158.8 billion, Apple’s cash pile is close to 30x what it was in 2004, when Apple has cash… Read more ›     

iPhone 5S Vs HTC One M8 Camera Shootout: Guess Which One Wins

Thinking about grabbing that sweet HTC One M8 to use as a camera? Forget it – while HTC was spending all its time adding that second, depth-measuring camera, it forgot to make the main camera good enough to take decent… Read more ›     

New York Museum Uses iBeacons To Create A ‘Digital Minefield’

While most of the iBeacon applications so far have involved making retail and entertainment more pleasant to consume, a new exhibition at a New York museum aims to use Apple’s beacon technology to demonstrate the horror of landmines. Taking place… Read more ›     

Spaceship Campus Construction To Cause Cupertino Car Congestion

Apple watchers and employees might be excited about the forthcoming Apple 2 campus, but its development may not prove so popular with drivers. For the next phase of construction on Apple’s massive 176-acre campus, work will require lane closures on… Read more ›     

Pad&Quill Traveler Case Looks Like It Feels As Good As It Looks

Pad&Quill is at it again, this time with a low-profile rear-shell style case for the iPhone 5/S. While calling anything from Brian Holmes’s P&Q “minimal” would be a stretch, the Traveler Case gets pretty close. It is also gorgeous to… Read more ›     

‘I Have No Idea What An iPad Even Is,’ Says Potential Apple-Samsung Juror

The most shocking revelation to come out of jury selection for the latest Apple-versus-Samsung trial isn’t that the Silicon Valley jury pool is loaded with people connected to one of the two companies. It’s that one potential juror claims ignorance… Read more ›