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Apple To Fix iOS 7′s White Screen Of Death

Have you had problems with iOS 7 randomly crashing and rebooting? For many, the white screen of death (or black, depending on your device color) has been a big enough problem to fill countless pages of complaints on Apple’s support forum. “We…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Tunnel Escape Is A Magic Carpet Ride Of Death [Review]

When I saw Tunnel Escape in the App Store my first thought was that it looked a lot like the magic carpet sequence in the Super Nintendo version of Disney’s Aladdin (which is the best version, do not bring your…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Tiny Death Star Is Our iOS Game Of The Week [Editor’s Pick]

Tiny Death Star may in fact destroy my free time if I keep playing it like I have over the last week. It’s a collaboration between Disney Mobile, Lucasarts, and Nimblebit–and the quality shines through as a result. Built your…Read more ›

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Starving To Death On An iPhone Assembly Line

When Apple launched the iPhone 5 last year, it was the most aggressive launch Apple had ever attempted, requiring entire armies of workers to aggressively line-manufacture their most advanced, difficult-to-make iPhone yet. But what was it like to be one…Read more ›

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Star Wars: Tiny Death Star Makes Managing A Weapon Of Mass Destruction Fun

Tiny Tower, Nimble Bit’s effortlessly charming 8-bit tower sim from 2011, has come to a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, a tongue-in-cheek game set in the Star Wars universe that, for some reason, features characters…Read more ›

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Avoid Death By Slideshow: Take Keynote & PowerPoint To New Heights With Slidevana [Deals]

CoM - SlidevanakeforelseI’ve done my share of presentations over the years, and nothing really beats Keynote when it comes to assembling a quality slidedeck. When done right, the look and feel of a presentation done in Keynote can really elevate the overall impact of what you’re saying. Sure, using tactics that are explored by professionals such as […]

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You Are The Anti-Katamari In Giant Boulder of Death [Review]

Giant Boulder of DeatI’ve played as a lot of things in my gaming career. I’ve been vampires, I’ve been space marines, and there was even a brief time back in 1993 where I was a walking circle with sunglasses. I’ve never played as a rock, though, so developer PikPok’s latest offering, Giant Boulder of Death, intrigued me right […]

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The Short Life And Death Of The iGadgets We Love, This Week On The CultCast

new-cultcast-site-promo-pic-heath.jpgRumor has it that Apple might soon get a gold member… of the iPhone family. But on this week’s CultCast, we’ll ask the important question: why would anyone want a gold iPhone?! We’ll ponder the color choice and rumors of a big bump in 5S storage space. Then, Kyle Wiens from iFixit.com joins us to […]

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Apple Investigating Why A Woman Was Electrocuted To Death On Her iPhone 5

Apple_-_125111342_400434cApple is helping look into how the iPhone 5 played a role in the death of Ma Ailun, a 23-year-old woman from the Xinjiang region in western China. Ma, a flight attendant for China Southern Airlines, was electrocuted to death after taking a call on her iPhone while it was charging. The bizarre, tragic incident was reported by Xinhua News today. […]

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Totally New NetNewsWire Coming In The Wake Of Google Reader’s Death Sentence

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NetNewsWire is a classic RSS reader. It came out on the Mac more than a decade ago, and it’s still used on OS X and iOS. As a staple application in the Mac community, NetNewsWire has remained a fan favorite despite the lack of updates it has received in recent years.

The world of RSS got rocked last week when Google announced that it was killing Google Reader, one of the  [Read More…]