Tag Archive: Finally


One of the cons of owning a smartphone on Verizon has been the inability to make a call and use data at the same time. The old restriction is finally going away with the introduction of Voice over LTE (VoLTE)… Read more ›

Baldur’s Gate is one of the all-time classic RPGs, and while it’s iOS Enhanced Edition has been available on iPad since late 2012, up until now iPhone gamers have been left out in the cold. That’s changed thanks to a… Read more ›

As more and more of our lives are lived on social media, the importance of being able to efficiently search through content is greater than ever. With that in mind, Facebook is currently user-testing a new feature letting mobile users sift… Read more ›

iPhone 6 will finally make NFC payments a big deal

The iPhone 6 is going to attempt to replace your wallet, according to a report from Wired, claiming Apple’s mobile payment system will debut as a major feature in the iPhone 6, and NFC is a key piece of the… Read more ›

Almost three years ago to the day, I enthused about Legend of Grimrock, a throwback to the first-person dungeon crawlers from the 80s (Dungeon Master, The Bard’s Tale and even the first Phantasy Star game for the Sega Master System)… Read more ›

  Since debuting in early 2013, Vine has been a social network all about capturing moments in the actual moment, but starting today the Twitter-owned app is finally letting users upload old videos, opening the floodgates for the inevitable #latervine… Read more ›

Oculus Rift SDK finally adds support for OS X

Oculus Rift headsets might become the next big thing of the future, so to make it easier for Mac developers to actually get their apps onto Rift, Oculus is finally making it possible to compile Rift-compatible apps on a Mac.… Read more ›

Scrolling to the bottom of every spam email in search of that tiny “unsubscribe” link is among my least favorite Internet chores, but Google is finally making it a lot easier to never receive spammy emails from all the brands, social… Read more ›

Google Chrome beta finally goes 64-bit for OS X

Google today rolled out a new Chrome beta for OS X — officially dubbed Chrome Canary — which finally takes advantage of the 64-bit processors built into the latest Macs. The change should mean better performance when browsing the web, but it… Read more ›

Arrrr! The Pirate Bay finally sets sail on mobile

Popular torrent sharing network The Pirate Bay is finally easier to access on your smartphone thanks to a new mobile site. It’s almost identical to the desktop version and offers all the same features, but it is optimized for smaller displays. The… Read more ›