If you’re hoping to get a new Android or iOS devices this Christmas, the first thing you’ll want to do is load up their respective app stores and take advantage of the holiday discounts. EA reduced a stack of titles on iOS yesterday, and today Sega has been slashing the prices of its most popular mobile titles. We’ve put together a list of titles on sale â€” check it out below.
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We’re guessing that’s Pyro Pete from the new Mr. Torque’s Campaign of Carnage DLC.
Borderlands 2 from Aspyr is now available to download at the Mac App Store, almost exactly a month after it debuted on Steam â€” and there’s good news and bad news.
Steam is great, but it’s nice to see a game show up at the Mac App Store â€” especially if that game is the most anticipated Mac [Read More...]
Realmac Software, the developers behind Clear and RapidWeaver, have slashed the price of their Mac apps by up to 65% for the holidays. All of their titles are included in the sale, which lasts until January 6, and Clear for iPhone has also been reduced to just $ 0.99. We’ve got a complete list of the apps on sale below.
Analog: $ 14.99Â â†’ $ 6.99 Clear for Mac: $ 9.99Â â†’ $ 6.99 [Read More...]
Today Apple seeded a new beta of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 to developers in the Mac Dev Center. The build number is “12D43″ and the release contains no known issues.
This is the second 10.8.3 beta to be released after the original was seeded back in November. It was previously discovered that OS X 10.8.3 hints at the faster AMD Radeon 7000 chip making its way to the rumored Mac Pro [Read More...]
Rayman Jungle Run got an update today, adding ten more levels within a brand-new world for the holidays. The app description mentions, “10 new levels, including a snowy jungle, waterfalls, interactive environments, and a new crazy Land of The Dead challenge.”
There is also an updated character pack available for $ 0.99 as an in-app purchase, as well. It includes new character Globox, and two new Rayman costumes to use in-game.
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The TransformersÂ movies aren’t all that bad. Well, except for the moronic plots,Â Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Michael Bay, and the over-the-top explosions. I mean, at least the robots are kind of cool. Who wouldn’t want a Camero that canÂ annihilateÂ an entire city for you?
Brave Robotics is a Tokyo-based company that’s bringing Transformer-style robots into the real world, complete with arm missiles and everything. The only catch is that right now a humanoid that transforms into a car costs about $ 26,000.
Apple Stores usually have some pretty neat display art at the front of all their stores, but this year’s holiday display is probably one of their coolest ever. We’re calling it the iWreath (for obvious reasons). It’s a holiday wreath comprised of iPod Touches, Smart Covers, and an iPhone.
Ok, so they didn’t use real Apple products to form the iWreath, but it’s still pretty amazing even if it’s just a cardboard [Read More...]
Look out for an iOS update soon.
While it introduced a stack of great new features, iOS 6 also brought a few bugs to our iOS devices this summer. Users have reported problems with Wi-Fi, iPhone 5 display glitches, and more. But Apple could be preparing to fix those before it starts its holiday celebrations.
According to one report, the Cupertino company is currently testing iOS 6.0.1 for a release within the [Read More...]
We all know that the 2011 holiday shopping season was very good to leading makers of tablets and e-readers. But according to the latest insight and analysis from The Pew Research Center, tablet ownership in the U.S. appears to have grown by a much faster pace than almost anyone expected. “The share of adults in the United States who own tablet computers nearly doubled from 10% to 19% between mid-December and early January and the same [Read More...]
Tablets — especially iPads — were hot holiday gifts. A new survey finds that in about just one week, the percentage of U.S. consumers owning a tablet almost doubled to 19 percent, up from 10 percent prior to Christmas Day. That portion was even higher as you go up the income and education scale. According to the Pew Research Center, U.S. tablet ownership rose from 10 percent just before Christmas to [Read More...]