Triblaster is a blast from the past, reviewed

July 27th, 2014 No Comments »

BulkyPix takes another trip down memory lane with the shooting gallery game Triblaster. For those who spent some time in the arcades back in the day, Triblaster is an obvious homage to the Atari
classic Tempest. Not only are the looks reminiscent of the
the original’s vector graphics, but the sounds are straight out [...]

Marvel Unlimited Promo: Access 15,000 Comics for $0.99 from iPad and More

July 23rd, 2014 10 Comments »

Marvel has brought back a promo for its Unlimited comics subscription plan, where readers can get access to the entire 15,000 magazine catalogue for $0.99 for the first month.

Subscribers will be able to save up to 12 comics on their device and be able to read them offline in the Marvel Unlimited iOS app.
The offer [...]

Apple Lowers Max iTunes Gift Amounts in Canada from $100 to $50

July 23rd, 2014 10 Comments »

Apple has changed the maximum amount Canadians can send each other via iTunes Gifts from $100 to $50, as noted on their website:
It’s easy to send iTunes Gifts for any occasion. Because you can buy them on the iTunes Store from your iOS device or computer. And in any whole-dollar amount between CAN$10 and CAN$50.

Previously, [...]

OpenSignal’s weather crowdsourcing program will get a boost from a pocketable climate sensor

July 18th, 2014 No Comments »

OpenSignal launched its meteorological data crowdsourcing program, called WeatheSignal, 14 months ago, and since then it’s grown from a handful of users to 50,000 Android phone wielders intent on using their phones sensors to help track and maybe someday help predict the weather.
OpenSignal is now looking to the next phase of its weather crowdsourcing program. With a [...]

Amazon Launches Unlimited eBooks Service from Any Device for $9.99 in the U.S.

July 18th, 2014 10 Comments »

Amazon today announced Kindle Unlimited, a new subscription service that provides access to over 600,000 Kindle books, along with thousands of Audible audiobooks, for a fixed fee of $9.99 per month. The new service is available on all Kindle devices as well as the Kindle app for iOS or Mac OS X.
The Kindle Unlimited service [...]

EU Demands Immediate Action Plan From Apple Over In-App Purchases

July 18th, 2014 10 Comments »

Apple is in the hot seat again over its in-app purchase policy; the European Commission has criticized the company for not outlining any “concrete and immediate” plans to stop users from being misled by “free” apps, BBC reports.

While users can download tons of popular apps for free, the majority offer in-app purchases, which means [...]

CIBC Mobile Banking for iOS Updated to Allow Registrations from your Device

July 17th, 2014 10 Comments »

CIBC has updated their Mobile Banking iOS app with a minor change to allow mobile banking registrations right from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Last fall, version 5.0 of the app introduced CIBC eDeposit, allowing customers to deposit cheques using their device cameras, making the financial institution the first to do so out of the [...]

Kim Kardashian Will Make $85 Million From Her New Video Game For iOS

July 16th, 2014 10 Comments »

According to a new report from TMZ, Kim Kardashian is set to really pay off as her new video game for the iPhone will be her most lucrative deal yet.
Sources have told TMZ that Kardashian is set to pocket around 45% of the net profits of the video game titled “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood”. The app [...]

Visa Checkout Launches to Allow Canadians to Shop Online Easier From Any Device

July 16th, 2014 10 Comments »

Visa has launched a new online payment solution to make shopping easier from any device. Visa Checkout essentially turns your credit card into into a login so you no longer need to remember details when shopping, plus it will be available on all devices.
Visa Checkout will be available to online retailers that implement the system [...]

Appidemic: Nightmares from the Deep: The Siren’s Call

July 16th, 2014 No Comments »

The last installment of Nightmares from the Deep took us to a cursed pirate island, but left out several archetypal pirate characters. Back for a second installment, The Siren’s Call, this new entry takes you to the forgotten village of Kingsmouth where the evil mayor has enslaved a
Siren and terrorizes passing [...]

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