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Not content with releasing a size for everyone Android device the Samsung Galaxy 3 is out now. Slimmer and faster it’s not a bad spec bump.
Te new slate, running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on a 1.2GHz dualcore processor, trims …
Sweetness personified. Xcom has made it to the Mac. Available through the XCOM: Enemy Unknown – Elite Edition contains bonus material those other systems didn’t get at launch.
I really didn’t care for those “shouting” Apple adverts. For me it felt almost crass when compared to the svelte smoothness and class of previous adverts. Thankfully Apple’s marketing department has calmed down a little more now with “Every Day” iPhone Commercial focusing on …
Glui certainly shook things up on it’s release taking the contender skitch full on and beating it quite comprehensively. To celebrate the latest update Glui is FREE for the week and there’s a whole host of updates.
Apple has announced that its WWDC kicks off between June 10th-14th and will take place in San Francisco to talk about the future of iOS and OS X at Moscone West and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Barry lets you take full length screenshots of web pages in our built-in mobile browser and export them as an image to your Mac/Dropbox or any other app. This is much more than just a screenshot using the “home button + power button” combo. Source: Barry – Webpage Screenshot for iOS It’ll set you back 69p
As reported in The Telegraph, Apple iPad addiction is a problem not only for adults but for one four-year-old girl from the South East of England. The toddler became increasingly “distressed and inconsolable” when the iPad was taken away from her.