- Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle: Pay what you want for 9 award-winning Mac Apps
- The Humble Indie Bundle 6 is Here
- iPhone 5 Review Roundup
- iOS 6 is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
- 10 New App Store Games To Watch [September 10 - 16]
Posted: 19 Sep 2012 04:35 PM PDT
We’ve covered a number of Stacksocial deals on TMA before, but their latest offer really is quite fantastic. Following in the footsteps of the Humble Bundle, the The Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle lets you choose how much you want to pay for these great Mac apps, 10% of which will go to a charity of your choice.
Posted: 19 Sep 2012 03:39 PM PDT
Feeling charitable AND looking for some new games to play on your PC, Mac or Linux? Well the Humble Indie Bundle is back in its 6th iteration and you can once again pay what you want for several quality games.
Like all H.I.B promos, all games are DRM free and you get to choose how your payment is divided: between the developers and/or charity of your choice. Head over to the Humble Indie Bundle 6 page for the the complete details. Deal ends October 2nd.
Posted: 19 Sep 2012 12:19 PM PDT
With just 2 days to go before launch and lineups already starting in various cities around the globe, iPhone 5 reviews have started to appear on the web. Not surprisingly, most are glowingly positive, with plenty of emphasis given to it’s slimmer and lighter build, improved camera and blazing LTE speeds. Whether you’ve already pre-ordered, plan on waiting in line, or will be holding out until the iPhone 6 (or will that be the iPhone 5S?), it’s worth checking out what some of the more prominent tech journalists are saying about the latest and greatest iPhone. The roundup after the break.
Posted: 19 Sep 2012 10:49 AM PDT
Apple’s latest mobile operating system – iOS 6 – is finally available to the masses. Available either as a download over-the-air and directly from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch (go to Settings –> General –> Software Update), or by plugging it into your computer and updating via iTunes, iOS 6 contains over 200 new features, including Apple’s all-new maps app, Passbook, an improved Siri and more. We previous posted about its most notable new additions, as well as a list of features that are/aren’t compatible with older iDevices. For the complete scoop on the latest OS, hit Apple’s iOS 6 page, or start updating your iPhone/iPad to see first hand all the new goodies that are included.
Posted: 19 Sep 2012 03:00 AM PDT
This week provided a nice mix of genres for the diverse iOS gamer. Fans of crazy sports games could sink their time into Wonderputt, a new mini-golf game with some interesting course design. You actually get to see some of the holes being created, and it can be almost as fun to watch as to play. If you're looking for a different type of adventure try Escape The House: A 3D Sound Experience. This happens to be a promotional tool for an upcoming horror movie, and given the game play genre it actually makes interesting use of the features your iOS device has to offer. Pokemon and Final Fantasy fans can converge on Guardian Cross, the latest offering from Square Enix. This "collect and fight" style game has an incredible development pedigree, and apparently is completely playable without spending a penny.
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