Monthly Archives: January 2017

Wileyfox Swift 2 X Phone – Review

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What is the Wileyfox Swift 2 X? The Swift 2 X is British upstart Wileyfox’s current flagship smartphone, sitting above the firm’s slightly cheaper Swift 2. For the extra cash buyers get NFC, an improved screen and upgraded camera. On paper this makes it a valid rival to Motorola’s Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus, […]

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Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue Review

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What’s in a name? As much as you can cram, or so Square Enix seems to think with Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue. If nothing else, the awkward, mile-long moniker hints at the impressive breadth of content available: an HD remaster of the Nintendo 3DS’ Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, a short-but-entertaining […]

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SiriKit Now Available on watchOS 3.2

Use APIs to integrate Siri’s natural language experience into your watchOS app. SiriKit supports apps for fitness, payments, rides, and messages so users can ask Siri to start a workout, send money, book a ride, and more. Learn more about SiriKit for watchOS. Source link

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Allow Users to Provide Ratings From Within Your App

January 24, 2017 With iOS 10.3, you can use a new API to ask users to provide App Store ratings and reviews without leaving your app. You can also publicly respond to customer reviews on the App Store and Mac App Store. Learn more. Back to News Source link

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Asus VG248QE Gaming Monitor Review

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By Molly McLaughlin High refresh rates are the latest buzz in the monitor world and the Asus VG248QE (See it on Amazon) is a solidly built, entry-level model that runs at 144Hz and is a good introduction to the world beyond 60Hz. It’s a bit more expensive than competing models but performed well in our […]

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Tales of Berseria Review

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Share. It’s good to be bad in this emotional RPG. By Meghan Sullivan “Why do you think that birds fly?” This riddle is posed in the first hour of Tales of Berseria, the emotionally ragged semi-prequel to Tales of Zestiria that ripped my heart out again and again with its cautionary tale of a woman […]

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New Downloads Now Available

January 23, 2017 New downloads are now available that you can use to test apps for the latest release of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. macOS Sierra 10.12.3 (16D32) iOS 10.2.1 (14D27) watchOS 3.1.3 (14S960) tvOS 10.1.1 (14U712a) View all downloads. Back to News Source link

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

Share. A flawed but fun new spin on the classic Resident Evil formula. By Chloi Rad Resident Evil 7 takes some big risks with the long-running horror series. But even as some succeed and others fall flat, this new first-person take on the formula wisely remembers that it’s survival-horror adventure — composed of tense exploration […]

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Design Resources for iOS Apps Now Available

January 19, 2017 Creating iOS apps is even easier with the updated Apple UI Design Resources. Use the latest Sketch and Photoshop templates and guides, color palettes, and the San Francisco typeface to quickly and accurately design iOS apps that integrate seamlessly into the overall user experience of iOS. Learn more. Back to News Source […]

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Yakuza 0 Review

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Share. The prequel to Sega’s Japanese crime saga is a violent and compelling drama with a liberal splash of silliness. By Tristan Ogilvie The plot of Yakuza 0 is served up like a fresh bowl of udon noodles; simmering, full of twists and turns, and satisfying to the end. While I very much enjoyed the […]

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