Monthly Archives: April 2017

Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War 3 – Final Review

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Share. Beautiful, bloody, and fast-paced strategy that sometimes gets bogged down in the details. By Dan Stapleton Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War 3 is as bloody and chaotic as its bombastic sci-fi universe demands. After its predecessor memorably focused almost exclusively on unit tactics, the pendulum has swung back toward larger armies and basic base-building, […]

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Review

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Share. This also-ran shooter has some decent action, but misses the mark with some significant technical problems. By Caley Roark Playing Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, if you’ve played games from similar series like Far Cry and Sniper Elite, gives a constant sense of deja vu. Its mechanics mostly competently echo those more popular franchises, but […]

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Introducing LivePhotosKit JS

April 20, 2017 This new JavaScript-based API makes it easy to embed Live Photos on your websites. In addition to enabling Live Photos on iOS and macOS, you can now let users display their Live Photos on the web. Learn more about Live Photos. Back to News Source link

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AWS's James Hamilton hits back at Oracle's Mark Hurd over cloud investment claims

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AWS distinguished engineer James Hamilton slaps back at Oracle’s Mark Hurd Amazon Web Services (AWS) vice president and distinguished engineer, James Hamilton, has refuted claims made by Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd in a Fortune interview last week that Oracle didn’t need to spend… Source link

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Search Ads is Expanding to the UK, Australia, and New Zealand

Starting April 25, 2017 at 10 a.m. PDT, Search Ads will be available on the App Store in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, providing an efficient and easy way to promote your app at the top of relevant search results in more markets. Get started with your campaigns today. Learn more about Search Ads. Source link

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Review: Great enterprise phones with potential to be better

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Smartphone reviewers throw around the term “flagship” pretty loosely, to the point where it’s come to mean “a high-spec phone from a major or mid-level manufacturer.” But when you get your hands on a phone with the technical excellence and attention to detail of the Samsung Galaxy S8 series, you’re reminded that there’s more to […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Phone – Review

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What is the Samsung Galaxy S8? Phones have become a little stale. Whether it’s an iPhone 7, Huawei P10, Sony Xperia XZ Premium or any other flagship phone, they all look and feel the same. But just when I thought a phone couldn’t surprise and delight me any more, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has proved […]

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Intel scraps Intel Developer Forum as it looks beyond PCs for growth

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No more Intel Developer Forum for Intel Semiconductor giant Intel has scrapped its Intel Developer Forum and cancelled the event planned for August this year as a result of the continuing slowdown in the PC market and a decline in attendees… Source link

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What’s New in TestFlight

TestFlight in iTunes Connect now provides multiple build support, enhanced group capabilities, and improved tester management—making it even easier to test your apps. Multiple BuildsTestFlight now lets you distribute and test multiple builds at the same time, so testers can choose from a number of builds to test. GroupsTestFlight groups have changed. You can now […]

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Moto G (2017) Phone – Review

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What is the Moto G5? The Moto G5 is, like every model in this series, a great budget Android phone. It’s the near-perfect solution for people who want a phone they can buy outright or on a cheap contract. It also makes the least impact of just about any Moto G to date, though, so […]

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