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Tumblr’s password loop hole

Posted July 17, 2013 @ 2:23 pm CST by Alberto Lima

If you’ve downloaded the Tumblr app for your iPhone or iPad, you might want to go and change that password. It’s okay, we’ll wait for you to come back. Back? Okay. Earlier today computer security consult and blogger, Graham Cluley, reported on a serious security oversight on the part of Tumblr. Cluley found that the […]

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Noisestash: Three apps that help organize my life

Posted July 5, 2013 @ 3:55 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Over the last few months I’ve found myself completely overwhelmed by the rigors of managing two websites, freelance work, and carving out personal time to deal with the important things. Up until recently I scoffed at the idea of using to-do lists and apps for keeping it all together – possibly out of some misguide […]

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The Pebble Smartwatch is on its way!

Posted January 23, 2013 @ 2:15 pm CST by Alberto Lima

If you’re one of the folks that supported Pebble’s Kickstarter campaign, you’ve been waiting for this bit of news for some time now. Today, Pebble has announced that the first run of Smartwatches are on their way to some customers. The compatible Android app is also going live in the Google Play Store by tomorrow […]

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The new NRA shooting game is rated ages 4+ says Apple App Store

Posted January 14, 2013 @ 11:32 am CST by Alberto Lima

Got an iOS device? Like guns? Have a four-year-old? If the answer to all three was yes, then Apple thinks you should totally let them have at the National Rifle Association’s newest game – NRA: Practice Range. According to a report in FastCompany, Apple’s dubious decisions by the gatekeepers of its wall garden have found “no objectionable material” […]

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Scott Forstall “got what he deserved,” says Nest founder

Posted November 29, 2012 @ 9:48 am CST by Alberto Lima

Have you seen the Nest smart thermostat? It’s a beautifully designed learning thermostat designed by former iPod chief, Tony Fadell. Did you hear about Scott Forstall being fired a week ago? The former iOS boss was unceremoniously canned after the poor reviews iOS Maps received. Most of us in the blogosphere have debated whether it was a […]

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Pokédex app on iTunes Japan; the sign of what's to come?
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Nintendo does an about face; releases Pokedex app for iOS

Posted November 25, 2012 @ 8:00 am CST by Alberto Lima

Now here’s something that you don’t see every day; above is an official Pokédex app for iOS (iPhone/iPad) by none other than the Big N itself – Nintendo! Though listed as being published by “The Pokémon Company,” the app is actually made by Creatures Inc. – the main creators of the Pokémon games and a […]

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Say hello to the new iPhone

Posted September 13, 2012 @ 5:03 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Did you hear the news, Apple announced something today but no one was around to hear. Not really, if you haven’t heard you probably just stuck your head in the sand and decided against checking Twitter or your favorite blogs; but in either case, Apple officially announced their 6th generation iPhone – the iPhone 5. […]

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Roundup: Week of Wonder

Posted August 17, 2012 @ 12:41 pm CST by Chris Ness

It’s been an odd week. Team Fortress Mann vs Machine was released, and it’s quite fun if you can find a match.   The Engineering Team behind Curiosity did an AMA. While simultaneously being smart, witty and awesome, these engineers went fairly in-depth about the Mars rover Curiosity, including what programming language they use, and […]

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Windows Phone 7.5 beats iOS, Android in false certificate, MitM attacks

Posted August 7, 2012 @ 11:44 am CST by Chris Ness

At the most recent Blackhat conference, the high-end information security meeting, mobile devices were put to the test with false certificates. Microsoft Exchange allows for IT departments to remotely lock or wipe devices, assuming the certificates check out. Well, that’s the theory. According to Peter Hannay, a security researcher, iOS and Android are both susceptible to […]

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Roundup: Standalone Zombies

Posted August 7, 2012 @ 11:12 am CST by Chris Ness

Good morning, dudes and dudettes. I’ve started the roundup early, so be prepared to have your face filled with news. Sponsor a Zombie from Timothy W. Stevens on Vimeo. Day-Z becomes standalone. Day-Z, the incredibly popular mod for the Arma II combat simulator from Bohemia Interactive, has been given the green-light by Bohemia for stand […]

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