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Lara Croft Go ‘Mirror Of Spirits’ Available On iOS

04/13/2017, Back in 2015 Square Enix launched Lara Croft Go which is a puzzle game based on Tomb Raider. The game was initially launched on mobile devices, but ultimately found its way onto consoles where it was launched with the “Mirror of Spirits” DLC. The DLC...

Report Claims iOS 10.3.2 Will Render The iPhone 5 Obsolete

04/12/2017, We know that Apple has plans to eventually move its users and apps into 64-bit territory, with reports claiming that iOS 11 will kill off support for 32-bit apps completely. However that might actually be happening a bit earlier than expected, or at least...

Apple’s Clips App Sees 1 Million Downloads In First 4 Days

04/11/2017, Back in March Apple made a surprise announcement when they revealed that they had a new app called “Clips”. Given that Apple doesn’t release new apps all that often or apps of this nature, like we said, we were surprised. The app was then made...

Apple Could Drop 32-bit App Support Entirely With iOS 11

04/10/2017, When the ability to support 64-bit apps was introduced to iOS, it didn’t come as a surprise as Apple slowly started to push developers towards that direction. In fact earlier this year there were signs that Apple was dropping support for 32-bit apps,...

Security Researcher Reveals Android And iOS WiFi Security Flaw

04/06/2017, No software is completely free of bugs, but the extent of the bugs can range in terms of severity, whether it be an annoying issue that causes apps to crash, to one in which it allows hackers to easily hack into your device and access it. Recently a...

Apple’s ‘Clips’ App Now Available For Download

04/06/2017, Back when Apple took the wraps off the (Product) RED iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and the new 9.7-inch iPad, the company also announced that they would be launching a new social video editing app in the form of Clips. For those who want to take the app for a spin,...

Australian Consumer Regulator Sues Apple Over iPhone ‘Error 53′

04/06/2017, Last year in an update to iOS 9, it was discovered that if you had your iPhone repaired via an unauthorized repair center, it would result in your iPhone getting bricked and users would be greeted by an “Error 53” message. Now it seems that a year...

Microsoft Launches ‘Who’s In’ App For Apple’s iMessage

04/05/2017, Over the years we’ve seen Microsoft come up with all kinds of ways to integrate their products and services on other mobile platforms, whether it be productivity apps like Office, or voice assistant software like Cortana, or Android lockscreens. Now it...

Starbucks iMessage App Updated With Support For Gift Cards

04/04/2017, A couple of weeks ago Starbucks announced that soon, users of Apple’s iMessage platform would be able to send and receive Starbucks gift cards through the messaging app. For those who do frequent Starbucks and also use iMessage, you’ll be pleased to...

iOS 10.3 Update Accidentally Re-Enabled Some iCloud Services

04/04/2017, A little over a week ago Apple released the iOS 10.3 update which is one of the more major updates for iOS 10. While the update did bring about new features, changes, improvements, and bug fixes, it seems that it has also come with some small problems of...

Apple Patent Hints At Voice Identification Feature For Siri

04/04/2017, One of the “problems” with voice assistants right now is that they can react to just about anyone. This is why earlier this year, there was a bit of a humorous situation where a news broadcaster accidentally activated Alexa for many viewers while on...

Sprinkles Is Microsoft’s New AI-Powered Selfie App

04/04/2017, As if there aren’t already enough selfie apps out there, Microsoft today announced its new Sprinkles app that’s powered by artificial intelligence. It’s quite similar to other apps of its kind on the face of it. Sprinkles enables users...