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Indie developer releases iPong, a reboot of the Atari classic

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Indie developer Soloweb developed a remastered edition of the Atari classic, “Pong”. The game was developed with a low-budget and is intended as a reboot of the original. Without any connection to Apple or their products, the developer named their game “iPong”. According to Soloweb, iPong is set into the future, as every existing race is fighting for the power ...

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The Moga Rebel: Your iPhone game controller

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Moga Rebel, the new premium game controller designed for iPhone and other Apple devices received a comprehensive review, courtesy of Techradar experts. As the Moga Pro was released over a year ago exclusively for Android operated devices, Apple’s iOS did not get the chance to enjoy a fully-sized dedicated gaming controller, until now. The Moga Rebel game controller is a licensed ...

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Apple Watch turns out to be the iWatch

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Are you disappointed that the iWatch is now the Apple Watch? I sure am, I liked the rumored name better. Apple has had a tendency of leting the “i” go at their event today, but we don’t know why. Anyhow, the iWatch, ehm, I mean Apple Watch is here! And it’s awesome. I’ve said about the iPhone 6 and Iphone ...

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Apple banned the use of dangerous chemicals in iPhone production

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Apple announced the banning of two dangerous chemicals used in the production of iPhones, iPads, iPods and MacBooks. Benzene and n-hexane are known for their harmful effects, the most dangerous of them being cancer and nerve damage. Even if their effects were known for some time, proving their association to the various cases of users becoming ill was never easy, ...

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Apple is launching its new iPad and iPad Mini

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Apple is preparing to reveal its newest iPads sometime this quarter, or at the beginning of the next, as Bloomberg suggested in a report. The production of the full-sized iPad has already begun, but as the same report stated, the company may have encountered some problems. The idea of a next quarter launch was backed-up by a statement that suggested ...

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Apple and Microsoft to be banned by the Chinese government

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Apple received a hard blow from China yesterday, as the government decided to exclude iPads and MacBooks from a list of products that can be bought with public money. This decision was encouraged by the security issues China had to deal with lately, and led to the banning of ten Apple products. Apple isn’t the only company whose devices were ...

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha to be released this year

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Along with the latest rumors about the Note 4 being released on September 3rd, here comes another one suggesting the better Galaxy S5 dubbed Alpha, is also hitting the market this year. Not that the Galaxy S5 has grown old and outdated, but Samsung is definitely planning to maintain its place on the market as one of the giants. The ...

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BlackBerry seals the deal with Secusmart, the voice encryption chips maker

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Years later than we expected, BlackBerry finally purchased a company that produces voice encryption chips for mobile phones. Everyone expected the relationship between the two companies to evolve, considering Secusmart provided encryption chips for BlackBerry for some time now. The German company worked with the government as well, along with other companies that wanted the best security when it comes ...

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Apple partners with IBM to create a new class of business apps

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We’ve heard about some pretty crazy partnerships this year, but this is definitely the most unexpected one yet. If you would have said back in the 80s or 90s that Apple and IBM will one day be partners you would have probably been ridiculed by most people. Well, it seems that the two tech giants have finally put their past differences ...

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