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Indie Game Spotlight – Spectra

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Spectra is the first game from Gateway Interactive. Gateway teamed up with Chipzel (best known for his work on the Super Hexagon soundtrack) to create a retro style racer that uses gorgeous music and breakneck speed to create a game that is fun, beautiful, and addicting. The goal of Spectra is pretty simple: you’re racing on a procedurally generated track that is covered ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: APT

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight shines on APT, a first-person puzzle game by R.I.P Studios. Initial thoughts immediately liken the game to the Portal series, and these thoughts are very correct. However, this is not necessarily a negative thing. Portal is one of the most inventive, challenging, and entertaining games on the market, which means that there is plenty of room for ...

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OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 is now out in the open

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Apple today started sending out a new update to OS X Yosemite, bringing the version number up to 10.10.2. Supposedly, the update will bring improvements to overall system stability, as well as considerable amount of fixes to issues users have been having with Wi-Fi, slow internet speed, improvements to VoiceOver, iCloud, Time Machine and many more. There aren’t any security ...

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Privacy glitch in OS X Spotlight reveals IP addresses, but you can fix it

A privacy glitch in OS X reveals sensitive user data when Spotlight searches are performed

An alarming privacy glitch in OS X Yosemite was revealed today, analysts saying that through the glitch, bots, spammers, phishers and online tracking companies can pull e-mail addresses, IP addresses and other personal information without the user’s consent. According to various tests performed by IDG News Service as well as the original discoverer of the privacy glitch in OS X, ...

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