What’s new in iOS12? How is Apple tackling smartphone addiction? How will iPhone apps run on a Mac? What’s happening with the Apple TV 4K?
A smattering of stories for your perusal from around the wide web, including the latest iOS 10 betas, issues around Australian census privacy and the passing of a technology legend.
Niantic’s update to Pokémon GO modifies game behaviour, as well as shifting the locations of some Pokéstops, which will please some privacy advocates while probably annoying fans of the game.
About a week ago, I wrote a piece about Apple’s seemingly slipping software standards. Not everyone agrees on this, however.
The post-release hype has died down (a little), but do Apple’s latest smartphones make sense if you’re upgrading?
Apple’s released the latest major update to its mobile operating system, iOS 9. The promised update to the Apple Watch OS, however, has been delayed.
Apple announced a lot of new products this morning, from new iPhones to revamped iPad lines to the new Apple TV. Here’s the basics of each new line, as well as when you can get your hands on them.
I did say I’d review Pac-Man 256 if I was still playing it after a week. In news that should shock absolutely nobody, I’m still playing it after a week. Guess that means I have to write a review, which I sort of already did. What I can review, however, […]
I think it’s fair to say that I’m rather dangerously obsessed with Hipster Whale’s Pac-Man 256. The one thing that playing it relentlessly has done has given me some insight into how to maximise your scoring possibilities.
Pac-Man is a classic, well loved for its gluttony. Pac-Man 256 is what happens when you merge its famous glitch with the endless runner concept. The end result is excellent (at least at first), both in execution, and the way it handles its in app purchases.