Quake Classic Confirmed for iPhone

If there’s one thing you could say about John Carmack, it’s that he’s an interesting read to say the least. On October 30, id Software finally released the iPhone version of Doom Classic. For $6.99, gamers get 36 levels of classic Hell goodness from all four original episodes: Knee-Deep in the Dead, Shores of Hell, […]

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Dev Angry Over App Approval, Apple Responds

The wishy-washy method in which Apple approves, rejects, publishes, and un-publishes applications for the App Store is nothing new: most developers and consumers know there’s something fishy with the entire process. The controversy, in fact, has caught the attention of the FCC in regards to rejections of Google Voice and similar applications. Even last week […]

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Skype Sextortion Scams Starving Students

A Skype sextortion scam has hit northern England: A woman calling herself Cathy Wong befriended at least three young men on Facebook, got them to contact her via Skype and then convinced them to perform sexual acts for her via webcam. According to North Yorkshire Police, she secretly recorded these acts and later used the […]

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Disney acknowledges Disney Plus’s major technical issues

Update Tuesday, 11:25 a.m. ET: is up and running across all of our devices.  Those hoping to start streamingon day 1 may have hit a wall trying. See more According to, the reports began around 7 a.m. Eastern time and seemed most prominent New York City, but perhaps that’s just due to the concentrated populations. […]

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Adobe Adds 3D Printing Functions To Photoshop CC

3D printing aficionados can now get more creative control over their projects. Adobe is bringing 3D printing functions to its. The update, which will be available for free for all Creative Cloud members today, also integrates output options with printers such as the Makerbot series or vendors such as Shapeways.com. While users have been able […]

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That Was Fast: Apple Already Sued Over FaceTime Flaw

Editors’ Note: Updated at 6:20 p.m. ET with tweets from the New York Attorney General’s office and Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Even as aon iOS and Mac was making the rounds on social media Monday (Jan. 28), one lawyer was already filing suit against the iPhone maker for damages. And that may not be the end […]

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First Guy in Line for Kinect Arrived Monday Night

Come midnight, Kinect will be available in retail outlets across the country. Provided the system doesn’t sell out, you should be able to stroll down to your local electronics store and pick up Kinect whenever you have the time. Still, there’s something to be said for being among the first to get a newly released […]

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How to Limit Auto-Play Videos on Instagram

For those watching to keep their mobile data budgets trim, well, auto-playing videos are nothing but a a hindrance, not a convenience. You can still find a way around Facebook’s Auto-play feature, but Instagram sadly removed that ability from its current setting. This doesn’t mean there isn’t anything you can do to constrain your mobile […]

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YouTube Music and YouTube Premium, explained

The streaming music industry just got a little more complicated, as YouTube’s evolved its major offerings with a YouTube Music subscription service and YouTube Premium (the new name for YouTube Red). Here’s what current and potential subscribers need to know. What is YouTube Music? and the Google Play Music services, and compete with. YouTube Music […]

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