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Born and raised in sunny West Texas, Brent graduated from Texas Tech University with a BA in journalism. One day, he would like to move to the Big Island of Hawaii and live in a quiet house by the ocean. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Get ready for some fun horse racing action in Turbo Trot
This fun one-touch game is easy to learn, but difficult to master.
Just in time for Sunday’s big game, a new Sports Illustrated app lands on the App Store
Sports fans can pin live games to the home screen while browsing other stories and headlines.
A new way to play Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft will arrive this spring
The Standard format will feature a deck built from cards released in the current and previous calendar year.
Apple Pay now supported by more than 30 new financial institutions in the United States
The mobile payment system is also available at more than 2 million retail locations.
The official TED app updated with 3D Touch, full optimization for the iPad Pro and more
In version 2.6, the talk details screen has be revamped on both the iPhone and iPad.
Apple will soon launch a broken iPhone upgrade program
According to a new report, you’ll soon also be able to have a screen protector installed at a local Apple Store.
Kids can head to the construction site with the new Sago Mini Trucks and Diggers
Designed for ages 2 to 4, kids can play with six huge machines and build all day with piles of dirt.
Have documents notarized from your iPhone with the new Notarize app
The service is legal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Confidential CC update brings a new name, Email App, and more
The unique app allows users to send an encrypted and ephemeral message that disappears after being read once.
Sony says to expect dual-lens cameras to be adopted by 'major smartphone players’
At least one version of the next-generation iPhone is rumored to offer the technology.
The once controversial After School app is plowing full speed ahead
The anonymous messaging app for high school students was previously banned from the App Store for four months.
You can now purchase Square’s Apple Pay reader at US Apple Stores and online
The reader can give small businesses a quick and easy way to accept Apple’s mobile payment system.
Apple’s Back to School Promotion returns to Australia and New Zealand
Buyers can snag a pair of Beats Solo2 On-Ear headphones for free with a qualifying Mac purchase.
Twelve South unveils new BookBook cases for the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4
The popular accessory maker also announced that the line will soon branch out to the iPad Pro.
Nintendo’s second mobile game will feature a ‘familiar’ character
The venerable game maker said that it will begin prelaunch registration for its first game, Miitomo, soon.
The 'iPhone 7' may lose the rear antenna bands and camera bulge
A new report also says the handset may be only slightly thinner than the current iPhone 6s models.
One ill-informed Apple analyst doubts that the ‘iPhone 5se’ will arrive next month
Gene Munster thinks Apple will only feature a new iPad Air and a second-generation Apple Watch.
Master & Dynamic unveils a palladium-coated version of its ME05 earphones
The high-end product sports 8mm titanium drivers and replaceable acoustic filters.
The NFL’s Super Bowl Stadium App is for the lucky few attending the big game
Fans at Super Bowl 50 in Levi’s Stadium can watch the commercials, instant replays, and more on their iPhone.
Even with the tablet market facing decline, Apple continues to outshine Microsoft
A new estimate says Apple sold more than 2 million iPad Pros during the holiday shopping season.
The 'iPad Air 3' is shaping up to be a mini version of the iPad Pro
Another new leak shows the tablet featuring four speakers and a rear-facing camera flash.
Take to the sky in Piloteer, Apple’s latest free App of the Week
Great ready to fly, and crash a lot, in this fun ragdoll physics game.
| January 29
Apple’s Safari is now the only major iOS browser to support the Do Not Track initiative
Google’s Chrome recently dropped the feature after a recent update.
| January 29