IGN has named the ad-free version of the popular social trivia game ‘Trivia Crack’ its Free Game of the Month for June. This means that you can snag the premium title, which typically sells for $2.99, for free for both your iPhone and iPad.
For those of you who haven’t played it, Trivia Crack it’s a 1-on-1 trivia game that you can play wither either friends or total strangers. Questions are submitted by users, and grouped into 6 categories. First player to make it through all 6 wins…. Read the rest of this post here
The features of this mod are too numerous to list in a description, but suffice it to say that the Fully Loaded Menu for Grand Theft Auto 5 is one of the most versatile and useful that we have installed.
The first official photos of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 have been released, highlighting the series’ three lead characters.
In a trio of posts on the film’s official Facebook page, we get an early glimpse at what’s in store for Peeta, Gale, and Katniss in the final film in Lionsgate’s highly successful franchise. Here’s a look at Katniss, bow in hand, alongside a firearm-equipped Gale.
If you are feeling burned out from a long week of working too hard for someone else, maybe it’s time you treated yourself to something nice. Maybe you’ve been eying a cool game, or want to find a new way to get organized. If you are looking for something to relax with on your iPhone this weekend, we’ve got a list of apps and games we think you will enjoy…. Read the rest of this post here
When I first saw the Griffin WatchStand a couple of months ago, I was immediately turned off by its design. Why would an accessory aimed at a device as small as the Apple Watch have such a large footprint? I just couldn’t find a use for something that tall. That was until I received my Apple Watch…. Read the rest of this post here
Daybreak Games is shifting its development priorities from one MMORPG to another. The developer formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment will focus on more important tasks and systems for EverQuest Next, resulting in less updates for Landmark.
According to a blog post on the Landmark site, the changes will not move EverQuest Next’s release window up.
“As the team has wrapped up the various pieces related to the wipe and the bugs associated with it, we have been shifting our focus and resources over to work on the highest priority tasks and systems that will be used in EverQuest Next,” Senior Producer Terry Michaels said. “While we do this, we’re working in areas with high amounts of creative risk. This means that while we know what we want to do, we know it will take an unknown amount of iteration, tweaking and sometimes drastic direction changes to get these in game and working the way they need to.”
Earlier this evening, I had the opportunity to join Megan Morrone over at Tech News 2Night on TwiT. We discussed Apple Watch, WWDC, HomeKit, the new Music app in iOS 8.4, Android smart watches, the Pebble and more.
Lots of new tidbits of information is beginning to surface regarding a potential jailbreak for iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4, and the future of jailbreaking with iOS 9, which will presumably be released in beta form after the WWDC keynote on Monday, June 8th, 2015.
iDigitalTimes’ Cammy Harbison’s interview with TaiG member Ray Xie, revealed that the TaiG team is setting its sights on iOS 9 with regard to future jailbreaks. Not long after that interview went live, news began to leak out that Pangu, the other Chinese team responsible for some of the more recent jailbreaks, was preparing a jailbreak release for iOS 8.3 right after the release of iOS 8.4.
So what’s to make of all of this? Will we actually see an iOS 8.3 jailbreak released publicly? Will we have to wait until iOS 9 officially launches before another jailbreak surfaces? There’s no way to be 100% sure about any of this, especially with the rumored implementation of the so-called rootless security mechanism. But one thing is clear, the interest in jailbreaking—at least from a hacker perspective—is still strong…. Read the rest of this post here