Summer is coming, school days are ending, so we skipped all the educational apps that are seeing major price drops this week. If you're interested, there are plenty out there, but school's out, school's out, teacher let the monkeys out. So these monkeys want to play and they want to go on vacation, so let's see what we can do for them.
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. This week, we have a role-playing classic in Dragon Quest VIII matched up against some promising newcomers like Romans in My Carpet! and Delivery Outlaw. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
So maybe you heard the rumor that the latest OS X beta suggests new iMacs are possible soon and you'd like to put off that purchase as long as possible. Good for you, but if the situation is desperate and you've got to get a new machine, consider the refurb market. Nearly new, Apple certified, and savings galore. Go have a look.
[UPDATED!] Whether you’re new to Mac or simply need a refresher on the most fantastic games available right now, our list of the 25 best Mac games today will help you find ample fun — no matter your budget or preferences. While the Mac has scads of older classics, these are the modern and magnificent games you’ll want to fire up now, and we’ll be updating it from time to time with even newer favorites.
Well, despite WWDC being just around the corner, the Apple rumor mill hasn't turned up anything spectacularly groundbreaking this week. Hmm, we wonder if Tim Cook's promise to knuckle down on security is paying off. Meanwhile, could the war also be coming to an end with Google? And what's this giant security risk with your iPhone and why didn't Apple reply to the hackers who brought it to their attention? Let's find out what's going on out there.
Let's kick off this Memorial Day weekend right with some serious price cuts to some serious games. There's a ton out there and there's going to be more, we can feel it. Almost like a disturbance in the Force…
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. This week, we have a promising-looking X-Men action game, the charming two-player dance experience Bounden, and even a MacGyver game in the mix. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
A little of this and a little of that. Something for everyone. That's what we've got for you. If you want a small sticker on a small computer, we've got you covered. You want a light laptop at a light price, we've got your back. If you want a bit of gadgetry, we can do that too. So dive on in and let's see how much you're going to save this week.
[UPDATED] Loading up your iPad with games isn't difficult, but filling each page and folder with the best the App Store has to offer can be a challenging endeavor. Luckily, we're here to ease that process with our list of the 25 best iPad games, a varied and regularly-updated selection of the top tablet experiences around. While some of these games are great on any iOS device, many are particularly enhanced by the larger screen, or may include additional features or modes not seen on smaller displays. All the same, if you're new to the iPad scene or simply need a refresher on what's great for the platform, check out the slides within!
Looks like we've got a good handful of iPhone 6 and iOS 8 rumors cooking out there these days. No surprises to us. 'tis the season after all. As we move closer to WWDC, as we move closer to that traditional fall drop date, things start to percolate out there in the rumor mill world. So let's have a look at those and a few other tasty treats in this week's news roundup.