You might not be a rocket scientist, but you can play one in Kerbal Space Program. Launch your very own rockets and explore all space has to offer with this critically-acclaimed game, on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
In case you were busy this week and didn’t get a chance to check out Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.
The newly released tweaks range from providing a more convenient method of toggling Night Mode in the Twitter app to bringing a clutter-free interface to Snapchat.
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The days leading up to the holiday have been a real roller coaster ride for Cyanogen fans. Yesterday, Cyanogen Inc. unceremoniously pulled the plug on its support for CyanogenOS in a short post declaring that “all services and Cyanogen-supported nightly builds will be discontinued” by the year’s end.
In a post today titled “A Fork in the Road,” the team behind… Read More Go to Source
Author: Brian Heater
Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first game for the iPhone and it shows. While the game itself is jolly good fun and a much-needed dose of nostalgia, there are some glaring issues with the game. There are the biggest annoyances and problems with Super Mario Run and how to fix them.
Looking for some last minute deals on Mac this Christmas? While you will not find deals as enticing as what you find during Black Friday or Cyber Monday, many retailers are still offering attractive discounts on Apple’s Mac lineup.
A former advisor to Hillary Clinton offers the president-elect suggestions for keeping the nation’s technology industry thriving. The post Dear Mr. Trump: Here’s How to Maintain America’s Tech Lead appeared first on WIRED.
If you’ve checked out reviews for Super Mario Run lately, you might notice they’ve been rather lukewarm for such a hyped up game. Many complaints revolve around the price — that the game is simply not worth $10 for what you get.
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It’s been a rocky few months for Cyanogen, the ambitious startup that aimed to build a better version of Android than Google. It has laid off staff, let go of its CEO and parted ways with another co-founder — now it is shutting down its services and nightly software builds on December 31. Read More Go to Source
Author: Jon Russell