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Flappy Bird’s resurrection is imminent

Flappy Bird’s resurrection is imminent

Flappy Bird is an unlikely story of rampant success, unanticipated stardom, and, for some on the gaming end of the app, endless frustration and feelings of soul-crippling failure. It was a combination of all these things -- and a spark of controversy -- that led to the game's creator Dong Nguyen pulling his ware from its respective app stores, something he has announced plans to reverse.

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Google Play update gives users option of forcing password for every purchase

Google Play update gives users option of forcing password for every purchase

One of the biggest complaints that Android and iOS users have about the way the iOS App Store and Google Play works is with how purchases are made. While an adult is responsible enough to know that an app or in-game purchase requires real money, children aren't. This has resulted in an outcry from parents whose kids have racked up big charges on various app stores for purchases without permission.

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iOS-based Threes! hits Android in search of similar success

iOS-based Threes! hits Android in search of similar success

The game "Threes!" has been out for a few weeks on iOS for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, currently holding the coveted #14 spot in the iTunes Paid Apps popularity chart. Today the developers behind the app have released their Android build to the Google Play app store. This app costs a cool $1.99 at launch, after which it’s suggested that it may cost 3 times as much.

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Wolfram Language wants to revolutionize coding

Wolfram Language wants to revolutionize coding

Wolfram Alpha has spawned a new symbolic programming language, Wolfram Language, with Stephen Wolfram revealing what he promises is the "most productive" way to create code. As with Wolfram Alpha search, which uses contextual awareness to answer questions, Wolfram Language is a "knowledge-based language", its inventor claims, giving the language itself continually-curated awareness of the world it exists in and how things like interfaces are structured, allowing even those with no prior programming experience the opportunity to build complex apps.

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Pebble 2.0 app for Android launches in full

Pebble 2.0 app for Android launches in full

This week Pebble 2.0 has launched for Android in full after a brief Beta period which was in full play as recent as earlier this week. This version of the Pebble app will bring on a full-fledged look at the Pebble browser for apps and watch faces, including all compatible software connections to Pebble 2.0 and firmware version 2.0.1. This app also adds the ability to troubleshoot issue and make suggestions to the Pebble crew straight from the software itself.

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Milk Music aims to differentiate Samsung devices with web radio

Milk Music aims to differentiate Samsung devices with web radio

Every once in a while there’s an app or device release who’s appearance on the market is more important than its inner workings. With Milk Music, this much is true. Samsung is continuing down the road of adding value to their devices, and their devices only, with apps that only work on Galaxy smartphones, Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy Tab tablet series. Milk Music is an internet radio app made to bring advertisement-free music to Samsung devices.

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Vine cracks down on content

Vine cracks down on content

Vine content runs the gamut from interesting snippets of everyday life -- a sort of extension on the memories created with a snapshot -- to elaborate animations or carefully planned short video-form stories. Amongst all the offerings lies an underbelly of raunchy content, however, something Vine is cracking down on.

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