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iPhone 5c 8GB and iPad 2 replacement: why moving sideways works

iPhone 5c 8GB and iPad 2 replacement: why moving sideways works

This week Apple has made a couple of moves in their iPad and iPhone collections available on the market that might not make a lot of sense to consumers. For the iPhone, they’ve added an iPhone 5c that works with 8GB of internal storage space - the previous smallest model was 16GB. For the iPad, they’ve gotten rid of the iPad 2 (the last model available with a 30-pin connector), replacing it with the iPad 4 (aka iPad with Retina Display and Lightning connector).

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LINE Voice Calls activated in USA and 7 other countries

LINE Voice Calls activated in USA and 7 other countries

The latest update of the LINE chat app has added a system in which users will be able to make use of free voice calls inside their own countries and abroad. This "LINE Call" system works inside a number of countries - Columbia, The Philippines, Spain, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, Peru, and the United States, and will be available to users who have registered their mobile phone number with the service. Which calls are free and which are available for "cheap domestic and international calls" is not yet entirely clear.

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iOS Healthbook details leak for tipped iOS 8 launch

iOS Healthbook details leak for tipped iOS 8 launch

There’s a new ecosystem within iOS being rumored this season which includes a health-centered aim for the next generation of iPhones. While this "Healthbook" will work with the iPhone 5s as well, the big dish will be inside iOS 8 for the next generation. These details come from 9to5Mac where Mark Gurman appears to have the full run-down. This update will likely be appearing before the end of 2014.

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Google Hangouts is down, it’s not just you [Update: Restored]

Google Hangouts is down, it’s not just you [Update: Restored]

This morning Google Hangouts is on the fritz. Users across the United States are reporting outages as well as down-time entirely as the service is experiencing difficulty in both sending and receiving messages. This downtime appears to be at a server level as both desktop (web browser) and mobile versions of the ecosystem are experiencing difficulties.

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Twitch brings iOS streaming in-game with Asphalt 8

Twitch brings iOS streaming in-game with Asphalt 8

This week the folks at Twitch have announced their first effort in mobile device streaming with in-game integration with the racing game Asphalt 8: Airborne. This game’s streaming abilities will start with the iOS version of the title for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, while we must assume that the Android update will be coming sooner than later. This game is just the first in a long line of Twitch mobile gaming efforts, with streaming coming to both iOS and Android this year.

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Google boosts mobile gaming: cross-platform multiplay & more

Google boosts mobile gaming: cross-platform multiplay & more

Google has updated its Google Play Game services to add multiplayer support to iOS, just as on Android, in addition to game gifts for sending in-game objects to other players. The updates, which are timed alongside the Game Developers Conference (GDC) this week, also include sending multiplayer invitations directly from within the Play Games app, while Google is also making specific types of game easier to find by boosting the number of categories in the Play store by eighteen.

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile heads to iOS devices

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile heads to iOS devices

There have been a number of games over the years that allow the player to build up cities and other constructs based on whatever they can dream up. Games like SimCity are what most of us think of when it comes to titles that let you decided what things look like in the game. Another game of this sort that has been around for a while is RollerCoaster Tycoon.

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Crazy Taxi: City Rush due March for iOS and Android

Crazy Taxi: City Rush due March for iOS and Android

SEGA has made Crazy Taxi for iOS and Android free to download, giving away the original game in its mobile form for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices ahead of a new version, Crazy Taxi: City Rush, due imminently. The game - originally designed for arcades in 1999, but then released for SEGA's Dreamcast the following year before being subsequently ported to PlayStation and other platforms - sees players racing to collect and drop-off passengers in a series of time-trials.

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Unity acquires Applifer to add instant replays for games

Unity acquires  Applifer to add instant replays for games

If you are a gamer and like to have games that you can play on your portable and mobile devices, you may be familiar with a company called Unity. Unity is a firm that has been around for a while and has a game development engine that allows the developer to build a game one time and then run that game natively on multiple platforms.

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