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A Redditor got Stadia to run on an iPhone

By app store, apple, appstore, browser, engadget, game streaming, gaming, google, google stadia, googlestadia, ios, iPhone, News, reddit, STADIA, stadium, workround

Although Apple cracked open the door for game streaming services to run on iPhone and iPad earlier this month, you can’t use Stadia, xCloud or GeForce Now on those devices yet. Well, at least not officially.Members of the Stadia subreddit have…

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India has banned TikTok, WeChat and many other Chinese apps

By android, app store, appstore, Baidu, ByteDance, China, engadget, gear, Google Play Store, googleplaystore, India, ios, News, politics, QQ, Tencent, tiktok, WeChat, Xiaomi

India has banned dozens of apps made by Chinese companies, including TikTok, WeChat and several QQ and Baidu apps. The Ministry of Information Technology made the decision “in view of information available they are engaged in activities which …

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Pandora’s Apple Watch app can stream music without an iPhone

By app store, apple, apple music, Apple Watch, applemusic, applewatch, appstore, engadget, gear, Music Streaming, musicstreaming, pandora, Podcast, podcasts, services

Next time you go for a run or to the gym, you might be able to leave your phone behind but still listen to whatever music you want on the fly if you’re a Pandora premium subscriber. The Apple Watch app no longer needs to be tethered to an iPhone to s…

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Google also has a data-vacuuming iOS app that bypasses the App Store

By android, apple, appstore, datacollection, engadget, facebook, gear, google, ios, iPhone, Mobile, privacy, projectatlas, Security, vpn

Facebook isn’t the only tech giant to offer a data-vacuuming app that sidesteps Apple’s App Store. Since 2012, Google has allowed people to earn gift cards by offering up their data through its Screenwise project. On iOS and Android, the company gain…

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Christianity and conservationism collide in ‘Pangolin’s Puzzle’

By android, appstore, av, conservation, engadget, gaming, googleplay, hands-on, ios, Mobile, mobilegaming, pangolin, pangolinspuzzle, personal computing, personalcomputing, Religion

Pangolin’s Puzzle is a new mobile game that offers a refreshing approach to the puzzle genre — instead of relying solely on spatial manipulation or number-based solves, it serves up written logic problems. Players manipulate patches of the environme…

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Mobile-gaming titans keep ripping off indies

By android, apple, appstore, av, Business, clone, copycat, copyright, copyrightinfringement, donutcounty, engadget, gaming, google, googleplay, ios, ketchapp, Mobile, personal computing, voodoo

The word “casual” has long been flung out as an insult on video-game forums and social media. It’s deployed to belittle the interests of people who enjoy more relaxing experiences than gritty shooters, strategy-rich online games or time-sucking RPGs….

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Mobile-gaming titans keep ripping off indies

By android, apple, appstore, av, Business, clone, copycat, copyright, copyrightinfringement, donutcounty, engadget, gaming, google, googleplay, ios, ketchapp, Mobile, personal computing, voodoo

The word “casual” has long been flung out as an insult on video-game forums and social media. It’s deployed to belittle the interests of people who enjoy more relaxing experiences than gritty shooters, strategy-rich online games or time-sucking RPGs….

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The new Mac App Store is inspired by iOS

By app, apple, apps, appstore, av, design, engadget, entertainment, gaming, gear, Internet, ios, iosappstore, macappstore, macos, macosmojave, mojave, personal computing, personalcomputing, wwdc2018

Apple has revealed a redesigned Mac App Store at WWDC 2018, which takes clear design cues from the iOS version. The new digital shop now looks a lot like the one on your iPhone and iPad, featuring a "Discover" tab that will highlight…

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Attackers used Telegram to deliver cryptocurrency-mining malware

By apple, appstore, cryptocurrency, engadget, fantomcoin, gear, google, googleplay, Internet, kasperskylab, mining, monero, personal computing, personalcomputing, Security, telegram, vulnerability, zcash, zeroday

Kaspersky Lab says it spotted evidence of a vulnerability in the desktop version of Telegram that allowed attackers to install cryptocurrency mining malware on users’ computers. The zero-day exploit was used to trick Telegram users into downloading m…

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Some mobile games are listening to what children watch

By advertising, alphonsolabs, apple, appstore, engadget, ftc, gear, google, googleplaystore, Mobile, Security, services, shazam, silverpush, tracking, vizio

Just in time for the new season of Black Mirror, another report of a company using smartphones to listen in on users has surfaced. The New York Times reported this week that a number of apps are using software produced by a startup called Alph…

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There’s a fake version of ‘Cuphead’ on the App Store (updated)

By apple, appstore, Business, cuphead, engadget, fake, game, gaming, Internet, ios, iPad, iPhone, itunes, Microsoft, studiomdhr, xbox, xboxone

Xbox’s retro-inspired Cuphead is on the App Store. There’s just one problem: it’s a fake. While the iTunes preview page looks legit, the game isn’t actually an official project from designer Studio MDHR. A quick whois search reveals that the phoney w…

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