2011 December 12

Spacetime Studios’ MMOs go cross-platform with a Chrome release

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I’ve been a fan of Spacetime Studios ‘ MMOs on the iPhone for a while now. That’s right — while multiplayer and even massively multiplayer games are easy to find these days, Spacetime Studios was doing a full-scale World of Warcraft -style MMO back in the early days of iOS with Pocket Legends . The company recently followed that up with the successful Star Legends

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iTunes 10.5.2 available for direct download

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Fire up your updaters, campers, because there’s a prize inside — in theory, anyway. iTunes 10.5.2 has appeared on the iTunes direct download page , but it’s not yet showing up in Software Update, and the KB article covering the update is now 404ing. Reader Chasapple also points out that the Apple security updates page is having a bit of an issue, too ; it’s not displaying

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Inside the Apple t-shirt collector world

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The Wall Street Journal has a short but interesting piece on the world of Apple t-shirt collecting . There are two types of Apple t-shirts. The first are those shirts that the general public have access to via giveaways at Apple retail stores, such as the t-shirts at an opening of a new Apple Store

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Daily Mac App: Tweetdeck

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Twitter upgraded its suite of apps recently and gave Tweetdeck for the Mac a huge overhaul. Users loved the twitter client for its column-based interface and hated it for its reliance on Adobe Air. The latest version of Tweetdeck keeps the columns, but drops Adobe Air.

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Mortal Kombat creator talks about adapting Batman for iOS

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I got to meet up with Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon on the red carpet at last weekend’s VGAs, and rather than talking about the popular console fighting series, we instead talked about an iOS title: Batman: Arkham City Lockdown , which Boon’s Netherrealm Studios developed in conjunction with Warner Brothers and the developer behind the console Batman: Arkham City, Rocksteady Studios.

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