Month: September 2011

New service offers online sales for Mac developers

New service offers online sales for Mac developers UK company Vindico Technologies has announced a new service for Mac developers – Deliver2Mac. The company hopes to offer cost-effective digital download services to Mac developers and publishers through the service. The company will offer hosting and merchant payment services that independent developers can use when selling their software online. As a special launch deal, developers or publishers can have one product hosted on the service at no charge for one...

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Brad McQuaid's New MMO Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen | Vanguard: Saga of Heroes | Everquest

Brad McQuaid’s New MMO Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen | Vanguard: Saga of Heroes | Everquest The Vanguard creator returns with a title for his new project… And that’s it. Anyone who has ever played Everquest or Vanguard should already know the name Brad McQuaid. However, he’s no longer a member of SOE. In fact, he’s on to his own project–unveiled on Friday, January 3rd. This new MMO, Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen, will Kickstart later this year. McQuaid has projected development to take up to 3 years with a long period of beta testing. He has already planned to include early footage...

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Untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 available for download

Untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 available for download Absinthe 2.0, the jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1, is ready and available for download, the Jailbreak Dream Team announced at the Hack in the Box conference in Amsterdam on Friday. Absinthe 2.0 can be used to jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 devices, allowing users to gain root access to the OS and, for example, download applications not authorized by Apple. Absinthe 2.0 is untethered, which is more desirable than tethered jailbreaks because it allows users to reboot their devices without plugging them into external computers. Untethered jailbreaks also allow devices to remain jailbroken after...

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Apple denies iTunes tax plans – UPDATED

Apple denies iTunes tax plans – UPDATED Apple has roundly denied reports that it plans to set up for business in the Channel Islands. A statement from an Apple representative received by Macworld this morning: “This report is not true”, adding that the original report which was carried in the Daily Telegraph was “completely wrong”. Apple is looking into some activity in the islands, it confirmed, but the Telegraph report missed the mark: “In order to provide an optimum service quality to our customers, we are evaluating the need for a Channel Islands Apple Online store. In the meantime,...

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PS4 Anisotropic Filtering Issue Permanent Fix Discovered By Sony? DmC PS4 Pre vs Post Patch Comparison Screens

PS4 Anisotropic Filtering Issue Permanent Fix Discovered By Sony? DmC PS4 Pre vs Post Patch Comparison Screens The long pending “Anisotropic Filtering” issue on PlayStation 4 seems to have been finally fixed. This AF issue on PlayStation 4 resulted in “Blurr Textures” at an oblique viewing angle (mostly found in third party PS4 games). Sony assured PlayStation community that they are working on it for a permanent solution, and it seems like that fix has finally released. Ninja Theory via Twitter confirmed that Devil May Cry Definitive Edition AF issue on PlayStation 4 has been resolved via the patch....

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