Day: January 10, 2012

Multitasking in iOS 9 makes the iPad a true post-PC device

Multitasking in iOS 9 makes the iPad a true post-PC device The iPad has always been a paradox. While it may have been built to fill the rather sizable gap between the iPhone and Mac, it never really embraced its own identity, playing second fiddle to each of the devices it was stuck between. Consequently, Apple’s mighty tablet has never quite been able to live up to the lofty expectations it created as the de facto leader of the post-PC revolution. But all that’s about to change. During the middle of his WWDC presentation, Craig Federighi somewhat surprisingly devoted...

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Elder Scrolls Online: Answered and Unanswered Questions | Elder Scrolls Online

Elder Scrolls Online: Answered and Unanswered Questions | Elder Scrolls Online So many questions are coming out for Elder Scrolls Online everyday, many go unanswered. I hope with this running post to answer all the questions I can. As Elder Scrolls Online approaches, more and more questions go unanswered.  This post is aimed towards closing that gap.  Also, this is to help me keep up with you, the community want to ask about ESO.  Be sure to catch ESO All-Stars monthly to get more in-depth discussion of some of these topics.  Post your questions and answers below and I...

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OnLive Desktop brings Windows 7 and Microsoft Office to the iPad

OnLive Desktop brings Windows 7 and Microsoft Office to the iPad Tablets are great for consuming content, but so far have been lacking in the ability to create it. Whether it’s the limited hardware capabilities, the touchscreen interface, or just that software, vendors haven’t had enough time to adapt their offerings. So users still turn to desktops when serious work needs to be done. OnLive is looking to change that by offering full Windows applications “from the cloud”, starting by making Microsoft Office available to the iPad. OnLive Desktop Called OnLive Desktop, the free app will be available in...

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Hearthstone Test Season 2 Comes to a Close | Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Hearthstone Test Season 2 Comes to a Close | Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Another month gone by, another season of Ranked Gameplay in Hearthstone. Here’s what you missed if you took the month off! As with any card game, the meta changes about as often as your socks. (You do change your socks, right?). The month of January and Hearthstone‘s ranked gameplay was no different. Containing a major patch in the middle of the season that completely turned the meta-game on its end, it was a pretty interesting month to play Ranked. Many classes had opportunities to climb the...

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Tom Clancy's The Division Dataminers Discover Premium DLC Underground Content

Tom Clancy’s The Division Dataminers Discover Premium DLC Underground Content The Division users have possibly found out the first unofficial details about the upcoming premium DLC called Underground, which is releasing in June. Datamining has allowed them to discover what’s next in terms of new areas, Incursion, Dark Zone and PvE events. Incursion is seemingly called Dragon’s Nest and it could be set in a broadcast center requiring a gear score of 240. This means the DLC would bring with all the new stuff also a level cap raise, since the current maximum score is 228 as introduced by...

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