Day: August 1, 2015

Destiny: The Taken King Will Go Live At 2AM PDT, No Big Patch As 99% Of Content Already Live With Patch 2.0

Destiny: The Taken King Will Go Live At 2AM PDT, No Big Patch As 99% Of Content Already Live With Patch 2.0 Destiny: The Taken King will go live today at 2AM PDT worldwide. Many Destiny players are bit confused and are expecting that Bungie will release a huge update today for Destiny which will add all the content of The Taken King. I would like to clarify here that there won’t be any big update to download today. You have already downloaded Destiny: The Taken King with patch 2.0. The huge 18GB file which went like last week...

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Quick-Tunes music app updated with sleep timer

Quick-Tunes music app updated with sleep timer Sometimes you may not feel like sifting through your iPhone’s music library, looking for the right song for your mood. Sometimes, you just want to hear something, anything, now. Veenix’s Quick-Tunes is one such app that will provide your impatient self with instant music and minimal hassle. Recently updated to version 2.0, the zippy little music player now comes with a 30-minute sleep timer. Quick-Tunes isn’t your typical music playing app. As its name implies, Quick-Tunes is targeted at users who want to hear music instantly, and who aren’t too picky about...

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Did This Pop-Punk Band Just Make the Greatest Mario Song Ever? | Mario

Did This Pop-Punk Band Just Make the Greatest Mario Song Ever? | Mario 7   “Mario, get your shit together bro!” Sure, Mario’s been around long enough to have lots of songs made about him and his friends, but those pale in comparison to this masterpiece. “Hey Mario” is an innocent and unassuming enough title, but you are not prepared for this awesome, epic song. This might be the next “What Does The Fox Say?” Mario, let Princess Peach go. She’s just not that into you, man. “Hey Mario” is Patent Pending’s latest hilarious pop-punk hit. Haven’t heard of them before?...

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Apple videos explain ‘Why Mac for Science’

Apple videos explain ‘Why Mac for Science’ Apple has posted two videos on its Web site that are designed to demonstrate why Mac OS X is the best platform for scientific research. Why Mac for Science includes interviews with a number of top scientists who describe the advantages of the platform from the ease of administration to the ability to run “anything any one needs on one desktop”. Apple senior VP of software engineering Bud Tribble makes a number of observations about the needs of the science community and claims: “Use of the Mac in scientific computing is absolutely...

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Apple & Nike reveal athletic iPod system

Apple & Nike reveal athletic iPod system Nike and Apple have teamed up to create athletic products for iPods. The first product developed through this partnership is the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, a wireless system that allows Nike+ footwear to talk to an iPod nano. When the footwear is connected to the iPod nano using the Sport Kit, information on time, distance, calories burned and pace is stored on the iPod and displayed on the screen; real-time audible feedback also is provided through headphones. The new Nike+ Air Zoom Moire is the first footwear designed to talk to iPod, with...

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