Day: February 10, 2016

Apple boasts 70% of the music market, analyst asks: can it keep it?

Apple boasts 70% of the music market, analyst asks: can it keep it? Apple claims the expansion of the iTunes Music Store to nine more countries in Europe means that it now reaches almost 70 per cent of the global music market, but Apple shouldn’t rest on its laurels, according to an analyst. And according to the New York Times, the iPod has 92 per cent of the market for high-capacity music players. Gartner G2 analyst Mike McGuire told NewsFactor: “Apple is probably further ahead than most, but it’s not like they can go take a nap.” “Every market...

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Players Calls Movement Controls and Interface As "Weird, Poor, Completely Ruins The Game"

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Players Calls Movement Controls and Interface As “Weird, Poor, Completely Ruins The Game” Users over Reddit are claiming controls and interface don’t work as they should in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It’s not a matter of glitches and bugs this time around, as many are discussing the substantial quality of Geralt’s animations. “Geralt handles like a tank with the most enormous turning circle I’ve ever seen for a main character”, says user nosegrowssome, who clearly argues that backwards movements are not allowed both on foot and on the horse. According to this user,...

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WWDC tickets surface on eBay, Craigslist

WWDC tickets surface on eBay, Craigslist If you really want to attend Apple’s sold-out Worldwide Developers Conference in June but didn’t snap up tickets right away, sellers on eBay and Craigslist might have what you want – but at a hefty price. Apple sold out its event, which will be focused on iOS and Mac OS X software, in under 12 hours. Tickets went for $1,600 face value. Last year, WWDC sold out in 8 days, indicating that Apple has somehow become an even a hotter ticket as developers rush for gold to be had in building and selling...

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