7 awesome paid iPhone apps that are all free downloads right now
Today's list of paid apps gone free is a great one, and it includes one app that might seriously blow your mind!
The Pirate Bay service will soon be resurrected, well over a month after falling prey to a police raid in Sweden. But while all the good signs are there — that the torrent download service is coming back online on February 1st — a new report from Torrent Freak reveals some reasons to worry.
We’re constantly surprised by the incredible worlds that game developers are able to create, but we’re never satisfied with the visuals for very long. Where Half-Life 2 once shocked a generation of gamers, it can’t even begin to stand up to many of the independent games being released in 2015.
In the market for a new Android phone in 2015? If you’re willing to wait a week, you’ll have the chance to pick up a Moto X, one of the best phones on the market, for $140 off. As with any good deal, there are a few conditions, but this might be one of the best deals you’ll get on Motorola’s latest flagship in the early months of 2015.
There are still a few days left until the Super Bowl, but it looks like a winner has already been decided. Continuing a proud tradition that has been giving football fans anxiety attacks for years, EA Sports has simulated the Super Bowl matchup of 2015 with Madden 15 in order to predict a winner. More →
Spotify is a fantastic service, easily among the best streaming music offerings in the world. It has really become an all-in-one service compared to rivals, allowing users to stream any song in its catalog on demand, or to listen to custom radio stations based on a genre, song or artist. Not everyone has tried the service though, since there are plenty of other options out there that are almost as good in some ways, and even better in others.
It might not come as much of a surprise, but another police officer has been convicted of wrongdoing.
Ars Technica reports that Sean Harrington, a former California Highway Patrolman (who has since resigned from the force), pleaded no contest after being charged with criminal felony charges for stealing and distributing naked photos from two arrested citizens’ phones. He will not serve any jail time. More →
Anyone who has worked in customer service knows that it can be a miserable job that involves dealing with rude, angry people. That said, the generally accepted way to deal with rude customers is to keep any such negative feelings about them to yourself, or at the very most only share them with your friends and colleagues. This unwritten rule doesn’t seem to have stopped one Comcast customer service representative from changing a customer’s first name to “A**hole” in the company’s database and keeping it there until the customer received their monthly bill with the expletive written at the top of the page. More →
In mid-November, a French startup called Prynt demoed a special smartphone case that contains a printer and houses enough special sheets of papers to let smartphone users quickly print out some of their photos and selfies in on-the-go Polaroid fashion. At the time, the company said the device would be available on Kickstarter at some point after CES 2015, and it looks like that time has come. More →
Although there are a few highly anticipated games on the way over the next 30 days, it’s still winter, which means the game release schedule is about as slow as it’s going to be all year. That’s a tough pill to swallow for many of us, but Microsoft is making it a little easier with a fresh batch a free games in February. More →