Tag: iOS

Ultimate Rivals: The Rink hockey game debuts on Apple Arcade with celebrity athletes

Apple announced that Ultimate Rivals: The Rink, a casual hockey game that is the first in a series of sports games, debuted on Apple Arcade today with the images of licensed celebrity athletes. The game is being announced at The Game Awards, and it is going live on iOS tonight. The game is one of […]

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Google paints its ambient computing vision for Flutter

At Flutter Interact today, Google laid out its ambient computing vision for Flutter, which lets developers build embedded, mobile, desktop, and web apps from the same codebase. Developers should be able to use Flutter on all sorts of devices, including phones, wearables, tablets, desktops, laptops, televisions, and smart displays. Google calls this ambient computing — […]

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Apple’s Safari Found To Be Doing A Great Job Of Preventing Tracking

While Safari might not necessarily be the most feature-rich browser, one of the things the company has done right is through a feature known as Intelligent Tracking Prevention, in which it would block cookies on the web from tracking users across multiple websites which in turn prevents advertisers from building a profile about you. Advertising […]

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Google Maps’ Incognito Mode arrives on iOS

Soon, iOS users will be able to tap Google Maps for navigation and location searches without revealing their personal data. In a blog post, Google today announced that Incognito Mode, a privacy feature revealed earlier this year that recently came to Maps on Android, will arrive on iOS in the coming days. Inspired by the […]

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Temple Gates Games launches beta signups for Roll for the Galaxy

The award-winning board game, Roll for the Galaxy, is making its way to phones, tablets and PC soon. Temple Gates Games in association with Rio Grande Games is launching beta signups for Roll for the Galaxy, a digital dice game where two to five players build space empires. Roll for the Galaxy is a dice […]

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Waymo One launches on iOS, passes 1,500 monthly active riders

Exactly one year ago, Waymo, the self-driving vehicle venture of Google parent company Alphabet, launched Waymo One, which it characterized at the time as the world’s first commercial autonomous taxi service. Waymo One enabled select customers — initially only those who were involved in the early stages of Waymo’s trial program — to hail a […]

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Imgur launches Melee community-powered entertainment platform for gamers

Imgur has launched Melee, a community-powered in-app platform for gamers. Imgur reaches 300 million users a month with its focus on entertaining users with images that go viral. Many of Imgur’s users are gamers, and Melee lets them share highlights from their favorite players and esports events, find news and updates on their favorite games, […]

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Russian software will be mandatory on all devices sold in the country from July 1, 2020

(Reuters) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed legislation requiring all smartphones, computers and smart TV sets sold in the country to come pre-installed with Russian software. The law, which will come into force on July 1 next year, has been met with resistance by some electronics retailers, who say the legislation was adopted […]

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