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    Apple Says It’s Aware of iOS 9 Link Crashing Issues; Promises a Fix

    Apple has acknowledged an issue with Safari and other apps which forces them to a crash when opening a link in iOS 9 and above versions. The iPhone maker assures that it will resolve the issue with a software update soon. Over the weekend, several users started to complain issues with Safari and other apps. […]

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    Google Is Not Calling JNU ‘Anti-National’

    Searching with key words such as “anti-national”, “sedition”, “patriotism” and “Bharat mata ki jai” onGoogle Maps now directs the users to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), which is caught in a row over its students being booked under sedition. This is not a case of Google taking a political stance, but rather because of a growing […]

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    Great video downloader with a big caveat

    In just a few clicks, Softorino YouTube Converter makes it easy to download, convert, and transfer YouTube videos to your Mac or iOS devices. There was a time not so long ago when downloading YouTube videos to a personal computer required a mere click of the mouse. Try this trick today and you’ll discover it’s […]

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    Paradox Interactive reveals release dates for Hearts of Iron IV and Stellaris

    “I don’t want to be demoing Hearts of Iron IV in another room like this again,” said Paradox’s Johann Andersson to me yesterday. And thankfully he won’t have to. More than two years after its official announcement, the World War II grand strategy behemoth finally has a release date. Spacefaring grand strategy game Stellaris too, […]

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    Crytek reveals pay-what-you-want CryEngine V, new virtual reality benchmarking tool

    A few weeks ago, Amazon announced it had co-opted Crytek’s CryEngine for its new Lumberyard engine—and then released it completely free. Free to download. Free to use. Free from royalties. That naturally left us wondering where that left Crytek and CryEngine proper. Now we know. Today, Crytek announced CryEngine V. But—surprisingly—it’s also royalty-free. Instead of […]

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    Samsung ships its Surface clone, the Galaxy TabPro S

    It seems like every manufacturer has a Surface-like two-in-one these days, and now Samsung has joined the party. Samsung will begin selling its Galaxy TabPro S on Friday at Best Buy for $900, a few days before the 12-inch tablet goes on sale at Microsoft’s own brick-and-mortar stores on April 4. Unlike Microsoft’s own Surface […]

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    Phase One releases Capture One Pro 9.1

    On Thursday, Phase One announced the release of Capture One Pro 9.1, a high-end image capture and processing Mac app used by professional and enthusiast photographers, especially by those shooting tethered with Phase One’s own medium-format digital backs or other supported cameras. The 9.1 update includes workflow and keyboard shortcut improvements that will help photographers […]