Apps & updates: Wild Blood, AutoCad WS, Adobe Photoshop Express, more

Apps & updates: Wild Blood, AutoCad WS, Adobe Photoshop Express, more

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New Wild Blood: Gameloft has officially released the first full length gameplay trailer for its upcoming ‘Wild Blood’ title. The third person action game, Gameloft’s first powered by Unreal Engine, will feature a single-player campaign, as well as co-op and arena modes. VentureBeat has first impressions from an iPad demo:...
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Apps and updates: Splashtop 2, Square Card Reader, iBank, JamUp Pro, iHeartRadio, and more

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Click to view slideshow. A slew of popular apps either updated or launched on the App Store today, and 9to5Mac gathered the most noteworthy ones in our usual round-up below. Today’s crop includes Splashtop 2 going Retina, iBank launching on iPad, Square Card Reader adding more payment collection options, and...
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Apps and updates: Modern Combat 3 slashes price, Gabi launches, OmniPlan fixes bugs, and FIFA goes Retina

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FIFA for iPad FIFA for iPad Disney for iPhone Disney for iPhone MC3 for iOS MC3 for iOS Gabi for iPhone Gabi for iPhone Nike+ for iPhone Nike+ for iPhone OmniPlan for iPad OmniPlan for iPad Flipboard for iOS Flipboard for iOS A slew of popular apps updated, launched,...
Apps and updates: Modern Combat 3 slashes price, Gabi launches, OmniPlan fixes bugs, and FIFA goes Retina

RIP, Lapzilla: Apple quietly retires 17" MacBook Pro

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Apple quietly retired the 17" MacBook Pro from its portable lineup on Monday. The company refreshed the 13" and 15" MacBook Pros with Ivy Bridge processors and unveiled an all-new, extra-thin 15" Retina MacBook Pro. But all reference to the relatively enormous 17" MacBook Pro has been scrubbed from Apple's...
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