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The Olympics, Office Jerk, Pimp My Hair and more on this week's top free iOS apps

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With the Olympics starting in less than a week, Olympic themed apps are starting to do very well on the free app charts. NBC’s NBC Olympics Live Extra goes the distance this week, taking the No. 11 spot on the iPhone charts and the No. 1 spot on the iPad charts, while the official...
The Olympics, Office Jerk, Pimp My Hair and more on this week's top free iOS apps

Mass Effect 3 and the problem of closure

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Bioware has succumbed to online protests and promised a free DLC release for Mass Effect 3 with extra explanatory cut-scenes. Is this the right thing to do?When is an ending not an ending? Judging by EA's decision today, it's when several thousand gamers protest until it's changed.In March, Canadian developer...
Mass Effect 3 and the problem of closure

International Mobile Gaming Awards winners unveiled

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The winners of the 8th annual International Mobile Gaming Awards have been announced at the conclusion of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Epic Games’ Chair Entertainment walked away with the highest honors of the night, winning both the Grand Prix and the Excellence in Gameplay awards. Canadian developer...
International Mobile Gaming Awards winners unveiled
Cinemagram app for iOS makes art out of animated GIFs

Emerging paid iOS apps: Tank Hero, The Lost City and Reckless Racing 2

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This week the paid iOS charts showed a good variety of new games and returning favorites. Clapfoot Inc’s older game Tank Hero surged to the top of the iPhone charts, and while the iPad charts were lead by established leaders, new releases from Crescent Moon Games and Polarbit also fared...
Emerging paid iOS apps: Tank Hero, The Lost City and Reckless Racing 2
Ante up: Betable adds Frima Studio's 3OAK to real money gaming platform

Developers ‘scrambling’ because Apple changed the UDID access it said it would in August

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. TechCrunch notes that some of the Apple teams that approve apps for the App Store are turning down apps that access the depreciated UDID identifier in iOS: But this is the first time Apple has issued outright rejections for using UDIDs. “Everyone’s scrambling to get something into place,” said Victor...
Developers ‘scrambling’ because Apple changed the UDID access it said it would in August

Apple Has Started Rejecting Apps That Access UDIDs Amid Privacy Concerns

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Amid extra scrutiny from Congress around privacy issues, Apple has started rejecting apps that access UDIDs, or identification numbers that are unique to every iPhone and iPad, this week. Apple had already given developers a heads-up about the change more than six months ago when it said in some iOS...
Apple Has Started Rejecting Apps That Access UDIDs Amid Privacy Concerns

Apple Begins Rejecting Apps for Using the Unique Device Identifier (UDID)

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TechCrunch reports that Apple has begun rejecting iOS apps for the use of a unique device identifier known as the UDID. The site notes that several developers have reported rejections for the use of the UDID in the past week, and Apple is said to be ramping up the enforcement...
Apple Begins Rejecting Apps for Using the Unique Device Identifier (UDID)

Pebble rocks CES 2013 with launch of its wireless watch

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Delayed debut of watch which connects to smartphones gets warm greeting at Consumer Electronics Show in Las VegasPebble, which became a Kickstarter sensation by promising to design possibly the world's coolest watch, on Wednesday unveiled the device to instant, though possibly premature acclaim.The watch, which connects wirelessly to smartphones to...
Pebble rocks CES 2013 with launch of its wireless watch
Intel launches Studybook, a tablet just for students
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