iPhone 5 is a Mobile Gaming Device First, Phone Second

By |2011-07-09T13:10:42-05:00March 31, 2011|Features|

iPhones have been released for the last 4 years in a row starting with the first being released in 2007 on June 29th. The 3G followed on July 11th, 2008. The 3GS continued the annual release schedule by arriving on June 19th, 2009 and the most recent iPhone, the iPhone 4, arrived in the US on June 24th, 2010. History tends to repeat itself, especially at Apple. What are the chances that the iPhone is released in June or July of 2011? Absolutely, positively 100%...

Radiohead’s King of the Limbs is Disappointing

By |2011-02-28T14:53:49-05:00February 28, 2011|Features|

Despite hearing the album in full 8-10 times, it hasn't grown on me as much as I had hoped. Radiohead's last two albums, Hail to the Thief and In Rainbows, were both great and In Rainbows in particular really added to Radiohead's legacy as amazing musicians. I don't think this album does. In fact, I would go as far as to say that The Kings of Limbs is the worst Radiohead album ever made...

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More iPhone and iPad Cheat Codes

By |2011-01-18T10:18:23-05:00January 18, 2011|Features|

For as long as I can remember, video games have included cheat codes. In the old days, it was extremely rare to find an NES game that didn't have at least a few. Entire publications sprung up because the simple fact was - gamers like to cheat or at the very least, have things made a bit easier for them. There must have been tens of millions of GameSharks sold over its many iterations. The entire purpose of that device was to use cheat codes within games. That is why it is so surprising that relatively few iPhone developers include cheats within their games...

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