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Small World 2 invades iOS with new multiplayer opportunities

After a successful Kickstarter drive earlier this year, Small World 2 has arrived.

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Why did Apple go 64-bit? One iOS, to rule them all

Apple didn't need to put a 64-bit chip in the iPhone 5s. So why did it? Perhaps to pave the way for more powerful iPhones, iPads, and even Macs down the road.

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FAQ: everything you need to know about iOS 7

It's the biggest change to Apple's mobile OS since the introduction of the iPhone. Naturally, we all have lots of questions about iOS 7. Here are the answers we have now that Apple's announced a release date.

on macworld.com

IPhone jailbreakers get to work on iOS 7

With new iPhones comes a new challenge: jailbreaking iOS 7

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Get ready for Apple's September 10 event

Apple holds a press event at its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday. In this video report, we preview what you can expect.

on macworld.com

Ricoh Theta shoots like pocket-sized 'Street View' camera

The Theta takes 360 degree pictures, offering you a unique view of your surroundings to share with your friends.

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Hands-on: Ricoh's Theta, a personal 'Street View' camera

Camera enthusiasts can duplicate the Google Street View panoramic effect with Ricoh's Theta, a sleek camera that fits in your pocket.

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Previewing Apple's September 10 event

What's on the agenda for the press event at Apple headquarters on September 10? Think iPhone and iOS 7.

Borked Google Authenticator update wipes iOS user data

The two-factor authentication offered by Google Authenticator works great, except for when it doesn't.

on techhive.com

Diggers on the move: Indie darling Terraria goes mobile

The indie hit Terraria makes the move to mobile.

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Twitter revamps timeline with new conversation view

Following conversations on Twitter just got easier with a new iOS, Android, and desktop update.

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Grim future ahead for fans of “worthless” BlackBerry

The question is not whether BlackBerry will survive, it's whether you'll be using Android or iOS when it dies.