Attachment 55502 Earlier in the week we reported that Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft was finally released worldwide on the App Store, for the iPad. Hearthstone is a virtual card game, which plays similar to Yu-Gi-Oh and Magic the Gathering, except of course on your iPad, and soon the iPhone. Blizzard is looking to use Hearthstone to break off from the world of sitting at home and playing online.
MacRumors has today posted new photos of what is claimed to be the front panel of the next version of the iPad Air. The photos were first posted on Dutch site One More Thing, and show an integrated display panel, unlike the current iPad Air, which has a separate panel and display. MacRumors notes that using an integrated panel could enable Apple to make the iPad Air 2 even thinner, or possibly make room for a bigger battery.
AppleInsider reports today that Apple has started selling refurbished Wi-Fi-only iPad minis with Retina displays via the Apple Certified Refurbished section of the online Apple Store. It seems as if the move has already been an incredibly popular one, with AppleInsider reporting that the 16 GB version is already sold out.
Attachment 55442 Last year at PAX East 2013, Blizzard took the stage, announcing Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft , and starting a beta test phase. Hearthstone is a card battle game, based in the Warcraft universe, and was originally only available on PC and Mac.
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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is Now Available in the USA and Worldwide
Attachment 55441 If you are a subscriber with the international television network A&E, then you will be glad to know that the company has enabled live streaming for two of its most popular channels A&E and History. So now, you can just log in with your subscriber account and enjoy the new live streaming feature through your iPhone or iPad. You can still access on-demand content like clips and full episodes of past shows
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A&E and History Channels Bring Live TV Streaming to iPhone and iPad Users
Attachment 55440 When it comes to buying movie tickets from the leisure of your iPhone or iPad, one of the best solutions that you can use is the Fandango application.
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Fandango Movie Ticketing iOS App Updated with New Features
Attachment 55439 If you are not aware, Google Helpouts is a new service that uses the Google Hangouts utility to put users with questions in touch with experts.
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Google Releases Helpouts App for iPhone, iPad Users
Attachment 55407 There are many cloud storage services out there, and one of the most important ones is Amazons Cloud Drive utility.
AppleInsider reports that Microsoft has just made Office 365 on the iPad and Mac a little cheaper today by announcing a new Personal subscription plan, with a $69.99 annual fee. Until today, the cheapest plan available was Office 365 Home, which cost $99.99 per year with a one-year commitment. This plan enabled the user to access Office 365 on 5 Macs or PCs and 5 tablets.
Attachment 55406 Pandora is one of the best music streaming and automated music recommendation services, currently available for users in the United States, Australia and New Zealand. To satisfy its customers who are using an iOS device, Pandora has released a dedicated app on iTunes quite a while ago, and it has continuously developed it since day one. Now, an important feature has been made available for iPad users – the alarm clock.
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iOS App Pandora Brings the Alarm Clock Feature to the iPad
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