TechnologyTell
Bill Stiteler
Associate Editor

A Macintosh user since 1988, Bill is a director, playwright, and filmmaker.

Review: ArmorGuard Bike Kit for iPhone 5/5s/5c

For those who do more with their phone than post pictures of their lunch.

Review: Offload video backup from Red Giant

Automates one of the most crucial yet least exciting parts of shooting video.

Pre-order Civilization: Beyond Earth for Mac, Linux

Kiss your life goodbye (again), Mac Civ fans.

The Journey of Alvin is an app for kids based on “The Straight Story”

A children’s app based on a story that inspired David Lynch.

Review: Blood Bowl for iPad is not worried about player union lawsuits

It’s fantasy football, emphasis on the fantasy.

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Apple September 9th Media Event live blog

Because Apple’s live video stream is terrible today.

Tropico 5 coming to Mac/Linux on September 19th

Build up your island from a few huts into a wealthy, prosperous, and likely corrupt nation.

Super Monkey Ball Bounce released for iOS, Android

A charming mix of Pachinko and artillery.

The Walking Dead: The Game – Season 2, Eps. 4 & 5 for OS X review

The ending shows us that the writers never had any ideas for this season.

Kinivo BTC455 Bluetooth car kit review

Whenever I rent a car, I make sure it has three features: air conditioning, cruise control, and Bluetooth. The first two are modern necessities, and the other makes me feel like I’m living in The Future. The car automatically detects my iPhone, plays music and podcasts, and by using Siri, I can give commands to a car. And now with the Kinivo BTC455 Bluetooth car kit, I can live out my Knight Rider fantasies in my beige Kia.

Red Giant Universe: a video FX plugin community

Red Giant—makers of video effects plugins for digital filmmakers—are well know for their simple-yet-powerful programs such as Magic Bullet which specialize in making digital footage look cinematic and professional. While they still sell those program suites, they’ve branched off into new subscription-based community called Universe.

“Together We Game:” Logitech crowdsources game dev

Logitech has announced they’re working on a new tower defense game, to be developed via crowdsourcing on a subreddit. The project is titled “Together We Game,” and users will contribute to and vote on every element of the game, from initial ideas to final product.