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Get ready for football with the InkFusion Lite iPhone case, reviewed

Short of changing your ringtone to the local radio guy announcing a touchdown, there’s no better way than an iPhone case to indicate your favorite NFL team to those around you who really don’t care at all. And for NFL licensed cases, there may be no better option than SkinIt’s InkFusion Lite.

Unrest proves again that players’ decisions don’t matter

From GamerTell GamerTell's Jenni Lada finally realizes why she's upset with Unrest - it's just the latest example of players' choices not mattering in video games. Read the full post on GamerTell »

Appidemic: Solve the explained in Secret Files Tunguska for iOS

When Russian scientist Vladimir Kalenkow disappears while investigating the “unexplained” Tunguska Event of 1908, his daughter steps into action. Along with Vladimir’s assistant, Max, she will attempt to outrun both Russian intelligence and a secret society to unravel the mystery and hopefully find her dad in Secret Files Tunguska.

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Indiegogo find: The Mighty Speaker may be sharkproof

I say the Mighty Speaker “may” be sharkproof because the developer doesn’t actually make that claim. They have no reason to. But I’m watching something on SyFy about the greatest shark attacks in cinema, so I’ve got that on my mind. Hopefully, your speaker needs are more of the waterproof, sandproof and floating variety, which the Mighty Speaker can provide.

Get the mPact Glass screen protector for iPhone 5/5s before you wish you had

The good news, I guess, is that we’re all pretty much done with those floppy, bubble-ridden screen protectors we still get for free with our iPhone cases. At least we should be. You’ve got glass options now, which go on better, look better, and feel better in use. Here, we’re going to look at the mPact Glass screen protector from designed by m.

A Fable With No Moral: Thoughts on The Wolf Among Us: Season 1

From GamerTell Season One of The Wolf Among Us is now concluded. Join us in surveying the damage. Read the full post on GamerTell »

Triblaster is a blast from the past, reviewed

BulkyPix takes another trip down memory lane with the shooting gallery game Triblaster. For those who spent some time in the arcades back in the day, Triblaster is an obvious homage to the Atari classic Tempest. Not only are the looks reminiscent of the the original’s vector graphics, but the sounds are straight out of the ’80s. The obvious exception to the throwback design are the really cool looking interstellar background images.

Griffin Wired Keyboard for iOS Devices review

Griffin’s Wired Keyboard for iOS devices offers full iOS key functions and tactile feedback with the added advantage of a cord that makes connections and disconnections quick, easy, and positive, with no Bluetooth pairing required. The Griffin Wired Keyboard is available in 30-pin or Lightning connector versions, and connect to the iDevice (iPad, iPhone or iPod touch) via the docking port.

Pyrodactyl Interview: No absolutes in Unrest

From GamerTell GamerTell had burning questions about Unrest after a heart-wrenching cliffhanger, and Pyrodactyl Games' Arvind Yadav stepped up with answers. Read the full post on GamerTell »

Unrest Review: An Ubrupt and Unsatisfying End

From GamerTell Unrest feels unfinished, and that's the gravest sin in a game that relies so heavily upon its story. Read the full post on GamerTell »

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Back-to-school giveaway: UE Boom – Jettison Edition wireless speaker

Is it too early to think about going back to school? Yes? Maybe? Regardless, it’s not too early to think about new speaker equipment, and that’s why we’re giving away an Ultimate Ears UE Boom wireless speaker to one lucky AppleTell reader. The specific model is the UE Boom – Jettison Edition, a limited run designed by skateboard artist Don Pendleton, worth $199.99.

The iPad passé? I think not

The latest meme circulating, gathering momentum after Apple’s fiscal 3rd-quarter financials were announced showing a second consecutive quarter of negative sales iPad sales growth, is that tablets—our beloved iPad included—are passé. The IT market is once again proving to have the attention span of a fruit fly.