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VocaLive 2 puts a complete vocal recording/editing studio on your iPhone or iPad

When we first reviewed VocaLive back in 2011, it was billed as vocal processor. IK MultiMedia has now redefined the app, and it’s a worth a re-evaluation. VocaLive 2 now comes with a multitrack studio complete with digital audio workstation features such as timeline audio editing, waveform visualization, touch-and-drag looping, and more.

Where’s the multiplatform Peggle 2?

From GamerTell EA's Q1 2015 earnings call mentions a new Peggle game, and it better be a multiplatform version of Peggle 2. Read the full post on GamerTell »

SDCC 2014: 4 Game developers and publishers you have to see

From GamerTell If you're attending SDCC 2014 this weekend, make sure you make time for Nintendo, Microsoft, Activision, and CD Projekt Red! Read the full post on GamerTell »

Apple earns $37 billion in Q3 2014

Apple earned a revenue of $37.4 billion and a net profit of $7.7 billion during the third quarter in 2014, which ended June 28th. This is an increase over this time last year, which saw a revenue of $35.3 billion and net profit of $6.9 billion. The earnings are a result of strong iPhone and Mac sales.

Free Webinar for Adobe Add-ons

One of the big changes that came with the Creative Cloud 2014 was the demise of the Adobe Extension Manager, now replaced by Adobe add-ons. If you are at all interested in learning more about Adobe Add-ons—how to create them or use them—the Add-ons team is holding their first webinar on July 30th.

Appidemic: Blackwell 3: Convergence for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

A chance encounter leads Rosa Blackwell and her ghostly sidekick Joey Mallone to a series of unexplained events—an actor haunts the last scene of his movie, an art gallery prepares to open, and a grieving father watches over where his son died. Are they connected somehow? Find out in Blackwell Convergence.

Dear Video Games: Comics can change, why can’t you?

From GamerTell July has been a big month for changes in the world of comics, showing a distressing opposite in games. Read the full post on GamerTell »

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The FLIR ONE will have your iPhone seeing infrared

Back at Macworld/iWorld 2014 in March, one of our most surprising finds was the FLIR ONE thermal imaging camera. This iPhone 5/5s case—when paired with its iPhone app—displays live infrared imagery, allowing you detect heat energy that is otherwise invisible to the eye. And staring July 23rd, pre-orders are being accepted online.

Review: Epson LabelWorks LW-600P Portable Label Printer

Back to school. Three little words that are a delight to the ears of parents and the sound of unending doom to kids everywhere. Time is drawing near to get everything in place for the upcoming school year, and that may mean making sure everything is clearly marked and easily identifiable. Or, maybe you just want to organize your own life/work. In that case, Epson’s LabelWorks LP-600W label printer offers complete portability, allowing you to get organized anywhere that needs it.

Here’s what some game developers make

From GamerTell How much cash is in game development? Less than you might think. Here's a hint at what game developers make. Read the full post on GamerTell »

10 things you can buy instead of Samsung’s $120,000 TV

From HomeTechTell What kinds of things? Glad you asked. Read the full post on HomeTechTell »

Kickstarter Find: OwnPhones wireless, custom-fit, 3D printed earbuds

Earbuds are many things: wireless, sweat proof, noise isolating, stylish, and custom fitted. But they aren’t all these things at once, forcing you to choose different earbuds for different situations. OwnPhones, which recently launched on Kickstarter, aims to change that by giving you a pair of custom fitted, personalized Bluetooth earbuds that are built to match your ear and your style.