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EA Finally Apologizes For SimCity Fiasco With A Free Game [Updates]

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EA Finally Apologizes For SimCity Fiasco With A Free Game [Updates]

SimCity was easily one of the most anticipated games of the first half of 2013, and unfortunately, its launch was filled with all kinds of problems for gamers. Did you buy SimCity? EA is trying to make the situation right by offering a free game to players who were impacted by the horrendous launch of the game.

Dave LeClair March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
EA Finally Apologizes For SimCity Fiasco With A Free Game [Updates]
ochDownloader – A Small & Simple Downloader Manager

Internet Windows

ochDownloader – A Small & Simple Downloader Manager

The average Internet user will probably handle nearly everything they download online through their web browser. Some browsers do it right – Opera’s built-in download management is the best in the field. Others, not so much. Firefox, despite being one of my favorite browsers otherwise, is very weak in this area. It shouldn’t matter though, because (in my opinion) the best way to handle your downloads is by using a third-party manager.

Craig Snyder March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
ochDownloader – A Small & Simple Downloader Manager
How To Get The Most From Your Earphones

Technology Explained

How To Get The Most From Your Earphones

The quest for getting the most from your earphones begins well before you ever buy them. You might be swayed by the fact that such-and-such musician has their name on a certain pair of headphones, or that these particular earphones looks really cute, or dashing, or whatever. Those things just aren’t important and won’t enhance your music listening pleasure. This is all about the sounds and how they move you.

Guy McDowell March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
How To Get The Most From Your Earphones
Waze: A Social GPS For Your Daily Commute [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Waze: A Social GPS For Your Daily Commute [iOS]

Out of all the navigation apps that are currently on the market, Waze may very well have the best concept. The only catch is that it doesn’t have a “big name” backing it (like Google or Apple Maps). Regardless, it’s on our list of Best Apps For The iPhone, and there’s a reason for that. The app blends elements from both crowdsourcing and mapping to create something truly useful.

Joshua Lockhart March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
Waze: A Social GPS For Your Daily Commute [iOS]
Sick Of Your GPS App’s Data Connection Flaking Out? Try 3 Updated Offline Maps [Android]

Android

Sick Of Your GPS App’s Data Connection Flaking Out? Try 3 Updated Offline Maps [Android]

Not long ago, Chris covered three of the best offline GPS apps available on Android. Since then, many other GPS apps released or received major updates. Do these newcomers compare favorably with those reviewed by Chris? To answer this question, I evaluate the apps based on four criteria – first, how effective is the app at helping users navigate offline? Second, what are its top features? Third, how data efficient is the app? Fourth, is the paid version worth purchasing?

Kannon Yamada March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
Sick Of Your GPS App’s Data Connection Flaking Out? Try 3 Updated Offline Maps [Android]
Cut Through The Noise & Make Interesting Recommendations Using Quote.fm

Internet

Cut Through The Noise & Make Interesting Recommendations Using Quote.fm

While part of using a social network like Facebook or Twitter involves recommending articles and blog posts to read, there’s a lot more that’s going on these sites – between photos, what your friends had for lunch, and conversations – the recommended reads can sometimes get lost in the midst of all of the noise. Using a site that defines itself solely as a way to find and make recommendations on what to read is one way to cut past all that noise.

Nancy Messieh March 12, 2013 12-03-2013
Cut Through The Noise & Make Interesting Recommendations Using Quote.fm
Can You Recover Data Deleted From Your Cloud Drive?

Internet

Can You Recover Data Deleted From Your Cloud Drive?

We put our files in the cloud to make things easier – we can access them anywhere and it’s our cloud storage provider’s job to keep them safe, not ours. But it doesn’t matter how reliable a cloud storage service is if you delete a file from your cloud drive and want it back later. Luckily, there are several ways you can restore deleted data. None of these methods are completely foolproof.

Chris Hoffman March 11, 2013 11-03-2013
Can You Recover Data Deleted From Your Cloud Drive?
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