Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Peggle Blast is the latest installment in the Peggle series from PopCap and EA, bringing more peg-popping fun to mobile. Blast has new challenges, new Peggle masters, and new obstacles to let you test your skills.
The first Peggle game designed for mobile devices, Blast presents you with levels that are easy to learn. To progress through the game, earn at least one star on every level, avoiding new traps like gooped pegs, time bombs, and Gnomes by learning and mastering different skills. Peggle Blast features a number of new boosts to help you complete challenges, such as the Ring of Fire or the Egg Net.
Peggle Blast is available for free, with in-app purchases for boosts, lives, and more. You can download the game from the App Store right now.
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As Google blurs the line between the web, your email and Google Now, more and more of your personal information can be shown in general Google searches (though only visible to you, of course). You can run a query for recent purchases to show up confirmation emails, for example, and the new feature includes a number of useful filtering options.
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Keyboard experts at SwiftKey have been working with Professor Stephen Hawking for the last two years, and have created a bespoke keyboard system which is so accurate, it has doubled the scientist's speech rate.
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A few days ago every space enthusiast got sentimental when, after 45 years of operation, the iconic countdown clock at NASA's Kennedy Space Center's Press Site was disassembled for removal. Perhaps more than any other piece of equipment near the launch site, the countdown clock was a piece of history.
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Original Kickboxer star Jean-Claude Van Damme has replaced Ong-bak's Tony Jaa in the upcoming remake of the 1989 cult-classic martial-arts film.
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Designed to shield against scuffs and scratches, these anti-glare screen protectors are a must-have for any iPhone 5, 5S or 5C user. They've been custom cut to fit your display and are made of an ultra-slim polymer. Each package includes 2 protectors and are easy to apply and remove!
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The second act of Double Fine's Kickstarted adventure Broken Age is on course for an early 2015 release, according to an update from the developer.
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Chinese developer Tencent Games has announced that it will bring Epic Games' mobile action roleplaying Infinity Blade series to the Xbox One as Infinity Blade Saga.
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SkyBell version 2.0 has just been released, enabling home owners to purchase the smart doorbell successor that hooks up to your Wi-Fi network and to a supported smartphone or tablet. Gone were the days of checking who is at the front door. With SkyBell installed, all you need to do is go through the app and use the built-in camera and speaker to communicate with whoever appears to be on your property. This second version of the doorbell brings a better camera and improved wireless performance.
When firing up the app on your chosen device, SkyBell will open up the available video feed in under five seconds, further cutting the delay before being able to see who is at the door. Speaking of which the new camera sports a 140-degree lens for wide-angle viewing.
That's not all for SkyBell either. The company has teased that cloud DVR features are in the works, as well as support for timers, so the device will only be active with motion sensors at certain times of each day. You can grab SkyBell 2.0 today for $199. Available in silver and bronze finishes with app support for both Android and iOS.
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