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Nintendo killing ‘Dr. Mario World’ iOS game in November

Nintendo has announced an “end of service” for the iOS game “Dr. Mario World,” and has already ceased in-app purchases. Just over two years since its launch on the App Store, “Dr. Mario World,” Nintendo is shutting down the Tetris-inspired game that originally debuted on the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. ...

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‘High-end’ Apple Silicon iMac may not arrive until 2022

A high-end iMac release may not be until 2022, according to a leaker, with it apparently being launched later than other anticipated Mac updates to the “M1X” chip to maximize attention on the rest of the lineup. Apple is expected to introduce more Mac products running on Apple Silicon ...

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Apple MagSafe Battery Pack Review: Great, but controversial

Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack for iPhone 12 is mired in controversy over its capacity and price. After using it for a while, it has become one of our go-to accessories. Unintended as a way to extend your battery for days, Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack is the ideal solution when you ...

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Apple to remove popular DOS emulator for iOS from App Store

The developer of “iDOS 2,” a popular DOS emulator for iOS, on Thursday said Apple will remove the app from the App Store for breaking review guidelines. Available since 2014, iDOS 2 emulates the DOS system on iOS, allowing users to play classic games and use other DOS applications ...

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Apple confirms Wi-Fi name bug fixed in iOS 14.7, iPadOS 14.7

Apple has confirmed that iOS 14.7 and its other recent software updates patch a significant Wi-Fi-related flaw discovered in June, along with other bugs and vulnerabilities. After seemingly adding a fix during the beta testing process, Apple says the bug has now been fixed across all devices that support iOS ...

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Yubico YubiKey review: Simple, solid protection for your online accounts

Yubico’s YubiKeys are high-quality and simple to use hardware security keys that can provide foolproof security for your online accounts — but they may not be for everyone. Hardware security keys are a lesser-known choice for two-factor or multi-factor authentication, but they arguably provide the highest level of security. While ...

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