Rockstar Games has officially released Bully: Anniversary Edition on mobile devices for $6.99, including iOS [Direct Link] and Android. The launch of the mobile app for the game comes ten years after Bully originally launched in the fall of 2006 for the PlayStation 2. Images via TouchArcade The new "Anniversary Edition" includes all of the ...continue reading 'Bully: Anniversary Edition' Launches on iOS App Store for $6.99

Apple recently struck a deal with Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, known as the world's largest wind turbine maker, which will bring clean energy into the production processes and manufacturing plants of Apple's partner facilities in China (via South China Morning Post). Specifically, Goldwind's wholly-owned subsidiary Beijing Tianrun New Energy Investment will transfer a 30 ...continue reading Apple Enters Agreement With World's Largest Wind Turbine Maker for Clean Energy Projects

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro arrived a little over a year ago, and I’ve been using it as my primary iPad ever since. And while I love it–and also appreciate its little buddy, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro–there’s no doubt that there are ways it could be improved. With the exception of the introduction of the 9.7-inch ...continue reading A wish list for the iPad Pro in 2017

Steven Mathews asks about bringing a new Time Capsule online for backups, switching from his old one, and then erasing the old backups. He notes: I don’t need to transfer over any backups—I’ll just let the new Time Capsule create its own. I’m mostly worried about the order of the steps and (I hope) not ...continue reading How to swap in a new Time Capsule on your network

It’s the staple of all hacker and government-conspiracy fiction, not to mention quite a number of horror films: You’re being watched through your hacked computer or phone or through a hijacked surveillance camera feed. And, unfortunately, this is well-reasoned paranoia in the real world, because to an operating system, a camera is just another file ...continue reading How to keep your Mac's camera from spying on you, no tape required

Pebble CEO and founder Eric Migicovsky took to the company's blog yesterday to personally confirm its imminent closure, following media reports earlier on Wednesday that Fitbit has acquired its technology, software assets, and other intellectual property. Dear Pebblers, Thank you all for being such loyal supporters and champions of the Pebble community and brand. You ...continue reading Pebble Posts Details on Refunds and Existing Device Services Following Fitbit Buyout

Apple Stores around the world are running playable demos of Nintendo's highly anticipated Super Mario Run from today, December 7, for those eager to get an early taster of the new iOS game. The announcement was made by Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime on Wednesday evening's The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, during which ...continue reading Playable Demos of 'Super Mario Run' in Apple Stores From Today

Samsung will beat Apple to the punch in next year's smartphone wars by including features in its Galaxy S8 handset that have long been mooted for the 2017 "iPhone 8", such as a bezel-free wraparound OLED screen with a virtual home button embedded in the display. Bloomberg on Thursday referred in its favored manner to ...continue reading Samsung to Pre-Empt Apple's 'iPhone 8' With Bezel-Free Display and Virtual Home Button on Galaxy S8

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group today announced that the Bluetooth 5 standard has been officially adopted, which means manufacturers are now able to build it into their devices. The next-generation Bluetooth standard offers longer range, faster speed, a larger broadcast message capacity, and better interoperability with other wireless technologies. Compared to existing Bluetooth 4.2 protocol, ...continue reading Bluetooth 5 With 4x Longer Range and 2x Faster Speed is Officially Approved

How cool would it be to walk into a store, scanning a QR code off your phone when you enter, and then just taking things off the shelves and walking out? Your answer to that might vary based on your experiences in stores today—after all, the Apple Store lets you check yourself out with the ...continue reading Podcast 537: Amazon Go or no?