If anyone has followed along with the Resident Evil or ‘Biohazard’ franchise, then you will know that early releases of the game were a new type of scary, and that it used its scariness to entertain the audiences. Unfortunately, it has lately become a dying horror, as the late releases haven’t been living up to the Resident Evil reputation. The article linked below is on WIRED.com and has more info.
Apple has kept shush about why apps are declined when trying to publish them to the App Store, so the fact they have release this info means developers can see why their apps are getting declined. I like how strict Apple are about the apps in the Store, the fact that they are means that a lower age group can enjoy the experience on their Apple devices without having to have too many restrictions by their parents/guardians. Another thing is that it means that people who are easily offended by inappropriate images, language, or actions, can browse the app store without fear that they may download something they are going to regret. The link below sheds more in-depth light on the subject.
I just came across this video/advertisement, I found it quite amusing but I like the idea that this device is based around, pretty cool!
This is just a short review on Apple’s new version of Mac OS X, 10.10. As some of you may or may not know, only one million people were able to have access to the Yosemite Beta. Luckily for myself, I was one of those one million. I have been testing various parts of the new-to-be-released version 10.10, and have only come across a few minor problems that I can fault the software for. To begin with, I will talk a little bit about the cons I have come across while using/testing the software, as anybody can expect, Yosemite is overall a little ‘glitchy’, and sometimes applications just crash. Although this can be frustrating, it is not very often at all, and I’m almost certain those kinks will be worked out before the release, hence the early release beta.