Apple is already working on iOS 8.4

Posted on February 11, 2015

Yes you read that right, Apple has been very busy at the moment. While still technically working on beta versions of iOS 8.2, iOS 8.3, and iOS 9.0, Apple is also working on another update for iOS 8 with iOS 8.4.

Apple is already working on iOS 8.4


In an article from 9to5mac, their sources stated that the iOS 8.4 upgrade is already well into development and is codenamed Copper. And that the iOS 8.4 update would bring the upcoming Beats streaming music service and will be released after the Apple Watch (or iWatch) becomes available.

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Goodbye Joystiq.

Joystiq shuts down


One of our favorite gaming sites have shut down.

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Apple releases iOS 8.3 for developers

Posted on February 10, 2015

Even though iOS 8.2 has still not been released for the public yet, Apple has already started seeding iOS 8.3 for developers.

Apple releases iOS 8.3 for developers

The iOS 8.3 release notes does not really mention any new features, but here are some of the neat additions that have been found in the iOS 8.3 update so far:

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iOS 8.2 Beta now available

Posted on February 3, 2015

Apple has started seeding the iOS 8.2 Beta for developers, this is actually the fifth version of the 8.2 beta that has been available for developers and it includes bug fixes and other improvements.

iOS 8.2 Beta now available

The update is available by over-the-air update or via the iOS Dev Center. Please note that this is only available if you have a developer account, and if you are part of the masses, this wont be available for you until the iOS 8.2 update is officially released.

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Sony enters partnership with Spotify

Posted on January 31, 2015

Sony has announced that they are entering a business partnership with Spotify and the music streaming service will become available for the PS3 and PS4.

Sony enters partnership with Spotify

According to the U.S. PlayStation Blog, Sony Network Entertainment Vice President Eric Lempel has confirmed the news that Spotify would be replace Sony own music streaming service Music Unlimited. Music unlimited has been on Sony’s consoles for years now, but it never really gained any traction from music streaming fans.

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Another PS4 jailbreak rumor has been making the rounds today, this time, the Hacker Group known as the Lizard Squad is said to be behind this and will be releasing it this year.

Another PS4 Jailbreak rumor

This time, the new PS4 jailbreak rumor seemingly holds some ground because this involves the hacker group Lizard Squad, the one behind the recent PSN and Xbox Live hack last December. During the hack, Lizard Squad was reported to be able to find a security flaw in the PS4 firmware that allowed them to view the root files in the PS4’s operating process and was able to modify it and run their code.

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Yeah you read that right, Sony is going to remove YouTube, Maps and the Near App for the PS Vita. This is bad news for users who like to use the YouTube, Maps and Near Apps on the Vita regularly, but really, who does?

Sony to remove YouTube, Maps and Near on the PS Vita

Consoles, or any device for that matter would usually receive new apps, new features and other updates throughout its life-cycle. But this time Sony seems to take a step backward with the PS Vita, as Sony would be removing some apps on the Vita like YouTube, Maps and Near in a future Vita firmware update.

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Finally! No more deleting more than a Gigabyte of stuff on your Apple device just to install a 44MB update. Apple has just released the iOS 8.1.3 update today, and finally, has reduced the required free storage space on your device in order to perform the update.

iOS 8.1.3 now available

The iOS 8.1.3 update does not really bring a lot of significant features, the usual “increase in system stability and performance”, a few bug fixes, and includes a few fixes for issues found in FaceTime, iMessages and Spotlight. While the most significant addition to iOS brought by this update is the reduction of the free space needed to perform future iOS updates.

Here are the changes included in the iOS 8.1.3 update:

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How to change Bluestacks screen size

Posted on January 24, 2015

Bluestacks is a popular Android emulator for the PC, its free, easy to use and we here at Tech4idiots use it to play Clash Of Clans whenever we’re on PC.

BlueStacks Android Emulator

The only down side thing about it is the screen size, its pretty large and there is no real option in the settings to change the screen size, however, there is a way to change the screen size and resolution of Bluestacks.

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Learn the art of trading online

Posted on January 22, 2015


The internet has enabled millions of us to try so many things that we might never have had the chance to do. One example would be playing casino games. Many people might have felt like trying their luck at roulette or blackjack in the past, but never actually wanted to go to the effort of travelling to a land-based casino to play. Now, you can find hundreds of different online casinos with a quick internet search, sign up to one and be playing in minutes.

Learn the art of trading online
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