Apple Iterates iOS 11 Developer Beta Quickly with Build 9

Apple has accelerated the pace of releasing fresh builds of iOS in recent weeks. The company typically makes new betas available once every two weeks, but has upped that rate to one per week as the public launch of iOS 11 and other platforms nears. This week saw Apple make iOS 11 Beta 9 available to developers, following Beta 8, which arrived just last week. Apple also released tvOS 11 Beta 9. Apple did not spell out any changes specific to these builds, though it generally resolves bugs and adds minor features with each successive release. The company has not yet made new public betas available based on this code. Apple is widely expected to provide the final details regarding iOS 11 and its other platforms at an event scheduled to take place September 12, where it will also reveal new iPhones.

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YouTube TV Hits 12 More Markets

YouTube TV has expanded once again to 12 new markets around the country. The additional cities of Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St. Louis make for a total of 41 markets. YouTube TV originally launched in just five markets in April. The service expanded by 14 markets just a few weeks ago, and YouTube says at least another five markets are on deck to launch in the near future. YouTube TV costs $35 per month, includes up to six personal accounts all with unlimited DVR recordings and access. The number of channels is still limited to about 50. YouTube TV is available on Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as via the Chrome browser on desktop PCs.

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Kyocera Flips Out Over LTE-Only Cadence Feature Phone for Verizon

Kyocera this week announced the Cadence, a flip phone for Verizon Wireless that supports LTE but not CDMA. In addition to LTE, the Cadence sports WiFi with voice over WiFi and HD Voice for clearer phone calls. The main display measures 2.4 inches with QVGA resolution, while the external monochrome display measures 0.9 inches with 128 by 36 pixels. The handset runs Kyocera’s proprietary non-touch user interface and is powered by a 1.1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 2 GB of memory and 16 GB of storage. It includes a fixed-focus 2-megapixel camera and a removable 1,430mAh battery. Other features include a headphone jack, Bluetooth, GPS, voice recognition, and WiFi hotspot for up to 10 devices. The Kyocera Cadence is available from Verizon Wireless for $120.

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IFA – The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.

OK, short version. The BlackBerry is back, albeit with TCL Communications at the helm. In February I took a look at it. It’s a bit heavy and a bit chunky compared to some handsets, but that keyboard has returned and you’ll find a range of BlackBerry apps inside.

IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.

Specs include a 12 megapixel rear camera and a front one which is 8 megapixels, plus it has a 3:2 aspect 1620×1080 IPS LCD screen at 433 ppi.

Now, the normal KEYone has 3GB RAM with 32GB storage and a microSD slot. However TCL have today announced a new version which is called the “BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition”. It’ll be available in the UK in Q3 for £549 and adds a new matt black finish to the aluminium frame. It also boosts the memory to 4GB RAM and the internal storage is 64GB. You still get the microSD slot though, which is good.

Here’s some shots of the device so that you can see the device in real life – albeit the silver one..

IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.
IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.
IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.
IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.
IFA   The BlackBerry KEYone. Once you go black, you pay a bit more.

The normal version is £499 and you can check them both out on the BlackBerry website.

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  • Head back to the 80’s – Golden Axe

    Anyone remember Golden Axe? Well, me neither, but this new / old SEGA game is now available for both Android and iOS. It’s free to download and play but you’ll obviously get a few ads to pay for the thing. You can though, if you wish, remove all the ads for a one-off £1.99 charge.

    Head back to the 80s   Golden Axe

    Here’s how the game will look, but you can already see from the image above that the main character is a mirror image of myself…

    As you can gather, it’s a proper retro fighting game, from an era when we used to have to go to the arcade to play proper … err.. arcade games. I’m talking 1989 baby, and this one came out on the SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive.

    SEGA tell us…

    In Golden Axe, players exact revenge on Death Adder by battling as one of three formidable heroes: Gilius Thunderhead the axe-wielding Dwarf, Ax Battler the Barbarian with a broadsword, or Tyris Flare the Amazon woman with particularly powerful spells. Collect potions and cast spells to battle your way to victory against Death Adder and bring peace back to Yuria.

    Well, there’s definitely nothing more I’d like to do than bring peace back to Yuria, so I’m going to give it a try.. perhaps show my son what games used to look like in the “old days”.

    Head back to the 80s   Golden Axe

    More detail below.

    GOLDEN AXE JOINS THE SEGA FOREVER COLLECTION

    Bringing peace to the land is your duty!

    SAN FRANCISCO AND LONDON – August 31, 2017 – Death Adder has invaded the castle and has taken the king and princess prisoner – now it’s up to you to get them back. As of today, Golden Axe has joined the SEGA Forever™ collection and is now available as a free-to-play mobile title with ad support. Those who dare can now download the game for free from the App Store for iPhone and iPad and Google Play Store for Android devices.

    Golden Axe was originally released in 1989 for the SEGA Genesis™/Mega Drive™ and was created by Makoto Uchida who is known for having developed another famous Genesis/Mega Drive title: Altered Beast. In Golden Axe, players exact revenge on Death Adder by battling as one of three formidable heroes: Gilius Thunderhead the axe-wielding Dwarf, Ax Battler the Barbarian with a broadsword, or Tyris Flare the Amazon woman with particularly powerful spells. Collect potions and cast spells to battle your way to victory against Death Adder and bring peace back to Yuria.

    With added features like leaderboards, cloud saves, and controller support, Golden Axe is the most recent addition to SEGA Forever, a growing collection of classic SEGA titles from every console era that are available free-to-play (with ad support) for mobile devices. Players who want to experience the games without ads can remove them for a one-time in app purchase priced at £1.99. SEGA Forever games will be equipped with multiplayer capabilities in a future update, so please look forward to saving Yuria with the help of friends, family, or even the person who sits next to you at work!

    Download Golden Axe here:

    Android: http://sega.vg/KKur30eO59N

    iOS: http://sega.vg/jEKJ30eO5dK

    To stay up-to-date with launch news, share your love of classic video games, cast your vote in polls, share your opinions in surveys, and interact with other SEGA fans, check out the SEGA Forever website and follow our dedicated Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

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