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    by Published on April 5th, 2014 19:52
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    XCM Joystick for Android iPhone iPad iPod Tablet Smart Phone
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from GoldenShop
    Price: $5.40

    Overview : Choose the right stick of your choice for your favorite mobile game from a 3-piece mini stick:

    Xbox 360 analog stick shape concave design, PS3 analog stick shape convex design and D-pad shape.

    To use the mini sticks, a player simply sticks it in place and starts.


    • High quality 3rd party product.
    • Works on Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod, most of the smart phones and tablets.
    • Comes with 3 buttons -
      1. XB360 concave analog stick design
      2. PSX3 convex analog stick design
      3. D-pad design

    • Add a real physical mini joystick to your smart phone or tablet.
    • Works with most of the games.
    • Won't damage the screen.
    • Comes with suction cup - easy to attach or remove.

    Quality/Usability : Trying to play games using the on-screen joysticks is not the same. It doesn't feel comfortable after awhile. So XCM has released a joystick that attaches to your devices screen via suction. This offers a real physical mini joystick while you pay your games and it won't damage your screen as well.

    There are three different buttons. Concave which is similar to Xbox 360 controllers, convex which is similar to PS3 controllers and a D-pad for games that has directional movement. You're most likely going to be using the d-pad and the other button is your preference on whether or not you want to use concave or convex button. You might even want to use both and not the d-pad.

    The design is sturdy. Once the joysticks are attached to the screen, it won't move or fall off. As mentioned before, it won't damage your screen either because there is not sticky residue or anything permanent. To apply, simply pause the game, place the joystick over the on-screen controls and push down so that the joystick suctions to the screen. Want to remove it? Just peel up the suction cup and lift the joystick up. That's it.

    Here is a video of it in action:

    Conclusion : Overall, the joystick is a must have if you play games a lot on your smartphone or tablet devices. Its easy to install and easy to remove. The price is also very affordable at under $6. Just to remember to remove the buttons when you're done playing or it will be in your way.

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    by Published on January 14th, 2014 01:48
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    EU bureaucrats famously revoked their ban on ugly fruit, but they never showed such leniency to Apple. The older Mac Pro breached rules requiring extra shielding on fans and electrical ports and as a result it hasn't been seen on European store shelves since last March. Fortunately, however, the new 2013 Mac Pro passes muster, and some customers in France are seeing shipping estimates as early as mid-January -- although most folks who order their canister of computing today should expect to receive it sometime in February.

    by Published on December 19th, 2013 01:25
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    We knew it was coming, now it's almost here. Apple has confirmed that the new Mac Pro will go on sale from tomorrow, starting at $3,000. For that, you'll get a 3.7GHz quad-core Xeon CPU ("with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.9 GHz"), 12GB DRAM, two AMD FirePro D300 GPUs, and a 256GB SSD. As usual, you'll be able to order online via Apple's online store, through various resellers and, perhaps most importantly, Apple's retail stores. While there's no word on whether you'll be able to walk out of an Apple Store with a Mac Pro tomorrow, the fact that it'sassembled in the US suggests that could be the case, at least in the States. We've contacted Apple for clarification and will update you when we know more.

    by Published on November 30th, 2013 02:31
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    If you've been mulling the latest Apple gizmo but wince at the prices, today could be the day to act. That's because Cupertino's offering UK discounts of up to £81 on the latest and greatest iMac or MacBook models and £31 off of the iPad Air. Other iPad models are discounted too, and you can score a deal on the iPod Touch or accessories like the Parrot AR drone. As for the US and Canada, gift cards are being handed out in lieu of cash off, including $75 offerings on the iPad Air, $150 for iMacs and MacBooks and $50 for an iPod Touch. As for the rest of the EU, other countries like France and Germany are seeing similar cash discounts to their UK counterparts on the same products. Not everything is on sale, though. For instance, the iPad Mini with Retina display is still full price. Still, if your iProduct trigger finger's been feeling itchy lately, hit the source.

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    by Published on October 23rd, 2013 00:26
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    If you've been waiting for the MacBook Pro with Retina display to get a big processor upgrade, today's your lucky day. Apple has just refreshed its high-end portable line with Intel's Haswell chips, delivering Iris graphics and battery life improvements much like those from the recent MacBook Air update. The 13-inch model manages nine hours of battery life, and the 15-inch unit can last for eight hours on a charge. Both computers carry faster PCI Express solid-state drives, Thunderbolt 2 ports and 802.11ac WiFi, while a higher-end 15-inch variant ships with dedicated GeForce GT 750M video. Either new Mac costs less than its predecessor, too. The 13-inch system starts at $1,299 for a model with a dual-core 2.4GHz Core i5, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD; its 15-inch counterpart starts at $1,999 with a quad-core 2GHz Core i7, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. Both laptops are available today.
    Update: Apple has quietly axed the non-Retina 15-inch model; you can still buy its 13-inch sibling (unchanged since its early 2013 update) at a lower $999 price.

    by Published on September 9th, 2013 11:02
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    5. Apple iPhone

    Another day and another DCEmu site has had the much needed revamp treatment.

    Our Apple site that covers everything Apple and that includes iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macbooks and iWatch ? and also the very latest IOS Games. Like all our other sites theres more focus on the subject on the sites and also more pages that are always upto date, we use technology to bring you the very latest Ebay Auctions from both the USA and UK and whats bestselling also, new releases from the App store and so much more.

    Heres some of the new pages:

    iPad Ebay Auctions USA
    iPad Ebay Auctions UK
    iPod Ebay Auctions USA
    iPod Ebay Auctions UK
    iPhone Ebay Auctions USA
    iPhone Ebay Auctions UK
    Macbook Ebay Auctions USA
    Macbook Ebay Auctions UK
    BestSelling MP3 Players USA
    BestSelling MP3 Players UK
    MostGifted MP3 Players USA
    MostGifted MP3 Players UK
    Top 25 Songs Apple Appstore
    Top 25 New Releases Apple Appstore
    Top 25 Just Added Apple Appstore
    Top 25 Featured Albums Apple Appstore
    Top 25 Paid Apps Apple Appstore
    Top 25 Free Apps Apple Appstore
    Top Movies Apple Appstore
    Top TV Seasons Apple Appstore
    Top TV Episodes Apple Appstore
    New Movie Trailers Apple Appstore

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    by Published on June 10th, 2013 22:34
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    New Apple operating system boasts hundreds of new features, including music streaming service and contactless sharing.
    Some critics have declared Apple has lots its edge to Samsung in recent months, but the Cupertino company now introduces iOS 7 and says it's the most important refresh since the launch of the original iPhone.
    The operating system comes with a new yet familiar interface, which is designed to make content take advantage of all available screen space. Seemingly this is acknowledging the fact Samsung's smartphones continue to grow in size, while Apple's largest, the iPhone 5, sports a four-inch screen.
    * Control Centre is among the 'hundreds of new features,' providing users with access to Airplane Mode, wi-fi, Bluetooth, screen brightness and more. It's accessible with one upwards swipe from the bottom of the screen.
    * Notification Centre is available from the lock screen to offer users an overview of their alerts. The new Today feature offers a summary of events for the day ahead, such as meetings and so on.
    * Multitasking is also reportedly improved, with developers able to integrate functionality that offers their creations the ability to run in the background.
    * Airdrop is a sharing solution that detects when contacts are close by, allowing the user to select content and make a P2P transfer without network or set-up required. The likelihood is that this is designed to eliminate demand for NFC.
    * Camera app features filters – a move BlackBerry made with BB10 – which will undoubtedly have been inspired by Instagram. Users will be able to make real-time photo effects and switch between four camera options with a swipe.
    * Photos app features Moments, a function that organises media based on time and location. It comes with iCloud sharing which allows family and friends to share and connect their collections in one place.
    * Safari redesign supports full-screen browsing, while iCloud Keychain stores all passwords and credit card details securely across all devices. Parental Controls are enhanced to block access to adult material and other sites – presumably ones that will allow unauthorised purchases.
    * Siri has new male and female voices and Twitter search integration, so users can ask what people are saying on the social network. Wikipedia and Bing are also integrated.
    * Music app comes with iTunes Radio internet steaming service, which features over 200 stations. Available across iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, PC and Apple TV.
    * App Store now comes with more than 900,000 apps and features a new Kids category.
    Developers can immediately access the iOS 7 beta software and SDK via developer.apple.com, while iOS 7 will be available as a free update for iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad mini and iPod touch (fifth generation) this autumn.
    Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of software engineering, said: "iOS 7 is the most significant iOS update since the original iPhone. To create it, we brought together a team with a broad range of expertise from design to engineering. With what we’ve been able to achieve together, we see iOS 7 as an exciting new beginning."

    by Published on May 30th, 2013 23:38
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    Apple has surprised the tech world with the launch of a new iPod Touch, which drops a number of features in order to shave down its price.
    The seemingly entry-level iPod Touch maintains many of the same specs of its predecessor, still using the same dual-core A5 processor and four-inch Retina display.
    But whilst the new Touch maintains the HD front-facing camera, it drops the device's main five-megapixel camera, one of its biggest omissions.
    Perhaps Apple felt that incorporating a second camera on the device was overkill, but it's something that fans of the device are likely to miss.
    The device is also quite stingy on storage capacity. Whilst previous devices offered a choice of both 32GB and 64GB, this latest generation provides just 16GB.
    As a result of the loss of features, the latest iPod Touch weighs in less too, dropping 0.06 ounces.
    However, despite the losses, consumers can expect to pay a smaller price for the device with Apple pricing the newest Touch at just $229.

    by Published on May 12th, 2013 00:58
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    It's just been a few weeks since Netflix for iOS was suited with a novel audio menu and episode selector, but the app has now already reached version 4.1. While this particular release isn't as major as, say, v2.0, some of the post-play features that have rolled outon TV connected devices and PCs are trickling down to the mobile platforms. Namely, once an episode is over, the next one starts playing automatically without any intervention required (it requires a prompt to proceed after every other episode). In the case of movies, you can expect to see a new recommended selection once the credits roll, and Netflix also promises some other more minor improvements elsewhere in the app, including under the hood tweaks to its second screen experience. Finally, Netflix also announced today that it's signed a multi-year deal for five Disney Junior and Disney XD shows: Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Tron: Uprising, Handy Manny,Special Agent Oso, and JoJo's Circus.

    by Published on May 3rd, 2013 16:51
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Releases all-time app charts and offers $10,000 gift card to mark the milestone.
    Say what you like about Apple, but the company becomes rather generous when it approaches big milestones, and the imminent 50 billionth app download from the App Store will be given the traditional fanfare.
    The iPhone maker says the downloader that takes it to the big 50 will receive a $10,000 App Store gift card, while anyone to download one of the first 50 apps after that will pocket a $500 App Store gift card.
    Additionally, with Apple feeling so nostalgic, the company has released the UK's Top All-Time most popular free and paid apps:
    Top All-Time Paid Apps - iPhone:
    1. WhatsApp Messenger
    2. Angry Birds
    3. Doodle Jump
    4. Fruit Ninja
    5. Cut The Rope
    6. Angry Birds Seasons
    7. TuneIn Radio Pro
    9. Draw Something
    10. Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

    Top All-Time Free Apps - iPhone:
    1. Facebook
    2. Skype
    3. eBay
    4. YouTube
    5. Twitter
    6. Instagram
    7. Temple Run
    8. Draw Something Free
    9. Google Search
    10. Google Earth

    Top All-Time Paid Apps - iPad:
    1. Pages
    2. Angry Birds HD
    3. SCRABBLE for iPad
    4. GarageBand
    5. MONOPOLY for iPad
    6. FIFA 13 by EA Sports
    7. Numbers
    8. Fruit Ninja HD
    9. Angry Birds Star Wars HD
    10. Keynote

    Top All-Time Free Apps - iPad:
    1. BBC iPlayer
    2. Skype for iPad
    3. ITV Player
    4. eBay for iPad
    5. 4oD
    6. Calculator for iPad Free
    7. Angry Birds HD Free
    8. Sky Go
    9. Kindle
    10. Facebook

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