Earlier today, Apple released the iTunes 10.5.2 update for Mac OS X and Windows PCs. The 16MB or update addresses iTunes Music match and audio distortion on certain CDs.
“iTunes 10.5.2 includes several improvements for iTunes Match and fixes an audio distortion problem when playing or importing certain CDs.”
iTunes 10.5.2 is available now via the Software Update control panel or via direct download from the Apple website.
BGR has what appears to be a photo of Motorola’s upcoming Droid 4 handset. The fourth edition of the “Droid” family is rumored to have “[s]pecs [that] include a 4-inch qHD display, Android 2.3.5, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 4G LTE compatibility.”
BRG also seems to think that the Droid 4 could be released as early as next week.
Looks like Apple’s new Grand Central Terminal store, located in Manhattan, New York, will open it’s doors on December 9.
I’m going to be heading back to the Big Apple sometime in the next two weeks!
Chair, the Epic game studio that brought us Infinity Blade and now Infinity Blade 2 has released Infinity Blade 2 1.0.1. The update is designed to fix a start up crashing issue that customers, including myself, have been experiencing on the iPad 1 and iPhone 4.
The game was released back on Wednesday. Infinity Blade 2 is a universal game, meaning that you will be able to run the game on both your iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad 2 without having to pay for it again.
Infinity Blade 2 sells for $6.99 via the iTunes Store. The 1.0.1 Infinity Blade 2 update is free to people who have already purchased the game already.
Infinity Blade is an amazing game for the iPhone and iPad. Starting at 11:00pm Eastern time later this evening, Epic is expected to begin selling Infinity Blade 2 for iOS.
“Beyond the enhanced visuals, Infinity Blade 2 also advances the storyline of the original game and expands the combat experience to include more options and less predictable enemies.”
Infinity Blade is one of those games that I can play often and not get bored with. I’m looking forward to more stunning graphics and touch-tastic RPG play tonight.
According to a new article on BGR.com today, the fate of webOS, the mobile operating system that HP acquired thru their acquisition of Palm, still hangs in the balance.
After having burned through a staggering $3.3 Billion on webOS, HP has abandoned their plans for any new webOS smartphones or tablets.
“HP CEO Meg Whitman has gone on record in stating that a decision regarding the fate of webOS will be made within two weeks. HP took possession of webOS when it acquired Palm for $1.2 billion in 2010, and that buy yielded one failed tablet that was discontinued shortly after launching, three failed smartphones and soon, perhaps, the death of webOS itself.”