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Kung Fu Rooster Live Through Slotastic
Slotastic is set to floor gamers once again through the addition of new smash hit slot Kung Fu Rooster to its unrivalled games collection. - - The 12-line, five-reel slot is available through Slotastic's mobile casino for smartphones and tablets and via its no-download instant play online (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Deal Alert: Free download of iPhone data utility
One of the chief annoyances of Apple's closed ecosystem is the limited ability to move files to and from your device using iTunes. Utilities that open up file management have been available for ages, but generally cost money, so stingy people like me just make do with iTunes. To commemorate the (...)
[OSNews]

The Multics CPU simulator
The Multics CPU simulator created by Harry Reed and Charles Anthony is available for public download. A complete QuickStart installation package is available that provides software, compilers, system source, install scripts, and several initial projects (SysDaemon, SysAdmin, Daemon, etc.) and (...)
[OSNews]

Ubuntu Linux now on Windows Store
Today, we're excited to announce that Canonical's Ubuntu Linux Distro is now available in the Windows Store and can be downloaded and installed on any Windows Insider build >= #16215! Eventually this will be available to all regular Windows 10 (...)
[OSNews]

Stream-ripping is 'fastest growing' music piracy
People aged 16-24 are the most likely to illegally download audio files from streaming services, research suggests.
[BBC]

Stream-ripping is 'fastest growing' music piracy
People aged 16-24 are the most likely to illegally download audio files from streaming services, research suggests.
[BBC News]

Australian internet slow and plagued by disconnections, survey finds
Consumer watchdog finds 60% of consumers have had issues with service in past six months and more than 75% of NBN customers have had problems Australia is plagued by internet disconnections, drop-outs and slow download speeds, a survey has found. The Choice internet satisfaction survey found (...)
[The Guardian]

Legend of Zelda Master Trials: a nice amuse-bouche that could leave fans hungry
It’s hoped first Breath of the Wild DLC will tide fans over until The Champion’s Ballad is released in December – but it might not sate them for long The first downloadable content for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a neat extension to the game for those who’ve exhausted its (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple releases first beta of iOS 11 to public beta testers
Apple today released the first public beta of iOS 11 to its public beta testing group, allowing non-developers to download and test the update ahead of its fall release. iOS 11 has been available for developers since June 5, and the first public beta corresponds with the second developer beta. (...)
[OSNews]

Sega Forever: Sonic and other retro games coming to mobiles for free
Sega Forever collection, which includes the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog, will be free to download on iOS and Android from Thursday Video game players, like music lovers and film buffs, are incurable nostalgics. And so are the games companies. Last year we had the cruelly hard-to-come-by (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple to allow you to run code on "your" device
MacStories points to a change in the App Store guidelines, which now state that: Apps designed to teach, develop, or test executable code may, in limited circumstances, download code provided that such code is not used for other purposes. Such apps must make the source code provided by the (...)
[OSNews]

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