News By Jason Nieva @JazzNieva 05/20/19 Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Mobile game Sniper 3D Assassin has removed a level after it was highlighted in a HuffPost story. Sniper 3D Assassin is currently available for the iOS through the App Store. In the game, players take the role of a gun-for-hire who goes on missions eliminating targets are obtaining rewards.The level is question is named "Breaking News." According to the mission briefing, a journalist has bribed a cop to get access to a briefcase full of sensitive information. The mission tasks the players with making the journalist "famous in a different way." Once players complete the mission, they get a final quote that says. "THAT'S A COVER STORY."According to HuffPost, this level was brought to light by Jamal Jordan, a journalist at the New York Times. In a tweet, Jordan shared that he learned about the level after his nephew let him play the shooting game on an iPad. Given that his nephew was 10 … [Read more...] about Sniper 3D Assassin Removes ‘Breaking News’ Level From Game
Apple TV is flying the nest, with a dedicated Apple TV app coming to a wide range of smart TVs – as well as set top boxes and streaming sticks from rival companies like Roku and Amazon.We learnt back in January (at CES 2019) that the Apple TV app was coming to a number of smart TVs – in ranges by Samsung, Sony, LG and Vizeo – beyond Apple's own set top box and streaming player, the Apple TV.Apple gave us a gentle reminder at its March 25 ShowTime event, along with news that the Apple TV app would be landing on Amazon Fire TV and Roku streaming devices.Moving the app onto rival devices is a risky one, as it decentivizes consumers from buying into Apple TV hardware – and both Fire TV and Roku ranges feature 4K models in the vein of the Apple TV 4K. But it certainly gives Apple a wider potential audience – especially with its new Apple TV+ streaming service, and Apple TV Channels subscription option for bringing various channels and platforms (everything … [Read more...] about Breaking News: Apple TV app jumps to Roku and Fire TV
BACK in Dodgy’s day, when kids played outside the four walls and oilcloth designed by blind acid-heads wired to the moon was the flooring of choice in everyone’s gaff, breakdancing and body-popping were actual and legitimate pastimes. The early-mid ’80s was a serious time to be pre-pubescent and breathing fresh-ish air on the smouldering corners of western Belfast and, no doubt, other solar systems in the galaxy. A highly flammable tracksuit – strictly not shell – despite never being more than 12 square feet away from somebody’s da’s petrol and milk bottle collection, remained the essential get-up. An off-cut of the hall or scullery’s old/new flooring, a double-deck ghettoblaster and a crackly pirate copy of Hey You by Bronx breakers The Rock Steady Crew was what truly separated the official B-Boys and Girls from the, er, provisional B-Boys and Girls. Multi-coloured broad wool laces in a pair of Patrick Ewings or British (mutter it soft) … [Read more...] about Dodgy Tackle: Breaking news: Breakdancing set for the Olympic Games 30 years after its west Belfast heyday
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Nov. 13, 2018 / 8:55 PM GMT By Erik Sherman With news that Amazon is splitting its new HQ2 headquarters between New York City and Crystal City, Virginia, with an additional Nashville-based operations center, came a new speculation. Will the retail giant collect on the full amount of initiatives from all locations? No, said location consultant John Boyd. "These packages will be reworked under this current [development] model," he said. But still, the amount of assistance that Amazon will receive is enormous. The company will receive upwards of $2.8 billion in performance-based incentives from the three cities. And the company says it will apply for some additional funding from other government sources. The staggering sums raise what has becoming an increasingly popular question: Are incentives a smart investment? Amazon temptation Amazon … [Read more...] about With two new headquarters, will Amazon get to double dip on tax breaks?
There are a ton of news applications available online, and if you’re looking for the best ones to help you follow the sport(s) that you love, well, we’re here to help you. We’ve listed our top 10 favorite applications for following the sport-related news, no matter what sport you’re into, really. There are more really great choices available in the Google Play Store, of course, but these are our top picks. So, if you’re looking for an app that will keep you informed what’s going on in the NFL, NBA, HNL… or perhaps Formula 1, Soccer, or Tennis, well, read on, but before you do, please note that the apps listed down below are not listed in a specific order. Yahoo Sports Yahoo Sports, as its name says, is Yahoo’s very own app, and in addition to being a really solid sports news app, it’s also a live score application. Regular sports news will pop up in the Yahoo Sports app, while you will also be able to find some more in-depth … [Read more...] about Top 10 Best Android Apps — Sports News — November 2018