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Edward Snowden has been called a variety of things: whistleblower, patriot, traitor. But when it comes to his technical expertise, he's usually just referred to as a hacker, contractor or some flavor of system administrator. That, Snowden says, doesn't do his role and background justice. In an exc...

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Glitchsoft's oddly-titled Star Marine: Infinite Ammo (more on why that's weird in a moment) is both good at bad. First, it's good at heart. Star Marine: Infinite Ammo is a Contra-style run-and-gun title that has you controlling a soldier on a spaceship among other environments. Your job is to figh...

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Atari's been on a remixing jag lately, and I was really impressed by the recent iOS take on Asteroids. Now with Breakout Boost, Atari aims to update another old gem. Unfortunately, this one isn't quite as successful. It certainly is Breakout, as you control a little paddle across the screen, ...

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When eHarmony first brought its iPad app to us a couple of months ago, I had the great idea (I thought) to put together a feature for TUAW around the idea of only the iPad app to access the very popular Internet dating service, find a date, and then review both the app and the date itself. So e...

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Magic Defenders isn't new, but it has claimed a lot of my iPhone gaming time lately. It's a tower defense game, so if you like that genre, odds are that you'll like this one. Instead of building towers, you play the game as a mage that's casting spells against waves of attackers. The game cyc...

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Here's a strange one for you. Remember SAFA's Dia DAP? Yeah, us neither. Nevertheless, a quick search tells us that SAFA's 3one digital audio player is an identical clone to their own, not-so-memorable DAP. Same 79 x 48 x 10-mm dimensions, same 320 x 240 pixel display, same audio and video support...

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It's good to see SAFA back in the saddle after a long bout with silence, and the firm's latest PMP looks mighty fine, we must say. Dubbed DIA -- presumably in reference to the diamond shaped control pad -- this diminutive device boasts a 2.4-inch color LCD, plays nice with audio and video files, c...

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