Découvrez Door Kickers, la référence ultime dans l’univers des jeux PC de stratégie mettant en scène des forces d’intervention spéciales ! Récompensé à de nombreuses reprises, il inclut toutes les mises à jour disponibles ainsi qu’une nouvelle campagne, tout en offrant une compatibilité multiplateforme totale et une interface inédite conçue pour les appareils tactiles.

***Élu meilleur jeu de stratégie 2014 par RockPaperShotgun***

**"Door Kickers, c’est un jeu dans lequel les flics enfoncent des portes… mais c’est surtout un pur concentré de bonheur. Il est également particulièrement redoutable, ce qui fait tout son charme." ***
84/100 – PC Gamer

***"Il offre tous les frissons que les jeux modernes ont tendance à oublier, la passion et la satisfaction de relever des défis qui peuvent sembler insurmontables à première vue, et le pur bonheur de passer des heures à étudier les innombrables solutions pour venir à bout d’un immense niveau ouvert. J’ai adoré ce jeu du premier au dernier niveau, et je suis convaincu que vous prendrez autant de plaisir que moi." ***
Super Bunnyhop

Ce jeu est une pure merveille. Il parvient à capturer tous les meilleurs aspects tactiques des jeux de stratégie plus complexes, ainsi que l’exaltation et la frénésie des jeux de tir militaires. (…) C’est certainement l’un des meilleurs jeux de tir auxquels j’ai eu l’occasion de jouer depuis des années.
Indie Statik

Combinant avec brio les meilleurs éléments des jeux d’action des années 90 à une interface ergonomique dernier cri, Door Kickers vous permet de prendre le commandement d’une unité d’intervention spéciale au cours d’une série de missions à haut risque.

Analysez la situation, planifiez le déplacement de vos unités, choisissez votre équipement et coordonnez les actions de vos hommes pour secourir les otages avant que les terroristes n’appuient sur la détente.

Cette mission vous fait peur ? C’est tout à fait normal, puisqu’elle est réaliste… Vous pourrez toutefois accomplir la majorité des niveaux en quelques minutes seulement ou en suivant simplement votre instinct. Cependant, pour venir à bout de tous les niveaux sans perdre un seul de vos hommes, vous allez devoir repousser les limites de votre instinct stratégique et de votre sang-froid.
Caractéristiques :
§ 80 missions solo, 6 campagnes et un générateur de missions pour des heures et des heures de pur bonheur
§ Plus de 65 armes et équipements pour venir à bout de tous vos ennemis
§ Une vue aérienne pour une analyse tactique optimale
§ Un déroulement en temps réel avec pauses stratégiques
§ Pas de tours, pas de sorts, pas de points d’action ou d’interface complexe
§ Un pur concentré d’action réaliste
§ Des niveaux non linéaires et un gameplay libre

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Multi Level Car Parking 5 Gratuit Jeux de Voiture de Course – Aidem Media

The BIGGGEST and BEST Multi-Level Parking Game EVER! Dozens of exciting missions to drive! Find your space at the ultra-realistic Airport parking building. Visit the International Race Track for some high-speed Driving and Drifting action. Race on the runway and even DRIFT an Airport Bus! The most Hi-octane Parking Game you’ve ever played!
Drive and Drift everything from Sports cars, SUV’s, Luxury Limousines and Super-fast Supercars, to 4×4 Off-roaders and a couple of Airport Busses!
Drive amongst other road-users and watch out for traffic jams! Try not to scratch your car, or anybody else’s!
Explore the huge Airport location, with tons of details and areas to find! Loads of car parks, hotels, International Race Track with Off-road area and the main Airport Runway has been converted into a Drift Track!
The Main Game Mode is 100% FREE to play, all the way through, no strings attached! Extra Game Modes which alter the rules slightly to make the game easier are available through optional In-App Purchases.

▶ COOL CAR COLLECTION: Drive & Park 15 Unique Cars
▶ PERFECT PARKING: Realistic Multi-Level & Open-air Parking Lots
▶ AMAZING AIRPORT: Race on the runway & International Race Tracks
▶ TRICKY TRAFFIC: Deal with Real Dynamic Traffic AI
▶ PRO PARKING MISSIONS: A massive campaign to beat!
▶ 100% Free-2-Play Missions
▶ CONTROLS: Buttons, Wheel, Tilt & MFi Game Controller Support
▶ CAMERAS: Multiple cameras including First Person view
▶ iCLOUD: Supports play between your devices & automatic progress backup with iCloud
▶ OPTIMISED: runs on anything from (or better than) the iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad Mini & iPod Touch (5th Generation)

Can you get Z – Letters Mania – Sharon Goldshmid

Get Z is a simple puzzle game but attractive gameplay. East to learn but hard to be master!
Find the adjacent same letters and merge them to new letter. The finally goal is Z!
Challenge your friends, beat their scores.
1. You can spend 5 action points to switch any two letters’ position.
2. You can spend 5 action points to choose any letter and clear all the same letters.
3. You can spend 5 action points to realign the letters.
4. You can earn the action points by watching video and sharing the game to your friends.

Verizon Could Introduce Carryover Data Next Week

verizon  carryoverThere are probably quite a lot of us who do not finish using the allocated data on their phones every month, and this is fine, but there are probably some who feel that they need to finish every single byte because since they paid for it, they might as well use it, right? The good news is that if you’re with Verizon, you won’t have to feel so pressured next time.

According to reports, it seems that next week the carrier could be announcing some changes to their service that users might be happy about. One of the changes is that data will be able to be carried over, meaning that if you can’t finish your data this month, don’t worry you can just bring it forward to the next month.

It is unclear if there is a limit and how many months forward you can bring your leftover data, but either way it is still a pretty nice feature to have. In addition, it also seems that Verizon has included overages protection where users can enable what they’re calling “Safety Mode” that instead of billing you more for additional data, users can opt to pay for reduced speeds at $5 a month until the next billing cycle.

While Verizon has yet to confirm these features, the company did reach out to Droid-Life and teased that they are going to have some fireworks next week, so do check back with us then for the details.

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Microsoft brings Inking feature to Android apps, soon Outlook deliveries 

New-to-Office-365-in-June-1bLast January, Microsoft introduced the pretty useful inking feature to the Office mobile apps, which made it easier to annotate and put notes on your Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote apps. But it was then just limited to iOS and Windows desktops. Android smartphone and tablet users who were pretty envious will now be able …

The rise of the overbanked and the opportunity to serve them

bankheadache Meet Alvin, a Silicon Valley executive in his late-30s. Alvin has accounts with three banks, an online brokerage account and has borrowed from no less than nine lenders in the past five years. In today’s world, why wouldn’t he? Financially literate, technologically savvy and affluent, Alvin is a member of the overbanked. Read More

Twitter Starts Rolling Out ‘Night Mode’ On Android For Some Users

twitter_night_modeLast month it was reported that Twitter was testing out a night mode on its Android app, and the good news is that it looks like we could be getting closer to primetime because according to user reports, it has been discovered that Twitter has started to roll out the feature to some of its Android app users.

This seems to be enabled server side meaning that you won’t need to update your app. According to the users who have received the feature, basically this seems to consist of a toggle that lets users turn it on and off. It is pretty straightforward and as you can see in the screenshots, it basically makes the app look darker.

Like we said, the feature is rolling out to some users. There are other users who are using the beta who have not received the feature themselves, so like we said, it appears to be server side enabled. It is possible that Twitter is merely testing out the feature on a wider scale, so if you don’t see it yet, don’t worry.

No word on when it is expected to make its way to all Twitter users (on Android and iOS), but for those of you who spend your nights in bed reading Twitter on your phone before you sleep, this feature could have your eyes thanking you.

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‘Smart Glow’ Could Be Samsung’s Take On The Notification Light

samsung-smart-glow-image-720x342The notification light on phones can be handy for those who want to know at a glance that they have notifications waiting for them instead of having to turn their phone’s screen on. However this isn’t a feature that many OEMs have adopted, but it seems that this could be one that Samsung might be introducing to their new phones.

Initially discovered by SamMobile, it seems that this feature dubbed “Smart Glow” is expected to make its debut on the Galaxy J2. The earlier report claimed that this basically consists of a light ring around the camera on the back of the phone that will glow when notifications are available. However a subsequent report has revealed that there could be more to this than we thought.

According to the new report, the light can glow in several different colors, indicating battery status, charging alerts, and can even assist with taking selfies using the rear camera, like lighting up in blue when the user’s face is in focus. It can also be used to tell the weather, like when the user shakes their phone, the ring will glow a certain color depending on the weather.

It could even be used for fitness/health-related activities where it could potentially be used to indicate the user’s heart rate, although exactly how this will work is unclear. Either way it does sound like Samsung has some pretty grand plans for this feature, and we also have to wonder if it will make its way onto the Galaxy Note 7 as well.

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Google Security Researcher Slams Antivirus Software For Its Vulnerabilities

hacking-stockAntivirus programs are designed to protect the user from malware and all kinds of nasty software that they might not be familiar with. However it seems that sometimes these softwares could also be the source of the problem, which is why Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy has recently slammed several Norton and Symantec products in a post on Google’s Project Zero blog.

According to Ormandy, “These vulnerabilities are as bad as it gets. They don’t require any user interaction, they affect the default configuration, and the software runs at the highest privilege levels possible. In certain cases on Windows, vulnerable code is even loaded into the kernel, resulting in remote kernel memory corruption.”

However it should be pointed out that Symantec has since fixed the vulnerabilities pointed out by Google, but Ormandy’s post basically points out that this is something that should not have happened in the first place, especially for a company that supposedly sells users products meant to protect them.

He has also noted that while some of the updates are done automatically, in some cases it doesn’t where it might require an IT administrator’s permission first, which is something that he urges administrators to quickly do. In the meantime for those with some technical knowledge, Ormandy has listed down the various vulnerabilities that were discovered on the Project Zero blog.

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MoneyLion brings traditional banking ever closer to obsolescence

Businessmen pushing house and piggy bank in shopping carts in opposite directions The lingo of personal finance is rapidly changing. Mint has replaced our nagging parents and significant others who think our spending is out of control. Wealthfront and Betterment took away our personal wealth managers. Heck, we don’t even have to go to a bank anymore to get a loan with SoFi or Lending Club. Since 2013, CEO Diwakar Choubey and his team have been developing MoneyLion… Read More

T-Mobile brings Android security update to Galaxy S6, S6 edge

How-unlock-your-Samsung-Galaxy-S6-Edge-2-1Samsung has been notorious for being very slow when it comes to bringing firmware updates to its products. But lately, they seem to have been putting a bit more effort into bringing the updates faster than they have before. Still not fast enough for some, but at least a bit more updated than before. This …

HTC Vive announces $10 billion VR Venture Capital Alliance

Screen Shot 2016-06-29 at 5.11.19 PM VR technologies are going to be requiring a shit ton of capital as they look to make the crossover from R&D phases to mass market adoption. HTC is certainly looking to do its part to make sure that the headset technologies it is building have a broader ecosystem to fall into. Today, at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, HTC Vive announced a $10 billion initiative to put… Read More

Some Paint, A Drill, And A Saw Turns An iPhone 6s Into An iPhone 7

What do we know about the iPhone 7 so far? According to the rumors, it is expected to do away with the antenna bands running across the back of the device, although the ones around the top and bottom edges are to remain. It is also expected to come with a dual camera setup, at least for the iPhone 7 Plus, and it has also been rumored to come in a blue finish. The headphone port is also said to be removed to make way for a second set of speakers.

Now it is obviously not a guarantee that these rumors are all true. Perhaps some might be true, like the headphone port one, since we’ve seen other OEMs adopt a similar setup, but the rest is really anyone’s guess. However the folks at PeripateticPandas on YouTube have put together a video that “transforms” the iPhone 6s into an iPhone 7 using nothing but a drill, a saw, and some paint. For those wondering, this is the same group that gave us a “round Apple Watch” last year.

Basically what they did was they cut off the camera on an iPhone and pasted it onto another iPhone 6s. They then soldered some metal to fill the hole of the headphone port, sanded it down flat, and proceeded to drill “speaker holes” where the headphone port used to be. They also taped the phone down, gave it a blue coat of paint, and ta-dah! We have the new “iPhone 7”!

Now obviously it doesn’t “work” the same way the iPhone 7 would, but we guess we’d have to give them props for their ingenuity, even though the abuse to the iPhone was rather painful to watch.

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Fallout 4 Mods For PS4 Delayed Due To Issues

fallout-4-dlc-release-1For PC gamers, support for mods on Fallout 4 have been available for a while now. Last month, mods also finally made their way onto the Xbox One, and this month it was expected that mod support would also arrive for the PS4, but it seems that PS4 gamers will have to wait a little longer as the feature has been delayed.

In a post on Twitter, Bethesda announced that mod support for the PS4 has been delayed, although they did not explain why, only that they will update players when they can. “We regret to say that the PS4 Mods Beta for Fallout 4 has been delayed. We will update everyone when we can.”

However it is possible that this could be due to the issues that Bethesda had acknowledged. For those learning about this for the first time, basically some memory-related issues were discovered and according to Bethesda at that time, they were working with Sony to address them before releasing the feature to players.

This was about 2 weeks ago and we guess by the look of things that Bethesda and Sony have yet to fully address them. In any case we suppose it’s good that Bethesda is taking their time with it as we’d rather not have a buggy feature, and we’ll keep our eyes peeled for a new release date.

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Sony Reminds Gamers That PlayStation VR Pre-Orders Ends June 30

playstation_vrThe Sony PlayStation VR will be officially launching on the 13th of October and if you’re hoping to get your hands on the device in time, Sony has reminded users that the 30th of June is the last day that you can pre-order the headsets, otherwise you’ll have to wait until the device has officially gone on sale to purchase it.

According to Sony, “As promised, we’re opening our summer wave of PS VR pre-orders starting Thursday, June 30 at 7:00 AM Pacific on Supplies are limited, and this is your final chance to pre-order. If you miss out, we will have product available in retail stores nationwide at launch.”

Now as we have seen in the cases of the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, there is a surprisingly huge demand for VR headsets despite their price and despite the somewhat small library of games available. We had previously reported how pre-orders for the headset in Japan are apparently off to a great start.

Even Sony has predicted that there could be some supply constraints at launch. It is possible that this is why pre-orders are closing on the 30th of June so that Sony will have a better idea of how many orders they’ll need to fulfil before concentrating on retail units.

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Global counter-terrorism database World-Check leaks online

Leak At least one non-authorized person obtained sensitive information following the leak of global counter-terrorism database World-Check, owned by Thomson Reuters.
Chris Vickery, a security researcher at the software company MacKeeper, posted on Reddit that a copy of the World-Check database from mid-2014 had come into his possession.
“No hacking was involved in my acquisition of this… Read More

Fossil Q Founder finally receives Android Wear 1.5 update

Fossil Q FOUNDER Android Wear updateWe’ve been busy keeping track of Android Marshmallow updates that we forgot to check if the smartwatches in the market are still getting Android Wear upgrades. We didn’t miss the Android Wear 1.5 for the Moto 360 and Gear Live but we’re waiting for it to roll out on other wearable devices. Sure, there’s Android …

This Portable 200W “Laser Bazooka” is terrifying, unnecessary, and I want one

styro small Have you ever played with a laser pointer? Those usually cap out at around 0.005 watts. This guy built a “laser bazooka” that, at 200 watts, comes in at about forty thousand times stronger than that. While Youtuber styropyro built his bazooka out of materials torn from a bunch of broken DLP projectors and “a stack of lithium batteries”, this… isn’t something… Read More

WhatsApp for Windows Phone gains quoted message support, tweaked UI in new update

If you’re one of many Windows Phone users who are users of WhatsApp, we have some good news for you. A new update has just been pushed that introduces a new feature called quoted messages, which allows users to quote a message directly in a reply, similar to Twitters quoted-retweet works.

Skype Preview updated for Windows 10 Anniversary Preview with minor fixes

For those running Windows 10 on the Slow or Fast Ring, you will want to grab the just-updated Skype Preview app from the Store (listed under ‘Get Skype’).

Build is now available up from the previous from a few weeks ago and still noticeably behind the leaked universal builds that were also available for Mobile (11.6.72).

Unfortunately, we ran a side by side with the older and newer versions and noted nothing new of interest, although we suppose there could be some plumbing changes to make the app more reliable and compatible with the latest Insider release.

Download Skype from the Windows Store

For now, you can go to the Store and get the update. Let us know in comments if you spot anything different.

Google Maps For Android Now Supports Multiple Destinations

google_maps_multipleSay you’re supposed to be picking up multiple friends to go on a road trip with and you’re not 100% sure where they all stay. Prior to this, you’d have to enter each person’s house at every stop, but the good news is that in an update to Google Maps, it seems that Google has enabled multiple destinations within the app.

As you can see in the screenshots above, users will now be able to enter multiple destinations at once. The app will then take users to the places in that order, meaning that you could pick up one friend after the other and still be able to head to your destination. It is unclear as to what’s the maximum number of destinations you can pick, but right now it seems that it is limited to four.

That being said, it should be noted that this feature is only for Android right now. There does not appear to be an update to the app, meaning that the feature has probably been enabled server-side. However it is possible that users will still to have the latest app in order to see the changes, so if your Google Maps for Android is not version 9.2.1 yet, then you will need to head on over to the Google Play Store for the download.

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