The more I notice some retro titles come to Nintendo Switch and also in the form of the ‘Classic’ console series, the more I get convinced I don’t think there’ll be a Virtual Console, only re-releases.
This is the epilogue of the first chapter of the iPhone as we know it this year.
Some were surprised as to why I wasn’t going to wait for the iPhone X.
It was essentially three reasons.
- I’ve never owned a ‘Plus’ model before, and I’ve slightly regretted not buying one last year when I started using the Portrait Mode for customers in the previous day job.
- Compared to the iPhone X; FaceID, slight improvements to the same camera as the 8 models and Animoji do not justify waiting and spending money on the model for me. I also imagine it won’t be easy to acquire one until January 2018 at the earliest.
- I use the iPhone almost all day, alongside it being connected to my Apple Watch, and now the AirPods, something which will have its own post soon. I needed a bigger battery without purchasing a battery case or having a socket nearby.
Since driving to Lincoln to collect it on Saturday, I’ve been using the iPhone 8 Plus around Manchester and to see how these first impressions would go.
With every podcast dissecting last week’s Apple Event, you now get a break by listening to how Greg uses his iPad Pro, alongside being swayed to buy and download Tomb Raider II for it as well.
We go through the apps he uses, alongside how the Smart Keyboard is still underused, especially with games.
- Greg’s Site.
- Greg on Twitter.
- Bring Your Own Device Site.
- BYOD Podcast Twitter.
- Greg’s Notes from this episode.
I’ve always said that the music of Superman is as iconic as its story, the suit, and Lois Lane.
That couldn’t be more true with the show that made me discover Superman, with 1993’s ‘Lois and Clark’.It’s 24 years today since the pilot episode aired, where a lot of music cues would continue until the series ended in 1997.
Tomb Raider and Sonic have a incredible amount of passionate fans out there.
After so long, nostalglia takes hold and a large amount remember the time when there first played their game in the series.
Eventually, fans follow their passion and end up working in an official capacity, such as Sonic Mania.
Or, in the case of this demo, they approve a fan-made remake.
An introductory episode will be going live soon, but I wanted to explain what it will be about, alongside some thoughts on podcasts in general. Alongside, how you can help with this.
Last week I was asked to be the first guest on a podcast which has been picking up steam since its launch at the end of April.
It’s an hour and a half of talking about the new iPad, iOS 11, Siri, and the iPhone VIII.
It was a good time. The link to it is below, while you can search for it on Overcast and Apple Podcast apps.
BYOD on Twitter and its hosts.
Nathan (Nati) Shochat
It’s well known that if you ask me who my Superman is, and the music that reminds me of the character most, it’s the 90’s series ‘Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman’.
I’ve been wanting to find the soundtrack for years. The one released twenty years ago on disk had tracks that you couldn’t pinpoint, it wouldn’t remind you of a certain episode, only the theme song.
But tonight I came across the composer Jay Gruska’s site, and he has uploaded new, clean tracks from the series!
‘First Flight‘, ‘Main Theme Teaser‘ and ‘What’s Brewing‘ are my highlights, as they are all from pivotal points from the Pilot episode. Still incredible to hear twenty years on.
I hope more tracks get released soon. They’re far too good to be kept away.