Burnout Paradise celebrates its 10th anniversary with 4K console remaster


When open-world games were becoming all the rage in the 2000s, Burnout Paradise stitched the concept beautifully into a city-wide racing title that featured a wide range of tracks, game modes, and vehicles, and delivered more fun per mile than competing arcade driving games at the time. 10 years on, it’s making a comeback in the form of a 4K 60fps remaster for PS 4 Pro and Xbox One X – along with 1080p revamps for older versions. The multiplayer action, original soundtrack, eight DLC packs, and all 150 vehicles are along for the ride. From the comparison images showing…

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On Apple emoji’s 10th anniversary, the intern who designed them tells all


When design leads to friendship, and that friendship leads back to design, magic happens. This is the story of how an intern and her mentor designed Apple’s original emoji set and together changed the way people communicate around the world. It was also a project that led them to become lifelong friends, a key ingredient in the success of these tiny icons. In a nutshell, I was the intern and Raymond is my lifelong friend and mentor. In the course of three months, together we created some of the most widely used emoji: face with tears of joy, pile of…

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Today at Apple program offers ‘sketch walks’ celebrating Urban Sketchers 10th anniversary

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To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Urban Sketchers, the Today at Apple program has launched a series of four sketch walks, hosted by Uma Kelkar, Rob Sketcherman, Don Low, and Omar Jamarillo in the San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Berlin Apple stores.
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Weekend poll: In light of Android’s 10th birthday, which version first got you started?

The original beta for Google’s Android operating system was released on November 5th, 2007, making today ten years since the first public release of the software. It’s tough to pin a specific date on Android’s origins—people usually reference either today or September 23rd, as that’s the date in 2008 was when 1.0-r1 was released—but November 5th is generally regarded as the Android’s birthday.

That means, as of today, Android is ten years old.

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Weekend poll: In light of Android’s 10th birthday, which version first got you started? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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