All the best games on sale for iPhone and iPad right now – March 30th

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It’s the end of the week, so it’s time to round up the best games that are currently on sale on the App Store. And it’s a pretty good week, with some amazing games going cheap. So many that cutting down the list was a pretty tough job. I think I’ve managed to just leave the very best.

That said, if you think we’ve missed anything then you should add a comment, after all, there are a lot of games on sale. And make sure you check back next week when we’re going to do the same thing all over again. For fun.

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Amazon’s Music Storage service will remove your MP3 files on April 30th

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We’ve known since last year that Amazon Music was planning to shut down its dedicated cloud music locker. Now, we have a date for when that process will begin. In an email to Amazon Music users, the company says uploaded songs will be removed from a user’s library on April 30th, 2018. You can however keep any music in the cloud by proactively going to your Music Settings and clicking the “Keep my songs” button.

Back in December, Amazon stopped letting users upload new tracks to Music Storage, which holds up to 250 songs for free. The company said at the time that by January 2019, users wouldn’t be able to download or stream tracks they’ve uploaded to Music Storage, so it sounds like you’ll still have many months between April and next…

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30th DVCon U.S. Kicks Off Next Week

The 2018 Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition U.S. (DVCon U.S.) begins next week, offering attendees the industry’s most comprehensive technical program focused on the design and verification of electronics systems.

Sponsored by Accellera Systems Initiative, the 30th DVCon U.S. will be held February 26 – March 1 at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, California.

Attendees can choose from a broad selection of 39 papers, 8 tutorials, 4 short workshops and approximately 31 poster sessions over the course of the 4-day technical conference and exhibition.

The conference opens with Accellera Day on Monday, February 26. There will be a morning tutorial, “Portable Test and Stimulus: The Next Level of Verification Productivity is Here,” followed by an Accellera-sponsored luncheon that will provide Accellera updates, honor the 2018 Technical Excellence Award recipient, and have a panel of Accellera Working Group Chairs providing updates on their working group activities and answering questions from the audience. The afternoon tutorial, “IEEE-Compatible UVM Reference Implementation and Verification Components,” will address the new reference implementation and describe the new features and changes relative to UVM 1.2 and what they mean in real applications.

The keynote, “Industry’s Next Challenge: The Petacycle Challenge,” will be delivered by Christopher Tice, vice president of Verification Continuum Solutions in the Verification Group at Synopsys on Tuesday, February 27. He will address how new growth segments in the industry, such as Automotive, IoT, Networking, and 5G Mobile among others, are fundamentally changing the requirements for verification.

There will also be two panel discussions on Wednesday, March 2: “Help! System Coverage is a Big Data Problem!” will have a panel of industry experts discuss some of the issues surrounding system coverage and some possible solutions; and “The Right Tool (or Tools) for the Toughest Verification Tasks” is comprised of users who will discuss how decisions are made about which tools are implemented in a design verification flow.

New to DVCon U.S. this year are four 90-minute short workshops on Thursday, March 1. The workshops were developed to give smaller companies more opportunities to participate in the program. There will also be six half-day tutorials on Thursday, including afternoon tutorials focused primarily on issues surrounding automotive safety and compliance.

For the complete DVCon U.S. 2018 schedule, click here.

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MapleStory M is available on the Play Store as an English language open beta until January 30th

MapleStory M is Nexon’s latest attempt to bring the MapleStory MMORPG to Android. They had tried previously in 2015 with the release of Pocket MapleStory, but fans of the PC version were none too happy with the changes made to the game and its god-awful controls. It has since been removed, but that doesn’t mean Nexon has given up on bringing the franchise to mobile. In October of 2016 MapleStory M was released in Korea, but there was no word about an English release.

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Fitbit extends support for Pebble watches until June 30th

If you're still holding on to your Pebble smartwatch for dear life, we have good news: you won't have to let go for a while longer. Fitbit has extended its support for Pebble services from the original end-of-2017 cutoff to June 30th, 2018. You now…
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Netflix’s ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ returns March 30th

Fans of Netflix's take on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, rejoice: The show's second season will be available on March 30th. The streaming service dropped a trailer teasing the next batch of episodes fronted by Neil Patrick Harris' m…
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One-Touch Platformer ‘Hoppenhelm’ Coming November 30th

I love platforming games, and I love one-handed mobile games, so it stands to reason that I’d REALLY love a one-handed platforming game. And… I do! A bunch of them, in fact, like Super Mario Run [Free] and Leap Day [Free]. Well, get ready to add another onto the pile as developer Tobias Örnberg has announced the release date for his upcoming one-handed platformer titled Hoppenhelm.

In Hoppenhelm you’ll play as the titular Sir Hoppenhelm as he tries to traverse across randomly generated levels filled with increasingly more deadly hazards. As you can see, although a one-handed and one-touch focused game, Sir Hoppenhelm actually has a couple other actions beyond just jumping, namely defending and attacking. If you enjoy these types of games like I do then look forward to Hoppenhelm when it launches late next month on November 30th, and until then you can talk about this one in our forums.

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Solar car race kicks off 30th anniversary with a fresh challenge

It's a special moment in the history of clean energy: the 30th anniversary World Solar Challenge has begun. A total of 42 solar-powered cars (the largest field to date) left Darwin, Australia on October 8th to travel roughly 1,880 miles to Adelaide….
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