Review: CableJive iBoltz XL 2m Lightning to USB Sync and Charge Cable


Compared to Apple’s cable, iBoltz XL is larger in a few dimensions. The cable gauge is larger, for example, which isn’t necessarily a problem, but is noticeable. The material coating the cable is also a little bit lower quality than Apple’s; instead of the nice matte finish, it’s glossy, and ours arrived with a few scuffs. We also found the plastic housings around the plugs to be bigger, an issue that’s particularly notable when it comes…

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Sony PlayStation App Arriving This November 13th

Sony PlayStation App Arriving This November 13thSony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) has just announced that when November 13 arrives later this year, it will roll out the all new PlayStation App. This particular application will target mobile devices, and folks living in the US will be able to enjoy it first, while our friends who reside across the pond will have to wait for slightly more than a week after that – November 22nd to be exact. Oh yeah, it is also nice to hear that the PlayStation App will not cost you a single cent.

Among the compatible devices with the PlayStation App are the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android-powered smartphones and tablets, where you can pick it up from the App Store and Google Play. I guess BlackBerry and Windows Phone owners will have to sit this one out! When installed, these devices will function as secondary displays in supported PlayStation 4 titles, while letting you access PSN features such as Friend Lists and Trophies in a jiffy. Hmmm, does this mean that it pays to have a higher resolution display on your mobile device in order to maximize the visual beauty of a PS4 title?

Apart from that, users of the new PlayStation App can exchange messages with members of their Friends List, in addition to browsing through news and information on the official PlayStation website. [Press Release]

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    Pokemon X And Pokemon Y Patch 1.1 Solves Lumiose City Save Bug

    Pokemon X And Pokemon Y Patch 1.1 Solves Lumiose City Save BugWhen you are having fun, a week can seem to pass by in the blink of an eye, but whenever you are suffering, even a day can feel like an eternity. I would not rank those Pokemon gamers who find themselves weeping over the fact that they have fallen victim to the Lumiose City save bug under the same category of “suffering”, but it would definitely be irritating to say the least. Nintendo did come up with a stop gap measure in the past, and here we are with official word that Nintendo has finally released a patch on the 3DS eShop which will update Pokemon X and Pokemon Y to version 1.1, all the while squashing the Lumiose City save bug, too.

    This is a blanket patch, so regardless of whether you were affected by the save bug in the past or no, it does not matter. Not only that, this particular patch would also fix a particular error that some folk had run into when using the GTS with filters. Well, if you happen to play either version of the game, it would be highly recommended to search for the update over on the 3DS eShop, as it is always better to be safe than sorry, right?

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