Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you've probably heard about Bitcoin's skyrocketing price. The almost daily headlines have focused a lot of attention on the cryptocurrency markets and altcoins (alternative cryptocurrencies), and the masses are now rushing to find the next Bitcoin. While there may or may not be another Bitcoin, there is still plenty of potential in investing in cryptocurrency, as seen in Ripple's (XRP) 1000% jump over the past couple weeks.
The App Store is suffering from a bit of a holiday hangover, meaning that quality new releases are at a minimum this week. However, there were a lot of news worthy releases right before the annual holiday shutdown of iTunes Connect in December. Most of the games were ports of quality PC and console titles, like Fez and Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, with the biggest probably being Sid Meier's Civilization VI.
Investing in cryptocurrency is becoming increasingly popular. While Bitcoin has been somewhat of a household name for the last couple of years, alternative cryptocurrency (or 'altcoins') are becoming increasingly popular as they offer those who missed out on Bitcoin's big leaps a chance at the next big thing.
For the non-tech savvy, investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin can be accomplished in a matter of minutes. Most other currencies, like the wildly popular (and 2017's highest-growth coin) Ripple (XRP), take a bit more effort.
Pathfinder Duels is another officially licensed mobile title based on the popular physical RPG, Pathfinder, from Paizo Publishing. Pathfinder Adventures is the actual digital adaptation of Pazio's Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, while Pathfinder Duels is a collectible card game "inspired" by the Pathfinder Universe.
According to news from the supply chain, reports of the iPhone SE's demise are greatly exaggerated. In fact, Taiwanese market research firm TrendForce predicts an updated iPhone SE will indeed launch this year to target the mid-range smartphone market. A spring 2018 refresh of the iPhone SE was previously rumored in November.