Another holiday shopping season is upon us but that doesn't mean you need to go broke buying the latest iPhone accessories. Not everyone is an audiophile and needs a $200 on a Bluetooth speaker to listen to music while in the shower. Whether you're looking for a way to blast the latest tunes, or listen to podcasts while you cook, there are a lot of decent speakers available for around $100 or less. Here are a few affordable options that will make you the hero of the holidays, and save you some extra money so you can buy something nice for yourself.
We typically don't review app updates but I wanted to address the difficulty of the new levels in Kingdom Rush Vengeance. I have played the Kingdom Rush games since the early days when the original was a free flash title. Kingdom Rush and its sequels have always been challenging, but possible to complete without the aid of purchased items. While there is nothing wrong with using items or purchasing additional heroes, it was possible to complete the first few games without having to do so. Vengeance, however, is so difficult it seems impossible to earn all 69 stars and complete the challenge modes without heavily stocking up on items, like Vez'nan's Wrath.
Nonstop Chuck Norris is one of the worst games I have played on my iPhone. And trust me, I have played a lot of bad mobile games, but at least you can play most bad games. You "play" Nonstop Chuck Norris by tapping three buttons while occasionally equipping and updating your equipment. The rest of the time the game plays itself. It even plays when you're not playing.
There's no shortage of Lightning to USB cables for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. While some of the new iPhones are equipped with wireless charging, a cable still comes in handy for charging and syncing to a computer. With so many Lightning-compatible cables on the market, how can one choose the best value cable for the money?
With the help of Dr. Eggman Robotnik, the evil Dremagen has trapped different characters from the SEGA universe in her negative dimension. You must build a team of SEGA heroes to defeat Dremagen and her evil clones. On paper SEGA Heroes should be a slam dunk, but it's just another run of the mill, free-to-play battle RPG. What makes it interesting is all the different SEGA characters you can battle and unlock.