Nintendo's amiibo are collectible figurines featuring all of your favorite video game characters from Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U. Ever the king of scarcity, Nintendo experienced supply issues, which led to rushes and shortages of certain figures. Some will set you back a pretty penny if you want to add them to your collection. Here are the most expensive amiibo statues out there. If you're interested, don't forget to check out the rarest and most expensive Animal Crossing amiibo cards. Teddy bear Mega Yarn Yoshi Staff Pick This large plush amiibo was a Toys "R" Us exclusive. It was hard enough to find when it came out, but now that the toy company has gone under, it's even harder to obtain. Fortunately, there
Whether you want to revive your long-lost musical talent or pursue a long-held dream of learning the piano, this lifetime subscription to Skoove Premium Piano Lessons will teach you to tickle the ivories. The highly rated app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch uses an engaging blend of interactive lessons, songs and artificial intelligence to help you learn […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple’s Spring Loaded event is set for tomorrow, April 20, and we’re expecting to see new iPad Pro models and more. While Apple often introduces new hardware at the same price points as the outgoing devices, we’ve just seen a report that claims the 2021 iPad Pro models could land with price bumps. How much more would you be willing to pay for the 2021 iPad Pro? more… The post How much more would you be willing to pay for the 2021 iPad Pro? [Poll] appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Top legal officials from Spotify, Match, and Tile will speak at an upcoming Senate antitrust hearing examining the Apple and Google app stores.Credit: James Yarema/UnsplashThe U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Competition Policy, Antitrust, and Consumer Rights plans to call Horacio Gutierrez, Kirsten Daru, and Jared Sine, top legal officials from Spotify, Tile, and Match Group, respectively. The hearing is slated for Wednesday, April 21. Read more...
iVANKY, a brand that has become well known for its audio and video accessories over the past several years, recently updated its MacBook Docking Station with USB-C, enhanced 4K connectivity, and more. The 12-in-2 USB hub comes in at a far lower price than most at $109 (Reg $150) after our exclusive deal. The dual USB-C dock provide a wealth of I/O possibilities including several legacy USB-A jacks, and more. Hit the jump for all of the details and a closer look. more… The post iVANKY 12-in-2 MacBook Docking Station brings dual 4K HDMI, 18W PD USB-C at $109 (Reg. $150) appeared first on 9to5Mac.
This week, Cult of Mac is giving away three classy Apple Watch bands from Monowear. You have a chance to win the brand-new burnt orange Perforated Leather Band in your choice of two sizes. Monowear’s Perforated Leather Band is made with the highest-quality leather. Finished with classy, motor-sport-inspired perforations, it will keep your wrist cool. And […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Major browsers have rejected Google's new proposal for creating targeted ads, saying that they fear the system could put users' privacy at risk.In early April, Google announced it would move forward with a plan to abandon third-party cookies to utilize a new method, called FLoC, to collect user data in aggregate to assist in targeting ads. Google also began secretly opting in an unknown amount of users to the beta test without ever asking for their consent.Other browsers have begun speaking out against Google's FLoC. Many have now gone on record stating that they would not implement the feature. Read more...
On Tuesday, Apple plans to kick off the spring season with some big announcements during its “Spring Loaded” event. We’re mostly expecting a ho-hum affair, but one rumor that gained traction recently caught our attention: Apple may be preparing to launch a new iMac, not just one with Apple silicon, but a model that’s completely redesigned for the first time in nearly two decades. If Apple delivers—and that’s still a bit of a sizable if—the iMac will not only be the most important announcement at Tuesday’s event, but it will also be Apple’s most important product in years. Beyond M1 You might say that Apple’s M1 Macs released last year were the most important Macs in many years, and there is no denying that—the successful launch
Curious about what classic NES and SNES titles are available with the Nintendo Switch Online services? We've listed out every single one right here! A subscription to Nintendo Switch Online for $20 per year comes with a library full of classic games that were initially available on the Nintendo Entertainment System (or NES) and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (or SNES) that launched in 1985 and 1990, respectively. If you are subscribed to Nintendo Switch Online, you can play any of these games for free at any time. Nintendo regularly releases new titles for NES and SNES Nintendo Switch Online, and we're keeping track. Be sure to check back with us to see what's new and what's coming soon. If you're looking
The next iPad Pro reportedly will come with a swanky new mini-LED display, making it the first Apple tablet without an LCD screen. The new technology should bring a welcome boost to the iPad’s display quality — and reportedly will show up in MacBook Pros and other Apple gear in the near future. But what […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)