‘BBM+’ Gives Jailbreakers More Power Over Their BBM Experience

iOS users of the BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) application can now use their jailbreak to gain more power and control over their messaging application.

A new free jailbreak tweak called BBM+ by iOS developer Neo Ighodaro is available in Cydia that lets you take advantage of features that regular, non-jailbroken users could never have.

BBM+ adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where there are tons of options you can configure to get the BBM experience that you’re looking for:

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Apple Pay Support Comes to University of Oklahoma Campus Terminals

The incorporation of Apple Pay has been added to many different types of businesses, including sports arenas, retail stores, and fast food chains. The most recent place to incorporate Apple Pay is the University of Oklahoma. This is the first education institute in the U.S. to do so and the mobile payment system will be offered at terminals campus-wide.

According to the blog post, approximately 400 locations on campus will be getting Apple Pay including the Bookstore, restaurants, and the One University Store. Apple is a big partner of One University as it is an Apple Authorized Campus Store

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Torchlight 3 Isn’t Happening Because Dev Is ‘Burnt Out’


Torchlight developer Runic Games is making Hob instead of Torchlight 3 for a couple reasons. Most notably, the team is “burnt out,” and wanted to make something new. The other reason? Runic has no interest in trying to compete with Blizzard’s Diablo 3.

“We’re just burnt out,” Runic Games President Marsh Lefler told IGN when asked why the team made Hob instead of Torchlight 3. “Let’s admit it, Diablo 3 is killing it right now. Diablo 3 is a really fun game. Not that Torchlight 2 isn’t a fun game, it is, but it’s just different. For us to try to compete with Diablo 3? We weren’t trying to compete before.”

Lefler added that Diablo and Torchlight were different kinds of action RPGs, and that after a decade of making dungeon-crawlers, “we just needed a little break” to focus on “something we love” that’s even more different.

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