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20. Juni 2018

Feral Announces ‚Tropico‘ Coming to iPad Later This Year ‚With No In-App Purchases‘

Feral Interactive today announced the release of Tropico for iPad, scheduled for a debut sometime „later this year.“ Originally published by Kalypso Media from Tropico 3 onwards, Feral noted that this will mark the first time Tropico has been ported to iPad.

Tropico is a city building game set on an island in the Caribbean, where the player takes on the role of the island’s dictator El Presidente as they build up the island’s infrastructure and manage its economy. This includes city building, issuing „edicts“ to the populace, creating monuments, and more.

“With its delightful mix of strategy and tongue-in-cheek humour, the [...]

 
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13. April 2018

Mastercard, Discover and Amex Ending Signature Requirement for Purchases Tomorrow, Visa to Follow Later This Month

Starting tomorrow, the major credit card companies in the United States are officially eliminating the signature requirement for purchases, marking an end to a long running but increasingly unnecessary policy.

American Express, Visa, Discover, and Mastercard first announced plans to end credit card signatures late last year, but have now confirmed to The Verge that the policy change will go into effect starting on April 13. American Express, Mastercard, and Discover all plan to stop requiring signatures tomorrow, while Visa plans to follow later in the month.

Credit and debit card companies have long required signatures for purchases as an added security measure, [...]

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13. Februar 2018

Facebook and Apple Work Out Deal for Subscription News Purchases in iOS App

Facebook in October introduced a new feature designed to let publishers sell subscriptions to their news sites directly on Facebook, but the social network could not work out a deal with Apple, preventing the news subscription options from being available on Facebook for iOS.

At issue was Apple’s demand for its standard 30 percent cut of any subscription revenue brought in through the Facebook iOS app, while Facebook wanted all money to go to publishers.

At today’s Code Media event, Facebook executive Campbell Brown said the dispute with Apple had been resolved, which means the subscription service tool will launch on iOS devices on March 1.

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4. Januar 2018

App Store Sees Record-Breaking $300 Million in Purchases on New Year’s Day

The App Store had a record-breaking holiday season according to a new press release issued by Apple this afternoon. During the week starting on Christmas Eve, a record number of customers made App Store purchases, spending more than $890 million in that seven-day period.

On New Year’s Day 2018 alone, customers made $300 million in purchases. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller said the company is „thrilled“ with the reaction to the revamped App Store that was introduced as part of iOS 11.

„We are thrilled with the reaction to the new App Store and to see so many customers discovering and enjoying new apps and games,“ [...]

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