If you havenâ€™t heard of a Raspberry Pi before, itâ€™s a dirt-cheap ($35!) micro-controller thatâ€™s custom-designed to be something of a hackerâ€™s playground.
Blizzardâ€™s new MOBA, Heroes of the Storm, officially launched this week and many new players are trying it out.Like most free-to-play games, Heroes of the Storm has a shop that sells characters and cosmetic items for gold, its in-game currency, as well as for cash.While Heroes, to its credit, prices every item in its shop in actual money rather than requiring the purchase of some intermediate currency, there are still a number of bundle options and price tiers that can be very confusing.I am going to help explain how the Heroes shop works, and where to find the best values when spending your gold and real money in the game.
iOS and Android developers will be able to port their apps and games directly to Windows universal apps, and Microsoft is enabling this with two new software development kits. On the Android side, Microsoft is enabling developers to use Java and C++ code on Windows 10, and for iOS developers theyâ€™ll be able to take advantage of their existing Objective C code.