Have you played 'Threes!'? It's a really fun and educational puzzle game that forces players to manipulate a series of numbered tiles around a game board. The game was launched on February 7 and is currently sitting comfortably at No. 4 in the paid app stores.
ByGary Jakacky:With the need for baby boomers to supplement Social Security payments in their retirement years, the popularity of dividend investing has never been greater. Articles about "Dividend Aristocrats" are popular reading on Yahoo, Motley Fool, and of course here on Seeking Alpha.I thought I would write briefly about cash dividends:
The RCMP estimates about 50 contraband tobacco manufacturers are operating on First Nations territories in Ontario and Quebec, according to a briefing document sent to the federal public safety minister earlier this year.
OTTAWA — The federal government is cracking down on the contraband tobacco trade with new legislation that would impose tough penalties for selling, distributing and transporting the substance.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq made the announcement Tuesday after the bill was tabled in the Senate.
Wanted: willing puzzle fans to help solve the internet’s most complicated and enduring mystery. Only those conversant in hexidecimal cryptology, medieval Welsh poetry and classical music theory – among many others – need apply.
After a 12 month hiatus, Cicada 3301 – a complex collection of anonymously-set puzzles, without apparent purpose, that have nevertheless held thousands of amateur web sleuths rapt – has made a reappearance.
It's called Dots, a simple puzzle game loosely modeled on the popular game Bejeweled, which has been around since the days of regular feature phones with color screens. But Dots builds on that concept with a super clean interface, reminiscent of another popular iPhone game called Letterpress. Dots is insanely addicting. You'll be hooked after one round. Take our word for it.