Nintendo may be relatively new to the world of mobile gaming, but it looks as though the Japanese company could have internal plans that go far beyond just producing software titles for smartphones and tablets. In addition to continue to design and develop fun and engaging mobile games, it looks as though Nintendo is considering manufacturing physical controllers and other gaming-centric devices that could be used as connected hardware to compliment future software titles.
For some of us, rising with the sun is second nature and is often filled with energy and enthusiasm. For others, the sound of the alarm in the morning is an alert that we dread as it signifies the time to rise from our slumber. Regardless of the category that you as an individual fall into, it seems there is a very high chance that your early morning routine will involve some kind of native mobile app usage.
We've all been there. You reach to your pocket, expecting to find your smartphone, and are soon overcome by blind panic when, after consulting your remaining pockets, the notion that your device is lost begins to set in.
It's no secret that we've been gaming more and more on our mobile devices, but just how much? The folks at Geekaphone have put together a comprehensive infographic demonstrating to main areas of growth. So what are they? Read on.
These days we're lucky enough to live in an always-connected world, with devices all around us that have an always-on connection to the internet. And boy do we get our use out of them, according to a new report from Ericsson ConsumerLab which claims fully one-third of Americans use their favorite smartphone apps before getting out of bed in a morning.
Smartphones begin to be truly smart when they start to creep into our lives in ways other than for calling people or browsing apps. One example is a new system that allows the locking and unlocking of doors via a smartphone, whether that be an iPhone or an Android device.
According to a report by Reuters, Apple’s impressive Q2 2011 results, which were reveled only yesterday, has made the Cupertino-based company the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world in terms of revenue, crossing the long time sales leader Nokia.
Facebook, the largest social network on the planet is today launching a new, unified mobile website. The reason behind the change is one of innovation. Having to maintain two separate websites that are basically the same backend but with different interfaces isn't great for helping a company the size of Facebook stay agile.
Damn you, perfectionist proposers! You guys are making it harder and harder for us normal guys to propose to our potential future wife with your amazingly epic proposals!
A new tweak which goes by the name of “Covert” is now available on Cydia which brings private browsing to Mobile Safari browser on iPhone and iPod touch. When active, this feature will mask your browsing trail from anyone who might later use your phone to check out browser’s history, cookies and other data.