The recently popular game Trivia Crack is making its way to other countries. The game now has its own UK version, bringing in questions specifically for this version of Trivia Crack. The game tests your knowledge on a variety of different topics, ranging from Entertainment to History and more. Users are able to play against their friends through Facebook or play with random opponents.
While the game is now making its way to the UK, the game has surpassed downloads for Candy Crush Saga and even Facebook.
Users are also able to send in their own questions so that the game doesn’t stay stagnant in the variety of questions in each category. 2,000 new questions are [...]
Last week saw the launch of Apple’s new larger series of iPhone’s introducing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, however is Apple still truly an innovator or are they now playing catch up with Google?
Phablets, good God, are these really becoming a thing? That was my initial reaction to the awkwardly-oversized yet too-small-to-be-a-tablet smartphone, which, according to PC Magazine, have actually existed since 1993.
HTC has kept us on the edge of our seats as we wait for their big announcement next month. We’ve had a few leaks, but so far everything has seemed to be kept well under-wraps, until now.
On June 5, 2013 Square Enix Ltd announced a new installment for the Deus Ex series named Deus Ex: The Fall.
Starting today customers of Sprint will be able to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for a cool $599.99. However if you choose a 2 year contract with Sprint you’ll get the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for a cool $249.99 And if you switch your number over to Sprint, they’ll knock an extra $100 off the price of the phone.
If the Samsung Galaxy S 4 is anything like the Samsung Galaxy S 3. I can confidently say it’s going to be a superb smartphone and will most likely cause Apple to start thinking about re-inventing the wheel. Seriously check out these tech spec’s and video below . Tech Specs:2600 mAh Lithium ion Battery 15 hrs talk time 5” HD Super AMOLED Plis [...]
Today on April 4, 2013 AT&T, HTC and Facebook have collaborated to develop the worlds first phone designed specifically for Facebook. This brand new phone features an application called Facebook Home, which makes it easier for you to keep track of your friends. Facebook Home was designed to keep you up to date with anything your friends are currently doing; think of it as a person tracker or an RSS feed. HTC First is the only smartphone that comes with Instagram pre-loaded, so you can begin sharing photos instantly with your friends.
One of the companies we had the pleasure of meeting at this year’s SXSW was Green Throttle. Created by the co-founder of Guitar Hero, Green Throttle is determined to turn the average smartphone into powerful gaming consoles.
Based in Santa Clara, Green Throttle gaming brings to the table similar offerings as OUYA, both of which tackle the expensive console market with their own cheaper, and arguably more-accessible alternatives.
The idea is simple. You can take your games from your smartphone or tablet to your tv, paired with some Bluetooth Atlas Controllers.
They’ve partnered up with some Third-party developers, we’ve been told, though we [...]
This week the mobile powers that be have converged in Barcelona to show off the latest and greatest in mobile technology, and one specific smartphone is on everyone’s mind: The Samsung Galaxy S4.
Today on February 19, 2013, HTC announced simultaneously in London and New York City a brand new flagship smartphone named HTC One. The HTC One is crafted with a distinct zero-gap aluminum uni-body: a phone body that will prevent dust or other debris inside, and a plethora of new features to go along with it.
The HTC One has three key features: HTC BlinkFeed ™, HTC Zoe ™, and HTC BoomSound ™. Of the three, HTC BlinkFeed ™ located on the smart phones home screen acts as your personal live stream of information that is relevant to you. HTC BlinkFeed ™ receives information from over 1,400 sources globally, so you’ll always be up to date with current events. There is no [...]