Tag Archive: World


Mobile World Congress Americas to launch in the U.S. in September 2017

The GSMA group, which runs the annual Mobile World Congress trade show, is teaming up with CTIA to launch Mobile World Congress Americas. It will be held September 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco and will replace the CTIA Super Mobility show beginning that year. The 2016 show will still be held on September 7-9 in Las Vegas.

The joint press release states:

Mobile World Congress Americas will include a conference program featuring C-level speakers and leading  [Read More…]

WallaMe: Hide photos in the real world (Review)

Overview Have you ever wanted to write on a wall, but a) didn’t want to get arrested for vandalism or b) only wanted your friends to be able to see it? If so, WallaMe is the app for you. If not, you and I are on the same boat. Developer: Wallame Ltd Cost: Free Impressions

Google can now notify you of things that can be helpful to you in the real world with Nearby

Google has been incredible at providing us relevant information when we search for it on the web, or when we create settings for notifications with Google Now. Google is taking it one step further with Nearby. Google will use its tracking tools, which you are free to opt out of, to help notify you when

Lenovo Tech World and Moto Z liveblog — live at 10 a.m. PT June 9!

Join us to see the latest in Lenovo and Motorola hardware.

This is the first time we’ll be extensively covering Lenovo Tech World, but for good reason — now that Motorola is completely integrated into the company, this is shaping up to be a big product launch. We expect to see the blockbuster unveiling of the new Moto X (or Moto Z, we guess) and all of its yet-to-be-known stellar features, and we’re expecting some other  [Read More…]

Hungry Shark World: Tips, tricks, and cheats

Our list of tips to help you become the alpha shark!

Hungry Shark World is taking the hungry shark world by storm, sitting in the top 3 games in the Google Play Store. It burst onto the scene to millions of installs and continues to chomp its way onto phones, leaving only sore thumbs (and the occasional frustrated outburst) in its wake.

If you’re trying to make your way up the food chain, then sharpen your  [Read More…]

Google’s Science Journal app helps kids explore the world around them

In an effort to help kids explore the world around them in a scientific way, Google has launched a new app called Science Journal. With the app in hand, kids (and adults) will be able to easily record data, take notes and observe changes for projects they may be working on.

From Google:

To bring out that inner scientist in all of us, today we’re introducing Science Journal: a digital science notebook that helps  [Read More…]

Hungry Shark World goes viral [Hot Game!]

Become the apex predator in Ubisoft’s latest trending game for Android — Hungry Shark World.

Hungry Shark World dropped into Android and iOS app stores on May 7, amassing over 10 million downloads in less than a week. Developed by Ubisoft Entertainment, it has quickly risen to the top of the free app charts — and for good reason!

The game is incredibly fun to dive into. You play a free-roaming shark with an insatiable  [Read More…]

AKG N60NC noise-canceling headphones review: Flip a switch and shut out the world

AKG keeps these headphones compact, while also bringing all of the features you want at a solid price.

If you travel, work in a busy office or just have trouble concentrating on tasks at home, chances are you’ve looked into noise-canceling headphones. The basic technology behind noise cancellation is pretty much commoditized at this point, but companies add their own flavor to it, with varying levels of effectiveness. Beyond that, these of course work as standard  [Read More…]

The weird, wonderful, and very early world of gaming on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

There are a lot of folks out there wanting VR to start out as mature as console and PC gaming.

The number one complaint you’ll see about gaming on Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive right now is a lack of popular — commonly referred to as AAA — games. As gamers, we’re used to a major hardware launch including a list of games that were made in coordination with the manufacturer. Games that, at least  [Read More…]

Let your music power the world with Groove Planet (review)

  As an iOS app developer, I can’t imagine my life without music. I open Spotify before Xcode and Google Chrome to make sure I don’t go crazy. Music is an integral part of our lives, and several games have tried to capitalize on that importance. The most obvious examples are Activision’s Guitar Hero and