I have loved to play SimCity in all its iterations on the PC over the years. I like to craft the cities and see how much money I can make. I also both love and hate the natural disasters that can befall your city and crush all your hard work.
If I am playing a game on my iPhone, it’s probably Plague Inc. I love trying to infect the world with one sort of disease or another to win the game. A new game has landed for both iOS and Android gamers called Bio Inc.
If you have ever had the check engine light come on in your car, you know how uncomfortable that can be. In part of your brain, you think it’s nothing but a way for the dealer to make some money on service, and you keep driving.
Angry and worried that her children were not answering her calls and texts, Sharon Standifird decided to create an app that would let her lock her kids’ phones down. She learned how to develop for Android and eventually created Ignore No More.
Last month saw the release of the Flir One, a thermal camera for the iPhone 5/5S. While it’s significantly more affordable than its standalone counterparts, its limited compatibility hampers its cost-effectiveness. If you’re looking for a more versatile alternative, check out the Hema-Imager.
A few years ago we featured a hack that lets you keep the contents of your LCD monitor to yourself. The hack involves taking out one of the polarizers in the display and installing them into a pair of glasses.
With the rise of social networking and messaging services, oftentimes we end up acting the opposite of how we’d behave in the real world. On Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and elsewhere online we incessantly talk about the most insignificant things, we become outspoken and rude, but most of all we start to take our privacy for granted.
Did you boldly go where few have gone before and got your hands on an Android Wear smartwatch? Your device is so freakin’ new it’s barely useful. But you can make it even more futuristic by giving it a 24th century look, thanks to Daniele Bonaldo and his LCARS-themed Starwatch watch face.
The Android-based Ouya game console hasn’t exactly burned up the sales charts, but it has been reasonably popular with gamers. The company has a new reason that you might want to plunk down your hard-earned money to buy one.
At the 2014 Google I/O Conference, Google unveiled Cardboard, an inexpensive Android-based system for viewing and developing virtual reality and 3D content. As its name implies, it uses a cardboard base, along with other inexpensive items.
Intel has announced the availability of a silly new app for iOS and Android users called Pocket Avatars. The app takes advantage of the front camera on your smartphone to capture your facial expressions and voice and combine them with an animated avatar.
Look at this image. That is some weird Sonic action. It looks like Sonic ate a trash can and is trying to run off the extra calories. WTH? There is a simple explanation. The Android version of Sonic Dash arrived today and it was updated with a new unlockable character.
Word has been circulating for a while that Amazon was getting ready to roll out its very first smartphone for a while now. That smartphone has officially been unveiled and it is called the Fire. At the center of the Fire smartphone it its dynamic perspective capability that has a sensor to respond to the way you hold the phone.
Plenty of phones comes with bloatware, but most of the time, manufacturers tend to limit the scope of these and won’t include malware. Well, the Chinese seem to have taken it up a notch, and will deliver you a phone that comes standard with malware!