Unless you’re Missandei, learning how to write in Dothraki, High Valyrian and other Westeros languages will probably take you a while. But if you want to write in Hodor’s unique language, all you neeed is a few seconds and the Hodor Keyboard.
Do you have any photos on your Instagram feed that would look awesome on a pair of shoes? Well, if you do, Adidas is going to make it happen. Their upcoming #zxflux Photo Print App will allow you to take a photo and get the image printed onto their ZX Flux sneakers.
Android users waiting for an iOS app to come to their device should start sending flowers and chocolates to Columbia University. A group of PhD students from the school’s Software Systems Laboratory have created Cider, a prototype system that enables unmodified iOS apps to run on Android devices.
Google Glass’ voice recognition software is only as good as the user’s English accent. Even if it were perfect, there are still times when you can’t talk out loud. But how else are you going to input words on a device that small?
Choosing the right paint color for rooms in your pad isn’t always easy, because colors do look slightly different when they are actually on walls, and it’s especially hard to get an idea from a few little paint swatches.
Back in the day every time I went to the mall, I ended up standing in the game store playing the Neo Geo and scheming of ways to get the huge money that system cost. Sadly, I never got the cash scratched together before the console went out of production.
About a week ago, some leaked images that were said to be of the Samsung Galaxy K smartphone hit the web. Those images have now been proven correct with Samsung officially announcing the Galaxy K zoom.
It’s not a myth that everyone uses Google all of the time. If you’re constantly using Google, then you’ll like the fact that it might soon be possible to access the “OK, Google” voice assistant feature from anywhere on your Android phone.
Near Field Technology (NFC) in mobile devices is mostly used for effortless interactions with other gadgets, such as opening smart door locks, pairing with digital cameras, or issuing wireless payments. An upcoming accessory called Dimple shows us that NFC can also be used to improve a mobile device itself.
I’m all for retro gadgets, so I just love the Dot View Cover for the HTC One M8. It’s got a bunch of rows and columns of tiny dots through which notifications can be seen, in a retro 8-bit fashion – while also protecting the phone’s screen.
There are hundreds of thousands of mobile apps out there for everything from playing movies and games to shopping. But not every app is designed to make you spend money. There are many really great apps that can actually help you keep more money in your pocket.
It’s a fact that staring at screens of all kind will strain your vision. However, there’s a new app that’s available for iOS and Android, which is supposed to help improve it. Fact or fiction?
The Ultimeyes app was released for computers before it was launched for mobile devices.
I recently changed smartphones after I had lost mine whilst after dropping it from my motorcycle, consulting it for directions when I was stopped. A few cars drove over it, and I was surprised that it still worked with a completely shattered screen.
Last year we saw a robot cane for visually impaired people that warns its user of obstacles with an audible alert. The Virtual Aid for the Visually Impaired or VAVI by grade 10 student Roman Kozak is an even more convenient prototype for a high tech cane.
Nikon has unveiled a new digital camera called the Coolpix S810c that is its newest camera to use the Android operating system. Since the camera has Android on board, it is able to run apps and can upload video and images directly to social media.