One of iOS 7's signature features is "depth" and by that Apple means transparent layers with gaussian blur filters beneath them. While that might look fancy it can also be distracting for some people and, for those with visual impairment, it can be downright confusing and hard to use. Show More Summary
Rumor has it that Internet search giant Google is finally ready to square up against Apple in the competitive retail market. According to published reports Thursday, Google will soon open its first retail store. And it will do so right in the heart of Apple country. Crain’s New York Business reveals that Google is preparing […]
Sick of that scrum that always forms around the luggage carousel at the airport? Just stand back and wait for your luggage to come to you with CalypsoCrystal's new CalypsoTag. CalypsoTag, is a $99 designer luggage tag embedded with a Bluetooth Low Energy chip. Show More Summary
To win a seat on mankind's first trip to Mars, a handful of steam engineers compete in a contest of market savvy. But first someone needs to fish the wrenches out of this tabletop adaptation's gears. The post Mars Needs Mechanics Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Today Only: Buy the BodyGuardz Privacy ScreenGuardz for iPhone 5, 5S, 5C and save 35% These Privacy ScreenGuardz are custom designed to protect your iPhone's display from wandering eyes and scratches. They offer 4-way security (up, down, left and right) but are crystal clear viewing straight on. Show More Summary
It's Rockstar Games Weekend on Valve's Steam gaming service, and that means big savings on some older, popular games for Mac and Windows - savings of up to 82 percent! Rockstar's Steam games for Mac include Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vice City and Max Payne 3. Show More Summary
PHL Collective has just announced the upcoming arrival of its new game, Knight Strike. Knight Strike is a single-player “old school arcade experience with RPG elements.” It’s a dual-stick controlled battle adventure that has leadership bragging rights as the ultimate goal. Show More Summary
Welcome to Friday, everyone! That means the end of the work week for many, the start for others, and hump day for a select few. But more important — it marks the return of the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! And this week should be a good one. Show More Summary
This year at SXSW, QR codes are everywhere. And while they’re nothing new in the digital realm, their growing adoption among consumers and companies is notable nonetheless. Last night in Austin at the mega convention, Mahala introduced its new digital commerce platform, which allows consumers and fans to purchase digital content or merchandise directly from […]
The Austin Community Foundation has set up the SXSW Cares Fund for the families and victims of the accident that occurred during SXSW on March 12th on Red River street in Austin, Texas. The Fund plans to accept donations to support those impacted by this week’s tragedy. SXSW has always been about bringing together a […]
At 8.30pm on Saturday 29th March, the lights will go out around the world. Earth Hour started six years ago and has morphed into the...
Samsung announced some innovative accessories for its Galaxy Core Advance that can help the visually impaired. An ultrasonic case can detect objects two meters away while NFC tags associate with recorded notes and an stand helps read text aloud automatically.
Made of a durable plastic, this hard case from Mobi Products is designed specifically for the HTC One and has cut outs for all of the device's features while leaving the screen exposed for full functionality. The soft coating the case...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission officially sanctioned AT&T’s acquisition of Leap Wireless. Last summer, AT&T confirmed plans to acquire prepaid-wireless company Leap Wireless International. AT&T said it will absorb the company behind the Cricket brand for approximately $1.19 billion in cash. Show More Summary
Twelve South has had a busy few weeks when it comes to updated iDevice accessories; check out its new SurfacePad for iPad mini and Compass 2. Now it’s decided to give the Mac some love with Rutledge BookBook for MacBook ($100). The South...Show More Summary
A new image leaking out today shows what appears to be an Amazon branded game controller. The image obtained by Zatznotfunny shows a pretty regular looking game controller with the addition of Android styled back, home and menu buttons as well as those for media control.
Nothing can stop this square, but slight gameplay slows it down. The post Unstoppable Square Review appeared first on 148Apps.
The smart home market is nascent and evolving quickly with many variables, making it confusing and complex for consumers. Here are some important things to know before investing in your smart home.
In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories in mobile marketing and advertising we’ve been following this week. SXSW: Winners of the 2014 Interactive Awards Announced Saluting some of the world’s top web developers and designers “who are building tomorrow’s interactive trends,” winners of the 2014 Interactive Awards have been officially […]
Amazon is upping the annual membership price for Prime in a move that comes just as rumors circulate that the online retail behemoth will soon challenge Apple in the set-top TV box market. Prime, the increasingly ubiquitous service for streaming video, borrowing books, and getting free shipping on all orders, will now cost $99 annually. […]