A punny midweek puzzle by Julian Lim.
The Easter egg Google included in Android 6.0 Marshmallow is very similar to Lollipop's Flappy Bird-style game, only now you can play with multiple Android mascots!
When Google announced its enormous corporate restructuring in June, it slipped in a subtle reference to the satirical comedy "Silicon Valley" by linking to the website of a fictional company in the show called Hooli. The creators of the show were completely blown away. Show More Summary
NBC's newest mystery drama is full of games and puzzles. Fans are constantly trying to figure out not only Jane's identity, but what each of her tattoos mean and just how everything and everyone is connected to her. However, it appears that Blindspot creators have been hiding another puzzle right underneath our noses and fans are determined to solve every piece of it.
An Easter egg is coming. (Warning: spoilers!) Season 2 of "The Leftovers" is starting out crazy. Justin Theroux, aka Kevin Garvey, and his TV family move into a weird new town where people supposedly haven't disappeared (supposedly),...Show More Summary
The CW continued its preparation for the premiere of "The Flash" season 2 with a new trailer and poster featuring Barry as well as a few Easter eggs.
Google loves placing Easter eggs in its products. On Android devices, this has been a tradition since the Gingerbread days, wherein a zombie showed up on the screen after repeatedly tapping a menu's setting. That's still the case now,...Show More Summary
If you open up your Android phone’s settings, click on About and then click on the listed software version a bunch of times, an Easter egg will pop up that gives you a picture or animation that’s unique for each version of Android. So...Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Destiny fans were excited to have discovered a secret room in The Taken King’s raid, King’s Fall, which seemed like a new mystery to solve. The small room was unlocked with a specific light-based code, and once inside, allowed players to dunk a relic into a statue with [...]
Google behind-the-scenes series Nat and Lo takes a look at the history of easter eggs in Android releases. Previously they explored the tradition of Android releases being named after sugary foods.
Many of you might be familiar with the term “easter eggs,” in our case they’re not the cute little eggs you try to find once every year, instead these are treats that software developers hide in their products. Google has a long history...Show More Summary
Nat and Lo, two Googlers whose 20% project is to go around Google and detail cool projects, released their latest video to YouTube this week, detailing the history of the Android Easter Egg project. As you likely already know, if you...Show More Summary
To get a better look at the history of the Android Easter egg, Google's Nat and Lo have created a short video that walks us through every step of the way.
Multiplayer options and refreshed Marshmallow graphics With the arrival of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow system images for Nexus devices, we've got our first look at the new Easter Egg game for the latest version of the OS. Marshmallow...Show More Summary
Go behind the scenes of Google and meet the person who develops Android’s hidden gems.
Posted by, Natalie Hammel, ½ of Nat & Lo’s 20% Project A bit more than five years ago, I got my first smartphone. It was the Nexus One. And I didn’t know it at the time, but it was hiding a zombie gingerbread painting inside it. TheShow More Summary
CS travels to Mexico City to chat with Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista and Christoph Waltz The post CS Video: The SPECTRE Cast Offers Insight, Easter Eggs and More! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
How would you react if you found yourself stranded on an uninhabitable planet, without another living soul? Would you panic? Would you know what to do? Fictional astronaut Mark Watney does. See also: 4 Easter eggs in 'The Martian' inspired...Show More Summary
The Martian, which opens wide this Friday, is a movie made for space nerds. Not only does the film take place in a future where humans have landed on Mars, but it's also a future in which NASA has enough funding to continue sending people...Show More Summary
A CarAdvice reader has spied the 2016 Pagani Huayra R testing in Italy ahead of the car’s likely announcement at next year’s Geneva motor show. Although limited to just 100 units, the Pagani Huayra coupe is likely to follow the Zonda’s lead, where ‘R’ and Roadster versions were introduced closer to the end of its lifecycle. The […]