ZooZoom Crew: Snow Adventure is a ski-themed downhill racing game featuring a cast of cute zoo animals. Players zoom down the slopes by tilting their device left or right, picking up coins along the way. This fun-filled adventure game was created by a set of 12-year-old twin girls, along with their “skiing passionate” family. Game developer Igor Pusenjak of Doodle Jump fame sat in on the creation of ZoomZoo Crew as an advisor.
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A few years ago, Bandwidth launched a comprehensive app that shows off George Harrison’s collection of historic guitars, including his Rickenbacker, Gretsch, and Telecaster. In addition to the detailed, 360-degree images, fans can hear George playing, watch videos of other celebrities playing his guitars, and listen to interviews with legendary musicians.
It happens to all of us. We are traveling across country, or visiting family in a very small town in the mid-west, or are at a coffee shop that (gasp) doesn’t offer free Wi-Fi. Whether you are trying to find out who starred in Xanadu, want to know where the closest sushi restaurant is, or really need to send an email to your boss, Iridium has you covered with the first portable satellite hotspot to connect to any smartphone or tablet. You’ll never be without Internet access again.
Over the past few days, President Barack Obama has been making the rounds to promote his initiative to get students connected with proper high-speed wireless Internet and hardware to support it. Yesterday, the President announced that Apple, among other tech companies would be donating to the ConnectED program.
Today, Reuters reported that Obama, while visiting a middle school in Adelphi, Maryland, showed off his capabilities with one of the iPad tablets on hand. He launched the native camera and began filming his surroundings. Read More »
Captain America will be back on the Big Screen on April 4 in the super hero sequel “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. Around the same time, Gameloft, in collaboration with Marvel Entertainment, will launch the next epic super hero game.
Captain America will finally get his own game on iOS. No more teaming up with the big dogs. This time, the engineered soldier of the future is the big dog.
The 2014 Winter Olympics, held in Sochi, Russia, will start in less than a week. Opening ceremonies are scheduled for this Friday. Even if you are stuck at your desk or traveling by train, you can watch still watch the Winter Olympics this year thanks to NBC Sports in collaboration with Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud computer technology.
Winter has traditionally been my favorite time of the year to craft. I love staying in where it is warm, especially if I’m wrapped up in my favorite blanket while knitting a cute case for my iPad. Last week, we spotlighted a fun Valentine’s Day themed project made using needle felting, which is something I’ve never tried before.
This week, we found a Kickstarter campaign for a great new product that will make it possible for you to make DIY touch screen items out of just about anything, no sewing required.
Apple is currently in the process of finalizing a big update to its mobile operating system. According to the release notes for the fifth beta version of iOS 7.1, Siri will get a more natural voice in a handful of countries. Plus, the software update will include bug fixes, a minimal user interface property for mobile Safari, and more.
If you have an iPad from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint whose contract is just about to end, gadget trade-in company Gazelle has a treat for you. During the month of February, get an additional $10 for your old iOS device, no matter what the condition is.
Now that 2014 is in full swing, rumors of what Apple has in store for us this year are swinging just as fully. There will be photo leaks of television sets, suppliers claiming they’ve been working on a bigger iPad, and the iWatch will be on everyone’s lips. Analysts are already predicting what kind of impact Apple’s purported wearable technology will have on the industry. According to Morgan Stanley, tens of billions of dollars is the impact.