While learning apps are all about kids using their young brains and small maladroit fingers, some seem intent on crushing their little players’ confidence and short temper.
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Posted by admin on September 18, 2012
I’ve recently fallen in love with Instagram (I am @aka_me there), the photo-sharing tool. It’s managed to put me back in a mood I was last in in the early Flickr years: the pleasure to take photo on a near daily basis pay more attention to my surroundings in search of interesting snaps to share [...]
Posted by pbaron on April 9, 2011
Updated [MP3 Insider] Synaptics wasn’t offering its technology to any other MP3 player companies until recently, and it still doesn’t offer the round version found on the iPod to anyone but Apple. However, as mentioned above, the company made a straightened-out version of it for Creative’s Zen Touch, which evidently doesn’t violate whatever agreement Synaptics [...]
Posted by admin on January 20, 2006
This is a repository for all those mobile phone games using GPS or cell towers signals. I combined and reworked other lists to add most location based (or augmented reality) mobile games I could find info on. Nov 2005 – 42 games referenced. MOBILE PHONE BASED The Shroud, by Your World Games. Location: US, 2006 [...]
Posted by admin on November 23, 2005
David Collier has made available the presentation he did at the Game Developers Conference 2005 with Matthew Bellows from WGamer. Their annual “Cool mobile game demos from around the world!” show. Heavy PPT presentation. (15.6MB)
Posted by pbaron on March 24, 2005
[TheFeature] Surprisingly, for mobile gameplay innovations at the Tokyo Game Show this year, there was more happening on phones themselves. Is Justin really the only person worth reading on TheFeature?
Posted by admin on September 29, 2004
[TagandScan] Now the city is alive with the past. It’s layered with public grids of information. You see reviews of the local establishments, tags about history, and virtual art galleries. Updated… [Josh Rubin] I’ve been thinking about, and looking forward to this for years. I consider it the digital, indexed equivalent to the writing on [...]
Posted by pbaron on January 20, 2004