Attention comic book fans! Marvel is introducing ReEvolution that will be merging the awesomeness of printed comicbooks with digital media on iOS and Android devices. Marvel already has the highest grossing iOS comic book app on the market, but their new Marvel AR app promises to bring digital comics to the next level by offering such features as augmented reality and author commentary. Continue reading
During Apple’s presentation of the New iPad earlier this week, the tech giant boasted that their new A5X processor is 4 times faster than NVIDIA’s Tegra 3. So like any good company being slammed by Apple during their sales pitch, NVIDIA scoffed at Apple’s claim and said that there’s no way to tell how accurate Apple’s little bar graph is. True, it is just a bar graph with no real numbers and we’ll have to wait and see the results of benchmark tests when the new iPad comes out.
But wait, that bar graph shows that the older A5 chip in iPad 2s are at least 2 times faster than the Tegra 3. Is this true?
As a loyal blackberry user, and the owner of an iPod touch and iPad, I consider myself spoiled by some decent smartphone keyboards in today’s market. So while iOS devices have their nifty touch screen keyboards with auto-correct functions (leading to some hilarious results), Android devices have Swype. After checking out Swype a few times, I actually find myself considering an Android Smart Phone. Continue reading
There’s no denying that Apple is one of the worlds most premium brands when it comes to balancing design and innovation. Under Steve Jobs’ leadership, the brand has established itself as the golden standard in the world of technology. Loyal customers become obsessed over its latest product and Apple Geniuses become instant saviors for those who are less tech-savvy. Today, Apple continues to evolve and dominate the world of technology. It is only natural that many companies continue to be inspired by Apple products. Here are a few examples of Apple technologies which have helped to inspire the competition to reach for the pedestal that Apple has been placed on by many technophiles. Continue reading
An interesting trend to watch in 2012 is smartphone apps that inject life to the normally static action figures. In an earlier post, Eddie reviewed how Lego used iOS to challenge our building skills with Life of George.
Now, WowWee is showing off their newest set of tech-toys called AppGear – a concept that transports toys and accessories, or “appcessories”, into live action games through mobile devices.
These two tablets have quite a bit in common: the screens are about 7″, they’re running the Android 2.3 operating system, they both have front facing cameras, and (most important) they are both awful! There’s a lot of cheap Android tablets flooding the market recently, but should you buy them?