Local Melbourne based developer Firemonkeys has released the highly anticipated Real Racing 3 and for a game running on mobile devices (iPad generation 2, iPhone 4 and later plus Android) it is a technological treat.
Manufacturers of standalone SatNav devices need to deliver features at an excellent bang-for-buck ratio to compete with in-car factory fitted as well as the many other GPS enabled devices on hand today.
Local developer Kumobius has produced a fun extended mashup of Tiny Wings game-play with retro-feel graphics and just-one-more-go attitude. Time Surfer is inspired by Braid as well as other addictive short-play games on IOS with the result being a two button endless surfer that is hard to put down.
We have IE, Firefox, Mozilla, Safari, Opera, Chrome and more. We have mobile devices with screens from three to ten inches, computers with monitors in 4:3, 16:9, 21:9 and TV’s right up to 100”. No wonder there are compatibility issues.
The idea behind the Kogan Smart TV HDMI Dongle is to upgrade a 'dumb' TV (as long as it has an HDMI interface) with smart TV features such as online video, web browsing and apps. How well does it work in practice?
I am a little confused about how to review this computing device. I don’t know if it is supposed to be a small tablet or a very big smart phone or a phablet – and I suspect the inscrutable inventors are similarly disposed.
I’ve done a survey of the most popular towns to live. For kids with access to a tablet such as an iPad there are a myriad of virtual villes to manage, and for parents the ever present danger of micro transaction requests. Let’s do a flyover above several of the iPad pads that can be inhabited.