Tag Archive: Mobile


Explore the galaxy, gather supplies, and don’t die in gorgeous new mobile game

Last Horizon, which is out now for Mac, iOS (reviewed version), PC, and Android is a beautifully simple game: You leave your obliterated planet in a single rocket, heading out for a new home and gathering supplies along the way. It has two controls: turning and firing your thrusters. But it’s a lot more than […]

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Where the ease of mobile and the power of desktop photo editing meet

One thing that apps like Instagram and VSCO have mastered is making photo retouching on a mobile device (e.g. smartphone, ipad, etc.) a breeze. Simple sliders grouped in easily understandable categories and real-time results make the editing process a snap. It’s fun and easy to dial in the overall look of an image on your […]

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A lifetime of lessons on Apple’s top mobile programming tools [Deals]

There’s plenty to learn about coding for iOS’s range of products. From Swift to WatchKit to Objective-C, there’s enough to learn to last a lifetime. Thankfully we’ve found a way to get a lifetime of access to iOS & Xcode Developer Training, which normally goes for almost $ 8,000, for just $ 79. With more than 800 […]

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Google to follow Apple into building its own mobile chips

Google is in talks with chipset manufacturers with a view to designing its own processors and other components for future Android devices, according to a new report. The company is said to be interested in following Apple’s footsteps in an effort to make Android “more competitive” at the high end of the market, and to […]

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Amazon barges into mobile payments ring

Amazon will start taking more advantage of the millions of credit cards it has on file with new “Pay with Amazon” buttons. The expansion to Amazon Payments will allow third-party developers to include these buttons in their mobile apps and have users quickly sign in to process payments. Since all their payment information is already with […]

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Ready up for Titanfall’s mobile debut next year

Ready to boost you and your giant mecha fighters into battle on your Android or iOS phone? Looks like you’ll only need to wait until 2016, says developer Respawn Entertainment, for several new mobile titles set in the popular first person shooter franchise, Titanfall. Originally a PC and Xbox One title released by Electronic Arts […]

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Nintendo unveils first, weird mobile game: Miitomo

At a briefing in Tokyo this evening, console maker and developer Nintendo unveiled the first of its proposed five smartphone games it will make with mobile giant DeNA between now and March 2017. And it’s not the most exciting news for long-time fans of the Wii U company’s library. The title, called Miitomo will be […]

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This charging hub is like having a tiny R2-D2 for your mobile devices [Deals]

It’s white, cylindrical, has a spinning head and is full of electrical connectors. It’s not Luke Skywalker’s trusty robotic assistant, but the Twist Plus+ World Charging Station could be yours with its ability to charge five devices simultaneously and through outlets anywhere in the world. It’s a game-changer for the international traveler or anyone who […]

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Skip the grind: 3 fun mobile games that (almost) play themselves

I just leveled up while I was driving to pick my kid up from school. I set up a digital battle using my iPhone while sitting in my driveway, hit “Go,” and then just put my iPhone down on my dashboard while I drove to get him. I’ve been calling these types of games “auto-battlers” for their central […]

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Google wants to help you surf the mobile web at lightning speeds

Google wants to make your mobile browsing experience better than ever with its new Accelerated Pages Project. The company hopes to dramatically improve the performance of the mobile web so that pages, videos, animations, and graphics load “instantaneously.” “Publishers around the world use the mobile web to reach these readers, but the experience can often […]

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