Tuesday May 14
3D Print Your Sketches With Doodle3D
The talk of the tech town is all about 3D printing. From iPhone cases to guns to full-sized houses , it feels like we've already come close to seeing it all.
Tuesday May 14
Online game to be next TV hit?
An addictive app-based cellphone game is to become the next television hit after UK broadcaster Channel 4 announced it would turn Draw Something into an entertainment show.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ohio-Based Entrepreneur's SketchParty TV Shows AirPlay's Gaming Power, But The Tech Needs A Spotlight
SketchParty TV is a game that essentially allows a group of people to play a version of Draw Something on a big screen in a party setting, usually with between four and six players.
Thu May 09, 2013
Why 'Civilization' creator Sid Meier brought a WWI dogfighting game to iOS
For gamers, the name "Sid Meier" is synonymous with sweeping epic strategy games like "Civilization." It came as a shock, then, when we heard Meier's latest game was going to iOS.
Mon May 06, 2013
All-In-One Messaging App Can Clone Users Voice
Talkz allows people to communicate by whatever means seems right at the moment, including doodling, voice messaging and celebrity voice messages.
Fri May 03, 2013
You Can Bring Ned Stark Back To Life
Ned Stark may be dead to fans of George R.R. Martin's book series "A Song Of Ice And Fire" and to those who love the HBO adaptation "Game of Thrones," but there's one place you can bring him back to life.
Apple: As The App Store Nears 50 Billion Downloads, The Birds Remain Angry
Although iPhone growth might be slowing, the popularity of the App Store certainly isn't. Apple announced it's closing in on 50 billion downloads .
Thu May 02, 2013
New twist in the Zynga tragedy
Soon after its IPO, Zynga's share price spiked above $15 in early 2012. Very little has gone right since then.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Weekend Recap: Apple Educates on IAP, Posterous April 30, AOL Music Gone
April is coming to a close this week, but the final weekend of the month kept everyone plenty busy, with Apple going on the offensive over in-app purchases, Draw Something 2, the end of AOL Music and new superpowers for Reeder for iPhone all hitting our radar over the last couple of days.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
3D TVs really do have better picture quality
In a recent column, we wondered why people buy 3D TVs when there's hardly any programming for them.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
We're All Old: iTunes Turns 10 On Sunday
It seems as though just yesterday we were downloading iTunes on the family Dell PC to load music on to those sweet U2-branded iPods we received for Christmas.
HBO's Kenny Powers mocks iPhone, loves HTC One?
Oh, I don't mean in the marketplace. Necessarily. No, it seems that if a stripper sits on it, Apple's fine machine might break.
The Snugg iPad 2 Case and Flip Stand
When the iPad first came out, there were some that thought it might have been some sort of phase society was going to go through and get over shortly thereafter.
Friday Poll: Is the Galaxy S4 your top smartphone?
There's a newcomer hanging around town. It has 5 spacious inches of screen space.
In new iPhone 5 ad, Apple tries to get the feeling back
You know those people who wave their iPhones about everywhere they go, in a desperate need to record every moment of their lives? At least there's a very good chance you might be, if Apple's new iPhone ad is to be believed.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Cult of Mac Blog
Sketching Fingers At The Ready! Draw Something 2 Lands On iPhone
It's almost been five weeks since OMGPOP CEO Dan Porter teased the release of Draw Something 2 , and had Ryan Seacrest advertise the title on Twitter.
Draw Something 2 launched on iPhone and iPad, we get addicted all over again
Draw Something landed in February 2012 and almost immediately became the must have app on smartphones.