As a result, the South Korean firm has reportedly changed tactics and is likely to adopt a more traditional approach in 2017.
The LG G6 will have its premiere at MWC which is just around the corner, so we do have a considerable amount of information about the device. One of the biggest let downs of the upcoming flagship is that it …
If you’ve been paying attention to the internet lately, you may have noticed an increase in 8-bit GIFs sending characters to a variety of bizarre deaths: This is Stagehand, Matt Comi and Neven Mrgan’s new endless runner, and it’s delightful.
But unlike your garden-variety endless runner, Stagehand doesn’t put you in control of the character; instead, you’re controlling the very scenery itself as your buddy runs, jumps, and — yes — occasionally falls feet-first into lava.
These mechanics can throw even seasoned gamers for a loop as they get used to the controls, but lucky for you, dear reader, we’ve got a few tips on how to conquer Stagehand and work your way through its pixelated days, nights, and weeks to beat your friends.
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Before we get into the nitty-gritty of making Stagehand your personal endless runner pla…
The BlackBerry Mercury (BBB100-2) will feature a physical QWERTY keyboard and a 4.5-inch display. We could see the Snapdragon 625 chipset …
“We Hear You”, Apple’s new iPad Pro campaign, reminded me immediately of “Get a Mac”, the classic series of ads that had John Hodgman as PC and Justin Long as Mac show how Windows pain points could be easily, often delightfully fixed simply by switching to a Mac.
Apple has had its biggest success with iPad when it’s targeted people who were alienated and frustrated by traditional Windows PCs. Smart people. Productive people. Creative people. People who, simply by virtue of nature or nurture, found pointers and file systems indirect and abstract.
“We Believe”, the iPad 2 ad where Apple affirmed for them that technology alone wasn’t enough, that it had to get out of their way for magic to really happen, was like a breath of fresh, directly manipulable, infinitely relatable air.
“Your Verse”, the iPad Air campaign, touched o…
I’ve been regularly using the 2016 MacBook Pro since it arrived on my doorstep nearly three months ago. I love many things about it, but I’ve been at odds with what I think about the Touch Bar since day one. I probably use it more often than most, but still don’t use it often enough. One thing about the 2016 MacBook Pro I do use regularly, and consider it to be the most important new feature for Mac, is Touch ID.
Touch ID lets me create even more complex passwords
Thanks to Touch ID on the iPhone and iPad, I’ve been much better at creating long, complex passwords for my Apple ID. In the past, I still reigned it in because I knew I had to remember those passwords, or at least find them in my password manager app, while on my Mac. Now that I have Touch ID on my Mac, I use a nice string of complex numbers, letters, and symbols that…
The head of operations might be behind bars, but Samsung is still Samsung and its enthusiasm for computer chips is understandable, considering 1) they are killing it in terms of sales and 2) the products themselves are killer. After all, if the Exynos processors or the various memory modules and image sensors Samsung manufactures weren’t any good, the market would have retaliated with fire and brimstone!
It makes sense that Samsung is teasing its next-generation Exynos processor like a product you’d really like to have. The company published this image on Twitter, …
Some of the top deals include:
13.3-inch MacBook Air – $750 (normally $1,000)
21.5-inch iMac – $1,300 (normally $1,500)
32GB Apple TV (4th Gen) – $140 (normally $150)
Sharp 55-inch 4K HDTV – $450 (normally $650)
Sony on-ear headphones – $30 (normally $60)
In addition, you can save up to $150 on an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, and grab an iPhone SE for as little as $9.99 a month when purchasing on a new monthly installment plan. This is just a small sample of what is available d…
Updated February, 2017: Added the Tomtoc and Inateck sleeves.
The new MacBook Pro is fire (as the kids say) or hawt (as the reality show idiots of my day said). But that gorgeous aluminum exterior is just that — it’s no adamantium. If you don’t want a hard shell case, fine; they’re kind of cumbersome and awful to try and remove.
At least grab a decent sleeve so that the outer beauty of your new MacBook Pro matches its inner beauty.
Here are our favorite sleeves!
Pad & Quill Valet
All you need to know about the AmazonBasics sleeve is in the name — it’s basic. But if that’s all you need, then it’s a steal of a deal, for around $7, to start.
It’s available in 13.3 inches and 15.6 inches, which is a little bigger than the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro, but we’ll probably have to deal with that for a bit. It shouldn’t…
Let me start this piece by saying that I love Nokia. I used to be a power user during the pre-Microsoft era. In fact, my first smartphone was a Nokia X7, when I could easily go for an Android alternative. Come to think about it, that last one was probably a mistake on my part, but that’s not the point. The point is that when I found out Nokia is coming back in the smartphone business without Microsoft, I squealed like a little girl presented with a tiny chihuahua puppy.
But then the other news came in – the new Nokia was nothing special. It was just a mid-ranger …
Well, not just consoles. Warner Bros. has been pretty consistent in launching mobile versions of their hot games for the past few years, to act as tie-ins, or just appetizers before the main course. We’ve seen mobile takes …