We are switching our hosting providers and need to take the site offline to make the switch. This process should take a few hours to a day. Thanks for standing by, and see you again when we come back up! … Continue reading
A few days back Apple released native support for HDR photos on iPhone 4. Usually HDR videos are nothing but time-lapse footage created by stitching together individual (HDR) photographs. Now a San Fransisco-based studio by the name Soviet Montage Productions … Continue reading
The concept of ‘Multi-touch’ in gaming began with the iPhone and gradually moved on to other devices, finding its place in the industry. This is the next level! UMass Lowell Robotics Lab student Eric McCann hacked a version of the … Continue reading
Today’s the PlayStation’s 15th anniversary and we take a quick look at its history.
Apple has published an updated document at their Developer Center listing, in very non-technical and clear terms, all the reasons why iOS apps can get rejected. They describe this as a ‘living document’ which will change as new scenarios arise … Continue reading
The only way to win against innovation is even more innovation and looks like the PC makers are finally waking up to the fact that simply aping Apple’s cutting edge designs or innovative products and business models are not going … Continue reading