Posts tagged with: game
  • by | March 20, 2014 12:05 PM

    Update 3/20/2014: The stated calendar day has expired, and so the answer to our third monthly smartphone guessing game lies below! Scroll down and be amazed (or not, depending on your guess). Update 3/19/2014: added additional hint. When it comes to analyzing the quality of a smartphone's camera, there are two main approaches. There's the guided style: "We had a gander at the new [Smartphone] from the fine folks at [Smartphone Manufacturer], and we took its camera out for a spin to see how it performed under a variety of lighting conditions. When it comes right down to it, this camera ...

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  • by | February 18, 2014 6:12 PM

    Update: 24 hours have passed, and the answer lies below! Scroll carefully if you haven't yet seen this month's game submission and you want to preserve your chance for an unspoiled guess! When it comes to analyzing the quality of a smartphone's camera, there are two main approaches. There's the guided style: "We had a gander at the new [Smartphone] from the fine folks at [Smartphone Manufacturer], and we took its camera out for a spin to see how it performed under a variety of lighting conditions. When it comes right down to it, this camera is [excellent][great][good][not so ...

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  • by | January 31, 2014 1:13 PM

    If you've been lucky enough to not have received a Candy Crush Saga invite on Facebook, you're one of the lucky few. This game has become an instant hit on both Facebook, and mobile devices like the iPhone, up to the point where King, the company behind the game, has now effectively won a trademark application for the world "Candy" in the UK. This trademark gives King exclusive rights to own the name "Candy" in anything that has to do with games, and as a result, a lot of competitors are unhappy. In signs of protest, Apple's App Store is currently being bombarded with around 100 games that ...

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  • by | January 28, 2014 5:20 PM

    Update: The stated 24 hours have expired, and so the answer to our first smartphone guessing game lies below! Scroll down and be amazed (or not, depending on your guess). When it comes to analyzing the quality of a smartphone's camera, there are two main approaches. There's the guided approach: "We had a gander at the new [Smartphone] from the fine folks at [Smartphone Manufacturer], and we took its camera out for a spin to see how it performed under a variety of lighting conditions. When it comes right down to it, this camera is [excellent][great][good][not so good][horrendous] ... and ...

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  • by | December 28, 2012 11:13 AM

    "The world around you is not what it seems." At least that's what the website for Google's latest pet project would have you believe. Two new apps from a group inside Google have recently surfaced, both published by a somewhat cryptic group called NianticLabs@Google. The first app, originally called Scout and now called Field Trip promises to help you find "cool, hidden, and unique things in the world around you". It does this by running in the background on your smartphone and alerting you when you get close to something interesting and displays a card with details about the location. ...

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