by Adrian Diaconescu | October 20, 2016 11:04 AM
Forget the Wii U, 3DS, unfounded speculation of smartphone connectivity, or Android as the Nintendo NX’s pre-installed OS. The long-in-the-works new portable console is actually called Nintendo Switch, which tells you everything you need to know about its key strength, selling point and differentiating factor from similar products around. What similar products? This looks and especially behaves like nothing we’ve seen before, seamlessly switching from home to on-the-go gaming modes. Yes, you can play Zelda, Mario Kart, Splatoon, Skyrim and many other first and third-party titles ...
by Hayato Huseman | June 9, 2015 1:35 AM
It’s that time of year again. Apple unveiled iOS 9, among other things, at today’s annual WWDC conference, and with it came some awesome new features for iPhone and iPad users. Features like a much improved interface for Siri, a new low power mode, a large update to Maps, and yes, finally — side-by-side multitasking for the iPad. These are all huge value adds to the iOS experience, and the new multitasking solution is something we’ve all been asking for for years. But as great as iOS 9 looks (and I mean that wholeheartedly), there are still a few things I’d like to see before I ...
by Joe Levi | May 9, 2013 10:59 AM
Any respectable company wants to grow its user-base. Companies can't stay stagnant, they have to grow, or they will be eaten up by their competition. Microsoft isn't going to be eaten up any time soon, but their smartphone platform isn't growing -- at least not compared to their competition. It shouldn't come as a surprise for anyone who has been following the news: Windows Phone is still a distant third in the smartphone race. What's a mega-corporation like Microsoft to do in this situation? Try to steal Android users, of course! Android and iOS dominate the market, and Microsoft knows ...
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