I finally got my long awaited invite to Ingress and I have spent significant amounts of time this last week running around, fighting hard for the Resistance. Is this attempt of an augmented reality world a gaming success? Well, let me tell you all about it.
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Let me take you back in time. Right now. To a time when hard core mobile app developers coded in bare bones C++, while the inexperienced newbies struggled with OPL, hoping to one day grasp all the difficult and confusing new concepts so that we too could make gorgeous applications for the latest Nokia devices. What happened that led Symbian down the path of failure? Well let me give you my version of the story..
After being disappointed with Ubuntu 12.04 and not finding OpenSUSE 11.2 particularly satisfying either, I realized it was time to venture onward and try out something new. Arch Linux seemed like a promising adventure.So I jumped in with both feet to see what it feels like to think correctly
The HTC One S is standing in the shadow of its larger sibling the One X. Is the One S an inferior little brother or does it deserve an equal amount of the spotlight? Hop on in to find out.
HTC claims their new One X and One S devices are the new camera kings on the market. I test their word against the iPhone 4S, considered by many to be right up there with the best when it comes to the camera. Buzz on through to see the results.
I have recently made the jump from FSX to X-Plane 10, and while X-Plane certainly has a lot of rough edges, especially when it comes to the ATC and AI traffic. But updates keeps coming and I am convinced we will eventually see an outstanding product. The weather effects and flight dynamics are fantastic and performance-wise it blows FSX out of the water. At any rate, I was recently tipped off about an iPad app called Airtrack. Its basically an app that shows you all the relevant flight information along with radio controls, and more. Is it as awesome as it sounds (and looks) like? Find out after the jump.