Released by Crab Soft, Puzzle And Zombie – Arena is a new hybrid match three game with a zombie apocalypse theme. Players will be looking to rescue survivors that are under threat of the zombie masses. Players will travel from one location to the next,… Continue reading
BLU announced the released the Pure XR today, its latest smartphone to pack a mighty punch for a relatively inexpensive price. Available right now on Amazon for $299, BLU has baked in everything they could to make the Pure XR compete with some of the best phones on the market. If you need a fingerprint reader, […]
Many of you out there signed up for the beta program for Minecraft: Pocket Edition when it first started. If you are signed up, you will always have access to the current beta for of MCPE and today there is a new update out for the beta version called … Continue reading
As recently as a few years ago, learning how to play the guitar meant years of price lessons with a teacher who might charge $50 or more each week. That money adds up fast, but things have come a long way over the past few years. If you want to learn how to play the guitar in 2016, all you need is your smartphone and the Zivix jamstik+ Portable Smart Guitar, a crazy little device that connects to your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Android device and teaches you how to jam.
Some key details:
- Works wirelessly with your device and our apps to teach you guitar
- Sensors detect your finger placements giving you instant feedback
- Play chords in minutes with simple interactive tutorials and games
- Real strings and frets. Never needs tuning. Great for traveling.
- Also a creative MIDI tool: Play any sound with 100′s of other apps
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad, Mac and select Android M devices
For one day only, this very cool device is on sale for the price of just four guitar lessons with a private teacher.
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The introduction of digital wallets in Australia is heating up, further to the application made last month by a number of banks to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Google has requested exemption from the collective bargaining status requested by the banks. The initial submission made to the ACCC by the Commonwealth Bank, St …
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The Bluetooth speaker market is literally exploding right now with options. While great for the consumer, this can sometimes make it difficult to know which option is the right option for you. For instance, while speakers are primarily designed to allow playback of audio, they now also come with a number of less speaker-traditional features. […]
When it comes to public policy, any rules that an administration may need a bit of extra help tuning the specifics of or that it thinks that the public may have useful input on normally go up for public comment. This is especially the case for the Federal Communications Commission; any decision they make affects […]
Yes, Jason Bourne is a bad movie when you see in 2D, but the 3D experience is much worse, and there’s a distinct possibility that watching Matt Damon’s latest adventure in 3D will make you physically sick.
Is Jason Bourne even available in 3D you ask? Not for you and me, but for many people it’s the only way to watch it. That’s how Universal released the movie in China and other Asian markets, where most theaters are equipped to deliver 3D content, and where moviegoers prefer 3D movies. So, the people behind Jason Bourne thought it’d be a good idea to release a special 3D version of the film in these markets.
Unfortunately, the fast-paced action and the editing style of the movie have been causing problems when 3D is involved. The movie made people feel dizzy and nauseated, which is certainly not something you want to experience when going to the movies.
“I really felt sick during the fight scenes when I watched it in 3D,” a Weibo user said, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “It was like a low-budget movie. I need to watch again in 2D.”
Some people asked for their money back and even organized a protest for refunds. Watching the movie in 2D is more difficult in China, since only a handful of theaters in China have the 2D version. Universal did say that it’s working with local distributors to arrange more 2D screenings.
That said, the movie made $11.8 million in ticket sales on Thursday, a record high for the Bourne franchise in China (it also helps that 3D tickets are usually more expensive). The movie ended up raking in $25.1 million in China during its opening weekend. Continue reading
Verizon’s version of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, bearing the DROID branding, hit the network back in July. At that point, they both had the June security update and ran Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The two phones run the same software under the hood, and differ only in terms of their thickness, durability, and […]
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The Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid (available exclusively on Verizon) can now get the July Android security patch… Continue reading