The smartphone has been the most successful electronics product ever, having absorbed in itself the capabilities of the PC, camera, TV, sat-nav, and more along the way. The smartphone has opened massive doors of innovation and opportunity within technology. It is our constant digital companion and go-to device for almost everything: communication, web browsing, listening… Continue reading Are we at the end of the smartphone era?
10 years ago, on June 29, 2007, the original iPhone went on sale in the United States. Customers lined up to get their hands on it at Apple stores across the country and at some AT&T retailers. Apple stores stayed open until midnight the night of the launch, allowing customers to purchase up to two… Continue reading How time flies: Apple’s iPhone turned 10
Wearable tech devices, such as smart watches and bracelets, have firmly stepped into our everyday life and accompany us in different spheres of life. And who knows, we may soon witness the next tech revolution in the wearable world. Microsoft Research and MIT Media Lab PhD students have teamed up to create the next level… Continue reading Smart tattoo – next step and the future of wearables?
iBeacon is the name used for Apple’s technology that provides location-based services and information to mobile applications on both Android and iOS devices using Bluetooth Low Energy. The beacons themselves are small transmitters that can be placed in stores or specific points of interest, such as museums or airports. Apps installed on mobile devices “listen”… Continue reading iBeacon revolution: what is it?
We are often asked about which iOS game engine to use. It is believed that most companies are looking for a free game engine so here is a comparison of the different open source iPhone game engines that actually have apps out there. Also these game engines now support the iPad. Sparrow Framework The Sparrow Framework is… Continue reading The List of Open Source iPhone Game Engines