When video gaming was still at the beginning, the best games you could have imagined to play were made of plain colors, in 2D environment unlike today’s ones which are near the reality. Google now pays tribute for Atari’s legendary game “Breakout”. If you try searching on Google Images “Atari Breakout”, the result will end up from a brief loading before the search turns in a online game. Target is really simple; all you need to do is break the lines of wall by hitting them with the bar and avoid it to fall from the screen. Sounds too simple, but these kinds of games were venerated half century ago, where there weren’t powerful engines like now.
Probably you’re now thinking that “iPhone is bulletproof from viruses”. That’s right, sandboxing makes impossible for any applications to interfere with other ones. But this doesn’t mean that you’re safe from scam, phishing and fake websites; it’s still up to you to decide whether trust something or not. After Onavo Extend for cellular data compression, and Onavo Count for data usage, here it comes for the iPhone Onavo Protect, a new app that enables live protection across all networks. Read More…
With over 200 millions of users registered for mobile devices, Viber is a major threat for Skype and other VoIP applications. Until today, Skype always had the lead for computer calling, but the newly released Viber for OS X and Windows will surely give it a run for the money (Linux version is planned for a future release).
The newly released version for desktop is completely integrated with the mobile app. At the first log-in Viber will require your cellular number to verify the account and will require to update (not upgrading, nda) the mobile application first. No harassments about remembering passwords or emails; everything is directly connected with your number. Existing and new contacts & chats will be synchronized with all your devices and available everywhere either for calling or messaging.
Follows the official video on YouTube explaining at a glance what we explained in this article.
Alright, planning things ahead is a difficult task. There are countless of applications out there that focuses on scheduling. If just writing things down is not sufficient and paper doesn’t cut it, then Gtdagenda (name says everything) is definitely what you’re looking for.
After passing the 40th billion app downloaded milestone, the App Store started yesterday the countdown for the 50th billion app downloaded. Prize for the lucky winner? Nothing less than a iTunes Gift Card for a value of 10.000$, enough to make you purchase everything you ever wanted. This time there won’t be just one prize up for grabs; in fact, those who will download one of the fifty app after the milestone has been reached, you’ll be eligible for a 500$ iTunes Card (yes, it is 1/20 of the first one but still a great gift). Read More…