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Steven Universe: Attack the Light

Developed by Grumpy Face Studios to tie into the animated show ‘Steven Universe’ aired on Cartoon Network, Attack the Light somehow manages to expand beyond being a simple tie-in app and finds itself taking on the role of fully-fledged RPG. 1,243 more words


Windows 10 to Come in at Least Seven Packages Targeting Consumers, Education, Enterprise and Mobile

While Windows 10 is designed to run across phones, tablets, PCs and more, Microsoft confirmed Wednesday that it plans to package up the software slightly differently for separate markets. 553 more words


Apple Phones, Tablets Continue to Dominate Inside Big Businesses

While Android continues to increase its share of the smartphone market, Apple continues to grab the lion’s share inside U.S. corporations — one of the most lucrative segments of the business. 193 more words


Tips On Mastering The World Of Mobile Marketing

The BlackBerry Leap is BlackBerry’s latest smartphone, an affordable entry into the Canadian company?s portfolio. It was launched to bring the best of BlackBerry in a budget package, including BB 10.3.1 software it is a touchscreen alternative to the company’s QWERTY packing smartphones. TheRead more…

2014 Tablet Reviews

The Tablet Story Isn't Over -- But It's Changing

A version of this essay was originally published at Tech.pinions, a website dedicated to informed opinions, insight and perspective on the tech industry.

It’s hard to argue with the narrative — larger phones are impacting tablet sales. 944 more words


Apple and IBM Give iPads to Japan's Senior Citizens

Computing giants IBM and Apple are teaming up to deliver as many as five million iPads to elderly people in Japan by the year 2020. 335 more words


Nokia Plots 2016 Return to Phone Market

Four years ago, Stephen Elop, Nokia’s then-CEO, described the company as a man at the edge of a burning platform. While its rivals had set the phone market on fire, Nokia had poured gasoline on its own platform by failing to acknowledge that newcomers Apple and Google had changed the game. 931 more words