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Retro Gaming with iCade – Experience old school slots and classic Atari games

December 16, 2013 |

Experience old school slots and classic Atari games

Do you remember the days when you had to insert a coin in a machine before you could play video games? Today, all you need is a tablet and an internet connection to enjoy all sorts of video games – from RPG and multi-player to strategy and puzzle games. The arcade games were huge back in the 1970s until the 1990s, but their popularity declined when video game consoles switched from 2D to 3D. Despite that development, there are still players who yearn for that classic arcade gaming experience.

Instead of going to Game Center or Fun Spot Attractions, you can now enjoy playing arcade games right in your own homes by using the iCade. This gadget was recommended by top gaming companies; and Kim of Pocket Fruity even said that the right controls can not only improve the mobile gaming experience, but they can also make you a better player, simply by allowing you a better feel for navigation, accuracy, and control.

iCade can transform your iPad into an old school slot machine featuring action and joystick buttons with colorful retro housing. Continue reading “Retro Gaming with iCade – Experience old school slots and classic Atari games” »

Hybrid Marketing Professionals [Infographic]

December 13, 2013 | 1

Modern Marketing Concepts

The marketing landscape has radically changed in the past few years, thanks to the advancement of digital technologies, especially the internet. Long gone are the old ways of ‘shoot and hope’ marketing campaigns that rely heavily on creativity over execution Continue reading “Hybrid Marketing Professionals [Infographic]” »

Instagram 4.1 – New update on the app

August 7, 2013 |

It was just a month ago when Instgram launched the Video feature on its app.The 15 second video feature proved to be a tough competition for Vine (twitter app). And today Instagram’s official blog announced the new major update for their app.  Continue reading “Instagram 4.1 – New update on the app” »

iOS 7: Everything You Need To Know

June 10, 2013 |

Today at its annual WWDC conference, along with the radical OS X Mavericks update, Apple (AAPL) introduces iOS 7, the biggest iOS update since the original iPhone in 2007. Continue reading “iOS 7: Everything You Need To Know” »

Who’s Got The Best TV Ad: Apple vs Samsung vs HTC vs BlackBerry vs Sony

April 28, 2013 |

Smartphone Advert Battle

For the last few months, the world has been bombarded by smartphone advertising following the introduction of several new flagship devices from HTC, Samsung, BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM), Apple and Sony. Continue reading “Who’s Got The Best TV Ad: Apple vs Samsung vs HTC vs BlackBerry vs Sony” »

Samsung Galaxy S4 May Be The Final Nail in Apple’s Coffin

March 13, 2013 |

For the better part of 6 years, since Steve Jobs took the stage at Macworld 2007 to unveil the first iPhone, Apple have been comfortably wearing the King of Cool crown in the smartphone industry, dictating the market Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S4 May Be The Final Nail in Apple’s Coffin” »

Facebook Unveils An Insanely Cool New Feature: Graph Search

January 15, 2013 | 2

If you are an active user on Facebook, then you’d most likely know that its ‘search feature’ is extremely limited, inaccurate, and frustrating. Well, as of today, you might start to sing praises to it. Continue reading “Facebook Unveils An Insanely Cool New Feature: Graph Search” »

ASP.net vs PHP

January 13, 2013 | 1

ASP.net or PHP?

This is a question often faced by web applications developers, since the web is growing and growing at a steady pace, so are the frameworks and technologies that support it. Continue reading “ASP.net vs PHP” »

Science: We Will All Be Usain Bolt

January 13, 2013 |

Could you imagine running like Usain Bolt? I guess we all have asked ourselves this question while watching this phenomenal being. Continue reading “Science: We Will All Be Usain Bolt” »