Mobile computing is a rapidly expanding industry. Indeed, over recent years the market has seen a dramatic shift from traditional desktops towards portable devices, such as smartphones, tablets, handheld PDAs and wearable computers.
Today, more games than ever are available to play for free. There are thousands of gaming apps that we can download for free and play for free. You might have to put up with the ads popping up, but there’s nothing that means you actually have to buy the in-app purchases.
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Many technology experts have predicted that IT will change more in the next 18 months than it has in the past decade.
Could 2015 finally be the year that mobile gaming platforms, such as the iPad, overtake traditional gaming consoles?
The huge surge in smartphone popularity does mean that consumers are able to obtain some remarkably inexpensive deals if they’re prepared to shop around. With monthly contracts available, consumers no longer need to be tied down to a two year contract, and can seek out the best sim-only deals.
A consumer broadband connection at home is usually good enough for what you need it to do – send emails, post on Facebook or maybe stream a movie. However in the world of business sometimes this broadband just doesn’t cut it.
Inspiration can come from the most unlikely of places. There seems to be no shortage of crazy ideas for video games, and when you consider that two of the biggest ever titles were focused on the lead characters of a slightly tubby Italian plumber called Mario and a blue spherical hedgehog called Sonic, it’s no surprise that developers are seeking ever more wild sources of inspiration.
Honor is looking for designers to help re-imagine the icons, wallpaper and back cover for their latest flagship device the Honor 6.
NFC – or Near Field Communication payments are literally the wave of the future. While there is an NFC payment thrust in the mobile phone industry, there is slow, but steady acceptance of NFC payments in the retail arena too.