Every critic goes out of their way to point out any flaws in a movie, which was the case with the Rotten Tomatoes critic death threat issue. However, here’s a review you can accept as-is from someone not paid to frown upon a movie just because a competing publishing company paid one to. And spoiler [...]
It’s all around us in subtle forms, and many are critical of it – subliminal marketing. It plays on the deepest parts of our minds in ways we overlook, but here we blow the whistle on many of the more subtle tactics used by companies – some may surprise you.
Twitter is shooting itself in the foot: key bits of evidence, such as a blog post on the Twitter dev blog (linked below), the now-tarnished LinkedIn deal, the latest app/web updates and more all point to the same disturbing news. Twitter is making the same mistake that MySpace and Digg made before their services took [...]
iOS 6.0 Beta 3 was just released recently, and though the changes between Beta 2 and Beta 3 aren’t worthy enough of a whole video like last time, the changes definitely improve the OS.
Games on iOS take many shapes and forms, departing from the realistic in many absurd ways. Have you ever actually sat down and thought about what you’re doing in these games? Let me enlighten you a little, with a gracious helping of humor fully intended along the way.
The oldest act of making money has reached new fronts with the iOS app store: in-app purchases, advertisements, and “freemium” business models drive the pockets of countless app developers. How do these schemes work, and why do they work? Here are your answers.
Ever seen how Twitter and other sites load pages via AJAX, dependent on the hashtag within the URL? Implementing that on your site is easier than one might realize: all you need is a little jQuery, content, and optional server-side code to get it up and running – without sacrificing SEO. And with a few [...]
iOS 6.0 is nearing release around the corner, and we have an early look at the second beta release of the OS (installed on an iPad 3rd generation). Here is our video review, also the second episode of our YouTube series, for all to get a glimpse of the new and upcoming OS, its new [...]
Many have noted Google’s data processing issues they’ve been having as of late, affecting such services as AdSense, YouTube, and Analytics. What is causing these issues? Evidence suggests it’s BigTable (also known by its newer version’s name Colossus), Google’s distributed filesystem, and MapReduce, Google’s renown bulk-processing algorithm, causing these issues at the I/O level.