For those unfamiliar with Parallels, it’s an application you can run on your Mac that will allow you to run Windows, and various other operating systems side by side with your Mac applications.
Every now and then, a platformer comes along that really stands out. Paper Monsters is just that. Developed by Crescent Moon Games and Robots vs. Wizards, Paper Monsters takes 2D platforming to a whole new level.
Anyone who’s ever rushed to get out the door in the morning has probably left home with a dead or dying smartphone. Thanks to the Ful Powerbag, you may never have to endure that experience again.
When Apples introduced the iPhone, the era of the stylus ended abruptly. People started using the most natural tool to navigate – their fingers. But when the iPad came, it also handled a different area of usage – writing and painting. Today I’m reviewing a stylus called Maglus.
Why, in an age of cords and cables, do we still need to use AC Adapters to charge our small electronic devices? Thanks to NewerTechnology’s new Power2U AC/USB wall outlet, those days are now in the past.
I recently took the new XtremeMac Zip Folio for iPad 2 with me to CES 2012, and was extremely impressed with its professionalism and usefulness as an organizational tool.
Hutch Games builds on their experience to develop an excellent iOS game for the Trooper-at-heart, featuring great graphics, unique game play, and an all-around fantastic experience that will shape the future of iOS gaming.
Moshi’s Vortex earbuds are stylish, comfortable, affordable, and have excellent sound quality. While they do have some room for improvement, I find them to be an exceptional overall choice, especially for less than $100.
Kicks are an expression of minimalistic and elegant iPad protection, allowing the user to feel and use the iPad the way it was intended, while still offering just enough protection. Kicks are one of the best ways to protect but show off your device.
The Bluelounge MiniDock is truly an expression of technology and modern construction. Neither form nor function reign supreme over the other. Without the need for a charging cable, the MiniDock creates a dock space on any power outlet.
For a long time, I’ve been looking for a good way to protect my iPad from rain, scratches and children. I think I’ve finally found what I’m looking for – the SailorBags Sailcloth iPad Sleeve. Let’s go sailing.
When I first started to play Crazy Hedgy, I had imagined that it would be a killer app. As far as the character goes, Hedgy is such an animated character, he can be a mascot of sorts. The game certainly has that kind of potential. Developed by Cybertime Games, Crazy Hedgy is a mix of Jump n Run, action, and adventure.
Ultimately, the P90x app is well worth the money if you want to track everything about the program electronically. However, with the struggling navigation and frustrating controls, it will take a little while longer to completely utilize the app. “I hate it, but I love it.”
Handwritten notes and drawings are a time proven method of recording ideas and plans, but can an app on your iPad really take the place of those easily misplaced pads and pens?
It can be complicated to browse LEGO sets and mini figures using the internet. The Unofficial LEGO Minifigure Catalog, however, lets you do this easily and gives you access to a huge database of LEGO figures and sets.
Rochard brings a fresh change to the platform genre. With creative puzzles, great graphics, and some of the best voiceovers I’ve heard, Rochard provides a great gaming experience, and has a lot to offer.