Award winning Deus Ex is now up to 80% off! This offer ends next Monday.
Deus Ex: The Fall is the start of a new journey in the award winning Deus Ex game series for Android phones and tablets. Set in 2027– the golden era for science, technology and human augmentation. Ben Saxon an augmented former British SAS Mercenary, is desperate for the truth behind a global conspiracy threatening his life.
Did you know that Google has release free online courses in Google Analytics?
The Digital Analytics Fundamentals is out and available on demand now, and the Google Analytics Platform Principles course will be out from March 11.
I’ve done my fair share of online courses from different software vendors over the years, and I have to say that these trainings beats them all by it’s approach, blend of very easy to understand videos, exercises and the level of QA questions between the videos.
Many people believe, and argue, that Apple “invented” the concept of mobile app stores. That is simply not true.
First off: The concept of app stores as an application where you can search, buy, download and install other apps is very old. It began it’s popularity on Linux distributions for desktops in the mid 1990’s.
The first mobile app store was Handango InHand. It was first made available in 2003 for Symbian UIQ, then in 2004 for Windows Mobile and Palm OS, 2005 for Blackberry and at last for Symbian S60 in 2006.
The iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store, etc.. are just polished iterations of an old concept.
The famous mobdaughter, Karen Gravano, sues Rockstar for copying her life story in GTA V.
Karen Gravano, the daughter Salvatore (Sammy the Bull) Gravano, filed a $40 million lawsuit against the makers of the massively popular game, claiming her image and life story have been incorporated into the mafia-themed game without permission.
The worlds two biggest PC manufacturers, Lenovo and HP, are both trying to get into the “business-smartphone” market by launching huge Android based smartphones.
I think both will fail badly!
Why? These phones look smashing on the photoshop’ed press images, but, probably because Lenovo and HP thinks they have to meet price-demands, the phones do not have the insides to match the outside.
They are either lacking in the CPU/memory department, or in the screen-galore department.
When we in addition see reviews from the floor at MWC in Barcelona telling stories of cheap plastic and squeaky sounds, it turns into a sad story of two manufactures entering the mobile race late, with poorly built racing cars.
When you build huge phones that look like a million dollars, people want the best hardware available. In most companies (at least here in Norway), it’s the employees that decide what phones they buy, not some procurement manager on a tight budget.
So people (and companies) will continue to buy the latest iPhone or Samsung Galaxy… Sorry Lenovo and HP, you lost before you entered the race!