With the rise of mobile technology, credit cards, fibre internet connections and many more ingenious inventions, we live in the ‘now’ era. We have become accustomed to getting our deliveries in as soon as possible, connecting to friends immediately, finding out cinema screenings with the click of a button and more. It should come as no surprise that we also feel this way about paying for things. Continue reading
Living in a virtual world means that almost everything we desire is accessible – and now. There’s no need to wait for services which in the past would have meant phone calls, meetings or relying on the postal system. We live in a world where if we want to do something now – and see results – it’s possible. Continue reading
With new apps entering the market on a daily basis, struggling to compete with a few thousands other apps for your attention, certain apps can be referred to as essentials for any one that intends to travel, especially when the destination is a foreign country. Some of the best travel apps in 2013 will include the following: Continue reading
Mobile app development has been on the up in the last five years. Smartphones and tablets are mostly to blame for this influx, and every day developers are dedicating time, money and effort into building mobile friendly, games, website apps, and handy tools for the smartphone age. When an app does or does not work well, it’s usually down to the thought which has been put into its usability. To improve your app development there are many things you should always keep in mind.
It may be a hopelessly outdated, obsolete, low resolution image format, but the way people use GIFs probably encapsulates net culture more than anything else. Continue reading
Many gamers today prefer tablets over other kinds of devices for their gaming needs. There are many reasons for this. One of these is the size of the device. They are smaller than a laptop which makes them easier to transport as well as bring out to game while on the go. Gamers also find that tablet are much easier to hold in their hands with more room to spread their fingers out to use control buttons. While there are many tablets on the market today, not all of them are best configured for gaming. One of the best tablets for gaming is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.