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Posted on July 26th, 2011
Mobile consumers these days are demanding faster browsing experiences. This study shows that a good number of users expect web pages to load on their mobile devices at speeds comparable to desktop browsing.
Posted on June 23rd, 2011 by
Today I stopped by a favourite local bakery (Uprising Breads) to get an iced latte and Avocado and Hummus sandwich. The people there are always friendly and that sandwich always terrific. The problem arose when the barista served me my coffee.
Posted on June 21st, 2011
Posted on June 3rd, 2011 by
There's a deli near the office that many of us frequent for lunch. They make a good sandwich at a good price (for Gastown anyway). Recently, they changed ownership and although they kept the basic format, small changes began to creep in. Now, I'm all for change but some of the new ideas were questionable. One minor change in particular annoyed me.
Posted on April 4th, 2011
Many video games allow you to configure your buttons the way you want. For example, if you don't like that you have to press X in order to jump, you can assign the O button to be your jump button instead by going to a button configuration menu. Unfortunately, not all games do button config menus the way you'd expect them to.
Posted on March 31st, 2011
Posted on February 16th, 2011
OnLive, one of the newer companies to make waves in the video game industry, just announced their plans to deliver content to mobile platforms.
Posted on January 6th, 2011
The big news for me out of CES (Consumer Electronics Show) has been the number of new Tablets introduced. It is an exciting time for tablet enthusiasts, with tablets running Android, Windows, and QNZ (from RIM) introduced. So, along with the iPad, you can now have a tablet running your favorite operating system.
Posted on December 9th, 2010
With developments in computer vision technology such as depth-sensitive cameras, engineers are innovating new means of interacting with machines.
Posted on September 8th, 2010
Smartphones are all the same. It’s not surprising. Most phones have a very similar touchscreen interface, physical buttons (give or take a few), they have similar features: camera, GPS, Internet access. The building blocks are the same.