Camille Labchuk: Summoners War game Tips & Tricks

Boom Beach has an interesting app. The gamer, regulating an unnamed military seeks to liberate a stunning archipelago from the evil Blackguard, an army that has actually inhabited the area and is using the locals for slave work as well as repressing them. Beginning with a tiny base upon an island, the gamer has to ...

Camille Labchuk: Hay Day Cheats allows you get more diamonds

Hay Day is among the most prominent complimentary to play video games on the App Shop, however it’ll cost you a package in application purchases if you’re not careful. Right here are some ideas I have actually determined on how you can be successful in the video game without paying a penny. Game Tips Every ...

Camille Labchuk: madden mobile coins and cash hack method online

Resources are limited in Madden Mobile 16. Stamina and money run out fast, so spend wisely or use insane madden mobile coins hack method. If you’re starting out, here are several hints to get you going. madden mobile nfl tips Don’t reach the auction. The auction is expensive and there’s unless you’re only picking up players ...

Walking Turcot Yards: Blade Runner Revisited

“But what can a poor boy do except to sing for a rock and roll band”  The Rolling Stones Or maybe just follow your imagination with a camera if music is not your talent. So this is my take on Blade Runner. Or should I say my ultra low budget take in an abandoned (now ...

Writings of J. Todd Ring: The New Blackberry 10 – Time to ditch Apple and Google both

The Blackberry 10 has just been unveiled, and the question returns: Blackberry, iPhone or Google-based Android smart phone? Here are some thoughts, techno-weenie talk aside. We’re talking pure functionality and ethics here, not who has the best gizmo-gadgetry whiz-bang for the buck. Google is a partner in evil, willingly collaborating with the super-creepy NSA’s deeply ...

Rob Maguire: An Olympic lesson on how to botch a mobile marketing campaign

I’m no fan of Coca-Cola. That said, their television ad running throughout the Olympics is quite clever. It features British DJ, producer and musician Mark Ronson, who sampled sounds produced by five Olympics athletes doing their thing. There’s the thud of a taekwondo competitor kicking her opponent, the thwack of a table tennis paddle connecting ...

Art Threat: Mobile app shows dirty side of making cellphones – Phone Story by Molleindustria banned by iTunes

Video games have permeated so deep into mainstream culture that they are now places of social activism and protest. Phone Story, a game designed by the Molleindustria collective in Italy, does just this. It turns the fancy screen and sleek design of a smart phone into the engineered system of slavery, inhumanity, and oppression that produced it. ...

From Orangutan: Dear Google Humans,

Thank you for inventing an Android application that in the future will help you and other humans better understand me and other non-humans. I am thrilled that Translate for Animals (non-human ones) recognizes and transcribes words and phrases that are common to non-human species. This might just be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

djkelly.ca: CBC Radio column: The tablet computer market and the BlackBerry Playbook

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with guest host Holly Preston and I talk about the BlackBerry Playbook, calling it a cross between a tablet and a smart phone, while highlighting it’s touch border, lack of apps, user interface, and it’s need to tether to a BlackBerry. We also discuss the GSlate and other ...