There are some gadgets and gizmos out on the market today that we could live a thousand years without and not know any different, even if we had given them a try before. On the other hand, there are some things that once you have tried will leave you wondering how you ever got this far without them.
We've said this before, and we'll say it again. Joerg Sprave is one guy you'll want in your camp when the zombie apocalypse hits. His latest slingshot creation is a weapon you'll want to use against the walking dead.
This is the Kegerator Pro 60 and it combines video games, a high definition TV and a drinking machine. It'll set you back $5,000.
Released by Deram Arcades, the machine features a 60 inch HDTV screen with an arcade machine playing 140 classic games, and comes with a kegerator that can handle three taps giving you the choice of three different frosty beverages at the same time. [Dream Arcades]
With E3 taking place in Los Angeles we have been given a glimpse at the gaming future, but as usual things are more complicated as we see. With the promise of more powerful consoles, better graphics cards for the PC and of course Virtual Reality, thing are looking very interesting for gamers.
You just have to look at the big names that appear in advertisements for mobile games to see there is money to be made. It may come as a surprise, especially when so many of these games are “free-to-play” but the industry around these games is booming.
This is probably the most important mashup of the week, bringing two pop culture releases together - Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode. The video showcases every incarnation of the Doctor fighting death Hunger Games style.
Doctor Who first appeared on the small screen 50 years ago this coming weekend, and the guys over at Headsqueeze have taken a look at his famous Sonic Screwdriver and tries to explain if it could be scientifically possible.
It seems these days that gaming has never been so popular. People are streaming their gameplay online and showing off their skills, and many dream of being a professional gamer where the stakes are high and the money prizes are even higher.
The trend these days when it comes to mobile devices is often to go larger. This is to make the screen big enough for us to use the apps we’ve downloaded. Whether they are games or an entertainment app like Netflix, it does seem that size matters. This is why you’d think that the Smartwatch isn’t really the best choice if you are looking to play games.
With the fast pace of gaming technology these days it can often feel like we are lost in the latest Triple-A titles. There is an obsession with the next big thing, or the new iteration of a gaming series like Call of Duty. For those who want a path to gaming a little more sedate, the retro scene offers plenty of choice, and most importantly is the home of some classics. Here are some old games that have managed to remain popular:
For any business to survive in this fast-paced world, it needs smart marketing techniques. With more businesses going online and conducting their affairs on the internet these days, it should be a wise idea to shift your base on the web too. When your potential customers are online, you should get there too. But, the biggest question businesses face today is how to capture their attention.
1. The Walking Dead - You may play alone, however that doesn't mean you have to go up against the zombie swarms without anyone else's input. The Walking Dead gives you a large group of non-player characters to cooperate with, albeit some are more accommodating than others.
CEO's and CFO's are constantly looking for new ways to improve and transform the financial department to improve the efficiency and add greater value to business, in a very competitive environment. Robotic Process Automation is a life-saving solution in the case of F&A because of the high number of the Full-Time Employees involved in performing manual, strictly rule-based processes which are time-consuming and highly error-prone, due to high volume data input.