Pokémon Go and the implications of augmented reality

By Chris Meadows
September 10, 2015 // 1 Comment

I’ve been playing a lot more of the geolocation augmented-reality game Ingress lately, and have been considering writing up a report on what the experience has been like. But this morning I learned about a related augmented-reality game, also being made by Google subsidiary Niantic, that could be [...]

Where are you spending your tech dollars this holiday season?

By Joanna Cabot
November 5, 2012 // 7 Comments

Back in early October, I wrote about the coin jar my Beloved and I keep, which we cash in at the end of the year to buy ourselves a holiday present. Well, now the end of the year is approaching, and I have the fun task of deciding where to spend my share. He estimates we’ll have $300—$400 [...]

News Roundup: Stories You May Have Missed

By Joanna Cabot
September 3, 2012 // 0 Comments

¶ Hachette Looks Ahead After 8% Drop in Sales {Good E-Reader} ¶ Ownership in the Digital Age, Part 1 {Dear Author} ¶ Print Version of Nintendo Gamer Folds {Nintendo World Report} ¶ Amazon, Online Retailers Start Collecting Pa. Sales Tax {NewsWorks} ¶ UK’s Boxette Wants to Put [...]

Nintendo e-book plans for 3DS handheld

By Chris Meadows
June 21, 2010 // 0 Comments

We’ve written a fair amount on various different apps and carts that can turn the Nintendo DS into an e-book reader. Now Electric Pig has an article about Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata talking about possible e-book plans for the new Nintendo 3DS, at the Nintendo E3 keynote. Said Satoru, [...]

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