Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Rote puzzle game gets update to make it less frustrating

Sometimes games are challenging and fun, but at times they are extremely frustrating to the point that you may want to throw your phone across the room. If you have ever played a puzzle game called Rote, you may know how frustrating games can be. Rote is a puzzle game that has blocks you move on the screen to allow you to move a ball from a start point to the end point.

Samsung offers full-length Unpacked video and Note 4 teasers

If you are a fan of Samsung hardware, you may have wished you could have been on hand at Samsung Unpacked to see all of the new products unveiled first hand. If you couldn't be there, but want to see everything that went on Samsung has now published the full-length video of Unpacked to its YouTube page.

Nest Protect 2.0 software and updated app makes smoke alarms smarter

Nest made its name with the smart thermostats that allow people to control how much power they use and more. Nest also makes some high tech smoke alarms called the Nest protect smoke and CO alarms. Those smoke and carbon monoxide alarms will be getting a software update over the next two weeks that will bring them to software version 2.0.

Samsung Smart MultiXpress printers are powered by Android

Smartphones and tablets aren’t all that gets unveiled at IFA 2014. Samsung has rolled out what it claims to be the world's first printer powered by Android. Ten models fit into the new Smart MultiXpress multifunction printer line running the Android operating system.

Isis to become Softcard in official rebranding

Isis is a company that makes wallet software that is designed to allow users to shop, pay, and save money using their smartphones. The problem for the company is that a militant group from the Middle East that goes by the acronym ISIS is something that no company wants to be associated with.
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