Pizza Hut is heading toward the future. Last week, the company launched a concept commercial showing what it would be like to sit down at a table in the restaurant, build your own pizza, order it, and pay for it using a giant touch screen and your iPhone. We may not have flying cars and jetpacks, but I’d be happy with a table-sized iPad
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Pizza Hut Shows Off Giant iPad Table to Let Customers Build Their Own Pie
The iTunes charts are a weird place. Previously dominated by Flappy Bird , and Flappy Bird clones, things are starting to loosen up with some additional games that don’t have to do with flapping finally securing the top slots.
SXSW is well known as a music and movie showcase, but there is so much more that it offers to attendees in the form of non-stop presentations on a variety of cutting edge topics. The EDU portion of SXSW started on Monday and the listed presentations made by educators, for educators, shows an interesting trend in education training.
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Education Update: SXSWedu Presents Various Sessions on Mobile Technology in the Classroom
MagBak is hoping that lightening will strike twice with their second generation iPad mount , designed specifically for the iPad Air and iPad Mini. Their first Kickstarter campaign funded in 3 days and reached over a total of $70,000, which is impressive considering they started with a $15,000 goal. The new MagBak Air and MagBak Mini are smaller and stronger, which is just what you would expect for the thinnest iPad ever released.
MagBak’s New iPad Mount Kickstarter Gaining Traction
Ravenous Games will always be one of my very favorite iOS developers for their excellent League of Evil trilogy, but some of their other releases have failed to reach that same high level for me. Not that I think they’ve ever released a bad game, but the League of Evil games clicked with me on so many different levels that the rest of their catalogue hasn’t quite lived up to that same mark
After releasing an Android internet Speed Test app last November, the FCC has now released a similar app for iOS .
Since its inception, Square has nearly changed the face of retail sales by itself. It went from being a digital credit card service with a dongle to becoming one of the most popular mobile point-of-sale provider in existence in just a few years.
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Square Testing New ‘Pickup’ App For Takeout Orders
Pinkerton Road’s crowdfunded point-and-click adventure game Moebius: Empire Rising will make its debut on April 15 for WIndows and Mac platforms via newly formed publisher Phoenix Online Publishing. Phoenix Online Publishing is the indie-focused…
What if you could improve your eyesight just by playing around with an app?