Being an 80’s child means I was there for all of it: from the mobile phone that looked like a tank, to the sleek, shiny little thing that appears to have been stitched to my hand.
We all love it when brands collaborate with one another and create something cool and innovative.
I can’t think of a time in history when a shortage of employees was a thing. Sure, we’ve had depressions and recessions and the economy has sunk to record lows, but this… this is a nutty time to be alive.
Losing stuff sucks, but most things are easily replaceable. There is, however, one thing you’re losing constantly that you’ll never get back, and it’s your most precious commodity in this life.
The tech world is in an uproar. Again. This time, the spotlight’s firmly on Google, who dropped a bomb yesterday with news of abolishing APKs for all new Android apps.
If E3 has proven anything this year, it’s this: the world’s most acclaimed video game expo is definitely NOT the place for mobile game announcements.
What if we told you you could earn discounts or bonuses on real-life items just for playing the games you’re already playing?
We have recently watched over 400 in-game video ads that
are just awful. Most are expertly produced and edited, some shot in HD, and while they make fantastic YouTube, Facebook, or Amazon videos, they simply fail to perform in-game.
When introducing gComm to anyone outside the company, we’ve come to expect the same reaction from most people – a surprised look of mild disbelief followed by, “How did no one think of this before? It’s so obvious!”.
As a follow-up to our previous post about privacy and tracking, more questions have been raised in regards to Apple’s new regulations.