Posted by Press Releases | May 17, 2011 | Comments 0
Vienna, Austria – Fusing high-end magazine editorial with eye-catching moving images, The Red Bulletin is redefining the magazine experience on the iPad. Action, sport, culture, arts, personalities and lifestyle: the exciting world of the The Red Bulletin magazine is now available on the iPad. Stories beyond the ordinary, from interviews with the stars and up-and-coming acts to features from the world’s far-flung corners, have made “The Red Bulletin” one of the biggest magazines worldwide – with a monthly circulation of more than 4.6 million copies.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 21, 2011 | Comments 0
Barcelona, Spain – Cosmonaut Games, an exciting new mobile application developer focused on games, has today announced the successful recent release of NewPark Blockers HD for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This game app is a modern re-imagining of similar classic brick breaking arcade games from the past with a wide array of new twists and spins up its sleeves. Complete with vibrant graphics, exhilaratingly fast paced gameplay, and featuring seemingly endless levels, power-ups, and varied gameplay NewPark Blockers HD is the mobile block busting arcade experience legions of users will recognize and embrace. NewPark Blockers HD is currently available for download on the Apple App Store for only $0.99.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Alexandria, Virginia – Three individuals are stepping into the development scene and are turning heads in the process. Just over five months ago, three individuals began brainstorming ideas on how they could solve the issue that many of their family and friends were experiencing. Lapse of Momentary Boredom, or LMB, causes an individual to feel unenergetic for a period of time. Realizing this, they embarked on a venture to find the cure. On August 18 2010, Dot Product Studios was formed.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Apr 28, 2010 | Comments 1
We all knew Palm was going down the drain sometime or another, maybe HP will be able to save it?
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Apr 26, 2010 | Comments 0
Silicon Valley Police have broken into Gizmodo’s editor, Jason Chen. They have confiscated four computers and servers.