Image by Diarmuid Miklos Like many, we here at the TechRockstar love mobile gaming. It’s engrossing interactive entertainment right out of your pocket whenever you want, with constant access to a wider selection of cheap (and free) games, without the need to park in front of a gaming console at ridiculously long hours. And while
Puzzle games are among the most popular genres in the mobile gaming arena. And this is especially true for physics based ones that seem really simple to work through, but can get really challenging as your progress. Just sit down with your smartphone or tablet, and you could lose hours totally engrossed at tapping away at
Now that Conan O’brien is snuggled comfortably with TBS‘ late night programming block for more than a year now (after the entire “Battle for the Late Night Show” debacle), his team is offering something new to fans with the Team Coco tablet app.
This video of a dancing Android mascot was caught in China, where Sony Ericsson used it to promote the Xperia Arc. Yeah, it really isn’t that big of a deal if you think about the grand scheme of things, but it’s just one of those clips – among many available on YouTube – that you
Software company Blaze Software just put out the results of a test that tried to determine which smartphone browser was faster, using an iPhone 4 and Samsung’s Android 2.3-powered Nexus S. After 45,000 page loads, they found that “Android’s browser is faster. MUCH faster. On average, Android 2.3 was a 52% faster than iPhone 4.3,”