Featuring a complex science fiction backstory with a continuous open narrative, the massively multiplayer online role-playing game depends on GPS capabilities.
Players in the game choose a side -- Enlightened or Resistance -- and fight for control of Exotic Matter, which is stationed in portals around the world. By visiting those real-world portals, which include landmarks and other places of interest, players collect energy and score points for their team.
More than 7 million players in the past year have installed the Ingress app on Android or iOS; more than 30,000 have participated in Ingress Anomaly events hosted across the world.
There's teasing....and then there's teasing to the point where we begin to lose interest, and that's frankly where we've been at with Guillermo del Toro's "The Strain." FX launched a lengthy and often tedious viral campaign for the film showing little in the way of actual footage, but that has all changed as today we know have a proper trailer, and guess what? We're excited about this again.
Quartz The future of mobile phones doesn't include phone calls Quartz According to data presented in Ericsson's latest Mobility Report (pdf), a biannual study of how the world uses phones, mobile phones will be used less and less for calls, and...
Escape the Room locks you and your friends in a small area for an hour. It's your job to find clues from inside to get the key to freedom.
For $28, visitors can choose an office, a home or an agency (that's the one we're in) for their room setting. Each one comes with the same rules: You have one hour, and not a second longer, to find a way out.
"There are a million things to do in New York," says Jack De Stefano, 26, who cofounded the company. "People usually go out to drink or eat..."
Because they are not defined as such. They don't see how the advertising and brand story relates to them at all and don't want the extra bells and whistles or the complexity of use. Also the batteries are a issue, where is the recharging aspect?
After more than 100 years, the Mills & Boon franchise is crafting itself a digital future through a dedicated ereader app and now a desktop and social media storytelling platform, The Chatsfield (Mills & Boon characters will email you back in ...