What do you do when you get a chance to try out the new and improved version of the Ticket to Ride app? You jump on that train and ride it all the way to Santa Fe. Or, maybe you’re just curios because you’ve seen Wil Wheaton’s wife ruin a Ticket to Ride game on […]
Does your kid like animals? Making stories? Going on adventures? Stealing your iPhone so they can play games when it is CLEARLY not the right time to do so? Safari Tales is up your alley. Developer: Kuato Studios Summary: Designed for kids ages 3-11, they offer fun and engaging challenges within the prehistoric world that […]
On July 8, Star Wars and Disney announced the release of the official Star Wars app for Android and iOS. Why this didn’t happened years earlier, is one of life’s great mysteries. Nevertheless, let the world rejoice! I own a Samsung Galaxy S6. So this review is based on my experience using the app on […]
I don’t know what, and I sure as hell don’t know why, but after spending an inordinate amount of time at my local Apple store picking up items for my wife and kids and walking amongst all of the lovely consumer electronics that Apple makes, I believe that I’m headed back to the land of […]
Coming in hot off the heels of the Season 5 trailer for The Walking Dead at SDCC last week, Skybound Entertainment (the company that publishes the comics for TWD) revealed that Telltale Games will be making a third season of the extremely popular and IMO best tie-in games ever made. Considering the company has yet […]
I’m going to write as I go with this one. Currently my phone is finishing the install of iOS 7 on my iPhone 4s. Yes I still rock the 4s, mostly because my most recent contract with my phone carrier still has time left on the clock. I’m beginning to look into Apple’s new trade-in […]
I knew that going to YouTube was the future for Podcasting, now it’s one step closer.
There were a ton of stories that came out overnight but few of them actually deserve their own individual post here on WPR, so instead you get a lovely digest of the news.
I was an iPhone user for years up until the beginning of this year and will always have love for the iOS platform (Android fan boys be damned) if for no other reason than their willingness to push the envelope as far as architecture is concerned.
“Lens flare that would make J.J. Abrams proud.”
In case you live under a rock, I’m looking at you Patrick Star, you probably heard more than you ever wanted to know about the new iPhone 5S and 5C models and the services therein. We bring you a condensed version of the dog and pony show that was Tim Cook’s iPhone keynote.
Well, it is that time of the year again. For the fourth straight summer we get another title in the widely successful “Duels of the Planeswalker” video game series from Wizards of the Coast. Each iteration has had it’s share of weaknesses and strengths, this year is no exception.
A great deal of you will see this headline and think to yourself, “so what?” Let me put it best I can. Remember how there was HD-DVD versus Blu-ray? This is that battle just with smartphones.
I have no time for gaming beyond the one night a week I give myself to play two or three hours of Fallout 3 for the PC (I’m that far behind).
You might recall recently that I have planned on switching from my trusty Apple iPhone, which I’ve been using since 2008 and has been by my side for the birth of all three of my children, to an unknown world of Android OS on a Samsung Galaxy Note II. Today I bring you the first […]