The never-ending battle between Microsoft and Google continues to roll on, and the sad thing about this little rift is how much the consumer is losing out. Just recently, Microsoft released a new YouTube app for Windows Phone. And, like clockwork, Google blocked Microsoft’s new YouTube app for Windows Phone (again), a move that has garnered a lot of anger from Windows Phone users across the board.…Read More »
So you thought you would be safer with Flash gone and HTML5 taking over? Generally speaking, you are probably right — but not in this particular situation. Computer science graduate Feross Aboukhadijeh has demonstrated a proof-of-concept that allows websites to download unlimited amounts of data to your computer… until your hard drive runs out of free space.…Read More »
In a move which most of the critics of rapid update cycle call to be one of those rare moments when major changes that really affect users get incorporated in an upgrade, Google Chrome has added native support for communication services such as webcam and microphone in its latest version 21.…Read More »
If you have been following Mozilla or Firefox closely, you might have already been familiar to the “Boot to Gecko” project by Mozilla. Mozilla has been working on a mobile operating system that is intended to be synonymous to complete freedom.…Read More »
Create mobile (iOS/Android), flash, and HTML5 games with or without code knowledge using StencylWorks
Some posts ago we brought to your knowledge Unity, a heavyweight video game development tool. Now we present you a simpler tool, one that creates 2D games, StencylWorks.
HOW DOES STENCYL… WORKS?
Not sure to be honest. Here at dotTech, as you probably already know, we are not game developers.…Read More »