Posts byRaymond Padilla

    Gaikai and Wikipad Team Up on Gaming-Focused Tablet

    Streaming-game service Gaikai has announced that it has teamed up with Wikipad for a gaming-focused tablet. Gaikai offers high-quality console-gaming through the cloud, while Wikipad features gamepad-like controls (pictured below) that envelop a tablet PC. Gaikai games on Wikipad can also be viewed on televisions that support WiDi. (more…)

      91% of Mobile Game Revenue is Spent on In-App Purchases

      Research firm Newzoo released some interesting numbers from March 2012. One of the most fascinating tidbits was that American mobile gamers are incredibly fond of in-app purchases. Of the mobile-game revenue in America accounted for by Newzoo, 91 percent was in-app purchases as opposed to money spent buying games. Check out some additional details below. (more…)

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        PopCap Games Merchandise On The Way

        Most of you have been dreaming about wearing Plants vs. Zombies boxer shorts while staring at a Bejeweled calendar. Like the immortal Hall & Oates, PopCap Games is making your dreams come true. The company has announced that it will be releasing a ton of licensed merchandise. The initial products will be Plants vs. Zombies goods, with swag based on Bejeweled and other games coming in 2013. Here’s the rundown. (more…)

          Samsung Announces Exynos 4, Will Debut in Galaxy S3

          Samsung has announced that its Exynos 4 Quad system-on-a-chip will power the upcoming Galaxy S 3 phone. The Galaxy SII offered great performance and competed well with the iPhone 4S in 2011. The Galaxy S3 is expected to compete well with the next iPhone. The Exynos 4 Quad is a quad-core chip made with a 32nm process. It runs at 1.4GHz, and is based on ARM Cortex A9 technology. Check out the teaser video below. (more…)


          Klout for iPhone Brings Social Networking Metrics to iOS

          Social networking service Klout has released an official iOS app called Klout for iPhone (original, hey?). Klout is an interesting product that combines activity from other social networking services, runs it through a bunch of algorithms, and assigns a score. These scores can be a good way to measure and track social-network influence. Some people use Klout to brag about their Internet status and others use it as a tool to track the effectiveness of social networking techniques. Then there’s a small subsection of Klout users that have turned the service into a game of its own. (more…)

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            Brydge Adds Full-Sized Keyboard and Stereo Speakers to the iPad

            Getting lots of attention on Kickstarter, Brydge is an accessory that offers protection and a full-sized keyboard for the Apple iPad. The base model is made from machined aluminum. A more expensive model adds stereo speakers to the mix. Both make for a package that’s smaller than the MacBook Air, but with the convenience of detachability. Check out a video of Brydge below. (more…)

            Cargo-Bot: Created on the iPad for the iPad

            Cargo-Bot is a cute puzzle game for the iPad. What’s really interesting about it is that it was created on the iPad. The game was made with Codea (formerly known as Codify), a visual programming tool for the iPad. Check out a video of Cargo-Bot below. (more…)

              Apple WWDC 2012 Sells Out in Under Two Hours

              Here’s a quick hit for you. Last year, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) sold out in 12 hours. This year, it sold out in the less than two hours. It’s like developing software for Apple products is a big deal or something…. (more…)

                Apple Q2 2012 Earnings Call Highlights

                Apple has announced its quarterly results and the numbers were spectacular. Have you heard this story before? Well get ready for a rerun with Apple’s Q2 2012 numbers. For a company with a ridiculously large market cap, it’s amazing that it’s still growing at a rapid rate. The quarterly profit hit $11.6-billion, making for a year-over-year growth of 94 percent. Here’s how Apple reached that ridiculous number. (more…)

                  Machine-Gun Mounted Quadrotor Controlled Via iPad!

                  Those zany cats at FPS Russia are at it again. This time around, the crew has a quadrotor with a submachine gun. The coolest part of it all is that the whole setup is controlled with an iPad! The video below shows the quadrotor in action, terrorizing cars, dummies, and more. Check it out and bask in the awesomeness. (more…)

                    Games Are the Most Popular Mobile Apps

                    According to an infographic by, games are the most popular type of apps, beating out news, social networking, weather, and more. According to the group’s data, 64 percent of mobile device users play games. iPhone users were the most avid gamers, averaging 14.7 hours of gameplay per month. Check out the entire awesome infographic below and share your thoughts on it. (more…)

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                      STP TV Pilot Episode

                      Here’s the pilot episode for STP TV, Slide To Play’s new weekly video show! Join host Raina Lee for a mix of the latest news, cool gear, and a recap of the hottest game reviews. STP TV gives you the lowdown on what’s happening in the world to Slide To Play. Check it out! (more…)

                        Rumor: Samsung to Counter iCloud with S-Cloud

                        The Samsung Galaxy line is arguably the most popular and successful line of Google Android phones in the world. These days, however, great hardware isn’t enough. Services are an important part of supporting phones and tablets. One of the differentiating services Apple has for the iPhone and iPad is iCloud. The iCloud service is a useful and convenient (but limited) way to store and back up data. The word on the street is that Samsung will announce a similar service — with the amazingly unoriginal name S-Cloud — on May 3, 2012 to support its phones and tablets. (more…)

                          Newzoo Claims 81% of Kindle Fire Owners Are Gamers

                          Research firm Newzoo claims that there are now 17.4-million active users of the Amazon Kindle Fire in America. Amazon does not release precise hardware sales figures, so companies like Newzoo are needed to provide comparative data (and fuel fanboy wars). While the number of active users is certainly impressive, what’s even more interesting is that an extremely high number of Kindle Fire owners play games — 81 percent according to Newzoo. (more…)

                            The Top 5 States in Terms of iPad Activations Are…

                            Apple has sold millions of iPad 2012 units in a little over a month, including more than three-million during the first weekend of availability in America. Did you ever wonder which states picked up the most iPads? Chitika has the answer. Read on the see the five states with the most iPad 2012 activations. (more…)

                              Obama’s Minions Invade Rush Limbaugh’s iPhone Through Siri

                              It’s crazy what gets politicized these days — food, clothing, beverages, etc. have all been used to further political agendas. The latest non-partisan object to be used in the never-ending battle between people with different political ideologies is the iPhone 4S. Famed commentator and radio host Rush Limbaugh claims that Siri on his iPhone 4S was talking to him about President Barack Obama, Obama’s “minions,” and wind power. (more…)

                                Liquid Metal iPhone Coming in 2012?

                                In 2010, Apple acquired exclusive rights to LiquidMetal’s technologies in order to use its amorphous alloys in future products. The tech ultimately allows for products that are stronger, lighter, and more durable, without interfering with mobile signals. The iPhone rumor mill says that LiquidMetal tech is coming to the iPhone in 2012. (more…)

                                  Nintendo Patent Could Have Ramifications For All Mobile Gaming

                                  Nintendo was recently granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office that could have a major impact on all of mobile gaming. The patent filing could simply be a case of a large company protecting itself…or it could be an exciting hint at a major change in direction for Nintendo. Check out the abstract on the patent below. (more…)

                                    Lost Steve Jobs Interview Tapes Found

                                    Longtime tech journalist Brent Schlender recently did some spring cleaning and came across several tapes with interviews he conducted with late Apple founder Steve Jobs. Spanning 1991 to 2004, the tapes cover a wide variety of topics. The most interesting quotes are Jobs’ thoughts on his time at Next and Pixar, which clearly changed him and helped make his second run at Apple so incredible. One of the funniest and most poignant quotes was Jobs’ thoughts on how The Beatles are a great example of executive management. Check it out. (more…)

                                      Samuel L Jackson and Zooey Deschanel iPhone Siri Commercials

                                      Here are a pair of Apple commercials featuring the iPhone 4S and Siri, as well as a pair of major celebrities. The first spot features the hardest-working actor in Hollywood, Samuel L. Jackson. Sadly, he’s not screaming at his iPhone 4S in his Nick Fury character, nor is he yelling to Siri about getting snakes off an airplane. The second spot features the incredibly talented and beautiful Zooey Deschanel. She’s not yelling at Siri about snakes on a plane either. (more…)

                                        TSA Agent Busted For Stealing Eight iPads

                                        The Transportation Security Administration is one of the most reviled government organizations in America. While I believe that the majority of TSA agents are decent, hard-working people, a small amount of them are incompetent morons that abuse their power and help make traveling by airplane an unpleasant experience. Then there are TSA agents like Clayton Keith Dovel that steal iPads while “inspecting” baggage. Check out the video below. (more…)

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