One of the neat features of the Galaxy Note, Note 2, and tablet Note 10.1 is the S Pen or stylus. The S Pen will work with a lot of current apps and games. I have tried with Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, to name a few. For the artists out there, the S Pen provides a lot of neat drawing options. Today’s post covers some new apps that utilize the S Pen. Please note, this post does not cover any drawing apps since there are enough on the Google Play store for an entirely separate write-up!
Alt-week peels back the covers on some of the more curious sci-tech stories from the last seven days.
Sometimes we wonder, what would we have ended up doing if we didn’t spend our time trawling the web for the week’s best alternative tech stories? We could have been paleontologists, novelists, engineers, or if we were really lucky, worked for Google. Instead, here we are bringing you some of the more colorful tech-tales from the last seven days, which we’re really not complaining about. That said though, at least on this occasion, we got to taste a bit of all the above. This is alt-week.
Fresh iPhone Apps for July 26: Walking Dead: The Game, ORC: Vengeance, Bucketz, ParaNorman: 2-Bit Bub
It’s another big game day in the iTunes App Store, with this week’s haul being kicked off by the zombie apocalypse. Sure, there are a lot of zombie games out there, but none is as adult or engaging as Walking Dead: The Game. Telltale’s latest has some awesome writing and visuals, as does ORC: Vengeance, a top-down RPG with some incredibly good graphics. …
If you’re the type of person who looks at an empty Moleskine journal as an irresistible world of creative possibilities there is an app for iPad worth checking out. Paper by FiftyThree took home an Apple Design Award for their minimalist offering and it’s easy to see why the UI is worthy of accolades. But seldom has an app had me of such two minds before. As an unskilled would-be artist, the clean interface and simple implements have allowed me to create some of my best work on any medium, digital or otherwise. But, the app’s austerity, however appealing, is also limiting.
Emerging IT applications are transforming the way business is done today. Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tool is the need of the hour. The integration of ALM is essential to remove major inefficiencies and bottlenecks in the software development process.
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