Remember Facebook Home? It was one of the most ambitious projects Facebook has ever done, a way to make Facebook the centre of your Android experience. That didn’t work out too well for them though, and it seems that the team behind the project has been dismantled: I think the whole project (plus the introduction of the Facebook Phone by HTC back then) was doomed from the start; the whole idea never caught on with the public. Some ideas did manage to spill to other projects, like the chat heads featured on Facebook Messenger at the moment, but don’t expect...
Author: Pete Vagiakos
Ah, the world of graphics… never a dull moment. AMD’s Mantle shook up the PC gaming platform when it was introduced some time ago, and since then more and more developers (right now 47 of them) are pledging support to the API. Now it seems Intel itself wants to see what the fuss is about.
In a world dominated by the Unreal engine, the Cryengine was a breath of fresh air; the Crysis developer had developed an engine with awesome visuals that pushed the limits of the current graphics cards, and licensed it for a great price.
Graphene is considered to be the wonder super material of the future; it’s unique properties are exciting and will change our everyday lives in many ways. Scientists are still actively working on its properties, mind you; so things are optimistic about its usage.
Windows 9 is in full development, and slated to arrive next year. But reports indicate that not everything is rosy in the state of Redmond – and China is to blame.