Let’s start with some long lost Doctor Who, say, the original version of ‘An Unearthly Child’?
Google have acknowledged a great change in online user habits, and decided to make Chrome much more mobile friendly.
But is this a good thing, is Google affecting our ability to think?
It’ been out for 2 weeks now, but Dragon Age Inquisition still has users exploring the MASSIVE interactive storyworld. A great list of other interactive games here too.
And it’s not just smart phone and tablet games that are on the rise, but artistic PlayStation games are making a come back.
Good news for obsessive gamers, the National Video game Arcade in Nottingham aims to prove that you’re not a sociopath… No, seriously.
Time for an infographic break… Happy Birthday Software.
Continuing… People now spend three hours a day on mobile devices, is the new statistic from dailymail.co.uk, some more interesting data within.
And just to finish off this weeks facticals, here are 6 ways that social media is changing TV forever, according to econsultancy.com
Getting back to everyone’s favorite podcast; check out the history of the music behind weekly audio drama ‘Serial’
Bad news for Twitter fans, who aren’t a fan of algorithmic filters, because their Twitter feed is gonna be ‘enhanced’ by them… soon.
My God, they’re getting smarter by the day. Introducing the notification network.
I really hope this gets the funding it’s after. ‘Hell Mountain’, the first feature horror film, shot entirely for the oculus rift.
Of course, even then, that doesn’t always make for a smooth aftermath in crowd-funded projects
Finally just for fun, check out this cool little video called The Phone Drop.
“It’s really hard to design products by focus groups. A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them” – Steve Jobs