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Lockwood Publishing, the developer behind the long-running mobile game Avakin Life, has opened up its third studio in the UK. ...
The new Dotemu division is potentially good news for small studios looking for publisher support, though The Arcade Crew plans to keep its portfolio somewhat selective moving forward. ...
a royal blue reception area welcomes visitors with upholstered walls, large artworks and installations hung from the ceiling.The post raf simons X sterling ruby: calvin klein 205W39NYC opens paris headquarters appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Google has launched version 1.0 of its augmented reality SDK, pushing the tool out of preview and allowing devs to create and publish AR apps to the Play Store. ...
the new institution seeks to immerse visitors in the universe of espionage through storytelling and customized experiences.The post SPYSCAPE: david adjaye-designed spy museum opens in new york appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
British architect David Adjaye has completed work on New York's museum dedicated to espionage, which invites its first visitors to become spies this weekend. Read more
Readers familiar with the latest season of Netflix series Black Mirror, in which a four-legged robot mercilessly seeks out and destroys our human protagonists, may want to look away now. Readers that are not may still want to look away now. It appears a secure door is no match for the fast-evolving SpotMini from Boston Dynamics...Continue Reading After you: Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot now
each doll is clean and disinfected with specific products before and after each use (thankfully).The post sex doll brothel opens in paris offering three different dolls appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Manhattan studio A+I has overhauled the entrance and lobby of the vast Chicago Merchandise Mart, using mirrored surfaces and metallic details to link its spaces together. Read more
Photo by veeterzyStorage speeds on smartphones, Chromebooks, VR headsets and automotive devices are about to make a huge leap forward. Standards group JEDEC has announced the new UFS 3.0 flash storage standard, which doubles the theoretical speed of the current UFS 2.1 standard to 2.9 GB/s, all while lowering power consumption and allowing for operation at a greater range of temperatures.This the is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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