Just this morning I reported that Pokémon Sun and Moon had the best first week of sales for any Pokémon game ever, and now we have word that Final Fantasy 15 moved 5 million units (physical and digital) in it’s first day on the market. As you may have already guessed, that’s also the best that series has ever done too.
Nintendo reports Pokémon Sun and Moon are the fastest selling Pokémon games yet.
Snowman impressed us all last year when they released the beautiful (and fun) Alto's Adventure. They're back again with a new game coming soon called Distant. The visuals are as beautiful as we'd expect from the makers of Alto's Adventure, so of course there had to be some wallpapers to go along with them.
As we all know, the new MacBook Pros are eliciting quite a bit of frustration from the professional crowd. There are a few reasons for this, but the biggest thing I see sticking after almost a month of letting these machines ruminate in our collective conscience, is anger over the ports. In other words, #donglelife.
What other tech product from 2013 sets sales records 3 years after its release? For some reference, the PS4 is the same age as the iPhone 5s.
Most of all, the iPad feels like a tool. The MacBook is much more like a machine, that needs maintenance and expertise. I feel like, on the MacBook, I need to learn how to do something; looking for this configuration, or for that app — monolithic units of capability.
Anshel Sag from Forbes spent a month with the iPhone 7 Plus after using only Android phones for his whole smartphone life. He has a lot of interesting insights to the iOS experience. Insights you can really only get from someone who is so used to one side of the fence and steps out of their comfort zone.
My old set of Firewatch wallpapers proved to be insanely popular, so I thought I'd bring it back with a slightly modified winter version. New color scheme and just a touch of snow. In 4k, of course.
Remember 5-10 years ago when we were asking the question "will Google get better at design faster than Apple can get better at cloud services?" Well, it's 2016 and I think the question is pretty clear, Google is winning this race.
I understand where Ben is coming from, but it takes very little time to fix this. Notification overload is certainly possible with a smart watch, as it's harder to ignore a tap on your wrist than a buzz in your pocket. I solved this early on in my Apple Watch usage by cutting out some of the apps that were sending me excessive notifications. My mentality is that any notification I get is something I will likely want to act on.