As it stands, our smartphones and tablets come equipped with a variety of sensors that can track all sorts of things, but what if we could create wearables that won’t have to rely on our smartphone’s sensors in order to gather information? Wouldn’t that be a lot more efficient? Well a company by the name of mCube has come up with something along those lines.
The company has recently unveiled a tiny accelerometer which they claim is half the size of more traditional accelerometers. It measures 1mm long and what makes it even more amazing is that it combines and the component that detects movement and the component that processes the signals and data into one. Normally this would require two separate components, thus making mCube’s solution a neater package. Read full post →mCube Unveils Tiny New Motion Sensor
According to earlier reports, it seems that Blizzard’s World of Warcraft active subscriber base has dropped again. This hardly comes as a surprise because not only is the game old, but also because of the lack of new content, gamers have probably stopped their subscription while they wait for the Warlords of Draenor expansion which is pegged for a release in November.
However will Warlords of Draenor be able to bring back subscribers to the game? Will Blizzard ever see a rise in subscription numbers again? While we suppose the expansion will probably get gamers excited and see old player reactivate their accounts, it seems that Blizzard isn’t too optimistic about the future of World of Warcraft. Read full post →Blizzard Not Optimistic About World Of Warcraft’s Growth