Dan Isacsson

Dan Isacsson

Being a gamer since the age of three, Dan took an interest in mobile gaming back in 2009. Since then he's been digging ever deeper into the possibilities of mobile tech and has his head full considering the possibilities of virtual reality. Every other week or so he ponders whether buying a Chromebook was a good idea. Usually the answer is: Yes, for writing.

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Computing

Think your solid state drive is fast? It has nothing on MRAM

IBM has revealed a breakthrough in the production of MRAM that could lead to much faster, more compact storage. It could change everything from smartphones to servers.
Movies & TV

App developers wanted for Apple’s first reality TV series, ‘Planet of the Apps’

Apple is getting ready to enter television, and with 'Planet of the Apps' it wants to show a hundred developers working on something for their platform. Submissions are open to all legal residents of the U.S.
Gaming

Abusive chat should drop after ‘World of Warcraft: Legion’ pre-expansion patch

Blizzard "only" took 10 years to implement a silencing system for abusive language in World of Warcraft. In its pre-expansion patch for Legion, the developer is getting serious about curbing bad behavior.
Web

Filter away Pokémon With PokeGone, the Chrome extension that offers relief

As the internet continues its craze on Pokémon it may come as a relief that a new Chrome extension lets you filter away every Pikachu that looks your way. Make sure you "capture" them all!
Virtual Reality

Within CEO Chris Milk says VR will be ‘the last medium’ at TEDTalks

The CEO of Within took to the stage and showed the audience why he believes the virtual frontier could represent the last medium. Then he invited the audience to take part in the largest collective viewing of VR in history.
Gaming

Faking locations in Pokémon Go is a bad idea, unless you want to be banned

A game like Pokémon Go relies on the real-life interaction between players. So when a cheater does everything from their couch, the developer sends a ban.