Common Sense is the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. With our shared passion for families, Circle is thrilled to join with Common Sense to make sense of the Internet for both parents and kids.
Tempest 4000™ is a visually stunning, action-packed tube shooter based on the classic hit arcade game Tempest™. Developed by legendary game designer, Jeff Minter, Tempest 4000 remains faithful to the original fast-paced gameplay by putting you in control of the Claw, a powerful spacecraft equipped to destroy deadly creatures and other obstructions with rapid-fire shots on vibrant geometric prisms.
Desk risers are at the forefront of open floor plan trends. Healthpostures Taskmate is a major retailer manufacturing and distributing desk risers like the Taskmate workstation to industrial, manufacturing, hospital, call center and office organizations.
Every day, the weather influences every decision we make. From how we dress – do you put a scarf on, a light coat or do you take an umbrella? To how we get around – by car, subway or bike? The weather also has impacts that affect us collectively.
We’re committed to funding innovative and artistic VR experiences that push the boundaries of the medium and challenge audiences’ preconceptions about the world. Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of VR for Good’s 2018 Creators Lab program.
Ok, not to brag or anything. But we have some pretty cool people in the OnePlus community, who know a ton about tech development, mobile gaming etc. These forums are teeming with unshared knowledge. The problem is that there aren’t a ton of opportunities for people to share about their niche or passion.
Canary Blog – 3.20.18 (3.19.18)Canary app 2.14.0 is now available for all Canary users, and it brings with it a feature that makes your notifications even more intelligent, with Masking now available for Canary Flex. Last year, we introduced Masking for Canary All-in-One and Canary View devices, allowing you to mask out certain areas of your Canary’s field of view for which you didn’t need to receive notifications or capture motion.
Intel NUCs are tiny but powerful mini-PCs. Their popularity has rapidly increased since Intel introduced them in 2012. People use the Intel NUC — an acronym for Next Unit of Computing, and pronounced like the first syllable in “knuckle” — in millions of systems worldwide from home entertainment to gaming to digital security to airport signs.