When they first came out they where really popular but now it looks like they may be coming back!
Tamagotchi is a virtual pet that children have to look after, clean up after and feed on a small round egg shaped screen but now you will be able to get them on your smartphones!
Bandai is resurrecting the Tamagotchi as they said:
“The original Tamagotchi was first released 16 years ago and took the world by storm. Everyone had a Tamagotchi and loved taking care of their digital pets.
The new Tamagotchi app will feature the same gameplay you know and love with a number of exciting new features.”
The new app will have Wallpapers, themes, mini-games- and a web series!
It will also be available on Google Play!
Blockbuster will reportedly go into administration.
New reports have said that 4,000 jobs at risk just like HMV yesterday.
More news to come.
For One Directions new album the cover shows the boys messing around with a phone box.
You can pre-order the Take Me Home on onday, September 3rd and will be sold in US stores on Tuesday, November 13th!
The premier of the new single Live While We’re Young will be on September 24th and goes on iTunes on October 1st!
The sales are just going to go made and we bet the song will hit the no.1 spot on the charts right away.
[Image via Syco.]
Google has invented Goggles that add emails, Google searches and even directions over your view of the world.
The googles are mind blowing when you watch the video and no dote they are going to be a massive hit!
Google said about the new invention:
‘We think technology should work for you—to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don’t,’
‘A group of us from Google X started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment
The glasses appear to run a variant of the Android operating system, using the same microphone icon and other recognisable parts of Google’s mobile OS.
The glasses layer information ‘over’ the world, and offer directions – as well as allowing users to ‘locate’ one another in the real world, as with Google’s current Latitude system.
Google also said:
‘We’re sharing this information now because we want to start a conversation and learn from your valuable input. So we took a few design photos to show what this technology could look like and created a video to demonstrate what it might enable you to do.’
‘Many of the features – voice commands, embedded camera, Google Maps integration – have been previously rumored, but it’s compelling to actually see them in action. Whether they will work quite as well in reality is, so far, uncertain,’ says ZDNet.
There still has been no release date for the Google Goggles yet nor has Google explained exactly how the glasses work.
PayPal launched their own version of mobile card readers called Square PayPal Here.
The new little device will have an adapter that can be attached to iPhones and Androids, but theirs will be a triangle (and blue).
Customers will be able to pay on the go when cash isn’t available and PayPal will take a 2.7 cut from the credit card companies. Square takes a 2.75 cut.