Turbulenz offers the ability to play the most engaging and connected games the web has to offer today. Games on Turbulenz provide everything, from 3D visuals through to real-time multiplayer, social feeds, leaderboards, and badges. The best part of the Turbulenz experience is that everything is free to play!
This was pretty cool. I tried “Save the Day” and ran over some people with my helicopter — don’t do that.
In this tutorial we are going to create two HTML5 forms that will switch between login and registration using the CSS3 pseudo class :target. We will style it using CSS3 and an icon font. The idea behind this demo is to show the user the login form and provide a link to “switch” to the registration form.
I don’t like the login form much, but the transitions and idea to make it easier for the user are appreciated.
Amazon has introduced an HTML5-based Kindle Cloud Reader. The software lets you read Kindle e-books online or offline. It works with Mac or PC paired with Chrome or Safari browsers, and the iPad using the Safari browser.
In a nutshell, Co-Founder and CEO Jason Baptiste’s pitch to publishers is that while apps are good for some things — games, specific actions such as listening to music, etc. — for content-related purposes they aren’t ideal, for either the … Continued