Nokia Should N-Gage With Xbox Live

Now that Nokia has finally launched a Windows Phone device, they need to begin making inroads in that ecosystem. One of the first opportunities that comes to my mind is gaming. Nokia has a weird history with mobile gaming. They were one of the first companies to put games on phones (Snake) and one ofContinue reading “Nokia Should N-Gage With Xbox Live”

The Gaming Industry’s Missed Opportunity With Mobile

I have an Xbox 360 with Kinect, and have a few games such as Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports, and Halo Reach that are very character-driven. The Xbox Live profile includes an avatar that you can dress up and buy things like pets and accessories for. It’s an entire ecosystem within the overall Xbox ecosystem, andContinue reading “The Gaming Industry’s Missed Opportunity With Mobile”

Microsoft Kinect Is The Future Of Media Interaction

A few months ago, I joined the video game elite and picked up a 250GB Xbox with Kinect bundle. I grew up with PlayStations, but the controller-free part of the Kinect (as opposed to the PlayStation Move and Wii) really appealed to me. The system came with Kinect Adventures, which is actually a pretty impressiveContinue reading “Microsoft Kinect Is The Future Of Media Interaction”

ZeeMote Uses Twitter For Customer Satisfaction

I’m an admittedly huge fan of ZeeMote. They make the JS1, which is a Bluetooth gaming remote for cell phones. It’s an absolutely brilliant idea, and well-implemented, too. There’s a ZeeKey application for Symbian-powered smartphones like my Nokia N79, and I recently discovered a ZeeKey application for the Nokia N800, which I need to tryContinue reading “ZeeMote Uses Twitter For Customer Satisfaction”