Posts tagged with "multi-user"

Inside the Game at Marmalade Studio

March 30, 2016 4:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

Marmalade Technologies gave us an inside look at how they’re using Lenovo devices and multi-user, multi-technology (MUMT) to transform traditional board games such as RISK and Scrabble into interactive gaming experiences.


AWEsum Friendzy Takes Top Prize in Battle of the Apps

December 22, 2015 10:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

high school math teacher and a former console game developer stomped the competition in the Battle of the Apps with AWEsum Friendzy where “the game is the math, and the math is the game.” 

 

 

 


Why You Should Enter Battle of the Apps

September 3, 2015 11:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

 

 

SORRY, BATTLE OF THE APPS HAS ENDED.

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING ENTRIES FOR THIS CONTEST. CHECK BACK SOON TO SEE WHO THE WINNERS ARE. 

The LenovoDev Battle of the Apps is going on now, and if you haven’t submitted your education-related app, hurry and enter before the contest ends on October 27, 2015. Here's why you do not want to miss out on this app showdown. 


Developers, Bring it! Create an Education App and Win Battle of the Apps

August 3, 2015 6:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

SORRY, BATTLE OF THE APPS HAS ENDED. 

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING ENTRIES FOR THIS CONTEST. CHECK BACK SOON TO SEE WHO THE WINNERS ARE!

If you’re a developer of Edtech or considering creating digital learning products, strut your stuff in Battle of the Apps and win some serious lunch money.  


The Multi-User, Multi-Touch Interface

June 29, 2015 8:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

A multi-user, multi-touch (MUMT) interface recognizes two or more simultaneous points of contact directly on a screen or touchpad. A larger display or pad supports multiple users and can offer a richer experience with app content. 


Multi-User, Multi-Touch Will Change the App World

June 25, 2015 10:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

Move over point-and-click. Multi-user, multi-touch computing is reshaping how we use PCs, and it will transform how developers think about software.