FreedomPop is looking to shake up cellular industry with their free mobile data services. And it needs shook: while customers clamor for more data and less voice minutes (who actually talks on a phone these days?), cellular carriers do the opposite and give out unlimited talk while charging an arm and a leg for restrictive data plans. FreedomPop believes that the internet “is a right, not a privilege”, but some users complain of unexpected charges and spotty coverage which leads some to believe that FreedomPop may be a scam. So what’s the deal with FreedomPop?
When the original Wii was released in 2006, it was the answer to many parents’ prayers: kids were finally getting off the couch and getting some exercise while playing video games. Nintendo saw that potential and expanded upon it with the Wii Balance Board and Wii Fit game a couple years later. While I liked the concept, Wii Fit wasn’t exactly a hardcore workout. Does the transition to the Wii U change that?
Ready to down that Snickers bar? Banish that craving with a video game instead. New research from the Netherlands suggests that playing online games can help you fight junk food temptations.