Family Tested Review: The Osmo Genius Kit Gaming System for iPad


This Family Tested product is an award-winning game system and educational toy called Osmo. Created by young parents, it will change the way your child interacts with the iPad by opening it up to hands-on play. The Osmo Genius Kit Gaming System for iPad comes with five games: Tangram, Words and Numbers use physical objects that come with the set, whereas Words and Masterpiece only require use of the Osmo reflector and base. Each game can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App store. MSRP: Read more [...]

OpenTable rolls out in-app virtual tab, eliminating on-the-spot mobile payments


OpenTable’s Tab feature mimics a VIP payment experience OpenTable’s newest tool allows diners to tap on the Tab feature within its mobile application when booking a reservation, inform servers of their virtual Tab and leave a restaurant once a meal is finished without having to enter payment information on the premises. The restaurant reservation service is currently piloting the Tab payment experience at more than 75 dining establishments in Los Angeles, with a nationwide rollout expected to Read more [...]

QSRs brainstorm next-generation in-store engagement tactics to gain competitive edge


The QSR sector is being forced to innovate quickly when it comes to mobile With quick service restaurant chains trying harder than ever to fuel in-store foot traffic and sales, next-generation customer engagement strategies will likely see brands leverage multiple mobile technologies, such as portable chargers for smartphones and virtual reality headset packaging. Mobile is continuing to cement its status as a gateway tool for QSR chains to leverage as they ramp up to entice more individuals to Read more [...]

Whats Working Right Now With Traveling Exhibits


Traveling exhibits are providing an important contribution to the entertainment design world. They provide easy to incorporate fresh programming for museums, while giving entertainment designers a new format to explore. The concept of traveling exhibits dates back to the 1800s, when the Albert Museum in London evolved from their space, to form a traveling service for struggling art students. Today, traveling exhibits are an inflection point where the entertainment design world is coinciding with Read more [...]

Spaceflight Industries raises $18 million to acquire software company


SEATTLE — Spaceflight Industries announced June 21 that it has raised $18 million that the company will use to acquire a software company to support its plans for a constellation of Earth imaging satellites. Spaceflight said the Series B round, which the company expects to eventually grow to as much as $25 million, will be used in part to acquire OpenWhere, a Herndon, Virginia-based company that develops software to collect, process and analyze geospatial data. Spaceflight plans to use the OpenWhere Read more [...]

Founder of UCLAs Ed2010 graduates with passion for magazine writing


Iris Goldsztajn opened the Google Docs app on her phone and began writing a new magazine article while simultaneously beginning her workout on an elliptical. An avid magazine reader and strong multitasker, the now-graduated communication studies student has pursued a path in magazine journalism since before high school. Beginning her second year at UCLA, Goldsztajn wrote hundreds of articles starting with hercampus.com, an online women’s magazine. As a fourth year during the 2015-2016 school year, Read more [...]

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