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Calvin Carter Selected to Judge This Year's Tabby Awards

Calvin Carter has just been chosen as one of the judges of The Tabby Awards 2013. The Tabby Awards "celebrate the best tablet apps, in order to help both the developers and, as the case may be, their customers develop and adopt best practices, and to accelerate the development of the tablet ecosystem." It's the only competition worldwide for the best iPad, Android and Windows 8 tablet apps

Judges are appointed by The Tabby Awards based on their expertise in app development. Calvin joins the roster of more than 20 professionals who will be judging the submissions in a variety of categories. The winners will be announced on September 12 at the Tablet Ecosystem conference & Expo at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.

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WWE's Rockpocalypse Is Now Available

WWE Presents: Rockpocalypse is now available on iOS and Android devices! Thruster, our gaming division, has been hard at work developing WWE’s first 3D action mobile game that features WWE Champion Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson fighting a battle against a contagion that’s taken over Hollywood.

Rockpocalypse is set at a fictional Hollywood studio where The Rock is filming and everyone around him begins contracting a disease that causes destructive behavior. Players control The Rock as he seeks to solve the mystery behind the contagion and attempts to ultimately stop it while kicking some serious butt along the way!

“I am excited to partner with WWE and some of the best game developers in the world to bring something cool for fans to play,” said The Rock. "Boots to Asses style app…this will be fun!”

Rockpocalypse is available for FREE on iPhone®, iPad® and all your favorite Android devices.



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Judy Johnson, director of product innovation for Dallas-based app developer Bottle Rocket, thinks a lot of people are approaching the idea of the second screen completely wrong.

“Up until now, [second screen] has been mobile,” she said Oct. 20, speaking during a second screen panel at the Digital Hollywood conference. “Now, we’re seeing any screen can be the second screen.”

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