20+ Best Business & Corporate Fonts 2019

If you’re looking for the perfect font for a logo, business card, stationery, or any kind of branding for a corporate business, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we bring you a curated collection of the best fonts you can use with designs related to business and corporate brands. Whether you’re making a business flyer, poster, signage, or searching for a font for your brand identity, you’ll find all kinds of fonts in our collection that can be used with various design projects and purposes. We’re also featuring a few helpful tips for choosing a font for your business, to help you with making this important decision! Top Pick Media Times – Elegant Business Font This elegant and professional font is a great choice for designing a brand identity or practically any type of business or corporate design. The timeless modern design of this font will also Read the full article…

Rune raises $2M to help you find new friends in mobile games, starting with Brawl Stars

Multiplayer games are more fun when you get to play with the same crew regularly. Playing with the same people means better cooperation, deeper strategies and, if all goes well, more wins. But what if none of your friends play the game you want to play? Rune, a company out of Y Combinator’s Winter 2019 class, wants to use AI to help you find the right people to play with, connecting you via voice chat. And they’ve just closed a $2 million seed round to get it done. The round was led by the gaming-focused firm Makers Fund, and backed by byFounders, E14 Fund, VentureSouq and Gmail creator Paul Buchheit. The first game they’re supporting is Brawl Stars, the popular free-to-play mobile game built by Clash of Clans creator Supercell. It’s a pretty perfect game for something like this — it’s a game where strategic teams have a solid advantage, Read the full article…

Google will teach you how to use the Pixel 4’s Motion Sense gesture controls with Pokemon

Image: 9to5Google We’ve moved beyond a flood of Pixel 4 leaks. Now, it’s like the all-encompassing wave that appears when a Pokémon uses Surf. Google seems to have Pokémon on the mind, too, because it apparently plans to help teach you how to use Motion Sense — its Soli-powered motion-sensing technology baked into the Pixel 4 — using a short, adorable Pokémon demo. 9to5Google obtained the demo, which is apparently called Pokémon Wave Hello. It offers instructions for brief interactions with Pikachu, Eevee, and the three starters from the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Shield. The whole thing looks like it can be finished in about two and a half minutes. It’s unclear if it’s designed as both a Motion Sense demo and a teaser for Sword and Shield, or just the… Read the full article…

Call of Duty: Mobile Review in Progress

The Call of Duty franchise is no stranger to mobile gaming. In years past I have fought Call of Duty zombies on a phone, and even used a Nintendo DS stylus to aim down the sights (I don’t recommend it) in similarly scaled-down and unambitious games designed for the limitations of those platforms. But the succinctly titled Call of Duty: Mobile is different. It represents a concerted effort from Activision to make a mark on the notoriously difficult-to-crack and overcrowded mobile market that now includes the likes of Fortnite and PUBG, and it wants to bring in people for the long term. You won’t find a campaign, but the multiplayer modes are substantial and even include a full battle royale. What’s put forth is impressive, though the controls are iffy and the free-to-play microtransactions are a dark cloud on the horizon. Read the full article…

Surface Pro X Hands-On Impressions

The Surface Pro series has been coasting on incremental improvements for a while now, but the Surface Pro X is breaking that pattern by steering away from Microsoft’s tried-and-true formula. At face value, the Surface Pro X is a far slimmer device than any Windows tablet Microsoft has made previously. Measuring in at just 11.3 x 8.2 x 0.28, holding the device feels like a jumbo sized iPhone 8 Max with a four times larger display. Surprisingly, though, the Surface Pro X isn’t any lighter than the also newly introduced Surface Pro 7, both devices weigh in at the same 1.7 pounds. However, the Pro X’s slimmer profile and curved edges definitely feel more pleasing to hold in your hands thanks to the Pro 7’s sharp angles. Read the full article…

D&D’s Celebrity Players Explain Its Recent Surge in Popularity

Dungeons & Dragons has been around since 1974, when Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson published the first rule set – one that sparked the dawn of almost all other tabletop role-playing games – from a basement in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. By the end of the 1980s, tens of millions of players worldwide were plundering dungeons and slaying dragons, and despite social stigma (and a pretty intense political movement) during the 70s and 80s, D&D remained one of the most popular games in all of geekdom. Now, more than 45 years after the birth of the game, D&D has more players than ever. But why has this traditionally stigmatized game become so incredibly successful? We asked some of the biggest names in the world of Dungeons & Dragons what they think makes D&D a critical hit. Read the full article…