Technology has undergone a huge jump in the last decades. In just a few years we have gone from bulky desktop computers the size of a suitcase to powerful configurations that fit into our pockets. The smartphone has become the most desirable gadget of today, but it's by far not the smallest - now devices with the processing power of last year's average smartphone fit on our wrist. The advances of technology have changed the way we interact with each other on the go - and have affected what and how we play.
Apple has presented the iPhone 6 last year, setting a new threshold for mobile gaming hardware. The new iPhone is a gaming powerhouse, thanks to its high performance CPU/GPU and its new API that allows game developers to leverage its capabilities better. The iPhone 6 offers its users "console-grade graphics" on the go. Under such circumstances it's no wonder that mobile gaming is booming. Using the advantages of the broadband capabilities of smartphones, game developers now offer more elaborate games to run in mobile browsers. The Euro Palace is the best example. Its mobile game library has more than doubled in the last two years, today offering its players over 100 titles to choose from. The games have become more appealing and even more exciting, running flawlessly on today's mobile hardware. Getting started at the Euro Palace is easy, no matter if you access it from a desktop computer or a mobile device. Euro Palace casino offers its players a comprehensive guide for its use, complete documentation to help them find their way around the portal, and some of the most popular mobile payment solution for them to top up their accounts.
Smart watches are considered the "next big thing" in mobile technology. These wrist-worn devices pack enough power to run elaborate games. Unfortunately their small screens make them less than ideal as gaming devices, but this doesn't stop developers from launching games for the new platform. I personally don't see the smart watch to become a viable gaming platform, though. It is more like a device for practical use, like getting notifications and access useful information at a glance. But new game types might appear in the future to leverage the capabilities of the wrist-worn computers.
I meant to mention tablet computers as well, but these products are slowly being phased out. Their place is taken by the new, large screen smartphones (phablets), which combine the benefits of each into one handy device. These make the perfect gaming devices, and fulfill the users' communication needs at the same time.
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