Tag Archive: Book


No matter what your medium of choice, 2015 has you covered for Steve Jobs biographies. We’ve had the new bio Becoming Steve Jobs, an upcoming Hollywood movie, a controversial documentary, and even an opera. Now you can add fully-illustrated graphic novel to the list. Successful commercial illustrator Jessie Hartland’s Steve Jobs: Insanely Great tells Jobs’ life […]

#ProTip: The best book on marketing for app developers

  We’re down here at WWDC, fishing for ProTips. It’s rich hunting ground. WWDC is the world’s biggest gathering of Apple developers, the alpha geeks, experts par excellence. What’s a ProTip? A ProTip is a nugget of knowledge, a little… Read more ›

Living in a world where the iPhone dominates, and rivals don’t so much compete by doing things differently but by offering cut-rate versions of the same core technology, it can be easy to forget how much of a disruption Apple’s… Read more ›

We’re living in a golden age for comic book movies, but even with that being the case, it can be kind of rare for a film to arrive in multiplexes, faithfully guided there by its original creator. Having the original… Read more ›

Now that the Apple Watch is officially available for pre-orders, Apple has opened up its new Concierge service, allowing you to schedule appointments with Apple Specialists for official Watch fittings. Provided you can find an available slot, that is! To… Read more ›

Here’s how Apple should reinvent the address book

The address book is outdated. On the iPhone, while most of my contacts reside in the Contacts app, I rarely go in there. Instead, I connect with people on Facebook, via SnapChat, WhatsApp and more. Product designer Frank Costa feels… Read more ›

Instagram goes analog in new fine art photo book

If you can suffer through the selfies, food shots and pet pictures, you can catch a glimpses of the revolutionary art form that is mobile phone photography. Book publisher Pierre Le Govic has positioned himself to be the first important… Read more ›

Last night, Ursula K. Leguin, the author of seminal fantasy and science-fiction books like The Left Hand of Darkess and the Earthsea series, won a National Book Award for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. During her speech, she made an… Read more ›