Tag Archive: Good


First debuted in November last year, the iPad Air is coming up on a year old. In Apple terms, that means it’s due for an upgrade, but we still don’t know what the iPad Air 2 will be. Will it… Read more ›

HP’s designer smartwatch is all about looking good

  HP is probably the last company you’d expect to make a genuinely good-looking smartwatch, but it appears to have done that with a little help from Gilt and fashion designed Michael Bastian. The company’s upcoming wearable, which it teased for the… Read more ›

On the Mac, 1Password is a perfect Swiss Army Knife of tools for the forgetful and lazy, guaranteeing that they never have type in a password, address field, or credit card number into an online form ever again. But on… Read more ›

For at least the last year, rumor has had it that Facebook would soon require anyone who wished to message a friend through its official iPhone app to install a tertiary app, Facebook Messenger, instead. Up until now, Facebook has… Read more ›

With iOS 7, Apple already has the best anti-theft software protection of any smartphone in the business. If you lose your iPhone, or it’s stolen, you can easily use Find My iPhone to see where it’s last reported coordinates are,… Read more ›

  Samsung isn’t expected to announce its earnings for Q4 2014 until early July, but the company is already trying to manage expectations with investors weeks before the bad news comes that it bombed. Samsung’s CFO Lee Sang-hoon made a rare… Read more ›

With summertime here in the northern hemisphere, it’s definitely time to get outdoors and sample all that the world has to offer. Of course, if Steam or GoG.com have anything to say about it, you’ll stay inside working on your… Read more ›

Good vibrations: KOR-FX vest puts you into the game

LOS ANGELES — Drop this tactical-style vest onto your shoulders and fasten it high on your chest, and you’re suddenly feeling the action. Using audio-based haptic technology (the kind of rumbling vibrations that you’ll find in any video gaming controller),… Read more ›

Woz was just too damn good at Tetris

Before fingers throbbed from marathon Candy Crush sagas; before Flappy Birds zoomed across iPad screens from Palo Alto to Manila, there was Tetris and Stephen Gary Wozniak was its king. 30 years ago today, a Russian programmer named Alexey Leonidovich… Read more ›

SAN FRANCISCO — At Apple’s WWDC developer conference, there are talks about interface design, writing code and fixing bugs. Across the street at indie spinoff AltConf, the talks are concerned with spying on users and making choices between good and… Read more ›