Monday was a good moving day.
Moves is that rare thing on the modern App Store â€” a free app that has an enormous amount to offer. It’s magical in its simplicity, an app that asks no more than you switch it on and forget about it.
All you have to do is carry on with life. Moves tracks your movements, intelligently works out whether you’ve been [Read More...]
We’re huge fans of the simplistic to-do app called Clear here at Cult of Mac. We’ve been captivated by its entrancing gestures and sexy design ever since we saw it at Macworld last month. Following the highly-anticpated release of Clear in the App Store, Realmac Software has confirmed that the app has moved a staggering 350,000 copies since its launch on February 14th. Nice! The Guardian has an interview with Nik Fletcher [Read More...]
This is interesting. With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has ditched Software Update as a standalone application, and instead baked its functionality into the Mac App Store’s “Updates” panel. Now if you hit Software Update, the Mac App Store loads and all of the integral software updates are found under a drop-down box under OS X Update.
Facebook’s recent Initial Public Offering (IPO) filing helped surface some interesting information. It seems that the company has hired former Apple marketing executive Rebecca Van Dyck. She started working at Apple in January of 2007 and was involved in the marketing of the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. Van Dyck served a similar role at Levi’s in the period after she left Apple as well. She was approached by AdAge last year and asked what she learned [Read More...]
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Apple iPhone users, eagerly awaiting the extra bandwidth from AT&T’s purchase of T-Mobile may have to tighten their belts. The U.S. Department of Justice Wednesday filed an antitrust lawsuit, blocking approval of the $ 39 billion deal on grounds it will “substantially lessen competition.” “AT&T’s elimination of T-Mobile as an independent, low-priced rival would remove a significant competitive force from the market,” DOJ attorney’s argue. No. [Read More...]
Most of you hearing about the tracking issue founded on iOS devices running iOS 4.x which keeps a minute-by-minute, time-stamped log of everywhere you go. The below animated video will show you how Apple CEO Steve Jobs tracking your moves. Via | Micgadget
Xperia Arc is a great phone that comes with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). But since Sony Ericsson probably isn’t one of the major players in the smartphone market, their marketing team came up with this weird, yet funny idea of promoting the phone with, well.. a dancing Android!