Are you tired of running from zombies, but looking for another way to distract yourself from boring yet obviously beneficial exercise? The Walk–developed jointly by the UK’s National Health Service and Department of Health–has you walking the length of the… Read more ›
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This week saw the publishing of one of the iPhoneâ€™s most recognizable patents. Arriving with iOS 3 in June 2009 was the ability to select, copy, and paste text using two draggable selection handles displayed on screen. Miles ahead of… Read more ›
One of the best things about Instapaper now being owned by Betaworks is that the developers spend their time adding new features and services instead of complaining about things on their personal blogs. And today that ethic has paid… Read more ›
Although his products now touch every aspect of our modern lives, we all tend to be agnostics when it comes to Jony Ive. Even as he appears on video during Apple’s developers’ conference to speak with soft-spoken intensity about the…
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By now you’ve probably already seen this story floating around the internet, but in case you haven’t, here’s your assigned Apple reading for the day. Bloomberg Businessweek has anÂ exclusive interview with Apple’s Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and CraigÂ Federighi for its latest issue. The piece centers around Apple’s leadership resisting the ‘Apple is doomed’ mantra that […]
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So far, it’s been an interesting few weeks for digital publishing. Late last month saw the introduction of Flowboard, a digital publishing platform centered around an iPad app.
Now Disney has come out with their (highly simplified) take. Disney Story is a free iPhone app that lets you easily create a storyboard from photos on your iPhone, with accompanying text, which you can then share via email or on Facebook.
The key phrase here is easily; Disney couldn’t [Read More...]
We got it wrong last week, when we thought a cryptic Disney teaser was a clue to something we’ve been salivating over for a few months: the arrival of Android and iOS at Disney’s Infinity platform.
Instead, Disney has released a beautiful Toy Story 3D puzzler game for iOS and Android; and even though it’s not exactly what we’ve been waiting for, it still looks really freaking cool.
Toy Story: Smash It! drops you into the role of Buzz [Read More...]
You should never steal an iPhone while wearing pink shoes. It doesn’t sound like a piece of vital information, but in the hard streets of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park it is, because those pink little things are going to get you caught.
One thief learned that lesson the hard way, after he stole an iPhone from a girl, and then the iPhone [Read More...]
Buck’s of Woodside doesn’t just serve eggs or coffee or toast.Â It serves you biomechanical sharks and surfing crocodiles. Sometimes, it even serves you up a photograph of Steve Jobs so incredible, so deserved of being considered iconic, that you simply canâ€™t believe that no one has ever even heard of it. But for twenty-three years, no one has.
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Lala was the pioneer in online music streaming before services like Spotify and Pandora really took off. If you Googled a song pre-2009, a Lala link was the first result. Founded in 2005, Lala underwent some business model changes until it became a full-fledged music streaming site. A partnership withÂ Googleâ€™s Music Beta and good connections with the record industry allowed Lala to grow and gain attention from bigger tech companies.
It made [Read More...]