Tag Archive: Streets


Smart sidewalks bring free Wi-Fi to U.K. streets

You’ll never be without an Internet connection in U.K. towns and cities in the future, thanks to Wi-Fi-emitting sidewalks. Chesham in Buckinghamshire has become the first town to deliver Wi-Fi at speeds of up to 166 Mbps, seven times the average broadband speed in the U.K., through “Smart Pavements” courtesy of broadband provider Virgin Media. […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Sesame Street’s take on House of Cards is both brilliant and educational

The third season of Netflix’s amazing political drama House of Cards drops on February 27, and our friends at Sesame Street are apparently pretty excited. They put out a parody video today that recasts Kevin Spacey’s conniving, political shark as… Read more ›

Liveblog: Will Apple’s earnings call blow Wall Street’s mind?

Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri are getting ready to announce Apple’s biggest earnings ever to investors this afternoon, and we’ll be on hand to liveblog all the action. The results are expected to be historic, thanks to unprecedented demand… Read more ›

AT&T solar charging stations are reproducing on the streets of New York

Instagramming your skinny cinnamon latte and taking selfies of yourself with your skinny cinnamon latte is always going to take its toll on your phone’s battery. But that’s going to be less of a concern for those who live and work… Read more ›

Hipstamatic gives news shooter fresh eye for Chicago streets

When photojournalist Scott Strazzante planned a weekend trip to Washington, D.C., with his daughter Betsy in 2011, he was intent on leaving his cameras at home. They were visiting colleges and he wanted it to be a “daddy-daughter” weekend. But… Read more ›

Streets Of Rage Is Rubbish — Though The Soundtrack Still Kicks Ass [Review]

  Streets of Rage by Sega Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Price: $0.99   So let’s get the obvious out of the way at the start: Streets of Rage isn’t exactly new. The original game came out in 1991 — meaning that it would it would now be of legal drinking […]        [Read More…]

Streets Brings Google’s Vector Tiles And Street View To iPad

If you use Google’s maps app on your iPad, you’ll know that it kinda sucks. Search is great, and the fancy maps look ok, but the UI elements are comically big when blown up to fit the iPad screen, and they cover most of what you really want to see – the maps. And Street View isn’t much better.

Enter Streets 2.0, an update to – you guessed it – Streets, which brings Googles  [Read More…]

Wall Street’s Nuts, Here’s Proof Apple’s Innovating As Fast As It Ever Has

pillarsofappleproducts

Wall Street has spent most of the last six months hyperventilating about the future of Apple, chomping at their fingernails and openly wondering if Apple is taking too long to innovate in the post-Jobs era.

Over at the Apple Gazette, Robin Parrish has put together a simple graphic, showing Apple’s historic product pillars. Essentially, if you add it all up, the average time between major product pillars for Apple is three years  [Read More…]

Wall Street’s Predictions For Apple Tomorrow: This Could Be The Best Quarter Ever

Apple Store hype

Apple will announce its quarterly earnings for the 2012 holiday season tomorrow, and investors are nervous. The company’s stock has been on quite the roller coaster ride since its $ 700 high back in September 2012. AAPL is now trading right around $ 500, which is the lowest it has been in more than six months.

Recent reports have said that demand for products like the iPhone is faltering. That’s  [Read More…]

Wall Street’s Predictions For Apple Tomorrow: This Could Be The Best Quarter Ever

Apple Store hype

Apple will announce its quarterly earnings for the 2012 holiday season tomorrow, and investors are nervous. The company’s stock has been on quite the roller coaster ride since its $ 700 high back in September 2012. AAPL is now trading right around $ 500, which is the lowest it has been in more than six months.

Recent reports have said that demand for products like the iPhone is faltering. That’s  [Read More…]