Tag Archive: Works

With just days to go before free Apple Music trials start to expire, Cupertino is finally getting serious about explaining exactly how its streaming music service works. A new wave of “guided tour” videos demystifies Apple Music’s functionality and features — but will this marketing and educational push be too little, too late to stop […]

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

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Google’s smartwatch platform, Android Wear, has officially gained support for iPhones. The Android Wear for iOS app is currently rolling out and anyone with an iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus can start using the Android Wear app at last. Just make sure you’re running iOS 8.2 or later. The move […]

The Apple Watch isn’t completely waterproof, so it makes sense that you won’t find a swimming option in the Workouts app. But that hasn’t stopped one development team from building their own way to track aquatic exercises on the wearable.… Read more ›

Apple completely removed all ports from the new MacBook except for a solitary USB Type-C that was mocked by fanboys across the world, but now that Intel has taken the wraps off of the new Thunderbolt 3 protocol, new MacBook… Read more ›

How Wunderlist works on the Apple Watch

Wunderlist is already one of the best apps to get things done on your iPhone, and soon, it will be just as good on the Apple Watch. In a post on their official blog, Berlin-based Wunderlist developer 6Wunderkinder goes into… Read more ›

About the only you can’t print on a 3D printer is a time machine. However, the creators at Formlabs have managed to bring forward a staple from many 1950s living rooms. OK, so 3D printing a miniaturized replica of a… Read more ›

Salavat Fidai is working proof that artists need not create large pieces to make a name for themselves. Much of what he creates is no bigger than the tip of a pencil — literally. Under the glow of a single… Read more ›

Long-exposure photographer works on his light moves

Just when you think there is little left to reveal with photography, Stephen Orlando comes along and shines a new light – ribbons of light to be exact – on motion. To imagine the push-and-pull sweep of a kayak stroke… Read more ›

Of the many podcasting apps available for iOS, Overcast on iOS is one of our favorites. Programmed by Instapaper and The Magazine founder Marco Arment, it’s a slick podcasting app with some unique tricks up its sleeves, like smart speed,… Read more ›

While Apple Pay is technically limited to the United States, iPhone owners around the world are having luck using the service with cards issued in the U.S. Reports out of Australia show Apple Pay working like normal at NFC terminals… Read more ›