Tag Archive: Years


Timbuk2: 25 years of sewin’ bags in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — Twenty-five years ago, a bike messenger sat in his garage and used an old-school Singer sewing machine to stitch his mark on the world. That bike messenger was Rob Honeycutt, and the bags he made in 1989… Read more ›

This year’s iPad Air will reportedly come in gold

2014 will be the year the iPad turns golden, according to a new report from Bloomberg. After introducing gold as a color option in the iPhone lineup with the 5s last year, the second-gen iPad Air will reportedly also be offered… Read more ›

The internet offers users a wealth of applications. From social media, to shopping, to banking, you can do pretty much anything online. With every website you join, however, you need to have a login name and password and, with passwords… Read more ›

Macworld is closing its doors. Parent company IDG has laid off much of its staff, including longtime employee and Editorial Director Jason Snell. First published in 1984, Macworld has played a historic role in covering Apple since its early days. The… Read more ›

Remember your desk from the 80′s? If you were even alive back then it probably featured an old Macintosh surrounded by a disgusting mess of dictionaries, letters,  telephone, fax machine, and probably even a Rolodex. But thanks to the rapid… Read more ›

If you’ve ever been hacked and had your identity stolen, then you already know the importance of protecting yourself online. If you haven’t been the victim of identity theft, don’t allow yourself to become one. For a limited time only,… Read more ›

Apple’s new programming language Swift might be a hit with coders, but bringing it to developers wasn’t quite as speedy a process as its name implies. Chris Lattner, director of Apple’s Developer Tools department, has updated his personal website with… Read more ›

Monday’s fantastic WWDC keynote was the most significant product introduction since Steve Jobs unveiled the original iPad in 2010. But this time, the revolutionary product wasn’t hardware — it was software. The surprisingly well-executed event demonstrated two things: 1. Steve… Read more ›

Protecting user privacy and sensitive information might drive Snapchat’s disappearing messages, but the Federal Trade Commission is keeping its eye on the company just in case! The FTC has announced that it is settling with Snapchat after an investigation into… Read more ›