The 27th annual Macworld just ended a few days ago in San Francisco, and while there weren’t a ton of big headlines to come out of the event, it’s still quite the mecca for our fellow faithful brethren. Take a look at some of the weird and wonderful pics that Twitterers shared during Macworld.
Archives for January 2012
Apple’s 30-pin connector has been a staple in the company’s many mobile devices. Its universality across all of its mobile products means that you can just bring just one cable to connect your iPad, iPod or iPhone to the charger or to a PC or your Mac. It’s definitely a great convenience. But a newly […]
It’s hard to believe, but this picture-perfect recreation of an iPhone 4 seen on the web, was created with no images. It’s nothing but pure HTML. CSS 3.0, to be exact.
Several big-name franchises get new entries in this week’s batch of new apps, along with some new twists on popular game types, and a cool new app for the Oscars.
Is this it? The illusive secret of Steve Jobs’ much-hyped iTV? A patent filing discovered today describes an intuitive, touchscreen, handheld device that will replace your entire pile of TV-related remotes.
Presenting: the untold, little-known story of one of Apple’s earliest and most influential artists. Susan Kare’s place in history is among its most important and foundational, yet her body of work is comprised of something that most people take for granted and never give a second thought to.
When people get onto a heated debate about what platform is better — Android vs iOS, I always chime in and tell them that the one thing the iPhone and iPad have is a great selection of board games converted into iOS. It’s taking devs forever to port their games to Android and this is […]
Congratulations to the talented folks at Moonbot Studios for their first Oscar nomination! One of our favorite storybook apps ever, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, was also created as an animated short film. Today that short was nominated for an Academy Award. Watch it here!
It’s not like news like this would still surprise us. Apple has released their sales report for the first quarter of 2012 and as expected the company has exceeded its own projections and has broken sales records. Apple is reporting its largest revenue period yet – a whopping $46.3 billion. According to the Apple report, […]
Apple’s inexpensive new textbooks were downloaded 350,000 times in their first three days. Take a second and let that number sink in. The education revolution is in full swing.
A fantastic list this week, jam-packed with highly original & useful tools, and plenty of fun, inventive games!
What groundbreaking game would you expect to come next from the makers of Scribblenauts? Their answer might surprise you, but in a way, it’s every bit as innovative.
Today’s big announcement from New York City is out, and it’s exactly what everyone was expecting: a new kind of textbook. But the real news comes from the big-name textbook publishers already on board, and the free and simple new book creation tool for OS X.
A few weeks ago, Apple made an announcement that it is planning to unveil something on January 19. The cryptic invitation mentioned that it will be an education related event that will be held in New York City. As is customary with any announcement Apple wants to make, everything is shrouded in secrecy and this […]
It’s quite interesting to look back at Apple’s old marketing strategies. FOr a time they were big on endorsers and testimonials and this one from 1994 catches the eye because of the Chips Ahoy box that Tim Girvin (of Girvin Design) is holding up like a spyglass. Nabisco was one of their clients. This was […]