Twitter: 1; Beats: 0 That is, according to Fletcher Babb of VentureBeat. To be honest, I didn’t know about the new headphones until I read Babb’s article. Called “Convertible”, the headphones are made by Muzik, a startup backed by Twitter. What’s the connection between a social media platform and headphones, you may ask. No-brainer answer…
Gone are the days of camping out for days in front of your friendly neighborhood Apple Store for the newest iPhone, but those who want to be the first still click away frantically to pre-order their unit. For those who pre-ordered the iPhone 6s, it won’t be till Friday that they’ll get theirs (earliest). But […]
iOS 9 brings quite a bunch of changes, many of which we’ve been looking forward to for months. One of the biggest things that have stirred up Apple users, though is the new iOS 9 font, making the hearts of Helvetica lovers seize up. The new font, named San Franciso, has elicited mixed reactions – […]
Twitter has released its 2014 fourth quarter user growth numbers, and everyone is saying that they are rather disappointing. Especially the guys at Twitter. Quite surprisingly, the reason for the user loss is very simple. At least according to chief executive officer Dick Costolo, who says that “unforeseen bug in the release of iOS 8 […]
I have a secret: I didn’t stay up to watch the livestream of WWDC or follow any live blogging coverage. I have a perfectly good excuse, but I won’t go there. (I live in the future, by the way, relative to North America.) Image source From what I have heard, seen, and heard again when […]
Take a look at this quick gallery culled from on-site images uploaded to Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr straight from MacWorld, which is happening right now in San Francisco.
Twitter is about to implement strict new rules about what kinds of apps can access their API. In English, this means one thing: your favorite Twitter app may soon stop working.
Thanks to our new friends at TwoDollarTuesday, we have 3 shiny new Mac App Store download codes to give away — for 3 different Mac apps. Combined, these apps represent a $37 value. Follow @applegazette to win!
Tweetbot‘s been getting a lot of love from critics and attention from the App Store, lately. I took the iPad version for a spin to see if it lives up to the hype.