We’ve talked a lot on ReadWriteStart about how design is an important facet of the development of a web applications for startups. Last week we provided some advice on how to deal with irate customers who hate your design changes, and earlier this month we talked about how small design tweaks can have big impacts of the use of your site.
UPDATE: Nikki Richardson, VP Corporate Communications at Monster Worldwide has replied to our e-mail saying that the company is in the process of contacting users but can not disclose specific details of the breach right now. If you’re interested in reading the entire communication, please scroll down to the end of the post.
Apple fans and the technology press have been wondering aloud for months about what new features will be included in the next iteration of the iPhone. As the iPhone 5’s rumored October launch gets closer, that speculation grows more feverish, as details are leaked and rumors turn into facts.
We’re reaching that point with the iPhone 5 (or is…
Loic Le Meur’s video chat service Seesmic is announcing tonight that it has acquired leading 3rd party Twitter client Twhirl. Seesmic is still in closed Alpha status right now – though we have invites if you’d like them: email email@example.com with the word Seesmic in the subject line and we’ll send you one.
The medical wearable devices market is expected to grow over 16% by 2023 thanks to seniors with more money to spend on technology to ease their chronic pain and diabetes. MedGadget reports that the worldwide medical wearables market is expected to increase from $2.73 billion in 2014 to $10.7 billion by 2023, amounting to a… Read more »