It takes 40 years of user experience wizardry to build a museum app this amazing.
There’s no smoking gun, but there’s subtle yet compelling evidence that this thing is for real.
This free meditation-timer app was built by a star hacker as a labor of love.
When Twitter is down, it’s like a Snow Day on the Internet.
If you’ve wanted to try out App.net, this is the app with which to do it.
If you want one — and we think you will — you should act quickly.
As Steve Jobs said, PCs are trucks, and tablets are cars. Most people don’t drive trucks. But the ones who do need great trucks.
You can turn any modern browser window into a text notepad and save the contents. It even works on mobile browsers.
The update adds LTE support for more carriers worldwide and a few new bells and whistles.
Imagine everything that works about Apple’s closed ecosystem, but made available on any platform, including the open Web.
While Apple is certainly not the only hardware company using suppliers with bad labor practices, much of the criticism is well deserved.
We’ve gotten our hands on the non-disclosure agreement for developers attending the first Glass Foundry, and you won’t believe how intense the rules are.
While Wednesday’s critical earnings report will reflect on the health of its existing products, the smart money is on whether or not Apple’s got new magic in the pipeline.
In the quiet period ahead of the report, the usual supply chain rumors and doomsaying speculation abound.
If we’re headed for a world where hardware disappears into the background, what does Apple have left to sell?
Is the 500px takedown just the overzealous action of a new app reviewer? Or is there a whole new crackdown going on?
This means high-quality information from Google such as Zagat reviews can be easily included in location-based apps.
The next interesting kind of search is a single, personal, natural-language interface to the data sources of our choosing. Wake me then.
Having Wikivoyage as a noncommercial alternative feels like a breath of fresh air.
With the painful example of Aaron Swartz in mind, one hopes our society will learn more respect.