This morning, in a 2 hour keynote at the new Steve Jobs Theater, Apple released a few new products. Click through for a brief update on these 4 products.
Recently, I had to go out of town. I had a pair of tickets to an event (go sharks!) and I was going to miss it. I wanted to get something for the tickets so they didn't go to waste. I sent out a group email and then started texting people one by one. It took quite a while to draft a message for each person and even longer to get a response. There had to be a better way, and there was! Using Shortcuts Keyboard,
A common phrase, “Practice what you preach” has lost its meaning among the RIT faculty. An institution that claims it is among the top in the world with world class professors, innovative techniques and academia second to none, should have no problem believing in its students. A little over a year ago I developed an iPhone application for RIT. At the time it was just what we needed – an app that could pinpoint buildings on a map, show me customizable events, and allow me to look
Tablets before and after the iPad: Similarly, here’s how Android devices have changed after the iPhone: via Andrew Warner and via Daring Fireball.
Edwin Chan of Reuters: The credit-card company has made an unspecified investment in Square, a two-year-old service that helps businesses and consumers pay with credit cards on a mobile phone or Apple Inc iPhone, both companies said in a statement. I’ve been using the Square with my iPhone since it was in beta and I love it.