Heard about the stunning “mothership” campus that Apple wants to build as its new HQ?Â Here’s a complete run-down, along with a gallery full of artist renderings showing exactly what this architectural wonder will look like.
Archives for June 2011
Today, you can discover the best way to approach a new business contact, learn all about the night sky, watch classic movies for free, and become a poker pro. Along with eleven great games. And all free for today only.
If you have an iPad, you have to contend with the virtual keyboard. And chances are, you hate the blasted thing. Typing without the tactile feedback of actual keys is a drag, and it doesn’t help that the keyboard appears to be very limited in what it can do. But appearances can be deceiving. Turns […]
It’s a good day to be an iPhone owner, because every app (save one) in today’s batch of free-for-today-only apps is iPhone-friendly! You’ll find a nifty tip calculator, a quicker way of taking pictures, and a time saver for people who hate being on the phone. And games, of course. Lots of games.
Simple and addictive. These are the two words that keep coming to mind when trying to describe Flowpaper. I’ve really never seen anything quite like it. Pick the color of your canvas. Start drawing with a single finger, and lines will appear, following what you trace. But those lines quickly take on a life of […]
Expand your vocabulary, learn HTML, kill zombies in the bloodiest manner possible, and more — all in today’s selections of temporarily-free apps!
It’s an odd Friday when there’s such a lean selection of free apps. Still, you’ll find some intriguing new games, a Mac app that will turn your photos into ASCII-style text art, and an interactive art app based on particle animations.
Lion is bringing 250 changes to your Mac, representing a fundamental shift in how you interact with your computer. You’ve probably heard that Lion is going to make your Mac more iPad-like, and that OS X and iOS could be starting down the path toward eventually merging into a single operating system for all Apple […]
A unique ebook about FDR’s presidency. An app for digitizing old film negatives. A bunch of clever games. It’s all in today’s edition of free-for-a-limited-time apps!
What a collection we have for you today… Hope you’ve got room on your virtual bookshelf, because there’s practically a whole library of Vooks (ebooks with embedded, contextual videos) available, along with a traditional Chinese stringed instrument, and an app that automatically generates both the portrait and landscape images you need to make one of […]