A fantastic list this week, jam-packed with highly original & useful tools, and plenty of fun, inventive games!
What groundbreaking game would you expect to come next from the makers of Scribblenauts? Their answer might surprise you, but in a way, it’s every bit as innovative.
Today’s big announcement from New York City is out, and it’s exactly what everyone was expecting: a new kind of textbook. But the real news comes from the big-name textbook publishers already on board, and the free and simple new book creation tool for OS X.
A few weeks ago, Apple made an announcement that it is planning to unveil something on January 19. The cryptic invitation mentioned that it will be an education related event that will be held in New York City. As is customary with any announcement Apple wants to make, everything is shrouded in secrecy and this […]
It’s quite interesting to look back at Apple’s old marketing strategies. FOr a time they were big on endorsers and testimonials and this one from 1994 catches the eye because of the Chips Ahoy box that Tim Girvin (of Girvin Design) is holding up like a spyglass. Nabisco was one of their clients. This was […]
It’s magical the way that Moonbot Studios, creators of The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore, imbue brilliant creativity and pure joy into everything they create. I have no idea how they do it, but I hope they never stop. Numberlys is a perfect melding of their glorious animation and the inventive ways they make […]
There are strong indications that Apple’s next generation tablet, the iPad 3, is already being manufactured and will probably be announced and ready to sell by March, which is just in two short months. A March 2012 release date is actually within the grounds of possibility because it is a schedule that fits with the […]
An innovative fantasy storybook about a world without letters (Numberlys), a new weekly arcade puzzler (Run Roo Run), a buzz-heavy way to access Microsoft Office from your iPad (OnLive Desktop), and much more in this week’s hottest new apps!
Today only: don’t miss out on this incredible deal for 12 high-quality apps in the Mac App Store that are priced at just $.99 each. That’s twelve bucks for a $136 value!
Apple recently confirmed rumors that it has bought Anobit, an Israel based flash storage developer. The confirmation was made by Steve Downling, Apple’s official spokesperson, to Bloomberg. But Dowling did not elaborate further on the details of the acquisition, including how much the company paid for Anobit.