Let’s face it. If you’re not a math nerd, then spreadsheets are dull as dirt. But a new iOS app called Grid is changing the definition of what a spreadsheet is, making it a dazzling, intuitive tool for practically anything you can imagine.
Archives for August 2012
Twitter is about to implement strict new rules about what kinds of apps can access their API. In English, this means one thing: your favorite Twitter app may soon stop working.
What do you do with your old Apple devices? Do you (gasp!) throw them away? These clever Apple fans have repurposed their old stuff, finding new life for beautiful products of yesteryear.
Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social networking sites and one can attribute this rapid growth to just how much fun it is to pin photos while also sharing your thoughts along with these images. It’s a vision board for the digital age. But despite its popularity, Pinterest has been quite slow in its […]
Meet the Padintosh. It decks out your iPad 2 or 3 with retro Apple style, giving it the appearance of an original Macintosh.
Looking for a high-end iPad bag? Look no further. “The Indy,” by WaterField Designs, might just be the best of the best.
Software maker Andy Hertzfeld yesterday posted a very old Apple commercial that never aired. It’s a fascinating blast from the past.
Here’s news that won’t surprise anyone, especially Apple fans. According to research conducted by IDC (a market research company), Apple’s iPad is still the overwhelming market leader in the tablet market. Based on tablet shipments for the second quarter of 2012, the iPad accounted for 68 percent of the market. The tablet market, overall, has […]
I’ve identified eight basic geometric shapes that Apple comes back to time and again in their product designs. Can you guess them all?
The latest information to come from the Apple v. Samsung patent trial is about Apple’s marketing strategy. The media would have you believe that this is some huge revelation, but it’s just affirmation of what Apple fans have known for years.