🧘🏻♂️Steven Sinofsky on Twitter: "1/ Apple has a software problem. Here's how it plans …
1/ Apple has a software problem. Here's how it plans to fix it. https://t.co/dJaikfRhs7 via @markgurman // Let’s take a step back and talk about the broader context and product development at scale. Lots follows…— m_pszStevenSinofsky (@stevesi) February 12, 2018
My Must-Have iOS Apps & Web Services, 2016 Edition
(View full size) 2016 has been the year that I got used to iOS as my primary computing platform. After years of slowly transitioning from macOS, 2016 was all about optimizing my workflows and getting the most out of my iPhone and iPad. As I documented in two stories – one in February, the other […]
Dear Consumers Who Apparently Think the Current Drama Surrounding eBooks is Like a Football Game
Please stop, seriously. You're driving me a little bit nuts. Amazon is not on your side. Neither is Apple, or Barnes & Noble, or Google, or Penguin or Macmillan. These are all corporations, not sports teams, and with the exception of Macmillan, they are publicly owned. They have a fiduciary duty to their shareholders to maximize value. You…
SOPA is All Fun And Games Until NBC Rips Off Apple
Reality TV is a harsh business. One minute everyone is glued to Jersey Shore, the next you’re looking at a canceled series and a backlog of ‘GTL’ shirts cluttering up the company store. One of the perennial favorites of the genre is Extreme Home Makeover, an ABC property that has a team building a house for a […]
Apple executives rarely lob softballs to pundits and the rumor mill. But Jobs posthumously floated a whopper by allowing Walter Isaacson to quote that he “finally cracked it,” in reference to a mythical Apple HDTV. Some decent pieces have been written about the features an Apple HDTV could have and the c
AirParrot - AirPlay your Mac's screen to AppleTV
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Apple gets back to basics in Mac OS X Lion | Macworld
Apple has always touted the Mac as the "computer for the rest of us," wearing its reputation on its shoulder for designing intuitive interfaces and great experiences. But there have always been parts of Mac OS X where those claims just don't hold up. Lion is designed to fix that.