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Tim Cook Drops Shipping Date and More At WSJDLive

Tim Cook dropped more than a few bombs at the Wall Street Journal’s technology conference, WSJDLive. He disclosed the numbers for Apple Music, and dropped a hint about the possible car. Or just doubled down on CarPlay, I’ll let you decide. The most important news was that we were going to finally get to order the next apple TV next week:Mr. Cook also said that the new version of Apple » Read More

iPod Enters Its Awkward Teenage Years

Sorry for the relative radio silence this week, but I did want to make sure that I did a quick post on the product that likely brought more than a few a few of us into the Apple community, the iPod. Introduced fourteen years ago today, this was the product that made Apple cool. Dancing shadows, a couple of indie darlings, and a dozen or so iPhones later, and Apple is still cool. Sadly the iPod en » Read More

Recommended Read: Apple’s Jony Ive and Vogue’s Anna Wintour: Machines can build beautiful things

In an ongoing series of Jony Ive’s argument that tech can converge with fashion, he gives an interview along with Anna Wintour from Vouge, and Andrew Bolton from the Costume Institute. Christina Warren from Mashable gets them to talk about the Apple Watch, timeless designs, and  the future of design aided by 3D printers.What we designed was a system not a singular product,” Ive told m » Read More

Armello Blends Storybook Visuals With Fantasy Gameplay

Armello is the sort of game that I think exemplifies what’s great about indie development. The game combines strategy RPGs and board games into something really unique. There’s a bit of a story too, most of which you pick up from a prolouge that introduces you to each of the four factions: Wolves, Rabbits, Rats, and Bears. Each clan is fighitng to take over the kingdom after the king, a Lion, is » Read More

Fifth-Generation iPad Production To Begin In July-August?

Earlier rumours suggested that the fifth-generation iPad could launch as early as April, but a new report from DigiTimes is claiming that production of the next full-sized iPad will actually begin in July-August, citing the usual Taiwan-based supply chain makers as sources.Consistent with other rumours though, the report also says the new iPad will be lighter and thinner than the fourth-generatio » Read More

Flipboard 2.0 Brings More Content, Lets You Create Your Own Magazines

Flipboard 2.0 is finally here, bringing a little something for everyone in a new Pinterest-like style. Flipboard 2.0 brings more content than ever and also a new partnership with Etsy. The most exciting part of the update is the ability to create your own magazine from your search results.For the first time, Flipboard users can collect and save articles, photos, audio and video and organize them » Read More

In China, An iPad And Foxconn Contract Is Considered Art

There are a lot of things that qualify as art that perplexes my mind these days. Kazimir Malevich, Barnett Newman, and other artists come to mind. I can usually appreciate the paintings, but when it comes to showing off an iPad in a Chinese Museum, I’m just left confused.The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing has begun displaying an iPad, as well as a white uniform, badges, and c » Read More

Average Size Of iOS Apps Increasing, Especially In Games Category

According to a new research study by ABI Research, the average size of iOS apps have increased by 16 percent between March and September 2012. The study also showed that the size of iOS game apps have increased even faster, growing 42 percent in the same time period.With this increase, the average app size is now 23 MB, and the average game app is now up to 60MB. This increase in size is assumed » Read More