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June 2, 2014
breakingnews:

Apple announces new programming language
The Verge: At Apple’s  annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco the company announced a new programming language, Swift.Coders will be able to see the results of their programming in real time as they write the code. The announcement drew cheers from the conference audience.Apple also announced iOS 8, which includes interactive notifications and new messaging tools, and a new version of OS X called Yosemite. The company also showed off updates to iCloud, a new health app and App Store features for developers.
Follow Apple updates on Breaking News. 
Photo: Apple’s Craig Federighi introduces Swift.

Basically they just made the developers really happy. This means better apps, so this is something to look forward to.

breakingnews:

Apple announces new programming language

The Verge: At Apple’s  annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco the company announced a new programming language, Swift.

Coders will be able to see the results of their programming in real time as they write the code. The announcement drew cheers from the conference audience.

Apple also announced iOS 8, which includes interactive notifications and new messaging tools, and a new version of OS X called Yosemite. The company also showed off updates to iCloud, a new health app and App Store features for developers.

Follow Apple updates on Breaking News.

Photo: Apple’s Craig Federighi introduces Swift.

Basically they just made the developers really happy. This means better apps, so this is something to look forward to.

(via laughterkey)

15:48 // 3 months ago
May 11, 2014
Evidence you should jailbreak your iPad: There’s an jailbreak app for it that allows you to multitask. Whoa.

Evidence you should jailbreak your iPad: There’s an jailbreak app for it that allows you to multitask. Whoa.

22:25 // 4 months ago
February 8, 2014
I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours from now, I will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down. I cannot take this anymore.
The creator of Flappy Bird is taking down his hit game, despite its massive popularity. Crap, there goes my Saturday.
15:43 // 7 months ago
October 29, 2013

BBM is proving to be quite a bit more popular than actual BlackBerry phones

  • 10M users signed up for BlackBerry’s BBM service during the first 24 hours that the traditionally BlackBerry-exclusive messaging service was available for download on Android and iOS last week.
  • 20M new users joined the BBM service during its first week outside of the BlackBerry ecosystem, bringing the new total to 80 million, a 33 percent increase from the 60 million previously registered for BBM. source

» By the way: Apparently one of the suitors for the on-the-market company is Facebook. Ponder that for a few minutes.

15:14 // 10 months ago
August 9, 2013

"Breaking" news: Companies that sell smartphones are really petty

  • last week Apple, facing a potential ban of some of its older iOS devices, successfully petitioned the Obama administration to veto a decision by the International Trade Commission that would have banned the import of the company’s devices into the U.S., due to the company violating patents its competitor, Samsung, owned. The Obama administration said that the patents were fundamental to the creation mobile devices and were being abused by Samsung. It was the first time the president vetoed an ITC patent decision since 1987.
  • this week The tables have turned. In another patent case involving Samsung’s Galaxy devices, the ITC found the company in violation of Apple’s patents, putting them in danger of an import ban. One major difference here: The patents Apple was accused of violating? Seen as essential. The patents Samsung’s accused of violating? Not essential, though Samsung says it can easily modify software to get around the issue. Anyone like it when companies fight in public? source
18:48 // 1 year ago
June 14, 2013
techcrunch:

I think we can all agree this is better than Apple’s iOS 7 redesign, right?


97,000 views of this photo on Dribbble, which is a record. But this points to the problem the upcoming iteration of the iOS visual interface currently has. Apple added too many thin lines — a no-no when trying to simplify — when really they needed to focus on simple shapes. And that an undergraduate design student came up with this is pretty impressive.

techcrunch:

I think we can all agree this is better than Apple’s iOS 7 redesign, right?

97,000 views of this photo on Dribbble, which is a record. But this points to the problem the upcoming iteration of the iOS visual interface currently has. Apple added too many thin lines — a no-no when trying to simplify — when really they needed to focus on simple shapes. And that an undergraduate design student came up with this is pretty impressive.

12:59 // 1 year ago
June 10, 2013
This is supposedly what iOS7 looks like, according to 9to5Mac. Note: This was created by someone who mocked up the design based on something they saw, which is why it looks like something a 10-year-old designed. By the way, WWDC is today and E3 is this week.

This is supposedly what iOS7 looks like, according to 9to5Mac. Note: This was created by someone who mocked up the design based on something they saw, which is why it looks like something a 10-year-old designed. By the way, WWDC is today and E3 is this week.

10:12 // 1 year ago
May 10, 2013

Some design agency spent a lot of time coming up with a rough concept of what iOS 7 probably isn’t going to look like. But let’s just say it looks kind of cool.

12:35 // 1 year ago
April 24, 2013
8:35 // 1 year ago
March 27, 2013
23:07 // 1 year ago