New “iOS Blocks” Concept Video Imagines How Widgets Could Work On The iPhone And iPad

A new iOS concept video and extremely detailed explanation from UX and graphic designer Jay Machalani imagines how Apple’s iOS operating system could have its own version of Android’s widgets or Windows Phone’s “Live Tiles,

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New “iOS Blocks” Concept Video Imagines How Widgets Could Work On The iPhone And iPad

A new iOS concept video and extremely detailed explanation from UX and graphic designer Jay Machalani imagines how Apple’s iOS operating system could have its own version of Android’s widgets or Windows Phone’s “Live Tiles,

Smartphone Makers Need To Put An End To Distracted Driving

I’m cruising down the road at 45 mph when – ka-ching! – the sound of a cash register blares out from my iPhone. It’s one of now several deal-finding apps I have installed that alert me to nearby sales at local stores. I love the functionality they provide,

Disney, A Mobile Company

In the central corridor of the animation building at Disney Studios there is a gold-leafed cupola hovering directly over a marble inlay of Steamboat Willie, the movie considered to be the debut of Mickey Mouse. If you stand under the dome and speak, you’ll hear your voice reverberate.

FireEye explains their new security operating system release and the drawbacks of signature based de

Greg Day, VP and CTO of FireEye explains the background behind the FireEye Inc. company, their operating system and the security concerns their latest release hopes to address.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Facebook, Oculus And The Future Of Virtual Reality

Editor’s note: Dan Kaplan helps startups tell their stories. He’s done marketing for Twilio, Asana and Salesforce and blogs about marketing, growth, and storytelling at Threadling.Imagine a scene:You’re in your chair at home, the latest Oculus VR headset encircling your head,

Interviews: Andrew "bunnie" Huang Answers Your Questions

A while ago you had a chance to ask Andrew "bunnie" Huang about hardware, hacking and his open source hardware laptop Novena. Below you'll find his answers to those questions. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

How Magic Leap Is Secretly Creating a New Alternate Reality

Don't you hate it when someone claims to have a magical new technology, but won't tell you how it works? When I saw that a super stealthy startup called Magic Leap had raised $542 million to make animals appear out of thin air, I resolved to find out exactly what was going on. Here's what I found.

East of Palo Alto’s Eden

What if Silicon Valley had emerged from a racially integrated community? Would the technology industry be different?  Would we? And what can the technology industry do now to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past?

The Current State of Smart Locks

I've been following the smart lock market with great interest. There are some odd ideas, common mistakes, and a lot of hyperbole, but also intrepid engineering, smart marketing and a level playing field.

Drew Houston to upload his thoughts at TC Disrupt SF in September

Dropbox is a critically important tool for more than 500 million people. The company launched back in 2007 and founder and CEO Drew Houston has spent the last decade growing Dropbox to the behemoth it is today. During that time, Houston has made some tough decisions. A few years ago,

Europe eyes boosting data re-use and funds for AI research

The European Union’s executive body, the EC, has taken a first pass at drawing up a strategy to respond to the myriad socio-economic challenges around artificial intelligence technology — including setting out steps intended to boost investment, support education and training,

Snapchat launches AR selfie games called Snappables

Snapchat wants to let you play its augmented reality Lenses, not just play dress-up. Today it launched Snappables — AR games that use your touch, motion, and facial expressions to compete for high scores or in literal head-to-head multiplayer matchups.

Google debuts a standalone to-do app, Google Tasks

Along with today’s big reveal of the redesigned version of Gmail, Google also more quietly introduced a new app that ties into its suite of productivity applications: Google Tasks. The app, as the name implies, offers you a dedicated place to create, view and edit your task list and to-do’s,

Hasura snares $1.6 M seed for developer-focused Kubernetes solution

Kubernetes has gained in popularity quickly over the last 18 months, but like many highly technical solutions it requires a level of expertise many companies are lacking.

Rockerbox acquires calendar marketing startup Eventable

Rockerbox has acquired Eventable, bringing two digital marketing startups together. Rockerbox’s technology includes attribution measurement to determine which ads are driving sales, as well as what it calls a Recency Marketing Platform,

Podcast app Castbox raises $13.5 million, launches its own original programming

Riding high on the growing consumer demand for podcasts, a startup called Castbox this morning announced the close of $13.5 million in Series B funding for its technology-fueled podcast app. The round was led by SIG China, and includes participation from existing investors IDG Capital,

ExactTarget Co-Founder Scott Dorsey Steps Down As CEO, COO McCorkle Steps Up

A changing of the guard at ExactTarget, the email and digital marketing company that Salesforce acquired last year for $2.5 billion, its biggest acquisition to date. ExactTarget co-founder Scott Dorsey is stepping down as CEO, while Scott McCorkle, president of technology and strategy and COO,

Regarding The Sick Fixation On Detroit Blight Porn

The GooBing Detroit Tumblr chronicles the state of the crumbling metropolis. By using Google Maps images captured in 2009 and more recent pictures captured by Bing Maps in 2012, this Tumblr offers a unique view of the decay. Some areas have went from depressed to devastated in just three years.

Samsung Starts Updating The Galaxy Gear To Tizen To Give It Better Battery Life And More

The new Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch closely resembles its predecessor, the Galaxy Gear, and in fact most users might not be aware from its UI that it’s actually running a different OS than the older gadget – Tizen, vs. Android.

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今天(3月17日)有报道称,苹果工业设计高级副总裁近期乔纳森·埃维(Jonathan Ive)在接受英国《星期日泰晤士报》专访时表示,苹果正在开发一款新产品,而外界猜测,埃维所指的可能就是iWatch或iOS8系统——当然,也有可能是一款搭载iOS 8系统的iWatch。

If Other Professionals Slacked Off Like You

Ugh, surviving a full day at your job is so difficultThe boredom of double-clicking an Excel doc sends you looking for something more exciting to do. You then find yourself in a spiral of checking Instagram or looking up random facts about Mean Girls on IMDB. And like a flash,

Map shows which country has the most sex and which has the longest sex

I'm proud to be an American where at least I know...we bone the most. At least according to this map which measures the frequency of sex and duration of sex by country. We don't have the longest sex though, that honor goes to Australia.

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9月10日,大屏幕iPhone、移动支付以及一款智能腕表,苹果终于兑现了关于公司移动业务未来发展的承诺。在此次的发布会上,苹果发布了两款智能手机产品,4.7英寸的iPhone 6及5.

An 80-Foot Tree Sculpture in Paris Looks a Lot Like a Giant Butt Plug

Shield your eyes, art aficionadosA giant inflatable sculpture was erected in Place Vendôme in Paris, France, on Oct. 16, and ever since, it has been making waves for locals and tourists alike. The reason may be fairly obvious: The sculpture, called "Tree," looks suspiciously like giant butt plug.

CrunchWeek: Taylor Swift Shakes Off Spotify, Sean Rad Gets Demoted

This week New York-based TechCrunchers Jordan Crook and Anthony Ha Skyped in to chat about Taylor Swift removing her back catalog of music from Spotify and Sean Rad’s removal from the CEO position at Tinder. Read More

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