Techcrunch reports that Instagram will launch video sharing on June 20th.
I pray to God that this never ever happens. That means Instagram will be even more ruined by teens and hipsters, but in this case, in form of video.
I was just happily flicking through TapBots blog and saw this out of surprise:
If you think about it, it’s not that expensive. Twenty dollars for a quality piece of software that you use every day?
Really? Not that expensive? Not everyone is a hardcore Twitter user. And plus, it’s twenty-dollars, yes, for one app, just to use a free social network.
I know this is a little old but seriously.
The Indiana Times wrote an article discussing how Apple’s next iPhone will have “finger recognition”. Samsung has had a “Face Unlock” feature in its phones since last year’s Galaxy S III. However, the phone’s camera would often unlock if it recognised a photograph of the owner.
I’m interested to see how this will work in-terms of finger recognition.
Using a friends phone (and your recognized finger) you can call and text using your private address book, the second we detach the data dissolves. You could pull up your favorite songs on the index finger, and store draft documents to your pinky.
This could somehow work.
When we began work on the next Mac Pro, we considered every element that defines a pro computer — graphics, storage, expansion, processing power, and memory. And we challenged ourselves to find the best, most forward-looking way possible to engineer each one of them. When we put it all together, the result was something entirely new. Something radically different from anything before it. Something that provides an extremely powerful argument against the status quo.
I was very surprised when I saw the revamped Mac Pro. The idea of the Thermal Core on the Mac Pro reminds me a lot of the original Cube. Overall, this looks like an incredible system—lots of power and expandability is just what the pros were looking for.
I can’t wait to give it a try.
This time, they haven’t focused on design. They’ve focussed on performance. I like that.
This is defiantly a huge change of pace for. Looks beyond beautiful though, you can’t deny that.
John states in the first sentence:
Tim Cook, one year ago, to Walt Mossberg: “We’re going to double down on secrecy on products.”
They defiantly need to begin protecting there products more. For instance, the iPhone 5 was leaked all over the internet weeks before the announcement, something needs to change.
John goes on further:
Look around you. Any street corner. Any office. Any shopping mall. Any restaurant. You will see people tapping on touchscreens. We all get it now. iOS-style computing is no longer novel; it is now the standard interaction model for personal computing.
I completely agree, Apple now have the power to really change the smart phone market, same with Mac OSX and computers.
Vesper is a simple and elegant tool for collecting notes, ideas, things to do — anything you want to remember.
Wow, they’ve defiantly taken a huge risk pricing it a $4.99 in a tough market categorie. Looks nice, though.