Published: 4 years ago

Great (and rare) Jony Ive interview[link]

Objects and their manufacture are inseparable. You understand a product if you understand how it’s made,” he says. “I want to know what things are for, how they work, what they can or should be made of, before I even begin to think what they should look like. More and more people do. There is a resurgence of the idea of craft.”

Published: 4 years ago

A thousand no’s for every yes

Published: 6 years ago

7 deadly sins for your apps

Published: 6 years ago

Use your iPhone as a GoPro HD replacement

Ever since I got my new bicycle, I wanted to find a way to record videos of my rides. I’m planning to make a video with a bunch of stuff I’ve done here in Miami and I thought that my bike rides could be …

Published: 6 years ago

The problem of developing for Android

This morning I saw this great chart by Michael Degusta that clearly shows Android’s poor support for its phones. This is the reason why enterprises are choosing iOS devices over Android ones. This is why many company choose to develop for iOS first. This …

Published: 6 years ago

Every single one

You can tell how much Steve Jobs impacted so many people in the tech industry looking at this screenshot from Hacker News last night: every single story on the front page was about Steve Jobs.

Published: 6 years ago

Thank you, Steve.

Published: 6 years ago

Tablets, before and after the iPad

Via @ReiVersuri

Published: 6 years ago

Possible picture of an iPhone 5

If you ask me, this look legit, and if it’s a fake, this is a pretty close guess of what the iPhone 5 will look like. Apparently this picture was taken yesterday in the office of a French operator.

Published: 6 years ago

Wondering who is making money on the Mac App Store?

Look no further than Apple. They have 9 out of 10 applications in the Top Grossing chart, also strong of the newly released Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor. I heard a lot of people complaining about the new Final Cut Pro, especially because …