I’m amazed how often the question ‘What’s your favorite iPhone/iPad app?’ comes up. Well, for all those who are interested, here’s my current favorite iOS app … and it’s not Angry Birds!
Yes, we know that Apple is probably maybe releasing an iPad Mini soon. It’s not an iPhone, but larger. It’s not an iPad, but smaller. It’s…the Mini.
Prepare yourself for thousands of parodies about the product, but this one is just too good not to post.
When done right, brands can go way beyond a static marketing symbol — they take on a life of their own, and immerse themselves into customers’ psyches. Take the number of people who have had a Nike swoosh (or a BMW logo, or even a Facebook ‘Like’ button) tattooed onto their bodies.
They’ve been hinting at it for more than a year now. Rovio has long said that the Angry Birds universe isn’t limited to the vantage point of the birds. The pigs, in fact, have a long backstory.
And this is the month where they’ll finally be able to tell it with ‘Bad Piggies’ upcoming release on Sept. 27.
If you were wondering what Google was going to do with the newly acquired Zagat, just check out your Google+ page. The search giant has added a little kick to Maps and to your general search functions on the site. You’ll now find Zagat’s point system in place and will automatically pop up in search results when looking for your favorite resaurant or hot spot.
Apple’s making commercials again, but this time they’re really really good. If you’re not sold on picking up an iPhone 5 yet, these ads spotted by Macstories will probably get you stoked.
Each ad has a theme and a one word name. The ads show off different capabilities of the iPhone 5, and I must say that they’re extremely compelling.
It’s been some four months since I’m not using my favorite Distro (Arch Linux), I’m now using Debian.
All started because I’ve made some changes to my Arch Linux computer, and it stopped working, I needed something to work, and because the installation process of Arch Linux is not that easy or at least not that fast, I decided to go with Debian.