The Information published some information about what Scott Forstall has been up to—Business Insider relayed some of the news:
Amir Efrati at new technology site The Information is reporting that Forstall spent the year traveling to Italy and South Africa. He also advised a few startups, and became more philanthropically involved, focusing on education, poverty, and human rights.
Unlike other match 3 games that just match, at Primary University, you’ll learn to mix primary colors (Red, Blue and Yellow) to create secondary colors (Green, Orange and Purple) to make matches, create power-ups and solve puzzles.
People will have fun with this, no doubt. It’s made for iPhone and iPad.
Sharecare on Monday launched AskMD, an iPhone app designed to allow you to collect information about symptoms of your ailment, learn about the common causes and even connect you to local doctors to be treated. [...]
Multi-Grammy award-winning artist LeAnn Rimes just released the new video for “Gasoline and Matches,” a single from her latest album, Spitfire. The video for the song, which also features Rob Thomas and Jeff Beck, was shot entirely on an iPhone, according to Rimes. [...]
Last night I posted a link outlining my annoyance with being bothered by apps that prompt—some would say nag—users to “Rate the App.” I received quite a few tweets and emails from developers explaining why they do it. [...]
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I had my first quarterly review a few weeks ago. Things didn’t go very well. Though I had exceeded a few of the goals that we set up when I started, there was one key area in which I had undoubtedly failed. That failure led to a stern discussion with my VP of Biz Dev (my direct boss) and the CEO (his boss).
According to research from Parks Associates, Apple is the top brand in a wide range of categories, including tablets, laptops, smartphones, home networking routers, MP3 players, and streaming media devices.
So basically, Apple isn’t the top brand in cars and hockey sticks.
He leans forward. I can feel his breath in my ear.
“I’ve touched everybody on the nose, man,” he says, quietly. “There ain’t nobody I can’t touch on the nose.” He tilts to one side and says, “I know what you’re thinking. Just relax.” A while later, he says, “If I can touch you, I can kill you.”
Holy shit that must have been scary. The article is seven pages long, so plan ahead.