It’s just as bad as you would imagine it to be.
The best part of this photo series is CNET explains some of the wonderfully nerdy science signs. My favorite is number 40.
Good news in general for pros and specifically for users who want his commercial plugin products.
I’m not usually one for recommending TV shows here but this one is so good, I feel compelled to.
In honor of yesterday’s Earth Day, watch this.
This is the part of online shopping that pisses me off the most – the blatant price gouging and fluctuations based on factors not found in brick and mortar stores.
It’s a weird ad but funny because I’ve heard these arguments and more made by dozens of potential motorcycle owners trying to convince themselves or their significant other to “let” them have a bike.
If speed is all that matters, this video is for you.
Adding words to the dictionary sounds mundane but it is actually a fascinating process.
Discovering new artists is hard for everyone – listeners and labels alike. Anything that brings awareness to new voices is probably a good thing.
There’s a lot more chaff than wheat here but it hasn’t stopped the tech press from losing their minds over what may or may not be hinted at.
While the concerns are valid, I don’t think Apple looks at it the same way Moren does. Features will get added if Apple wants to add them. Not for any profit or loss reasons. That’s not better than what Moren argues though.
This is almost as creepy as the original. Really well done editing.
On specs alone, this camera will make many sports shooters drool. The price ($4,500) puts it out of reach of most sane beginners and enthusiasts but the feature set will (slowly) make its way down the Sony line. Regardless, Sony has thrown down the gauntlet to Canon and Nikon.
Wow. This is really scary. Take a look at his example of making Apple.com’s URL look correct but end up at a potential phishing site.
In honor of Earth Day 2017, Apple has posted some interesting and (mildly) funny videos about their efforts at sustainability.
Davis is one of the most influential figures in music and this is just one of many similar exclusives Apple Music will get over the next few months and years.
The previously mentioned niece has discovered the constant fun of Instagram video. I couldn’t turn off notifications fast enough. Sorry Emily.
Icebergs are a fairly regular occurrence off Newfoundland but this one is especially huge.
My “baby” sister did this for my niece. It’s a great way to re-purpose an old iPhone and gives the child a cool new toy.
That’s a pretty big hiccup but, if anyone can do it, Apple can.
I tell all my students to check out the photographs on Flickr’s Explore page, either to see how others shot the same thing or to use it as a way to train their eye for composition and other elements.
Of course, I’m biased but, if you’re looking for a vacation this year, you’ll find a lot to like about my home country, especially on the occasion of our 150th anniversary.
This is great news for those who didn’t get the apps before now.
As a motorcyclist, I experience this on a regular basis and it really is terrifying. Please, don’t text and drive.
Adding Lampang, Thailand to the list of places I never want to go riding.
The ocean is even more terrifying than you imagined.
Is it just me or is anyone else really curious as to how he managed to steal this many phones?
Another amazing video using skills and techniques fast disappearing from our technology-focused world. I’d love to have one of these canoes.
Many will forget that one of the reasons why the original version of the Apple Stores had theater space was for events like these. Turns out, Apple didn’t need anything other than products to bring people into the stores. Sadly, it means these kinds of (possibly) interesting events are very few and far between.