A lot has been said about how newspapers need to embrace the Internet and tablets in order to survive. Apparently, this newspaper has already figured out how to embed interactive features in paper. Bravo!
The New York Times teamed up with a Chinese magazine to see how the Chinese feel about Foxconn, Apple, and the how their factory workers are treated. The results might not surprise you, but they will remind you that there's more cost to your iPad than what's on the price tag.
We all sing-a-long to our favorite songs. Maybe it's in the car. Maybe it's in the shower. Maybe it's at your company's karaoke party and you're trying your best to sing Once Bitten, Twice Shy even though you don't really like the song. Wherever you're singing, there's a good chance you're singing it wrong. Here's an app that'll fix that and save you from the occasional "Hold me closer, Tony Danza."
You're probably wondering just how many social networks we need. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Path are already on my iPhone. You know what, let's add another. The latest to jump into the social pool is Highlight and it wants you to find your friends—at least potential friends—nearby. Maybe the guy down the street also loves pastrami as much you do.
Apple's doing great. Like enough money to buy a small country, tear it down, then rebuild it entirely out of Gorilla Glass, great. So it's no wonder that Tim Cook wants to talk to the assembled employees about the future.
Home Security products are expensive and created by developers that have no interest in making things easy for end users. Instead, pull that old iPhone out of a drawer and make it the spy cam you've always wanted.
The best part about Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was Darth Maul. He was scary looking and he had a wicked double-bladed lightsaber. Why did Darth Maul have to die? Why? As a tribute, LucasArts just released an app that'll let you sith yourself up. Darth Maul will live on in all of us, just as Darth Sidious intended.
There are laws, PSAs, and nagging family members out there trying to keep us from using our phones while driving. Scosche's cellCONTROL is a clever device that'll actually block the use of distracting apps and the phone whenever a car is moti
You know what cropping does. What AntiCrop does is attempt to restore some of the missing image at the edge of your photos. Like magic. Some zombies get thrown into minesweeper and fly around in an over-head shooter with super-bright colours. So many colours.
Some street artists paint awesome murals. Some leave thought-provoking installations in public spaces. That's pretty cool. But Russian artist Pavel Puhov uses urban objects as his muse—in a very serious way.