Who‘s Who SA is a South African based service for professionals. While most of you are probably thinking “˜Linked-In‘, you would be right, to an extent. However, there is a difference. That it‘s of a local nature. Today, their iPhone application is available in the iTunes Store. Download Now WWSA […]
Many people have started asking when iOS will arrive on the desktop, if at all. Not to replace existing full featured operating systems, but as a secondary, simplified, high speed interface.
For the last month my iPad has changed my computing patterns quite a bit â€“ and I have to be honest not all of it is necessarily positive, so I have a bit of feedback.
Wired’s cover story for September is quite a big one – Charles Anderson argues that the Web is dead – and this might sound ridiculous. But he does make quite a few very good points.
This morning MyBroadband had an interesting article about the sales of iPhone vs Blackberry in SA. Despite the success of iPhone worldwide, somehow the handset has reached less than 1% of the SA mobile market. While this low figure is probably more to do with the SA mobile demography, I […]
Thanks to Distimo, we can look at what is the most popular apps in the various appstores of the different platforms – the report covers the Apple App Store for iPad and iPhone (with specific focus on in-app purchases), as well as BlackBerry App World (Worldwide), Google Android Market, Nokia Ovi Store, Palm App Catalog and Windows Marketplace for Mobile for June 2010 in the United States.
If you play around with the iPad at the moment it becomes pretty clear that the apps dont follow some type of guidelines on usability.
Apple just announced its new Magic Trackpad.
If you want large capacity plus fast performance, it seems like a hybrid hard drive might be the ideal middle ground before SSDs become affordable.
They have become a filter for our world. Millions of little programs. Here is the current state of all things apps on the mobile.