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|Archived Since:||April 6, 2008|
Messy Nessy: The owner of this apartment, Mrs. De Florian left Paris just before the rumblings of World War II broke out in Europe. She closed up her shutters and left for the South of France, never to return to the city again. Seven decades later she passed away at he age of 91. Show More Summary
Chris Nerney, CITEworld: So security is the main reason why Android trails Apple’s iOS in he enterprise mobile market, even as it dominates in the consumer space, and clearly Google bears the greatest responsibility for Android’s vulnerabilities. Zero evidence of this assertion in the article. Show More Summary
Amazing video; so good and so cool it almost looks fake. ?
Taylor Soper, GeekWire: But soon after publishing, we became suspicious. Pretty sure that’s the wrong order. ?
Jessica Lessin, writing for the WSJ. Headline and sub-head: “Apple Has an Identity Crisis: Is It a Hardware Company or a Software Firm?” It’s not Apple that is confused. It’s investors. They could have run this headline/subhead at any point in the last 37 years. ?
Third paragraph from Jungah Lee’s report for Bloomberg, “LG Display Profit Misses Estimates on Stalling Apple Sales”: “Apple is losing dominance and will likely delay launching a successor to the iPhone 5 until at least September,” Harrison Cho, an analyst for Seoul-based Samsung Securities Co., said before the earnings release. Show More Summary
MarketWatch: The iPhone monthly ad share grew 12 percent in the first quarter of this year and now accounts for more than 50 percent of mobile ad spending, according to the report released Thursday by MoPub, a mobile ad exchange that allows app publishers and advertisers to engage in bidding for advertisements. Show More Summary
Min-Jeong Lee, reporting for the WSJ: LG Display Co. swung to a net profit in the first quarter as ablet screen sales to Apple Inc. increased, and analysts said the South Korean display maker’s fortunes this year will be closely ied to demand for the U.S. Show More Summary
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Yet another really nice weather app, and a clever use of Flickr. I’d say synergy if the word hadn’t been co-opted by dumb people trying to sound important. ?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt on the “Apple should fire Tim Cook” nonsense being floated: Make no mistake, the people who want Tim Cook’s head on a spike are not friends of Apple. As far as I know, he still has the deep respect of the analysts...Show More Summary
Susan Kare, still at the top of the pixel-art game. ?
Dan Lyons: I’ve also spent the past few years writing “articles” that were less and less interesting — they were basically just SEO chum hrown out onto the internet in hopes of catching traffic. No shit. ?
Frank Seward, writing for NPR’s All Tech Considered: Frank Lee is the man behind this gigantic version of Pong. He’s a professor at Drexel University and the co-founder of the school’s Game Design Program. Spectators gathered about a half-mile away to watch from the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Show More Summary
Do me a favor. Read Rob Enderle’s latest column. Think about it. Serious question: Is he really this much of an idiot, or, is he a sublimely masterful troll? I honestly can’t tell. ?
Writing for the Time 100: What the competitors don’t seem to understand is you cannot get people this smart to work this hard just for money. Jony is Obi-Wan. His team are Jedi whose nobility depends on the pursuit of greatness overShow More Summary
Josh Elman, writing on Medium: Facebook is celebrating all the wrong things. It advocates tuning out the people around you to see what else is happening that must be more interesting elsewhere. It foments FOMO. And it makes Facebook Home look like the best possible way to be the least present. ?
“Kellex”, writing for Droid Life, “Twitter Launches Music Service, Continues to Forget That Android Exists”: Twitter made their new music service official this morning with an announcement and then release on…iOS. As you can tell, and...Show More Summary