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In advance of the App Center's launch, Facebook has added two new metrics to Insights for developers to better gauge user interaction with their apps: App Ratings and Negative Feedback.
A team at MIT has come up with three prototype wallets that shrink, expand, buzz and tighten up according to the state of the owner's bank balance
Three patent applications made by Apple were published on Thursday, covering technologies including haptics, fingerprint recognition and RFID.The haptic feedback patent, if approved, would bring the iPhone (and possibly other Apple devices) in line with rival handsets, which already provide localised tactile feedback in, for example, an on-screen soft keyboard.
A patent application filed by Apple in February 2008 for multi-touch display screen with localized tactile feedback indicates that the company is researching haptic feedback for possible inclusion in the iPhone and iPod touch.
I was traveling the eastern seaboard all of last week, visiting family, friends, and old work colleagues in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, so I didn't have much opportunity to provide feedback to what had become the most heavily discussed blog post I have yet generated.Two weeks ago, people got all hot and bothered because Apple appeared to have posted and retracted a recommendation that people run anti-virus software on their Mac.
Guess2Glory is a simple but highly addictive challenge game. ObjectiveThe objective is to attain heights of Glory by correctly guessing...
A few weeks ago I wondered (out loud) about how Leopard would be received by the masses. Like Vista is long awaited, like Vista the launch was delayed, and like Vista, I got the impression that Apple rushed a bit to get it out of the door because the Mac fanboys were getting restless. Leopard debuted to some really glowing reviews written by some of Apple's biggest and most widely read fanboys, but now that the OS is in the hands the people that really matter, the feedback is far from glowing.
COMMENTARY--Last week's column generated qualitatively remarkable feedback,divided into two clearly delineated camps: the Cocoa/Mac OS Xproselyte faction, and existing Mac developers. The former groupcalled me names and wanted to know why I was maligning Apple, thelatter group thought I was either quite balanced or too nice.
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