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Google’s New Phone: A Lesson In The Dangers Of Gesture-Heavy UIs

In building a minimalist UI for its much-anticipated Moto X, Google has gone too far, replacing traditional navigation tools with a host of overly complicated gestures.<p>Interacting with touch-screen devices is a process already flooded with gestures. We spend so much time swiping, pinching, poking, …

How do you design fitness trackers for the people who really need them?

Look at ads for the leading fitness tracking gadgets and you’ll see a bunch of people who don’t look the least bit like they need any help in the …

Google Launches Google Cast SDK For iOS, Android and Chrome, Lets Developers Stream Their Apps To Chromecast

Google launched its $35 Chromecast device today that allows users to stream their Chrome tabs and videos to their TVs from virtually every popular platform. In addition, Google is also launching the Google Cast SDK for developers on iOS, Android and Chrome, which will allow them to enable their …

10 Mind-Blowing Facts About Google

Given the size and scope of such a company, the Quora community had no problem providing a number of little-known yet surprising tidbits.<p>With all its tech excellence (which runs from Google Glass to the self-driving car to the internet's most beloved search engine), here are 10 mind-blowing facts …

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BitTorrent Sync Is A Dropbox Killer, Or Maybe Much More Than That

A colleague recently passed on a link to BitTorrent Sync with a note saying he planned on canceling his Dropbox account. Sync is a file storage service, one for very large files. And if you have it, you too might be reconsidering your online file storage strategy.<p>On the face of it, BitTorrent is …

Xbox rumors postmortem: What was right, what was wrong and what was missing

The time for guessing and speculation is over. This week, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, the next-generation of its gaming console set to be released later this year.<p>Over the last year or so, many outlets uncovered information believed to be about the console. Some of that information came from …

What Steve Jobs And Bill Gates Really Thought About Each Other

"He and I, in a sense, grew up together," Gates said. "We were within a year of the same age, and we were kind of naively optimistic and built big companies. And every fantasy we had about creating products and learning new things — we achieved all of it. And most of it as rivals. But we always …

GadgetellSolutions Media

18Apr/18<p>As the owner of a retail business, you’ve probably dreamed about getting some extra help. Advertising a retail job for your store(s) can …

Our workflows from Mac to iPad to iPhone and back!

Most of what we do here at iMore is write. We put words up onto the internet, and millions of them a year. Managing what we write, however, across …

Gaming's new frontier: Cancer, depression, suicide

How "empathy" games are striving to make powerful emotional connections<p>Brian Ramage has made traditional hardcore games for all his professional life, and still does. He recently encountered a very different kind of experience, one that altered his view of what games can achieve.<p>Attending the Game …

Can Video Games Teach Our Daughters To Be Rich?

If you haven’t read Amanda Steinberg’s Wall Street Jounal piece, “Princess Daughter Redux,” I highly recommend it. She calls for video games that will nurture “little girls into self-sufficient women.” She writes:<p>When my son plays games, he collects coins. He learns lessons about money and commerce …

Microsoft Launches 'Kodu' Game Design Challenge For Younger Kids

If you’re acquainted with a kid between the ages of nine and eighteen, encourage them to start designing games and enter Microsoft’s Imagine Cup Kodu Challenge.<p>Kodu is software that enables kids to design video games using a simple visual programming language. Think of it as a game that empowers …