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Apple Watch 2 with thinner design and performance improvement rumoured in 2016

The sequel to the current Apple Watch is rumoured to be launched in mid-to-late 2016. A research memo by financial services firm Cowen and Company …

No, the iPad Pro can’t replace your computer. Here’s why

When Steve Jobs announced the iPad in 2010, it was his notion that if the tablet would succeed on the market as what he considered the “third …

Revolutionary Laser Razor Burns Hair Off Instead of Cutting It

The Skarp Razor wants to change how you've been shaving for the last 5,000 years with lasers. Although that prospect might sound frightening, creators Morgan Gustavsson and Paul Binun have produced a futuristic device that’s actually better for your skin than traditional shaving methods—it reduces …

Burns

13 awesome tricks your Mac just learned with El Capitan

OS X El Capitan promises to redefine the Mac experience with a host of new improvements that make working (and playing) smoother than ever.<p>There’s a lot to learn about all the new goodies in El Capitan, which finally became available to the public for free today. Everything from Notes to Safari, …

Transit

Apple has a clever idea for a smart ring — here are the diagrams

The company has applied to patent a design for its own "ring computing device," which contains a ring-mounted touchscreen, a computer processor, wireless transceiver, and rechargeable power source.<p>The patent reads like a description of many current Apple Watch features but in miniature, or those …

How to use Notes in iOS 9 like a boss

The busier my life gets, the more disorganized I become. I fumble for a notepad when I’m out and want to get someone’s phone number. I think of get short story ideas when I’m in the shower, and I have tons of books and movies I want to get (usually when I’m broke). Don’t get me started on shopping …

Koding- making it easy to collaboratively code

The Internet has fundamentally reshaped the world of work. Emails, instant messaging and video conferencing first transformed the way we communicate, …

Apple, Google, and Microsoft are all solving the same problems

Never mind the future, we need more diverse visions of the present<p>Between them, Apple, Google, and Microsoft pretty much set the agenda for the entire consumer electronics industry. They employ a great number of the smartest and most creative technologists in the world and produce the most …

Why the iPad Pro is Apple’s vision for the future of personal computing

<i>This is a guest post by Fraser Speirs, a teacher, systems administrator and consultant specializing in the application of modern mobile technology in schools. It originally appeared on his personal website.</i><p><i>“The iPad is the clearest expression of our vision of the future of personal computing.” —</i> …

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Apple Watch OS 2 : All Set to Release on the 16th of September, New Cases for ‘Sports’ Model Introduced

The Apple Watch has been one of the most talked about subjects in recent times.<p>Be it the jokes and memes on the pricing or the praise that it has …

Smartwatches

21 tiny design features that show Apple's incredible attention to detail

Some of these features are incredibley useful and make its products more enjoyable, while others are purely cosmetic. Regardless of the value they add to the overall experience, it's fascinating to learn about the lengths Apple goes to when it comes to design and product development.<p>Here are 21 of …

Hands on with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil: A huge tablet and an impressive tool

I’m holding a giant iPad in my hands. It’s the iPad Pro and it is mind-bogglingly big, the biggest tablet Apple has ever produced. And that isn’t …

The One Thing Apple Understands is Photography

Only a Luddite would still categorize Apple as a computer company. Indeed, the company officially changed its name in 2007, dropping “Computer” and …

Apple will show a lot more than iPhones at its September event

In just a few days, Apple will hold its annual iPhone event in San Francisco.<p>And although we're not expecting any announcements on the scale of the …

Designers Should Design, Coders Should Code

Here’s why you need someone who understands code but doesn’t necessarily live in it.<p>This essay is excerpted from the ebook <i>Interaction Design Best Practices: Mastering the Tangibles</i> by Jerry Cao, Kamil Zieba and Matt Ellis of UXPin, a UX design platform.<p>It’s an old argument: should designers code? …

Apple envisions laptops that run for days without a recharge

The tech giant files a patent application for a built-in fuel cell system that could power electronics for "days or even weeks without refueling."<p>One of the most oft complaints about electronics is battery life. Digital cameras, smartphones and laptops can all run out of power when you're least …

Fuel Cell

Intel's Skylake chips will allow more flavors of the new MacBook

PCs are not dead. In fact, if you talk to Intel — which supplies the vast majority of today's PC processors — they are absolutely resurgent. Now the …

Meet Alex, the Javascript Tool to Make Your Code Less Offensive

This script detects gendered, racist, and inconsiderate phrasing and offers neutral alternatives.<p>A Dutch developer has written a script designed to catch potentially insensitive language.<p>Alex—the script's fittingly androgynous name—will alert you if any input text contains offensive phrasing, and …

JavaScript

New Apple TV reportedly starts at $149, packs universal search

No, the torrent of rumors surrounding the next Apple TV hasn't ended yet. Sources for both <i>9to5Mac</i> and <i>BuzzFeed News</i> now believe that the media hub will start at $149 -- still much higher than Apple TV boxes from recent memory, but better than the $199 mentioned in the past. Whether or not that's …

Google's original logo designer reflects on a 'bittersweet' run

Google's decision this week to make the most significant change yet to its iconic logo in 16 years set off a fury of responses online: 9,500 comments …

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is like the Android iPad Air you always wanted

You might be hard-pressed to pick the new 9.7-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 out of a lineup of Apple iPad Air 2's.<p>Side by side, the …

Apple’s iPhone 6s event invite asks Siri for a hint

The speculation about whether Apple is really going to unveil the next iPhone at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is over: Apple just sent out invites to its next keynote, which will take place Wednesday, September 9, at 10 a.m., in the historic San Francisco auditorium where Steve Jobs unveiled …

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

What happens when a Mac devotee tries Windows 10?

Can a Mac diehard love Windows 10? I sought to find out.<p>I switched from Windows to Mac three and a half years ago, and I haven't looked back since. …

Google uses Search as a secret job interview tool

Shutterstock<p>Google is well known for its love of puzzles and leaving little hidden secrets dotted around and it turns out that the company applies similar techniques while it is on the hunt for new employees too.<p>Max Rosett, a new Google employee, blogged about his recent recruitment experience at …

Employment

The Sensel Morph wants to be a bigger, better version of Apple’s Force Touch trackpad

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Lean, Green Washing Machine!

Supercritical is a conceptual washing machine that operates without water or detergent. It addresses the issues of unnecessary water consumption and …

Intel has big changes in mind for the new MacBook Pro

While many are looking forward to Intel's Sixth Generation Skylake CPU for its improved processing performance and power efficiency, the chip's …

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12 successful tech executives who wake up really early

Waking up early was a common trait among CEOs surveyed by Jim Citrin at Yahoo Finance. It's also frequently cited by CEOs who relay their morning routines to Inc in one of its features, "The Way I Work."<p>Many of tech's go-getters function well on little sleep. Others are woken up by product …

Tim Cook

4 things we learned when Apple rejected our first Watch app

At MobilityWare, we’re huge believers in Apple products. In fact, when the app store first opened in 2008, we had one of the first games available. So when Apple announced Watch, we quickly ramped up development and began working on several new concepts without the benefit of an SDK. Our first game …

Apple Watch

Apple hires yet another former Tesla engineer to join its Project Titan car team

Apple appears to have hired yet another former Tesla engineer to join its ever growing automated car team. First noticed by Reuters, Apple has hired Jamie Carlson to likely join its car team. Carlson’s LinkedIn profile reflects that he has left Tesla and joined Apple, although his role at Apple is …

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