As coding courses and bootcamps flourish, some students get left behind–and that promise of a six-figure salary pops like a bubble. After the design firm where he worked as a web developer went under,
This post was originally published on the Thoughtbot blog. A Product Design Sprint is a 5-phase exercise which uses design thinking to reduce the inherent risks in successfully bringing products to market.
Jeremy Rappaport is a writer at Fueled, the leading iPhone application developers and masters of mobile design in New York City. This post was originally published on the Fueled blog. Everyone knows about
Google and Apple are the two companies that provide the dominant operating systems in the mobile industry. Microsoft and BlackBerry (formerly RIM) are struggling to regain some relevance, while companies
The ever-shrinking, console-sized gaming PCs that are steadily invading offices and living rooms alike have been called many things: Small Form-Factors (SFF), Shoebox Systems, Shuttles, and Micro-Towers.
Most modern gaming consoles are big, heavy and power-thirsty. They dominate the entertainment centers into which they're placed and suck down hundreds of watts of electricity when they're running. They've
With Android accounting for the lion’s share of mobile device operating systems worldwide, you might think that developers are absolutely head over heels in love with it. But the truth tells a different
Apple has patented a new iPhone design featuring a wraparound display and no buttons. The display would cover the entire surface of the devices and could include two AMOLED screens one on top of the other,