Tim Ainge

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iOS7 Frosted Glass Effect with HTML 5 and Javascript

With iOS7 Apple introduced a completely new design for the 6 year old OS. Among all the changes, one that really caught everyone's attention was the …

HTML5

LogoFolio no.1 by Brandon Williams

Logo Design.<p>Let’s start this week with some inspiring logo designs. Orlando, Florida-based web and graphic designer Brandon Williams created this …

Clear, the App with Timeless Design - The Fox Is Black

Back in the iOS 6 days (man, remember <i>those</i> days?, there were a few apps that might foreshadow what was to come in the fabled “flat” iOS 7 redesign. …

Uncommon Art

I love this Bowl Stack print by husband and wife design team Allison Glancey and Craig Seder (pictured above). Its vintage vibe and subject matter …

Art

Metrika – Responsive WordPress Theme by InfoStyle

Metro Style WordPress Theme.<p><b>Metrika</b> is a responsive WordPress theme. The modern and dynamic one page theme is inspired by the trendy flat metro …

Unsplash: Free Hi-Res Photos

Unsplash is a project made by ooomf in which they upload 10 high resolution photos every 10 days, and the best part of it is that every photo is …

Clever iPhone Business Card by Beasty Design - The Fox Is Black

I spotted this iOS 7 inspired business card over on Dribble this morning by Beasty Design and loved it. The new flat design certainly works for this …

Grind Chicago

"This is the culmination of everything we have learned in the last two years," explains Grind co-founder Benjamin Dyett. During that two years, Grind—the members-only workspace and creative community—has provided a New York City location at 419 Park Avenue South for those looking to focus and have …

Innovate Like A Misfit

Kyra Maya Phillips, the co-author of the upcoming book "The Misfit Economy," encourages readers to think like pirates, gangsters and hackers when approaching business. While researching and writing the book, Phillips spent a couple of years delving into the darker side of innovation; setting out to …

Phonebloks Modular Smartphone Aims to Put an End to Disposable Devices

Phonebloks by Dutch designer Dave Hakkens is a concept that could see the days of having to throw away non-working phones long behind us, if he receives enough support and can work out the technical challenges.<p>The idea is to make smartphones modular so that if one part of it breaks, say the audio …

Why the University of Washington Wants Its Surgeons to Play Videogames

Randall Munroe / xkcd.com<p>In 1999, an Institute of Medicine study found that as many as 98,000 people die every year as the result of medical error in …

When “effortless” is anything but: Today’s cloud washing is all about hybrid

For the past few years cloud washing was a practice IT vendors used to paint their not-necessarily-cloudy products as cloudy. It was widespread and …

Vinod Khosla: In The Next 10 Years, Data Science Will Do More For Medicine Than All Biological Sciences Combined

At TechCrunch Disrupt SF, TechCrunch and CrunchFund founder Michael Arrington and Khosla Ventures founder Vinod Khosla took the stage to discuss the areas Khosla is currently most interested in. Besides food tech, the one area that seems to get him the most excited is clearly medicine. In his …

Bike Cult Show Builder Profile: Rick Jones of Road Runners Bicycles

<i>We've devoted a fair number of pages and pixels to that singular design object known as the bicycle, and whether you're a leisure rider or</i> …

Dump those passwords and PINs: Nuance’s latest voice biometric tech is 50% more accurate than before

Why deal with a password when you can authenticate with a simple voice passphrase?<p>That’s the question behind Nuance’s next-generation voice biometric technology, which the company claims is 50 percent more accurate than its predecessor, as well as more secure with increased fraud detection. Nuance …

Peace Through Profits? Inside The Secret Tech Ventures That Are Reshaping The Israeli-Arab-Palestinian World

Even by Middle East standards, the scene in a Dead Sea restaurant, situated within a “green zone”–a no-man’s-land claimed by neither Israelis nor Palestinians–was surreal. As a camel knelt outside, two Israeli soldiers nonchalantly sipped coffee at the counter and a score of rabbis said a prayer …

Google's Megan Smith On The 2 Innovations That Will Get More Women Into Tech

Could two simple innovations bridge the gender gap in tech jobs? VP of Google[x], Megan Smith, thinks so.<p>Women 2.0 -- an organization that aims to "increase the number of female founders of technology startups with inspiration, information and education" -- recently announced the speakers for their …

Ready For A “Web” Of Apps? Quixey Launches AppURL, A New Way To Enable Deep Linking Across Mobile Applications

Mobile app search engine Quixey is today introducing a new initiative called AppURL which proposes a way to make mobile apps work more like the web. Instead of apps existing as standalone silos, AppURL would allow users to navigate from one app directly to a specific piece of content found in …

The Rise Of The Smart Web: New Hope For Finding Your Audience

At long last, sanity and clarity may be coming to the Internet. “We’ve had the ‘fun web’ and the ‘beautiful web,’ San Francisco-based tech entrepreneur Guillaume Decugis tells me. “Now we’re moving from that to thinking about a new era of the ‘smart web.’”<p>Decugis, a native of France, is co-founder …

The apps that Apple does not want you to use

They are the applications that Apple has tried to stop the world from using.<p>With more than 700,000 apps available for download, perhaps Apple can afford to be picky, but some of those to be banned show Apple’s squeamishness for nudity, bodily functions and upsetting important people.<p><b>Send me to</b> …

KeyMe iOS app photographs your keys and stores them in the cloud

We've all been there. Staring forlornly at a locked door, keyless, with Gandalf's rumbling voice echoing in our heads, telling us that we would not pass. It's a sorry sight, and the people behind the iOS app KeyMe are determined to make it a thing of the past. The app (available at the link below) …

This Guy Left Google To Put The Power Of Big Data Into Small Classrooms

Prasad Ram (aka Pram) is founder, creator, and CEO of Gooru, “an open and collaborative online community where the best free materials for learning can be found, created, remixed and shared.” Gooru harnesses the power of data to enable personalized learning.<p>Pram used to be a big research scientist: …

Skip iTunes and Add Video Files to VLC for iPhone with Wi-Fi Uploads

VLC was released back into the iTunes App Store last month, and that means one of the best media players out there is finally back on the iPhone and …

This iPad game actually builds your kids' brains — and tells you how they're developing

Occasionally, when people shout “brains!” they’re not zombies looking for a fresh meal. Sometimes they just want to help you grow, learn, and be the best you can be.<p>Which, of course, is exactly what all parents want for their kids.<p>Seven months after launching the Fit Brains app to help adults build …

Bunkr Is The PowerPoint Killer We’ve All Been Waiting For

French startup Bunkr is focused on one simple task: killing PowerPoint. To achieve this goal, the company’s well-designed web app will help you collect visual content and organize it into slides. The result is a very visual HTML5 presentation that works on your computer, phone or tablet. You can …