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The amazing story of how I spent 10 minutes of my life trying to receive a single 1MB JPEG image...

Remember when you’d send files to other people using the simple process of adding them as attachments to emails? Wasn’t that the best? It was so simple. 512 more words


App Review - MathStudio

MathStudio is an App that is available for both the Mac and iOS devices from Pomegranate Apps. The new MathStudio 6 is available from the Mac App store for $49.99, and $19.99 for the iOS version. 331 more words


New MacBook destroys competitors' battery life

”Looking beyond the new MacBook’s 13.1″ thinness, its 2-lb weight, retina display, state-of-the-art individually backlit keyboard and solid-state multi-touch trackpad, the new MacBook for all its pizzazz is set to crush the Windows-based competition with what may be the most import specification of all for the mobile crowd — battery life,” Mark Reschke writes for T-GAAP. 381 more words


Analyst upgrades Analog Devices on next-gen Apple iPhone, iPad Force Touch design win

”Analog Devices chips will enable a new feature for Apple’s iPhones and iPads, an analyst says in upgrading his rating and price target on the chipmaker’s stock,” Michael Perrault reports for Investor’s Business Daily. 231 more words


Apple this week has begun rolling out its Apple Maps Connect feature to a trio of new countries: Italy, Switzerland, and Mexico. Apple Maps Connect allows business owners to alter their business listing on Apple Maps for OS X and iOS as well as add their businesses to the platform. 76 more words

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Voxette nearly sings

I’ve been transferring the code for Voxette from IOS to OS X. This has been very time consuming, but not unrewarding.

For the IOS app, all I had to do was form up the text, choose a voice, set the desired pitch, rate and volume of the speech, and tell it to go. 427 more words

General Blether

Apple Watch's halo effect may be impossible to resist

”When you look at an Apple Watch, the last thing that comes to mind is the iPod,” Michael Simon writes for Macworld.

“On the surface, there’s isn’t a whole lot of correlation between Apple’s first wearable device and its classic MP3 player, save perhaps a clever navigation tool and a music app,” Simon writes. 180 more words