The Appculture Ten-Week Report

Nov 07, 10 The Appculture Ten-Week Report

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Wow. It’s been a full ten weeks since Appculture began. Doesn’t seem like very long, especially since so much has happened! But there’s still a long way to go before Appculture can become the de-facto resource for mobile technology, design and culture. But we’re going to get there! And you can help — by...

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Amazon: You Wanna Buy Something. Trust Us.

Nov 05, 10 Amazon: You Wanna Buy Something. Trust Us.

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Amazon’s new Windowshop app for iPad fills a need I didn’t know existed: “I have all this disposable income and no idea what i should buy online.” (Part of me wants to say something snarky in response, but, sadly, I think most of us can relate to this– at least in a physical store.) In...

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Your Mac’s Menubar: A Guide to the Coolest Menubar Apps

Nov 01, 10 Your Mac’s Menubar: A Guide to the Coolest Menubar Apps

Posted by in Mac, Reviews

If you’re on a Mac, check the top-right edge of your screen right now. What do you see? If you’ve got the default menubar apps (sometimes called menulings), then you aren’t getting much use out of that corner. Why not make your menubar useful and informative instead? Anyone who’s ever seen my computer...

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October Roundup: iPhone Finance, Predictive Twittering, & the Death of Privacy

Oct 25, 10 October Roundup: iPhone Finance, Predictive Twittering, & the Death of Privacy

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October’s been a hell of a month here at Appculture. In case you missed it, here are some of the events and ideas you should know about: Appculture Articles It’s 2010: songs have gotten more depressing, bloggers have become more happy, and, uh, Twitter can now predict the stock market — a couple days early....

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Why the Mac App Store Matters

Oct 20, 10 Why the Mac App Store Matters

Posted by in Mac

Today, Apple announced that they would no longer make computers. Well, not exactly. In fact, they just announced the new Air.  (Which, incidentally, is pretty awesome.) But if there was any doubt as to where Apple is headed, it’s become crystal clear. Computers are meant to be appliances. But whether this will...

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Twitter Can Predict the Stock Market

Oct 19, 10 Twitter Can Predict the Stock Market

Posted by in Futurism, Online

A new study finds that Twitter can be used to predict the stock market with 87% accuracy. Essentially, the “mood” of the Twitterverse is seemingly correlated to movements in global markets, with “calmness” an apparently accurate predictor of movement. The study’s authors theorize that societies are...

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