Exclusive: Clayton Miller on Interface Design

Jun 16, 11 Exclusive: Clayton Miller on Interface Design

Posted by in Futurism, Interviews, News

A while back, many of us in the UI/UX world were blown away by a concept video called “10/GUI”. Predating the iPad and all other large-scale multitouch displays, interface designer Clayton Miller discussed a completely new method of integrating touchscreen on the desktop: a UI designed around gestures that kept some of...

read more

6 Reasons iCloud Really Is the End of the PC

Jun 07, 11 6 Reasons iCloud Really Is the End of the PC

Posted by in Futurism, News, Online

Today, Apple showed off features of their iCloud project– an online sync engine that puts your photos, calendars, app data and documents on every one of your devices. While no part of this was totally unexpected, it’s the sum of these parts that matters. 1. It’s safe. In fact, it’s safer than your...

read more

Storify: The Reinvention of Storytelling

Apr 25, 11 Storify: The Reinvention of Storytelling

Posted by in Media, News

YZKZ7TT85933 Is Storify, the new just-outta-beta storytelling tool, poised to change reporting? Or is it just another microblogging app? One of the criticisms leveled at social media is that everyone is just talking and talking without a whole lot to say. And to some extent that’s been the problem evident since Twitter first...

read more

Malaria? Just another app on your Mosquito™

Jan 18, 11 Malaria? Just another app on your Mosquito™

Posted by in Futurism, News

Microsoft Research has a new patent that’s sure to get people buzzing. (I had to.) The patent involves reverse-engineering the dangerous viruses commonly carried by insects and using those same insects to spread “good” or antidotal versions of the virus. The beauty of this is that the same successful disease...

read more

Verizon iPhone: More Apps in More Places

Jan 11, 11 Verizon iPhone: More Apps in More Places

Posted by in iPhone, News

Today’s announcement that the iPhone is (finally) coming to Verizon Wireless kicks off the “real” battle between Android and iOS. Why now? Why not earlier? Part of the difficulty in establishing Android’s increasing marketshare stems from the fact that Android is available on all networks, on hundreds of...

read more

7 Reasons Chrome OS Means the End of Microsoft

Dec 08, 10 7 Reasons Chrome OS Means the End of Microsoft

Posted by in Futurism, News

Yesterday Google took the wraps off its new network-only OS, “Chrome”, designed as a fast, lightweight, and super-simple way to get online. Initially targeted at netbooks and other “web-browser” laptops, Chrome is built entirely from Web technologies. In other words, there’s no proprietary...

read more
Page 2 of 41234

Sign up for our mailing list!

Stay informed. We'll let you know when great things happen.