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Snapguide gets the first shot at in-app pinning to Pinterest (via @jkhowland)

Have you used Snapguide? It’s a slick iOS app that makes it easy to create, view and share guides online. The app is addictive and gorgeous. One of the best designed apps on the store. Pinterest addition I’ve pointed out before that Pinterest isn’t an overnight success. The service has been around for years. They [...]

Tim Cook Bug Crunch

Pesky iPad rumors crushed by Tim Cook

Apple just announced their quarterly earnings, and if you listen between the lines (and stupid analyst questions) you can pick up on a few rumors Tim Cook crushed. Squished like a bug So in-between color, color, opportunity, china, levels, and a bunch of other stupid questions from analysts, Tim cook offered a unique detail. There [...]


The new City Creek Center is awesome, and ZAGG is right in the middle.

A little over a month ago, City Creek Center opened to the public. The mall is awesome, and has an open-air design, but with a section that has a retractable roof. The owners of the mall have done a fantastic job being ‘good stewards’ of the environment in the City Creek Center development. I have [...]


Socialcam makes a big splash – 3 million users in a weekend

You know, now that Instagram had it’s big exit, we’re going to hear ‘it’s Instagram for _‘ more times than any of us can stand. I’m going to write this whole post and try to avoid that phrase. Instagram really has been a phenomenal app. What Instagram did for personal photo sharing, we likely need [...]


Chrome 18 leads the browser world. Why?

Pingdom Report Internet monitoring firm Pingdom on Monday released a new report on global browser share. They have some awesome, and interesting data There are two ways to look at this: The company found Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 to be the most popular browser in North America with a 21.2% share, and it was closely [...]


Origins of Flashback – Apple screwed up. (via @jkhowland)

Apple fans might try to convince you that the ‘Flashback’ virus was no big deal, but this really was bad. One percent of Macs were infected. By comparison, the single largest breakout of a computer virus for Windows hit 0.7%. Apple shouldn’t get off easy on this one. The patch was released long ago, and [...]

Android Phone Google Play Error

Google *beta* Play goes through growing pains

Earlier Google Play had a bug. That’s vague, sorry. Google Play has had bugs on mulpitle recent occasions. Not much less vague I guess. March 26th bug Would you like a random Russian MTC Mobile Mail app installed on your device? Oh you wouldn’t? Too bad, there was an automatic update for a carrier-installed app [...]

Eat my clothes

Should we get our newborns Twitter or Facebook accounts? (by @jkhowland)

My daughter has a Twitter account I recently created. She’s only 8 months old, so it’s debateable whether the account is for her or for me. At 8 months old, she won’t need an account for a very long time. Everyone I talk to says that Facebook and Twitter won’t even be around when she’s [...]


Tegra 3 vs. A5X – Does it really matter? (via @jkhowland)

I can’t find any hands on reviews that validate Asus’s claim that the Transformer Prime gets 12 hours mobile on a charge. But if the device really has that kind of battery life then Nvidia has stepped it up big time with their chips. For the user this isn’t just about battery, and it’s not [...]


Developer @ttscoff created a website to help you pick an iOS text editor – iTextEditors

Silly plaintext lover I’m always typing on my iPad or iPhone, and it seems like there are so many text editors out there, I never know if I’m using the one that is the best for me. I don’t know if you’ve ever shopped for text editors before, but there are quite a few. I [...]

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