<3 pic.twitter.com/2iFdt8UaJz— Kaleigh Rogers (@KaleighRogers) June 26, 2015
There will be cool photos of the White House w rainbow colors tonight but hard to top this one by Chuck Kennedy. pic.twitter.com/dnoWIeymRr— petesouza (@petesouza) June 27, 2015
Disney World tonight #LoveWins pic.twitter.com/VCmTCFKCas— Angelica Roxas (@angroxas) June 27, 2015
As Mr. Lowe sees it, radio’s nature as an audio feed in constant flux fits the always-on mentality of the social-media era. He wants Beats 1 to be a reflection of the rapidly changing world of pop, in which songs that have just been released can be rushed on the air with the same speed at which a hot new track shoots through Twitter.
“Part of the last three months has been desperately trying to come up with a new word that’s not radio,” Mr. Lowe said. “We couldn’t do it.”
Apple has updated the terms of its AppleCare+ Protection Plan for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Apple Watch to cover batteries that retain less than 80% of their original capacity within the extended warranty period, whereas it previously covered batteries that retained less than 50% of their original capacity.
When you look at it as a whole, though, iTunes U is clearly the most complete native mobile learning platform there is right now. Showbie has done stellar work for years on the document submission aspect of the problem. Google Classroom, too, has attacked the hill from that side.
iTunes U started with the courses, the materials and the learning content. Now it adds the assignment submission and grading components too. When you take that all together, nothing else comes close as a complete solution for delivering a course on iOS.
Just as its name suggests, the Disney Gif app puts hundreds of GIFs right inside your iOS keyboard. Choose characters and scenes from films including Star Wars, Lion King, Aladdin, Toy Story and Frozen. Disney also included support for Inside Out, which is a no-brainer decision since its main characters — each representing a feeling — work perfectly as GIFs.
WeChat and Magic are distant relatives. Both put conversation ahead of apps as the primary means of getting stuff done.
Patients hit with the news they have breast cancer don't have to wade online through overwhelming amounts of information -- some of it questionable -- to see what they're facing, she said. "What a nice way to be able to do this without them freaking out."
The iPad app is designed to help guide Mayo Clinic patients through the breast cancer diagnosis and treatment options and includes pictures and names of the health-care providers they may deal with along the way.
Apple has been extremely focussed on using as little power as possible. It goes to the level of the programming language allowed for developers to use to write apps for mac or ios. That is the amount of alignment within apple for design based thinking. Power consumption is an extremely important variable.
Yay, all unit tests passing! pic.twitter.com/ax2uxPsZqv— Dave Hulbert (@dave1010) June 24, 2015
So if Apple and Twitter and Snapchat and LinkedIn see the value of having human editors selecting news or curating content of various kinds, why wouldn’t Facebook and Google do the same? Because each of the latter two companies are involved in content that’s on a completely different scale than Apple or Twitter—and human beings don’t scale very well.
Now that food manufacturers have mastered the Holy Grail of lightness and shelf stability (Mountain House, a leading brand of freeze-dried meals, just introduced a 12-year guarantee for its pouched provisions), the big question remains one of taste. “If you can eat this and like it in the comfort of your home,” said Ms. Scism, “you’ll really like it in the woods. That’s the test.” Below, a few packable meals-for-two that we believe meet that mark.
Love is love.— Heather Champ (@hchamp) June 26, 2015
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