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Apple Taps Steve Dowling as Interim Head of PR

7:35 PM, Oct. 2nd, 2014 · Bryan Chaffin · News

Apple Count Down

Apple reportedly turned to Steve Dowling, a veteran in the company's public relations department, to be the interim head. Mr. Dowling will be replacing Katie Cotton, Apple's legendary PR boss, who left the company earlier this year.

The UI/UX Designer Training Bundle: $34

7:02 PM, Oct. 2nd, 2014 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

The UI/UX Designer Training Bundle: $34

We have a deal today for a bundle of training courses aimed at user interface designers. Called The UI/UX Designer Bundle, it includes Learn iPhone App Interface Design From Scratch, User Experience By The Numbers, Optimize Your Digital Products With User Testing, Put Your Customers First: Be A UX Champion, Build Habit-Forming Products, and User Experience Design Fundamentals. That's more than 167 hours of training for just $34, a huge discount from the $692 retail priace.

The Name Your Own Price Learn To Code Bundle

4:19 PM, Oct. 1st, 2014 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

The Name Your Own Price Learn To Code Bundle

Here's something pretty darned cool: 47,792 people have bought our Name Your Own Price Learn To Code Bundle. That's a lot of people on their path to programming, and it's a pleasure to be a part of it. The way it works is this: pay what you want. If it's below the average price, you get Programming Java for Beginnings and PSD to HTML5/CSS3. If you pay the average price or more, you also get six other developer course, including Python, Apple's Xcode, PHP, and more. The average price? Only $15.01 as of this price. But, you have an incentive to pay more, because 10 percent of your purchase price goes to one of three charities, you choose: Child's Play, World Wildlife Fund, Creative Commons. If you've wanted

Apple Reduces Screen Size in Apple Watch Video to Match Website

12:37 AM, Oct. 1st, 2014 · Bryan Chaffin · News

Less is More?

Apple republished the Apple Watch video to YouTube with a couple of changes. The first is that the screen size in the renderings of the device is smaller in the new video—that makes the video match the way the device has looked all along on its website. The second change noticed so far is that the Glance screenshot has been altered.