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Tap your inner artist with Faces iMake a whimsical iPad app that lets you create collages out of ordinary objects. It’s a whole lot of fun and a rare find.
Google has had its share of privacy concerns over the years, but David Winograd argues that the next big privacy battle could involve Apple and its data collection policies involving Siri.
Shortcuts is a great new feature in iOS that allows users to enter longer words and phrases by tapping a shortcut. David Winograd shows you how to turn it on and how to set up your own shortcuts on your iPhone or iPad.
Your collection of Dr. Seuss is no longer complete thanks to Charles D. Cohen, a dentist and probably the biggest Seuss fan on the planet. He uncovered seven early Seuss stories published in magazines between 1950 and 1951 and they found their way to Random House. They have now been published as a both a book and an Oceanhouse Media iOS app (US$8.99) in a collections entitled The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories.
What in the world is going on with Apple stock? With no good reason, on days the market is going up, AAPL goes down. Although the market has been pretty awful over the last month, starting in late September, AAPL has taken heavier hits than most anyone else on bad days and not participated with the market in upswings.
Bobo Explores Light by Game Collage is a wondrous (and dare I say it?) educational app for the iPad that is a full unit course in the science behind light, taught by an engaging robot named Bobo. This app is so good that I can see it selling even more iPads just to run it.
Write Now by Bacciz is a remarkaby useful iPad app that teaches children to connect sounds with letters and to how to write the letters and later words in both cursive (script) or block printing. It’s extremely well thought out and executed. In fact, leaving aside a minor quibble or two, it’s just about perfect and is a valuable supplement to Kindergarten. Any kids around five years old will have a great time hearing learning how to properly write.
“The sky is falling” said the Apple stock speculators late Wednesday afternoon just after Steve Jobs’s resignation announcement. In after hours trading, AAPL was seemingly in free-fall, crashing $US19.06 and losing $24 billion in market capitalization in minutes. “This was it,” thought APPL speculators looking to cash in on the inevitable carnage. Here’s what really happened.
Analyst Brian Marshall of Gleacher & Co. has reiterated his enthusiastic buy rating on of Apple Stock saying that Apple is “the best technology company on the planet.”He maintained his $500 price target and a “Buy” rating on the company.
Apple stock stages a remarkable recovery and almost closes as the richest stock on US Markets. In this analysis. David Winograd points out that we do live in interesting times.