Unless you're staying with a local (or have made travel research a full-time job), it can be hard to unearth the hidden sites, lesser-known haunts, and authentic flavors of a given city. That is, it used to be: Apps to the rescue!
iOS 7 introduced new background task handling that helps developers achieve an amazing user experience.
Nearly every day, I plug my iPhone into my computer at the office. My phone has about a six and a half minute battery life these days, so avoiding the dreaded plug in is not an option. When I do, a little box pops up on the phone screen that makes me click "Trust" or "Don't Trust."
All of us who have iOS (and a filthy mouth) and text, email or otherwise chat know how irritating it can be to have your colorful metaphors changed to "ducking", "shot" and "Damon" and so on through the censorship of Apple.
But we like to get off the beaten path a bit, and give some suggestions about a few of our favorites that maybe you aren't so familiar with! Let us know what we're missing.
The usage of smart phones has overwhelmed the population, with people barely able to make it through dinner without texting, tweeting or surfing online. The problem is that checking in on Facebook often means checking out of whatever interaction you might have with the person sitting right across the table.
This week the need arose to have a more powerful UIActionSheet that went beyond having just buttons.
No birthday presents, anniversaries, or mother in laws. / No Whys? Whens? How could yous?
While I, myself, have taken the parenting plunge, I do understand the opposing perspective -- choosing to be childfree. As a matter of fact, I think I understand it better now than I did before.
Like most people of my generation, I feel the need to be connected 24/7. But texting, social media and incessantly checking my email give me the opposite of what I'm craving.
LG Gains over Q4-2013, but still losing customers Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released results of its research on mobile phone ma...
We live an age where technology doesn't even get a 10-second delay, we just get used to one item and suddenly we're faced with either keeping up or we're behind on the times, there's no room for a happy medium and it's not cost effective plus it's a total pain to transfer everything over.
This is not another article about what to eat and what not to eat at bedtime. It is, however, about what you consume. You and your brain, that is.
Who would have thought that sleep would become the next crisis in our lives?
A photo never does life justice, anyway. It doesn't encapsulate what was going on around you, the smell, the sound or the truth behind that moment. As I stood in that muddy field, the rain pouring down on my face, for the first time, I didn't spoil the moment by watching through a camera lens.
While attending MIT as a senior, Rustagi started his first company, Ministry of Supply, where he helped engineer hi-tech dress shirts that implement NASA-grade technology to adjust to your body temperature.