• Nokia’s PureView

    Ian Delaney on the Official Nokia blog about the aforementioned 41-megapixel camera: Otherwise, you can use ‘Creative Shooting Mode’ to capture images at high resolution – 38 megapixels; then reframe, crop and zoom to find the best “picture within the picture” after the image has been shot and before saving it at convenient sizes for […]

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  • Top 10 Soda Brands by Market Share

    So you know.

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  • TinyLetter

    TinyLetter is the simplest way to send email newsletters. Creating signup forms is a breeze, and TinyLetter even makes it easy to reply to your readers individually. It’s also free. TinyLetter doesn’t have all the features most email services offer. It’s built for people, not business. Just compose your message, send it to your readers, […]

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  • The Verge, Nokia and Misleading Headlines

    Update: Looks like I was wrong about the camera sensor. However I do think the headline is still misleading, how much of that is the fault of Savov I don’t know. Vlad Savov on The Verge ran the headline: “Nokia launches 808 PureView with 41MP camera: hands-on pictures, video, and preview” and then said: The […]

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  • MacStories Reviews: Adobe Photoshop Touch

    Graham Spencer: One of the biggest benefits of stripping out unnecessarily complex tools and features for Photoshop Touch, is that it really does feel streamlined, with all the (mostly) unnecessary bloat cut out. It feels fast and snappy for most of the time (a rare exception to this is when applying a heavy artistic effect […]

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  • Steve Jobs Was Right: Dropbox Is a Feature, Not a Product

    An interesting argument from Farhad Manjoo about why Dropbox is a hard sell as a disruptive business: There are two reasons for this. First, the perfect syncing service needs to do more than simply store files. Second, the perfect syncing service should be unlimited and free, or as close to it as possible. Dropbox will […]

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  • The B&B Podcast – Episode 48: Upside Down Spike

    This week Shawn and Ben talk about a new RSS app Caffeinated, OmniFocus vs. Things, and rumors of Apple ditching the dock connector. Brought to you buy the fine folks at: Jumpchart and Doxie

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  • Right versus Pragmatic

    Whats so fantastic about this post from Marco (besides the fact he is right) is that I feel just about as dirty interacting with a media company as I do touching a public bathroom door handle.1 As a property manager, the guy that is asked to make those signs, I can tell you that they […]

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  • Apple Getting Ready to Ditch the Dock Connector

    Rene Ritchie: We’ve heard that Apple is getting ready to ditch the dock connector as it’s currently sized and implemented on iPods, iPhones, and iPads. The reason isn’t anything political, like a new desire to conform to an outdated micro-USB standard, but typically Apple: to save space inside the iPhone 5 for what are now […]

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  • Google Said to Pick Own Executive to Motorola Mobility CEO

    Peter Burrows, Brian Womack and Hugo Miller for Bloomberg: Google Inc. (GOOG), which won U.S. approval for its acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI), is close to naming Dennis Woodside to run the business when the deal closes, three people familiar with the matter said. Florian Mueller reporting on Google’s conference call when they […]

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  • ‘Find the Best Mobile Tax Filing App for iOS’

    Jeffery Battersby has a nice rundown of the apps that are out there for doing your taxes on iOS, but is it just me or does that seem like a really odd/weird task to be doing on iOS? I know iOS is very capable and can be used in place of a computer for most […]

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  • Samsung Made Something I Want

    Charlie Sorrel: It’s hard to imagine a scenario where your SD cards would need to be “waterproof, shockproof and magnet proof,” but Samsung has gone and made some ruggedized cards anyway. Available in several speeds and sizes, the brushed metal cards will look as good out of your cameras as they will in it. I […]

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  • Quote of the Day: Brent Simmons

    “But I don’t ever walk there. I just use their software, because it’s good.” — Brent Simmons

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  • Things Cloud Beta

    They have now caught up (not really) to where OmniFocus was in 2008. Things is nice looking and all, but I really have to question your motivations if you are still using it at this point.1 On a side note, I bet someone on Twitter that we would see TextMate 2 before Things Cloud Sync […]

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  • Got Money Burning a Hole in Your Pocket?

    Give this a go…

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  • The iOS-ification of OS X Spark Notes Edition

    I agree with everything Mr. Skoda says in this post. Everything.

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  • Twitter Updates iPhone App

    Matthew Panzarino: One of the biggest additions is the re-introduction of Tweetie’s swipe actions, allowing you to quickly perform several Twitter functions after a swipe on a Tweet. Hell yeah.

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  • Olloclip vs iPro Lens Review

    I hate that the iPro makes you use a case. That seems like a bad design decision to me. Nice compariSon though — I had been wondering.

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  • Some Moom Tips

    Gabe over at Macdrifter on the excellent Moom app: The rest of Moom is great though. Moom is kind of like LaunchBar, but for window management. I don’t realize how much I use it until I sit down at my wife’s mac and curse myself for not installing it earlier. He’s got some great tips […]

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  • Subtle Papers for iPhone

    Fantastic. [via Justin Blanton]

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