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Author Archives: Chase Oros
On January 24th, Twitter released Vine, and it’s since been labeled as the Instagram for video. This statement seems true at first glance, but what if Twitter is going for a different concept entirely?
Some apps just aren’t for everyone. But there is one that may at least give people an alternate way to think about how apps should be interacted with, and how many features one might actually need. This app is Clear.
Yesterday, Apple released a new version of iBooks which foremost adds the feature of downloadable textbooks. While it wasn’t much of a surprise, it may be the start of a fresh new age for education.
Though it may only be suitable for traveling in cold climates and winter months, Robdechi is a concept that shouldn’t be overlooked.