"Although touchscreens are apparently the wave of the future, there's
one design flaw no one's yet addressed: when your finger's on the
screen, it's obscuring the very elements you're supposed to be
With all the hype over the iPhone, why is it that the Apple TV has gone so
My wife envisions a future where her computer and television are one. You
simply download shows and movies - whatever you want - and watch them when
you want, using the same screen, the same box, the same account. Always tied
to you, so if you move or buy a new console, it doesn't matter, it's all
still yours. Bored with Law and Order? Check your email with the wireless
keyboard. (Not, this is not WebTV. And yes, my wife is pretty cool.)
The Apple TV brings us a small step closer to this.
Jonathan Ive is praised for the design of Apple products. By many in
the general public he has almost a rock star status and those people
probably know that he's responsible for product design at Apple.
>From what I know he is an industrial designer. His title is VP of Industrial design at Apple. And then is he responsible for only the
physical design of apple product or more?
Who is responsible for the IxD of those Apple products? Of course
there's a team behind it but couldn't there be room for a Jonathan Ive
So, they've updated the Apple Store. And in addition to new
PowerBooks and Dual dual-core G5s, there's a bit of AJAX going on.
I was shopping for a new PowerBook (got a 1.25Ghz I need to get rid
of if anyone's interested) and as I upgraded the HD to 120G, I
noticed something going on in the top right corner - there was a JS
fade technique to call my attention to the updated list of features
(new HD size) and updated total of my shopping cart.
I thought it might be a fluke, or maybe the page just reloaded really