You must be wondering how it feels to see a concept you worked so very hard on end up as a native feature in an Apple product. Honestly, it doesn’t feel that bad, besides from not being a part of the actual implementation Kristof Houben, één van de mensen achter de Belgische startup Smile zag zijn […]
The longer Twitter has existed, the more this essential fact has become clear. It will grow, but not spectacularly; make profits, but not spectacular ones. And it works because – for all the trolls, threats and libels – there are self-correction mechanisms: the wisdom of crowds, the ability to block, and the company’s own tortuous, […]
Over the last few years, the tech industry’s outsized ambitions to press ever more deeply into our lives has generated both worry and amusement. Tech founders increasingly argue that every sector of modern life (…) will be improved by the liberal application of computing technology. Now Google has created a structure to realize just this supposed utopia. […]
The idea of having a screen full of icons, representing independent apps, that need to be opened to experience them, is making less and less sense. The idea that these apps sit in the background, pushing content into a central experience, is making more and more sense. That central experience may be something that looks […]
Firstly, it understood the question. Secondly and crucially, it heard its own voice and finally used this information to give the correct answer. Het lijkt nauwelijks nieuws maar het is het wel. Gelezen in The Telegraph
[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/12″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”8/12″][md_text md_text_title1=”” md_text_title_separator=”no”]Tijdens Interieur 2014 nodigde Audi me uit voor de presentatie van de nieuwe TT. Of ik met de designer wilde praten? Uiteraard. Je kan nooit genoeg bijleren. Over lijnen die snelheid weergeven en het audi-logo dat op de motorkap van de auto hangt, verwijzend naar de Audi R8 en zo naar […]
Because Samsung thinks they’ll make existing Galaxy owners feel better about themselves. Samsung thinks watching these commercials will get Galaxy owners to laugh at iPhone owners, and by pandering in that way, decrease the changes they too will switch to iPhone. Geschreven door Rene Ritchie. Gelezen bij iMore
(Steve Jobs) stood in front of us and yelled at us, told us that we should be mad at each other, said we could have done a staggered launch and complained that we didn’t even try to do all the things that we (…) had been begging to do. It was the world’s best de-motivational speech. De […]
Artificial Intelligence will probably most likely lead to the end of the world, but in the meantime, there’ll be great companies. Quote van Sam Altman (Y Combinator) gelezen bij Business Insider.
Three altimeters in the cockpit — two bright digital readouts, and one old-school device with hands that turn like those of a clock — show 31,000 feet. Yet we know that we are probably not as close to 31,000 feet as these altimeters suggest. We are somewhat lower; or perhaps we are higher. One thing […]
Despite the low expectation of privacy, 91 percent say they haven’t changed the way they use their phones or the Internet in order to keep their information private. Geen onverwachte studieresultaten hier. Wat is de internetmens toch een vreemd wezen… Gelezen bij PR Daily
The internet doesn’t teach you everything, it just gives you access to everything. Gehoord op Creative Class, een website die je trouwens moet bekijken, of het nu vanuit inhoudelijk of vanuit vormelijk perspectief is.