If your Google Chrome browser is acting awkward with fonts like in the picture (displays all “A” characters) instead of serif fonts or of all fonts, you may need to clean your Mac OS X Font Cache. Here’s how to do it.
Apple has scheduled a media event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Tuesday Jan. 26, 2010, for a major product announcement. “Apple is preparing an announcement next month that many anticipate will be the official unveiling of its tablet, but the company has so far declined to confirm the… →
For increasing his company’s market cap a whopping $150 billion in the last 12 years, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was named the best-performing CEO in the world. “The #1 CEO on the list, Steve Jobs, delivered a whopping 3,188% industry-adjusted return (34% compounded annually) after he rejoined Apple as CEO in 1997, when the company… →
Everyone can finally download the public beta of Google Chrome for Mac. Many could think this is a piece of software that should only appeal to windows users, since they are the most subject to be unsatisfied by their Internet Explorer standard web experience, however there are reasons for you to try out Chrome even… →
I just completed reading a 3 pages article on AppleInsider and this gave me a different perspective on Android. Prince McLean thinks Google created Android as a Windows Mobile killer to safeguard its own advertising and search market, not to compete with the iPhone. And he has some evidence you should check out. Some of… →
Apple recently began using computers to automatically scan for the use of private application programming interfaces. The new “static analysis tools” aim to catch those who might have snuck by the approval process before, with software that bends or breaks the rules established by Apple.
As reported by rumors sites, Apple is hiring top level iPhone games developers. People expect Apple to get into the games market on the iPhone platform and this is very likely. Apple also reportedly partnered with several mainstream magazines to create a new subscription based iTunes marketplace tailored to the press. It is also likely… →
At Surgeworks, we’re getting ready for the Android 2.0 powered phones wave coming in 2010, and are already able to develop custom native Android apps thanks to Rhodes. The Motorola Droid – coming November 7th, 2009 at 199$ with a new 2 years contract – is Motorola’s first Android powered phone and one of the… →
Way back when the iPhone OS 2.0 was announced and the SDK released, we worked on our very first iPhone App: Divine Office. It is a niche app that allows Christians to listen and pray an audio version of the Liturgy of the Hours. What we really missed at the time was the ability to… →
Flash Professional CS5 will enable you to build applications for iPhone and iPod touch using ActionScript 3. These applications can be delivered to iPhone and iPod touch users through the Apple App Store. A public beta of Flash Professional CS5 with prerelease support for building applications for iPhone is planned for later this year.
If you have an iPhone or an iPod Touch you know how it works. You get to the App Store, you browse around, find an interesting app, check on the reviews… purchase and boom, you have a new app on your device. But what happens next?
There are some things to keep in mind when you submit your app to the store in order to make your app a successful one.
On April 23 the App Store reached 1 billion downloads. On Monday, the App Store for the iPhone and iPod touch served more than 2 billion downloads of software, with a half-billion in the last quarter. There are more than 85,000 applications available to more than 50 million iPhone and iPod touch customers. As the… →
Game Developer Research has revealed select results of its first ever State of iPhone Game Development report, helping to illuminate the iPhone and iPod Touch game software market. The iPhone game development market is growing, and game development projects are becoming more ambitious. Select report metrics have revealed a trend towards longer development cycles for iPhone… →
Here is a summary of the new products and updates introduced by Apple on September 9, 2009. Contrary to the rumors, Steve Jobs did take the stage and started the presentation…