It's a new day, which means it's time for a new Yahoo! logo -- but unlike the company's "30 days of change" that kicked off in early August, this one is permanent, whether the internet likes it or not.
Now that Apple's apparently smoothed out a lot of the kinks in iOS 7, it's finally starting to turn its attention to other upcoming updates. Today, Apple rolled out a new version of iCloud for developers, and it's chock-full of designs that more closely resemble's Jony Ive's extreme makeover for the Cupertino company's mobile OS.
The days leading up to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference are always a frenzied affair, a bundled mass of nerves and anticipation filled with rumors, spy shots and black-draped banners. It's only natural to expect big things from this year's keynote, but like any Apple event, people are sure to be disappointed. So before the big day arrives, I thought I'd help temper expectations a bit by breaking down the odds — with an emphasis on design, of course.
Yahoo! is on a tear this week, following up its new Yahoo! Mail app for iOS with a complete redesign of the company's official Flickr app -- which is curiously still not a universal build for the iPad.
Looks like WhitePages isn’t the only app hitting version 2.0 on Thursday -- eBay has just pushed out a major new upgrade of its existing iPad app that’s designed from the ground up for better search and the ability to revise seller listings.
Still waiting for a swanky new Mac to call your very own? You may have a bit of a wait ahead of you, judging from a new report claiming that Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processors will be delayed until “after June.”