MSNBC picked up a story over the weekend relating to an app developed by Josh Begley, a graduate student at New York University, which was designed to allow users to track the impact and death counts caused by U.S drone strikes.
iOS hacker George Hotz, (known to most as “GeoHot”), has announced the submission of a new app to Apple’s iTunes App Store this week. Called “Reactions,” the new app (if approved) will aim to capture the full story behind a user’s photo by capturing their facial reaction while taking said photo.
You’ll likely have to act super-quick on this one. TouchArcade reports that a “MAME”-esque arcade emulator has returned to the iTunes App Store this weekend, under the new title of “Gridlee.”
Publishing Update 30 to the project’s official Kickstarter page this afternoon, Pebble Technology has confirmed that it will officially begin shipping out the first units of the bluetooth-enabled smartwatch to the project’s backers, today. In the same breath, however, the company noted that it has hit a small snag – and as such a lesser amount of units than it expected will be going out from its fulfillment center over the next 24 hours.
Sharing the app’s official artwork for the first time yesterday, Pebble Technology has confirmed this week that its official app, for use in conjunction with its ‘Pebble’ smartwatch, will be available for download on the App Store before the first deliveries of the watch begin arriving on doorsteps around the world.