About a year ago, I came across a project on the crowd-funding site Kickstarter. Let’s be clear. It wasn’t the first project I’d backed on the site, so I knew what I was (potentially) getting into when I clicked that ‘Back this project’ button.
Okay, it’s not mobile-related (granted) … However, I wanted to give you all my initial first impressions on something cool that arrived on my doorstep this morning from Japan. Wanting to do this properly, (and considering the growing popularity and talk surrounding the “smartwatch”), I’ve thus gone ahead and created a brand new category for posts like this going forward. Subscribe for ‘Wrist Tech’ updates, today.
I’m no photographer, editor, or designer by any means. In fact, whenever I download a photo-managing or editing program, I often become immediately overwhelmed by the plethora of different, yet uniformly understood, features. I often find myself asking, “Magic Wand? – What in the world is that?!” or, “Did I just add contrast? No, that was just a saturation adjustment… or was it hue?” Yes, I’m really that inexperienced; so when I heard about the big update coming to MacPhun’s app Snapheal, I was excited but also very concerned. Would I be able to keep up with all the changes to the app’s interface? – Better yet, how would the apps new features and layout impact my already crippled workflow? I’m pleased to report that after playing with Snapheal 2.1 for almost a month now, I can say with utter[...]
With just two days to go before Apple’s iPad Mini goes on sale around the world, earlier this morning the industry embargo which the company placed on the product shortly after its announcement on October 23 – was lifted, seeing a number of well-respected journalists publish their full, hands-on reviews.