The advent of digital music dramatically shaped my adolescence. Like many other 25-year-olds, I remember the sudden shift from cassettes, Walkmans, and CDs to Limewire, Zune, Napster/Rhapsody, and iTunes. Needless to say, you can’t talk about the digital age and music without mentioning Apple.
the pic above basically sums up Apple at present
Kinja issue - I haven’t been surfing Oppo enough to see if this has been reported or not, but when I click on a notification I get taken to the article, but not the comment that was recommended or replied to. I’m using Chrome on iOS and Mac OS X 10.something and it’s happening on both. I’ve noticed it for the last…
The IoT (Internet of Things), connected cars, autonomous driving, and such are all the rage these days. And as the topic du jour, there’s a lot of uninformed analysis and speculation being thrown around - even by big banking analysts who you’d normally expect to know what they’re talking about.
Drift 84 is a game that doesn't look much at first, but it's so addictive that it will force you to play until the battery runs out - many hours later. And it comes with a good story.
This logo is on Ken Blocks 845hp Mustang from Gymkhana 7:
Found this on Kickstarter, looks interesting. 6 days to go.
You can't actually see where the stylus is pointing, and lines never land where you intend them to.
I am trying to download iOS 7 and my itunes wont update to version 11.1, it still thinks 11.0.5 is the newest version and won't let me download the new OS. Anyone else having this problem? I'm on a relatively new iMac. EDIT: Updating via WiFi
2K Drive skids onto iTunes at $6.99 this morning. 2K cares not for your traditional free-to-play nonsense, and so far the results have been pretty stellar. Hopefully the trend continues with 2K Drive, the ambitious racer/car fanciers' club from former Bizarre Creations folks, which should be available in the app…