Ever since Tim Cook has become CEO of Apple, the company has been more open to cooperating with its competitors. Through moves like putting the Apple TV app on non-Apple smart tis and finally allowing Siri support for Spotify, Apple has demonstrated that its isolationist ways are behind them, with the company embracing new policies… Continue reading What makes Apple’s new alliance with Amazon and Google so significant for Tim Cook’s Apple.
Month: December 2019
Design of the Day 12/17/19: A Modern Day Polaroid
I wanted to make the Polaroid, a classic and iconic device which is notoriously ig and clunky, be more portable. So I dreamt up the idea of making the Polaroid foldable with a hinge in the center which is capped with two hooks for a shoulder strap. It doesn’t have a display on the rear… Continue reading Design of the Day 12/17/19: A Modern Day Polaroid
Daily UI #090: For You
Why is it so hard to make a good game streaming service?
The Netflix of games, it sounds simple, doesn’t it. Well, apparently making a good game streaming service is harder than it sounds. Many companies, big and small, have tried to create such a promising service before. First it was OnLive, who produced a set top box device that could stream games to your living room… Continue reading Why is it so hard to make a good game streaming service?
Design of the Day 12/16/19: AirPods Redesign
Daily UI#090: Create New
With the Windows Phone officially dead, what is the future of Microsoft’s mobile endeavors?
For a while, it seemed that the Windows phone could be a legitimate competitor to IOS and Android. Microsoft went big on the advertising game and platform began to see some widespread adoption. It quickly became clear, however, that Windows Mobile was not long for this world. From the very beginning, Microsoft had a problem… Continue reading With the Windows Phone officially dead, what is the future of Microsoft’s mobile endeavors?
Design of the Day 12/15/19: Xbox Series V VR headset Concept
Daily UI #089: Terms and Conditions
An Apple enterprise only AR headset would betray everything the company stands for
Before 1977, computers were largely relegated to the business environment. In fact, at the time, many people didn’t even know what a computer was, sure they had heard about them, but most people only knew them as the room filling boxes as portrayed in science fiction. This all changed when Apple released the Apple II,… Continue reading An Apple enterprise only AR headset would betray everything the company stands for