Making good software isn’t hard. But in the race to generate more revenue, businesses sometimes lose sight of what’s important. In fact, sticking to a few basic rules can help you grow your bottom line. In this three-part series, I explain how the golden rules of software development will help you create software people love
An Apple store in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Two students in Oregon allegedly defrauded the company out of nearly $900,000, according to a criminal complaint. Mary Altaffer/AP Two men allegedly scammed Apple out of nearly $900,000 by essentially trading the company fake iPhones for legitimate devices. According to federal prosecutors it was an
Since childhood, many have carried a Swiss Army Knife in a pocket or purse—always. Before the days of Visa credit cards, a pocket knife was the one thing any prepared adult couldn’t leave home without—because no matter what problem happened to arise, it was the tool that would inevitably somehow provide or create a solution.
At the top-right corner of every Google web page is your profile icon, web app launcher, and notifications. Google is now planning to deprecate the oft-used Notifications Widget from the navigation bar next month. Introduced alongside Google+ back in 2011, the bell icon was aimed at quickly delivering notifications for the social network on whatever Google service you were using.
Image credit: TechRadar Apple has filed patents with the US Patent and Trademark Office that show various configurations of how a foldable iPhone could work. A selection of images show different designs that would allow a device to be folded down and reduced in size, in order to make it more portable. Several of the images show
The latest issue of T3 magazine is out now, and it’s all about the best tech coming your way in 2019. Our gadget wishlist looks at the most exciting new releases coming in 2019, from smarter home gear for every room to a 10-second toothbrush, to a wireless 4K connector, to a new generation of