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ResearchKit is the Apple Watch’s killer feature

Apple made a pretty brilliant move with the launch of their ResearchKit framework.

The Apple Watch: maybe, maybe not

It’s hard to get jazzed about drawing daises on my watch to send to my loved one.

Appidemic: Van Gogh Art Essentials for iOS

Build your own Van Gogh catalogue.

WaterField Designs’ Spike Wallet for Apple Pay users

Accommodate just the essentials when you’re going card-free with ApplePay.

Appidemic: Blockwick 2 for iOS, Android

It’s an addictive solo experience that had me playing non-stop on my way to work…for a little while.

Appidemic: Moto Joe for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

The stunt bike has been provided—no helmet necessary.

What’s more important: smartphone market share or profits?

Apple lost smartphone market share in 2014. So what? They also made a lot of money.

Interview: Jeff Vogel of Spiderweb Software

“One of my key bits of advice for any young creative person, no matter what the medium, is to be a constant reader.”

To stand out, the Apple Watch needs to stick to the basics

Ask not what the Apple watch will do, ask what it will do for you.

Hands-on with Google’s YouTube Kids iOS app

YouTube Kids makes it safer and easier for children to find videos on topics they want to explore.

Appidemic: Dragon Quest 2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Dragon Quest 2 can’t compare to modern games, but it’s not supposed to.

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Why practical driverless cars are decades away – perhaps never

“Ignorant troglodyte?” Stuck in 1995? We’ll take those over being woefully, almost touchingly over-optimisitc.