Archive for November, 2012

Will.i.am launches accessory to turn iPhone into 14mp camera with keyboard

Thursday, November 29th, 2012


Will.i.am from Black Eyed Peas has announced his first iPhone accessory to ‘turbo charge iPhones to become a camera with interchangeable lenses’, making your iPhone a 14 mega-pixel camera with a keyboard. All under his own brand i.am+. Paired with an app on the device and an online account to share photos this looks like a very promising, and potentially very usable, accessory.
See on www.telegraph.co.uk

Mockery: A Better Way

Monday, November 26th, 2012


Mockery is a PHP extension that offers a superior mocking experience, particularly when compared to PHPUnit.
See on net.tutsplus.com

SugarSync 2.0 Beta and SugarSync for Windows 8/RT Announced

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

I love SugarSync. I love how it works with my current folder structure, instead of forcing me to put my folders and files in a different location. And SugarSync just announced their 2.0 Beta which looks even better than ever! And they are now supporting Windows 8 and Windows RT as well.

If you haven't tried SugarSync I recommend getting a free account and giving it a go. And if you do, maybe you could use this link and we both get extra storage for free!

See on www.sugarsync.com

Facebook Photo Sync on iOS

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012


It's not just for Android anymore. Facebook has figured out how to enable background auto-uploads and is now testing Photo Sync with a few iOS users.
See on techcrunch.com

Microsoft Surface vs. the iPad gen 4: The HTML5 Scorecard

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

An interesting comparison on the HTML5 performance of the Microsoft Surface verses the 4th generation iPad. Both perform well, the first tablet devices to surpass the iPad 2 on the scorecard. Web and mobile developers should have a read…

See on www.sencha.com

Very thorough iPad mini review

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

This is one of the better iPad mini reviews I have read. The verdict: "Apple's new iPad mini is likely to become its most popular iPad, due to a light, thin design that delivers tablet optimized apps in a more portable package at a reduced price."

See on appleinsider.com

20 All Too Common Coding Pitfalls For Beginners

Monday, November 12th, 2012


Regardless of our current skill level, we all were beginners at one point in time. Making classic beginner mistakes comes with the territory. Here's a handy list to get you started on the right track…
See on net.tutsplus.com

A Fantastic Overview of PHP Design Patterns

Monday, November 12th, 2012


A really good overview of core PHP design patterns and why and when you should use them.
See on net.tutsplus.com

Has Apple Lost Its Shine?

Friday, November 9th, 2012


With lukewarm sales for the new iPad Mini, significant changes in leadership, and crumbling stock prices, are competitors catching up? The answer is a clear yes I think. The real question is, can Apple continue to innovate into new markets the way they have been over the last decade. Or are they going to plateau? Time and the market will tell.
See on www.youtube.com

The 6 Layers of Mobile Enterprise Security

Thursday, November 8th, 2012


Are enterprises really doing enough to truly secure their mobile applications and data? This article discusses the shortfalls today, and lists the 6 layers of mobile enterprise security.
See on thinkmobile.appcelerator.com