Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) has been running for 34 years, which is 6 years longer than The Simpsons. Like Netflix, Apple likes to drop a whole season at once. When it does, I devote that week and the following weekend to binge-watching as many videos as I can and trying out some of the new technology, especially as it relates to iOS.
In the past 10 years, a big portion of these conferences has been devoted to iOS. This is where we learned about the first iPhone SDK, notifications, share and today widgets, the iOS 7 redesign, iPad multitasking, and other iOS milestones. I was genuinely surprised with some of the announcements this year.The post Apple's WWDC 2017 Highlights For iOS Developers appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
When we talk about innovation, the safety industry isn't always the first that comes to mind. However, with the amount of technological progress taking shape on a daily basis, this is actually one of the fastest moving fields out. Yes, the safety industry is about to get a major facelift with innovative technologies at the forefront. If you've been keeping up with any of the major technological changes in the past couple years, many of these applications are directly applied to the safety industry. Sectors like AI, Machine Learning, E-Learning, and Wearable Tech are quickly adapting to the shifting
Can you believe it is May already? Time flies! Here in Belgium, spring has arrived and has brought along its bright colors, the delicate odours of blooming flowers, as well as the cheerful chirping of birds. I try to soak it all in as this is my favorite time of the year.
[img]https://cdn2.tnwcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-10-at-16.13.08-796x453.png As reports about the upcoming iPhone continue to heat up, the latest one backs up previous speculation that Apple could finally be moving forward with introducing iris scanning technology to its flagship handsets so you can unlock your phone¬†with your eyes. Citing undisclosed insiders, Taiwanese news outlet DigiTimes reports that, in addition to wireless charging and an OLED screen, the revamped iPhone 8 will also pack¬†an iris scanner. Among other things, the new feature is expected to¬†simplify the authentication process for mobile services like Apple Pay. It's worth noting the¬†publication previously suggested Apple has no plans to include iris scanning‚Ä¶
[img]https://cdn2.tnwcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2017/02/castlevania-draculas-curse-796x398.png Gamers, try to contain yourselves. Netflix, according to a company announcement today, is working on a fresh take on the¬†classic gaming series Castlevania. We don't know much¬†yet, but acclaimed writer Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Iron Man) has signed on to write at least the first season. For Ellis, the project isn't a new one. There's concept art dating back to 2008 from an animated screenplay titled: Castlevania: Dracula's Curse. The project, which started in¬†2006, has since become a partnership between¬†51 Productions and Frederator - the company that currently owns the rights to Castlevania. Ellis and Frederator's vision for the project was‚Ä¶