Available today to a handful of test companies, Facebook At Work is a collaboration tool that lets colleagues communicate through a web interface or a mobile app, instead of using email. Though it looks like Facebook, there will be no ads and the company will not collect user data.
More and more artists and creators are taking the smartphone seriously as a real camera and tool for creating powerful images. And while apps can help create great pictures, if you want to take your smartphone camera work to the next level, there are a few great products that are helping artists achieve these amazing images.
Did you know that you can shoot, color correct, add music and even edit an entire short film on a smartphone? With a variety of gadgets, apps and a few items from our smartphone photographer guide, you'll have a toolkit that absolutely kicks butt.
Video games get more and more artistic every year. As more and more artists choose to dedicate their incredible storytelling capabilities to gaming, more of us to get enjoy the benefits. This year, especially, there has been a real renaissance of mind-blowingly beautiful mobile games.
Last week I commented to my partner, "Well, if I go missing, you'll know the internet and cable companies are behind it," so why not go ahead and piss off the third member of this unholy utility trinity? Let's talk about cell phone coverage.
Video stabilization is a big deal in smartphone tech right now. The leader, Hyperlapse, is an Instagram founded app that allows you to take video and stabilize and then speed it up. Only problem? Those horizontal timelapses end up looking a bit, well, sideways. Here's an app that will fix them:
Were you one of the over-10 million people that went out to get a new iPhone this weekend? Instead of risking mass hysteria, I've been trolling the internet looking for my next case and will head out for my phone some day this week. Here are a few that design nerds will love.