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  • The Apple TimeBand

    Created as a concept piece by the “Industrial Design Group” who displayed it on the March/April 1991 back cover of Industrial Design magazine, it has buttons on the left that imply phone connectivity and print service. On the screen, menu… Read More ›

  • Is the Apple Pencil the next killer iPhone feature?

    Apple is obviously not going to be releasing a foldable phone this year. To attempt to do so at this time would be to have little regard for their customers and to effectively let them beta test a new technology… Read More ›

  • Bye Jony

    Apple’s chief design officer Jonathan Ive will depart the company later this year, bringing an end to a tenure spent crafting some of technology’s most influential products, including the iPhone. Ive, who has led Apple’s design team since 1996, is… Read More ›

  • If corporate logos were a little more honest

    These reinterpretations of corporate logos are to the point and on the whole spot on. The full set is here. And on the subject of logo design, how impressive is the one below for Tokyo 2020?

  • San Francisco to ban e-cigarettes

    San Francisco has become the first US city to ban sales of e-cigarettes until their health effects are clearer. Officials on Tuesday voted to ban stores selling the vaporisers and made it illegal for online retailers to deliver to addresses… Read More ›

  • The polls are clear

    For most of this year, polls have shown remain ahead of leave, typically by four to six points. But in a referendum between staying in the EU and leaving on the terms that the government has negotiated, staying enjoys an… Read More ›

  • iOS: what is essential and what is forgotten?

    On a recent trip to Belgium my iPhone proved invaluable in so many ways. From keeping tickets stored digitally to getting around using the quite brilliant Google Maps to of course capturing photos of all of the memorable moments. It… Read More ›