Six months after Apple removed Blockchain from its online App Store—effectively preventing people from using the popular bitcoin wallet app on the iPhone and the iPad—the tech giant has now allowed the app back into the store. “This seems to be the first strong and real sign they are ready to accommodate future digital currency development,” the makers of Blockchain said a statement, referring to Apple. “It goes a long way to legitimizing bitcoin and now provides hundreds of millions of iOS users access to bitcoin applications.”
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Unless you are Temple Run or Angry Birds your app is probably not as popular as you wish it was! Businesses are now frantically creating apps and sometimes hastily tossing an app into the world of downloads leads to errors!
If you mostly read English or other Romance or Germanic languages, you’ve been spoiled for choice with digital fonts. The Latin alphabet has long been the subject of intense typographical exploration, with thousands of fonts available in more styles and weights than most non-designers would ever think necessary. Readers of non-Latin scripts like Chinese, Hindi, or Hebrew have never enjoyed such diversity.
Now the globalization of fonts is erasing this disparity. Type design and delivery might seem esoteric, but the flattening world of type actually speaks volumes about the economic and technological changes that are creating a truly global internet. Click headline to read more--
Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
Technical.ly A Startup Accelerator For Data-Driven Social Enterprises Addressing Climate ... Forbes The White House just announced a sizeable series of public and private sector initiatives aimed at climate change.
At ContractIQ, we often find early stage entrepreneurs coming up to us with their product ideas albeit with a clean slate on outsourcing their MVP or what it ta (#Outsourcing #App Development – The Maintenance Mess
Wired Why Design, Not Technology, Inspires the Future Wired With the technology giants of Google and Microsoft clamoring to become more design-led, it was telling that when Bill Gates was asked shortly after the death of Steve Jobs the one quality...
Silicon Valley's killer app San Jose Mercury News While the 7-minute-long death scene drew a final curtain on the life of the father of five, it raised another on a dark and largely hidden side of Silicon Valley in 2014.
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