What happens when a panoramic shot rolls downhill — This photograph was posted to Twitter by @Wild_Outdoors. It’s captioned ‘Panoramic picture taken while rolling down a hill,’ which pretty much tells you what you need to know. (Via MacObserver.)
Neil Young’s $400 Pono hi-def music player loses to Apple’s iPhone in blind audio test — Though it has the backing of legendary rocker Neil Young, the new Pono music player for audiophiles doesn’t actually sound much better, or better at all, than high-quality MP3s played from an Apple iPhone.
How to play Louie Louie on your iPad — Yesterday Christopher Breen showed you how to record Louie Louie on your Mac [as reported here]. But why should Mac users have all the fun when this three-chord delight can also be recorded on an iPad?
Apple Seeds 5th Beta for iOS 8.2 to Developers — Apple Apple released iOS 8.2 Beta 5 to developers on Monday. The update includes only minor bug fixes to previous developer seeds. iOS 8.2 as a whole focuses on the addition of WatchKit for Apple Watch, improvements and changes to HealthKit, changes with Notification Center, and more.
Train like an Ironman with these apps for triathletes — If you’re about to run your first triathlon, or if you’re a seasoned vet working towards a better time, then you already know this race is famed for its demands on the body and the mind, making training for the event uniquely rigorous. Here are some apps to help.
Pixie is a ‘Location of Things’ key-fob doohickey that helps you find all your things — The worst thing about the Internet of Things is all the runaway things: they can become difficult to keep track of. This new object-tracking gadget, Pixie, helps you catalogue all your wayward stuff, and then hunt them down with pinpoint accuracy.