Photographers across 18 categories submitted their best iPhone photos.
Below are some of the notable images I encountered tonight, and I consider them a photo essay of sorts even though many of the images are not mine, but they are what I will remember about Sandy, more than the hundreds of news stories that will come out tomorrow and try to fashion a narrative for me.
According to a survey of 2,000 users by Hunch, a startup that charts taste, your smartphone may give others a glimpse at your cultural tribe and affinities.
Design consultancy Pensa’s new video concept explores on-the-go charging stations for our gadgets.
LOS ANGELES — I’ve been with Apple since the very early days, long before the iMac and iPad changed things forever for the company. I still remember the black and white graphical user interface of yesteryear, with flat white folders and a gray trash scan.
LOS ANGELES — We use our phones increasingly for getting around, taking pictures and finding the next place to eat. It’s not quite accurate to call them phones anymore — they’re really mini computers and GPS tracking devices, with all your friends tagging along. LA Re.Play, an exhibition of “mobile media art,” aimed to look at the growing intersection between mobile phones and our offline lives.
LOS ANGELES — Last year, Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison for “propaganda against the state.” In addition to the prison sentence, he was banned from making films for twenty years. But his latest film is shot entirely on iPhones.
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