Many iOS apps are designed specifically for the iPad.While most iPhone apps do support the iPad, there are thousands of great apps in the Apple App Store that are meant to run on bigger screens. Whether you want one for illustrating or writing essays or gaming, you have a multitude of options. There are so many it can be hard to decide which are worth trying. But we at Pocket-lint have been using the iPad faithfully since 2010.That means we know which apps are amazing. To help clue you in, we've assembled this ultimate guide of the best iPad apps. We've arranged everything by category, too, with apps listed alphabetically in each section, so it should be easy to find the perfect app for your tablet.If you want to know find great apps for the iPhone, we have a guide on that here.AR and VR (non-games)IKEA PlaceIKEA Place lets you virtually see 3D, true-to-scale IKEA products in your space. It includes most of IKEA's catalogue, like sofas and chairs, and helps you to better understand the … [Read more...] about Best iPad apps: The ultimate guide
Workplace halloween ideas
By Adam RubenOct. 31, 2018 , 9:00 AM A few years ago, the biotech company where I work announced a Halloween costume contest. I think it might have been the first time we’d had one, and the proclamation wasn’t exactly met with enthusiasm. After all, a workplace costume contest is a dicey affair. You spend most days convincing your co-workers that you’re a serious colleague, then—1 day a year—hey! Look at me! I’m a sexy cat! But a costume contest at a science workplace is particularly fraught. It may sound innocuous and fun, but your colleagues and superiors are assessing the cleverness of your costume as a proxy for your general ingenuity—or, at least, you fear that they are. My co-workers and I carefully considered what the ideal costume could be. It had to be something nerdy, something dignified yet whimsical, something germane to our research. It had to belie enough effort to not look half-assed, but not so much effort as to raise … [Read more...] about Happy Science-o-ween!
By Austin Weinstein Published 4:09 pm PDT, Friday, September 28, 2018 Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff receives a Hawaiian lei at the beginning of the opening keynote at this week’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, the company’s largest event of the year. Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff receives a Hawaiian lei at the beginning of the opening keynote at this week’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, the company’s largest event of the year. Photo: David Paul Morris / Bloomberg Salesforce Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne recently purchased ki‘i (image) representative of the Hawaiian god Ku¯ from the collection of Pierre and Claude Ve´rite´ through a public auction held at Christie’s Paris in November 2017 and donated it to the Bishop Museum of Hawaii. less Salesforce Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne recently purchased … [Read more...] about Salesforce’s Hawaii obsession provokes debate over appropriation
Yesterday I wrote about how differently Brian Acton and David Marcus saw the WhatsApp acquisition, and what it meant for Facebook’s future. Several others picked up on a different part of Marcus’ memo, though, and It’s worth noting as well. The section that caught so much attention is the very end: As a former lifelong entrepreneur and founder, there’s no other large company I’d work at, and no other leader I’d work for. I want to work on hard problems that positively impact the lives of billions of people around the world. And Facebook is truly the only company that’s singularly about people. Not about selling devices. Not about delivering goods with less friction. Not about entertaining you. Not about helping you find information. Just about people. It makes it hard sometimes because people don’t always behave in predictable ways (algorithms do), but it’s so worth it. Because connecting people is a noble mission, and the bad is … [Read more...] about Facebook is pushing out its most creative skeptics