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Phonebloks is a concept phone made of easily-replaceable and customisable component blocks to help curb the rise in electronic waste.
Ready for your close-up? This new Kickstarter campaign aims to produce a smartphone lens that lets you get up close and personal with your subjects.
Import video to Instagram, straighten your snaps and Android 4.0 support comes to Facebook's hugely popular camera app.
Want more visibility in the App Store? Sara Clayton looks at the lessons we can learn from the highly competitive weather app market.
Want to do some design work on the bus? Well now you can, as Adobe releases a version of its Photoshop Touch app for smartphones.
Apple has traditionally been the go-to platform for creatives, but Android is mounting a strong challenge. Dave Lee of Numero examines the pros and cons of each platform.
Integrating core accessibility into Android app development is relatively straightforward to do and should be considered as business as usual for every project
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Fontly is an iPhone and Android and web app for capturing, mapping, and exploring the world of vintage typography around us.
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This article first appeared in issue 223 of .net magazine – the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers.