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Add storage and battery capacity to your iPhone 5/5s with the new Mophie Space Pack
My iPhone 5s doesn't last me a full day and I have to actively manage the photos and video I store due to limited capacity.
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Cone Wi-Fi Radio Gets To Know You
A San Francisco start-up called Aether has emerged from two years of stealth mode to introduce the Cone "thinking music player."
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Apple's CarPlay Doesn't Think Different
Apple's foray into automotive infotainment is both like and unlike how the company has approached other products categories-and the result is less than impressive.
Got Milk: after failing to steal Spotify's thunder, Samsung aims for Pandora
Samsung's new Milk app wants to beat Pandora with a novel UI and without any annoying ads.
Apple Adds Support For External Retina Displays In Recent Os X Beta
Apple just added external retina display support in a recent beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3, According to 9to5mac .
Sony Sells Off Original Tokyo HQ Amid Reform
The move comes as it battles to sustain profits amid major restructuring to maintain its viability in the electronics sector.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Aether Scoops Your Music Taste Into a Cone
Aether claims to have developed a machine-learning algorithm capable of getting inside your head and figuring out what you want to hear, based on an evaluation of your past selections.
Apple loses bid for U.S. ban on Samsung smartphone sales
A U.S. judge on Thursday rejected Apple's request for a permanent sales ban in the United States against some older Samsung smartphones, a key setback for the iPhone maker in its global patent battle.
Apple Patents Built-In Automated Emergency Detection And Assistance For iPhone
A new patent application by Apple just published by the USPTO adds a feature to an iPhone that may not be as cool as an optical heart rate sensor, but could be just as life-saving: the new tech would use data from onboard sensor to automatically detect when a user is subject to physical attack, including car crashes and violent personal ... (more)
A letter from me to myself in 1999 about the internet
This month marks 15 years since I first used the internet at home. I thought I'd write a letter to myself, aged 14, about how things have changed since then.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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iPods Awaken Memories Through Music for Those with Alzheimer's
Jean Paese says an iPod playlist of barbershop music helps her see glimpses of the Bill Paese she married 53 years ago.
Apple Working On More Third-Party Integrations For Siri With iWatch In Mind, Report Claims
Apple is working to make Siri play nice with more third-party apps and services, according to a new report from The Information .
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Apple downloads squeezed as streaming calls the tune
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Janus Friis' Next Act Is A Hardware Startup Called Aether, And...
Janus Friis made his name founding a series of disruptive software startups such as Skype, Rdio, Joost and KaZaA - some more successful than others .
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Apple CarPlay - 8 things you can do with Apple's in-car system
CarPlay is Apple's new in-car platform. It will let you control your car's entertainment and GPS system, and it connects to any Lightning dock-equipped iPhone - that's an iPhone 5, and iPhone 5C or an iPhone 5S .
The Worst Product Flops of All Time
The larger the company, the greater its capacity for taking risks. While pouring millions of dollars into market research and advertising campaigns can lead to tremendous successes, such ventures can also be a formula for the most miserable failures.
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Purchasers of Computers, Video Game Systems and Other Digital Devices ...
Class counsel and certain state Attorneys General alleged that the price fixing caused millions of consumers and businesses from around the country to pay too much for DRAM and products containing DRAM, such as computers, printers, and game systems.
Cone Wi-Fi radio gets to know you, plays what you like
You routinely listen to the radio at home by tuning in a favorite station and leaving it on that station.
Younity Turns Your Computers Into A Music Cloud
Like many people these days, I do almost all of my music listening with streaming services - on-demand subscriptions, online radio, random things shared on social networks, and my collections and playlists on various services.Even then, I occasionally need to listen to something on my home computer - friends' recordings, interviews, MP3 albums I've ... (more)
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Re: This will revolutionize cars like the ipod did to MP3 players
This post reminds me of when Peter Hinssen spoke at the InformationWeek Conference several years ago, and he poked fun at the fact that his iPhone told him "this device was not compatible" with the iPhone -- that it was his new $40,000 car was a "device" that needed to figure out how to fit into the Apple world.