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...or iPhone owners who simply prefer a watch style or shape that Apple doesn't offer. Not everyone has the same fashion tastes and one size won't fit all.
Not rounds!! Dang, get it right for Pete's sake. Rectangular, rectangular. . .
You did. In your defense it's tough to keep track with so having happened.
I think Apple's upcoming music app might be Android compatible if rumors hold true. If so perhaps it's just the first of a few different Apple apps that will get Android support too.
Google also employs their own security staff rather than outsourcing, having made the change last year. So Apple copying Google again I see. /shttp://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2014/10/03/google-to-make-security-guards-as-employees-rather-than-contractors/
MasterCard posted a video introducing Samsung Pay. Pretty short but gives an idea how it will work in practice: I did find it surprising that the launch partners included JP Morgan Chase & Co., Bank of America, Citigroup and US Bancorp. I think those may be the four largest card-issuers in the US outside of American Express. I guess that's called hedging your bets. EDIT: Found this one too, a lot more...
Gosh, now TouchID is so yesterday. Make way for ultrasonic scanning I guess. http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/03/qualcomm-unveils-its-answer-to-touch-id-ultrasonic-fingerprint-scanning/
http://www.essentialpatentblog.com/2014/04/federal-circuit-rules-no-per-se-prohibition-of-injunctions-for-standard-essential-patents-apple-v-motorola/http://www.law360.com/articles/533433/apple-v-motorola-lessons-on-damages-sep-injunctionsIn case you need a refresher on what happened and why.
LOL. I doubt you'll hear any ads.
This makes more sense if you know about Qualcomm's new Licensed Assisted Access chipset, FSM 99xx, designed for mobile applications. It lets devices get LTE service via unclaimed wifi spectrum. You might expect to see it in some upcoming Android devices this year. Not sure what LAA is? Here's a link to an article about it. http://www.computerworld.com/article/2880206/are-carriers-trying-to-steal-wi-fis-spectrum-not-exactly.html
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