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It is an undeniable fact that BT support in iOS gets progressively worse, not better, with each OS update.    Period.    If someone at Apple would like to challenge that assertion, please do so. Otherwise, it is a FACT that Apple pares down BT support to promulgate its accessory licensing program. To wit, my Alpine deck worked wonderfully with iOS7. Now, if I touch the metal part of my phone with my hands, BT transmission cuts out.   Same deck, different phone,...
And the shorting begins...
I've always why there isn't a lounge area in Apple Stores. I would love to go in and telecommute at an Apple Store. Of course, there'd need to be an Apple-designed espresso machine available...
F**k Comcast/Time Warner.
Oh lord. "192kHz/24-bit" My dog loves this, but my human ears can't hear the expanded dynamic range 24-bit music offers over 16-bit. Do what you want to make yourself feel better; if listening to lossless audio files makes you happy, then it did its job. But never kid yourself into thinking you didn't take a sip of snake oil. Thank you, Mr. Young. I'll still wave when I see you driving around the mountain roads near La Honda.
Holy crap, this is a great app. Connected my company's Exchange server, as well as my personal Gmail and iCloud accounts successfully, and the interface is very gorgeous and intuitive.    Kudos, Microsoft. 
The screenshots accompanying this article confound me. An iPhone running an FCC Speed Test app (FCC is an American entity) on the vodafone UK network's "closest target" is New York?
Yea, this was mentioned at the end of Apple's earnings call. Some analysts warned investors that this might put a drag on Apple stock's upside in the next 12-96 months, and urged their clients to sell their APPL holdings immediately. Another group of analysts predicted that Samsung and Al's Home Furnishings in southern Nebraska might move into this space and give Apple a run for its money in the developer portal arena.    Caveat emptor, indeed. 
Analysts will be bearish on sluggish aftermarket AC adapter sales.
"and found disfavor with Microsoft by announcing an exploit two days before the Redmond giant was due to issue a patch." Well, that could have been prevented had you released the patch the day before, now wouldn't it have, Microsoft?
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