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The following page summarizes the findings:http://www.frc.org/issuebrief/homosexual-parent-study-summary-of-findingsThe sample size was about 3000 people. A lot of the statements won't be directly related to the parenting - it's a study of correlation, not causation. Further down it mentions the criticisms including comparing unstable family situations with stable ones but it says that this is because "of the 248 children with homosexual parents who were surveyed, only two...
It doesn't look like his custom-made one, which looks like this:So he has at least two watches.
Well spotted, the person this story comes from is involved with two competing solutions:https://www.simplytapp.comhttps://www.modopayments.comIt looks like he's defending Apple Pay here:http://www.droplabs.co/?p=1157"Apple Pay is not secure: Laughable and pure FUD."but definitely suspect given his involvement with competitors.
The circle has a square area inside it for displaying text blocks. The available space on a similarly sized round watch for the main body text would be about 75% of the square one and the remaining segments would be used for status info to make up the difference:In some ways, that would be functionally better because it means that while scrolling vertically, your finger wouldn't come close to hitting the back button so you can swipe all the way up the watch face whereas on...
Unfortunately I expect it will be down to resale value and product size. If you robbed a store selling Android products, you'd make a fraction of the amount. Jewellery stores would be more valuable but likely aren't taking Apple Pay. They'll have to be careful with their gold Watch sales with Apple Pay. The criminals might target items below $2-3k in order to avoid hitting credit limits though so if the Watch is above that, they might avoid it.
They didn't give one, maybe an interviewer will ask them sometime. Get Kara Swisher on the case, she'll nag Tim until he gives the reason. It was probably lack of sales and then moving the development team around. This happened with some of their older software products. Randy Ubillos was part of the original team that made FCP and he created Premiere for Adobe:http://www.portlandave.com/randy/DEST/DEST.htmlIf he left Apple for some reason, I expect something similar would...
There's very little difference between the two shapes in terms of being able to fit content in, you just lay it out differently, the following is a size of round display that would be a little smaller than the Apple Watch, probably not far off the Huawei watch at 42mm:The round one offers more padding at the edges for text. On the square one, the text goes right to the edge of the display. With OLED, this display edge might not be visible so that makes the outer bezel...
This isn't Apple's main business. Google has to put this business model throughout most of their company's products because it's ~90% of their revenue, same with Facebook. With Apple, it's under 10%.It's not Apple choosing to use the advertising model, it's 3rd party developers publishing on Apple's platform. Given that they've made this choice already, Apple can only do two things: allow the advertising business to go to Google etc or offer a competing service. For...
Whoever made the chart probably didn't get enough sleep beforehand.
I wonder why they didn't just use Photos for managing and syncing the library and have Aperture become solely an editor that interfaces with this library of images. They can probably add a lot of the features back in with plug-ins but taking out the library parts of Aperture and pointing it at the Photos library would have been a quick way because there's quite a lot of features: http://www.apple.com/aperture/features/ It would give Photos users a quick upgrade path if...
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