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I do it for free, I mean, I would do it for free. Tricky during meetings though.That's how it should be treated. Embrace the strengths of each gender. The message that some groups try to put out makes it seem like men have all conspired together to keep women down and that there needs to be a fight to rectify the situation. It's nothing like that, it's about understanding and inclusion and not treating differences as weaknesses.One example that women take issue with is...
It should have just enough bandwidth to cover uncompressed 5K at 60Hz but no more. If they use compression (it can be lossless), it would fit comfortably within the limits.
It seems too limited to me. There's an app out that just lets you communicate with emojis:"I'm a man of so many words, I don't know if there are enough emojis to say what I want to say".Scribbling your own drawings might expand the communication a bit but you don't get much time to do detailed drawings and you can't talk about topics that way. There's a smartwatch been designed recently to target women for $169 with gold/silver body and sapphire-coated glass and links with...
They could just make them explode if they detect deliberate bending. Android phone manufacturers have started doing it to people who buy cheap batteries:
They'll still have one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the world without using loopholes. The US is the worst so companies should really all leave the US and go to any EU country:http://taxfoundation.org/article/us-states-lead-world-high-corporate-taxeshttp://www.kpmg.com/global/en/services/tax/tax-tools-and-resources/pages/corporate-tax-rates-table.aspxMontenegro is only 9% and is very picturesque:I think it would have to be more than consumption tax. You could...
There's no multiple taps for letters, it's doing predictive typing. You tap on groups of letters once and it can tell roughly what you meant to type by the order of the taps. He swipes to the right to insert a space, back to delete. The parts where he holds down the letter are for special characters.On a smartphone where you have the space, it's not necessary but on a smartwatch, the choice is pretty much use a novel input method or voice, which might not be appropriate at...
It will have affected a portion of paper sales - 30% of all books sold are ebooks. The Kindle has affected it more but the iPad is in there:http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeremygreenfield/2013/10/30/kindle-most-popular-device-for-ebooks-beating-out-ipad-tablets-on-the-rise/Then there's note-taking: stickies vs phone reminders.Before the iPhone, selfies all had to be hand-drawn too. I remember that. Mine turned out better back then for some reason.
If they unveiled it for sale later, it would kill sales of the current model and the Air is Apple's highest selling Mac. Broadwell parts will be available by early 2015 but they have no recurring events until WWDC. That was the only thing I really wanted to see at this event.
The only real advantages they offer are battery life of 0.5-1 year vs Quote:Originally Posted by nht A replacement of the movement will make a 2015 apple watch into a 2017 apple watch in terms of functionality.  So a more expensive edition watch can retain its value over time with a $200-$300 replacement of the internals.  I don't think that this is something that Apple has overlooked for a demographic that obviously can afford to spend money on luxury items.If they go...
Internet doctors, what could possibly go wrong? There was a news article a while back about someone posing as a doctor online who convinced women to point their webcams at intimate body parts in the hope of being diagnosed for their conditions. I'm not sure how arousing it would be if they did have a serious condition though. I could see this creating a lot of dangerous phishing attempts. Speaking of which, there's now a new image/video leak where a 3rd party company...
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