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Dang...  I wasn't sure of the Tidal specs, definitely would have been nice to see them specifically stated in the article.
Again with the "just 256 kilobits per second" nonsense... Apple uses AAC to stream audio, everyone else uses MP3. Apple Music's 256k AAC playback is higher quality than the 320k MP3 format that competitors are using -- and on top of sounding better, AAC also has the added bonus of smaller file sizes.
Not to mention that interfacing the data-collecting computer with the vehicles Odometer is much more technically challenging than slapping a sensor on the tire and running the cable through the window.
Apple Maps data corroboration is my guess.
 Au contraire, it "does" exactly the same thing the app being talked about above does.  It shows you stored data from your embedded motion detection system.  Daily steps, daily distance, stairs climbed, etc...  It can also show data from other "health" and fitness related apps.  Again, I'm not seeing a need to fork over $2 for a shiny blue skin.
So wait... it does all the things that HealthKit currently does -- except it costs $2?
Pretty much :P
Zdziarski is a Joke.  Don't even get me started.
 Exactly.  They patent docs show it protruding so that Scamscum doesn't rip the idea before it gets to market.  The actual implementation will have the bayonet inset in the phone, to keep the smooth back face.
"...and find it interesting that the company is giving the downloads away for free. This is likely because they know they can't sell the applications themselves while Apple is including iWork for free with all new iOS device purchases" No. It's the only way to avoid giving Apple 30% of their cut.
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