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Posts by Robin Huber

Would love to hear what the numbers are in terms of how many chose Apple or PC.
Google, giving away the intellectual property of others for FREEEE. (Yeah, I know, Apple didn't invent the cloud . . . )
I want to watch Siri and Cortana "work" together. 😛
It's possibly a good move for Microsoft. Enterprise was once the equal partner with consumer products in their overall game plan. As the consumer side shrinks under Apple pressure, enterprise is becoming their main tent pole. BB, for all its woes, continues to maintain a foothold in enterprise. This move, with its patent acquisition, bolsters MS in the mobile business arena. Remember that Apple is partnered with IBM to produce enterprise mobile apps, a move the MS may feel...
It's not about whether the hardware is ABLE to work with Pay, it's whether the corporation behind it is willing to give up all that consumer data that they are used to harvesting.
Right. It shows up in the Passport app looking like a card.
Smart move on Apple's part. Agree with rogifan, people don't want smart TVs. As Yakov Smirnov used to say, "In Russia, TV watches you!"
You cannot pay directly with Pay. You can only load your Starbucks Card using Pay. 
Boy, Starbuck's and Apple used to be BFFs. Free Song Of The Week on iTunes, Starbucks card among the first on Passport app. Now Starbuck's is dancing with Spotify, a rival of Beats, and are not playing nice with Pay. Was it something we said?
I am waiting for second generation aftermarket CarPlay unit for my 2015 Forester. Alpine's makes you lose your XM, HD Radio, and any CD functionality you might have. Pioneer is more fully featured, but I am not convinced it will take advantage of car's internal GPS and Harmon Kardon amp. Would hate to bypass all that. Too much to hope Subaru will offer an OEM upgrade when they start including CarPlay on 2016 or 2017 models.
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