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Still happy to use Office for Mac 2011. I don't need another yearly subscription fee in my life.
I encourage everyone here to be respectful in their replies to this article. If you hold strong personal views on this topic please a deep breath and consider that a technology forum might not be an appropriate forum to share them.
 In the short term the question really boils down to whether customers want the reward points enough to change where they shop, and how much custom the retailers can afford to lose in their effort to avoid credit card fees. We already know the answer to this from the existing credit card system. Many business absorb fees because they can't afford to lose customers. I imagine that Apple Pay/Passbook will eventually work in tandem so you can choose to subscribe to coupon...
 I actually don't understand everyone's opposition to iTunes. Apart from The removal of the sidebar (which was momentarily confusing) I think the interface has improved a little at a time. I do wish the iOS version was easier to use - for instance a long press on a song should give contextual options like "add to playlist". On the go playlist management is a million times more awkward than it needs to be. I agreed that they really need to spin other content out of iTunes...
Just launch ApplePay in Australia already - It's rare to find an EFTPOS terminal that isn't PayPass/PayWave equipped!
But does it have 2GB of RAM?
I can't wait for this to launch in Australia. I really hope we don't have to wait 12 months. The terminals are already in widespread and my bank at least is showing interest.
 If GTAT can't meet it's obligations shouldn't they be required to sell off not just the furnaces but other assets including their IP as well?
The most interesting thing about this is each Spotlight search that replaces a Google search has the potential to improve your online privacy.   Apple's explanation seems reasonable. I'm satisfied that this is not being used to profile This is used to provide and probably provide a degree of context for follow up searches. I trust Apple not to abuse this because their business model is not dependent on it.       It's the profiling and tracking between websites that I...
 Which is exactly what happened. On some plans excess data above what is included in a cap is charged at upwards of $1 per MB which could easily run into hundreds of dollars. People who have low data caps are also the kind of people that aren't likely to understand the detailed consequences of having the automatic download settings turned. Maybe they almost never buys music or apps and turned this on once and forgot about it. They are also the kind of people that don't...
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