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Very smart move when you consider the changes in fraud insurance coming next Oct. no way is Square going to want to take the hit and subscribing merchants can't afford it. Plus if Apple Pay takes off big by then no one wants someone to decide to go to a bigger shop over the issue
Rumor has it that yes they can.,apparently Google has tossed the same keys
One theoretical dead kid. After all the DOJ is assuming that the answer to find the kid would be in the phone in the first place. Any decently smart criminal would know to turn off location services, delete messages right away, etc.
no, a child will die because the police etc can't do their job without Apple hacking into phones for them. Not to mention, there has to be a way for Apple to find out the iCloud account for a phone cause they can remove activation lock. Thus they can access any contacts, backups etc with a proper warrant.
Why do I feel like this is going to be like the "real Apple TV" and be delayed and delayed until it just never happens
Apple should open this up to websites. Like Google adsense. Even if it was paid in iTunes store credits or Apple Store gift cards many folks would go for it. Especially if there was more control over the type of ads. My sister has a blog about Disney and she put up ads just to cover her domain fees etc and she's constantly getting ads for adult diapers, condoms, ED drugs, gentle and clubs etc. on a site meant to be teen friendly.she has to go in and block the URL cause...
I see a future for an Apple take on Google Glass. But with al lenses. Imagine traveling and you look at a sign that isn't in your native language. Your iGlasses have a camera that 'reads' the sign, sends info to an app on your phone and then sends back the translation to your display. Walking directions that even recognize where you are by buildings etc. All kinds of things you could do.
This was in Texas. I wonder if it was East Texas, because that district is known for being plaintiff friendly. It's why they all try to get their cases there. The judges are biased to agree with them. If it is then expect Apple to appeal.
If everyone knows password, you might as well not have one
I agree and disagree with this whole debate. I think that throttling and fast lanes aren't really that evil. It's how they are being done that I object to. And I object to this continued game of letting companies have legal monopolies. Competition breds fairer pricing, a need to keep services up to par etc. why am I paying $40 a month for 'up to' a speed I rarely get half of. Because I have no other choice. It's cable or no internet in my area so I just have to bend over...
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