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There's a lot that is similar and it seems like things are approaching commodity status. Spotify has a developer community and lots of plug-ins that iTunes does or could arguably replicate. They did launch much sooner and maybe a lot of music lovers are there already who will stay for lots of reasons. I like that when you dig into an artist's catalog you can now buy merch like t-shirts and stuff. Really, that's a really cool addition.    On the other hand Beats has the...
Would be really interesting to see the model breakdown. I bet MBA or MBP kicks the pants off any particular model of Dell or HP.
What? No problem for me. iOS 8 then 8.0.2 with Panasonic in the car was fine. (I never installed 8.0.1.) Why is this about auto bluetooth? It's no different than any other bluetooth implementation is it? Something is missing from this article. Maybe this report is based on just a bit of anecdote. This is how rumors get started. Need someone to drop some science on this problem.
 Yeah. And keep firing him until the phones don't bend any more! And the US gets a single payer health care system. And until my wife comes back with the kids.
 NM. I just went and those are there now.
I just installed iOS 8 and went to look for the new keyboards. Searching for "Swype" or "Swype Nuance" and Swift or "SwiftKey" or "SwiftKey Keyboard" is not helpful. The result is for items that aren't made by Nuance or SwiftKey. That's bad news and is going to give the legit keyboards a bad reputation.
 Aha. I see this link but I had to use Chrome with no extensions and not signing in. Awful.     [[SPOILER]]
 ...let Android have the high end market......let Android have the high end market...??? ...I hope Apple will aim on having the best devices... Someone trolling?
 We don't know how people got to each of the celebrities' accounts and maybe there are multiple methods in this particular case. Having good computer-user habits is important but that means understanding all the attack vectors. And there's no one who knows it all. It's not useful to simply blame the victim.  I think the analogy with the physical home is helpful to simplify the discussion but that's only going to go so far. Go ahead and put on the new lock and get a gun....
Nice work there with "When I step back from this terrible scenario that happened and say what more could we have done..." Others need to answer this question as well. That's the important one here.   While there has been speculation of brute force against Find my iPhone that's not proven yet. Is there a reasonable way to block social engineering, password guesses, phishing, etc? It seems like what happened over the weekend has been a long time coming by a lot of people...
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