I too wish there are more choices for the "Relationship" field, and an "enter your own" option. Other than that, I want to make it more visible. If I'm unconscious, will the emergency responder know how to pull up my Medical ID?
Launch weekend is always about how many phones Apple can produce. China or not doesn't matter. Apple will sell every last one they can make. If China is missing, its allotment goes to other launch countries so the number of units sold is the same either way.
I'm using Quicken Essentials and thought about upgrading to this Quicken for Mac version. But after reading all these comments and learning about iBank 5, I think I'm going to iBank instead. 7 years... and they can't even give Mac users feature parity with Windows. I hate Adobe CC to death, but gotta give them credits for making Mac & PC versions working pretty much the same way on each platform.
I don't see what's the problem is. Other people with an iPhone will just see "there's a car with iBeacon here". Over time it will be a great many number of cars in the parking lot. I bet the Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, etc. are more attractive break in targets than my Chevrolet Cruz.
For people who wonder what ALS is: its most famous patient is Stephen Hawking. It's a terrible motor neuron disease where the patient slowly loses control of all muscles in his body. A family friend had it and he was totally dependent on his wife to care for his daily activities. Please support this as it is a worthwhile cause.
I'm sure the contract has a penalty clause in case one side doesn't comply with the terms. Breaking commercial contracts is a big deal. It's even scarier when you do so against a giant who has a bottomless pit of money to throw at its lawyers. If Samsung is found guilty we can surely expect some big damage claim from Microsoft.
I hate Samsung and hope that they get their ass whipped in this case. However, without seeing for full story from both sides, it's impossible to tell who's right and who's wrong. The contract may prohibit Microsoft from making Android phones, or using certain Samsung patents.
Anyway, it's nice to see that Samshit is being dragged to court once again.