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Been looking for a device like this for years, keeping my eye out for them as they arrive. And even tried some products out, to the waste of good money. Sounds like this product might do it. It uses BlueTooth, it says. Which Bluetooth? Requires LE? Or does it support 3.0 also. Some of us have older machines (like from 2011). I would like to read their user guide before I consider buying this product. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem that the company makes the user guide...
I'll have to check this out. I listen to music, but I take long walks in quiet settings to listen to language lessons. Frequency is not much of an issue, but I'm tired to deknotting corded headphones, and would also like a convenient way to "back up" 5 to 10 seconds when I've missed a piece of sentence.
The issue with MCX decision is it's illogic. Using ApplePay changes nothing. Each of these companies must continue to take credit cards, whether that credit card transaction is through NFC ApplePay or Google Wallet or by swiping the card is irrelevant. The irrationality of the MCX decision and its exclusivity is transparent.    Then, the story makes statements involving the CurrentC merchants working together!  "Working together" is wholly unnecessary from a technical...
My guess is A-List actors will never bite since the script and biography on which it is based bites.
24 or 36 months is still measured in months.
Means dividends will rise, share price will increase, value of Apple will increase with no increase in productivity. Apple is simply unable to figure out what to do with the cash it earns. It probably should be buying up content providers, broadcasters, tv manufacturers.
If true, this will be OS X/iOS running under ARM with touch support. The merger has to happen.
Google's core is tracking users and advertising and perhaps as NSA contractor. Everything else is skunkworks. Another view of Google is a for-profit and poorly run copy of Apache Inc.
If your product's success depends on the name you happen to give the product, you don't have a product.
I don't think Apple went thermonuclear on Samsung. Apple was doing what Apple does; nothing they have done in bringing products to market strikes me as focused on going after Samsung. Samsung's business model, tied as it is to Google, isn't effective by comparison. Apple's pricing has always been on the high end, and their market share on the low end. In order to charge higher prices and make higher profits Apple makes products that must be perceived as of higher...
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