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Can be backed up manually, or by turning on Sync Collections.http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT4227
Well designed indeed especially when a 9 yr old can easily use it. Thanks for the info.
The amazing thing about Embark is that it's not a native app. We took a ride this past weekend, and before we left the house my son knew that the train we were taking was going to skip some stops.http://letsembark.com/#apps
I agree. My 9 yr old son is a master with the NYC subway map. There's an app called Embark NYC that has subway schedules, and is updated to show delays, or temporary reroutes.
Maybe this is the bug they have.http://imore.com/what-other-storage-category-iphone-and-ipad-and-how-fix-it
Iovine has a 'don't sue me' look.
I've been a Netflix customer for a long time, and was excited when I heard that they were developing a streaming box, because it would mean no waiting for DVDs to arrive, so I followed the story closely. They hired the CEO of Roku, but initially weren't going to use that name. I don't remember where I read it, and how it was decided is unknown, but the CEO of Netflix decided it was best if they weren't so closely associated to the box. Allowing competitors on your device...
You got the Old part right, Grand Old Party.
It was a two fold strategy, they got other services to get on board the Roku, and they weren't blocked from other devices. Smart move, and I'm also impressed at how much market share they've gotten with little to no advertising.
He did until 2007.
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