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Of course it's not needed, it's just a different app with a different feature set, doing basically the same thing as other running/triathlon apps.I think this app is quite good, and thanks to Matt Stuehler we can now export the .gpx files from Nike.comhttps://mattstuehler.com/lab/NikePlus/
1) excellent article 2) damn this 1600 horizontal pixel screen; now I need to scroll to see where the stock is today
And many more over here: http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/340427.htm
Ha! Excellent point! Though, they're a bit late to admitting/acknowledge the undisputed, solidified, irrevocable and 'here to stay' importance of iOS.Well, MS does that as well:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OneDrive#Privacy_concernsAnd I'm sure Apple has automated the process of scanning for any unlawful material as well, as they all should; which is actually a pity: people should have enough common sense and be 'dignified' enough to know what is right and what is wrong....
http://m.wsj.net/video/20141028/102714wsjdcook3/102714wsjdcook3_v2_ec664k.mp4 edit: can't embed a .mp4 video on this site, strange. So, here's an article on a different site that has videos of Tim from the WSJ interview: Video: Tim Cook talks Apple Pay, Alibaba partnership, Apple Watch, fitness & more in WSJ interview http://9to5mac%2ecom/2014/10/28/watch-tim-cook-talk-apple-pay-alibaba-apple-watch-videos-wsj-interview/ I think Tim is doing a fantastic job, year after...
While I agree it would seem to be 'an offer one cannot refuse' it still remains 'one unlimited cloud storage thing' which is something entirely different from what Apple is offering. iCloudDrive may be a simple 'pool for data/files' for many cloud storage providers, Apple is taking a very different approach to cloud storage: they do not simply offer a HDD in the cloud, but offer services: https://www.apple.com/ios/whats-new/icloud-drive/Paul Thurrott: "Paid cloud storage...
At least Apple paid Xerox. I can't find any info on MS paying any company for their implementation of multi gesture on a large touchpad, a pad they certainly did not invent / design themselves...
Microsoft copying more trackpad gestures from OS X in Windows 10
Well, I would expect Apple to take notice of these kind of changes in the market. But knowing them they'll want to take a long hard look at the implications. I would assume they first want to see how everyone is filling up their datacenters with iCloud Drive, then see how their Photos app will impact their storage capacity. Only when those uploads from users have settled will they make a calculation on expanding storage capacity, if needed.So, my guess, nothing will change...
I think the bigger story here is that the have unlimited cloud storage in their OneDrive: http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/27/onedrive-now-unlimited-storage-office-365-subscribers/ [image courtesy of 9to5] But this news is from yesterday, I assume this site already posted an article about it.
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