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Airdrop shares just as easily, except I don't have to knock my phone up against someone else's. Pointless app for people that wanted to be like Samsung. Just because an idea is neat doesn't mean it's useful or even desirable.
You really think they care about all that?!  Naive.  They care about any cause they can stand up for that allows them to create more government jobs & further lock in their elite rule over this country.   Also, they don't give handouts because they care, they give them because it buys votes.  People rarely vote away their government handouts.  Even when they disagree with someone politically the will to survive is stronger than conscience & so they vote to keep the...
Wonder how DARPA feels about this.
Apple's one massive flaw, they are consumer driven in their mentality so they don't thoroughly vet the corporate features. Hey Apple, it's about time you created a true business division like all other tech companies have!
I'll never forget we had a flight get delayed due to issues with the cockpit computer once. They ended up having us exit & get on a different plane. As we passed the cockpit I saw through the door the flight computer had the blue screen of death. Judging by these pilot's opposition to the surface makes me wonder how often they've seen that screen.
Imagine if Apple never vetted a project idea, they just built a first draft device & put it out there to see if it worked.
Funny how blackmail is illegal but patent trolling is not. Not saying they are exactly the same but both are forms of extortion if you ask me.
Apple should buy back their stock & go private again, then they can actually focus on innovation instead of padding the pockets of their investors. This is such a joke, if anything catering to investors has stifled Apple's innovation not helped it.
Perhaps, but since Google's service syncs your passwords across all systems wouldn't this mean that if someone happened to get ahold of your Google account password they could then sign it into chrome & suddenly have all your bank passwords?   Keychain (password store used by Safari) by comparison requires them to sign in to iCloud in order to do this, which then registers your computer serial with Apple & alerts the user by e-mail that someone just setup their icloud...
The feature that makes you enter your account password to view saved credentials in Safari is actually part of the system called Keychain. In fact both Firefox & Chrome could also save your passwords in Keychain as well if they wanted to, they intentionally choose not to. Also, it isn't your user password that allows you to see the credentials it's your keychain password, it is actually possible to make them different. What happens is when you first create your account...
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