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...i"watch" is also a verb with a recent hire to support that theory: http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Apple-Hires-CableLabs-Exec-for-Something-Big-126081
Qualcomm's chief marketing officer Anand Chandrasekher, for example, recently told the media, "there's a lot of noise because Apple did [64-bit] on their A7. I think they are doing a marketing gimmick ..the sad part is that guy has a CS and Engineering degrees http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anand_Chandrasekher He started his career at Intel in 1988 after graduating from Cornell University with a bachelor%u2019s degree in Computer Science and a Master%u2019s Degree in...
  yep - you want turn by turn? google is not your data provider.   https://developers.google.com/maps/terms   (c) No Navigation, Autonomous Vehicle Control, or Enterprise Applications. You must not use the Service or Content with any products, systems, or applications for or in connection with any of the following: (i) real time navigation or route guidance, including but not limited to turn-by-turn route guidance that is synchronized to the position of a user's...
@lkrupp chrome? youtube? google voice? google search? gmail app? google translate? google ? google shopper? google remote? orkut? google drive? google currents? google latitude? google play books? google local? last I checked, google was the default search engine. and gmail has a button in the account setup screen for mail.app the idea is to get google out of iOS (reducing apple's dependency on them). it's not to screw the users.
@LtC.data - I don't think it matters. vector based maps are pretty small.. couple hundred K per tile. your phone has to be pretty desperate to have to reclaim a couple megs. additionally, ios returns resources after non use (the oldest data in RAM).. so as long as you keep using maps (after a little game playing), it should hold on to the data. the app on the farthest right (keep swiping) of the multi-task bar will be the first to give up the ghost. I added the google...
ran into this earlier today. had to give it a good yank to get out of the "brick"... not the brick that came with the phone though.
    ...and which digital music vendor doesn't have to abide by the terms set by the RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION of AMERICA? where in Google's or Amazon's TOS does it say you can "transfer the rights" to your purchases? and if you're DEAD you're not really going to care if your kid has your iTunes id/pass, now are you? 
apple's trading at 675 right now. 
it's not a single submit causing the problem.   user1 hits instance1 and is issued code1 user2 hits instance2 and is issued code1 (again)    because the arrival rate of new requests happens faster than instance1 can tell instance2 that the number has been issued.   it's a race condition.   probably only happens for 1 of a 1000 requests.
"Beyond the Kindle Fire, Amazon also reportedly plans to release a new 6-inch e-ink-based Kindle reader with an integrated backlight in the third quarter of 2012 at the earliest."   ...and I buy this on day one.
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