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Apple Watch one of the first post-Steve Jobs products at Apple, says Jony Ivedougd said:Stands to reason. Hard to believe Jobs would approve of this joke of a product
Everyone, including Jobs for sure. He was fond of "hobbies"
Apple versus Samsung smartphone patent trial not over, $533M jury ruling contestedrotateleftbyte said:
Sadly this will go all the way to the Supremes (Again).
Woman sues feds over data retention after iPhone seized at borderMike, sorry but you thought it was relevant enough to cover in the story, why can't someone else comment on the fact that you mentioned it? You're being overly sensitive about "politicizing" things.
But, oddly, Skil keeps posting overtly political comments without your reaction. Thousands of posts earns a bye?
Woman sues feds over data retention after iPhone seized at borderireland said:As a reminder, this is not the place for your political manifesto. Err on the side of caution, and if you even think you're toeing up to the line, maybe read our commenting guidelines linked at the bottom of every page.This conversation is over.
Apple working on headlight system that could highlight road hazards for driversredraider11 said:Mercedes has had that technology for a while now and their new Maybach can already project images onto the road like this.
I welcome the the competition from Apple in the car space, but while they may be one of the most innovative consumer tech companies it’s going to be tough going up against their equal in the auto industry.
I don't think potential Mercedes innovations should have any limiting effect on what Apple may do in the field. It's not winner take all.
Silicon Valley's product strategy won't work with health care, says Apple veteranGeorgeBMac said:And, that DiseaseCare industry is supporting itself in every way that it can -- including blocking tech devices that promote health by not recognizing their utility to promote health. They want to keep "healthcare" under their control and their umbrella. And, they use the FDA as cover to block consumer grade medical devices from becoming "medical devices". Another strategy is to create a culture among healthcare professionals to not trust these devices or recognize their utility. So: you go to a doctor and show him your results and he disses them and ignore them.
...That is, 75% of that $3 Trillion is spent treating the symptoms of chronic diseases -- 50% of which could have been prevented with a healthy lifestyle. It is THAT that Apple and other tech products can impact by promoting healthy lifestyles -- and what our DiseaseCare industry is fighting tooth and nail.
Apple joins FDA pilot program allowing it to skip some rules for health productstallest skil said:dysamoria said:Wait. What? Why? Regulation exists for very real and important reasons. Why would they just let certain companies slip by with less or zero regulatory process??tshapi said:I think this is related to the administration in power. Trump is very much pro corporation. .
There's corn and soy in lots of things because those crops are usually economically grown (profitable) in large volumes, temperature-hardy, energy-dense, storable, transportable, and blend well (palatable) with other proteins in meals of most cuisines, so they make for safe and reliable food sources. You can easily avoid or minimize your exposure to these foods if you don't like them, or are one of the rare people that can't tolerate one of them. If you're talking about GMO or HFCS, those are entirely different discussions, in which hysteria seems to be predominant.
Elon Musk expects 'Apple Car' to be late to market, estimates volume production by 2020sog35 said:Elon Musk.
The same guy that said there is a 99.99% chance that all of us are living in a Matrix like computer simulation.
I'm not kidding. Musk said there is less than a 1 in a billion chance that we are actually living in reality. He truly believes we are all living in a computer simulation.
Mysterious overnight activity at Apple stores presages Thursday's Mac eventAs much crap as everyone seems to be giving Sog today, the fact is he's not really wrong. Every year the Apple execs tout what they have in the pipeline...and every year we get squat. "This is our best (minimum GB iphone, slightly better ipad with no place to attach the great new Pencil!, translucent menu bar, bokeh effect, San Francisco font, Apple logo made from 100% pure virgin unobtainium...) ever. We're so proud of it."
<snort> Huh! What? Must have dozed off during the keynote again.
Maybe today will be different.