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Translation: we already know so much about you from tracking your searches, browsing habits, location, purchasing habits, etc. that we don’t need to do this anymore.
volcan said: AppleInsider said: Oracle's decision is most likely to cause trouble only for organizations using older software and/or custom applets. Like government. That is about the only place I see it anymore. The patent office …
For me, the built-in sensor works great for "casual" readings--daily-to-day activities, light workouts, etc. For my "real" workouts (interval runs, weights), it has never been accurate and/or reactive enough. I use a Polar H7 Bluetooth EKG-based s…
Just went on a trip, with lots of time in the airport. My friend with an Android (HTC) was certainly the "wall hugger" between us. While I can burn though my iPhone 5's battery quickly if I want to, I can sure make it's life stretch out if I need to…
Saved me $2--Thanks. I was going to buy PDF Converter during today's promotion from Readdle (http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/07/31/briefly-readdle-slashes-up-to-70-off-ios-app-titles-in-honor-of-7th-birthday). Now I don't need it.
Also, since DropBox was mentioned for backups, a plug for AeroFS (https://www.aerofs.com) and BitTorrent Sync (http://www.bittorrent.com/sync). They provide similar sync functionality, but without the cloud storage piece. Instead, they are peer-to…
Third mention of CrashPlan. As mentioned by others, you can use it to send backups to your own computers--for free (they charge for their own cloud-hosted services, which I don't pay for). In this setup, the files don't even cross CrashPlan's networ…