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  1. but it's NOT made by Apple! http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/01/08/ik_mulitimedia_iring_gets_hand_in_first_for_ios_motion_control/ You can be certain if Apple made the ring it would cost at least £100. Also I wonder how long it will be before Apple try to get them to change the name. Lets hope that they can be used with non Apple products as it sounds like a really funky gadget.
  2. abarbarian


    This I find interesting. Not just for the two screens but what you can do with them. If I had some loot I'd be tempted. Interesting that it is made by a Russian company with the e-ink screen made by a USA company. Looks like the Cold War is really over. http://www.linuxbsdo...ut-not-by-much/ http://www.yotaphone.com/#/en/ Ha ha just realised this is in the wrong place.
  3. I'm surprised this revelation didn't provoke mass uproar: Apple patents tech to let cops switch off iPhone video, camera and wi-fi
  4. Why can’t Siri announce caller name - BambisMusings Blog
  5. http://blogs.compute...nterface-design Jony Ive, the guy who has designed most of the Apple hardware since the iMac (actually before that, to the Newton even), will be in charge of "human interface" while the iOS development will go to the same guy who leads OS X (I'm not sure if he was promoted to OS X at the same time, or has been in charge of it and they're just adding iOS to it). Forstall was forced out after being the public face for the Maps debacle in iOS 6, and the Siri...disappointment, I guess. From the article, and I've seen it in a few other places too, the final straw was
  6. Let me say this right at the start. This is a purely personal evaluation of the merits of the Apple and Android technosystems, what they offer and how they meet my needs. I'm not attempting to fan the flames of the larger Apple/Android conflict among users. Each environment has its advantages and disadvantages. I believe the only meaningful method for determining which is best for us is to examine our particular needs and experiment to find out which system provides us the best user experience. My time online is pretty evenly split between content creation and consumption. While
  7. Neil P

    iPhone 5

    On Tuesday, 12 September, Apple is holding an event. It is very widely speculated (and almost certain) that the iPhone 5 will be announced at the event. It's not clear if they'll call it "iPhone 5" or "the new iPhone" (as they did with the latest iPad), but the invitation has a "5" in the shadow. Gizmodo has a roundup of all of the rumors so far: http://gizmodo.com/5...up?tag=iphone-5 The screen is supposedly 4 inches (the old phones have a 3.5in display) at 16:9 ratio. And using a thinner (and more magic) display that will enable less power usage. The biggest change to me seems to
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