The new design should work with devices going forward, too, unlike previous Apple docks, because it features a freestanding Lightning connector that doesn’t require your device to fit the dimensions of a set slot.
The update is available through the Apple Watch app on iPhone.
Third-party bands are intriguing if you think about them in terms of accessibility. What makes third-party bands so interesting is that manufacturers now have an opportunity to create bands with closures that are more inclusive and accessible than Apple's offerings.
Automatic's new hardware design is in large part meant to support improvements to the Automatic software platform, such as the ability to monitor car performance in real-time, and full support for third-party apps.
A multi-year deal struck between the coffee chain and the music streaming service will also do more than provide music, with it opening up the Starbucks loyalty program to allow Spotify subscribers to increase their rewards balance and eventually earn free drinks.
Recommendations included that the court not sell the data as a separate asset, that a buyer be in "substantially the same lines of business" as RadioShack, and that the buyer agree to follow the policies RadioShack originally had when the data was collected. Any changes would require explicit consent from consumers.
Pebble founder and CEO Eric Migicovsky has a message for tech giants like Apple and Google: Keep your platforms open unless you want to crush innovation and disserve your customers.
I am not sure if there any portion of the iOS platform that is unfairly closed to the third-party watch (and accessories) makers today.
A survey released this morning shows that many motorists have expanded their behind-the-wheel activities beyond texting to include using Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter, taking selfies and even shooting videos.
In the near future, I hope the human race will be able to look back at these decades as the years when we went mad and allow almost any person to speed around with metal machines.
I can't wait for Apple to do a good Bluetooth earpods.
(Dear Internet, do I say an earpod, or should I say a pair of earpods?)
Sneer at the customer. Keep your colleagues on edge. Claim credit. Speak first. Put your feet on the table. Withhold approval. Instill fear. Interrupt. Ask for more. And by all means, take that last doughnut. You deserve it.
Millions of spiders dropped from the sky in the Southern Tablelands region, blanketing the countryside with their webs.
This is one of my all time favorite practical effects builds: pic.twitter.com/wZ19dnOAkJ— Eric Vespe (@EricVespe) May 20, 2015
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