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Thursday, November 12, 2015
Apple News:Apple considering person-to-person payments for Apple Pay - report

Apple considering person-to-person payments for Apple Pay - report The next phase of Apple's mobile payments initiative could reportedly include a new feature that allows users to send money to one another directly, with negotiations between Apple and major U.S. banks already underway.
Our new strategy: attack everyone!

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Apple News:Sony finally kills Betamax 13 years after it last made a player | Ars Technica

Sony finally kills Betamax 13 years after it last made a player | Ars Technica Still buying Betamax tapes for your sweet SL-HF 360 SuperBeta player? Well, brace yourself, because Sony has announced it's going to stop producing tapes for the failed format in March 2016.

Yes, apparently Sony was still producing Betamax tapes in Japan, despite players and recorders having been discontinued in 2002. The format was dead far earlier than that, though, after a prolonged battle with the VHS standard in the '70s and '80s. VHS ultimately won out thanks to a wider range of cheaper players and a longer overall recording time. At launch, Betamax only offered up to one hour of recording time, but it boasted slightly better image quality than VHS.
Whoever wrote the word finally has never worked in a corporation with a limited budget. The reason technology keeps getting used is because it was once chosen as the cornerstone of an important project.

Also, a shout out to SONY for crushing the competition with BLU-RAY. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

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Apple News:Google to discontinue Chrome support for OS X Snow Leopard, Lion & Mountain Lion in April 2016

Google to discontinue Chrome support for OS X Snow Leopard, Lion & Mountain Lion in April 2016 The announcement came via the official Chrome blog, where the search giant revealed that Mac users will need to be running OS X 10.9 Mavericks or later to receive continued updates for Chrome., According to Director of Engineering Marc Pawliger, Chrome will continue to function on legacy platforms, but will no longer receive regular updates and security patches as of April 2016.
Don't do that. Since when does Chrome require any OS specific services? Meh.

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Monday, November 09, 2015
Apple News:How to survive the iPhone 6s app purge | VentureBeat | Marketing | by Josh Todd, Localytics

How to survive the iPhone 6s app purge | VentureBeat | Marketing | by Josh Todd, Localytics The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are already proving to be popular models: Apple is reporting record sales for both models, with 13 million sold in just the first three days. As we head into Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we can expect even more exponential growth.
Yawn.

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Apple News:Tim Cook insists Apple Pencil is not a mere stylus | Cult of Mac

Tim Cook insists Apple Pencil is not a mere stylus | Cult of Mac Tim Cook loves the new iPad Pro so much it’s the only product he travels with now, other than his iPhone.
Mon crayon est grande.

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Apple News:TAG Heuer unveils $1,500 'Connected' smartwatch running Android Wear

TAG Heuer unveils $1,500 'Connected' smartwatch running Android Wear The Swiss watch industry fired its first significant shot across the Apple Watch's bow with the Monday revelation of TAG Heuer's Connected smartwatch, sporting a classic design, a titanium case, and a $1,500 price tag.
TAG Heuer throws down.

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