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jimmylvo at 2014/11/01  22:33:00  

Tim Cook
In a Bloomberg BusinessWeek essay published this morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook affirmed that he is gay, something that had long beenspoken of within the tech community (and sometimesaccidentally in the mainstream media). In his own words:

While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven't publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.

Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority and provided a window into the challenges that people in other minority groups deal with every day. It's made me more empathetic, which has led to a richer life. It's been tough and uncomfortable at times, but it has given me the confidence to be myself, to follow my own path, and to rise above adversity and bigotry. It's also given me the skin of a rhinoceros, which comes in handy when you're the CEO of Apple.

Cook's decision to publicly discuss his sexuality was made despite his desire to maintain a modicum of privacy and keep the focus on Apple's products. In the final analysis, this was overcome by the realization that his story might serve to help others:

I don't consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I've benefited from the sacrifice of others. So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it's worth the trade-off with my own privacy.

You can read Cook's entire piece on the Bloomberg BusinessWeek website, where you can also see a video clip of his address in Alabama confronting his ancestral state's record on gay rights.

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jimmylvo at 2014/11/01  22:31:00  


Update: OP on Reddit adds that the cards was already registered. Womp womp.

Apple Pay is easy, convenient, and instantly popular enough that its rivals are already trying to kill it through collusion. Of course that's when you're making purchases. How easy is it to deal with things like canceled credit cards? Apparently, very easy, thanks to this story from Reddit user aiken_.

In a post on Reddit's Apple forum aiken_ described exactly what happened when a card on your Apple Pay account gets canceled. Apparently the card gets updated with its new number.

This morning, I had three Citi cards in Apple Pay: two credit, one debit.

This afternoon, I got the dreaded fraud detection call and confirmed that it was not, in fact, me that was simultaneously using the card at several Best Buys in several states thousands of miles away.

On the phone, the Citi rep canceled the affected card and ordered a new one to be FedEx'd. So far so good.

Immediately upon hanging up, my phone had a notification saying "Apple Pay: your default card has been switched to [non-stolen Citi credit card]." Pretty smooth, and really good attention to detail in the EMVco and/or Apple Pay design.

 

Rather than make you enter the new card number, Apple Pay will be automatically updated to replace the lost, canceled, or stolen card number for you. It's stressful enough to have to replace a card, but in this case Apple Pay makes is so you can start using your new card, even before the physical version arrives at your house. Especially for travelers this is a feature that makes Apple Pay a killer app in the mobile payment field. No wonder their competitors are worried.


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jimmylvo at 2014/11/01  22:24:00  



reviewed Droplr a couple of years ago and found it to be an easy method of transferring large files. The Mac application is back with a spanking new interface and new features that are likely to appeal to people who share screen shots, screen videos and files.

The app installs in your menubar, and now features support for Apple's dark menubar option. You can upload large files, and you will get a url to share the file with others.

New features include quick screenshot sharing, video captures of screens (great for demonstrating software using screencasts), and the ability to share a quick animated GIF taken with your connected camera. I find that last feature pretty disposable, but some may love it.

I checked the app's various options and found them to all work well. I transferred a large Photoshop file to a friend without incident. Everything was very smooth.



Droplr can now work as an extension in Yosemite, so file transfers are available from the share menu in any Mac app. You can get all the details on Droplr's web page.

Droplr is free for 30 days, after which you have to pick a plan. The basic consumer offering is US$4.99 a month with unlimited storage, something most other plans aren't offering. There is also a free iOS app to use with the service.

Depending on your needs, Droplr is either a good deal or not so great considering some of the competition. Apple with Mail Drop now allows sending very large files (up to 5 GB) via email through its iCloud servers for no cost.

Companies like MediaFire have a similar service, with paid plans starting at 1 TB of storage for $5.00 a month. Then there are file sharing services from Dropbox (1 TB at $9.99 monthly), Google and others.

If Droplr's unique features, ease of use, and competitive pricing look attractive, check it out and see how it compares in your particular situation.

The app is available from Droplr as a download, and will soon be in the Mac app store.


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jimmylvo at 2014/11/01  21:06:00  

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The PanguTeam has just released their Pangu8 jailbreaking tool for iOS 8.0/8.1 that includes a working version of Cydia. It has support for ALL iOS 8+ compatible devices including the iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.

Jump over the break to check out how to use the tool to jailbreak your iOS device.

 

NOTE:

  • You will need a Windows Machine ( virtual machine works too ).
  • You will need iTunes installed
  • Turn off passcode and Find My iPhone
  • Turn on Airplane mode

HOW TO:

1. Download PanGu jailbreak

2. Open PanGu jailbreak and connect your device to the computer via USB

3. Click the “Stat Jailbreak” button

3. Read the instructions and click “Already did”

4. Now the jailbreak process will begin. Just sit back and relax. Once PanGu says “Jailbreak succeeded” you can unplug your device and close PanGu.

5. Wait for your device to restart, and now you’ll find Cydia on your home screen.

 


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jimmylvo at 2014/10/30  21:26:00  

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Picture this real life scenario. You hand your iPhone to a friend to show him/her a photo. What happens next? It’s just a matter of seconds until your friend is scrolling through your photos. Happily, iOS 6 or later has a feature that can help: Guided Access. All you have to do, once you’ve configured it, is to triple-click the Home button as you pass your iPhone to your friend – an action so subtle that they might not even realise you’re doing it (until they try and fail to swipe and find photos of your damp patches, as it were). If you don’t know how to enable it, jump over the break to check out  a quick-and-dirty guide.

 


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