If there’s one thing that people will never stop complaining about, it’ll be ads on Facebook. Well, I take that back. They’ll stop complaining when Facebook is out of business.
Have you ever wondered how advertisers ended up targeting you, as a Facebook user? I did, then I discovered a small feature that I don’t think many know about.
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Don’t get me wrong, I like the idea of my Fitbit device. I like the idea of accountability. It may not motivate me to be more physically active, but that’s okay.
My problem, nay my supreme life struggle lies with getting my Fitbit to sync. It’s almost as if it was designed to not work.
Let me explain.
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Apple World Today has a quick piece on dumping flash. If you need it, I feel bad for you. If you don’t need it, get rid of it. Adobe Flash has been riddled with holes almost since day one and has never gotten better. It’s 2015 and with the level of intricacy front-end UI frameworks provide, there’s no need for it. Flash needs to go away for good.
If you’re like me, you’ve already dumped it. I keep Google Chrome around just in case and if Flash is an absolute must.
Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 over the weekend. It looks pretty slick, and oddly like an iPhone. The only problem: it runs Android.
See more on Samsung’s site.
Apple has a new page on their site titled “Shot on iPhone 6.” This collection of photographs feature some of the best images taken with an iPhone 6. Of course, low light is still uncharted territory for the iPhone and you probably won’t see any of them in this mega gallery. I only got through roughly two dozen photos before I realized how long the list actually is.
For your viewing pleasure.
If you haven’t heard already, you probably live in a cave. March 9th is Apple’s next event where they’ll probably announce the Apple Watch. Some say there’ll be more than that. With Apple, they could host a brunch, toss out an invite, and people would speculate on it.
If you’re an owner of one of the following Macbook Pros, you can send in your system for a free repair of any video issues you might be having.
- MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011)
- MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011)
- MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2012)
- Macbook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013)
- Macbook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011)
- Macbook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011)
Find more information about the issue and your options to have your system fixed on Apple’s site.
One of the biggest “duh” technologies that we got in the last year or two was the phone kill switch. Lose your phone? Nuke it from orbit. Phone stolen? Nuke it from orbit. Jealous ex texting you at 3am? If you know their Apple ID password, nuke it from orbit.
Thefts involving smartphones have declined dramatically in three major cities since manufacturers began implementing “kill switches” that allow the phones to be turned off remotely if they are stolen, authorities said on Tuesday.
That’s great. Now if only there was some way to educate the remaining group of individuals responsible for stealing phones anyway.
This is good news for fans of privacy.
Yesterday a new website and database launched called NoFlyZone.org, which invites people to enter their home address to prevent amateur drone pilots from zooming over their property, GoPro running. The database is maintained by a team of 10 people based in El Segundo, California, and led by Ben Marcus, a private pilot and drone operator.
I have a pretty good idea what organizations won’t be using this database.