[FREE] Jony Ive “Promoted”, The Implications of Not Managing, What About Apple? - Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The catch, of course, is that for all my previous arguments to the contrary — all of which make perfect sense, I might add — the level of orchestration around this announcement augurs something far more significant than a changed title (i.e. why should the stock market be nervous about this move?). And this bit from Stephen Fry’s piece in The Telegraph, which actually broke the news, is more important than it first appears:
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6 hours ago
Comcast ends an interconnection fight before net neutrality takes effect | Ars Technica
Comcast and Level 3 fought as early as 2010 over the amount of Netflix traffic that Level 3 was sending into Comcast's network. Level 3 agreed to pay Comcast for network interconnection at the time "under protest." Level 3 and Comcast announced another agreement in 2013 in a brief press release containing no details, but there was apparently still some tension between the companies.
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Cops don’t have to give man his own license plate reader data, court finds | Ars Technica
Earlier this month, Superior Court Judge Katherine Bacal handed down a six-page decision to Michael Robertson, finding that he does not have the right, under the California Public Records Act (CPRA), to access records of his own license plate as scanned by members of the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
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AOL Was Approached by Three Other Bidders After Verizon | Re/code
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong gets a special bonus for the deal called a “Founders’ Incentive Award,” which amounts to 1.5 percent of the company’s market value at the time the acquisition is complete. The company is currently trading at about $3.9 billion, roughly translating to $59 million.
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Mandriva goes out of business - Business Insider
As noted by Linux blog LWN.net on the final demise of Mandriva: "It is a sad end for a company that has been pursuing the desktop Linux dream since 1998."
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Your Windows 10 PC will love all the devices you own
All your files and content will be magically available on your PC and your phone:
With the OneDrive app setup correctly on your phone, every photo you take on your phone will show up automatically in the Photos app on your Windows 10 PC.
With the latest upcoming version of the Music app, you’ll be able to store and access your music from OneDrive not only on your PC but now also play it anywhere, for free, on your iOS or Android phone (this already works on Windows phones). This means the music playlists you spend hours putting together on your Windows 10 PC will now show up and be playable on your phone, automatically.
Take a note wherever you are—notes you write on your PC in OneNote will show up on your phone. And any note you tweak on your phone will get synced to your PC.
And you can work on your Office documents from any of your devices, without worrying about moving files around.
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2 days ago
Jony Ive promoted to ‘Chief Design Officer,’ handing off managerial duties July 1st [Tim Cook Memo] | 9to5Mac
Alan Dye will now be VP of User Interface Design, which covers both desktop and mobile devices. He was a key player in iOS 7’s major redesign as well as the work on the new Watch OS interface. Both of these executives were mentioned as key Apple employees during the New Yorker and WIRED Apple Watch profiles earlier this year.
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2 days ago
When Stephen Fry met Jony Ive: the self-confessed fanboi meets Apple's newly promoted chief design officer - Telegraph
Until now, Ive’s job title has been Senior Vice President of Design. But I can reveal that he has just been promoted and is now Apple’s Chief Design Officer. It is therefore an especially exciting time for him.
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2 days ago
Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife, killed in N.J. Turnpike crash | NJ.com
The second vehicle also crashed into the guard rail, Williams said. The taxi driver was extricated from the vehicle and flown to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick with non-life-threatening injuries. He was identified as Tark Girgis, 46, of Elizabeth. A passenger in the Chrysler was treated for neck pain.
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4 days ago
Google Maps rolls out traffic alerts and alternate routes - SlashGear
Google Maps' new features work in two ways. The first is when you input your destination, it will immediately inform you if there are blockages and suggest a different route if possible. And while you're already on the road, it will also alert you to congestion up ahead and will even offer an estimate of how long you will be stuck, along with a suggestion of an alternate route.
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4 days ago
121842: Interoperable Telesurgery Protocol (ITP) Plaintext Unauthenticated MitM Hijacking
The Interoperable Telesurgery Protocol (ITP) contains a flaw as it does not use any form of encryption or authentication. By intercepting / replaying or spoofing packets, an attacker with the ability to intercept network traffic (e.g. MitM, DNS cache poisoning) can control any device based on it. This could allow an attacker to completely control a telesurgery robot, causing physical harm to a patient during a procedure.
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6 days ago
Hacked Adult FriendFinder database reveals extramarital affairs of millions
The website, which lists over 63 million global users, is one of the largest dating and casual hook-up platforms online – Tinder trails the service with an estimated 50 million users worldwide.

An investigation has now found that an approximate 3.9 million members’ accounts had been hacked more than two months ago, and leaked online. The data continues to diffuse in spreadsheets across internet forums.
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Google Developing ‘Brillo’ Software for Internet of Things — The Information
Google is likely to release the software under the Android brand, as the group developing the software is linked to the company’s Android unit. The lower memory requirements for devices running the new software would mark a sharp drop from the latest versions of Android, which are primarily aimed at mobile phones with at least 512 megabytes of memory.
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6 days ago
Apple Wants Local TV in Its Apple TV Service, Which Means Apple TV Could Be Delayed | Re/code
Clearing the rights to show local programs and commercials takes some time — ABC, for instance, spent two years getting the rights to show live programming via its Watch ABC app, and its live streams remain limited to viewers in eight cities. Also, some executives say that providing digital feeds of the programming from dozens of affiliates will also require the broadcasters to build new streaming infrastructure.
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6 days ago
Future of iPad: Dual-app viewing mode, then J98/J99 ‘iPad Pros,’ multi-user support | 9to5Mac
Facing slowing growth for the first time since the iPad’s 2010 debut, Apple is working on several significant software and hardware updates to reinvigorate the tablet over the next year. Apple is developing a dual-app viewing mode, 12-inch iPads codenamed “J98″ and “J99,” as well as support for multi-user logins, according to sources briefed on the plans. First planned for debut last year, the split-screen applications feature for the iPad could be introduced as soon as June at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, while multi-user login support and the 12-inch iPads will apparently arrive later…
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6 days ago
Google Is Close to Unveiling New Web Photo Service - Bloomberg Business
Google, operator of the world’s biggest Web search engine, has been seeking new ways to bolster its product lineup as it battles Facebook and other rivals for users. Greater autonomy would give Google’s photo tool more freedom to take on rivals. For example, Facebook, which acquired mobile photo-sharing service Instagram in 2012, has given the business independence within the company, and seen its user base grow to more than 300 million users.
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8 days ago
Barack Obama is on Twitter, Here’s Why It Matters — Backchannel — Medium
First, this is an acknowledgement that the world has changed. Twitter is now a place a President needs to be if he or she want to respond to events, make news, and talk to the public. Faking it through signed tweets and screen shots of statements is no longer enough. Obama has been involved in a lot of Presidential communication “firsts” — first late night comedy interview, first daytime talk interview, first online news interview and so on. Each of these firsts is like a mile marker shows just how far we have come in the transformation of media. This is just the latest.
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9 days ago
Listicles, aggregation, and content gone viral: How 1800s newspapers prefigured today’s Internet » Nieman Journalism Lab
“Many 19th-century newspapers are comprised primarily of content from other newspapers,” he said. “They were more aggregators than producers of original content. And often they were created by very small staffs, and scholars such as Ellen Gruber Garvey have shown that this aggregation is what allowed newspapers to spread as rapidly as they did in the 19th century, because you didn’t have to produce the whole thing.”
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9 days ago
Campaign reporters: you are granted no “role in the process.” It is your powers against theirs. » Pressthink
I have a better idea, journalists. Figure out what the voters want the candidates to talk about. (And when they’re ready to listen.) Persuade the voters that in your coverage you’re on their side— so many of them that the campaigns have to take notice. Then leverage your superior connection to the people the candidates want to reach. (That’s what Univision and Jorge Ramos plan to do, I’d bet.) It’s a power game, not a frozen process in which you are granted some role by the mighty hand of James Carville or Ed Rollins.
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9 days ago
Behind Apple’s Move to Shelve TV Plans - WSJ
Apple had searched for breakthrough features to justify building an Apple-branded television set, those people said. In addition to an ultra-high-definition display, Apple considered adding sensor-equipped cameras so viewers could make video calls through the set, they said.
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9 days ago
Untitled (http://www.techmeme.com/150518/p29#a150518p29)
RT : Apple, Google, leading cryptologists urge Obama in letter to reject backdoors in smartphones
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9 days ago
Tech giants don’t want Obama to give police access to encrypted phone data - The Washington Post
RT : Apple, Google, leading cryptologists urge Obama in letter to reject backdoors in smartphones
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9 days ago
Apple's $930 million legal win over Samsung gets partially reversed
Apple's $930 million legal win over Samsung gets partially reversed
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9 days ago
A Hilarious ESET Broken Authentication Vulnerability (one click free purchase) - Egyptian GeeksEgyptian Geeks
My name is Mohamed Abdelbaset Elnoby, Just another Senior Information Security Researcher and Web Application Pentester in the world , Today I would like to show you a “hilarious” Broken Authentication bug I found in ESET website specifically in their “Antivirus Product Activation Process” that allowed me to generate millions of valid paid Licenses of  “ESET Nod32 Antivirus” as per their description “Our award-winning security software offers the most effective protection available today” for free.
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11 days ago
Microsoft says it's taking over updates for Windows 10 Mobile devices | ZDNet
A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed to me that that statement applies to all Windows 10 Mobile devices, personal and business, and that the new mobile update process will be consistent with the update process for Windows 10 on PCs. Updates will contain security and reliability fixes as well as new features.
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11 days ago
Feds Say That Banned Researcher Commandeered a Plane | WIRED
Chris Roberts, a security researcher with One World Labs, told the FBI agent during an interview in February that he had hacked the in-flight entertainment system, or IFE, on an airplane and overwrote code on the plane’s Thrust Management Computer while aboard the flight. He was able to issue a climb command and make the plane briefly change course, the document states.
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11 days ago
Ruling in Royalty Case Gives BMI a Victory Against Pandora - NYTimes.com
While the ruling is a victory for the music industry, which has fought bitterly against Pandora over royalty issues, the ultimate outcome in the case is unclear. Last week, a federal appeals court affirmed a ruling that had kept Pandora’s rate for Ascap, a rival licensing agency, unchanged at 1.85 percent, rejecting Ascap’s arguments to raise it.
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12 days ago
The White House Names Dr. Ed Felten as Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer | The White House
We are excited to announce that Dr. Ed Felten is joining the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy as Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer. Ed joins a growing number of techies at the White House working to further President Obama’s vision to ensure policy decisions are informed by our best understanding of state-of-the-art technology and innovation, to quickly and efficiently deliver great services for the American people, and to broaden and deepen the American people’s engagement with their government.
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16 days ago
Warner Music Says Streaming Revenue Has Passed Downloads | Re/code
Streaming revenue from the company’s recorded music unit, generated by companies like Spotify and YouTube, grew 33 percent in Q2, Warner CEO Stephen Cooper announced during the company’s earnings call. Warner says digital revenue grew 7 percent overall — which means download sales from outlets like Apple’s iTunes decreased during the same period.
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16 days ago
Customers complain their new MacBooks come pre-dented | Cult of Mac
Some customers are complaining their new MacBooks come pre-dented
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16 days ago
Malware hidden in Nvidia GPUs can infect Macs too, say developers behind proof of concept | 9to5Mac
Malware hidden in Nvidia GPUs can infect Macs too, say developers behind proof of concept
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16 days ago
FiftyThree Adds Think Kit, A New Toolset For Enterprise Users, To Its Paper App | TechCrunch
FiftyThree Adds Think Kit, A New Toolset For Enterprise Users, To Its Paper App
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16 days ago
The simple math problem that blows apart the NSA's surveillance justifications
Here's the answer: a 0.1 percent chance — which is to say, the 99.9 percent accurate test will give you the wrong answer 99.9 percent of the time. Seems low, doesn't it?* This is the false positive paradox, and it completely blows up any possible security justification for the NSA's dragnet surveillance of our phone calls and emails.
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18 days ago
So, the NSA Has an Actual Skynet Program | WIRED
The goal is to identify people who move around in a pattern similar to Al Qaeda couriers who are used to pass communication and intelligence between the group’s senior leaders. The program tracked Zaidan because his movements and interactions with Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders matched a suspicious pattern—which is, it turns out, very similar to the pattern of journalists meeting with sources.
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Open Smart Grid Protocol Homegrown Crypto Weaknesses | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
“Protocol designers should stick to known good algorithms or even the ‘NIST-approved’ short list,” Crain said. “In this instance, the researchers analyzed the OMA digest function and found weaknesses in it. The weaknesses in it can be used to determine the private key in a very small number of trials.”
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18 days ago
Android and iOS apps on Windows: What is Microsoft doing—and will it work? | Ars Technica
For the open source parts, Microsoft can, in principle, use the open source code in its implementation, presenting apps the same Java APIs that they expect, but redirecting to Windows services as appropriate. The Android sharing API, for example, can be plumbed in to Windows' sharing system. For GMS, using the source isn't an option. Instead, Redmond has produced workalikes for at least some of the GMS APIs. For example, GMS includes APIs for in-app purchases and location services, and Microsoft has developed counterparts backed by its own services.
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19 days ago
discoveryd Clusterfuck • furbo.org
RT : Apple won't fix or even acknowledge Yosemite and iOS 8 networking issues related to discoveryd
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21 days ago
Beats revamp still debuting at WWDC, global release late-June, iOS 9 details revealed | 9to5Mac
RT : Sources: Apple to announce new Beats at WWDC on June 8 with consumer non-beta launch late June
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21 days ago
To keep a Boeing Dreamliner flying, reboot once every 248 days
RT : To keep a Boeing Dreamliner flying, reboot once every 248 days >> Is 2 ^ 31 the new Y2K ?
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26 days ago
Google Play Services 7.3 brings support for multiple Android Wear devices at once (Video) | 9to5Google
Multiple wearable devices can be connected to a user’s handheld device. Each connected device in the network is considered a node. With multiple connected devices, you must consider which nodes receive the messages. For example, In a voice transcription app that receives voice data on the wearable device, you should send the message to a node with the processing power and battery capacity to handle the request, such as a handheld device..
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29 days ago
Samsung announces Q1 2015 revenue of $44 billion, operating profit of $5.63 billion | 9to5Google
Specifically taking just mobile sales into account, Samsung reports an operating profit of $2.5 billion on revenues of $24.1 billion. Samsung claims that smartphone sales have increased thanks a heightened interest in the mid-range Galaxy A series. Revenues, however, fell because of lowered tablet and feature phone sales.
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29 days ago
News from The Associated Press
Analysts estimate Samsung sold more smartphones than Apple during the quarter. But the Korean firm lost ground in the more profitable high-end market to Apple after the maker of the iPhone began offering models with bigger screens last fall. Before that, large screens were a feature that set Samsung phones apart.
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29 days ago
Piracy App Popcorn Time Ordered Blocked by U.K. Court | Variety
The Motion Picture Assn. of America cheered the ruling. “As stated in the written judgment, Popcorn Time has no legitimate purpose and it only serves to infringe copyright,” the MPAA said in a statement. “Court orders are a proportionate and effective measure to tackle sites dedicated to facilitating and promoting online copyright infringement.”
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29 days ago
An iPad glitch grounded several dozen American Airlines planes - Quartz
“The pilot came on and said that his first mate’s iPad powered down unexpectedly, and his had too, and that the entire 737 fleet on American had experienced the same behavior,” said passenger Philip McRell, who was also on flight #1654. “It seemed unprecedented and very unfamiliar to the pilots.”
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29 days ago
Tesla Plans To Open Car Doors To All Hackers This Summer - Forbes
Later this year, however, at the Defcon convention in Las Vegas, Tesla plans to open one of Elon Musk’s sleek electric cars to the hacker attendees, allowing them to tinker with any piece of the vehicle they like, according to sources, who wished to remain anonymous. The benefits for Tesla will be twofold: they will be made aware of any bugs in the vehicle and of any hackers who are worth hiring. At Defcon last year, Tesla scouts were on the prowl, finding plenty of talent whilst meandering the halls of the Rio Hotel & Casino.
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4 weeks ago
Apple Watch Display Technology Shoot-Out
The display on the Apple Watch rises to the challenge with an excellent state-of-the-art Flexible OLED display covered by a sapphire crystal, or by an Ion-X strengthened cover glass for the Sport model. Also very significant, it is Apple’s first OLED display, which are often more challenging to engineer than using long established LCDs. We will examine, lab test, and analyze the Apple Watch display with a sapphire crystal below…
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4 weeks ago
Valve kills paid mods on Steam, will refund Skyrim mod buyers | Polygon
"We've done this because it's clear we didn't understand exactly what we were doing," Valve said in a post on Steam. "We've been shipping many features over the years aimed at allowing community creators to receive a share of the rewards, and in the past, they've been received well. It's obvious now that this case is different."
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4 weeks ago
China iPhone sales boosts Apple; shares up modestly | Reuters
Apple sold 61.2 million iPhones in the quarter, up 40 percent from the year-ago quarter, but down from the record-breaking holiday quarter. It sold 12.6 million iPads, down 23 percent from a year ago.
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4 weeks ago
Audi and Amazon to try car-boot delivery service - BBC News
Using Audi's in-car communications system, Connect, DHL delivery drivers would track a customer's vehicle over a specified period of time and then use a digital access code to unlock the boot, the car maker said. This code would then expire as soon as the boot was shut.
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5 weeks ago
Google Set to Unveil Wireless Service - WSJ
Google Inc. is set to unveil its new U.S. wireless service as early as Wednesday, pushing the Internet giant further into telecom and injecting fresh uncertainty into a wireless industry already locked in a price war.
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5 weeks ago
Websites Prep for Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’ - Digits - WSJ
“Google wants people going mobile friendly,” said Danny Sullivan, founding editor of Search Engine Land. He said the April 21 deadline had created a “panic and frenzy” among Web developers to make the changes.

There’s potential benefit for Google in the move, too. Users are conducting more searches on mobile devices. A Google executive said at a conference last year that smartphone searches could soon outnumber searches from personal computers.
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5 weeks ago
We Can't Let John Deere Destroy the Very Idea of Ownership | WIRED
In a particularly spectacular display of corporate delusion, John Deere—the world’s largest agricultural machinery maker —told the Copyright Office that farmers don’t own their tractors. Because computer code snakes through the DNA of modern tractors, farmers receive “an implied license for the life of the vehicle to operate the vehicle.”
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5 weeks ago
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5 weeks ago
Comcast to bring two-gigabit Internet service to Bay Area, boost existing tiers | PCWorld
Comcast said Friday that it will bring its 2-gigabit symmetrical Gigabit Pro service to San Francisco Bay Area consumers in May, sidestepping Google and its own fiber plans. The company also said it will boost the speeds of some of its more premium tiers and add a new Extreme 250 tier.
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Apple Watch's arrival in stores will be delayed - San Jose Mercury News
Apple had initially framed April 24 as the official launch date for the watch. Although some customers who were quick to place pre-orders will receive the gadget April 24, Apple has removed the date from its website, advising simply: "The Watch is coming." An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
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5 weeks ago
Google Announces Certification Program For Cardboard Clones | TechCrunch
Today, Google is taking the lid off of a new certification program that will unify these disparate headsets under a single badge: “Works With Google Cardboard.” By following a few guidelines and giving Google a look at your headset, Google will certify a manufacturer’s headset design will work with all Cardboard software. It’ll also give certified manufacturers a tool for generating headset profiles, which will be placed on the headset itself as a QR code and scanned by the user in the Cardboard app. The Cardboard app will then adjust apps built on the SDK for parameters set by the manufacturer, like focal length, inputs available, and the distance between each lens.
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5 weeks ago
Android's 10 Millisecond Problem: The Android Audio Path Latency Explainer
Most Android apps have more than 100 ms of audio output latency, and more than 200 ms of round-trip (audio input to audio output) latency. To give you a quick example from the Oscar winning film Whiplash, it’s like the drummer is dragging by a half beat behind the band!
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6 weeks ago
How A Long-Standing Google Maps Loophole Let This Man Put Edward Snowden In The White House
Does the name Bryan Seely ring a bell? He’s the guy last year who managed to create fake listings for the US Secret Service and the FBI in Google Maps that some people fell for. Seely did it to demonstrate a weakness with Google Maps, one that still exists and allowed him to recently make another fake listing — this time putting Edward Snowden in the White House.
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6 weeks ago
No Apple Watches in store until June, Ahrendts tells staff as April 24th date removed from website | 9to5Mac
I know this is a different experience for our customers, and a change for you as well. Are we going to launch every product this way from now on? No. We all love those blockbuster Apple product launch days—and there will be many more to come. They’re the moments where you, our teams, shine. And our customers love them as well!
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