The whole of Silicon Valley has been desperate to mansplain away the massive numbers disparity between men and women working in tech. Some might muse that the men at Apple Music haven't done too good a job, given that consumers have found the service less than simple, technologically painful and having no discernible difference from Spotify. Lifelong Apple aficionado and writer Jim Dalrymple raged against it, calling it a "nightmare."And what might some of the many women who work at Apple Music be thinking of their own alleged inabilities to find music? Perhaps they're just weeping. To the sound of silence, of course.
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The next logical step is for the PayPass technology to be included in mobile phones, according to Cingular executives. "Carrying a mobile phone has become almost as common as carrying a wallet," Scott McElroy, vice president of technology realization for Cingular Wireless, said in a statement. "This trial will continue to help us learn more about how NFC technologies work and how customers will want to use their phones as part of their real-world transaction process.". Consumers in South Korea and Japan have already been using cell phones to pay for things. NTT DoCoMo has been selling contactless payment phones for more than two years. Today most of the phones are used for small transactions that are often paid for using cash. But in the future, supporters of the technology expect it to be used more like a credit card. The scanners could also be programmed to download coupons or advertisements from merchants directly onto handsets.
Shim also reckons that a 7.85-inch iPad could be on the cards for later in 2012, We've heard whispers of a retina display before, and recently reported on word that the iPad 3 could be slighty thicker than its predecessor, due to the higher resolution display, An improved display was something we were really hoping to see from the iPad 2, but instead we had to settle for a tablet that was slightly slimmer and lighter, with two new cameras, The iPad 2 hasn't struggled with competition in the same way the iPhone 4S has, with relatively few impressive Android tablets surfacing since symmetry series case for apple iphone xs max - tonic violet Apple's second slate was unveiled..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Users who have unlocked the standard Android operating systems to give them full administrative privileges will now be greeted with a terse error message if they try to download a movie from the store. Google offers a short and far from sweet explanation to this complaint: "I see 'Failed to fetch license for [movie title] (error 49)' when I try to download a movie.". Its response: "You'll receive this 'Error 49' message if you attempt to play a movie on a rooted device. Rooted devices are currently unsupported due to requirements related to copyright protection.".