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It’s time to save the internet — again

Excellent article from Nilay Patel at The Verge outlines the current state of internet access and explains why the Trump appointed new heads of the FCC wish to do away with net neutrality rules.

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It’s time to save the internet — again

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Why does this keep happening?
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Using the Original iPhone... in 2017

Funny video. By the way I still have a working original iPhone 📱

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Living With the Original iPhone... in 2017

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Back in 2007, the iPhone was revolutionary. But what about using that same phone in 2017? Wall Street Journal's Joanna Stern locked up her iPhone 7 and attempted to make it through the day.

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Perfect Ten

Ten years ago today the original iPhone went on sale.

John Gruber nails the excitement and anticipation we all felt back then. Simply monumental.

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Perfect Ten

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Apple had amazing product introductions before the iPhone, and it’s had a few good ones after. But the iPhone was the only product introduction that felt *impossible*.


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Apple doing something for music

Most wired headphones deliver crappy sound quality anyway. I hate being tethered to a phone via a cable, getting rid of the audio port is a good thing. Wireless is the way to go, period.

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By scrapping your antiquated headphones, Apple is doing something extraordinary for music

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Hear us out.
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Should I Hit ‘Reply All’?

So obvious, but people are sheep.

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When I’m Mistakenly Put on an Email Chain, Should I Hit ‘Reply All’ Asking to Be Removed?

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I did not ask to be put on this list.
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Net Neutrality Upheld by Court

Common Sense Prevails

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Net Neutrality Rules Upheld by Federal Court

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An appeals court panel affirmed the Federal Communications Commission’s rules, including the definition of high-speed internet providers as utilities.
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27 things your iPhone can do

Helpful list of features for iPhone owners

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27 things you didn't know your iPhone could do

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There are tons of hidden features buried in the iPhone's Settings menu among other places.
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Living with Apple Watch and Usher Syndrome

Technology, when done right, can be life-changing and create opportunities to open closed doors.

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It's amazing what technology is capable of doing when you wear it.
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Lawsuits Filed Against Net Neutrality Rules

and the fight in court begins... 

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First Lawsuits Filed Against the F.C.C.'s 'Net Neutrality' Rules

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The first lawsuits over the agency’s new rules for Internet regulation were filed on Monday, sooner than expected and months before the rules are expected to take effect.
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Meerkat raises $12 million

Cool app, but a major bandwidth and battery hog.

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Meerkat, the live-streaming app that has Twitter going crazy, just raised $12 million

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$12 million at a $40 million valuation.
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TypeSnippets - iOS Keyboard

Trying out #TypeSnippets! It's the iOS keyboard that types for me -- I’ll never have to re-type my email address or phone number again. Try it for free!

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TypeSnippets -- The iOS Keyboard that types for You

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TypeSnippets
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Alexa and The Connected Home

One step closer. Now if only we can get her to control the Nest thermostat, the Hue lights and the stove, fridge, garage, etc. and we will be on our way to a truly connected home.

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Apple iPhone Will Fail...

Now this was an interesting prediction. :-)

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Apple iPhone Will Fail in a Late, Defensive Move: Matthew Lynn - Bloomberg

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Few products have been launched with such a blizzard of publicity as Apple Inc.'s iPhone.
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Navdy feels like driving in the future

HUD displays are so cool

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Navdy feels like driving in the future

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Navdy's magical head up display projects information as if it's floating six feet in front of you. Manage your navigation, calls and apps with voice and simple hand gestures. In the car you already have.


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Animated iWatch Concept Is the Most Realistic You've Ever Seen

I'd probably buy this if it were real.

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Animated iWatch Concept Is the Most Realistic You've Ever Seen

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A professional interface designer has used his skills to create the most practical and realistic iWatch concept we've seen to date.
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Faster and safer than typing a password

Love innovative mobile apps like this

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Faster and safer than typing a password. Just Knock. For iPhone + Mac.

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A faster, safer way to sign in. You keep your iPhone with you all the time. Now you can use it as a password. You never have to open the app— just knock on your phone twice, even when it’s in your pocket, and you're in.
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And Then Steve Said, ‘Let There Be an iPhone’

Fascinating article about the lead-up to the original iPhone

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And Then Steve Said, ‘Let There Be an iPhone’

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An age of darkness ended with a searing light, which shook the earth, and the great device was rendered unto thee.
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The iPhone 5s's Fingerprint Scanner Was Hacked, but I'm Not Worried

Jeez if somebody goes to that much trouble, they can have my phone.

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The iPhone 5s's Fingerprint Scanner Was Hacked, but I'm Not Worried



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Yes, Apple’s Touch ID can be fooled — by a determined attacker with the time and resources to do it.
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Join Dropbox!

Still one of the best ways to share digital files with friends, family and colleagues.

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Rob Montanez has invited you to join Dropbox!

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Always have your stuff when you need it with Dropbox. Sign up for free!
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iOS: A visual history

Well-done, detailed visual history of the iOS platform

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iOS: A visual history

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In what is widely regarded as his greatest presentation ever, Apple's Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world on January 10th, 2007. In the five-plus years since then, the iPhone, iPad, and...
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Used Just A Bit?

Well-worn iPhone

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Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant

Useful? Yes. Privacy? Ha! "iBeacons's a Bluetooth-based micro-locations system (think very accurate GPS that can be used indoors)"

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Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant

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Apple's iBeacons system will enable purchases, contextual marketing, automated check-ins and much more. And it's closer than you think.
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Gold, Baby


iPhone 5S

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