Here’s What Microsoft’s iPhone Keyboard Will Look Like
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Here’s What Microsoft’s iPhone Keyboard Will Look Like

It won’t be long before you can choose an entirely different keyboard experience on your iPhone. The folks over at technology news site The Verge got their hands on an early version of the virtual keyboard Microsoft is developing for Apple’s AAPL iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad, and found an interesting feature: One-handed mode. Dubbed Word Flow for iOS, the upcoming app will come with the standard features users have...

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Apple Just Sold More iOS Devices Than Microsoft’s Windows Devices For The First Time In History
Jan30

Apple Just Sold More iOS Devices Than Microsoft’s Windows Devices For The First Time In History

Image | fossBytes Short Bytes: Apple has seen a great jump is its overall product sales in 2015. This has happened due to the enthusiasm of users about new iOS devices like iPhone 6. On the other hand, Microsoft is witnessing a decline in the Windows 10 installation rate after a fierce start. As a result, Apple’s iOS sales have surpassed Windows sales for the first time in history. If we talk about the technology companies that...

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Netflix Popularity/TV Down – Apple Research Kit Good, Bad and Evil – Show Notes for March 14, 2015

Americans are moving faster than ever away from traditional TV More homes have turned to online video with 40 percent of U.S. homes subscribing to a streaming service such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video or Hulu. http://buff.ly/19jzevG Netflix is now in 36% of homes across the United States Nielsen’s 2014 Total Audience Report confirms what many already assumed: Americans are becoming more enamored with streaming services like...

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Show Notes – Air Traffic Control – Goodbye to Apple and Microsoft – Apple Project Titan

Why 40-Year-Old Tech Is Still Running America’s Air Traffic Control At any given time, around 7,000 aircraft are flying over the United States. For the past 40 years, the same computer system has controlled all that high-altitude traffic—a relic of the 1970s known as Host. The core system predates the advent of the Global Positioning System, so Host uses point-to-point, ground-based radar. Every day, thousands of travelers...

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Is WiFi Dangerous to Your Health? Live on America Now With Andy Dean at 8:35

I’ll be on America Now at 8:35 tonight talking about WiFi and other wireless safety. Looks like as many as 4% of the population may be sensitive to the radio waves emitted by our cell phones, WiFi, Smart Meters and even our cars. ‘I used to be sick all the time’: Dozens of Americans who claim to be allergic to electromagnetic signals settle in small West Virginia town where WiFi is banned Read...

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