Now’s the time to sign up your children for a free Apple Camp this summer!
Source: 9 to 5 Mac
It is important as more people depend on digital assistants like Siri that they get better at responding to and helping people out during crises.
This is absolutely rediculous. A sixteen year old boy invades his teacher’s privacy, steals nude photos from her phone, distributes them, and somehow this is the teacher’s fault? Victim-blaming at its most pathetic.
The student should be charged.
Rachael Andrew at A List Apart on The High Price of Free:
The ability to give time, energy and professional skills free of charge is a privilege. It is a privilege that not everyone has to begin with, but that we can also lose as our responsibilities increase or as we start to lose the youthful ability to pull all-nighters. Perhaps we begin to realize how much that free work is taking us away from our families, friends, and hobbies; away from work that might improve our situation and enable us to save for the future.
Facebook recently introduced live streaming support. And notifications every time someone you follow “is live”.Here is how to turn it off from the Facebook web site (I haven’t yet found a way to turn it off from the Facebook iOS app).
I tried the new keyboard in iOS 9. I thought I would like the key labels changing case based on the state of the shift key. But, it is incredibly distracting and drives me crazy.The shift key in iOS is now styled such that it is very clear when it is enabled. So, there is no reason for the key labels to change case dynamically.
Fortunately, you can turn this new behavior off!
Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Keyboard.
Via Daring Fireball
Apple needs to introduce upgrade pricing and trials to the App Store so that developers can charge more for their apps. The insanely low prices of most apps is not good for the long-term viability of smaller development shops. Which means lower quality and less innovation in the long term, which is bad for everybody.
I love the idea behind this “camera”:
Conceived by German designer Philipp Schmitt, the “camera” is made from a 3D-printed shell that encloses a smartphone. An app uses GPS to track your location and calculate how many online photos have been geotagged within a 115-foot radius. If too many photos have already been taken there, Camera Restricta refuses to function. It only allows you to start photographing again once you’ve moved to a less-documented area.