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Fitness trackers have become a big trend of late, with many companies jumping on the wearable tech bandwagon with fitness tracking devices. It seems like they all do more or less the same thing – track your steps, you calorie burn, your sleep, and so on. There’s one new fitness tracker that’s been designed by a formal Apple engineer.
Health tracking app Human just added a few new features to its latest update. First, the app now supports Apple's M7 fitness chipset if you have an iPhone 5s, while retaining compatibility with iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. The company also added a new daily summary to keep track of all your activities. Read More
The Quantified Self movement has grown increasingly popular among fitness enthusiasts and health-conscious geeks, who eagerly track their workouts and routines with smart wristbands and watches, collecting their health data in dashboards and mobile apps.
WSJ: Apple Now Holds 10% of All Corporate Cash: Moody’s
QZ: Apple is sitting on 10% of all US corporate cash
Reality: Apple’s foreign and domestic cash reserves, if taken in aggregate, constitute around 10 percent of U.S. corporate cash, if you discount financial corporations.
Steve Ballmer’s presentation slidefrom 2009 shows GNU/Linux as bigger than Apple on the desktop
Summary: The company of gadgets and supposedly shiny things does not perform as well as US market surveys (which Apple helps fund) would have one believe
ONCE in a few months we remind people that Apple is too small a player on the desktop and hardly a threat to GNU/Linux.
A myriad articles have appeared since Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, announced the end of his iCEO-ship and the start of his spot in Apple’s iChair, and while some think Apple’s future is crunchily sweet, others think that an Apple without Jobs will one day leave Apple’s employees without jobs.
Apple has WON BIG in the Apple/Samsung IP lawsuit. The judge basically gave everything Apple wanted. Samsung was found to be infringing several of Apple's patents and designs. In addition, Samsung now has to pay Apple over $1 Billion. Samsung lost completely. Apple was found to be infringing ZERO ZERO ZERO patents of Samsung which is quite surprising.