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Links 1 through 10 of 97 by Jack Mottram tagged apple

At Apple, we respect your privacy and protect it with strong encryption, plus strict policies that govern how all data is handled.

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> Today it occurred to me that it could have an interesting use: acting as a gestural, accelerometer-based, Kinect-like remote. Worn on the wrist of your dominant hand, it should be able to detect swipes and jabs, or even control an onscreen pointer. If Apple are making a thing that's worn on the wri

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Remarkably confident predictions of the Apple announcement today. (No sign of the one thing I would buy - a tiny wee netbook.)

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"We have decided to drop the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for released iPhone software." As a user, does this mean the developers who have made apps that can email files will tell all their freinds how to do it? Hope so.

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A proposed app for turning all the power draining/useful iPhone features on and off with one click (or should that be push? poke? jab? finger?). This would need to be provided by Apple, and that they might be reluctant to admit the need for such a thing.

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Nice. I'd replace the buttons with the Newton's 'drag to/from the side of the screen' method, because it'd be quicker, and because I'm a weirdo Newton fetishist. (And once we *can* select text on the iPhone, I demand an Assist button with all its associated cleverness.)

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Given that there are squillions of iPhone apps, 99% of them are either total shit or completely useless (I don't play computer games), and there's no way to try them before you buy them, IUseThis could be a handy filter.

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