Someone has a bone to pick with T-Mobile...the free Lyft ride and Wendy's frosty have absolutely nothing to do with Net Neutrality or adding Pokemon Go data to binge on. They are weekly gifts through their T-Mobile Tuesday giveaways which they've had for I don't even know how long, but long before now.
For about a month. There's also a free Vudu rental every week. They already terminated the free medium pizza at Domino's (after two weeks), because too many customers were actually redeeming the offer.
That really depends if Pokemon start mysteriously appearing in Starbucks, or if you get ads for places in your vicinity. The game monetizes your activities as well as in-app purchases (which could also be tied to real-world promotions based on location). Therefore it is east to see a profit motive for Nintendo and for any network provider who cuts themselves a deal in return for some revenue.
They've already announced that in ~30 days, every McDonald's in the US will be a Pokemon gym.
Pen and paper notes are available to me instantly.
How's their keyword search feature? You can put your hands on the paper instantly, but how long does it take to find the stored information?
No iTunes actually deletes the files.
My post, and the one to which I was responding, was referring to iTunes ability to search your local computer and add music files to its library on the device. That's a completely different thing than what you're referring to... and it copies rather than moves/deletes the originals.
And, it isn't automatic, either. It requires opt-in.
After reading the summary, Raspberry Pi 3 gets no update at all, it's Raspbian OS that gets the update.
Well this isn't a tech site so most people won't understand the distinction.
It also doesn't "add Bluetooth support." Support was already there; it just added the capability to make Bluetooth settings in the GUI.
Now on to this topic. Nobody lost their minds when ATMs started to replace tellers at the bank. Nobody lost their minds when the kiosks started popping up at the airport. These terminals make sense in fast food as other readers have pointed out - that job is just listen and punch buttons (hopefully correctly) which is a perfect application of this technology.
And this setting (prepared food sales) is even MORE appropriate to offload the money-handling duties to machines. Money is just about the filthiest object on your person. I get tired of keeping a watchful eye out that proper precautions are taken to avoid contaminating food with cash.
Heck, Subway could probably offset the wage increase through savings on glove purchases alone.
Hell, here's another thing you flat-out, no joke, absolutely cannot do on the Apple Watch:
Set the current time.
No, not joking. It cannot be done. It takes the time off your phone, so you can't do something like purposely set your watch to be five minutes fast or synchronize it to some other time source that isn't "official" time and is off a bit.
So, yeah, no joke, the Apple Watch manages to be worse at telling time than a centuries old device. That takes skill, Apple, so completely missing the point as that.
Absolutely wrong.It's in the Settings menu, even the one on the watch itself (no need to set it on the phone, like some others).
If I have to sit in a self-driving car fully alert of the surrounding traffic and always poised to take over from the computer then exactly how is this any better than normal car? I might as well save the money and drive myself.
Precisely. And if every Bozo out there is also empowered to take over from their computer, then there will still be traffic jams and accidents, and we'll NEVER see the benefit of self-driving cars.
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. -- Albert Einstein