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Steve Jobs Dies at 56 It is a sad day in the world of Apple. Co-founder, chairman, and former CEO of Apple Steve Jobs has lost his life. Steve Jobs battled pancreatic cancer after being diagnosed in 2004. After his diagnosis, he underwent surgery to remove the cancerous tumor. However, it was apparent...

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Apple’s New Patent Could Change Navigation Forever

Posted by jnolan | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products, Uncategorized | Posted on 30-07-2014

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I know you have all thought about this a million times, because I know that I think about it and even complain about it on a daily basis. What if a navigation app could not only give you the shortest distance or quickest general route… but could actually give you directions based on how many traffic lights, stop signs, and just generally annoying obstacles were along the path. Well, my friends, Apple’s new patent is just for that. It seems they are trying to make our lives easier and better.

On Tuesday the US Patent and Trademark office granted their new patent. It is called “Routing based on detected stops”. It is basically crowd-sourced navigation but taken up a few levels.

It’s not like different companies haven’t already attempted to do things like this. The problem is just that the result is always ineffective and doesn’t really work right. Waze and Google Maps both have crowd-sourcing things going for them, and it is really nice because we can get some real time data on where we are going and what is happening along the way. The problem is that there is just no way to be in depth enough to be incredibly useful. There is no way they are going to detect stop signs or stop lights or anything like that and take them into account when calculating your route. This idea is for a smarter system that will be much better, more productive, and will let us know about as many obstacles as possible.

The patent that Apple filed basically explains a navigation system that is going to use the GPS in whatever device you are using to collect any sort of stops that it detects you are making. This includes every stop sign, light, traffic jam, anything. After it collects the data from your GPS, it is analyzed to determine what kind of stop it is (stop sign or traffic light), and then it is uploaded to a remote server and shared with anyone else who is using the same GPS app.

This will allow you to ACTUALLY choose the quickest route to your destination. It will also greatly improve the estimated trip times and make them way more accurate. This could also even be able to tell you the best time of day to make your trip based on traffic data that it has collected.

Now, just because a patent has been filed and granted doesn’t always mean that an actual product is ever going to see the light of day. BUT, this is a REALLY good idea. And I feel like if anyone has the power and resources to make it a reality, Apple would be the company to make it happen.

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Be Productive With Your iCloud

Posted by eblasko | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 02-07-2014

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When iCloud was first introduced back in 2011, many users were confused of all of its features and how to properly store information off their Mac, iPhone, iPad and iTouch. It works as a way to store and save any personal information from contacts, notes, photos an apps. Although iCloud is compared to other digital services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft’s SkyDrive, iCloud has many unique features that other services might not have. Many users do not know how to keep up with iCloud or use it to its full potential. Here are a few ways to be extra productive using your iCloud.

1. iCloud Keychain
Beginning with iOS 7, Apple introduced a brand new way of keeping passwords and important information synced between Safari on the Mac computers and iOS 7. The best part of this keychain feature is that it makes it easy to store any passwords you create for all the websites you visit daily. The iCloud Keychain can store login information for any specific applications, that means instead of having to write down any login information on a notepad, or even worse forgetting your password and having to go through the recovery process; iCloud Keychain lets you fill in any details on the Mac and iOS 7.

2. Share Documents With iClouDrive
The free iCloud app, iClouDrive, makes it easy to create a new folder that synces with iCloud and is stored on your Mac computer. The app works by creating a special folder where all your iCloud files are stored on your Mac, then puts an alias to that folder where it is then stored inside your computer’s documents folder.

3. Keep Track Of All Your Devices
Did you know that Find My iPhone and Find My Mac are built into iCloud.com? Logging in to the special service lets you locate any of your Apple devices, send messages and request that the device plays a sound to locate it.

4. Use iWork To Create And Collaborate
Good news, Apple is now offering all of its iWork apps for free on the Mac and iOS with any new device purchase. Even better, iWork for iCloud brings the experience to the web. You can create and edit any documents by logging in to iCloud.com Users without an iCloud account can be invited to collaborate on an existing document. Signing up for an iCloud account is totally free as well. Think of iWork as something like Microsoft’s Office 365, but with Apple’s system.

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