A selection of interesting, tech-related links that I find on my travels. Nov 16
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Last week I was reading one of my industry news sources and an article caught my attention. I wanted to let my friends know about the piece so, as usual, I went to tweet about it.
A dollar a month for razors, shipped to your door? Most thrifty guys and gals who wield a blade in the bathroom won't need much convincing that that's a good idea for a startup. But how to ensure that they hear about it, and that they have enough confidence in the company to sign up?
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Apple Thursday announced a new app designed to interact with and expand its iTunes U content collection. The app bring together the course materials in podcast form on an iOS device. With the app, users will be able to essentially have a virtual classroom where users will be able to subscribe to courses, see notes from the instructor, gather materials, and get notifications on updates.
Back in April, Apple had a bit of a PR problem when it was discovered that iPhones were storing a cache of data on which GPS locations that handset had visited in an unencrypted file. The whole thing was just a bug , but the controversy was dubbed LocationGate, and Apple even had to testify in front of the Senate about the matter.
We get asked a lot how to get more space in your Dropbox, and we realized that we’ve never put an official guide together. So here it is! When people start using Dropbox, they start small but often need more and more space over time.
Stanford University’s School of Engineering has a history of offering courses on some pretty interesting products for free online.
Wired.com photographers have the enviable job of shooting the coolest stuff and most intriguing people in the technology world.
I was honoured to be asked to write a few words for my school’s Remembrance Ceremony this year.
The announcement that Nexus One users won’t be getting upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich led some to justifiably question Google’s support of their devices . I look at it a little differently: Nexus One owners are lucky. I’ve been researching the history of OS updates on Android phones and Nexus One users have fared much, much better than most Android buyers.