Something worth thinking about. There is spying that we denounce, such as the mass spying revealed by Snowden, but there is also some that we should come to expect, whether we agree with it or not. Because That’s Where the Intelligence Is — As a taxpayer, if the CIA and every other U.S. intelligence agency… Continue reading Should the CIA target Apple?
I’ve been itching to use Apple’s passbook ever since it was announced, as it’s an ideal solution for digital tickets. The lack of support from local cinemas so far means that I haven’t found a good opportunity to give it a go. Fortunately as I was checking into my Cathay Pacific flight online, I noticed… Continue reading Using Passbook at KLIA and HKIA
Every now and then I get the itch to switch my contacts and calendaring back to iCloud. I was using iCloud for contacts and calendaring a while back, but decided to switch to Google because: I trust Google’s sync expertise a lot more. If I ever decide to switch to Android or get a secondary… Continue reading Switching back to iCloud
I’m a big fan of scanning things in order to reduce clutter. Some might argue that I’m merely converting physical clutter into digital clutter, but that’s a debate for another day. I’ve tried various methods to always have a portable scanner with me, including getting a non-branded version of the IRIScan Book 2. In the… Continue reading DocScanner For iOS: My Portable Scanner
I’m not an designer, but I’m always curious why Apple doesn’t make a better way to switch between apps on the iPhone. Double-tapping the home button to bring up the app switcher tends to wear out the home button pretty quick.