Deuxième fois que je visite un site où je ne suis pas identifié et je reçois du spam d’eux sur mon Gmail le lendemain. Coïncidence ou…?
I guess April Fools lasts a whole month now.
Come on, what kind of nitwit really expects Apple not to be able to see user data in iCloud? There’s even a web interface to display it!
You should simply unsubscribe from any tech blog that calls Sparrow’s tentative background polling “push notifications.”
Evil TweetLonger alternative. Encode the text as part of a URL. Clients parse the URL to reconstitute the Tweet. Server wouldn’t need a DB.
Wow, Google Plus is now desperate enough to send me by e-mail the posts I haven’t gone to read on the site. Social networking 2.0.
Kodak goes bankrupt and Instagram is worth a billion dollars. 2012, y’all.
Those good intentions will last at least two months.
Not convinced by the day’s speculation of a taller 4-inch iPhone: it’s not catching up with competition if the device doesn’t look bigger.
Getting tired of the Gmail web-app randomly failing to mark messages as read. It shouldn’t take a 100MB/s connection to handle that.
Caution: this article may make you want to wipe your web servers clean.
I don’t get why the default state for the Google Currents app is to have a fixed list of my subscriptions take up half the iPad’s screen.
Damnit, security questions are the opposite of secure.
What the… I assumed they’d been at it on for months.
Twitter announces that its motto is “don’t be evil”. New golden age of tech surely just around corner for credulous people.
I’m offended by the way Pocket’s nice visuals simply stop at the bottom of the last item, with no border or anything (iPad, list mode).
Other than that, I think I like Pocket (not a fan of the font selection, though), but not sure I’ll bother switching all my shortcuts again.
Wait, Pocket managed to get away with displaying progress in the status bar? I thought that was forbidden on the App Store.
The commenters don’t read the article, the writers don’t read the comments, and no one clicks on the ads.
Dear iPhone: 100% of the time that I delete a capital letter and type the same letter again, I mean I want it lowercase.
Get on it, Twitter app developers.
Doesn’t sound like it does web pages natively, but “print to Kindle” should be close enough.