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Reviews of Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro tablet went live late last night, and Microsoft has been answering a number of questions from Reddit’s community today during an AMA session. Two hot topics are around the battery life and usable storage. Microsoft previously revealed to The Verge that its 64GB Surface Pro model would only have around 23GB of usable storage, but the company says its initial estimates “were conservative.” Final production units are arriving with around 6-7GB of additional space, bringing the total up to 30GB on the 64GB model.
It seems a recovery partition is taking up additional space, but Microsoft says this can be removed. A Surface spokesperson says the company didn’t want users to lose a USB recovery key and…
HootSuite CEO offers ‘product credit’ after botched Seesmic integration exposes names and email addresses
Ryan Holmes, CEO of social networks management start-up HootSuite, has actually provided customers a “item credit” after a mistake in integrating new accounts exposed individuals’ names and e-mail addresses. Some individuals reported receiving hundreds of e-mails reminding them that a 60-day HootSuite Pro trial period was about to end, regardless of having never ever signed up for such a trial– in many instances, the e-mails consisted of others individuals’ addresses in the ‘To:’ field.
According to a declaration given to The Next Web, additionally posted on HootSuite’s web site, the mass mailouts were caused by “a technical problem related to our integration of Seesmic accounts with our existing HootSuite individual accounts.” HootSuite acquired competitor Seesmic in September in an effort to boost …
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Staying in Brooklyn, NY (the place where plan deliveries go to die), I know far better than anyone the struggle of failing to see a bundle, tracking it down, and then taking a trip nonetheless long it takes to rebound said package. It ’ s so a lot of a pain, in fact, that I frequently provide up the second I see that “ Sorry we missed you ” sticker label.
But a business fresh from Y Combinator‘ s Summertime 2012 class is prepared to disrupt this mayhem with a clever little box, a BufferBox. It ’ s a bit like Amazon Closet, where you have all your Amazon plans shipped to a reasonably advantageous place as an alternative of missing them. However, BufferBox deals with all of your bundles (UPS, FedEx, USPS, and Amazon).
Right here ’ s how it works:
After joining BufferBox, you ’ re offered a certain address– you will certainly utilize this address every time you intend on receiving a plan. As soon as the delivery shows up, BufferBox will certainly deliver you an e-mail with an one-of-a-kind PIN, with which you can easily uncover your BufferBox and walk off, bundle in hand.
BufferBox then takes a cost for every parcel delivered through their system. “ Integrated stores ” will certainly deliver a BufferBox circulation channel direct from their own ecommerce sites, and at that point the price to the retailer boils down to shipping volume. The consumer pays absolutely nothing. On the additional hand, users purchasing through non-integrated merchants can constantly sign up for a BufferBox of their own, and pay $ 3 per parcel.
According to originator Mike McCauley, Amazon ’ s Closet program poses the greatest risk competitively, however he in fact sees it as a benefit.
“ They opened a whole new market for us due to the fact that they have 30 percent of the commerce volume, ” McCauley stated. “ The other scattered 70 percent don ’ t have the order volume to validate building a network of kiosks. ”
“ In that way, we ’ re kind of like an open platform. ”
The roll-out has already begun, beginning with Union Station in Toronto, Canada. (The BufferBox people are largely from the University of Waterloo.)
The group has plans to expand into 100 new places, featuring benefit shops, supermarket, and transit stations within Toronto, which should increase their potential user base to around 7 million customers. Perfect practice for a roll-out in the Big Apple.
BufferBox has actually also signed an arrangement with Walmart ecommerce to give individuals the option of having package deals delivered to a BufferBox instead of their front door.
If you’ve enjoyed decrypting the often frustratingly skewed (and occasionally humorously juxtaposed) reCAPTCHAs, you might be a bit sad to learn that Google is mixing things up with some rather more boring numerals. The combinations of two words are typically used as part of a registration form to ensure the registrant is, indeed, human. Google is now replacing one of the words in some of its reCAPTCHA forms with photos gleaned from Street View service. Google says it uses these numbers internally to improve the accuracy of Street View and that pulling them into reCAPTCHAs is part of an “experiment” to “determine if using imagery might also be an effective way to further refine our tools for fighting machine and bot-related abuse online.”
In other words, Google’s bots are already capable of decoding these numbers, which makes this all sound like a bit of a challenge to the rest of the OCR-loving coders in the world. Any takers?
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Question by : How do I delete unwanted and unsaved email addresses on my iPad 2?
I wrote in an email to forward a message to my cousin, I don’t want their email saved on my iPad, however whenever I type one letter their email pops up. How can I get rid of that? I really don’t want that there. Any Suggestions?
Answer by Fresh Prince
As with the Mail app on a Mac, the iPad’s Mail app stores all email recipients in a list of previous recipients. The autofill feature for email addresses when addressing an email pulls from contacts and from the list of previous recipients.
Different from the Mail app on a Mac, there is not a way to access the list of previous recipients to remove a previous recipient from the list, or add a previous recipient to the address book or contacts that is not already entered – not at the present time anyway.
To purge the entire list requires restoring the iPad with iTunes as a new iPad or not from the iPad’s backup.
Very weak on Apples part if you ask me. Sorry for the bad news.
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Defendant in theft of iPad users’ e-mail addresses allowed to use Internet for his job only
An Arkansas man accused of stealing more than 100,000 e-mail addresses of Apple iPad users last year was released on bail and will be prohibited from using the Internet except for work â€” which in his case means a job as a computer consultant.
Read more on San Jose Mercury News
News360 for iPad aggregates international news, photos
Moscow-based News360 has launched News360 for iPad, a news- and photo-aggregation application that displays stories from around the world.
Read more on Macworld via Yahoo! News
Motorola Xoom costs more to build than iPad
Xoom tablet estimated at $ 360, $ 40 above Apple’s iPad A teardown analysis of Motorola’s Xoom tablet by IHS iSuppli found its materials cost nearly $ 360, compared with $ 320 for materials in the comparable 32GB iPad 3G.
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iPhone and iPad Software Update Addresses Security Exploit
Apple has just released iOS 4.0.2 for the iPhone and iOS 3.2.2 for the iPad, officially addressing the security exploit that was uncovered by the userland iOS jailbreak . Aside from the security patches, itâ€¦
IPad usersâ€™ e-mail addresses revealed
A security flaw in AT&T Inc.â€™s 3G cellular data network has revealed the e-mail addresses of thousands of people who own Apple Inc.â€™s popular iPad tablet computer. Among those victimized by the breach are White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York, and Janet Robinson, chief executive of The New York Times Co. , which … Rahm Emanuel – Apple – White House Chief …
iPad security leak – AT&T gap exposed e-mail addresses, IDs
SAN FRANCISCO -Â AT&T Inc. on Wednesday acknowledged a security weak spot that exposed the e-mail addresses of apparently more than 100,000 users of Apple Inc.’s iPad, a breach that could make those people vulnerable to precision-targeted hacking attacks. The vulnerability only affected iPad users who signed up for AT&T’s “3G” wireless Internet service. It involved an insecure way that AT&T’s …
AT&T Bug Discloses IPad Owners’ E-mail Addresses
A glitch in AT&T’s Web site has exposed the e-mail addresses of more than 100,000 iPad buyers. E-mail – Mail – Year 2000 – Servers – List Management