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Merging two carriers’ efforts invariably develops a minimum of some kind of redundancy, no matter how much the two sides attempt to avoid it. In EE’s case, it brought about shops that were suddenly too close to each other– so close that some were very actually next door. As opposed to keep the inadvertent funny, EE states it’s shuttering 78 shops that it believes are simply losing area. The carrier does not wish to put added strain on the staying shops, however. It plans to move all affected personnel to existing locations, and it’s intending to repurpose managers instead of oust them. The scaled-back retail operations theoretically “keep momentum” while keeping clients and employees happy, EE informs us. When we see really ridiculous situations like the picture above, we’re inclined to agree.
[ Image credit: Lazygamer, Flickr ]
Merging two carriers’ efforts invariably creates at least some kind of redundancy, no matter how much the two sides try to avoid it. In EE’s case, it led to stores that were suddenly too close to each other — so close that some were very literally next door. Rather than perpetuate the inadvertent comedy, EE says it’s shuttering 78 stores that it believes are just wasting space. The provider doesn’t want to put added strain on the remaining shops, however. It plans to move all affected staff to existing locations, and it’s hoping to repurpose managers rather than oust them. The scaled-back retail operations theoretically “maintain momentum” while keeping customers and workers happy, EE tells us. When we see genuinely absurd situations like the photo above, we’re inclined to agree.
[Image credit: Lazygamer, Flickr]
Less than a fortnight has actually passed given that Adobe sent its slate-friendly picture editing app to Amazon’s Appstore. Today, the graphics software attire is rolling out an additional update of Photoshop Touch that has been optimized for those smaller sized slates– particularly the options from Apple and Google. In addition to the tweaks that account for less display real property, version 1.4 additionally touts support for three pressure-sensitive styli (Pogo Connect, Jot Touch and the Jaja stylus), added results, performance enhancements and the ability to share your creations to both Facebook and Twitter without the demand to head somewhere else. A fresh download is available now from iTunes, Google Play and the aforementioned Amazon repository for $ 10. Speak with the complete announcement below if you’re looking for a few more particulars.
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Poised to please audio enthusiasts, both employ DSP and Libratone’s FullRoom for a “360 degree soundscape” controllable via an iOS app, while the Lounge’s volume can also be handled by a TV remote. The Lounge will be available through Apple’s online store this September priced at £1,099 to €,1199 (about $ 1,791 to $ 1,954), and the Live for £599 to £6,99 ($ 699) at Apple retail locations in the EU and US — both in various colorways. You’ll find details in the PR after the break while your next bout of Gear Acquisition Syndrome begins settling in.
Ah, so it’s all coming together now. Following a report on Warner Music inking a cloud-streaming deal with Apple, CNET has followed up with fresh information that sees three more major record companies jumping on board. Citing “multiple music industry sources,” we’re told that EMI Music is the latest addition to Apple’s cloud music portfolio, while Universal Music and Sony Music are close to sealing the deal to permit this rumored iCloud service. If true, such endorsement will no doubt add pressure on Google and Amazon over their cheeky, license-free cloud streaming offerings — not a bad way to fend off competition, though it’s not clear how much money’s involved. Guess we’ll know more at WWDC next month.
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Bread and circuses, friends. Bread and circuses.
Designed as a reusable sleve for a coffee cup, RuMe added a useful zippered pocket so the cuff also functions as a safe, secure armband cash wallet. Now you can walk, jog, rollerbalde to the coffee shop with cash, cards & keys tucked safely inside! Every year more than a billion disposable coffee sleeves are discarded, and the sturdy, tight-fitting elastic not only makes a better sleeve for that hot latte, but is an incredibly easy way to reduce waste. Choose: Fuchsia, Grass, Indigo, Black, Tangerine or Lemon.
Insult to injury? It costs $ 10.
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