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    Whisky or whiskey is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Different grains are used for different varieties, including barley, malted barley, rye, malted rye, wheat, buckwheat and corn. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, made generally of charred white oak. Whisky is a strictly regulated spirit worldwide with many classes and types. Read More

  • Long Post for RR ad viewability

    Monotonectally synergize granular niches before cross-platform best practices. Efficiently strategize client-centric scenarios rather than turnkey manufactured products. Assertively transition unique meta-services after competitive meta-services. Energistically conceptualize client-based platforms before maintainable platforms. Objectively mesh user friendly catalysts for change without… Read More

  • Review: The iPad Pro And The Death Of A Metaphor

    Review: The iPad Pro And The Death Of A Metaphor

    “PCs are going to be like trucks. They are still going to be around, they’re still going to have a lot of value, but they’re only going to be used by one out of x people.” – Steve Jobs, 2010.   The iPad Pro is coming into the world with a lot of weight on its shoulders. The speculation and expectation is running high. Is it a potential laptop replacement? An… Read More

  • iPad Pro Now Available To Pre-Order

    The iPad Pro is now available to pre-order on Apple’s website. People who pre-order today will receive their iPad Pro on Friday November 13. If they opt for free delivery instead, the iPad should make its way to your door on Monday November 16. Read More

  • Apple TV ‘Tech Talks’ Coming To Major Cities Across The Globe

    Want to develop an app for the newly released Apple TV? Of course you do. Not sure how to get started? Apple is touring the globe for “Apple TV Tech Talks” which promise to get you rocking. You have to register by November 13th, though…so hop to it. Between December and February next year Apple is going to their stores in Toronto, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, Cupertino… Read More

  • Apple Music Comes To Android As An Emissary

    Today, Apple Music comes to Android phones. It’s the first user-centric app that Apple has created for Android (but not its first). As people download and dissect it, they’ll doubtless be looking at how Apple builds on Android, what features are ported over from iOS and what Apple’s pan-operating-system Music philosophy looks like in the mobile age. In advance of the launch… Read More

  • China Cracks Down On Internet Music Services

    China is turning the keen gaze of its beady censorship eye to the world of online music as part of its latest crackdown on the Internet. Read More

  • Apple Kicks Off iPad Pro Marketing With Ads Focused On Split-Screen And Pencil

    Apple has kicked off iPad Pro marketing with ads airing tonight during Monday Night Football. Pun intended. The spots use a galactic theme similar to the one we saw during the iPad Pro event back in September and focus on two marquee features: the ability to run two full iPad apps side-by-side and the new Pencil stylus. Read More

  • The Tech Gender Gap Has Only Gotten Worse, But Steve Jobs’ Contemporaries Think It Can Be Fixed

    When Apple released the original Macintosh in the mid-1980s, the percentage of women majoring computer science was on the rise: 37 percent of computer science graduates were women. But in 1984, the same year Steve Jobs unveiled the Macintosh, that trend reversed. In 2010 only 18 percent of computer science graduates were female. Onstage at an event in Palo Alto, the women who were closest… Read More

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    Innovating In A World Of Patent Lawsuits

    Apple seems to get caught in lots of patent fights. Since 2009, Nokia has sued Apple (they settled), Apple has sued HTC (they settled), Kodak sued Apple (Kodak is appealing), Motorola Mobility sued Apple (Apple is appealing) and Apple and Samsung filed more than 40 lawsuits against each other (still fighting it out in the U.S.). The list goes on. With so much energy spent in patent… Read More

  • Apple Debuts A New “Shopping” Category On The App Store

    Confirming earlier reports, Apple today is debuting a new category to its App Store that will help consumers better locate mobile shopping applications. The “Shopping” category will be available worldwide, and will feature apps that span across omni-channel, auctions, price comparison, product reviews and more. These applications were previously listed in the App Store’s… Read More

  • Walgreens Becomes First Retailer To Integrate Its Loyalty Program With Apple Pay

    Drug store chain Walgreens announced this morning its loyalty program will now be available through Apple Pay – making it the first U.S. retailer to integrate their customer rewards platform with Apple’s mobile payments service. The added support will allow the chain’s over 85 million Balance Rewards members the ability to use Apple Pay at checkout using either their iPhone… Read More

  • Apple Adds A “Top Charts” Section To The Apple TV App Store

    Apple has now rolled out a “Top Charts” section on the Apple TV App Store, following the release of the company’s revamped streaming media player which went on sale last week. The TV App Store had only hundreds of titles at the time of launch, but that grew to over 1,000 during the weekend, according to independent third-party reports. However, developers were disappointed… Read More

  • Apple TV App Store Tops 1,000 Apps: Games And Video Apps Dominate, But Discovery Is A Challenge

    Developers have been digging into the Apple TV App Store data in the absence of category listings and a Top Charts section on Apple’s newly launched version of its media player device, which now, for the first time ever, has opened up to third-party applications. Apple had “hundreds” of applications live at the time of the TV App Store’s launch, though apparently not… Read More

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    Testing tweet alignment

    These tweets were embedded before the change was deployed: If Facebook paid people for content, it could make sure the pipes stayed full — TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) May 29, 2015 Also: [tweet] When the change deploys I’ll embed another one to demonstrate the change. Millennials Are Destroying Banks… Read More

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  • Testing Updated Async Task

    Testing Updated Async Task

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  • Paste and fire!

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  • ROAR! Apple Puts Out The Call For Devs To Submit OS X Lion Apps

    A Lion is quickly approaching. OS X Lion — aka OS X 10.7. Some are saying it will hit this week. Other signs point to next week. Either way, it’s coming very soon. How do we know? Apple has just put out a call to developers asking them to submit their OS X Lion apps for the Mac App Store. The email message (pasted above) notes: OS X Lion, the eighth major release of the… Read More