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Griffin Slimline Stylus for Touchsceen On Special Offer 

Griffin Slimline Stylus - It was £9.99 and is reduced to £7.29. This really is a great price for a good stylus. “Griffin’s Stylus is a balanced pointer with a soft rubber tip custom designed to mimic your finger. The omni-directional tip adapts to any writing style and doesn’t care whether you’re left-handed or right-handed. The stylus keeps your touchscreen free of fingerprints and smudges as it gives increased control over any touchscreen operation. It’s perfect for sketching, drawing, gaming and photography apps, or any use where you need a finer degree of control than your finger can offer. Our stylus includes an integrated clip that attaches to a pocket in your bag or a pencil loop inside your case. Ideal for most popular tablets including iPad, Samsung, HTC Compact, lightweight - 0.1 oz (3 g),compact design tucks easily into your folio or case One-piece built-in clip Enhanced control - precise drawing,writing and tapping input for any tablet computer with a capacitive touchscreen”. Deets after the jump

Google PR Exec on the Glass Explorers' "Living Laboratory"  

[From Mike S, NYC] Interesting editorial and answer. “Between Glass and now Android Wear, why is Google so excited about wearable technology? Dale: “For the first time in computing history, you have a piece of technology that is being designed for a person, rather than a screen.”” Read in full

Using FaceTime to stay in contact with friends

Something I like to do on a regular basis is to talk to my friends in both Brazil and New York using FaceTime. I find that the connection is much more reliable than Skype and it’s great being able to see my friends in real time and of course apart from the wifi connection it’s free.

Apple Dismisses Permanent Injunction against Devices in First Samsung Case 

[From Hans] A rather interesting outcome. “Apple recently filed a motion asking to dismiss its cross-appeal of Judge Lucy Koh’s final judgment in the patent trial against Korean-based company, Samsung. What does this mean exactly? It means that the Cupertino California company will no longer be looking for a product ban in this particular case.” Read in full

Apple leaker predicts December launch for iWatch, iPhablet  

image [From Stephen Trew] Rumour time. Will Apple have an iWatch for Christmas? The race is on. “Production issues continue to plague the 5.5-inch iPhablet, and while the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is on target to launch in September, Apple may have just decided to pair the launch of its first wearable alongside its first foray into phablets, says one of Weibo’s top Apple leakers.” Read in full.

New Android 'Fake ID' flaw empowers stealthy new class of super-malware 

[From Thomas JK] Be aware. “A new Android design error discovered by Bluebox Security allows malicious apps to grab extensive control over a user’s device without asking for any special permissions at installation. The problem affects virtually all Android phones sold since 2010.” Read in full.

Why Apple is poised to own the Internet of Things  

[From Thomas JK] I have never heard of the “Internet of Things” before. “Thanks to cheap smart sensors, Moore’s law miniaturisation and the ubiquity of Wi-Fi, the so-called Internet of Things is tipped to become tech’s next revolutionary wave. And Apple’s set to own it — not by rushing out Internet-connected refrigerators or toasters, but by using its HomeKit framework for connected devices to streamline the Internet of Things experience for other companies. Instead of picking one or two areas to work in, Apple wants to be the glue that connects all these different products and the data they collect.” Read in full.

Payroll professional uses iPad

 [From Helen Carmel] Hi Sammy I am a payroll professional so I use my iPad to work out the wages for staff and calculate and submit these monthly. It’s handy because I am not tied to the computer network to do it, I can calculate the wages wherever I am thanks to my iPad.

My favourite podcast is available for your listening pleasure - TechTalk 

My favourite podcast is available for your listening pleasure - TechTalk. “In Show 77 we discuss why Kev is sticking with the iPhone for the foreseeable future, Nick has been using his MotoG 4G as his main device and wonders why he would ever need more from an Android Handset, and Kev has been continuing his search to find the perfect camera for his use case and testing out connected storage. Finally Kev brings us up to date with the changes he is making to PSC Forum.” Listen after the jump.


[From Hans] If you have a jailbroken iPhone the this may well become a useful jailbreak. “Last, but not least on our list, is Scrub Radio. This jailbreak tweak improves on Apple’s iTunes Radio feature in the Music application in iOS 7. With it, you’ll be able to scrub through playing music, have an unlimited number of song skips, and even increases the loading speed of songs as you play through them. It makes the music playback feel more like a playlist and less like a radio.” Read in full.

Hilton hotels to let you use your iPhone as your hotel key from next year 

[From Thomas JK] This is innovation. “Queuing up at a hotel check-in desk is often the last thing you want to do after a long flight. Starting next year, you’ll be able to bypass the front desk altogether in Hilton hotels, your iPhone serving as as your hotel room key.”

Apple has paid out over $20 billion to developers thus far 

[From Thomas JK] Big bucks to developers. “Apple’s earnings conference call last week gave Tim Cook and newly minted CFO Luca Maestri the opportunity to provide us with more details regarding all facets of the company’s business. One of the more interesting tidbits to emerge during the call is the fact that developers on the App Store have cumulatively earned over $20 billion in revenue.” Read in full.

image [From Stephen Trew & Thomas JK]  This advert made me laugh.

iPhone 6 NFC tipped plus high-speed WiFi 

[From Thomas JK] Fast wifi coming in the new iPhone 6? “According to Nowhereelse’s insider, not only is this board a PCB from the iPhone 6, but the handset will include NFC and WiFi 802.11ac support. Now, it’s worth noting that the chips on the board itself don’t actually confirm that, so we only have the leaker’s word on that, though NFC isn’t a new rumour for the device.”

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