At its iPad launch event today, Apple revealed that the latest edition of its iPad Air will be available in three colors -- space gray, silver, and now gold. The original iPad Air had been available in just space gray and silver. But gold has been one of the choices for the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Specifically, consumers will be able to choose an iPad Air 2 that has a gold or silver back with a white front faceplate or a version that has a space gray back with a black faceplate. The new iPad Air will sell at $499 for the 16GB version, $599 for the 64GB version, and $699 for the 128GB version.
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Broadcasts were not without their problems: the demonstration unit CNET Australia observed had some trouble locking in a signal from a cafÃƒÂ© in inner-city Richmond, approximately 4km from the transmitter. Rob Spaits, senior emerging technology specialist with Telstra and the man behind the current trial, attributes this to the tight power level restrictions placed on the current trial, and says a properly amped-up broadcast signal would have blanketed much of the city and suburbs with up to around 14 video channels.
Amid widespread speculation that ISPs might follow America Online iphone case heavy duty in raising their rates forunlimited Internet access, a major AOL rival has come out swinging today againstthe Internet service giant and in defense of the pricing status quo, Prodigy Internet, a leading onlineservice that trails AOL and MicrosoftNetwork, announced that it is sticking with its current feeschedule, which includes both a $19.95 monthly rate for unlimited accessand a $189 yearly fee that comes out to $15.75 per month..
To me, it's not necessarily the third-parties I'd be concerned about, but would disclosing your location to first-parties, i.e. your friends and family, be the best thing? We are all entitled to privacy of course. (Well, penumbras of privacy under the Constitution). Some choose to have Dick Cheney-like undisclosed location privacy, while others have Martha Stewart ankle-tracker privacy. But, balancing privacy requires takes a certain amount of prudence (or sanity perhaps) that will evolve as the line between public and private blurs even more. At least, at this point, Loopt allows you to opt out and only updates your location when the application is launched. What happens then you can't opt out any more? That'll throw all of us for a loop. (Sorry for the pun).