An FAQ on Beeper’s website gives a more in-depth explanation of exactly what this trickery involves. If you’ve got an always-online Mac, then you can install the Beeper Mac app to act as a bridge, similar to the approach AirMessage uses. But things get really wild if you don’t have access to a Mac, at which point Beeper says it’ll literally send each of its users a “Jailbroken iPhone with the Beeper app installed” in order to act as a bridge. At this point we should probably mention that using Beeper involves paying a $10 a month subscription, which may or may not include the cost of the iPhone. … [Read more...] about Pebble founder promises iMessage on Android and Windows with universal chat app
The long-term questions about MagSafe are many, but right now I like it a lot more than I thought I would. But that doesn't mean I don't still want USB-C. I still hope Apple doesn't skip USB-C on the next iPhone. I'd prefer MagSafe be a doorway to an additional landscape of accessories, and hope that Apple stays far away from replacing that one port left on the iPhone. … [Read more...] about MagSafe on iPhone 12: I still want USB-C, but I was wrong about Apple’s magnetic charger
The cinematography by Jayesh Nair hits the right chord. Some of the shots of Tara battling a life-threatening attack or addressing an anticipated crowd after becoming the Chief Minister, are most convincing to witness. Talking about the editing, it could have been more refined but does not affect the pace of the film. … [Read more...] about Madam Chief Minister Review: Richa Chadha’s Fiery Act Is The Guiding Anchor In This One
“When I go into training this offseason, just kind of figure out what fits bests for me and then obviously when you get into March, you figure out where the team wants you as, what they see you as and what role they want you to play here or somewhere else,” Ogunjobi said, via Dan Labbe of cleveland.com. … [Read more...] about Larry Ogunjobi waiting to see what free agency will bring
This set the tone for the early seasons of the show, where the core cast of nine characters navigated as much bickering and bawdy theatrics as the 30-minute time frame would allow. But despite the drama, family remained at the core of the show. Each episode drilled down into the love the Kardashians had for one another — a premise in direct opposition to other reality shows in which women were traditionally pitted against each other. Far from the catfights of shows like Laguna Beach or The Hills, the Kardashians’ conflict was always lighthearted and easily resolved. And, in a show otherwise devoted to an already objectively wealthy family’s ascent to further fame, this dynamic was the most relatable element. As Kris so accurately predicted in her pitch for the show, it’s what kept viewers tuning in. … [Read more...] about The Kardashians Destroyed Their Own Show. Now Their Empire Is At Risk.