CBS still doesn’t get it. And won’t until there is a change in management
CBS debuts All Access online service: http://cir.ca/s/tiFB
I was wondering how this was going to go down. Very tasteful for a not so nice situation to find yourself in.
Well, I was excited that the Jawbone up was on the Pebble Store, then this happened. I used to own a Jawbone Up (the actual wearable). Unfortunately the battery life wasn’t the best and I didn’t have the version with the wireless sync. I realized that I had developed a pattern, and the Jawbone Up wasn’t helping me improve upon that pattern. The Pebble has great battery life, sync’s wirelessly, and already goes onto my wrist everyday for other reasons besides health tracking. I like the Jawbone app and I want to use it as my first foray into Apple’s Healthkit.
I feel like Samsung had its time in the sun. Now the android platform is starting to unify around the very adequate stock android experience. Many of the new phones are highly spec’do and very affordable. Take the One Plus One or Nexus 5 as examples.
On the premium side, other companies are starting to do it better like Motorola with their Moto 360 wearable.
I seem to be the only person I’ve heard that doesn’t really seem to have a problem with the size of the 6+, or using it one handed. My guess is that this comes from my experience from using larger android phones and smaller android tablets. This phone definitely isn’t for everyone. I give you that. My mom has the smallest hands yet absolutely loves her 6+. She says it’s because she is so used to using her iPad for almost all of her computing needs.