eXceem - I Got My Free Item
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eXceem - I Got My Free Item!
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• £85 Bank Transfer From FJ
Received this today, great service once again from the Freebiejeebies team :)
• £34 PayPal Transfer
Once again a faultless transaction from Richard and Alex, just cleaned up my account for now - will probably start using FJ Rewards now :) Thank you again
• £34 Amazon vouchers
Many thanks Richard and Alex for very prompt, and personal service!!! £34 Amazon vouchers exchanged for 2 greens!
• Custom Order - Xpango
Hi, Just want to boast about my CO from Xpango! Took about 21 days to verify but everything went through smoothly. 2 packages were waiting for me when I got back home today :) They contained; A 32GB Kingston Wireless Drive A ANKER 9 Port USB Hub And A USB fan.
• Moto G from Xpango!!
:)))) I'm soooooooooooooooo happy to say that I got my first gift :)) The Moto G is in my hands and I LOVE IT!!! :))) THANKS XPANGO!:))
Apple - Hot News
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• iTunes Festival SXSW Runs March 11-15
The iTunes Festival SXSW kicks off Tuesday in Austin, Texas, with performances by Coldplay and Imagine Dragons. The Festival runs through Saturday and also features Pitbull, Keith Urban, Kendrick Lamar, Soundgarden, Willie Nelson, and more. Catch all five nights of the iTunes Festival for free as a live or on-demand stream in the iTunes Store on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. Watch the performances on Apple TV or download the iTunes Festival app. And gear up for the shows by listening to the iTunes Festival at SXSW Artists station on iTunes Radio.
• CNN: Can Apple Help Make Hearing Aids Cool?
Apple and Danish company GN ReSound have teamed up to introduce a hearing aid that?s compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, reports CNN.com. The LiNX hearing aid works with the accessibility options in iOS 7, letting users control it right from their Apple device. Doctors are hoping the high-tech factor will take some of the stigma out of seeking help for hearing loss. ?The association with Apple is going to make a great difference in getting people in the door in the first place,? audiologist Dr. Ken Smith says.
• iPad Elevates Mountain Expeditions
In exploring some of the world?s tallest and most treacherous peaks, one new piece of equipment has become essential to mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington: their iPad. Instead of relying on paper maps to prepare for their expeditions, they study details of remote regions using iPad and the Gaia GPS topography app. ?Five years ago, it was hard to even get a paper map of some of these places,? Ballinger says. ?Now with the iPad it?s remarkable how much we can plan ahead.? The climbers also use iPad to blog and post photos during an expedition instead of recounting their story when the trek is over. And iPad is an important tool during extreme weather, as Ballinger and Harrington rely on it to make sure they stay on track. ?In a whiteout,? says Harrington, ?being able to see where you are on the mountain can be a matter of life or death. iPad is the only way to tell where we?re going.?
• Apple?s Oppenheimer to Retire at End of September
Apple today announced that Peter Oppenheimer, Apple?s senior vice president and CFO, will retire at the end of September. Luca Maestri, Apple?s vice president of Finance and corporate controller, will succeed Oppenheimer as CFO reporting to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Oppenheimer will transition the CFO role to Maestri in June and the balance of his responsibilities over the remaining time allowing for a seamless transition. ?Peter has served as our CFO for the past decade as Apple?s annual revenue grew from $8 billion to $171 billion and our global footprint expanded dramatically,? said Cook. ?His guidance, leadership and expertise have been instrumental to Apple?s success, not only as our CFO but also in many areas beyond finance, as he frequently took on additional activities to assist across the company. His contributions and integrity as our CFO create a new benchmark for public company CFOs.?
• Singapore School Finds New Ways to Educate With iPad
Educators at one of Singapore?s top public high schools have found that using iPad in the classroom is helping students excel and changing the way they interact with their lessons. In 2011, Nanyang Girls? High School launched a program to introduce iPad in the curriculum. The initiative began with a single grade level, but has since expanded to include the entire student body. ?The interactive features definitely appeal to and engage the students more,? says history teacher Ong Lee Hua. Students are speaking up more in class and participating more in online discussions. And teachers also say iPad helps the girls learn to navigate the collaborative world they?ll be working in. ?The collaborative element of using iPad is pretty relevant in today?s world,? according to language arts teacher Cressandra Tan. ?Not just relying on your own strengths, but the strengths of your group.?