Twitter acted in early May to restrict access by US law enforcement and security services to access its firehose of user app data. Twitter doesn’t provide this service directly, but rather through a private firm, Dataminr, in which it holds a 5% stake.
The BBC recently covered a story on how app data is being used to reveal global sleeping patterns. A team at the University of Michigan have been building Entrain since 2014 to help people overcome jetlag.
I’m proud to announce that our company, Reincubate, has scored another first: we’ve released iPhone Backup Extractor 6 with support for iOS 9 iCloud backups. Currently, even Apple don’t support accessing these.
I’ve spent some weeks now with some Apple Watch Sport models and with the classic Apple Watch. The Monday Note, as ever, managed to condense a lot of insight into their piece on the device, rounding up a number of other good articles.
We’ve taken the decision to sunset Video Converter and Recover Files, and to migrate some of their functionality to iPhone Backup Extractor over time. We’ll continue to support existing customers with these products, and our pre-existing refund promise is unaffected.