Lost In Mobile

Shaun McGill

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Lost In Mobile is the continuation of PDA-247 which, under various names, provided news, reviews and commentary on the mobile world for 10 years.

I have been writing about the mobile industry, mobile products, apps and everything else in between and beyond for more than 10 years, and currently write freelance for Imagine Publishing and also undertake one-off projects upon request.

I welcome your comments and thoughts and if you want to get in touch, please do so via the email address or phone number above.

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Shaun McGill

Moving everything to Dropbox

Just reading your pain of upgrading article. I'd you think that's bad, try opening Numbers or Pages document saved on iCloud from your iPhone and than going to open same document to work from your MacBook or iMac.. It's messed up all my documents as you can not sync your documents until all devices are upgraded to OS X Yosemite.. So now moving everything to Dropbox.

The above was a message I received in WhatsApp yesterday. I too am using Dropbox for all of my online storage. Apple has a long way to go to get my trust back in it's cloud setup.

"That's kind of our job to stir things up a bit isn't it?"

"That's kind of our job to stir things up a bit isn't it? That's why we wanted to be in a rock'n'roll band in the first place," U2 singer Bono has told Radio 2.
Well they've certainly done that after Apple put the band's latest album on every iTunes account to mark the launch of the iPhone 6.
Apple has now released a tool to remove Songs of Innocence after a backlash.
Although Bono says it's great so many people have checked them out.
Speaking to Jo Whiley on Radio 2, the frontman said: "I've just heard that 38 million people have listened to Songs of Innocence in the last seven days.
"If you're a songwriter, if you're in a band, that's kinda all you can ask for." More at the BBC.

He is such a (fill in the blank).