“Find My Friends,” unlike the rather useful-after-a-night-of-drinking “Find My iPhone,” is a rather creepy app that’s been launched with iOS 5. Ideally meant to track whether your kids came home from school or paid a visit to the local weed dealer, it more broadly lets you send requests to your friends so that you can map where they are at all times. It's awkward any way you look at it.
Yet, one user may have justified spying with the app. A certain “ThomasMetz” told MacRumors he bought his wife a new iPhone 4S, loaded up the spy app, and tracked her movements. Suspicious of potentially infidelity, he received a text from his wife saying she was in the Meatpacking District in Manhattan. “Find My Friends” said she was in the Upper East Side. Oh snap!
Now, the husband plans to divorce. However, spying with the iPhone is legally in the grey, so it could ultimately work against him. No luck for that guy.
Shawn Blanc (via The Next Web) calculated yesterday morning that Apple is selling 16 iPhone 4Ss a second, or roughly 1,000 a minute. Blanc’s figuring comes after Apple announced yesterday morning that there were 4 million iPhone 4Ss sold its opening three-day weekend. Figures are also expected to expand as the iPhone 4S is introduced in 22 more countries on the 24th.
Reaching this milestone, Apple is on tract to pass Microsoft’s Kinect as the fastest selling consumer device of all time. Microsoft sold 8 million Kinects in the first 60 days, a number Apple could theoretically pass in the first two weeks.
Today, a customer brought her kids into the store where I work. I like to make people laugh so being my usual joking self I kidded "Why aren't those kids in school?". She didn't laugh when she said that their house burned down the night before and the kids had no clothes to wear to school. FML
Still frame from video showing incident at McDonald's on West 3rd St. in Greenwich Village...
so whos wrong, whos right? Micky D's cashier brawls with two women over $50
A young woman bludgeoned by an ex-con McDonald's cashier during an argument could have permanent brain damage, her angry mother said Monday.
Denise Darbeau, 24, has been hospitalized since Thursday's violent clash in Greenwich Village, and her prognosis is unclear.