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"""... Custom Keyboards for iOS were a huge surprise at WWDC: Apple's always taken a lot of pride in the software keyboard they designed for the original iPhone, and the tech press and developer community assumed Apple would never allow third-party keyboards to replace the Apple-made one on iPhones and iPads. That's going to change on iOS 8 -- with limits.

The primary concern with allowing a third-party developer to control and monitor typing with a software keyboard is that keystrokes (and thus a user's private information) may be stored somewhere in the originating app and possibly transmitted to a cloud service. With iOS 8, Apple is taking a series of precautions to ensure that custom keyboard extensions will only get the bare minimum of keystroke information unless a user consents to sharing more.

Custom keyboards won't be able to type into secure text input fields -- the ones where characters are replaced by dots that are used to conceal passwords. When tapping those fields, iOS 8 will switch to the default Apple keyboard. Custom keyboards are installed by downloading apps from the App Store (just like any other extension), which means that companies like Fleksy and SwiftKey that already have dedicated iOS apps will be able to simply update them to include a system-wide keyboard extension. To get approved, custom keyboards will have to include a way (for instance, a button) to switch to another keyboard available to the user, similarly to how Apple features a globe key to move across multiple system keyboards.

As for user privacy, custom keyboards will run with network access set to off by default; in this way, unless a user consents to sharing keyboard data with a third-party network, custom keyboards won't be able to transmit keystrokes to any service. Developers will have to rely on local processing for predictive suggestions and other typing enhancements, as the cloud won't be able to aid them. There's no doubt that Apple is making the right call with the default setting, and I hope that developers of custom keyboards will strive for utility and rich functionality without always requiring network access. ..."""

http://www.macstories.net/stories/ios-8-extensions-apples-plan-for-a-powerful-app-ecosystem/

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"""... On the upside, if your device has suddenly lost its charge, you'll be able to leave your hardware with British Airways staff for safe keeping until you return. ..."""

makes a lot of sense: "if it doesn't turn on, might be a dangerous device, so we'll keep it for you"

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Casos jurídicos encapados com a pele de assassinos. Livro erótico feito com a derme de seios. Autobiografia de ladrão encadernada com a pele do próprio autor e ofertada para uma de suas vítimas. Esses e outros caprichos editoriais no link abaixo.

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"""... "Acho que uma das razões pelas quais as barbas voltaram a conquistar o público masculino é que vivemos tempos difíceis".
"Como não está fácil arranjar trabalho, os homens, sobretudo os mais jovens, estão dedicando um tempo maior à aparência, pois isso pode ser um divisor de águas durante a contratação. Nesse sentido, alguns aspectos da masculinidade tendem a ser sobressaltados", presume o especialista.
"Depois do crash da Bolsa de Nova York na década de 20, há uma evidência circunstancial de que as barbas voltaram com força", diz. ..."""
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