JustCause: I'm not seeing the behavior you described. TextEdit is acting as expected for me.
KoderKev. The Particle Debris column is typically two pages. On the first page, I editorialize about something that was of particular interest to me the previous week. On page #2 (do you see it?), I collect and comment on other news items that didn't make the TMO headlines. Again, page 2 is an editorial opinion. That's were I mentioned Marriott. It was relevant because of the Wi-Fi hotspot feature of iOS 8. A description of how Particle Debris works is at the bottom of page 2. Does that clear things up?
vpndev: When I wrote that, I was thinking of Microsoft's very early support for the Mac in the 80s, decades of commitment to MS Office on Macs, support for virtualization of Windows on OS X, and culminating in the recent release of MS Office for iPad.
whisper: I added a note in the article just to be official.
whisper: Yes you can!
Mr. Gilmore: Oh, now that's cool. Looks like a review worthy product.
Paul, Apple doesn't ship a weather app with the iPad. That's why I specified "iPhone" in the title.
furbies. As stated, Apple gets 0.15 percent.
Reader McElroy is correct. Working from memory, I got the two reversed.
looper: I would have linked to an Apple announcement, but is was done very quietly, and there was nothing from Apple to link to. It just disappeared from the Apple store.