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iPacemaker

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To complement your iPhone, iPod etc. the iPacemaker allows you to synchronise yor heart rate to the music you're listening to, the game you're playing or the intensity of the conversation you're having.

Apps for the iPacemaker could be licensed by the producers of Viagra, for example.

TwizzCo (a direct competitior to MaxCo) is already developing apps to help the elderly save money by hibernating, or enable the user to play dead convincingly to avoid bear attacks or humour partners with necrophiliac tendencies.

Twizz, Dec 08 2010

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       //TwizzCo (a direct competitor to MaxCo)// You'll not have seen the buyout plans, then? Perhaps they didn't want to worry you.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 08 2010
  

       But then you'll only be allowed to use the heart beat rates that Apple want you to use. Exercising and need a higher rate? Bad luck...
neutrinos_shadow, Dec 08 2010
  

       Yeah, but it'll work out of the box.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 08 2010
  

       BorgCo have already Baked this. We shall sue TwizzCo for patent, copyright and trademark infringement, and if that doesn't work we know some very good lawyers who will come round and break all your windows.
8th of 7, Dec 08 2010
  

       <<You'll not have seen the buyout plans>>   

       If you read the small print, you'll notice MaxCo have bought TwizzCorp - a dead donkey used to hide crippling debts.   

       <<But then you'll only be allowed to use the heart beat rates that Apple want you to use. Exercising and need a higher rate?>>   

       Buy the App!!
Twizz, Dec 09 2010
  

       //break all your windows// I read that as "break all your widows"   

       "But our wives aren't wid... Oh. I see."
spidermother, Dec 09 2010
  

       Well, if it was baked by Microsoft or Amazon, your library of pulse rates could automagically disappear if you failed to keep up your subscription.
BunsenHoneydew, Dec 09 2010
  

       Hence the phrase, "Killer App" ?
8th of 7, Dec 09 2010
  

       The buyout plan isn't that big of news, with BungCo dominating the market an' all.
RayfordSteele, Dec 09 2010
  
      
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