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This sounds like the Google Now feature. If you have chrome installed and running, you can click the alarm-bell-like icon in your menu bar to configure it. From Google's support page: How Google Now works in Chrome If you use Google Now on your mobile device, you can see certain Now cards on your desktop computer if you're signed into Chrome, ...
sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.apsd.plist this will completely stop apsd as your background service. Similar in linux, for those process that are running in /etc/inittab
Settings App -> Notification Center -> Messages -> Repeat Alerts change that to "never." :-) Let me know if that helped...
As for the current version of iOS (7). No, there is not. Apple only offers the Do Not Disturb feature and the settings for notification center which are currently not controllable by Siri.
The headphone port consists of small metal ridges which come in contact with the lines on the connector portion of the headphones. If these are pushed in it may not be able to emit sound without headphones because it believes headphones are plugged in. Likewise, if the logic board believes these are plugged in no sound will be emitted without headphones ...
This is an old question, but just in case someone stumbles on it and is specifically worried about the privacy implications of Notification Center, the answer is YES, OS X does keep a log of notifications on disk. The format is an sqlite database, and it can be found inside this folder: ~/Library/Application Support/NotificationCenter Inside you'll find ...
I had the same issue on Mavericks, maybe because of the upgrade from Mountain Lion to Mavericks. I solved this issue through deleting my Facebook Account from the internet accounts under Settings, restarting and then adding the Facebook account again.
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