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Monday December 17, 2018. 12:41 PM
Got a new iPad (9.7in), iPad Pro (12.9in or 11in) or iPad mini? You'll be wanting to get it set up. Here's how to transfer apps, data, contacts and photos, and get started with your new tablet
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Steve Jobs was fascinated by the automobile manufacturing process masterminded by Henry Ford in Detroit. He was similarly taken with the Japan-based system implemented by Sony. Jobs tried to build a similarly successful domestic manufacturing system at both Apple and Next,...
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If you’re a developer, this is going to come in handy. Last Thursday, Apple released a new tool with which to track customer engagement in macOS Mojave via its newly-activated Mac App Store analytics in App Store Connect. The app, which was announced in a post on Apple’s...
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Family Tree DNA is the oldest consumer genetic geneaology company, and its age can show for the wrong reasons. But there are still some great features to consider. Read our review to learn more.
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Amid the ongoing legal kerfuffle between Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm, which has in turn led to the ban of some iPhone model sales in China, Apple looks to be moving to settle this with a software update. The legal issue, which concerns Apple suing Qualcomm over royalty...
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Alexa Routines creates lots of new possibilities for your Amazon Echo. Here's how to put them to use.
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Edifier's self-powered Bluetooth speakers also support just about every wired source you could want, both digital (optical, coax, and USB) and analog (dual stereo RCA).
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3D scanners don’t have to cost a fortune: As it turns out, you may already have one in your pocket. A new free app called Capture uses the TrueDepth sensors on X-series iPhones to make crude 3D models of small objects, which you can then plop into different settings...
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Alexa Routines creates lots of new possibilities for your Amazon Echo. Here's how to put them to use.
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Edifier's self-powered Bluetooth speakers also support just about every wired source you could want, both digital (optical, coax, and USB) and analog (dual stereo RCA).
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3D scanners don’t have to cost a fortune: As it turns out, you may already have one in your pocket. A new free app called Capture uses the TrueDepth sensors on X-series iPhones to make crude 3D models of small objects, which you can then plop into different settings...
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Counterintuitively, the best way to prolong the lifespans of these giant computers is to submerge them in water.
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The ad-driven, surveillance-happy status quo isn't just corrosive. It's avoidable.
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The headlines might blare “robots are coming for our jobs!” but what if the outlook for tomorrow is much more nuanced—much more human?
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“Outside: nothing left to eat, drink, or breathe. Inside: all the people, on top of an oozing, respirating clot of innards.”
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You probably know that ditching meat from your diet is healthier and better for the planet. But what if it were better for your wallet? Or schedule?
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“The Five Petals of Thought had saved Bridie from dying of despair, helped her make the world a better place. She was sticking to them.”
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What happens when Instagram glitches or Slack stalls? Spoiler: We don’t log off—we just scurry off to different (sometimes darker) corners of the web.
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“The Boy—the boy whose robot girlfriend Charlie was paid to pretend to be—lived eight time zones and more than 5,000 miles away in San Jose.”
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How I became my own data broker—and sold my digital soul in the process.
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