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Friday February 22, 2019. 04:11 PM
Apple is continuing its attempts to get out of paying VirnetX $439 million after being declared to have infringed on the firm's patents, with the iPhone producer urging the federal court circuit to reconsider the verdict just weeks after the federal U.S. Court of Appeals...
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Instead of relying on Intel for manufacturing, Apple could better plan out its Mac roadmap for future product development. 
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A crash knocked 21 cars out of the Daytona 500. But good news: Everyone walked away, and the video makes for a cool physics problem.
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“Chipmakers are expected to showcase their new-generation chip solutions for AI and 5G applications at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade fair, with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) being their major foundry partner thanks to the competitiveness...
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Ecleti (www.ecleti.com) has announced Precise Screenshot 2.2.1 for macOS. It’s an update of the utility for taking screenshots from your Mac’s screen. Precise Screenshot can select a resizable portion of the screen with the usual drag method, it can use pre-fixed size...
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Syncro Soft has released version 21 of its industry-leading XML editing suite of products, Oxygen XML Editor, Author, Developer, Web Author, WebHelp, Oxygen PDF Chemistry, as well as version 1.1 of the new Oxygen Content Fusion collaboration platform. Version 21 brings new...
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IK Multimedia (www.ikmultimedia.com) has announced the availability of SampleTank 4, the next generation of the sound and groove workstation.  The new version boasts an expanded sample library (up to 8,000 sounds across 260 GB of samples) and a redesigned, scalable/zoomable ...
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Taiwan-based gaming company,YOPEY YOPEY LLC, launches Shmush: The Spinning, a new game from its popular Shmush series of games for iOS and Android. The color merge puzzle game comes with a unique spin feature that allows players to spin the board and let gravity rearrange...
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“Adobe has issued an update for Premiere Pro, its video editing suite, solving a glitch that in some cases destroyed the internal speakers of MacBook Pros,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider. “The update, 13.0.3, is being pushed out through Adobe’s Creative Cloud...
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How many hoops can a person hula? Marawa Ibrahim holds the record at 200—but when she's twirling a modest 100, her skill makes your head spin.
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Hyundai has made an excellent car, but that may not be enough to overcome the difficulties of driving on hydrogen.
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No host? That's a good thing. Here's how to tune in for the (fingers-crossed it's streamlined) ceremony.
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In my new course, I try to help you get the most from iCloud. Here is an excerpt from the first lesson which explains how cloud services work. The course then goes on to show you how to set up iCloud on Mac and iOS. Further videos explain each feature of iCloud such as...
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“A company connected to Apple has no intention of offloading a swath of land it’s recently acquired near Research Triangle Park,” Lauren Ohnesorge writes for Triangle Business Journal. “That’s as Apple – at least right now – has no immediate plans to build on the...
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Adobe has issued an update for Premiere Pro, its video editing suite, solving a glitch that in some cases destroyed the internal speakers of MacBook Pros.
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Facebook is shutting down its Onavo spyware VPN and associated “research” app. That is, if you believe anything Facebook says. To preempt any more scandals around Onavo and the Facebook Research app and avoid Google stepping in to forcibly block the apps, Facebook is now...
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This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the rumored 2019 iPhones, MacBook Pro, and modular Mac Pro. Victor also has a comment on Google's hidden microphone in the Nest Secure system.
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Oftentimes, new technologies can seem like solutions in search of problems. And while Apple isn’t above those kinds of moves, it also often finds itself ahead of the curve, pushing technologies with a lot of potential before the world at large is ready for them.Apple Pay...
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Oftentimes, new technologies can seem like solutions in search of problems. And while Apple isn’t above those kinds of moves, it also often finds itself ahead of the curve, pushing technologies with a lot of potential before the world at large is ready for them.Apple Pay...
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At least we still have Twitter.
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