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Sunday January 22, 2017. 08:46 PM
After watching an episode about the Apple Support App I attempted to download it fro the App Store but it did not come up in the results. Does this mean it is not currently available in the UK? —– Lee
AppleInsider delves into the newly re-written Terminology app, which provides definitions for words highlighted within other apps.
Cool Stuff Found today contains lots of things you suggested after listening to recent shows, including tools to help your Mac sleep, help you manage your keyboard shortcuts and macros, privately sync your notes, auto-file your Mail, and free backup storage! Then its on...
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Backing up your data to prevent loss in the case of digital disaster couldn't be much easier, but there are choices to make, and things you should to to guarantee safety. AppleInsider looks at some of your options, and helps you choose.
Researchers have discovered that simple 'chemically active' droplets grow to the size of cells and spontaneously divide, suggesting they might have evolved into the first living cells. The post How Did Life Begin? Dividing Droplets Could Hold the Answer appeared first on...
Opinion: The Pacific Institute's Peter Gleick explains why the rain in California won't solve the state's water problems. The post A Wet Year Won't Beat California's Never-Ending Drought appeared first on WIRED.
See what the top end of the watch market looks like. Coverage from SIHH, courtesy of WIRED and Hodinkee. The post 7 Zany Timepieces From the World's Most Exclusive Watch Show appeared first on WIRED.
TunesKit time-limited New Year sale is coming to an end soon. Customers looking for the biggest discounts on DRM removal solutions, should take their chance now. During the promotion period of TunesKit New Year special offer, users are able to enjoy super discounts on all...
The geekiest Twitterati are taking White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to task for his news conference today. The post Trump’s Flack Said a Lot of Wrong Stuff. Nerds Ain’t Having It appeared first on WIRED.
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It was a protest as sprawling, diverse, and ubiquitous as the platform that spawned it. The post The Women’s March Defines Protest in the Facebook Age appeared first on WIRED.
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Apple is developing advanced biometric security technologies, including facial recognition and optical fingerprint sensing designs, to replace the vaunted Touch ID module implemented in all iPhones and iPads since the release of iPhone 5s.
Saturday January 21, 2017. 10:30 PM
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga has paid a visit to the Apple Yokohama City Tsunamshima artificial intelligence development site, now confirmed by the official to open in March.
Responding to some of the harsh claims in Apple's more than $1 billion lawsuit, chipmaker Qualcomm has issued a statement of its own saying the allegations are "baseless" and accusing Apple of provoking "regulatory attacks" in the U.S. and South Korea.
Apple is expected to replace current 3D Touch technology with a new design based on thin film sensors when it introduces a next-generation iPhone with OLED display, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
ualcomm has issued the following press release regarding Apple's $1 billion lawsuit alleging...
I have MacBook Pro 15″,MacOSSierra Version 10.12.2, 2.53 GHz, 4GB memory. My computer was purchased in 2010 and I love it but cannot get rid of the rolling coloured ball and it is unbearably slow. I do believe I have installed programs like anti virus that I do not need and...
The YETI Hopper 20 ice-for-days portable cooler and is tough as nails so it can be hauled anywhere you want to take it. It features a DryHide Shell and nearly indestructible straps will stand up to an abundance of abuse in the field. It's HydroLok Zipper is completely...
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