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Friday January 18, 2019. 12:00 PM
Apple’s not a company that’s ever been afraid to kill off its products. At the height of the iPod mini’s popularity, Steve Jobs famously axed it in order to introduce the iPod nano. The underperforming iPod Hi-Fi got the hook, and in recent years we’ve said goodbye...
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Audiophiles still love listening to music on disc, but this high-end SACD player can also stream tunes from any source on your network—including the internet.
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Audiophiles still love listening to music on disc, but this high-end SACD player can also stream tunes from any source on your network—including the internet.
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With just three outlets and a $60 price tag, this one is a tough sell.
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Apple’s not a company that’s ever been afraid to kill off its products. At the height of the iPod mini’s popularity, Steve Jobs famously axed it in order to introduce the iPod nano. The underperforming iPod Hi-Fi got the hook, and in recent years we’ve said goodbye...
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New data from Juniper Research reveals that wearables, including health trackers and remote patient monitoring devices, are set to become “must haves”in delivering healthcare, with $20 billion forecast to be spent annually on these devices by 2023.  Meanwhile,...
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Ecleti (www.ecleti.com) has updated TS Calc, its Mac app for solving mathematical models, to version 1.7. TS Calc solves the equations from a numerical point of view as-you-type. You enter the input values inside the table and the output is instantly calculated. Version 1.7 ...
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One of the biggest ad data brokers has come out in support of Apple CEO Tim Cook's call for federal privacy legislation to regulate the collection and use of personal data in the United States. In a statement Thursday evening provided to Business Insider, data broker...
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Ergonis Software has rolled out KeyCue 9.2, an update of their keyboard shortcut cheat sheet for macOS. The new version enhances the emoji feature of KeyCue 9 and is now also notarized by Apple.  This means that the software has been uploaded to Apple before distribution,...
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Responding to Apple CEO Tim Cook's crusade for strict data privacy regulations in the U.S., Acxiom, a premiere data broker, said it supports a unified set of laws governing data sharing practices while at the same time denying it is part of a so-called "shadow economy."
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I want to turn in my mid-2012 Macbook to Apple and buy a new Macbook, applying whatever credit Apple gives me for the old MB toward the cost of the new MB. In the past I’ve simply hooked up the two computers and used Migration Assistant. And, of course, I have Time Machine...
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I like the look of having all filename extensions hidden on my files. I have my folder setup to separate files by their type so I don’t need to see what each one is because they are already grouped that way. I already know that you can go to the finder settings and uncheck...
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“Remember the Motorola Razr from the early 2000s? Motorola’s super-thin, metallic flip phone that was the ‘it’ phone before the iPhone and Galaxy started a smartphone revolution,” Eli Blumenthal reports for USA TODAY. “Well, if a new report is to be believed, it will soon be...
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1999: iMac iMproved - 2000: Mac shopping at CompUSA - PC to Mac and back and back - 2001: Buying a PowerBook G4 - Wacom Graphire - 2002: Should Apple port OS X to Intel? - 2006: One bad apple spoils things for everyone - 2007: iPhone and Apple TV miss the mark - Setting up a ...
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An unconfirmed rumor shared on Chinese microblogging network Sina Weibo earlier this month claims Apple's next iPhone will boast a few key component upgrades like a 3x telephoto lens and massively upgraded 4,000 mAh battery with 15-watt wireless fast charging.
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Earlier this month, Weibo user C Technology (via Wccftech) shared some alleged details about the upcoming successor to the iPhone XS Max, which may or may not be accurate. The next iPhone XS Max has been pegged as the 2019 iPhone that will feature a triple-lens camera in...
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Nidec, a Japanese company that supplies vibratory motor parts for products like Apple's iPhone, is revising down 2019 sales forecasts due to what its chairman characterizes as an "extraordinary" decline in Chinese demand.
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Jeff Porten’s visit to the CES Home and Health show floor included a smart mailbox for your deliveries, a battery accessible to the blind, a smartwatch you never charge, and news of an embarrassing moment for the CTA.
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As promised, Apple on Friday kicked off sales of HomePod in China and Hong Kong, bringing the Siri-infused speaker to customers in the region nearly a year after the device launched in 2018.
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OmniFocus, the power user tool of choice for Mac task management, has reached version 3 on the Mac, the iOS version has caught up in features, and a Web version is in beta. Jeff Porten discusses task management in general, what’s new and great in OmniFocus, and where the...
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