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Thursday February 23, 2017. 03:35 PM
Possibly reversing recent trends in law enforcement, a U.S. federal court in Illinois has ruled that warrants can't be used to demand broad fingerprint unlocks for all of the devices in a building, such as Apple iPhones.
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The mobile industry is buzzing about this next generation of high-speed wireless service. The post What Is 5G, and When Do I Get It? appeared first on WIRED.
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The FCC is opening up the 5 GHz spectrum band to unlicensed LTE use in a move that will boost...
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Melissa Holt’s Quick Tip for today is about using the title bar within different applications—Mail, Finder, and Pages, for example—to find out the hierarchical locations of files and folders. Need a trail of breadcrumbs to show where your stuff lives? She’s gonna tell...
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Boston based Yuemey, Inc. today announces Yuemey 1.9, an update to their popular social networking app for iOS devices. Offering unique and intuitive features, Yuemey is a network where Millennials can manage their professional identities and access other professionals,...
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DssW, the leading developer of Mac energy saving software, today announced the release of Power Manager 4.6 for Mac. Power Manager enables users to create sophisticated energy saving schedules and to automate complex tasks. Power Manager can power on a Mac, run a series of...
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Silicon Studio Corporation has announced the commercial release of its Xenko game engine ( an open source engine designed for development teams of all size, from indies working on mobile games to full studios working on AAA virtual reality titles. The engine will be on...
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Check out the BK SPORT Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones. Their wireless, but they connect to each other via a cable that keeps them together. They feature a talk time of 5 hours and music playback time of 4.5 hours. They charge in 2 hours and can be in standby mode for up to 150...
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New software that sees spots and stripes are helping biologists track animals in the wild without the tranquilizer guns and radio collars. The post What, You Can’t Tell Two Lemurs Apart? Computers Can appeared first on WIRED.
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IDG The SoundSource menu provides access to nearly all sound settings in one place and at a glance. Shaving off annoyances in macOS is always worth a few bucks, and if you manipulate audio sources and volumes frequently, it should be worth $10. Rogue Amoeba’s...
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Today in iLounge Deals, you can pick up the iOS 10 & Swift 3 Starter Bundle for only $45 — that’s 93% off the regular price. Including over 82 hours of material to get you coding for the newest Apple technology, this bundle incorporates The Complete iOS 10 Developer...
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B-Eng has introduced Password Manager, a free new password managing tool for macOS. It lets your organize passwords in groups with individual lists for each group, the creation of templates for both groups and entries and protection with either master password or fingerprint ...
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Belkin's $35 smart plug works with any regular wall socket, adding Wi-Fi capability and app control to any appliance in your home. The post Review: Belkin Wemo Mini Smart Plug appeared first on WIRED.
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Apple’s upcoming corporate headquarters, long dubbed “Spaceship Campus 2” (which was awesome), has been renamed “Apple Park” and will open its doors in April, though the migration of more than 12,000 workers will take over six months to complete. The facility is not yet...
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NIST has been warning about vulnerabilities in its SHA-1 cryptographic hash function for years, but some services still use it and the threats are growing. The post A Super-Common Crypto Tool Turns Out to Be Super-Insecure appeared first on WIRED.
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Apple Pay might just wind up on top. A few years ago, when the technology was first introduced, it seemed like a vague idea. Today, according to new survey data released by Boston Retail Partners, Apple Pay is not only booming, it’s the mobile payments standard, surpassing...
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You can build an anemometer with an electric motor and a fan blade. Here's how. The post Forget Weather Apps: Measure the Wind Yourself With an Old Electric Motor appeared first on WIRED.
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A photographer combines his love of space and the UK in one remarkable project. The post A Look Inside Britain's Plucky (and Criminally Overlooked) Space Program appeared first on WIRED.
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A new Universal Accessory Connector standard is set to appear on MFi peripherals, but what actually is it? And what advantages does it offer consumers? We investigate rumours of UAC on Apple products
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