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Tuesday April 23, 2019. 06:04 PM
Speaking at Time Magazine's first-ever Time 100 Summit on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed a variety of topics, most notably saying he wished the company's encryption battle with the U.S. Department of Justice had gone to court.
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“Apple doesn’t necessarily need to use a streaming service to create revenue,” Daniel B. Kline writes for The Motley Fool. “It needs one to make upgrading your iPhone more attractive.” “Apple hasn’t revealed many details of its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming video service,”...
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A New York teen sued Apple, saying its facial recognition in a store led to his false arrest. But Apple says it doesn’t use that tech.
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Apple could include the ability to use a mouse or trackpad within iOS 13, a report suggests, which beyond accessibility could enable the iPad or iPad Pro to more directly compete with notebooks and other devices that could be used as a complete computer replacement.
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“JCPenney quietly ditched Apple Pay this month,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. “The retailer now claims the move was necessitated by the April 13, 2019 deadline in the U.S. for supporting EMV contactless chip functionality,” Perez reports. “As of this date, all...
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Whether you're looking for a portable USB-C drive to travel with your MacBook Pro, or you need a significant amount of space to run alongside your iMac 5K, Amazon's flash storage sale offers discounts of up to 60% off models from SanDisk and Western Digital. Apple Watch...
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The 2019 version of the 27in iMac brings more powerful Intel processors - including a 9th generation 8-core option - and improved AMD graphics. Here's our full review.
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The company is no longer in the business of Prestige TV—at least, not single-mindedly. What happens when a platform becomes an industry?
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Sprint and At&T have settled their legal dispute. Sprint sued its rival, accusing AT&T of being “deliberately misleading” in putting a 5G E logo on devices. The legal wrangling may be over, but 9to5Mac points out that not much will change for consumers. The 5G E logo will...
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Tesla Founder Elon Musk told investors that he was “very confident” that self-driving “robotaxis” by his firm will be on the roads by 2020.
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Qualcomm's share price still has some space for growth following the surprise settlement with Apple, Morgan Stanley suggests, with the price potentially able to grow by another 15 percent due to both supplying Apple with modems and being a central figure in the creation of...
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“AT&T and Sprint have settled a lawsuit over AT&T’s ‘5G Evolution’ branding, which Sprint claimed was fooling customers into believing its 4G LTE network was a full-fledged 5G network,” Adi Robertson reports for The Verge. “‘We have amicably settled this matter,’ an AT&T...
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On the latest episode of the Connected podcast on Relay FM, MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci suggested that USB mouse support could eventually be coming to the iPad Pro as an accessibility feature. 'What I heard is without adapters, you will be able to use any ...
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In addition to delaying the launch of the phone, Samsung is now asking reviewers to return their Galaxy Fold samples, acknowledging that they were encountering numerous problems with its foldable OLED screen.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with former TIME managing editor Nancy Gibbs at the first-ever TIME 100 Summit in New York City today to discuss the need for regulation in the tech industry, privacy, education, health, and more. We've paraphrased some of Cook's comments from ...
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Remember Vine? The short-form video app was hugely popular until Twitter killed it and TikTok replaced it. Founder Don Hoffman is back though, with a new app called Byte. Techcrunch reported on the Vine reboot, which has begun closed-beta testing. It will be a long uphill...
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“A New York student sued Apple Inc. for $1 billion, claiming the company’s facial-recognition software falsely linked him to a series of thefts from Apple stores,” Bob Van Voris reports for Bloomberg. “Ousmane Bah, 18, said he was arrested at his home in New York in...
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Commander One is a dual file manager and it also acts like a Finder replacement application for macOS. Commander One is a free productivity focused file manager. This app is developed by Eltima Software and it also provides functions that default OS X file manager could not...
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When podcast app Luminary announced its subscription model and tweeted an image of a bunny with a sign saying “Podcasts don’t need ads,” it faced something of a backlash. The platform will exclusively host some original shows, but it will not have some very popular...
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Texas based developer, Magnin & Associates today introduces Gadget Creative Challenge 1.0, their new game for iOS, Android, and Windows PC. Create your own marble machine gadgets. Choose parts from a work bench that contains dozens of pipe sections and animated pieces....
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