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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 11:32 PM
Richard Lloyd for IAM: In what looks set to become one of the highest profile patent sales in years, Intel has put its IP relating to cellular wireless connectivity on the auction block. The company is seeking to divest around 8,500 assets from its massive portfolio. The...
Brian Heater for TechCrunch: …As the iPad has matured, so too have customer expectations. In recent years, Apple’s happily positioned the product as a kind of laptop alternative for business and education. The push has been accelerated with the arrival of the iPad Pro and...
Tom Warren for The Verge: Apple is bringing Xbox and PlayStation 4 controller support to the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV this fall. It’s a big change from the select MFi Bluetooth controllers that were supported before, and it means you can now easily connect any PS4 or...
One of iOS 13’s most highly anticipated changes is also one of its simplest. The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system finally introduces a Dark Mode for your iPhone and iPad’s interface, much as last year’s macOS Mojave finally bought a Dark Mode to...
Fresh on the heels of the release of the public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina, Apple has updated both the iOS and macOS versions of its iWork apps:Keynote, Pages, and Numbers.Each app comes with its own bag of goodies, but each one now comes with better...
Dark patterns is a phrase used to refer to design practices companies use to manipulate you. The DETOUR Act wants to change that.
Roland Hutchinson for Geeky Gadgets: The first ever iPhone was released in 2008, since then Apple has released a total of 21 iPhones in the last 11 years. MacDailyNews Take: The first ever iPhone was released on June 29, 2007. We know because we braved the lines to get our ...
The 2019 Steam Summer Sale is one of the better ones in recent memory. Maybe Valve's feeling the heat from the Epic Games Store? Regardless, you win.
Jake Kanter for Business Insider: Facebook has launched its latest strike on Apple in a war of words that has dragged on for more than 15 months. This cold war continued on Monday when Nick Clegg, Facebook’s recently hired head of global affairs and one of CEO Mark...
Randy Krum created an infographic to visualize Apple product release patterns since 2007. He updated it for this year. This year I further broke apart all of the individual product lines so you can see their separate release patterns, or lack of any discernible pattern. Some ...
Apple released iWork 5.1 versions for Numbers, Keynote, and Pages for iOS. It includes text styles, face detection, an enhanced 128-bit calculation engine, and more.
Apple today released significant iWork updates for macOS and iOS: What’s new for Pages for Mac 8.1: • Style your text by filling it with gradients or images, or by applying new outline styles. • Create links from text to other pages in a page layout document. • Copy...
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss a new approach to fighting robocalls and Spotify’s complaint against Apple.
Security researchers have discovered a piece of Mac malware called OSX/Linker that can exploit a zero day vulnerability in macOS GateKeeper.
Corel has debuted Painter 2020, the latest version of its digital painting software for macOS and Windows.  According to the folks at Corel, it accelerates performance across virtually any system, while delivering a streamlined workflow, all-new brushes, enhanced color...
Mark Tyson for Hexus: Intel has been engaging with the community quite extensively in the run up to the Gen 11 graphics launch, and this marks a change in the last few months as the firm has got serious about graphics. A few hours ago Intel’s Lisa Pearce took to Twitter to...
If you have ever wondered whether or not you’re in the right in a given situation Reddit has the answer. Wired outlined how users on the Am I the Asshole subreddit will pass judgment on any issue. People go to r/AmItheAsshole for one thing: judgment. They submit scenarios...
Well thought-of advertising exec Nick Law is joining Apple, according to AdAge. He will join from Publicis Groupe in September. It is not known what role he will take at Apple Following yesterday’s Ad Age report that Publicis Groupe Chief Creative Officer Nick Law would...
Roland Moore-Colyerfor The Inquirer: There’s a rumour doing the rounds that Intel might decide to slash the prices of its Core processors to stick two fingers up at AMD ahead of its third-generation Ryzen launch. DigiTimes reports that Intel could shave 15 per cent off its...
Apple claims that Spotify only paid the so call ‘app tax’ on 0.5% of its paid subscribers, and has no paid any commission for three years.
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