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Tuesday April 23, 2019. 10:46 PM
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Jack Dorsey and other Twitter executives will have a 30 minute meeting with President Trump about “The health of the public conversation on Twitter.” “As you know, I believe that conversation, not silence, bridges gaps and drives towards solutions,” Dorsey wrote....
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Apple is now serious about MacBook keyboard problems some people may have, and repairs at Apple Stores promise next-day turnaround. Most keyboard-related repairs will be required to be completed in store until further notice. Additional service parts have been shipped to...
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Rumor has it that Apple Pay Austria is supposed to launch tomorrow, although we’re not sure which banks will support it at launch.
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How about some wholesome news for once? Recently, botanists in Hawaii used a drone to find a flower they thought was extinct: Hibiscadelphus woodii. During the expedition that led to the rediscovery of H. woodii, Wood and Nyberg had hiked hundreds of feet down the Kalalau...
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Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to talk about JC Penney’s removing Apple Pay and Elon Musk’s vision for Tesla taxicabs.
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Apple has created a new Apple TV YouTube channel. You’ll see trailers for upcoming shows and movies, behind the scenes clips, and more.
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Nancy Gibbs interviewed Tim Cook at the Time 100 Summit today. Among the topics discussed were privacy, encryption, politics, and more.
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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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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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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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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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Having canceled media events and delayed the launch of the Galaxy Fold, Samsung is now recalling all samples of the smartphone.
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The Product Placement Blog compiled a list of all of the Apple product placements in movies, TV shows, and music videos. You will find here the most complete list on the web about brands seen in Hollywood movies, TV shows and official music videos, embedded marketing...
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A student sued Apple for $1 billion Monday, claiming he was falsely linked to series of Apple Store thefts by facial-recognition software.
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Monday April 22, 2019. 11:20 PM
The Verge writes about legal issues when an AI composes music. The word “human” does not appear at all in US copyright law, and there’s not much existing litigation around the word’s absence. This has created a giant gray area and left AI’s place in copyright...
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Michael Benson works at the intersection of art and science as both a writer and artist. His new book, Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece examines the four year long production of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Michael saw ...
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Messages posted by an unknown female Microsoft programmer in internal Yammer boards say that white and Asian men are being discriminated against. To be clear, I am referring to the fact that senior leadership is awarded more money if they discriminate against Asians and...
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This morning we heard that JCPenney quietly removed support for Apple Pay from its stores. Now we have a better idea why. The retailer now claims the move was necessitated by the April 13, 2019 deadline in the U.S. for supporting EMV contactless chip functionality. As of...
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