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Thursday June 20, 2019. 07:21 PM
Apple announced that users excited about a new Mac Pro could see how it would look in their office via an AR tool – Charlotte tested it out.
Apple will continue to lead the field in smartwatches, with new research indicating it will have over a quarter of the market in 2023.
Apple announced a voluntary 15-inch MacBook Pro recall due to overheating batteries that pose a safety risk.
Later this year, organization GLSEN will award Tim Cook with the Champion Award for his efforts in fighting for LGBT rights and equality.
Apple warned that President Trump’s proposed trade tariffs would hit many of its products and ’tilt the playing field’ in favor of others.
Niantic has decided to surprise us. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is available to download now, with the original launch date being tomorrow, June 21. I’ve spent a couple of minutes playing and reached level 2. Certain aspects of the game are slow, like UI-wise, like when...
Controversial UK rules designed to stop under 18s accessing porn have been delayed for a third time following a Government error.
Adobe Lightroom is back in the Mac App Store, and it requires a subscription of US$9.99/month after a one-week trial.
If you buy a used Nest Cam, the previous owner could have access to it. The Wirecutter discovered a way a previous owner can view the images, via the Wink hub. It is unclear if the issue applies to other products. Oh, and there is currently no way to fix it. If you buy and...
The U.S. government is investigating YouTube for allegedly violating children’s privacy. The complaints contended that YouTube, which is owned by Google, failed to protect kids who used the streaming-video service and improperly collected their data in violation of the...
There has been much excitement, discussion, and concern regarding Facebook’s forthcoming cryptocurrency, Libra. Wired told the story of Chainspace, the little-known London startup that made it possible. One of the key moments in Facebook’s march towards the creation of...
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr dig deep into the possibilities—for good and ill (mostly ill)—of Facebook’s new Libra cryptocurrency. They cover how it work, why Facebook went the cryptocurrency route, and what Facebook has to gain from the project. Spoiler, the answer is...
Mel Magazine writes: A generation raised on mp3s and Spotify are collecting [CD] discs like vinyl — but for reasons that have almost nothing to do with the music. Did you throw all yours away?
Wednesday June 19, 2019. 11:50 PM
Disney+ won’t launch until November 12, but it’s already putting strategic pressure on Apple TV+. Apple has found itself in a bind.
The Apple Card testing program has now expanded to include Apple’s retail employees. Although they can’t talk about the card but they can use it publicly to make purchases. Many of the rank-and-file employees have already applied. The digital version via Apple Pay on the ...
Serif, the creators of Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo, have today launched Affinity Publisher. It will let people create designs for magazines, books, brochures, posters, reports, stationary, and more. Affinity is planning to release the new Publisher app for iPad in...
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont for a chat about John’s 4K Blu-ray player decisions, and the Openly Operated service.
Similar to how Apple let people remove built-in iOS apps with iOS 10, Apple will let people delete built-in watch apps with watchOS 6.
A new Sprint BYOD deal offers customers unlimited wireless for US$25/month if you bring your own iPhone or Android phone.
Apple became the fourth biggest gaming company in the world in 2018, a new report picked up by Cult of Mac said. In total, it earned around $9.453 billion from games during 2018. This is all before the launch of Apple Arcade, which is set to arrive soon. It is ranked...
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