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Friday December 7, 2018. 07:20 PM
Beddit, a sleep company acquired by Apple, is selling a new 3.5 version of its Beddit Sleep Monitor for US$149.95. The Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 isn’t a radical change from the previous 3.0 version. It’s still a 2mm thin strip that you lay above your mattress and power...
An Amazon robot sent 24 workers to the hospital after it tore open a can of bear spray in a warehouse, while 30 workers were treated on scene.
With the new Australia encryption law that recently passed, Apple could soon be forced to build a backdoor into iOS.
Lily Hay Newman put together a great guide to data breaches. It covers the history of breaches like Equifax, Marriott, Quora, and others. Think of data breaches as coming in two flavors: breaches of institutions that people choose to entrust with their data—like retailers...
The game in question is called Afghanistan 11, and it’s supposed to be a historically accurate game that bases battles on real world scenarios.
Backed by the Mozilla Foundation, NYU Law, the University of Dundee, and others, technology could soon get a trust label called Trustable Technology Mark. Enter the Trustable Technology Mark. It’s like being certified organic, but for the Internet of Things. Supported by...
Here’s how to prepare for the holidays with DHL package tracking.
Apple is trying to acquire an Israeli drama starring Richard Gere for its video platform. Since it’s a violent drama, some people believe Apple might be stepping around its family-friendly image. “Nevelot,” is a gritty thriller that follows two veterans who go on a killing sp...
One easy way to make sure you beat all the shipping deadlines and avoid weird looks from the TSA by putting presents in your suitcase is to make a charitable donation. Kelly has a few suggestions for places to start.
Instagram users have paid others to help them receive a verified blue tick in what is a growing scam on the photosharing network.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada at the request of the U.S. as part of its probe into Iranian sanctions violations.
The 02 cellular network suffered a major UK outage on Thursday, thought to be down to a software issue from third-party provider Ericsson.
A Google trainee placed a fake advert across a large number of websites and apps (via The Financial Times). The trainee accidentally placed a “buy” order during a training exercise. Nobody noticed the error for 45 minutes. The incident will cost the search giant millions of...
Daring Fireball’s John Gruber noticed something interesting when he was going through Apple’s Best of the Year awards. When talking about its iOS app of the year, Procreate, Apple had to explain how to Undo and Redo. This would not be necessary on a desktop – there are...
We have a deal on the the Ultimate Mobile App Development Certification Bundle. It’s designed to be a complete 63-hour track for mastering the most up-to-date tools in mobile app development and design. It includes six different training courses covering iOS and Android,...
Thursday December 6, 2018. 11:45 PM
Ever since Satya Nadella took over Microsoft as CEO, the company’s mantra has been to bring its tools and solutions to all popular platforms, not just Windows. This will be the case in 2019 with Microsoft’s Edge browser coming to macOS. It’s going with the Chromium...
Just because a focus of Apple is making metric boatloads of money doesn’t mean that worthy projects that surprise and delight the customer must remain off the table.
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Microsoft Edge browser will be coming to the Mac next year. It was launched on iOS and VP Joe Belfiore made a blog post announcing it. Microsoft Edge will now be delivered and updated for all supported versions of Windows and on a more frequent cadence. We also expect this...
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