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Wednesday November 7, 2018. 01:36 AM
Apple has been systematically making the iPad Pro more and more capable. How will we know when it can finally do all the things everyone needs? And replace the Mac.
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Tuesday November 6, 2018. 08:54 PM
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss what they love (and don’t) about the new Apple Watch and if the iPad is a computer (or not).
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After years of waiting for an upgrade, the announcement of a new MacBook Air last Tuesday was understandably greeted with some excitement. In an 8/10 review of the device, Wired‘s Lauren Goode referred to the slick new model as the “sushi knife of laptops.” She was...
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Apple has been given the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award from the Center for Hearing and Communication for its work towards creating accessible products for those living with disabilities. Senior Director of Global Accessibility Policy and Initiatives, Sarah Herrlinger, ...
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There has been a lot of discussion about Apple’s decision not to reveal hardware unit sales following its earning’s call on Thursday. Investors certainly did not like it and we saw Apple’s stock price tumble by as much as 7% in the aftermath. There is an interesting—if...
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Some reviews are dismissing the iPad Pro as “not a real computer.” Kelly calls shenanigans on the definition of the mythical “real” computer.
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Check out our deal on a pair of knit touchscreen gloves. They let you use your iPhone or Android device when it’s cold without your hands freezing. They feature a specially engineered grip as well as a conductive palm and fingertip design that let you tap, swipe, and slide...
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During the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, Lisa Jackson reaffirmed Apple’s commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement
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David Nield shared some helpful tips on how to limit website access on your Mac or PC. It includes controlling browser cookies and browser privacy settings. We’ll also explain how to restrict the cookies and other data websites can save locally on your laptop. It’s up to you...
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You’re covered against cracked screens, liquid damage, and accidental damage.
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Mining bitcoin is bad for the environment. According to a new paper, mining one dollar’s worth of bitcoin takes twice the energy to mind the same value of copper, gold, or platinum. One dollar’s worth of bitcoin takes about 17 megajoules of energy to mine, according to...
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If you’re a Chase Sapphire, Chase Freedom, or Chase Ink card member, you’re eligible for this
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According to the Financial Times, which I can’t link here due to its paywall, Apple could be trying to woo radio listeners of color with its iHeartMedia grab. Even with its mounting debt and impending bankruptcy filing, iHeartMedia has a crushing grip over the radio industry...
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A HomePod patent uncovered over the weekend shows an AR headset as a controller.
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While Apple hasn’t announced a new generation of AirPods, two filings for AirPods were published on Thursday by the Bluetooth SIG.
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Ben Bajarin argues that the Apple Pencil 2 is the iPad Pro’s mouse, especially with the new gesture support. Apple’s new gestures clearly support this theory. Apple may be easing people into this new functionality but the idea of a multi-touch function on the Apple Pencil...
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Digital Trends has compiled a list of 20 iPhone camera apps. “Whether you’re looking for a new way to shoot, edit, or organize your photos, these camera apps are here to help. Turning a boring shot of your feline companion into a masterpiece has never been easy.” Oddly, a...
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Today’s Quick Tip is all about using Gmail’s delegates feature. With this, you can allow people you trust to read and respond to your messages without them having to know your password! It’s cool and very handy in an office environment, especially.
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We have a deal on CrazyTalk Animator 3 Pro, a Mac app that helps you turn images into animated characters. It features motion templates, 2D character templates, motion libraries, a 2D bone rig editor, facial puppets, audio lip-syncing tools, and more. It’s $79 through our...
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Monday November 5, 2018. 11:54 PM
Developers can now request access to a new REST API for App Store Connect.
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