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Tuesday January 8, 2019. 12:39 AM
Sometimes, well almost always, it’s good to wait awhile after Apple encounters a crisis of some sort and not get swept up in the venting, rage and fury. Later, cooler, experienced heads weigh in. This time it’s Ben Thompson at Stratechery. “As rare as last week’s Apple...
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Charlotte is a London-based technical journalist. She writes about Apple — and is now The Mac Observer’s newest regular contributor. She has also written for City A.M. (London’s daily business tabloid,) Computer Business Review, The Independent on Sunday and CapX. Her fi...
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Monday January 7, 2019. 11:20 PM
LAS VEGAS – Maximus is showing answer, the first dual camera video doorbell that sees what other devices miss.
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LAS VEGAS – SECUREDATA is showing SecureDrive KP, one of their FIPS 140-2 Level 3 drives for when you really need to protect your data.
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LAS VEGAS – LumiCharge is showing the second generation of their smart lamp, which does more than just illuminate.
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The beauty of our new USB-C docking station world (don’t say dongles!) is the flexibility and expandability it provides for our Macs. Targus highlights this perfectly with their new USB-C Universal Quad HD Docking Station that they were showing off Sunday at CES Unveiled....
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Samsung announced AirPlay 2 coming to TVs, and there’s a Project Erasmus update. Kelly Guimont hosts Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr.
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Samsung announced AirPlay 2 coming to TVs, and there’s a Project Erasmus update. Kelly Guimont hosts Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr.
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The U.S. National Security Agency is releasing a free and open source reverse engineering tool callee GHIDRA at the upcoming RSA security conference.
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In a Whonix forum a person alleged that DuckDuckGo was using browser fingerprinting techniques to track people. The search engine denies the claim however. “Fingerprinting-detection libraries unfortunately create false positives because they don’t anticipate good actors...
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More HomeKit products mean a more integrated home, with products that aren’t competing against each other.
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RCS is a technology touted as the replacement for SMS. It will bring rich, iMessage-like features to texting, and major carriers support it. And it sounds like Apple is interested. According to the purported slide from the conference, Apple has “engaged in discussions with ...
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Developer betas of iOS 12.1.3, watchOS 5.1.3, and tvOS 12.1.2 are now available. These are version 3 of the betas. The release notes mention bug fixes, and nothing major is known yet.
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Sprint announced plans to launch a 5G connected smartphone with Samsung in Summer 2019 – the 3rd 5G device it has announced.
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Popular package tracking app Parcels adds your device to a botnet, possibly by trying to avoid rate limiting when it comes to API usage.
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Salesforce boss Marc Benioff is one of tech’s most compelling and surprising characters and has been for a long time. This summer, he made a decision that caught most people unawares – he named a co-CEO. A CNBC interview with Mr. Benioff reveals how time off this summer...
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I love reading about how other people use their devices, and every year M.G. Siegler shares how his home screen evolves over time. We all have our apps that we use on a daily basis. And for new ones to break in, they don’t just have to be better, they have to be so much...
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After Andrew wrote about Project Erasmus, an insanely cool UI project by Bob Burrough, he was kind enough to send us a new video where he shares another demo.
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LONDON – Apple has for a long time proudly flaunted its pro-privacy values. It, quite fairly, highlights how its products are aligned with these values, especially when compared to its competitors.  However, this is coming under increasing strain. According to a Techcrunch...
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2019 is undoubtedly going to be a big year in AI. The discussion over fake news will continue too. Sean Gourley, CEO of machine intelligence company Primer, wrote in Wired that while progress in AI is being made, at the moment humans, not algorithms, need to lead the fight...
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