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Monday January 28, 2019. 07:20 PM
97 tech unicorns, companies valued at over $1 billion, were formed in China in 2018. That’s the equivalent of one launching in the country every 3.8 days.. However, Bloomberg News reported that this pace of creation actually slowed down during the fourth quarter of the...
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A couple weeks ago Apple posted videos showing off different iPad Pro workflows. Today there is a new video offering a behind the scenes of those iPad Pro commercials. Each one started with “A new way to” and showed how the iPad Pro can be used in different ways. At the end o...
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U.S. suppliers may have trouble making custom screws for Apple products, but other components can be manufactured without issue.
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macOS 10.14.4 will bring automatic Dark Mode to Safari. This means that if a website offers a dark theme, it will automatically be enabled.
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There has been a lot of reaction to *that* Mark Zuckerberg piece in the Wall Street Journal last week. The Facebook CEO and founder tried to allay users’ fears about how the service uses their data. TMO’s Andrew Orr described it as “tone deaf,” which seems pretty on the...
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Apple relies on China for a huge part of its manufacturing needs. But why can’t the company bring it back to the United States? Custom screws. The challenges in Texas illustrate problems that Apple would face if it tried to move a significant amount of manufacturing out of...
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The Roku Channel is adding premium subscriptions to its streaming video service. The update adds support for over 25 subscriptions.
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I started the Iron Druid Chronicles over the weekend, with the first book called Hounded. It’s a fine example of urban fantasy, a place you don’t usually find druids. But Atticus O’Sullivan isn’t just any druid. He is the last of the druids and 2,100 years old. He and his si...
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Matt Hancock warned social media firms the UK government would legislate, or even ban them, if they did not take action on harmful content following the death of 17-year-old Molly Russell.
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Friday January 25, 2019. 11:47 PM
9to5Mac writes: “Apple has been granted a patent today which illustrates how future products such as iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch could have built-in sensors to detect harmful, poisonous gasses, such as CO…” [and others.] Now we’re getting into Star Trek’s Tricorder...
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We have a deal on a 2-year subscription for CuriosityStream, the streaming and on-demand service with more than 2,000 documentaries and shows. It works in a browser, iOS, Apple TV 4 and above, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and more. It’s $29.99 through our deal.
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The golden age of viewing TV shows and movies in just a few favored streaming services is about to come to an end. But this new era also opens a door for Apple.
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The golden age of viewing TV shows and movies in just a few favored streaming services is about to come to an end. But this new era also opens a door for Apple.
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It costs US$72 (or finance it) and data plans start at US$10/month for 2GB of data, all the way up to US$85/month for 22GB of data.
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Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zucerkberg plans to integrate Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and, Instagram. A detailed report in the New York Times said that the move could happen at the end of 2019 or 2020. Mr. Zuckerberg reportedly wants all the services to use end-to-end...
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Here’s a 10 year challenge I can get behind. Valia Havryliuk demonstrates how iOS apps have changed. Just last year App Store celebrated its 10th birthday. In 2008 it launched with 552 apps and some of them are still live inside your iPhones. Time has passed and design...
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Recently Bryan Chaffin challenged Andrew to examine the VSCO privacy policy and translate it from lawyer-speak to human-speak. Here’s what he found.
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The next generation of AirPods will be able to be configured for Siri in the same way iPhones and iPads, an iOS beta revealed.
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Britain’s impending exit from the European Union is a major concern for the UK tech industry, with immigration top of the worry list.
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Host Kelly Guimont chats with Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin about Microsoft Office in the Mac App Store and privacy as a business model.
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