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Saturday June 8, 2019. 12:27 AM
Dr. Mac says his collection of specialty papers save him time, effort, and money. Find out more in the just-released Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #334.
We have a deal on the AirDock 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Station, which allows you to charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods at the same time. There’s a Qi charger for your iPhone, an Apple Watch wireless charger, and cradle with a Lightning port for your AirPods case....
The potentail for confusion in the macOS iTunes to Apple Music app transition in Catalina is great. Here are the facts.
Friday June 7, 2019. 10:40 PM
For the last day of WWDC, Kelly has an interview with iOS developer Aleksey Navicov, and also chats with Rogue Amoeba’s Paul Kafasis.
A limited Apple Watch grant program is launching this fall for ResearchKit and CareKit researchers. It’s part of what Apple calls an “Investigator Support Pilot.” Apple said the new initiative, which is currently still in development, will have a simple submission...
A judge recently ruled that Comcast violated Washington state consumer protection law 445,000 times. The court found that Comcast added the SPP to the accounts of 30,946 Washingtonians without their knowledge, and did not tell an additional 18,660 Washingtonians the true...
Max Eddy reviews VPNs for PCMag. Although he believes most vendors have good intentions, he highlights several examples of bad behavior in the VPN industry. From my experience working with VPNs, I can say with certainty there is a culture of sabotage and paranoia among some...
Unlike a traditional password manager, we don’t have a lot of control over iOS password generation. But there is a manual workaround that lets us configure iCloud Keychain a bit.
Twelve South makes cases for Apple devices, and they were kind enough to send Andrew a BookBook volume 2 for his iPad Pro 11-inch. Here are his thoughts.
iFixit put the Powerbeat Pro headphones on their teardown table earlier this week. Cult of Mac ran through what they found, and it isn’t pretty. The first thing you’ll discover when you attempt to get into the Powerbeats Pro is that … you can’t. Not easily, at least....
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wants to colonize the Moon. Obviously. Business Insider reported on his speech at his firm’s re:MARS conference. He told attendees that we have to go to space “to save the Earth.” Bezos said that using the moon is all part of his plan to save humanity b...
Maine Governor Janet Mills has signed one of the country’s strongest internet privacy bills into law. It will come into force in July.
Powerbeats Pro wireless headphones are available in Australia and Mainland China and went on sale in the UK, France and Germany recently too.
iOS 13 brings multiple camera input, meaning apps can capture photos and videos from multiple microphones and cameras on one device.
The Apple App Store and Google Play store are something of a duopoly. This is causing some anti-trust concerns within the U.S. Department of Justice. Bloomberg News looked at why the DOJ is starting to think about app store marketplace. More than $100 billion was spent...
Spotify announced that it had signed a multi-year agreement with President and Michelle Obama to produce and appear in podcasts.
Apple announced that its 2019 Apple Camp for Kids is open for registration starting June 17 in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Sarah Herrlinger, Apple’s Global Accessibility chief, talks about new accessibility features in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Accessibility, as it always does, plays a significant role in not only the conference itself — the sessions, labs and get-togethers all are...
Please join all of us here at TMO in thanking E3 software, makers of Direct Mail for Mac, for sponsoring our WWDC Coverage here in 2019 this year.
Today from the WWDC vicinity, Kelly interviews Philippe Casgrain, organizer of NSNorth, and Ken Case, CEO of Omni Group.
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