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Thursday June 6, 2019. 11:25 PM
According to engadget, “Microsoft discreetly wiped its massive facial recognition database.” Microsoft has been vocal about its desire to properly regulate facial recognition technology. The company’s president, Brad Smith, appealed directly to Congress last year to take...
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Check out the EvaSMART 2, a personal air conditioner that combines the functionality of a humidifier and air conditioner into a single device. It uses natural evaporative cooling to lower the temperature around you, and filters out dust particles. And, it can be operated...
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Last month Urban Armor Gear (UAG) launched two Apple Watch straps: The Active strap and the Leather strap. Today the company added a third strap called the Nato Strap. Built for everyday adventures, the Nato Strap for Apple Watch is designed for dependability. A combination...
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Safari 13 is adding a CPU Timeline to Web Inspector. This lets web developers measure the CPU usage of a page, energy impact, and more.
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Mouse-support is coming to the iPhone and iPad this fall. This is a feature many users have wanted for a while. However, on Cult of Mac, Killian Bell argues Apple still has the wrong attitude to the issue. Apple “strongly emphasized this was designed and developed...
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Apple announced a variety of great products and tools and WWDC 2019. However, not all those in attendance were happy with what they saw from the stage, AppleInsider found. Some of the Apple announcements were variations of these developers’ products. Apple is perfectly entitl...
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Australian IT manufacturer MSI has got in on the act of attacking Apple’s new Pro Stand, mocking the product on Twitter.
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Apple is deprecating SHA-1, an old security standard, in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. This is good news since we now have the more secure SHA-2 and SHA-3.
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The Version Museum has a visual history of 22 years of Apple website design history, starting in 1994. Version Museum is devoted to showcasing the visual history of popular websites, games, apps, and operating systems that have shaped our lives. The biggest change is the...
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Apple is reportedly looking to purchase Drive.ai in an acqui-hire that will see engineers from the self-driving vehicle firm join Apple.
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Tim Cook paid tribute as the world celebrated D-Day, saying that those who stormed the beaches at Normandy “changed the course of history.”
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Please join us here at TMO in welcoming Carbon Copy Cloner back again as a sponsor of our WWDC Coverage here in 2019. Keeping your data safe is super-important these days, given all the various failures and malware and simple human errors that we all make which can wind up...
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iOS 13 locks down private notes in Contacts, preventing apps from accessing this content like they could in the past.
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Square Enix has released every Final Fantasy soundtrack on Apple Music and Spotify. Search for “Final Fantasy original soundtrack.” There’s been no mention of it on Square Enix’s social media channels, even the Final Fantasy-specific one. But it likely has to do with ...
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It is summer, and that means Love Island fever is gripping the UK. Viewers can be part of the popular reality TV show, in which contestants have to couple up to stay in the luxury villa, via its official iOS app. The official Love Island app allows users to participate in...
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Andrew noticed something new in Apple’s privacy policy, last updated May 9, 2019. Apple now scans uploaded content for child abuse content.
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Live around WWDC, Kelly sits down with developer Alex Larouche and 360 iDev organizer John Wilker to talk about the week’s announcements.
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The older Python language, version 2.7, is being deprecated in macOS 10.15 Catalina and won’t be included in macOS 10.16. The same goes for other UNIX scripting languages.
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Wednesday June 5, 2019. 10:37 PM
Apple wants developers to make its new Sign In with Apple feature more prominent that rival sign-in options.  MacRumors reported on the change to the company’s Human Interface Guidelines. One detail in Apple’s updated Human Interface Guidelines is raising eyebrows –...
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There were many standout moments during the WWDC 2019 keynote. Not least when Tim Cook unveiled a new Mac Pro. However, it was not just the machine that drew gasps. Apple asking nearly $1000 for the Pro Stand for the computer’s new monitor certainly attracted attention too. A...
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