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Tuesday April 30, 2019. 05:35 PM
Foxconn is said to be developing micro-LED displays to be used in iPhones and maybe other Apple devices. 9to5Mac compiled stories emerging out of Asia and explained why the technology would be a significant step forward. micro-LED is generally seen as a superior display...
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As you might imagine, I spend a lot of timing typing text. For a long while, I used programmes likes TextEdit or Word to draft news stories and columns. However, as I discussed on Friday’s TDO, I recently discovered Drafts and am now a big fan. The app allows users to write...
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Between 2005 and 2018 Apple spent US$60 million lobbying Congress. Here’s how the company spends that money.
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In a new blog post, ProtonVPN announced it will fully encrypt its exit servers to help stop man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks.
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Mark Zuckerberg will focus on privacy when he speaks at the F8 developer conference, saying Facebook has a new “privacy focussed” approach.
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Over 300,000 people in the UK use the HSBC money management app, called Connected Money, which is only available for iPhone.
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Just weeks before Apple and Qualcomm reached a settlement, Apple poached Intel employee Umashankar Thyagarajan. Mr. Thyagarajan’s departure is understood to have been a setback to Intel’s efforts, forcing the company to reshuffle the 5G project. Shortly afterwards, Intel ...
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Apple has created a new support document warning users that its legacy photo editing app Aperture won’t run on future versions of macOS.
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In 1999, MIT created a puzzle designed to take 35 years to solve. Belgian programmer Bernard Fabrot has solved it early. The puzzle essentially involves doing roughly 80 trillion successive squarings of a starting number, and was specifically designed to foil anyone trying...
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A U.S. official warned allies not to use Huawei equipment, as Vodafone said it found backdoors in equipment supplied by the company.
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Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more confusing, USB-C cables can add some additional questions to the mix. Add to this lots of Cool Stuff Found, a discussion about the best desktop Mac to buy, some tips and follow-ups from recent episodes, and you’ve got yourself...
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Big Think writes: Human-like robots may creep us, at first, but roboticists believe the more like us they appear, the more likely we’ll feel comfortable around them. Some studies suggest that we could develop feelings for robots, despite them not being human. As the...
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Monday April 29, 2019. 11:58 PM
Dr. Andrew Friedman is an astronomer, cosmologist, and data scientist. He’s currently an NSF funded Assistant Research Scientist at the University of California at San Diego Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences. He is also a Research Affiliate in the MIT Program in...
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Robotics company Anki announced that it’s shutting down, and close to 200 employees would be paid a week of severance. The company said it was left without “significant funding” to support its goals. “Despite our past successes, we pursued every financial avenue to...
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Apple engineer Rubén Caballero recently left the company. Is this related to Apple’s settlement with Qualcomm?
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A new survey makes grim reading for tech giants. It found that users gave a number of firms, including Apple, low marks when asked whether they trust them.  Interestingly, Amazon came out on top, Cult of Mac reported. It looks like Tim Cook’s privacy message is not quite...
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International bodies like the EU have made some effort to protect the open internet recently. However, it is also happening at a more local level too. The Mozilla Foundation told Fast Company about the important action being taken by cities. “Cities are a place to shape...
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Silicon Valley lobbying groups are trying to gut the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, gives residents of California the ability to request the data that businesses collect on them, demand that it be deleted, and opt out of ...
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A research team has uncovered an exposed database hosted on a Microsoft cloud server containing 24GBs of data on over 80 million U.S. households.
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Owners of Toyota’s Camry and Sienna vehicles will be able to add Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa as part of a retrofit. Toyota says it will be notifying Camry and Sienna owners and “encouraging them to contact their dealer” about the retrofit; the installation will be done...
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