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Tuesday March 19, 2019. 05:36 PM
In a new report today we find that Apple TV Sports has its own curation team, watching for newsworthy and unpredictable moments.
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Apple and Spotify are engaged in a high-profile battle, but perhaps it is time they now went their separate ways.
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WeTransfer added a collage tool to its Paper app. You can clip and arrange multiple images on a page and cut them out or slice them up. This feature can be used for scrapbooking, mood boarding, and visual note taking. And since Paper also added an integration with Unsplash,...
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Apple announced iMac upgrades today, with up to 8-core Intel processors and Vega graphics available.
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The impact of Apple’s streaming service on its bottom line will be “likely small” according to a Goldman Sachs analyst.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said that his company wants to keep people watching its content on its own platform, not Apple’s.
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This year is GarageBand’s 15th birthday, and Rolling Stone wrote a great article on how it changed how musicians created their art. In the first media visit Apple has ever allowed to its under-the-radar Music Apps studio, the team of engineers showed Rolling Stone how the...
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Monday March 18, 2019. 10:15 PM
You want Cool Stuff Found? You want to know how to uninstall apps properly? What about the dangers of disabling SIP? John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton, your two favorite geeks, come together to answer all of these and more. Have a question? Send it in to...
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At ZDNet, Chris Matyszczyk, recounts his discussion with a former Apple store manager. Described are the three eras of the Apple retail stores, starting with the “golden age” under SVP Ron Johnson. After Johnson left Apple, in this employee’s opinion, the experience went...
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Aramark and the Cleveland Cavaliers teamed up with Apple’s Business Chat to let fans order drinks from their seats in the Quicken Loans arena.
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Trello and Todoist are key tools in lots of people’s productivity armoury, but it is not obvious how they can best work together.
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LONDON- Apple’s March 25th “It’s Showtime” event looks like it is going to be a bit different from normal tech-company shows. The Times of London reported that Hollywood A-Listers like Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Oprah Winfrey, who is producing a show for...
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In June 2018, Steve Hardigree awoke to find that his marketing firm, Exactis, was at the centre of a massive data leak. In fact, his company had accidentally exposed the personal records of almost everyone in the U.S. Mr. Hardigree spoke to Wired, who broke the news...
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Josh Centers is the Managing Editor of Tidbits.com and has published several Take Control (TC) books. He’s the author of Take Control of Apple TV and Take Control of Home Automation. He’s been writing the Take Control books for iOS since version 8, and his latest book is Take...
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There have been a number of amazing stories about how an Apple Watch alerted users to a heart condition, saving their life. Results from a large Apple-funded study, presented Saturday at a meeting of the American College of Cardiology, backed-up the company’s healthcare...
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California company Meditab, which makes medical records software for hospitals, doctor’s offices, and pharmacies, exposed data on a server without a password (via TechCrunch). [Apple Health Records Gets Positive Feedback From Patients] Meditab Leak Besides medical records...
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Major Apple suppliers and manufacturers are having to look for business elsewhere after a slump in iPhone sales.
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Writing for ZDNet, Chris Matyszczyk thinks Apple’s latest privacy ad is a joke. He was expecting a serious message about privacy and thinks the video was too superficial. We’re offered scenes from everyday life, in which people assert their need not to have their conversation...
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Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to talk about Apple’s new iPad Air/iPad mini announcements, and how they fit in.
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Brian Krebs wrote a good article on how our phone numbers have become security and authentication tools, and thus closely tied to our identity. But there’s a problem with that. Phone numbers stink for security and authentication. They stink because most of us have so much...
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