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Wednesday May 29, 2019. 03:28 PM
NYC subway riders can start using Apple Pay Express Transit at certain subway stations starting Friday, May 31.
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Designer Philip Lee has created the Classicbot Mac plush, giving you a squishy Mac you can hug. Priced at $72, the Classicbot Giant Plush is rather expensive, but like Lee’s smaller figurines, it’s been designed with quite a lot of detail. There’s a disk insert at the front...
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Margrethe Vestager is the EU Competition Commissioner. In that capacity, she has dealt out billions of Euros worth of fines to major tech firms, including Apple. Now, she wants to be President of the EU Commission and told Wired what she thinks of the digital ecosystem. Six ...
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Normally, computer users, do everything they can to avoid getting malware on their machine. However, there is one laptop on sale that contains six of the world’s deadliest viruses, reported The Verge. Artist Guo O Dong produced the work, called The Persistence of...
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More problems reported for the Samsung Galaxy Fold. According to local outlet The Korean Herald, the launch of the much-maligned device could be delayed beyond June. Samsung has taken longer than expected to fix the problems that beset the Galaxy Fold’s initial rollout. It...
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The Pokémon Company announced a new game for iOS and also revealed new cloud and sleep monitoring services at a major press conference.
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Digital Trends writes: While streaming is obviously more convenient for most of us, anyone who wants the best possible picture and sound quality for their home theater needs Ultra HD Blu-ray. The format offers more stability and better fidelity than streaming, and it’s a...
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John Kheit is a New York attorney and a regular Contributor to The Mac Observer. We share many common interests, including the 4K/UHD/HDR TV revolution, 8K TV and displays, Wi-Fi/5G technologies, and the state of Apple. We chatted about the legacy magic touch of Apple...
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Tuesday May 28, 2019. 10:42 PM
Google Image’s search algorithm is fantastically useful a lot of the time. Other times, it is kind of creepy, especially if you’re searching for female stars. Wired looked at the different results the service produced when users searched for pictures of men and women. If...
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1Password 7.3 for macOS brings a new “filling brain” as well as an updated 1Password mini that lives in the menu bar.
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From 2012 to 2013, students at the University of Colorado’s Colorado Springs campus were secretly photographed as part of a research project. The U.S. Navy wanted to improve its facial recognition algorithms. To conduct the study, [professor] Boult set up a long-range...
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We have a 25% discount on 1, 2, and 3-year subscriptions to Private Internet Access VPN, a VPN service for Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, and Linux. Private Internet Access VPN uses Blowfish CBC encryption to keep your data under lock and key, and the company maintains a...
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Today Apple’s Music Memos app is getting an update to support the bigger screens of the iPhone X/XS/XR/XS Max.
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During the first T-Mobile 5G test in New York City, the service scored 493 Mbps using a Verizon phone. T-Mobile’s feat becomes greater when you understand that the carrier is using much less spectrum than Verizon is. Allnet Insights says T-Mobile is using 80MHz of spectrum...
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Today we’ve gotten a look at some iOS 13 screenshots. They show Dark Mode, new UI in Markup, a redesigned Reminders app, and more.
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Today, CCP Games unleashed EVE Online: Invasion, the newest expansion for the biggest single shared free-to-play spaceship MMO game of all time. EVE Online: Invasion is the first chapter in the Triglavian story, plunging New Eden into chaos, as this inscrutable adversary...
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John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont for a discussion of a new interview with Craig Federighi and the new iPod Touch.
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It’s no secret that even on iOS, apps can collect your data. One way they do this is by using Background App Refresh to send data back to the analytics company.
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A teenager from Adelaide, Australia who hacked Apple in 2015 and 2017 did so because he wanted a job there. The first hack happened when the accused was just 13. He was looking to impress Apple with his skills, according to Australian outlet ABC. The court heard he and...
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Shortly after Pegatron reportedly decided to expand Mac and iPad chip production in Indonesia, the firm looks set to make another major investment there. It is thought to be preparing to build iPhone chips in the country too. Reuters reported comments from Indonesia’s ...
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