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Thursday October 18, 2018. 02:57 PM
SiriusXM today announced a new marketing agreement with Amazon.com that bundles Amazon’s line of Echo smart speakers with SiriusXM’s streaming service, offering easy access to SiriusXM’s programming – Howard Stern, hundreds of channels of news, comedy, talk, live sports,...
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Wednesday October 17, 2018. 11:55 PM
“In a note to investors seen by AppleInsider, Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities expects that TSMC will continue to be the sole supplier for both the ‘A13’ in 2019 and ‘A14’ in 2020,” Mike Wuerthele reports for AppleInsider. “Kuo also predicts that Mac models will adopt Apple’s...
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“Apple has launched an entire website devoted to privacy as it attempts to tout the security features of its iPhones,” Andrew Griffin reports for The Independent. “The new site includes the option for anyone to see all of the information that their iPhones, iPads and Macs hav...
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“Apple’s plan to raze part of Federation Square to build a mega-store has been thrown into disarray by a heritage recommendation for the landmark,” Royce Millar and Clay Lucas report for The Age. “Heritage Victoria executive director Steven Avery will on Thursday recommend...
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“The latest Mac mini, introduced on October 16, 2014, is four years old as of this week,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “For emphasis, it has been 1,462 days since the portable desktop computer was last updated, according to the MacRumors Buyer’s Guide.” “The current...
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On Macs “up until recently, Ransomware was not an issue,” Yevgeniy Kapishon writes for Apple Gazette. “Well, it is now a very real threat to Mac users.” “Although it is not as popular as it is within the Windows-based community… and there are not quite as many Ransomware...
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“So it’s official. Photoshop — real Photoshop — is coming to the iPad next year. If you’re someone who uses Photoshop, uses the iPad to get work done, or both, this is big news,” Jason Snell writes for Macworld. “It’s a huge shot in the arm for the iPad Pro and...
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“Siri Shortcuts, your Apple Watch, and various sensors and biometrics mean the wearable device will become critical to your identity, at work, at home, and at play,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. Apple has described the Apple Watch as its ‘most personal device...
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“The U.S. is back on top as the most competitive country in the world, regaining the No. 1 spot for the first time since 2008 in an index produced by the World Economic Forum, which said the country could still do better on social issues,” Joanna Sugden reports for The Wall...
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“Even in a world of face unlocking and fingerprint scanning, we still haven’t escaped the password just yet,” David Nield writes for Gizmodo. “They’re still a necessity and they’re still annoying to remember. There are now numerous browser features, third-party tools,...
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“State-of-the-art sensors that can measure stress levels, mood, posture, performance and even smell took centre stage at Asia’s top high-tech fair in Tokyo,” AFP reports. “Electronics giant Panasonic showcased a prototype of an armchair that measures how much the user’s...
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“I usually write my review of the new iPhones about a week after I get one of the new devices, but this time around, I just kept using and trying out the different features of the iPhone. Now, I want to give you my thoughts on the iPhone XS and XS Max,” Jim Dalrymple writes...
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The new iPhone Xr, integrating breakthrough technologies from iPhone Xs in an all-screen glass and aluminum design featuring a stunning 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display — the most advanced LCD in a smartphone — and six beautiful finishes will be available for customers to...
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“Beneath the hoods of millions of the clean electric cars rolling onto the world’s roads in the next few years will be a dirty battery,” Niclas Rolander, Jesper Starn, and Elisabeth Behrmann report for Bloomberg. “By 2021, capacity will exist to build batteries for more...
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“Artists and record companies lose $2.7 billion in revenue annually because small business owners typically stream music from personal accounts at cafes or barber shops rather than a commercial-use license,” Kim McLaughlin reports for Bloomberg. “Music makers earn a lot more...
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“YouTube is currently down for users around the world,” Lauren Fruen reports for The Sun. “Those trying to access the video streaming site are being met with error messages.” “On the desktop version users can see the website’s template, but no videos are shown,” Fruen repor...
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Tuesday October 16, 2018. 11:30 PM
App bundles make it easy for customers to buy up to 10 of a developer’s apps in a single purchase. And now, developers can create app bundles for Mac apps or free apps that offer an auto-renewable subscription to access all apps in the bundle. Apple has posted new...
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“Despite the iPhone XR slated for launch in the latter half of October, Taiwan-based suppliers engaged in the Apple supply chain remain cautious about orders for the new iPhone series for the rest of 2018, according to industry sources,” Monica Chen and Jessie Shen report...
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“CNBC reported that Apple plans to give away some of its forthcoming original video content to Apple device owners as a part of a new digital TV strategy (likely starting in Mid 2019),” Gene Munster and Will Thompson write for Loup Ventures. “We believe it’s the right...
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“After receiving a record-breaking €4.34 billion fine in the EU for violating anti-trust laws, Google has announced today changes to Android’s licensing model for the EU zone,” Catalin Cimpanu reports for ZDNet. “The company plans to charge a fee to all Android phone makers...
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