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Friday May 10, 2019. 03:55 PM
“If you missed the opportunity to buy the original iPod nearly 18 years ago, now is your second chance — but it won’t be cheap,” Joe Rossignol writes for MacRumors. “A very rare first-generation iPod factory sealed in its ‘unopened original box'” in “unopened original...
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“We previously discovered the new standalone Music app to be included in the next major version of macOS, 10.15,” Guilherme Rambo reports for 9to5Mac. “In that post, we mentioned the new Music app would be made using Marzipan, that lets iOS apps run on the Mac,” Rambo...
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“Wall Street is set to open lower on Friday as President Donald Trump said there’s ‘absolutely no need to rush’ on a trade agreement with China and tariffs will make the United States ‘much stronger,'” CNBC reports. “Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 120...
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“If you have been a regular reader, then you know my hobbyhorse: the iPhone is killing the standalone camera,” Om Malik writes for Om. “And the latest data released by Camera & Imaging Products Association only reinforces my thesis from a few years ago.” “Even though we are...
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Thursday May 9, 2019. 11:05 PM
“We’re still a few months away from Apple’s next iPhone (which will likely launch in September), but rumors are already swirling and case makers, at least, seem to be convinced, based on the latest batch of leaked case renders courtesy of Slashleaks and Sonny Dickson,”...
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“As people grow older, their total life expectancy increases. So for those who are now 65, the average life expectancy is 83 for men and over 85 for women,” Don Norman writes for Fast Company. “And because I’m 83, I’m expected to live past 90 (but I’m aiming a lot highe...
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“Apple, Facebook, and Google are all firmly on the record now: they agree that privacy is a good thing, that government should protect it, and that you can trust them to respect it,” Scott Rosenberg writes for Axios. “The catch: Each company defines privacy differently and em...
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“Want to buy a new Mac to edit with Final Cut Pro X? Can’t decide between an iMac Pro or a beefy MacBook Pro?” Peter Wiggins writes for fcp.co. “Here are a few thoughts that might help. The conclusion might surprise you.” “We will start with the Mac Book Pro, a 15 inch...
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Smartphone shipments in North America plummeted 18% year on year in Q1 2019 to a five-year low of 36.4 million units, down from a record high of 44.4 million in Q1 2018. This is the steepest fall ever recorded, due to a lackluster performance by Apple and the absence of ZTE. ...
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“In 1999, the Japanese wireless communications company NTT Docomo released 176 pictures for people to quickly, efficiently, and emotively communicate on the tiny screens of their phones,” Mark Wilson writes for Fast Company. “Twenty years later, and we now have over 3,000...
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“Video games popular among kids would be prohibited from offering ‘loot boxes’ or randomized assortments of digital weapons, clothing and other items that can be purchased for a fee, under federal legislation to be introduced by Republican Sen. Josh Hawley (Mo.),” Tony Romm...
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“The volcano has erupted, and in its ashy wake Fortnite Season 9 is born — and it looks decidedly futuristic,” Rachel England reports for Engadget. “As players say goodbye to a successful Season 8, Epic has revealed what’s in store for the game’s next chapter, teasing it...
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Apple today previewed its newest location at the Carnegie Library on Mount Vernon Square. This is Apple’s most extensive historic restoration project to date, restoring and revitalizing the Beaux-Arts style building once home to Washington, D.C.’s Central Public Library. ...
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“When Google decided to stop rebranding its partners’ Androids as Nexus models and launched its own Pixel phones three years ago, it targeted the camera as its best hope for standing out in a crowded, competitive smartphone market. That strategy failed in 2016, 2017, and in...
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“Most Mac users avoid Launchpad and instead use Spotlight, the Dock or some other method to launch apps,” Gary Rosenzweig writes for MacMost. “However, with a change and some tips, Launchpad can be a decent app launcher,” Rosenzweig writes. “First, you’ll want to assign a...
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“China and the United States were moving towards an agreement to end a months-long trade war when, suddenly, it all fell apart this week,” James Griffiths writes for CNN. “Over the weekend, US President Donald Trump promised to raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, ...
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“AirPods are a cultural icon, and for good reason. More than two years ago, Apple released a set of true wireless earbuds that solved many of the problems that made us hate Bluetooth headphones, making them as convenient and reliable as we’ve always dreamed,” Jason Cross...
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“iPhone and iPad users have been waiting on Dark Mode to come to iOS for several years, and iOS 13 will finally be the update that brings it to everyone,” Chance Miller writes for 9to5mac. “9to5Mac and Bloomberg have both reported that there will indeed be a system-wide Dark...
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“Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor on Thursday forecast a recovery in demand after sales of its rapid-charge products were affected in the first quarter by weak demand in China,” Douglas Busvine reports for Reuters. “CEO Jalal Bagherli said he expected a sequent...
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“Democratic and Republican lawmakers both stressed the need for bipartisan privacy legislation on Wednesday but seemed divided on how willing they were to strengthen the Federal Trade Commission, which is expected to be tasked with enforcing an eventual law,” Reuters...
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