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Monday March 11, 2019. 06:44 PM
“We run lots of consumer surveys at PCMag, but today’s edition of The Why Axis is the first in a series of countrywide maps we’ll be running each of the next few Mondays to break down tech buying and usage trends across the nation,” Rob Marvin reports for PC Magazine. “We fig...
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“A new rumor suggests the iPad imminently expected will keep a lot of the features of the current one,” David Phelan writes for Forbes. “But I think there’s a possibility which hasn’t yet been considered. If true, it’ll be just tremendous.” “Supplier sources say that...
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“It has been weeks since the slowdown in Apple’s smartphone sales hit the shares of the tech giant’s suppliers,” Alexandra Scaggs reports for Barron’s. “Now it is credit analysts’ turn to adjust their forecasts.” “S&P Ratings predicts that Apple’s iPhone revenue will drop...
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“Within about 30 seconds of starting to use my new MacBook Pro, I noticed something annoying,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “My palm and thumb kept brushing against the large trackpad, both when typing and when using the trackpad.” “This is an annoyance because...
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“The big question after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s ‘pivot to privacy’ was whether the company was really sincere about guarding users’ personal data,” Will Oremus writes for Slate. “(The consensus among critics: probably not as serious as you might hope.)” “...
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“Rumors from Asian suppliers aired Friday suggest Apple’s 7th generation iPad will sport an enclosure design identical to the current 9.7-inch iPad, complete with Touch ID biometric authentication and a headphone jack,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. “Citing...
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“If you got AirPods at launch in late 2016, you’re likely now only able to listen to them for less than half the time you did without recharging,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “If you’ve had your AirPods for a couple of years, then you’ve gotten used to how thei...
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“Apple today sent out emails letting App Store and iTunes users know about a new promotion that offers a 10 percent bonus when adding funds to an Apple ID account,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “When you add money directly to your Apple ID from a credit or debit card...
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“Sen. Elizabeth Warren didn’t forget about Apple Inc.,” Mike Murphy writes for MarketWatch. “When the Massachusetts Democrat and presidential candidate laid out her plan Friday to break up big tech companies that she said stifle competition, she focused on Facebook Inc.,...
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“Apple Inc. were indicated higher in pre-market trading Monday after analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch boosted their rating on the tech giant, citing stability in its global supply chain,” Martin Baccardax reports for TheStreet. “BAML analyst Wamsi Mohan, who had cut...
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Sunday March 10, 2019. 03:02 PM
Apple has debuted five new videos covering iPhone operation on the company’s YouTube channel which cover: • How to easily access your boarding pass, credit cards, and tickets with the Wallet app • How to chat with an expert in real-time • How to find the best shot...
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“Google has confirmed a recent update to Chrome was to patch a zero-day issue in the popular browser, an exploit that was actively used in attacks, and has recommended all Chrome users on Mac, Windows, and Linux update their installations as soon as possible,” Malcolm Owen...
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Saturday March 9, 2019. 06:02 PM
“I started covering the camera on my laptop around five years ago,” Emily Price writes for Lifehacker. “At the time, my decision was prompted less by a security concern and more because someone handed me a camera cover at a conference, but the threat is most definitely...
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“Apple has been massively ramping up its spending on research and development in recent years,” Troy Wolverton writes for Business Insider. “It now spends nearly $15 billion a year, giving it one of the biggest corporate R&D budgets in the world.” “Analysts attribute the...
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Friday March 8, 2019. 11:30 PM
“One difference between the tech giants of the dot-com era and tech giants now?” Justin Lahart writes for The Wall Street Journal. “Today’s juggernauts really are massive, and not just in the eyes of exuberant investors.” “That doesn’t mean they don’t present risks,”...
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“Apple’s work in the virtual reality and augmented reality field has produced a considerable number of patents and applications, which could lead to the eventual creation of the iPhone maker’s first headset,” Malcolm Owen writes for AppleInsider. “Reports over the years have...
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“AT&T on Thursday released an important update to DirecTV Now for the Apple TV, adding features such as single sign-on,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider. “Single sign-on means subscribers only have to enter their credentials once to unlock similarly compatible...
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“While there’s no doubt that patent filings are interesting because they give you a glimpse into some of the things that secretive companies such as Apple are working on, you have to temper any enthusiasm with a healthy dose of suspicion because big companies file a lot of...
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“Spotify today announced that its streaming music service will be preinstalled on the latest Samsung smartphones starting today, including the Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, S10 5G, Galaxy Fold, and select Galaxy A models,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “New subscribers on...
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“Disney is rapidly preparing to launch its own streaming service, dubbed Disney+, later this year. While the debut date is still unknown, we now know that the service will include the entire Disney movie library shortly after the service launches,” Valentina Palladino...
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