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Thursday March 7, 2019. 05:28 PM
“Spotify and Apple Music have not taken action against Michael Jackson’s music catalog following the release of ‘Leaving Neverland,’ a two-part HBO documentary that accuses the pop superstar of sexually abusing two young boys in the ’80s and ’90s,” Sean Burch writes...
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“I’ve been quite harsh toward Apple Inc. for a long time. Having covered the company for close to 15 years, first as a reporter and now a columnist, I’ve spent much time researching and writing about its supply chain and the myriad problems within,” Tim Culpan writes for...
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“Future MacBook models could offer some of the same health and fitness tracking functions as provided by the Apple Watch, with the inclusion of a small bio-sensor in the casing near the trackpad that the user could access while typing on the keyboard,” Malcolm Owen reports...
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“Sony introduced Remote Play a while ago as a feature that let you stream your PS4 screen,” Mikhail Madnani reports for TouchArcade. “Today, Sony surprised everyone with a PS4 firmware update (6.50) that added support for Remote Play on iOS devices. This was accompanies by...
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“Chief executives of major companies said at a White House forum on Wednesday that they are hiring more Americans without college degrees as they search to find increasingly scarce applicants for open jobs,” David Shepardson reports for Reuters. “The White House hosted CEOs...
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Wednesday March 6, 2019. 11:35 PM
“Apple’s AirPods are one of its most popular product lines in recent years and have resulted in crazy demand, memes, and dozens of knockoff products,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “In our latest YouTube video, we picked up a pair of $50 i10 TWS earphones that have been...
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“Facebook’s reputation took a deep dive over the past year, staggering under an avalanche of controversies, according to the new Axios Harris Poll 100,” Ina Fried reports for Axios. “Other tech giants, including Google and Apple, have seen their reputations decline as well,”...
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“Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, meeting with White House officials and business leaders as part of his role on the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, with the aim of improving the future prospects of the United States’ workforce,”...
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“Apple announced Wednesday it is bringing 1,200 employees to a San Diego office over the next three years, growing its presence right in the backyard of its current legal rival Qualcomm,” Lauren Feiner reports for CNBC. Apple announced today it is adding 1,200 employees in...
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“Pixar is looking for a good Mac nerd to join its support team,” Bister Hein writes for Cult of Mac. “If you’ve ever dreamed of working for one of the most iconic animation companies in the world, but don’t have any actual animation skills, this might be your best...
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“Apple recently added a new features page to its website, which offers an in-depth look at the capabilities of Apple’s modern iPhones,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “The site is organized into tiles, each featuring an explanation of a feature along with a short video,...
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Apple today released its 13th annual Supplier Responsibility Progress Report detailing how the company is expanding educational opportunities and protecting the planet’s resources. As of 2018, 17.3 million supplier employees have been trained on workplace rights, and 3.6...
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“You can take RAW photos with your iPhone, you just can’t do it with the default Camera app,” Gary Rosenzweig writes for MacMost. “Apple does allow third-party apps to access the hardware and software needed to take RAW photos, so you can use one of the many options to do...
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“Fitbit Inc launched its cheapest smartwatch on Wednesday to defend its position as the second-largest seller of smartwatches after Apple Inc.,” Stephen Nellis reports for Reuters. “San Francisco-based Fitbit said the Versa Lite smartwatch will cost $160, down from $200 for...
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“The existence of devices like the iPhone has come at a price,” Maddie Stone writes for Gizmodo. “All of the metals inside one—recognizable or foreign, precious or pedestrian—hail from rocks that were mined from the Earth, often, using environmentally-destructive...
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“As iPhone sales slip, Apple has been positioning its booming digital-services business as its new profit engine,” Michael Liedtke writes for The Associated Press. “But there could be a snag in that plan.” “A brewing backlash against the rich commissions Apple earns from all...
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“Guy Kawasaki had the opportunity to work directly with Steve Jobs. He has gone on to be a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, author, startup advisor and evangelist for many great brands and a serial founder himself,” Alejandro Cremades writes for Forbes. “I recently had the...
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“When it comes to Apple device management software solutions the trickle is becoming a flood and the number of service providers is growing exponentially as Macs, iPhones and iPads expand across enterprise IT,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Evidence of this...
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“As one of the world’s richest and most admired companies, we expect a lot from Apple. We expect big-thinking innovation and cutting-edge design,” Jason Cross writes for Macworld. “Perhaps it is because the company does so many things very well that it stings even more...
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“Apple Inc.’s foray into original TV shows and movies is increasing competition with Walt Disney Co., potentially putting Bob Iger’s board seat at the iPhone maker at risk,” Mark Gurman reports for Bloomberg. “Apple has been buying shows and movies at festivals and...
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