MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
acirc
Search

Mac > Mac Daily News

Wednesday March 6, 2019. 04:01 PM
“A function of Intel’s processors dealing with speculative execution has another vulnerability that affects all Intel-based computers including Apple’s Mac, researchers have revealed, with ‘Spoiler’ potentially allowing an attacker the ability to view the layout of memory,...
    2
“Smartwatches are most certainly no longer a fad,” Dan Gallagher writes for Dow Jones Newswires. “Whether their makers can turn them into necessities is the new billion-dollar question. Many billions of dollars, in fact.” “Apple Inc. alone is estimated to have sold $9.9...
    2
“Chinese online retailers have started discounting iPhones for the second time this year as Apple Inc wrestles with a prolonged sales slowdown in the world’s largest smartphone market,” Josh Horwitz reports for Reuters. “Several electronics vendors announced discounts on...
    1
“The departure of Scott Gottlieb from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday is a potential blow to Silicon Valley,” Christina Farr reports for CNBC. “In his two years as commissioner of the FDA, Gottlieb, a doctor and former venture capitalist, gained a reputation...
    1
“In a relatively rare action, Apple in February filed an official objection with the Norwegian Industrial Property Office opposing the registration of a trademark affiliated with that country’s Progress Party, or Fremskrittspartiet, claiming the logo is too similar to its...
    3
“The encryption war is quiet now, but the murky back-and-forth between Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., is far from over,” Patrick Howell O’Neill reports for Gizmodo. “FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Tuesday that the encryption issue is “getting worse and...
    3
Tuesday March 5, 2019. 11:02 PM
“iPhones with aftermarket batteries installed by third-party repair shops are now eligible for service at Genius Bars and Apple Authorized Service Providers, according to an internal Apple document obtained by MacRumors from three reliable sources,” Joe Rossignol reports for ...
    1
The worldwide market for wearable devices grew 31.4% during the fourth quarter of 2018 (Q418), reaching a new high of 59.3 million units according to data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker. Growth in the market was...
    2
“The smart pet market is predicted to become a $22 billion industry by 2025, and the innovations we will see in that market will reach into human lives,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Connected pet care reaches further than services such as PetBnB or Tailwise, which...
    3
“Apple has registered the domain name PrivacyIsImportant.com, according to a WHOIS record discovered by MacRumors. The records indicate that Apple took possession of the domain name on Monday. “The domain name does not yet point to an active website, so it’s unclear if or...
    2
“Apple released the current sleek iMac design in 2012 at its yearly October Mac/iPad event,” Abhay Ram writes for iLounge. “Since then, the company updated the internals of the machine but hasn’t made any changes to the build and design of the same. Also to be noted is...
    4
“Apple and Qualcomm kicked off the latest chapter in a long-running legal battle over patents and licensing agreements in the chipmaker’s hometown of San Diego, California, on Monday,” Richard Nieva reports for CNET. “Qualcomm, which supplies chips and modems for much of the...
    1
“Apple has released iOS 12.2 beta 4 to developers, it comes with a number of notable changes over the past three beta releases,” Andrew O’Hara writes for AppleInsider. “There is a great deal arriving in iOS 12.2 such as Apple News arriving in Canada, and a quartet of new...
    1
“Yesterday (Monday, March 4, 2019) a Qualcomm v. Apple patent infringement trial kicked off in San Diego (Southern District of California),” Florian Mueller writes for FOSS Patent. “Obviously, the jury will get nonjudgmental instructions in accordance with the law from Judge...
    2
“Apple Inc. is expected to wait until 2020 before it releases a 5G version of its iPhone, but even with a time frame that puts a potential launch after rivals such as Samsung, Apple may still struggle to get the necessary components to build the product,” Ryan Vlastelica...
    2
“In 2018, a number of MacBook Pro users — with models from 2016 onwards — discovered a serious design flaw that causes the screen to fail after repeated opening and closing of the laptop over the course of a few years. The ensuing scandal was, of course, dubbed flexgate,...
    2
“Google has publicly disclosed a zero-day flaw in Apple’s macOS after the Cupertino mobe-maker failed to fix the security shortcoming within the ad giant’s 90-day deadline,” Shaun Nichols reports for The Register. “The vulnerability itself is relatively minor in terms of...
    1
“Apple has recently acquired a handful of patents from Lighthouse AI, a defunct home security camera company,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “As reported by IAM, Apple acquired the patent portfolio sometime late in 2018, but the details were only published recently in...
    3
“Apple recently hosted its annual stockholder meeting, during which Tim Cook, who has served as the company’s CEO since 2011, offered some encouraging words about the company’s future product and services pipeline,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. Eassa writes,...
    3
“Foldable phones like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X are coming, whether you’re ready or not. In fact, they’re coming whether they’re ready or not. The software remains untested or nonexistent. The prices are either astronomical or unannounced. But those ...
    3
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2019 Zicos / 440Network
Current Date
Mar, Wed 27 - 00:21 CET