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Wednesday February 27, 2019. 07:14 PM
“Though Apple’s March-quarter iPhone shipments will likely be disappointing, there are signs that a recovery is underway, according to an analyst report issued on Wednesda,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider. “‘While March mix is still bad, the tone in the supply chain...
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“Apple’s advertising business is growing up, and the company best known for consumer electronics is borrowing a page from Facebook in how it caters to marketers,” George P. Slefo writes for AdAge. “On Thursday, Apple Search Ads updated its partner page to include Bidalgo as...
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“USB 3.2, which doubles the maximum speed of a USB connection to 20Gb/s, is likely to materialize in systems later this year,” Peter Bright writes for Ars Technica. “In preparation for this, the USB-IF — the industry group that together develops the various USB...
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“Nearly three years after the Federal Bureau of Investigation abandoned an effort to force Apple Inc. to extract data from an encrypted iPhone, technology companies are facing several new efforts from governments fighting for access to digital secrets,” Dustin Volz reports...
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“Nobody holds a candle to Apple when it comes to consumer technology,” The Motley Fool writes. “With its emphasis on minimalist design and a simple user experience, the company has defined product categories like the tablet, the smartwatch, and of course, the smartphone,”...
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“A recent study reveals that most Americans are more interested in iPhones than in devices running Google’s mobile operating system,” Bogdan Popa reports for Softpedia News. “Conducted by Robert W. Baird & Co., the semi-annual survey included 1,500 US consumers who were...
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“Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak doesn’t want to wait for a folding iPhone,” Bloomberg News reports. “‘Apple has been a leader for quite a long time in a few areas such as touch ID, facial ID, and easy payment with the phone,’ Wozniak said in a Bloomberg TV interview. ‘...
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“Apple is currently working on Swift 5.0, the next major version of its the coding language the company first introduced in 2014,” Juli Clover reports for 9to5Mac. “As Apple prepares to release Swift 5.0, Ted Kremenek, who is leading the project, recently sat down for an...
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The Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition announced the creation of a task force dedicated to monitoring competition in U.S. technology markets, investigating any potential anticompetitive conduct in those markets, and taking enforcement actions when warranted....
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Tuesday February 26, 2019. 11:36 PM
“Need a secondary display for use with your Mac — or perhaps simply a display for that new Mac mini? Own an iPad?” Dennis Sellers writes for Apple World Today.If so, you’re in luck because the $79.99 Luna Display can turn an Apple tablet into a wireless second display...
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“The FTC v. Qualcomm trial in San Jose just ended about three weeks ago, and we’re already approaching the Apple & contract manufacturers v. Qualcomm trial in San Diego,” Florian Mueller writes for FOSS Patents. “On Saturday [February 16th], Apple, its four contract...
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“Telecommunications carriers around the world are busy getting ready to deploy 5G — the wireless technology that will usher in lightning-quick speeds and provide faster access to the cloud,” Paul R. La Monica reports for CNN Business. “But the companies that stand to gain...
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“After last week’s privacy blunder involving Google’s Nest home security system, US lawmakers want answers,” Nick Bastone reports for Business Insider. “On Monday, Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi, the Senate Commerce Committee chairman, sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar...
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Via YouTuber a16z: Even though hundreds of millions of people use Apple products every single day, very few people have been able to reveal the secrets and the stories behind designing them. But software engineer Ken Kocienda, who worked there in the final years of the Steve ...
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“Apple Music is apparently coming to Google Home speakers, yet another sign that Apple’s famous walled garden is beginning to show cracks and that Apple is putting its services in front of as many people as possible as hardware device sales slow,” Todd Haselton writes for...
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“Robert W. Baird is more optimistic that Apple will be able to increase its sales and profits from services after a big survey of consumers,” Tae Kim reports for Barron’s. “The firm’s analyst William Power reaffirmed his Outperform rating for Apple stock, citing positive...
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“What should a wrist computer ideally do for you?” Ryan Christoffel writes for MacStories. “Telling the time is a given, and activity tracking has become another default inclusion for that category of gadget. But we’re talking about a computer here, not a simple watch with...
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“Multiple reports suggest that Apple is developing an augmented reality headset or glasses that could be released by 2020 or 2021, and a newly granted Apple patent may provide some broad clues about potential features,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “The U.S. Patent...
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“Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella seems to agree with Apple CEO Tim Cook when it comes to privacy, calling this a ‘fundamental human right,'” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Despite the lack of a successful smartphone franchise, Microsoft is still very much part of...
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“The real showdown between Apple and Qualcomm will take place in San Diego starting April 15, with Apple stressing antitrust, FRAND and patent exhaustion arguments while Qualcomm seeks to emphasize various contracts it used to have or still has in place with Apple and its...
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