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Friday March 22, 2019. 06:44 PM
“Lite-On Semiconductor, a maker of discrete and analog IC components, is expected to see its second-quarter revenues register a double-digit sequential growth as it will soon kick off volume shipments of GPP (glass passivated package) bridge rectifiers needed for Apple’s...
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“Ahead of Apple’s services-focused event on Monday, Tim Cook is in China this week to meet with developers and visit the Apple Store on Wangfujing Street,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “Cook reportedly visited education company Hongen Education, the Forbidden City, an...
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“Steve Carrell and Jennifer Aniston reunited Thursday on the downtown Los Angeles set of their upcoming Apple series tentatively titled The Morning Show,” Cassie Carpenter reports for The Daily Mail. “The Golden Globe-winning duo previously co-starred as TV reporter Evan Baxt...
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“If Apple has ‘one more thing’ to add at the end of its event on Monday, it might just be something you’ll read or watch in the near future—not the hardware you’ll watch it on,” Lauren Goode writes for Wired. “The event, which was announced via a private online...
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“On Monday, we’ll finally find out where Apple’s billion dollars have gone,” Shara Tibken writes for CNET. “That’s the amount the company earmarked for a video streaming service that it hasn’t yet confirmed is coming. For years, rumors of Apple diving into a market dominated...
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“Markforged, a company that makes industrial 3D printers, today announced that it has closed an $82 million Series D round,” Greg Nichols writes for ZDNet. “That’s a hefty raise for a 3D printer company, and it signifies an important shift in additive manufacturing, long the ...
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“A malvertising campaign has been targeting Macs since at least mid-January, with at least a million machines exposed, security firm Confiant said in a blog posting this week,” Paul Wagenseil reports for Tom’s Guide. “The malicious ads lure users into updating their Adobe Fla...
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“In what has become something of a trend, Apple once again unveiled a few iPad strategy adjustments in March,” Neil Cybart writes for Seeking Alpha. “This year’s changes include an update to the 7.9-inch iPad mini and altering the 10.5-inch iPad Pro to arrive at a...
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“Apple Inc. signed Vox to be part of an upcoming subscription service for newspaper and magazine readers, according to a person familiar with the matter, adding the popular explainer website to a lineup that’s due to be announced next week,” Mark Gurman reports for Bloomber...
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Thursday March 21, 2019. 10:01 PM
“When Facebook and its family of apps experienced a daylong malfunction last week, millions of people got a taste of what life would be like if the social network were out of their lives for good,” Brian X. Chen reports for The New York Times. “I can tell you more about...
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“Hundreds of millions of Facebook users had their account passwords stored in plain text and searchable by thousands of Facebook employees — in some cases going back to 2012, KrebsOnSecurity has learned,” Brian Krebs reports for KrebsOnSecurity. “Facebook says an ongoing in...
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“Microsoft is bringing its Windows Defender anti-malware application to macOS — and more platforms in the future — as it expands the reach of its Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) platform,” Peter Bright reports for Ars Technica. “To reflect the new cross-platform...
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“Apple has acquired a small Italian startup called Stamplay, according to a new report from local newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “Stamplay was founded in 2012 with a specialization in cloud development and API-based backend development —...
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“Amid launch rumors that Apple is preparing to release the AirPower sometime soon, the Cupertino company has finally secured the rights to the AirPower trademark,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. It wasn’t easy. “To get the AirPower trademark, Apple had to jump through...
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“Apple Inc is at the forefront of researching how wearable electronic devices may improve healthcare,” Todd Campbell writes for Seeking Alpha. “With the help of Stanford Medicine, it launched a first-in-kind study two years ago to find out if Apple Watches can identify a...
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“Based on source code from the AirPods page of Apple’s website in Australia, MacRumors has uncovered what appears to be a new image of the AirPower with an iPhone XS and the new AirPods wireless charging case on it, providing yet more evidence that Apple still plans to...
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“A brief hands-on video published online has confirmed our biggest fear about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Fold and its foldable screen: The crease is really visible,” Raymond Wong writes for Mashable. “Samsung didn’t allow any members of the media to touch the Galaxy Fold at it...
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“President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration’s tariffs on Chinese imports could stay in place indefinitely until Beijing complies with a still-developing trade deal — which the president said ‘is coming along nicely,'” Jacob Pramuk reports for CNBC....
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“Stocks rose on Thursday as Apple and Micron surged to lead the tech sector higher,” Fred Imbert reports for CNBC. “The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 200 points higher as a 3.6 percent gain in Apple offset a decline in J.P. Morgan Chase. The S&P 500 traded 0.8 percent...
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“White-hat hackers at a security conference in Vancouver have found two zero-day Safari exploits, one of which allowed them to escalate their privileges to the point that they were able to completely take over the Mac,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “The first exploit...
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