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Monday November 28

13:09
AT&T’s DirecTV Now streaming TV service...

AT&T has officially unveiled details about its upcoming streaming TV service called DirecTV Now. The company first announced the subscription video service back in March, promising “on-demand and live programming from many networks, plus premium add-on options” over the Internet similar to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue. Details on pricing and availability have been limited until now.

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13:00
Some MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini Models...

An anonymous reader writes: Apple will add certain MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini models to its list of vintage and obsolete products starting next month, which means the products will lose official Apple repair support through the company's retail stores and authorized resellers. Kicking in on December 31, 2016, the MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011) and MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011) will become vintage and obsolete in all markets where applicable, while the Mac mini (Early 2009) and MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2009) will become obsolete worldwide on the same date.


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12:55
'No Man's Sky' files hint at upcoming...

When Hello Games said that its No Man's Sky Foundation Update was laying the groundwork for things to come, it definitely wasn't kidding. Reddit user eegandj has discovered multiple files that hint at the addition of a buggy to the open-ended space g...

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12:54
Gear: Nomad Vulcanized LSR Silicone Strap for Apple...

Nomad’s Vulcanized LSR Silicone Strap ($40) is a newer band option for Apple Watch, from one of the most interesting Apple Watch developers out there. The silicone strap is currently only available for the 42mm Apple Watch, though customers can choose from silver or black stainless steel hardware to best match their Watch color.

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12:41
Need Wired Networking on Your Touch Bar MacBook Pro...

The new Touch Bar MacBook Pro doesn’t include an Ethernet port—just like Apple’s other laptops—and despite the company’s long list of adapters, it doesn’t make a USB-C to Ethernet dongle. Apple offers Belkin’s USB-C to Gigabit Ethernet adapter but it’s back ordered 7 to 10 weeks, which isn’t much help if you need one now. Anker, however, is selling one on Amazon that’s shipping now, and it’s less expensive than Belkin’s at US$22.99 instead of $26. Anker has a solid reputation, which is why I already ordered mine. Bonus: Amazon Prime members get two-day free shipping.


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12:38
Apple killing it in India: grabs first place with 66...




Apple crushed Samsung in the emerging market for premium smartphones in India during October, taking a leading 66 percent share of sales. Samsung's second place accounted for 23 percent of sales from Galaxy S7 and similar phones, while Google--which has made the subcontinent a focus--took 10 percent of sales. Only 1 percent was attributed to other makers.

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12:37
ClamXav 2.11 - Virus checker based on ClamAV.

ClamXav is a popular virus checker for OS X.

I have been working on ClamXav for more than 10 years now, and over those years, I have invested a huge amount of my own time and energy into bringing ClamXav to where it is today -- one of the most trusted and recommended anti-virus solutions for the Mac. In the past, other priorities got in the way and I wasn't able to focus on development as much as I would have liked, but that stops now. ClamXav is now a commercial product. It's being sold through a new company (Canimaan Software Ltd) but don't let that fool you -- I'm still the owner and lead developer.



Version 2.11:

  • Faster engine installation
  • Improved speed of virus definition updates
  • Improved feedback during virus definition updates
  • Fixed issue where ClamXav was sometimes unable to remove Firefox extensions
  • Fixed issue that caused confusion when an infected item shows up twice in the...
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12:31
Amazon plans major crackdown on counterfeit sellers...




Not long after related Apple efforts, Amazon is about to embark on eliminating counterfeit vendors from its online store -- making it a major focus for 2017, a report said on Monday.

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12:25
San Francisco transit hackers threaten to expose data

Looks like San Francisco refused to give in to transit system hackers trying to hold the city for ransom. In a conversation with Motherboard, the attackers (still going by "Andy Saolis") have threatened to expose 30GB of Muni databases and documents...

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12:12
How to disable calendar invite spam on your iPhone,...

An apparently huge number of iOS and macOS users received calendar invite spam starting late last week. If you began seeing an invitation to an event in your calendar listings for Ugg Boots, Ray-Ban sunglasses, and other products, it’s because spammers took advantage of a long-available feature in iCloud that extracts invites from email and presents them as notifications in calendar apps.

The ones I received were set as a repeating event, making the invitation show up on every day of my calendar. Some users started receiving this spam weeks ago, but the distribution accelerated only around November 23 or 24. I’ve found scattered references as far back as August.

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12:06
Fantastical 2.3.1 - Create calendar events and...

Fantastical 2 is the Mac calendar you'll actually enjoy using. Creating an event with Fantastical is quick, easy, and fun:

  • Open Fantastical with a single click or keystroke
  • Type in your event details and press return

...and you're back to what you were doing with a shiny new event in your calendar!

Fantastical's natural-language engine is expressive and intelligent, so you can write in your own style. Fantastical also automatically recognizes the location of your event and can even invite people from your Contacts to the event.



Version 2.3.1:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11.5 or later

  • Touch Bar support for the new MacBook Pro
  • New Add Detected Invitees option (⌘⌥⇧I) to automatically add invitees detected in a sentence (for example, "Lunch meeting with John tomorrow at 12:30pm")
  • Added option to complete reminder when clicking and holding on the Snooze...
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12:02
StallDesk on Kickstarter, Standing Desk Below $200

Check out StällDesk on Kickstarter. This project is for a standing desk made from high-quality—and very attractive—plywood called ApplePly. The retail price for this desk will be $199, but there are currently early bird funding options left at $129 that will get you one. The thing that first grabbed me about this desk is that it’s gorgeous. The shape is sleek and elegant, and the finish is beautiful. It’s adjustable, and you assemble/disassemble it without using screws. It’s also very strong, courtesy of ApplePly. Check out the project’s page for images of people standing on it. Also check out the closeup images of the StällDesk itself to see the fit and finish. The company is raising $20,000 for custom runs of ApplePly and new tooling, and the desks are being made in Colorado.


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12:02
QuarkXPress 12.2.1.0 - Desktop publishing solution;...

QuarkXPress 2016 builds on the success of its predecessor, which 66% of users (in an online poll) rated as the best version of QuarkXPress ever. With its 64-bit architecture, QuarkXPress 2016 delivers outstanding performance across the board, from file handling and layout rendering to PDF export. Add in a raft of innovative new capabilities and long-requested features, and you have a winning combination for creatives who only want the best.

Features

  • Convert PDF, Illustrator, and EPS Files to Native QuarkXPress Objects - Say goodbye to time-consuming projects (think rebuilding logos and reconstructing PDF files sent by your clients). QuarkXPress is the first layout application to import PDF, Illustrator and EPS files and convert them to native objects (restrictions apply). Look forward to fully editable Bezier versions of vector graphics, real text and automatically extracted colors and font information.
  • Copy-...
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12:01
Some MacBook Pro, MacBook Air & Mac mini models...

Apple will add certain MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini models to its list of vintage and obsolete products starting next month, which means the products will lose official Apple repair support through the company’s retail stores and authorized resellers.

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11:34
First wave of Apple holiday email advertising hits,...




As part of its holiday promotions, Apple is advertising deals for musicians and music lovers, with similarly curated emails coming for other interests soon.

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11:28
Uber's self-driving car partner skirted state...

Remember how Otto demonstrated a self-driving big rig truck without anyone in the cabin, making a great case for its eventual acquisition by Uber? It turns out that the company knowingly broke the rules, according to Backchannel... but also didn't ha...

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11:15
Secrets: A free secure password manager for Mac and...

Secrets is now Free on the App Store! Secrets is a simple, secure password manager for Mac and iOS. It leverages industry standard encryption algorithms to provide secure storage and macOS and iOS native features to facilitate automatic filling of logins in the browser.

Version 2.0 is the culmination of months of testing in the real world. Bugs have been squashed, important features have been added and polish has been applied throughout. With this new version you can use Secrets and all of its features for Free with up to 10 items.

Download it now on the App Store or the Mac App Store...

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11:03
Survey Says: The Number One Desired Tech Toy for...

Piper Jaffray's retail survey of 1,000 customers found that the number one gift people want this Christmas is a new iPhone. The number two gift was a new MacBook, though no particular model was noted. A distant third on the list was an Xbox. The top 10 Holiday Wish List is presented below in full. About Making Comments on our...

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11:00
Pros and cons: Our quick verdict on Google Home

It was only a matter of time before Google came out with something to compete with the Amazon Echo: After all, Google too has deep experience with both voice commands and search. Indeed, one of the things we like best about the new Google Home hub is...

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10:54
Review: JBL Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate...

{image1} To JBL’s credit, the UA HR is full-featured and comes with a nice complement of accessories. Included in the box are a perfectly sized silicone carrying case, four sizes of ear tips, a charging cable, and a voucher for a 12-month subscription to MapMyRun. In addition, the headphones can work with Under Armour’s free (but very busy) Record app, which can track your sleep, nutrition, workouts, weight, mood, and fitness goals, and post it…

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10:50
50 blogging tools to help you work smarter, write...

I don’t know about irresistible but there are several tools on this list that some of you may be able to use to help your blogging in the New Year.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:47
Podcast 535: So long to AirPort?

There’s plenty to be thankful for in the Mac world, even if the rumor about Apple getting out of the AirPort game turns out to be true. Apple is lowering the rates for streaming video apps, which should help flesh out the TV.app we’re anticipating this December.

But it wouldn’t be a podcast if we didn’t find things to complain about, or freaky security stories. This week has both, from a tale of Safari malware to iCloud syncing call history on the sly, to a proof-of-concept hack that’s basically the dongle of death.

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10:41
Apple rolling out iOS 10.2 beta 4 for developer...

Apple is rolling out the fourth developer beta version of iOS 10.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 10.2 includes several upcoming features like new Unicode 9.0 emoji, three new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus wallpapers, a new TV app, additional camera features, new Messages screen effects, and more.

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10:40
Apple rolling out fourth watchOS 3.1.1 developer...

Apple is rolling out the fourth watchOS 3.1.1 beta for developers testing the pre-release software update for Apple Watch. watchOS 3.1.1 includes support for new Unicode 9.0 emoji as well as the ability to change skin tones when picking certain emoji characters.

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10:37
Amazon goes a step further to battle counterfeit...

Amazon is getting even more serious about preventing the sale of counterfeit goods on its site. According to Bloomberg, the online retail giant is organizing teams in the US and Europe that will work with major brands to establish a registry of reco...

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10:33
Apple issues fourth developer betas of iOS 10.2,...




Apple on Monday provided registered developers with new pre-release builds of three to test on three its four major platforms: iOS, macOS, and watchOS.

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10:28
TMO Daily Observations 2016-11-28: 2017 iPhone...

Apple may have some big changes in store for the 2017 iPhone model. Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to offer up their thoughts on a 3D camera, thinner display bezel, and removing the Home button, plus Bryan has a tip on dealing with spam invitations in the Calendar app.


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10:27
News: Apple releases fourth betas of iOS 10.2,...

Apple has seeded the fourth betas of iOS 10.2 and watchOS 3.1.1 to developers today. It’s now likely that iOS 10.2 will get its full public release soon, possibly next week. We’ll update with any noteworthy findings from the betas....

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10:25
Apple Seeds Fourth macOS Sierra 10.12.2 Beta to...

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of the upcoming macOS Sierra 10.12.2 update to developers, two weeks after releasing the third 10.12.2 beta and a month after the public release of macOS 10.12.1.

macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta 4 is available for download through the Apple Developer Center or through the software update mechanism in the Mac App Store.

macOS Sierra 10.12.2 includes new emoji, introducing Unicode 9 characters like clown face, selfie, face palm, fox face, owl, shark, butterfly, avocado, pancakes, croissant, bacon and more, plus many profession emoji are available in both male and female genders. Apple has also updated the artwork on many existing emoji, adding detail and design elements to make them look less cartoonish...

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10:23
Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of iOS 10.2 to Developers

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming iOS 10.2 update to developers, two weeks after seeding the third beta of iOS 10.2 and a month after releasing iOS 10.1, the first major update to iOS 10.

Registered developers can download the fourth iOS 10.2 beta from the Apple Developer Center and it should be available over-the-air soon.

iOS 10.2 introduces new emoji, such as clown face, drooling face, selfie, face palm, fox face, owl, shark, butterfly, avocado, pancakes, croissant, and more. There are more than a hundred new emoji, including several profession emoji available in both male and female genders, such as firefighter, mechanic, lawyer,...

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10:22
Apple releases macOS 10.12.2 beta 4 for developers

Apple has released macOS 10.12.2 beta 4 for Mac. The new update follows the initial macOS 10.12.2 beta at the end of October and multiple additional builds since. Today’s build comes in at version 16C53a, up from 16C48b, and is available from the Mac App Store.

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10:19
How AI Could End Stupid Thanksgiving Arguments


I'm writing this before Thanksgiving, which I used to hate and now don't -- largely because I no longer spend the day arguing with family. I've been listening to a lot of friends and relatives dread this year's event because of political discussions that are likely to occur. I have no doubt that both sides will use fake news, quotes taken out of context, and false facts to make their points to the annoyance of those of us who just want to have a nice big meal and then drop into a food coma for a few happy hours afterward.

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10:16
Netflix's 'White Rabbit Project'...

White Rabbit Project isn't an official continuation of the Mythbusters franchise, but it's pretty darn close. The show stars former Mythbusters members Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara, and it's set to premiere on Netflix on December 9th. T...

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10:00
Register now for “Incubators: Innovation is not...

You may have a billion-dollar idea, but without the proper execution it won’t be worth a cent. With incubators walking the fine line between risk and reward with their investments, creating an environment that encourages innovation with less financial risk may be key to your next big success.

Join us for the next episode of Modern Workplace, “Incubators: Innovation is not enough; you must execute,” airing December 13, 2016 at 8 a.m. PST / 4 p.m. GMT. In this episode, learn how to think like an innovation lab while leveraging the wisdom of incubators.

  • Executive director of Lowe’s Innovation Labs, Kyle Nel, shares how innovation has propelled their business into creating new successes and provides strategies for transforming ideas into action.
  • Innovation expert and Stanford University professor, Dr. Hayagreeva “...
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09:54
9to5Toys Lunch Break: up to $200 off 12-inch MacBook...


Well, the day has finally arrived. Just about all of the most notable Black Friday deals are now live. Head below for the best deals of the year on Apple products, TVs, media streamers, displays, games, accessories and much more:

TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and ...

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09:53
News: WSJ: Apple weighing cost of OLED iPhone,...

Apple is asking suppliers to scale up their production of OLED displays and submit samples for a curved-screen iPhone that could debut next year, The Wall Street Journal reports. But people familiar with the discussions said the OLED iPhone is far from a done deal, claiming the model is just one of more than 10 prototypes under consideration, and that there are growing concerns that the cost of the new screen might outweigh the benefits. Analysts…

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09:53
Diamonds convert nuclear waste into clean batteries

Nuclear waste is normally a major environmental headache, but it could soon be a source of clean energy. Scientists have developed a method of turning that waste into batteries using diamond. If you encapsulate short-range radioactive material in a h...

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09:33
Spigen’s new ultimate iPhone car mount w/ telescopic...

Spigen’s new ultimate AP12T universal car mount features a super low-profile design with a telescopic arm and a rotating phone mount to let you adjust your device in just about any direction. You can adjust the length of the arm to extend out up to 9.2 inches from the base, or keep it more compact at 5 inches when retracted, and you can tilt and rotate the phone itself to get an ideal viewing angle for your specific car’s dash. You can see it in action in the video below. 

The phone will also rotate to work into both landscape and portrait orientations, and it folds down into itself to have the lowest-profile possible and reduce any obstruction to your view of the road while driving. A self adjusting smartphone holder means the mount will automatically open and lock to the width of your phone for easy one-handed docking. It will attach to both a windshield or dash (except for leather...

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09:30
The 12 best tech gifts for the entertainer in your...

You know the type: Someone who loves throwing parties. In fact, you will probably partake of egg nog and sugar cookies in their home before the season is up. So why not get them something that helps them do what they do best: entertain. If your frien...

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09:28
‘Waning demand for the iPhone’ seems to be a myth

Despite concerns about waning demand for the Phone, the device is still the must-have holiday gift, analyst Gene Munster told CNBC on Monday.

The Piper Jaffray managing director said on "Squawk Box" that a survey of 1,000 consumers conducted by his firm's retail team over the past month showed the iPhone was even more sought after this year, as Cyber Monday gets underway with Black Friday and the long Thanksgiving shopping weekend in the rearview mirror.

"The percentage of people who wanted an iPhone [was 7.2%]. That was the No. 1 requested gift. It was [5.2%] in 2015," Munster said, referring to the findings of Piper Jaffray's fifth annual Holiday Spending Intentions Survey.

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09:20
Apple's Next iPhone Could Have a Curved Screen...

Apple's 2017 iPhone lineup might include a model with a curved screen similar to Samsung's Edge devices, according to people familiar with the matter who spoke with the Wall Street Journal (paywalled). Apple's suppliers told the paper that they were asked to "increase output of thinner organic light emitting displays and submit prototype screens with better resolution than ones from Samsung." From a report on The Verge (since WSJ is paywalled): But with that in mind, the company is also reportedly considering more than 10 prototypes, so a curved display might not make it to market. We've heard this rumor before when it was coupled with the idea that at least one of Apple's new phones would include an OLED display.


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09:11
Sling TV to start beta-testing cloud DVR functions...




Starting sometime in December, Dish-owned Sling TV will begin beta-testing cloud DVR functions, closing an important gap with its main competitor in internet TV, Sony's PlayStation Vue.

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09:11
WSJ: OLED screens could be coming to the next iPhone

Enlarge / The OLED-toting Google Pixel (left) next to the iPhone 7 Plus' LCD panel. (credit: Ron Amadeo)

The iPhone 7 is just a couple of months old, which means that we are due for a fresh round of rumors about next year's model. Today The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is testing out "more than 10" different prototypes—presumably this includes not just next year's phone, but prototypes for phones beyond that as well as some that will never see the light of day—and that at least one of those prototypes includes a...

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09:00
Virtual communication with Office 2016 and Windows 10

Lead highly interactive remote meetings using voice, video and screen sharing.

An online immersion session is not your typical online event. Each 90-minute interactive session starts with an online roundtable discussing your business challenges and then launches you into a live environment in the cloud. A skilled facilitator will guide you through simulated business scenarios that are customized to your interests.

We will send you a link to connect your own device to a remote desktop loaded with our latest and greatest technology, so you can experience first-hand how Microsoft tools can solve your biggest challenges in a collaborative, fun environment.

Online immersion sessions help you discover how to:

  • Keep information secure while being productive—Make it easier to work securely and maintain compliance without inhibiting your workflow.
  • Capture, review and share notes from anywhere—Boost your team’s...
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09:00
3-Hour Deal: Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro (128GB,...




For the next few hours only, or until supplies run out, Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo is offering the lowest price we've ever seen on Apple's brand new 9.7" iPad Pro (128GB, Wi-Fi + 4G LTE, Rose Gold) at $629 with free shipping an no sales tax outside NY.

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09:00
A deeper look at Skype for Business integration with...

We recently announced deeper integration of Skype for Business with iOS devices using Apple’s CallKit framework, which enables a better experience for Skype for Business calls on the iPhone. The CallKit API with iOS 10 enables Skype for Business calls to work the same way as the native calling experience on iOS, allowing you to seamlessly extend your personal device as a business phone.

Answer Skype for Business calls from lock screen

Now, iPhone users can accept an incoming Skype for Business call right from the lock screen. There is no need to unlock the phone or launch the Skype for Business app to receive the call. Skype for Business calls will appear and behave just as regular cellular calls do—including being able to see the caller’s name on the lock screen. When you need to, you can also get to the app from the calling interface with just one touch.

Handle Skype for Business calls like any other call

This integration also allows you to switch...

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09:00
New Beta Downloads Now Available

New beta downloads are now available that you can use to test apps for the latest release of macOS, iOS, and watchOS.

  • macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta 4 (16C53a)
  • iOS 10.2 beta 4 (14C82)
  • watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4 (14S879)

View all downloads.

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09:00
New Beta Downloads Now Available

New beta downloads are now available that you can use to test apps for the latest release of macOS, iOS, and watchOS.

  • macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta 4 (16C53a)
  • iOS 10.2 beta 4 (14C82)
  • watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4 (14S879)

View all downloads.

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09:00
The best space heater

By Séamus Bellamy

This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its...

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08:58
Next iPhone May Sport 3D Camera

Apple’s 2017 iPhone refresh may sport dual-camera 3D photo support based on LG Innotek camera technology. That sounds pretty cool and could be a sign Apple is ready to add adjustable depth of field and 3D image support to the iPhone lineup.


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08:52
Castro podcast player app adds CarPlay, iOS 10...

Castro, an inbox-based podcast player for iPhone, today released a major update (version 2.2) with a handful of new features. Along with a 20% price cut, the update headlines the addition of CarPlay, a new widget for the iOS 10 lock screen, 3D Touch Quick Actions, and more.

Get Castro for $3.99 in the App Store, but note it is only available for iPhone — there is no iPad or Mac counterpart. Here’s a look at what’s new in the latest update …

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08:29
Latest Apple headquarters drone video depicts carbon...




While a company move-in date has not yet been established, the latest drone flight footage from the construction site shows a near-complete solar installation on several structures including the main headquarters, and depicts the largest carbon fiber roof in the world on the auditorium.

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08:28
Cyber Monday Sales Live for iPhones, Macs, iPads,...

For those who missed out on last week's Black Friday deals, or remain on the lookout for a few more gift ideas, Cyber Monday offers a number of online and in-store discounts on a wide range of Apple-related products and accessories. Most deals will remain available through the end of day on Monday, November 28.

Best Buy

Best Buy has a collection of Apple products on sale for Cyber Monday, with free shipping on all orders and free in-store pickup options available for customers.

iPhone

- iPhone 7 (32 GB) for $1 with activation and a two-year contract on Verizon: Black,...

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08:07
Apple's Chinese Competitors Huawei, Oppo and...

We reported earlier today that Apple may delay their curved glass iPhone due to a lack of OLED suppliers that could fill the demand for such a design. Apple isn't alone in seeing problems for OLED supply as their Chinese competitors are thinking of forming an OLED alliance ...

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07:59
Anti-drone gun takes down targets from 1.2 miles away

There are numerous systems built to take down wayward or dangerous drones, but they tend to have one big catch: you need to be relatively close to the drone, which could be scary if the robotic aircraft is packing explosives. DroneShield thinks it c...

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07:45
GIMP 2.8.18 - Powerful, free image editing...

GIMP is a multi-platform photo manipulation tool. GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. The GIMP is suitable for a variety of image manipulation tasks, including photo retouching, image composition, and image construction.

GIMP has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc.

GIMP is expandable and extensible. It is designed to be augmented with plug-ins and extensions to do just about anything. The advanced scripting interface allows everything from the simplest task to the most complex image manipulation procedures to be easily scripted.



Version 2.8.18:

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.



  • OS X 10.6 or later



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07:44
Workflow 1.6 for iOS adds features and redesign to...




Workflow's new 1.6 release continues the app's increasing list of capabilities and makes visual refinements to its most-used tools, and is aiming to attract people who are new to automation. AppleInsider examines the new version in detail.

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07:42
Rumor: Apple testing out more than 10 different...

The next-gen iPhone prototypes are here.

And they are both varied.

A number of sources have claimed Apple will launch its first iPhone with a curved OLED display next year.

A new report claims an OLED version could be introduced as one of several new iPhone models unveiled next year, but it would have a higher price tag than current iPhone models.

OLED displays are thinner, lighter, and allow for flexible designs, but can also retail for up to $50 more expensive to produce than traditional LCD displays.

The advantage comes in that OLED displays can be more energy efficient than LCD displays and do not require a backlight to illuminate the screen. When displaying black pixels, OLED displays are completely...

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07:27
Sling TV debuts cloud DVR to combat PlayStation Vue

While Dish's Sling TV impressed us as a streaming television alternative for cord cutters (and it's gotten even better over time), rival service PlayStation Vue has had one major advantage from the start: cloud DVR. But that won't last for long. Slin...

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07:24
∞ 1977 ad for the Apple II computer

[VIDEO]: Interesting that this ad was not put out by Apple. Does this qualify as the very first Apple TV ad?

This has been out for quite a while, but new to me, thought you’d enjoy it. Might want to turn down your volume first.

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07:20
∞ Apple Campus 2, latest drone footage

[VIDEO]: First things first, as you can see from the video (via 9to5mac), things are getting close to completion. In a month or so, we’ll start to see employees moving into this space.

Interestingly, this video was posted by Sexton Videography, unlike all the previous flyovers we’ve been posting, which were by Matthew Roberts. Could be Matthew Roberts posting under a new name, but the feel, especially of the titles, makes me think this is a competing effort. Add in the fact that Matthew typically posts on the first of each month and this popped up a few days ago.

The more the merrier?

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07:20
The Mac App Store Is Full of Scams

Over the years, Apple may have improved security, filters, and screening process of apps for its Mac's App Store, but even today things the quality of fraudulent apps continue to not only seep through its gatekeepers, but often times outnumber the good apps. How To Geek did some investigation over this and published the findings yesterday in a story titled, "Don't Be Fooled: The Mac App Store Is Full of Scams". It didn't take long for the publication to find scam apps on Apple's marquee app store for Mac computers. A search for "Microsoft Excel", for instance, returns "Office Bundle" made by a third-party. The app offers templates -- and just that -- for $30. Same is the case with any Office suite application. This might not seem as a real problem to many, but as How to Geek points out, there is one more problem: almost all these apps have icons and title names that are similar to those of Microsoft's, and Apple has had no issues with that. From the article: Let's be blunt: these...

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07:08
∞ Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 2, a hole in Apple’s TV...

From Joe Steel’s review of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 2:

Amazon currently has the 2nd generation Fire TV Stick on sale for $29.99, that’s $10 off the normal price, and an unbeatable bargain.

Read the main Loop post to learn more and see why this is a real hole in the Apple TV product line.

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07:00
AI can create videos of the future

Loads of devices can preserve moments on camera, but what if you could capture situations that were about to happen? It's not as far-fetched as you might think. MIT CSAIL researchers have crafted a deep learning algorithm that can create videos showi...

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06:58
WaterField Designs unveils Staad Attache for new...

WaterField Designs’ Staad Attache for the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is now available.

"The Staad Attache for tablets and laptops is designed for professionals who want a bag more formal than a messenger but more edgy than a briefcase," says WaterField Designs oowner Gary Waterfield. 

A customized internal pocket protects the 15-inch MacBook Pro with dense foam on all sides and is covered by a scratch-free liner. Two interior pockets keep accessories within reach. The Staad's slim main compartment features a gold liner enabling users to quickly spot individual contents. A large front pocket opens on two sides with sleek waterproof zippers and includes a scratch-free interior pocket for the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.

A black ballistic or waxed canvas base sports a full-grain, distressed leather flap. A clip developed by the military — once used to instantly access ammunition — opens the bag with a "quick flick." A...

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06:56
Apple Planning Bezel-Free 10.9" iPad Pro With 9...

Apple has a nearly bezel-free 10.9-inch iPad Pro under development without a Home button, according to Japanese website Mac Otakara.

The report, citing sources within Apple's supply chain, said the bezel-free design will allow for the 10.9-inch model to have the same overall footprint as the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro. A top bezel will remain in order to provide space for the front-facing FaceTime camera, according to supply chain sources cited.

The much-rumored 10.9-inch model will also be marginally thicker at 7.5mm, the same depth as the original iPad Air. The current 9.7-inch iPad Pro measures 6.1mm thick. The next 12.9-inch model will also be 0.3mm thicker at 7.2mm, while a rumored 7.9-inch iPad Pro will allegedly likely have the same dimensions as the iPad mini 4.

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06:56
CNN buys Casey Neistat's Beme video-sharing app...




CNN has reportedly acquired Beme, the video-sharing app co-founded by YouTube celebrity Casey Neistat -- with plans to turn it into a much bigger project.

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06:56
How to check if your iPhone 6s is eligible for Apple...

When Apple announced an iPhone 6s battery replacement program last week, identifying select models that might be eligible for a free repair due to unexpected shutdowns, it only specified manufacturing dates for potentially affected devices. It recommended customers take a trip to an Apple store or authorized reseller if they are experiencing issues to check if they are eligible for a repair. But there’s a quick and easy way to check if your device is eligible at home, using the same process that Apple repair staff will be using in stores…

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06:49
Apple prototyping hi-res curved-screen model as...

A report in the WSJ backs an earlier suggestion that Apple may be planning a hi-res curved-screen iPhone next year, possibly as a new top tier handset known as an iPhone Pro. The company is said to have gotten as far as prototyping the new device.

We’ve been hearing rumors for some time now of a third iPhone tier next year. The majority of these reports suggest that the top-tier model will be distinguished by an OLED screen while the two other models remain for now on IPS LCD – but we have heard one previous credible report of a curved-screen model …

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06:49
New bezel-less 10.9-inch iPad said to be same...




New reports circulating about an iPad refresh in 2016 point to a 3m thicker 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and bezel-less 10.9-inch iPad with the same thickness as last generation's 9.7-inch model, eschewing Apple's normal drive for thinner products as they evolve.

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06:49
CNN snaps up Casey Neistat's video sharing app...

In the hopes of bringing in a younger audience, CNN has acquired the social video sharing app Beme, which was most notably the brainchild of YouTube star Casey Neistat. Beme, which let you quickly shoot and upload four-second videos, will be shut dow...

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06:38
News: Rumor: iPad Pro to ditch bezels, making 10.9”...

Apple’s next iPad Pro release will feature a mostly bezel-less 10.9” model that’s the same size as the current 9.7” version, according to Macotakara. An “informed source in Taiwan” said that bezel will remain in the top portion of the device—where the FaceTime camera is located—but will be eliminated along the sides and the bottom, displacing the home button entirely. The source said the new tablet will…

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06:36
Apple’s iPad maintains its tablet leadership in...

According to figures published by International Data Corporation (IDC), 8.2 million tablets were shipped into Western Europe in the third quarter of 2016 (3Q16), for a 6.7% decline year-over-year (YoY). The main trends in the quarter were the ongoing expansion of detachables (IDC considers the iPad Pro a detachable) and the penetration of tablets in the commercial segment.

Detachables posted a solid 48.4% increase YoY, while the commercial segment grew 13.1% YoY. Detachable devices, especially those targeting the commercial segment, are normally positioned at higher price bands, due to the specification requirements in the space. As a result, the number of devices in the over-€600 price band in Western Europe grew 66.7% YoY, accounting for 10.6% of the total tablet market in 3Q16. The total value of the market grew 4.8% YoY to €2.5 billion, despite the overall market unit decrease.

"The increasing penetration of detachables, particularly in the commercial space, is...

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06:32
Sketch 41.2 - Design app for UX/UI designer creating...

Sketch is an innovative and fresh look at vector drawing for the Mac. Its intentionally minimalist design is based upon a drawing space of unlimited size and layers, free of palettes, panels, menus, windows, and controls. Though simple to use, it offers powerful vector drawing and text tools like perfect Boolean operations, symbols, and powerful rulers, guides, and grids.



Version 41.2:

  • Fixes a bug when copying-and-pasting Symbols with nested overrides



  • OS X 10.10 or later



Download Now]]>

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06:28
TrailRunner 3.8.823 - Route planning for hiking,...

TrailRunner is the perfect companion for runners, bikers, hikers, and all people wandering under the sky. Plan routes on a geographical map. Import GPS or workout recordings and journalize your activities in a diary.

Features

  • View maps and elevation data from Internet mapping services like USGS topo maps.
  • Import GPS recordings from Trails, iTrail and 321Run for iPhone.
  • Import workouts from the Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
  • Import tracks and workouts from GPS fitness devices like the Garmin ForeRunner or Garmin Edge.
  • Import/Export TCX, GPX, and KML files.
  • Describe favorite tracks and rate them with iTunes stars.
  • Plan routes interactively or automatically for a given distance.
  • Export route directions onto your iPod.
  • Journalize workouts in a diary, see your progress in a history chart.
  • Publish a WebLog to MobileMe.

Note: While the software...

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06:28
Uber's app no longer works in China

Uber has parted ways with its Chinese subsidiary, which is going to prove problematic for tourists looking to hail a ride in the Middle Kingdom. As part of the deal that saw Uber China merge with Didi Chuxing, the global Uber app has been disentangle...

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06:24
LinkOptimizer for Adobe InDesign now supports...

Zevrix Solutions has announced LinkOptimizer 5.0.12, a compatibility update to its workflow automation solution for Adobe InDesign.

LinkOptimizer allows users to reduce the size of InDesign links and speed up processing by eliminating excess image data. The software also performs image adjustments, converts file formats and helps repurpose InDesign files for web and mobile devices. Version 5.0.12 makes LinkOptimizer compatible with the 2017 release of InDesign CC featured as part of Adobe Creative Cloud.

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06:24
MTR 5.1.0.2 - The Mac's oldest and smartest DVD...

MTR (was MacTheRipper)--the Mac's oldest and smartest DVD-backup app.

  • MTR -- the complete toolbox, not a one-trick, point-and-click extractor. MTR is intended for making fair-use, backup copies of discs which you've purchased legally.
  • Four Extraction Modes: the ISO image, Rip&Rebuild (RnR) for VTS-level editing, Main Feature, and the specialized Batch Title Extraction. In addition, there are five error-correction modes. Edit bad cells before the rip--not afterwards--with RnR. (There's always another way to peel this grape!)
  • For challenging discs, a stand-alone application DVDProbe, for deeper analysis before (not during) extraction. Available in all Extraction modes.
  • Multiple, simultaneous extractions with chained DVD drives. Each extraction with its own Mode, settings, and save location. (This feature requires at least 2GB of the machine memory.)
  • A top-to-bottom rewrite of the entire...
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06:21
iPads and MacBook Airs among the most popular items...

Adobe reports that the most popular items sold online during Black Friday (Nov. 25) included iPads, MacBook Airs, Lego A/S building sets, Razor electric scooters, flying drones, Mattel Barbie dolls, and Samsung 4K television sets. U.S. consumers spent a record US$3.3 billion online the day after Thanksgiving.

The five top selling electronic products on Black Friday were iPads, Samsung 4k TVs, MacBook Airs, LG TVs and Microsoft Xbox. Mobile is driving the majority of visits to retail websites on Black Friday at 55% (45 percent coming from smartphones, 10% from tablets), while accounting for 36% of sales (25% smartphones, 11% tablets). The average order value (AOV) on iOS smartphones ($142) was higher compared to Android smartphones ($130). 

Adobe’s Black Friday report is based on aggregated and anonymous data from 22.6...

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06:20
Jason Snell: All the Ways I Automate

Jason Snell, writing for iMore:

Scripting and automation have been in the conversation lately, owing to Apple’s reported disbanding of the macOS team responsible for them and the departure of scripting advocate Sal Soghoian from the company last month.

They sounds like arcane, abstract concepts. And to be sure, scripting and automation are the sort of feature that’s used by more like 5% of users rather than 50%. But in pondering Apple’s possible shift in automation strategy, I began to consider all the ways I use it in my working life.

It’s amazing how many opportunities there are to add automation to your day-to-day workflow. I use Keyboard Maestro for most of my automation, typically creating a hot key that launches an application, or wrapping a specific sequence of clicks/drags/typing into a macro I can launch with a single hot key.

Read the article, even if you don’t think about automation. The post is well written, relatively short, and does a great...

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06:15
Apple Testing More Than 10 Prototype iPhone Models,...

Multiple sources have claimed Apple will launch its first iPhone with a curved OLED display next year, and now The Wall Street Journal has thrown its weight behind those rumors.

The report claims an OLED version could be introduced as one of several new iPhone models unveiled next year, but it would have a higher price tag than current iPhone models.

OLED displays are thinner, lighter, and allow for flexible designs, but they are also up to $50 more expensive to produce than traditional LCD displays, according to analysts cited.

OLED displays can also be more energy efficient, as unlike LCD displays, they do not require a backlight to illuminate the screen. When displaying black...

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06:14
Apple asks OLED suppliers to increase output in...




Apple is said to be exploring more than 10 potential prototype models in anticipation of next year's 10th anniversary of the iPhone, with the company eyeing an OLED-display curved "iPhone 8" for launch in 2017.

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06:12
WiFi Mesh Systems

Dave Hamilton, writing for The Mac Observer, explains the basics of WiFi Mesh Systems and compares three popular solutions.

If you manage a network (even a home network) with a lot of devices, this is worth reading.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:09
Rumor: the iPhone 8 will have a camera capable of 3D...

Apple and LG are reportedly working on a camera capable of 3D imaging (think 3D photography) for the iPhone 8 series, according to the International Business Times. The article adds that Apple has “roped in” LinX, which it acquired in April 2015 for camera development for about US$20 million.

In 2014, LinX said it had "successfully developed" miniature multi-aperture cameras designed for mobile devices. The camera modules are nearly half the height of a standard mobile camera and are capable of "creating stunning color images and high accuracy depth maps," the company claimed.

The LinX cameras are purportedly artifact-free, even when objects appear at very short range. During the registration process between the images, the LinX software extracts depth information for each pixel and creates a depth map. The software...

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06:07
Rumor Claims that Apple Supplier Pegatron working on...

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella noted last week that the company wouldn't rush back into the smartphone market to try to compete with Apple and Samsung despite rave reviews for recent devices unless they had an advantage. A rumor today claims that a new Surface phone ...

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06:05
iOS 10.1.1 Is Causing Battery Issues For Many iPhone...

An anonymous reader writes: A recent iOS update to 10.1.1 fix Apple's Health application has had unintended consequences for many users -- shutdown at 30% battery remaining and lack of audio using Apple Earpods. Users on an Apple forum report that the battery indicator jumps from 30% to 1% (dubbed the 30% bug) and a reboot is required where the phone then runs for a few more hours. Some have taken the iPhone back to receive a replacement only to find the same thing happens. Apple has not responded to the 11 pages of forum complaints but apparently, Genius Bar staff have identified unusual discharging of the battery -- which does not make sense if a reboot temporarily fixes the issue and returns the battery indicator to 30%. It also appears to affect all versions of iPhone that support iOS 10.x.


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06:04
Indonesian minister details potential Jakarta Apple...




Supplementing its efforts in Indonesia, Apple appears to be on the cusp of setting up a research and development center in Jakarta, with plans and locations said to be finalized before the end of 2017.

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06:03
San Francisco’s Muni Metro hacked, free rides for...

San Francisco Examiner:

Computer systems at San Francisco’s transit system, Muni, have been restored following a malware attack on Friday afternoon.

Payment systems across the agency’s subways read “OUT OF ORDER” in large red digital letters at Powell Station, Embarcadero Station and other stations across The City following the attack.

On Friday and Saturday, computers in station agents’ booths across the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency displayed “You Hacked, ALL Data Encrypted. Contact For Key(cryptom27@yandex.com)ID:681 ,Enter.”

Sidebar: We are on the cusp of quantum computing, which will potentially make computers capable of easily solving sophisticated problems used as the basis of today’s encryption. And that will mean more hacking, but could also...

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06:00
Apple will open a research and development center in...

Apple plans to open a research and development center in Jakarta, Indonesia, next year, according to a Tempo report. Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara said that the preparation of the project development has progressed to the final stage.

“It’s more important. “By late December, they will commence the execution for the location” he added. “So, in 2017, they will start building structures and recruiting employees.”

Jakarta is the capital and most populous city of the Republic of Indonesia. Located on the northwest coast of the world's most populous island of Java, it’s country's economic, cultural and political center, with a population of 10,075,310 as of 2014. Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country after China, India and the U.S, with a population of more than 260 million.

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06:00
News: iLounge Cyber Monday Deals

It’s Cyber Monday, and in addition to the usual great iLounge Deals, today you can save an additional 15% to 25% with our special Cyber Monday coupon codes (some exclusions apply). In VPNs, you can get a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited for only $29 — that’s 94% off the regular price — and save an additional 25% off of this or any of the other VPN deals in our Cyber Monday collection by using the coupon code CYBER25. We also…

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05:57
Report: New micro-bezel 10.9-inch iPad to have same...

A report from often-reliable Japanese site Makotakara says that a new 10.9-inch iPad rumored for release early next year will have the same footprint as the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro, despite the larger screen size.

Citing an ‘informed’ supply-chain source in Taiwan, the site says that the larger screen size will be offset by smaller bezels. The top bezel containing the FaceTime camera is said to remain, while the Home button will be removed and side bezels reduced …

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05:54
Marcus Conge, digital artist

I’ve long been a fan of Marcus Conge’s work. Now he’s embedded some of his best stuff in a web site. Check it out.

And if you’ve got the need, he’s currently taking on work (see the Hire Me section at the bottom left).

∞ Read this on The Loop

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05:51
macOS Sierra: Enabling Your Mac’s Firewall and...

Your Mac is pretty safe on your private home network, but what about when you’re surfing the Web in coffee shops? Anyone with a computer and rudimentary hacking skills could target you, which is why it’s important to make sure your Mac’s built-in firewall is enabled—and that Stealth Mode is turned on, too. Read on to learn how.


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05:20
9to5Mac unscientific poll shows significant numbers...

A poll of 9to5Mac readers show that significant numbers of owners of the latest MacBook Pro models have experienced the GPU glitches reported last week. Problems were reported with all of the new models, ranging from 40% of owners of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Radeon Pro 460, down to 11% of those with the mid-tier 455 variant …

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05:05
New magnetic field theory gets us closer to nuclear...

Researchers from the US Department of Energy (DoE) and Princeton University have developed a new theory on plasma that could help scientists figure out solar flares and fusion power. Most fusion research is focused on "magnetic confinement" reactors...

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05:00
TMO’s Cyber Monday Deals – 15% off Apple-Related...

We have one more day on our Deals site where you can get 15% off Apple-related software. Use coupon code CYBER15 at checkout. This is 15% off the already great prices, mind you. Plus, when you buy through our Deals site, you’re helping to support TMO and our content. If you click the link to the deal, you’ll see all the software gathered on one page. Enjoy!


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05:00
Trump pushes for Apple to manufacture products in...

The idiot has expressed his desires where Apple is concerned.

President-elect and orange Jabba the Hutt clone Donald Trump, following up on a campaign promise that he would “get Apple to start making their computers and their iPhones on our land, not in China” – and he has now said the same thing directly to Apple CEO Tim Cook.

In a recent interview with the New York Times, Trump offered the following:

I got a call from Tim Cook at Apple, and I said, ‘Tim, you know one of the things that will be a real achievement for me is when I get Apple to build a big plant in the United States, or many big plants in the United States, where instead of going to China, and going to Vietnam, and going to the places that you go to, you’re making your product...

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05:00
The Xtand Vent is an iPhone holder that clips — for...

Just Mobile’s Xtand Vent is a simple, inexpensive (US$24.95), solution that doesn’t one job and does it reasonably well, though it’s not a good solution for everyone. It’s a smartphone holder that clips onto your car’s air vent.

The goal is to keep your iPhone in sight at eye level for safe driving. I won’t get into the discussion whether using a smartphone at all while driving is a good idea. Let me just say that using a product like the Vent is smarter than fiddling with an iPhone on the passenger seat — or trying to fish it out of your pocket or purse while you’re behind the wheel.

With a firm, rubberized grip, it will hold any smartphone as wide as 3.6-inches; it worked just fine with my iPhone 7 Plus, which was decked out in a Mujjo Leather Case. The Xtand Vent’s aluminum ball-joint swivel and tightener mechanism let you adjust the placement of your iPhone; you can select from...

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04:51
Kool Tools: Melodyne 4.1 for macOS

Celemony (www.celemony.com) has released Melodyne 4.1, an update of the audio editing app for macOS and Windows. This update brings important improvements to all editions of Melodyne, including a new playback type for high-pitched monophonic instruments, a command for separating notes as trills and additional keyboard shortcuts.

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04:51
Kool Tools: Melodyne 4.1 for macOS

Celemony (www.celemony.com) has released Melodyne 4.1, an update of the audio editing app for macOS and Windows. This update brings important improvements to all editions of Melodyne, including a new playback type for high-pitched monophonic instruments, a command for separating notes as trills and additional keyboard shortcuts.

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04:42
After India & China, Apple said to be setting up...

With the asian market a large and growing one for Apple, the company appears to be focusing on expanding its R&D efforts in the region. Following the announcement of multiple development centers in India and China, Indonesian site Tempo reports that Apple is to setup an R&D center in Jakarta sometime next year …

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04:30
The Synology DiskStation DS416j is a great basis for...

Synology is well known for their NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices. Over the past week I’ve had the chance to review a NAS that Synology is going to be selling packaged with two IP cameras. The Synology DS416j will be packaged with two Amcrest Pro/HD cameras and four Seagate Ironwolf hard drives. They are packaging and promoting this as an entry level home security camera system.  

 

The hardware

The main box itself is a cube shaped computer about eight inches on all sides. My first impression when opening the box was how well built and attractive the device is. I’ve reviewed Synology products in the past. They were white and plastic and worked wonderfuly, but the deep black of this unit was striking. Not only did I find the black quite attractive, but the unit is metal. This lends to the strength of the DiskStation as well as the ability to dissipate heat which...

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04:04
Taxi sector to lead self-driving market

New findings from Juniper Research (www.juniperresearch.com) reveal that the annual production of self-driving cars will reach 14.5 million in 2025, up significantly from only a few thousands in 2020, to give a global installed base of more than 22 million consumer vehicles by 2025.

The new research found that the market adoption of AV (Autonomous Vehicle) technology is set to accelerate over the next few years, driven by:

° Increasingly stringent vehicle safety specifications;

° Environmental pressures;
° Rapid technological developments.

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04:00
Building iPhones in the U.S. may not be such a crazy...

President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to bring Apple manufacturing of iPhones back to the U.S. Some pundits have said that will never happen as it would make the cost of the smartphone skyrocket, but that might not be the case. 

"Making iPhones in the US means the cost will more than double," a source told Nikkei. And a Phone Arena article says that such a move would raise the price Apple pays for the manufacturing of an iPhone from about $225 per-unit to about $300. 

However, entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa says in aWashington Post column that the thought of Apple building iPhones in the U.S. isn’t that...

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03:57
Google’s Pixel turning its nose up at screengrabs...

Google’s new Pixel smartphone is apparently failing to properly display screengrabs sent from the iPhone 7 Plus. Screengrabs sent from within an app on the iPhone arrive with both dimensions and colors distorted.

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03:45
It's not a Sure Bet that Apple's Next...

It's being report today that an iPhone with a curved screen could be on store shelves as soon as next year though there's some heavy skepticism in the report about that particular feature being ready for 2018.

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03:02
MacJournal 6.2.1 - $39.95

MacJournal is the world's most popular journaling software for the Mac. MacJournal 6 adds a calendar mode that show entries from any journal, geolocation, word count, and progress tracking, as well as additional blogging support. A Timeline mode has been added to give the journaler the ability to see their writing activity in chronological order. MacJournal 6 even introduces a feature for creating books from journals specially formatted for publishing. Add any kind of content, not just text. Drag PDFs, QuickTime movies, images, audio, and more. Record audio and video, even publish to a blog account on Blogger, WordPress, LiveJournal, Posterous, and Tumblr. Dropbox support added as well.



Version 6.2.1:

  • Fixed an issue where closing a separate entry editing window would open a blank window
  • Fixed an issue where keeping both entries in a conflict when syncing with an iOS device would cause one entry to be blank
  • Fixed "...
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03:01
Sony made a Walkman for 'Final Fantasy XV...

Final Fantasy XV is about to make it's long, long anticipated debut tomorrow, so get ready for the hype (and merchandising). We've already seen a FF XV branded Audi A8, of all things, and Sony has now revealed a limited edition Final Fantasy XV Walkm...

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02:30
ForkLift 3.0 Beta 6 - Powerful file manager: FTP,...

ForkLift is a powerful file manager and ferociously fast FTP client clothed in a clean and versatile UI that offers the combination of absolute simplicity and raw power expected from a well-executed Mac software.

ForkLift will connect to any remote server FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV, the SMB and AFP shares on your local network,- pretty much anything you can plug into or hook up to a Mac. ForkLift also carries a complete toolbox for managing your files, including Folder Synchronization, Batch Renaming, Archive handling, Application deleter, editing files over remote connections and many more. All these power features are packaged into a Finder-like, dual-pane interface that delivers superior workflow while remaining absolutely familiar to use, along with QuickLook, Spotlight search and all.

Features

  • Completely re-built from scratch inside and out
  • Disklets (you can mount a remote connection as a disk and access it from any app...
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01:01
Hospital to get first dedicated 3D tissue-printing...

You still can't get a 3D-printed liver transplant made from your own cells, but an Australian hospital is trying to push the tech into the mainstream. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane is building a dedicated "biofabrication"...

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00:43
Flash Deals: Apple's 12.9" iPad Pro 256GB...




While supplies last this Cyber Monday, pick up a 13" MacBook Air (1.6GHz, 8GB, 128GB) on eBay for $786.99 with free shipping (a discount of $212 off MSRP). Or opt for a refurbished 256GB 12.9" iPad Pro (Wi-Fi Only) for $649.99 with free shipping and no tax outside FL.

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Sunday November 27

23:06
Apple Cyber Monday Roundup: Find the best deals...




Black Friday may have come and gone, but the deals are still going strong this Cyber Monday. From instant cash discounts to exclusive coupon savings, shoppers can save hundreds of dollars on new Apple hardware. Plus, many retailers do not collect sales tax in most states with free shipping to boot.

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22:01
Tesla's upgraded Autopilot will start rolling...

Should you happen to be one of the first drivers to buy a Model S or Model X with Enhanced Autopilot support, you're probably wondering when you'll actually start getting those features. Well, the mystery's over. Elon Musk informs a new Model S own...

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20:59
TrailRunner 3.8.822 - Route planning for hiking,...

Note: While the software is classified as freeware, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

TrailRunner is the perfect companion for runners, bikers, hikers, and all people wandering under the sky. Plan routes on a geographical map. Import GPS or workout recordings and journalize your activities in a diary.

Features

  • View maps and elevation data from Internet mapping services like USGS topo maps.
  • Import GPS recordings from Trails, iTrail and 321Run for iPhone.
  • Import workouts from the Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
  • Import tracks and workouts from GPS fitness devices like the Garmin ForeRunner or Garmin Edge.
  • Import/Export TCX, GPX, and KML files.
  • Describe favorite tracks and rate them with iTunes stars.
  • Plan routes interactively or automatically for a given distance.
  • Export route directions onto your iPod....
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20:53
Test can show if the speed of light has changed

Modern science assumes that the speed of light has always been the same. Researchers have suggested that this seeming constant might have changed over time, however, and they now have a way to find out whether or not that's true. Professors Jo&atilde...

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18:52
San Francisco transit stations fall victim to a hack

San Franciscans just got an all-too-real demonstration of what it's like when hackers attack urban infrastructure. The city's Municipal Transportation Agency has confirmed that the Muni station computer system was hacked, leading officials to open fa...

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16:55
Massive galaxy cluster found 'hiding'...

You would think that it would be easy to spot a cosmic structure as enormous as a supercluster holding legions of galaxies, but not so -- the Milky Way can hide all kinds of objects, usually due to dust and stars obscuring the view. If you need proof...

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15:35
How to reopen tabs in Safari for iOS 10 and macOS...




Whether you closed one by accident or simply remembered something else you wanted to look at, reopening a closed tab is an essential task in any modern Web browser. Here's how to do it in Safari for iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.

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14:49
German draft law would limit your data privacy rights

Germany has generally been protective of privacy as of late, but it might take a step backward. The country's union for data protection has revealed that an interior ministry draft law would seriously curtail data privacy rights. You wouldn't have...

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12:51
BMW reportedly unveils an i3 redesign in 2017

BMW might not be waiting for the distant future to step up its electric car plans. Welt sources claim that the automaker plans the 2017 launch of a redesigned i3 that promises both practical and cosmetic improvements. You should see a new battery tha...

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11:00
Ben Heck's Virtual Boy, part 1

Ben's seeing double this week with a retro virtual reality console that was ahead of its time: Nintendo's Virtual Boy (codename "VUE"). Though the technology was advanced in many ways, it didn't prevent the sort of dizziness that still plagues...

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10:19
∞ 38 Saint Bernards walking through the woods

If this video doesn’t make you smile, then you’re having an incredibly bad day.

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09:33
MGG 633: Deep Dive – How to Choose a Router in 2016?

This week we answer all your questions and queries about which router you should buy and how to go about deciding this for yourself. Standalone vs. mesh, eero vs. Orbi, 2×2 vs 4×4, we cover it all. After listening to this episode you’ll have both the information and even some deals to be able to make your choice and know you’ve got the right Wi-Fi for your home.


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09:28
Major 'No Man's Sky' update arrives...

That promised Foundation Update for No Man's Sky? It's already here for both PC and PS4... and it includes much, much more than Hello Games hinted at just a couple of days ago. The centerpiece remains base building, which turns out to be simple but h...

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09:07
In Stock: Save $50 on Apple's 15" MacBook...




While they last, Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo has limited stock of Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro (2.6GHz 16GB 256GB Radeon 450) in both Space Gray and Silver, the latter of which is also marked down $50 to $2,349 -- the lowest price we've seen for this configuration when in-stock and ready-to-ship.

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08:30
Best Buy Canada is First to Introduce Google Stores...

Canadian Best Buy stores are the first in North America to introduce In-Store Google Stores to showcase 'made by Google' products. I was in the Calgary store yesterday to take a few photos of the new Apple hybrid presentation table ...

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08:00
TrailRunner 3.8.822 - Route planning for hiking,...

Note: While the software is classified as freeware, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

TrailRunner is the perfect companion for runners, bikers, hikers, and all people wandering under the sky. Plan routes on a geographical map. Import GPS or workout recordings and journalize your activities in a diary.

Features

  • View maps and elevation data from Internet mapping services like USGS topo maps.
  • Import GPS recordings from Trails, iTrail and 321Run for iPhone.
  • Import workouts from the Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
  • Import tracks and workouts from GPS fitness devices like the Garmin ForeRunner or Garmin Edge.
  • Import/Export TCX, GPX, and KML files.
  • Describe favorite tracks and rate them with iTunes stars.
  • Plan routes interactively or automatically for a given distance.
  • Export route directions onto your iPod....
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08:00
After Math: Let's get lost in space

It's been a stellar week for our space-faring future. NASA unveiled its theoretical EM Drive, UCSF researchers successfully placed mouse embryos into suspended animation, a team from the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research stumbled upon th...

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07:00
The world's fastest electric car, and more in...

Tesla finally sealed the deal on its acquisition of SolarCity this week, and the merger is already producing incredible results. The two companies just completed a project to power an entire island on solar power. In other energy news, researchers in...

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03:54
Malware uses Facebook and LinkedIn images to hijack...

Malware doesn't always have to attack your computer through browser- or OS-based exploits. Sometimes, it's the social networks themselves that can be the problem. Researchers at Check Point have discovered that a variant of known ransomware, Locky, i...

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Saturday November 26

22:07
Review: Master & Dynamic MW60 Wireless Over-Ear...




Master & Dynamic's top-of-the-line Bluetooth headphones deliver on style, build, and sound quality, but are almost certainly overkill -- especially if you intend to take them outside.

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22:02
Mars hides a gigantic ice sheet that may help...

As a rule, the truly large deposits of ice on Mars are at the poles... right? No. Researchers using the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's ground-penetrating radar have discovered that the planet's Utopia Planitia basin is hiding a thick (260 to 560 fee...

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20:59
iClock Pro 3.4.3 - Customize your menubar clock.

iClock Pro is a menu bar replacement clock for Apple's default clock. iClock Pro is an update, total rewrite and improvement to the popular iClock. Have the day, date and time in different fonts and colors in the menubar. iClock is also a kind of centrally located time hub from which many time related functions can be controlled. iClock is an essential time utility for pilots, business people, travelers, and anyone who communicates with people in other time zones.

Features

  • See the day/date/time in the menubar in different fonts/colors/formats. Customize it as you wish
  • Gives an easily accessible, at a glance system menu view of times/timezones/dates in as many parts of the world as you want
  • Option click on the time/date in the menubar to see your stock portfolio with updates in near real time
  • Application menu just like there used to be in OS 9. On Intel Mac shows you which applications are running in Rosetta
  • ...
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19:49
iClock Pro 3.4.3 - Customize your menubar clock.

iClock Pro is a menu bar replacement clock for Apple's default clock. iClock Pro is an update, total rewrite and improvement to the popular iClock. Have the day, date and time in different fonts and colors in the menubar. iClock is also a kind of centrally located time hub from which many time related functions can be controlled. iClock is an essential time utility for pilots, business people, travelers, and anyone who communicates with people in other time zones.

Features

  • See the day/date/time in the menubar in different fonts/colors/formats. Customize it as you wish
  • Gives an easily accessible, at a glance system menu view of times/timezones/dates in as many parts of the world as you want
  • Option click on the time/date in the menubar to see your stock portfolio with updates in near real time
  • Application menu just like there used to be in OS 9. On Intel Mac shows you which applications are running in Rosetta
  • ...
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19:24
First 'Titanfall 2' DLC includes a no-...

Respawn made it a point with Titanfall 2 to ditch some of the more annoying business models of modern games (such as charging for important add-ons), and you're about to find out how well that works in practice. The studio has revealed that its first...

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17:35
'Deus Ex Go' is now ready for your puzzle...

If you've ever wanted to create puzzles for mobile games rather than playing whatever the developer gives you, you're about to have a field day. Square Enix has released a promised Puzzle Maker update for Deus Ex Go that lets you craft your own chall...

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15:32
CERN introduces Large Hadron Collider's robotic...

Since the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) needs to be in tip-top shape to discover new particles, it has two inspectors making sure everything's in working order. The two of them are called TIM, short not for Timothy, but for Train Inspection Monorail. T...

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14:02
Mobile shopping reaches an all-time high on Black...

Did you get some of your holiday gift shopping done on your phone, instead of your PC? You're far from alone. Adobe has determined that mobile shopping (both phone and tablet) was responsible for $1.2 billion in US online sales on Black Friday -- the...

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12:31
'Cards Against Humanity' hole is a...

The Cards Against Humanity crew is no stranger to backing projects that are alternately very helpful and utterly pointless, and its latest is squarely in the latter camp. It's crowdfunding the Holiday Hole, which is... a hole in the ground. That's...

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11:00
AV Linux Update: Good but Not Better


AV Linux could be a music and video lover's dream come true. AV Linux is a specialty distribution that can turn a new or old PC, or an Intel-powered Mac box, into a workstation for audio/graphics/video enthusiasts. Version 2016.8.30 was released this summer. AV Linux is one of the few available fully functional Linux distros to give audio and video enthusiasts a professional level collection of tools to enhance their handling of audio-visual files. This is especially significant now that the Musix distro has gone dormant.

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10:58
'Star Wars' smartphone caters to your...

How much do you like Star Wars? Enough that you'd buy a phone that revolves around it? If so, we have good news... at least, if you're living in Japan. Sharp is marking the imminent arrival of Rogue One with a SoftBank-exclusive Star Wars smartphone...

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10:28
Apple TKO's Android, the Goliath of the...

On Tuesday Patently Apple posted a report titled "For Six Quarters Straight Apple's iPhone has taken 91% or more of the Smartphone Industry's Profits." Despite declining iPhone sales this year, Apple was still able to maintain a mesmerizing hold on smartphone industry profits throughout the year. Android is definitely the Giant that's been taken out by little Apple, quarter after quarter where it counts ...

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10:03
Review: Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch...




Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar embraces the future, delivering it in a super light, portable, attractive and expensive package. But are users ready to embrace that future? And does the 13-inch model have enough horsepower and connectivity? Find out in AppleInsider's full review.

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10:00
Marty’s Holiday Wish List Letter to Apple

At this time of year it’s not uncommon to see letters from children to Santa expressing wishes for some gifts they would like to receive. I thought this year I would pen a letter to Apple with a list of my holiday wishes and some things I would like to see under the iOS tree.

I use Apple products heavily, but not exclusively. I mostly use the cloud services of Google, especially the Photos service. I use an Android phone and tablet as well as an iPhone, two iPads and an Apple Watch. I have a PC and Mac sitting next to each other, and have a Windows 10 tablet as well. In using all these other products, I’ve come to wish that iOS had some features offered by other platforms. I still think iOS is by far the best mobile platform for numerous reasons but in the following “letter” to Apple, I would like to present my Christmas wishlist.

 

Dear Apple,

The time of year has come for me to express some gift wishes for the upcoming holiday season....

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09:30
The best deals for Cyber Monday

Did you miss out on Black Friday bargains, or decide that packed stores and overwhelmed websites were too much? Not to worry. We're collecting some of the best gadget bargains you'll find on and around Cyber Monday, the online-centric shopping event...

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09:25
This week’s top stories: Wireless charging for ‘all-...

In this week’s top stories: More hands-on time with the MacBook Pro, we show you Apple’s special tool to recover data from the device’s soldered down SSD, reports of wireless charging for iPhone 8, the best Black Friday deals, and much more.

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08:00
Hit Z Road injects shambling corpses with dose of...

Enlarge / Zomeeples! (credit: Owen Duffy)

Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games. Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com.

Nearly half a century has passed since director George A. Romero popularized the concept of the zombie apocalypse with Night of the Living Dead. Over the decades, the genre’s ravenous ghouls have lurched relentlessly from the big screen to comics, novels, and television.

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08:00
Six unexpected sources of renewable energy

By Cat DiStasio

When it comes to discussions about renewable energy, solar and wind power often take center stage. To a lesser degree, other forms like geothermal energy and hydropower also get some attention. But many people may not be aware that t...

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07:34
Has The 'Hour of Code' Turned Into a Giant...

It happens every December. During "Computer Science Education Week," schools around the world dedicate a special hour towards getting kids excited about programming. But theodp writes: With Microsoft, Apple, and Google vying for the opportunity to put their products in front of tens of millions of K-12 students, The Register's Andrew Orlowski opines that the Hour of Code is turning into a giant corporate infomercial for kids. "Parents, such as the late Steve Jobs, tend to ration their children's use of technology," notes Orlowski. "But would Jobs, who consistently praised the value of broad liberal arts, approve of an hour of [Microsoft] Minecraft? It's doubtful." Google, he adds, is keen on dishing out its VR headsets to students and, not to be undone, Apple is also muscling in with an hour of code [and offering free workshops at Apple Stores].
This year Microsoft is even introducing a special online 'Hour of Code' edition" of Minecraft, according to the article, which...

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06:49
It’s not too late! Grab 20+% off Pad & Quill...

Pad & Quill make some of our absolute favorite Apple accessories fit for the most special people in our lives.  Luckily, the company’s 15% off Black Friday Sale on all products site-wide is going on all weekend. Even better, we’re able to add coupon code“BF2016” to bring the total discount to 20% sitewide. Additionally, new customers will see a $5 off pop-up to sign up for their newsletter.


The full grain leather...

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06:30
VLC media player now supports 360-degree videos

VLC, the app that lets you play basically any video format on practically any platform, is about to add support for a whole new medium. The company just unveiled a technical preview that enables its desktop app to play 360-degree videos, so folks can...

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05:25
Latest Apple Campus 2 stunning drone flyover video...

In our latest installment of Apple Campus 2 flyovers, we see that Apple is nearing completion for its 2017 opening. The main structures are almost complete from the outside and trees and fountains and other landscaping are going in. Drone video and high definition stills are below… more…

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05:12
Apple in Store for a Showdown in 2017 as the U.K....

This week the House of Lords passed the Investigatory Powers Bill, putting the huge spying powers on their way to becoming law within weeks. The law will give spies unprecedented powers to read people's messages, as well as force technology companies like Apple to ...

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03:00
The Week in Apple News: Apple drops routers, battery...

Apple headlines for the week ending Nov. 25, 2016

Having you recovered from your Thanksgiving feast yet? Or maybe you’re worn out from Black Friday shopping? Take a break and check out the important Apple headlines from the past week in this slideshow. Click on the link to get more information.

To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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02:52
Sphero's Force Band can now control your home...

Sphero's motion-tracking Force Band can now control more than a tiny (and utterly adorable) BB-8 droid. The company has teamed up with If This Then That (IFTT) to integrate the "force" with countless apps and smart home devices. IFTTT, if you need a...

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02:00
Apple Is Working With LG On Next-Gen 3D Camera For...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from 9to5Mac: A brief report in The Korea Economic Daily claims that Apple is working with LG on a new dual camera module "which enables 3D photographing." LG already supplies the dual-camera module used in the iPhone 7 Plus. The LG Innotek system is said to be destined for one or more of next year's iPhone models, but the report is unclear what 3D applications Apple might have in mind. Apple has patents for 3D object and gesture recognition going back many years. However, it is likely nothing more than the next generation of Portrait Mode, which uses parallax effect to create a 3D model of a scene in order to identify foreground and background in what is captured by the twin cameras. Apple may be aiming to bring Portrait Mode to all iPhone models next year, which would require a more compact dual-camera module.

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Friday November 25

23:15
Japan wants the world's fastest supercomputer...

Our world is in transition, with automation and digitization edging-out more humane forms of industrial labor. Some countries are actively pushing against that, but others, like Japan, are running head-first towards the future. The nation is believed...

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20:59
jAlbum Pro 13.7 - Organize your digital images and...

jAlbum Pro has all the features you love in jAlbum, but comes with a commercial license. You can create gorgeous custom photo galleries for the Web without writing a line of code!

  • Beginner-friendly, with Pro Results - Simply drag and drop photos into groups, choose a design from hundreds of beautiful album skins, and you're done!
  • Share the memories - Effortlessly upload your album to your website. If you don't have one, select one of jAlbum's affordable storage plans.
  • Photo galleries for everyone - jAlbum is the perfect photo-sharing tool for bloggers, small business, social groups, and families.

Features

  • White labeled albums
  • No ads in your albums
  • Priority e-mail support

For a more detailed comparison, see this page.



Version...

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20:59
DiskCatalogMaker 6.5.15 - Catalog your disks.

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

  • Simple, light-weight, and fast.
  • Finder-like intuitive look and feel.
  • Super-fast search algorithm.
  • Can compress catalog data for disk space.
  • Can generate thumbnail images.
  • Long Unicode file name support.
  • ZIP / RAR / 7-Zip / StuffIt / tar / gzip / bzip2 / CompactPro / LHA archive formats support.
  • A Mach-O application. (Mac OS X native format.)



Version 6.5.15:

  • Fixed a problem which prevented automatic mounting of a disk image when revealing an original item
  • Fixed some minor bugs



  • OS X 10.7 or later



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20:59
Lyn 1.8.3 - Lightweight image browser and viewer.

Lyn is a fast, lightweight image browser and viewer designed for photographers, graphic artists, and Web designers. Featuring an extremely versatile and aesthetically pleasing interface, it delivers an easy-to-use geotagging technology and a complete solution for sharing your photographs. The new editing inspector gives you everything to turn your shots into great photos. Adjust exposure, color temperature, brightness, and contrast, or reveal image details with highlight and shadow adjustments. You can experiment and convert your color photos to black and white, try a classic sepia tone, or add a vignette.

Lyn natively supports all popular image formats like JPEG, TIFF, JPEG 2000, PNG, PPM, TGA, RAW, HDR, OpenEXR, animated GIF, and any other image format supported by OS X. It also integrates a movie player to watch camera recordings.

Features

  • Progressive display, on single- or multiple-monitor configurations, of images of virtually any...
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20:59
TunnelBear 3.0.6 - Subscription-based private...

TunnelBear is a subscription-based virtual private network (VPN) service and companion app, enabling you to browse the internet privately and securely.

Features

  • Browse privately - Secure your data and hide your IP address behind a bear.
  • Experience the Internet as if you’re in another country - A TunnelBear can "tunnel" you around censorship and blocked sites to another country of your choosing.
  • Zap creepy trackers - Block the website trackers (ads, analytics, scripts, social buttons) that track everything you and your family do online.
  • A TunnelBear is really, really simple - On. Off. On. Off. You get the idea.
  • TunnelBear comes in three subscription tiers:
    • Little: 500 MB per month; free
    • Giant: unlimited; $6.99/month
    • Grizzly: unlimited; $49.99/year

See...

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20:59
Vienna 3.1.8 :1bc6bc3: - RSS and Atom newsreader.

Vienna is a freeware and Open-Source RSS/Atom newsreader with article storage and management via a SQLite database, written in Objective-C and Cocoa, for the OS X operating system. It provides features comparable to commercial newsreaders, but both it and the source code are free and available for download.

Features

  • Subscribe to Atom/RSS news feeds and podcasts.
  • Simple and intuitive user interface with customisable toolbar.
  • Built-in tabbed browser.
  • Global search of all retrieved articles.
  • Automatic detection of newsfeeds on Web pages.
  • Smart folders for organising related feed articles.
  • Custom article display styles.
  • Three separate reading layouts.
  • Blogging integration.
  • Support for downloading enclosures in articles
  • Filter the displayed articles.
  • Manual reordering of the subscription list.
  • Full AppleScript support.
  • Localised into...
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20:59
iStat Menus 5.31 - Monitor your system right from...

iStat Menus lets you monitor your system right from the menubar. Included are 8 menu extras that let you monitor every aspect of your system.

Features

  • CPU -- Monitor cpu usage. 7 display modes, multiple core support.
  • Memory -- Monitor memory usage. 4 display modes, page ins/outs and swap usage display.
  • Disks -- Monitor disk usage and activity. 6 display modes, ability to hide disks you dont want to see.
  • Network -- Monitor current and total bandwidth, peak bandwidth, IP addresses, and the ability to hide network connections you don't want to see.
  • Temps -- Monitor the temperature of your Mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you don't want to see.
  • Fans -- Monitor the fan speeds in your Mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you don't want to see.
  • Bluetooth --...
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20:59
SpiderOak 6.1.5 - Secure cloud backup, storage, and...

SpiderOak is a multi-platform secure online backup, storage, access, and sharing solution engineered for the consumer and small businesses. You must first sign up to use SpiderOak.

Running natively on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, SpiderOak allows users to create a central storage repository where they can access data from all their SpiderOak devices within the application, or via Web login at SpiderOak.com.

Using an automated approach, SpiderOak immediately backs up and stores any additions, edits, or changes to the back up set. Historical versions of any document can be identified and downloaded by timestamp.

Any folders within a user's SpiderOak account can be selected for sharing in a password protected setting called a 'ShareRoom', and any changes or additions to the shared folders are automatically seen by visitors to the ShareRoom.

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20:59
Sound Studio 4.8.5 - Robust audio recording and...

Sound Studio lets you easily record and professionally edit audio on your Mac. Easily rip vinyls and digitize cassette tapes, or record lectures and voice memos. Prepare for live shows with live effect processing and level tweaking, then record it all with performance recording capabilities.

Any audio project, completed with ease

  • Expansive compatibility. Record your work as an MP3 or AAC M4A file. Edit and export audio in several formats including AIFF and WAV.
  • Creative effects. Layer several effects like delay, reverb, chorus, or flanger filters, then tweak levels or EQ settings.
  • Multi-track support. Record live audio alongside multiple tracks of studio-added sounds.



Version 4.8.5:

  • Fixed a bug where .mp4 and .mpg files were not recognized
  • Fixed a bug with the Automator action for normalize



  • OS...

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20:59
1Password 6.5.2 - Powerful password manager;...

1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!

1Password has received numerous awards, including 5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.

1Password is also available for and syncs with Windows, iOS, and Android.



Version 6.5.2:

Fixed...

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20:59
Affinity Designer 1.5.4 - Vector graphic design...

Affinity Designer is an incredibly accurate vector illustrator that feels fast and at home in the hands of creative professionals. It intuitively combines rock solid and crisp vector art with flexible layer management and an impressive range of high quality raster tools for finishing. With accuracy, quality and speed at the heart of every single design task, and the ability to finesse designs without switching apps, this fresh-faced multi-discipline illustrator lets creatives shine.

Vector tools

  • Node Tool
  • Pen Tool
  • Pencil Tool
  • Vector Brush
  • Gradient Fill Tool
  • Transparency Tool
  • Crop Tool
  • Targeted Insert
  • Text
  • Alignment Guides

Raster tools

  • Lasso Tool
  • Selection Brush
  • Pixel Brush
  • Paint Brush
  • Eraser
  • Dodge
  • Burn
  • Smudge
  • Blur
  • Sharpen



Version 1....

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20:59
Google Drive 1.32.3889.0961 - File backup and...

Google Drive is a place where you can create, share, collaborate, and keep all of your stuff. Whether you're working with a friend on a joint research project, planning a wedding with your fiancé, or tracking a budget with roommates, you can do it in Drive. You can upload and access all of your files, including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs, and beyond.

Features

  • Create and collaborate. Google Docs is built right into Google Drive, so you can work with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Once you choose to share content with others, you can add and reply to comments on anything (PDF, image, video file, etc.) and receive notifications when other people comment on shared items.
  • Store everything safely and access it anywhere (especially while on the go). All your stuff is just... there. You can access your stuff from anywhere--on the Web, in your home, at the office,...
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20:59
jAlbum 13.7 - Create custom photo galleries for the...

With jAlbum, you can create gorgeous custom photo galleries for the Web without writing a line of code!

  • Beginner-friendly, with pro results - Simply drag and drop photos into groups, choose a design from hundreds of beautiful album skins, and you're done!
  • Share the memories - Effortlessly upload your album to your website. If you don't have one, select one of jAlbum's affordable storage plans.
  • Photo galleries for everyone - jAlbum is the perfect photo-sharing tool for bloggers, small business, social groups, and families.



Version 13.7:

Note: The standard jAlbum installation requires OS X 10.8.3 or later. To use jAlbum on OS X 10.6 and 10.7, select "jAlbum for Mac OS X (not bundled with Java)" from the developer's "More download options" page (...

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20:02
GoPro has a voice-controlled remote for its voice-...

One of the reasons we gave both of GoPro's new cameras -- the Hero5 Black and Hero Session -- good scores is that they both allow you to use voice control to do things like start and stop recording, take photo bursts, set a highlight tag, shoot pictu...

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16:58
Amazon will spend $1 billion to conquer the Middle...

Amazon is one of the world's largest retail destinations, but it doesn't have much traction in the Middle East. That's why rumors that it's looking to buy Souq.com, the Amazon of the Middle East, make so much sense. Bloomberg is reporting that Jeff B...

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16:42
SpiderOak 6.1.5 - Secure cloud backup, storage, and...

SpiderOak is a multi-platform secure online backup, storage, access, and sharing solution engineered for the consumer and small businesses. You must first sign up to use SpiderOak.

Running natively on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, SpiderOak allows users to create a central storage repository where they can access data from all their SpiderOak devices within the application, or via Web login at SpiderOak.com.

Using an automated approach, SpiderOak immediately backs up and stores any additions, edits, or changes to the back up set. Historical versions of any document can be identified and downloaded by timestamp.

Any folders within a user's SpiderOak account can be selected for sharing in a password protected setting called a 'ShareRoom', and any changes or additions to the shared folders are automatically seen by visitors to the ShareRoom.

...

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15:45
Shure MV88: a solid Lightning-enabled microphone for...

If you want to record audio via your iPhone while on the go, you basically have two choices: you can use your iPhone’s on-board microphone, or you can use an external microphone. For anyone who’s compared the difference in sound quality, the decision is a no brainer. You’ll get significantly better sound quality by opting for an external microphone like the Shure MV88 ($150 on Amazon). Check out our video walkthrough for a brief look at some of the details. more…

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15:14
The Best Black Friday iOS & Mac App/Game Sales:...

We have seen loads of discounts on the most popular games and apps on the App Store over the last few days for Black Friday. While you will see some titles already covered this week on 9to5Toys, we have decided to bring together the best deals into one handy breakdown. Down below we have some great prices on BADLAND 2, Deus Ex Go and Final Fantasy games along with freebies like Heads Up and Cut the Buttons. It’s not all fun and games though, we have some solid prices on productivity apps like Fantastical 2, Calendars, MacID, Pixelmator and much more: more…

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14:02
'No Man's Sky' will get base building...

There's some good news for No Man's Sky fans this Black Friday: The game is soon to get its first major update, according to a post from the developer, Hello Games. The bad news: Hello Games won't reveal much about the patch, except to say that it's...

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13:00
Six gifts for your paranoid friends and family

It pays to be paranoid in a time of rampant breaches, social media account extortion, identity theft, fake security products, ransomware, and hack attacks on all. That's why we've put together a gift guide for those among us who don't want to find ou...

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12:22
Grab These iPhone and iPad Apps While They're...

Today is Black Friday, one of the busiest shopping days of the year in the United States. Between now and Cyber Monday, a number of developers are offering deals on their iPhone and iPad apps. MacRumors has been keeping an eye on AppShopper, and we have more App Store sales to share today.

Name: Alto's Adventure

Developer: Snowman

Sale Price: 99 cents

Previous Price: $3.99

Compatibility: iOS Universal (iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV)

TouchArcade Review: 4.5/5 stars

Links: AppShopper | ...

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12:14
Review: Honeywell Lyric T5 brings HomeKit and...

Honeywell Lyric T5 is the company’s second take at a Wi-Fi thermostat with support for Apple’s HomeKit framework for smart homes. The latest member of Honeywell’s Lyric family of smart thermostats introduces a new design that now includes a touchscreen.

Priced at $149.99, Lyric T5 is currently $50 cheaper than Honeywell’s Lyric Round HomeKit thermostat and $20 under ecobee’s budget version of its HomeKit thermostat. Read on for our full review of Honeywell’s new Lyric T5...

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11:55
Apps: App Diary: Asphalt Xtreme, Battlestar...

Asphalt Xtreme (free) — Gameloft’s Asphalt 8: Airborne remains one of our favorite iOS racing games to this day, so needless to say my interest was piqued by the company’s latest entry in the franchise, Asphalt Xtreme — a version that maintains the core aspects that Asphalt fans have come to know and love while taking the game into an entirely new environment: Off-road racing. Instead of sleek Ferraris and Lambourghinis, Asphalt Xtreme…

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11:51
DiskCatalogMaker 6.5.15 - Catalog your disks.

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

  • Simple, light-weight, and fast.
  • Finder-like intuitive look and feel.
  • Super-fast search algorithm.
  • Can compress catalog data for disk space.
  • Can generate thumbnail images.
  • Long Unicode file name support.
  • ZIP / RAR / 7-Zip / StuffIt / tar / gzip / bzip2 / CompactPro / LHA archive formats support.
  • A Mach-O application. (Mac OS X native format.)



Version 6.5.15:

  • Fixed a problem which prevented automatic mounting of a disk image when revealing an original item
  • Fixed some minor bugs



  • OS X 10.7 or later



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11:30
Bragi's 'Headphone' takes on Apple...

Almost three years ago, Bragi left an indelible mark on the headphone universe. The then-unknown company launched a pair of "truly" wireless headphones on Kickstarter that not only cut every wire, but boasted a slew of fitness-tracking features, all...

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11:06
Rocket: Launch Dock apps and recent apps from the...

Earlier this week we showcased a new MacBook Pro Touch Bar app called TouchSwitcher that allowed users to easily switch between running apps via shortcuts in the Touch Bar. Another recently launched app, called Rocket, employs a similar method for fast app switching, but features a few key differences. more…

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10:53
How Apple helped democratize typography in the ’90s

I remember the first demos of this system when it came out and being blown away by the possibilities it opened up to those of us in desktop publishing.

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10:42
Preventing spam iCloud calendar invites

I’m seeing a lot of reports of this. Hopefully, this can put an end to it.

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10:16
Buyers' guide: Choosing the right Apple Watch...




The Apple Watch is one of the most popular wearables out there, but as of this fall Apple has a variety of options, even putting aside cosmetic touches. Which one you should go with depends on your intended use -- and of course, your budget.

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10:16
Buyers' guide: Choosing the right Apple Watch...




The Apple Watch is one of the most popular wearables out there, but as of this fall Apple has a variety of options, even putting aside cosmetic touches. Which one you should go with depends on your intended use -- and of course, your budget.

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10:13
Black Friday: The best iPhone, iPad, Mac & Apple...

As always, our team over at 9to5Toys is tracking all of the best Black Friday deals today including some notable 5K iMac and MacBook Air price drops, discounts on iTunes gift cards, app and software deals, and much more.

While Apple continues to offer gift cards on older hardware only, you can at least get some big savings on all of the accessories you’ll need for your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and other Apple products. That includes...

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10:01
Give the Gift of Good Sleep

MY thanks to Hullo for sponsoring The Loop this week.

This Holiday season, give the gift of good sleep with Hullo buckwheat pillow. Hullo is a unique and thoughtful gift that even the most discerning sleeper can appreciate.

Hullo buckwheat pillow:

  • allows air to move freely through the pillow’s buckwheat hull fill, preventing uncomfortable heat build up.
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  • is biodegradable.
  • has a high level of customer satisfaction.

Avoid the Black Friday crowds and save money—every Hullo order ships fast and free. Order today at hullopillow.com.

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10:00
The best $200 in-ear headphones

By Lauren Dragan

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to buy The Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work...

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09:56
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Belkin WeMo Smart Switches...

Well, the day has finally arrived. Just about all of the most notable Black Friday deals are now live. Head below for the best deals of the year on Apple products, TVs, media streamers, displays, games, accessories and much more: more…

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09:49
Google Invents a New Rising Platform for Notebooks

Like Apple, Google decided to go beyond Android OS and get into the device business with their new "made by Google" theme. They want their premium devices to show-off and showcase their Google Assistant and to push other technologies for cameras, Google Play, Google Pay, VR and AR and so forth. This week the U.S. Patent Office revealed Google's new rising platform for notebooks.

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09:33
VLC media player preview brings 360-degree video...

You can now experience 360-degree video playback easily on your Mac with the popular VLC Media Player app. VideoLAN has released the first preview version of VLC 3.0 which includes support for watching immersive spherical videos on macOS.

more…

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09:19
Expercom Offering MacBook Pro With Touch Bar For Up...

Apple premium reseller Expercom is offering some notable discounts on new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models, including up to $53 off 13-inch models and up to $167 off 15-inch models depending upon the configuration selected.

The discounts are even steeper when an AppleCare Protection Plan is added. 15-inch models with AppleCare are up to $225 off, while 13-inch models with AppleCare are up to $117 off, depending upon the configuration selected.

A limited number of MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models remain in stock, with the majority estimated to ship in 2-4 weeks. Prices are valid until November 26. For reference, here is Expercom's sales tax policy.

13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

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09:10
VLC Media Player Previews 360-degree Video Support

VideoLAN has released a technical preview of VLC Media Player 3.0 with 360-degree video support. The new build handles videos following the Spatial Video format, and photos and panoramas following the Spherical spec (the official test page has sample files). From an article on SoftwareCrew:The files play back just like any other video, but you can now left-click and drag within the screen or use the numeric keypad arrows to look around. VideoLAN says there are multiple display modes -- Zoom, Little Planet and Reverse Little Planet -- although we couldn't immediately see how they were activated. This initial release is only available for Windows and Mac, but eventually 360-degree support will arrive for Android, iOS and Xbox One, with VR headset support likely to arrive in 2017.


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09:03
Maserati's electric Alfieri two-seater coming...

Maserati recently said it would sell its first electric car by 2020, and now we know exactly what it will look like. The company told Just Auto that it would build an EV version of its Alfieri, a two seat concept car that it first unveiled at the Gen...

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09:00
$5 PoisonTap Tool Easily Breaks Into Locked PCs


Proving once again that you can do a lot of damage with a little investment and a lot of ingenuity, security researcher Samy Kamkar recently managed to take down a locked, password-protected computer armed with only a $5 Raspberry Pi. The low-tech cookie-siphoning intrusion is one of Kamkar's simplest hacks ever. He previously has unlocked car doors, garages, wireless remote cameras and other devices, with MacGyver-like precision. Kamkar's latest hack, PoisonTap, uses a Raspberry Pi Zero, a micro SD card, and a micro USB cable.

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08:52
jAlbum Pro 13.7 - Organize your digital images and...

jAlbum Pro has all the features you love in jAlbum, but comes with a commercial license. You can create gorgeous custom photo galleries for the Web without writing a line of code!

  • Beginner-friendly, with Pro Results - Simply drag and drop photos into groups, choose a design from hundreds of beautiful album skins, and you're done!
  • Share the memories - Effortlessly upload your album to your website. If you don't have one, select one of jAlbum's affordable storage plans.
  • Photo galleries for everyone - jAlbum is the perfect photo-sharing tool for bloggers, small business, social groups, and families.

Features

  • White labeled albums
  • No ads in your albums
  • Priority e-mail support

For a more detailed comparison, see this page.



Version...

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08:50
jAlbum 13.7 - Create custom photo galleries for the...

With jAlbum, you can create gorgeous custom photo galleries for the Web without writing a line of code!

  • Beginner-friendly, with pro results - Simply drag and drop photos into groups, choose a design from hundreds of beautiful album skins, and you're done!
  • Share the memories - Effortlessly upload your album to your website. If you don't have one, select one of jAlbum's affordable storage plans.
  • Photo galleries for everyone - jAlbum is the perfect photo-sharing tool for bloggers, small business, social groups, and families.



Version 13.7:

Note: The standard jAlbum installation requires OS X 10.8.3 or later. To use jAlbum on OS X 10.6 and 10.7, select "jAlbum for Mac OS X (not bundled with Java)" from the developer's "More download options" page (...

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08:38
Google Drive 1.32.3889.0961 - File backup and...

Google Drive is a place where you can create, share, collaborate, and keep all of your stuff. Whether you're working with a friend on a joint research project, planning a wedding with your fiancé, or tracking a budget with roommates, you can do it in Drive. You can upload and access all of your files, including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs, and beyond.

Features

  • Create and collaborate. Google Docs is built right into Google Drive, so you can work with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Once you choose to share content with others, you can add and reply to comments on anything (PDF, image, video file, etc.) and receive notifications when other people comment on shared items.
  • Store everything safely and access it anywhere (especially while on the go). All your stuff is just... there. You can access your stuff from anywhere--on the Web, in your home, at the office,...
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08:18
How to make an iPhone speakerphone call using only...




One of the advantages of modern iPhones is the ability to go hands-free more often thanks to Siri -- but something people may not know is that it's possible to go straight into speakerphone mode when voice dialing.

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