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Monday May 30

06:05
Indian government nixes Apple’s plans to sell used...

India's minister of commerce and industry, Nirmala Sitharaman, held a press conference on Monday to announce the government had rejected Apple's request, according to Live Mint

We are not in favour of any company selling used phones in the company, however certified they may be,” commerce and industry minister Nirmala Sitharaman said at a press conference.

In March Apple sought permission from the government in India to sell used iPhones in the country. The goal was to increase its smartphone marketshare in India — which is under 2% right now.

New MacBooks are on the way - get top dollar for your used MacBook from Gazelle.

 

 

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Scrivener 2 – Back again for a...

In today’s iLounge Deal we have a great offer on Scrivener 2, back for two days only, for $22.50 — 50% off the regular price. This award-winning writing app, used by New York Times best-selling authors, takes the pain out of writing a novel in your typical word processor. Combining a wordsmith and project management tool, Scrivener 2 lets you outline your ideas, take notes, view research, and more, all in a single integrated application. You…

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05:19
Indian government publicly rejects Apple's...

Despite a recent trip by Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook to meet with local officials, the Indian government on Monday announced that it will not allow the company to sell refurbished iPhones in its country.

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05:18
Building permits break down costs of new SF Apple...

Apple recently provided a sneak preview of its latest retail store in San Francisco’s Union Square ahead of its grand opening, and building permits shared with BuildZoom (via Patently Apple) have now revealed some of the costs involved in buying and prepping the store.

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Filed under: AAPL Company Tagged:...

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05:01
India rejects Apple’s request to sell used iPhones,...

Indian site LiveMint is reporting that the Indian government has formally rejected Apple’s request to sell refurbished iPhones in the country as a way to make them more affordable to local consumers.

A newly-formed lobbying group opposed the plan, with Bloomberg reporting earlier this month that the government was expected to rule against Apple. This now seems to have been confirmed, despite Tim Cook making the case for the exception during his recent meeting with Prime Minister Modi …

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05:00
Enjoy Your Memorial Day

In honor of Memorial Day, a U.S. holiday, the staff of The Mac Observer will be taking the day off. We will resume our regular coverage of the Apple Mac, iPhone, and iPad world on Tuesday, May 31st, 2016.


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05:00
What Will HPE Sell Next?


I joined a bunch of analysts in discussing Hewlett Packard Enterprise's next move at a secret conclave last week. The company had just announced the sale of its IT services, which basically undid much of Mark Hurd's work as CEO. It already had sold off PCs and printers, more than undoing Carly Fiorina's earlier efforts. Granted, HPE spun it like it was an acquisition, but this move leaves the firm even more crippled, suggesting there's more to come. To hear Meg Whitman speak, it was like she had completely lost touch with reality.

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04:12
VocalIQ acquisition hints at how Apple plans to win...

When the original developers of Siri jumped ship to develop a competing intelligent assistant called Viv, they dismissed Apple’s implementation of their intelligent assistant as just ‘a clever AI chatbot.’ We’ve since heard that Apple plans to offer a Siri SDK that will allow it to call on the capabilities of third-party apps (something I called for last year) – but it seems like the company is also seeking to go even beyond Viv’s capabilities.

Apple last year acquired British intelligent assistant developer VocalIQ – a...

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04:00
Apple World Today is celebrating Memorial Day

We’ll be running a limited news update schedule today as we celebrate Memorial Day.

Memorial Day, federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. Remember our veterans on this special day. And be safe.

 

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02:00
Daily Deal: Complete JavaScript Coding Bundle, just...

Whether you know it or not, just about every time you visit a website, you're running JavaScript code. Maybe it's displaying an ad (sorry...) or perhaps it's being used to display real-time data on your favorite financial site. The fact is, JavaScript is the most widely-used client-side scripting language, and it's easy to get a job as a JavaScript developer if you know what you're doing. Our deal today will get you the skills you need to master JavaScript coding, packing 8 courses with 518 lessons into the easy-to-afford $59 Complete JavaScript Coding Bundle

What are the 8 courses? 

  • Learn to Code, Become a Web Developer & Master JavaScript! 
  • Level Up Your JavaScript Skills By Mastering an Essential Library & Framework
  • Master EmberJS: Learn...
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00:26
Yugioh Vintage Greeting card Adventure

Forums: SoftwareTags: Yu gi oh games

The Yugioh Vintage Greeting card Match (CCG) serves as a widespread card business oriented off of the Yugioh manga and computer animated t . v . suggest. Participants expect the tasks of dueling wizards and play around various kinds of cards to summon monsters, cast spells and employ traps in their rival.

Valuable Yu gi oh online game employment just a bit of diversely then everyday greeting card game. Practically in most greeting card game titles, one deck is applied, and individuals are dealt by it. In CCG's, each individual competitor has their own deck. This outdoor patio is designed by your player from cards which they buy, as well as...

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Sunday May 29

20:20
Largest-ever math proof chews up 200TB of data

You've probably been asked to prove a math solution at some point, but never like this. Researchers have created the world's largest math proof while solving the Boolean Pythagorean triples problem, consuming a whopping 200TB of data -- the previous...

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20:00
ARM prepares for VR in 2017's phones with new...

Come next year, ARM has one major theme in mind for its next batch of mobile processors: virtual reality. Its new Cortex-A73 chip and Mali-G71 GPU are, naturally, faster than its current lineup. But more so than the past few years, where incremental...

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18:40
Pope meets YouTube creators from around the world

Popes are no stranger to YouTube (Benedict XVI got a YouTube channel years ago), but Pope Francis is stepping things up a notch. He just met with 11 YouTube creators from around the world in a "first-of-its-kind" chat to share perspectives on issues...

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10:42
GraphicConverter 10

Everyone should have a copy of GraphicConverter on their Mac. It not only can open an incredible array of file formats, it has a feature set useful to many users of all skill levels. It’s a bonus that you’d be supporting a small Mac developer who has been around and creating great software for a very, very long time.

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10:02
William Gibson has written a comic, and you should...

If William Gibson wrote a phone book, I’d read it from cover to cover. His is a seminal voice in fiction and someone who’s work I devour whenever he has anything published. This will be no exception.

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09:56
The inside story of Apple’s forgotten project to...

Us old timers remember QT VR and how cool it was for its time. Sadly, another “cool” technology Apple either killed off or let die on the vine.

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08:53
MGG 607: The Pocket Dial Conspiracy

When in doubt, apply water, right? Listener Chris did, and it worked! Matthew takes us on a tour (through his mind) of the Pocket Dial Conspirary, and Matt asks some questions about eero. And that, folks, is what Mac Geek Gab is about: answering your questions and sharing your tips. Topics include helping Terry save PDFs to different locations from print dialogs, helping Joan to safely disable iCloud photo library, helping Michael set up his Apple Watch and MUCH, much more. Download, listen, enjoy and learn!


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07:41
Cyberduck 5

Returns support for Google Drive and updates user interface. ($23.99 new, free update, 89.6 MB)

 

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03:23
Tinderbox 6.6 and Storyspace 3.1.2

Updates to Eastgate's personal content assistant and hypertext writing app. ($249/149 new, free update, 55.4/49.6 MB)

 

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Saturday May 28

22:21
Apple Stores suffering from 'cult'...

For some workers, Apple Stores don't pay that well, don't leave much room for advancement, and sometimes produce an extremely difficult climate to work in, according to an interview with a U.K. staffer published on Saturday.

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21:23
CrashPlan 4.7

Prevents Time Machine from backing up the CrashPlan app bundle to avoid high CPU usage. (Free with a 30-day trial of online backup service, 73.8 MB)

 

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20:49
Cinematic VR maker Jaunt needs a new CEO

Let's say you run a well-funded startup in the super-hot virtual reality sector. What would you do -- bask in your success? Don't tell that to Jaunt CEO Jens Christensen. After just three years at the cinematic VR company he helped create, Christe...

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19:23
Nest's co-founder is releasing a smart kids...

Nest co-creator Tony Fadell isn't focused solely on making intelligent thermostats and smoke detectors. He recently unveiled Actev Motors, a company whose inaugural Arrow Smart-Kart promises to give kids a taste of what smart cars are like. The ele...

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18:43
iOS hacker shows off iOS 9.3.2 JailbreakMe-inspired...

Luca Todesco, better known around iOS hacking circles as qwertyoruiop, has released a video showcasing an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. The jailbreak, which is performed on a sixth-generation iPod touch, is performed in a style that’s similar to Comex’s famous JailbreakMe release for iOS 4.3.3 and below.

While it’s highly unlikely that this jailbreak release will ever see the light of day, the video is fairly convincing, and Todesco is a well-known hacker who has the credentials that lend to the video’s validity. more…

Filed under: Jailbreak Tagged: Hacks,...

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18:30
Apple CEO Tim Cook: I'd Require All Children To...

This week Apple CEO Tim Cook argued at Startup Fest Europe that coding should be a 'second language' taught to all children. theodp shares two quotes from a YouTube video. "We fundamentally believe that coding is a language and that just like other languages are required in school, coding should be required in school," Cook stated. "I do think coding is as important-- if not more important -- as the second language that most people learn in today's world," Cook later added... "I would go in and make coding a requirement starting at the fourth or fifth grade, and I would build on that year after year after year...I think we're doing our kids a disservice if we're not teaching them and introducing them in that way." Meanwhile, The Hill reported this week that The Computer Science Education Coalition -- which includes Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Facebook, and dozens of other companies -- hired a fourth "advocacy firm" that specializes in "mobilizing groups of people to influence...

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17:50
Google Photos celebrates first birthday and 24...

Happy birthday, Google Photos. In the year since its launch, the service has created 1.6 billion animations, collages and movies from your snapshots, according to a post on the Google blog. More than that, there've been some 2 trillion labels, with 2...

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16:22
ASUS' GeForce GTX 1080 is faster and more...

NVIDIA's official GeForce GTX 1080 is fast, but let's face it: you're really waiting for the third-party cards that push the limits of what the high-end graphics chipset can really do. And it looks like your patience just paid off. ASUS has reveale...

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14:29
Apple is working on an AI system that wipes the...

“Wipes the floor” remains to be proven and we’ll likely see something announced at WWDC in a couple of weeks but this article points out that Apple develops “in private” for the most part. Those who doubt Apple’s AI efforts seem to forget that fact.

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13:06
2016 best entry-level DSLRs: what to look for, what...

If you or someone you know wants a beginner DLSR, you can’t go too far wrong with many of the cameras on this list. The important thing is to not assume the camera automatically takes good pictures. That’s the responsibility of the photographer. Learn how to shoot, learn how to use your camera and practice, practice, practice. That’s how you become a better photographer.

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13:02
GraphicConverter 10

Major new release for the "Swiss Army knife" of graphics programs adds face recognition, collage creation, support for Apple Live Photos, and more. ($39.95 new, free update, 113 MB)

 

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13:01
Chinese schoolkids climb a 2,625-foot cliffside...

You know that old cliche you’ve heard about having to “walk to school in the snow, 5 miles uphill both ways…”? Next time you hear that, point the speaker to these kids. He’ll shut up quick.

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12:59
RapidWeaver 7.0.1

Major update for the Web design and publishing software with over 50 new features and enhancements. ($99 new, free update, 87.8 MB)

 

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11:36
∞ 23 Ninja tips for your next photo walk

Calling these “Ninja tips” is silly but there’s a lot of good info in this video. Next time you go out shooting, pick one or two of them and focus on getting that particular shot.

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08:27
This week’s top stories: new MacBooks incoming,...

The top Apple stories this week include reports of new MacBook models on the way, the latest rumored specs and features for iPhone 7, our roundup of features in the cards for iOS 10, and reports that Apple is developing dedicated hardware and a new SDK for Siri. As usual, below we’ve collected all of the handy links to these and our other top stories this week.

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Filed under: AAPL Company, iOS Devices, Mac Tagged: AAPL, Apple, iOS 10, iPhone 7, leaks,...

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05:50
Twitter gets Peek and Pop 3D touch features in...

You wouldn’t know it from looking at the Twitter iOS app update’s release notes but last night’s update allows for 3D touch Peek and Pop features on iPhone 6s/Plus. As Twitter puts it:

What’s New in Version 6.54

A few minor updates that you didn’t even know you needed.

In quick testing, the feature works reasonably well for ‘Peeking’ at URLs, images and profiles.

Filed under: iOS Devices ...

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03:00
The week in Apple news: iPhone 7 rumors, MacBook Pro...

Apple headlines for the week ending May 27, 2016

As Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) approaches, the rumors are starting to heat up. There are fresh rumors about the MacBook Pro, the iPhone 7, the Apple Car, iTunes content, and more. You’ll find links to the rumors as well as hard news in this slideshow. Click on the link to get more information.

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02:58
Calculate Your Web site worth

Forums: General FCS Discussion

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The business has definitely its numbers that make it likely for the ones fascinated to calculate the consequences of their work. At this level, the operation is simple and needs no magical recipes; the...

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02:35
This week on AI: New MacBook Pro rumors, Apple'...

While "iPhone 7" rumors continued to fly fast and furious, some of this week's biggest news actually surrounded the company's MacBook plans, as well as a possible Siri-based competitor to Amazon's Echo speaker.

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00:47
Send Amazing Raksha Bandhan Pooja Thali From The Web...

Forums: SoftwareTags: kids rakhi

Raksha Bandhan is usually a day time regarding rituals and traditions. The afternoon is usually seen in all of the component of country together with unique bands and also ways of life. The most common tradition on the day time is actually what will be noticed in the actual upper portion of country exactly where it's also generally known as rakhi. For the complete silent celestial body evening regarding Shravana littermates immediately after creating a shower sports standard outfits to finish every one of the rituals in addition to persuits in the morning.
http://www.kidsrakhi.com/
Kids Rakhi
Kids Rakhis
Kids Rakhi with Dry Fruits

All of the necessities with the time are...

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00:21
Italian lessons in London broadens the horizon of...

Forums: Software

For the learner of a foreign language, Italian is the fifth most popular language all over the world. About 90 million people speak  this language. The Italians are boast for this. The language has a strong connection with Portuguese, Spanish, and French. It suggests that if you can speak the one, it becomes easier  to be trained in other language. Italian lessons in London broadens your individual horizon.
With is expands your business areas. Your visit to different horizons feeling no language hesitations.

Maintain a strong bonding with London. Meet the locals and expert teachers to build a rapport with them for your learning needs,  keeping in view of your the busy...

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Friday May 27

20:58
Showrunner / executive producer leaves Netflix'...

Netflix's first talk show is finally here, but less than a month after launching it will be moving forward without showrunner/executive producer Bill Wolff. Deadline reported the TV veteran's departure but didn't give a clue as to why he's leaving af...

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20:22
Google and Ray Kurzweil are making chatbots together

While we don't often hear Ray Kurzweil's name associated with Google products, Mountain View hired him back in 2012 to work on unspecified machine learning and language processing projects. Now, the famous futurist has finally revealed one of the pro...

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19:58
Activists say Vietnam shut down Facebook during...

During President Obama's three-day trip to Vietnam this week, authorities in the country blocked access to Facebook in an attempt to silence political dissidents, according to reports from two activist organizations. Digital-rights group Access Now a...

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19:23
Latest robot roach can leap like the real thing

Look away entomophobes: a collaboration between South Korea's Seoul National University and UC Berkeley has created an unholy robotic cockroach that can not only crawl around to gross you out, but can also jump a solid five feet in the air and then p...

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18:56
NBC will air the 2016 Rio Olympics in 4K, HDR and...

NBC has announced that it will make content from this year's Olympic Games available to carriers in 4K and HDR, however there's one little catch: it will be delayed by a day. In a setup that will seem familiar to any early HDTV adopters that still ca...

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18:47
The Pros and Cons of a Proprietary Apple Car Charger

A Reuters report claiming Apple has been talking to car charger companies got Bryan Chaffin thinking about standards. It seems likely that Apple would develop its own proprietary technology for charging the Apple Car, but there are many reasons why it would make sense for Apple to adopt an industry standard.


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18:45
Feinstein-Burr Encryption Legislation Is Dead In The...

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Reuters: After the San Bernardino terrorist attack, key U.S. lawmakers pledged to require technology companies to give law enforcement agencies a "back door" to encrypted communications and electronic devices. Now, the push for legislation is dead only months after the terrorist attack. In April, Senators Richard Burr and Dianne Feinstein released the official version of their anti-encryption bill with hopes for it to pass through Congress. But with the lack of White House support for the legislation as well as the high-profile court case between Apple and the Justice Department, the legislation will likely not be introduced this year, and even if it were, it would stand no chance of advancing, said sources familiar with the matter. "The short life of the push for legislation illustrates the intractable nature of the debate over digital surveillance and encryption, which has been raging in one form or another since the 1990s," reports...

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18:27
Mailplane 3.6.3

Maintenance update for the Gmail-specific email client. ($24.95 new, free update, 23.4 MB)

 

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18:26
Twitter for iOS gets 'Peek and Pop' 3D...

Ubiquitous microblogging service Twitter on Friday released an updated version of its iOS app with native support for in-app "Peek and Pop" 3D Touch gestures, while Google refreshed its flagship search app with integrated Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) technology.

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18:00
Google Boosts Mobile Web Speed On Apple Devices With...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Fortune: The Google iOS app for devices like the iPhone and iPad now supports the search giant's Accelerated Mobile Pages project, created to increase the loading times of news articles on the Internet. Now when users search for news from their Apple devices using the Google app, they should see streamlined news articles from media companies like The Washington Post that chose to participate in Google's web project. The AMP project is a Google-led initiative to standardize the software code behind each news article on the mobile web. AMP was designed to remove years of accumulated software code that has built up on online publishers' websites. As of Friday, iOS users should see a lightning bolt graphic and the letters "AMP" next to news articles from participating publishers in the "Top Stories" section of their search results in the Google app.

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17:26
Capto 1.0.1

Maintenance release for the screen capture utility formerly known as Voila. ($29.99 new, free update, 22.8 MB)

 

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16:32
Anticipating WWDC 2016: What's in store for...

Apple has sold far more iOS devices than Macs over the past several years, but as a $20 billion business, the Mac platform remains extremely important to the company. Here's a look at where Apple's conventional computing platform is headed, and what we can expect to see at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference.

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16:27
PopChar X 7.5

Adds support for combined emojis in the Apple Color Emoji font. (€29.99 new, free update, 4.6 MB)

 

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16:24
Report: Jawbone has stopped making its fitness...

According to a report this evening from Tech Insider, Jawbone, the company once famous for its Bluetooth headsets and more recently known for its Jambox speakers and fitness wearables, has stopped making the UP line of fitness trackers. This includes three devices that the company has reportedly struggled to sell: the UP2, UP3, and UP4. Another report says that a clinical-grade wearable is coming soon…

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Filed under: Tech Industry Tagged: clinical, fitness, Google, ...

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15:59
VirnetX Wants to Shut Down FaceTime, but it Won’t...

The patent holding company VirnetX has managed to score a string of wins in its ongoing fight with Apple over infringement claims. Most recently, the company won US$625 million in a February ruling, and now is asking the court to bump that up another $190 million and grant an injunction forcing Apple to turn off FaceTime and iMessage. Despite VirnetX's track record so far, however, it isn't likely the court will agree to shut down Apple's video and text chat services.


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15:26
TextExpander 6.0.5

Improves the Snippet Editor with better image import. ($40 annual subscription, $20 upgrade subscription, free update from version 6, 7.3 MB)

 

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15:26
1Password 6.3

Adds support for the Vivaldi, Brave and Opera developer Web browsers, plus enables anchoring of the Large Type window. ($49.99 new, free update, 47.5 MB)

 

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15:26
AirPort Base Station Firmware Update 7.6.7 and 7.7.7

Separate updates for Airport models with 802.11n Wi-Fi and new tower-like models with 802.11ac Wi-Fi. (Free)

 

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15:21
Apple details efforts to ease environmental impact...

In an effort to allay local concerns over a massive data center project in Galway, Ireland, Apple this week offered greater detail on environmental initiatives it has planned for the site, from forest repopulation to the creation of a public woodland walkway.

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14:45
It Could Happen - Universally Autonomous Cars Could...

Companies that must employ drivers and pay them, even without customary benefits, would like to replace them with computers that can drive autonomously. This makes such vehicles candidates for taxis, buses, and trucks.  But what about customers who actually enjoy being in control of a car that they own?  Is that an enduring or dying part of American culture? John Martellaro looks at the issues.


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14:45
Star Wars: Force Awakens Soundtrack LPs Will Feature...

I am so in love with this! Disney is planning to release a hologram vinyl version of the original motion picture soundtrack for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Vinyl—hipsters rejoice, right? But wait, there's more because geeks get to rejoice, too, because HOLOGRAM! A hologram of the Millennium Falcon and a Tie Fighter is etched into the vinyl that appears above the LPs (it's a two-disc set) when it spins on the turntable. It's an analog process, there are no projectors here, it's just light doing what light does when a mad scientist like Tristan Duke harnesses it to his will. It turns out he did the same thing for some limited edition LPs Jack White put out for his killer album Lazaretto (the title track's video is one of my favs). So anyhoo...watch this video and delight that there are smart people who make things that amaze us.

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14:36
Record Your Mac’s Screen with iShowU Instant: $12

We have a deal for you today on a utility that makes it easy to record your screen (screencap) on your Mac. iShowU Instant for Mac records in QuickTime or MP4, can hide your desktop icons, and can share to various social media services directly. You can also control your frame rate, going as slow as 1 fame per minute to record time lapse movies. You can get this software through TMO for $12, half off retail.


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14:34
Jawbone said to end fitness tracker sales, may sell...

Once a mainstay of both industries, Jawbone is reportedly exiting the fitness-tracking world -- at least temporarily -- as well as trying to sell off its speaker division.

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13:53
∞ Rob Zombie: We’re An American Band

Zombie did a great job with this classic song.

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13:46
Jawbone stopped making its UP fitness trackers

Jawbone has three major fitness trackers: The UP2, UP3, and UP4. The company has struggled to sell the devices and was forced to offload them at a discount to a reseller in order to get the revenue it needed to keep the business going, according to the source.

The report also notes that Jawbone is trying to sell its speaker business, as well.

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13:44
A modern take on cuckoo clocks

I really like cuckoo clocks and grandfather clocks. Always have.

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13:38
Google Photos: One year, 200 million users, and a...

Now 200 million of you are using Google Photos each month. We’ve delivered more than 1.6 billion animations, collages and movies, among other things. You’ve collectively freed up 13.7 petabytes of storage on your devices—it would take 424 years to swipe through that many photos! We’ve also applied 2 trillion labels, and 24 million of those have been for … selfies.

Google put together some of their favorite tips for using the service.

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13:30
Notable apps and app updates for May 27, 2016

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

Mac OS X Apps/Updates

Eltima Software has announced Folx Pro 5.0, an update to their download manager for Mac OS X. 

It provides download management, smart files organization, and more. Version 5.0 offers a new interface design, supported by reworked features and new options. Downloading from websites requiring authentication has gotten easier with a password manager. Also, the new Folx Smart Speed Adjustment feature became even smarter and more flexible, according to the folks at Eltima.

Folx Pro costs $19.99. It can be downloaded from the developer's website. All registered users of Folx 4.0 Pro can upgrade to the latest version at a 50% discount....

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11:46
How should Apple & Siri compete with Amazon Echo...

Amazon was first with its Echo Wi-Fi speaker — a dedicated, standalone hub for its Alexa virtual assistant software — and now word has it Apple is working on a similar product for Siri. The several reports this week detailing Apple’s plans followed Google’s unveiling of its competitive Home hardware and Assistant platform at its Google I/O developer conference earlier this month. But what exactly will Apple’s competitor look like? And how will its reported plans for a Siri SDK play into its approach?

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11:43
Report: Apple’s rumored Amazon Echo-like Siri...

Earlier this week it was reported that Apple may announce a Siri SDK and Amazon Echo-like Siri speaker at WWDC next month. The software development kit would allow developers to integrate apps with the voice assistant, and a Siri speaker would compete with Amazon’s Alexa and the upcoming Google Home. Adding to the rumors, a new report suggests this product may not be available until sometime next year, but could feature cameras with facial recognition features that stand out from Amazon’s and Google’s products.

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11:41
Apple's intelligent assistant plans shouldn...

So, rumor has it that Apple is working on a competitor to the Amazon Echo, and has been for a while. Rumor also has it that the company may also be adding a microphone and speaker to the Apple TV, to make it more Echo-like. Furthermore, yet another rumor points to the emergence of a Siri API.

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11:14
Apple's Siri-based Echo competitor could come...

Apple's rumored Amazon Echo competitor could reportedly include a camera for facial recognition, but may have to wait until 2017 to hit store shelves.

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10:52
AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule updates...

According to MacRumors.com, the AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule are out of stock at many U.S. Apple retail stores. You can still buy ‘em at the online store, and the AirPort Express can still be purchased both online and in the retail stores.

With the 2016 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference about two weeks away, it’s possible that we could see updated units announced. The current models are a bit long-in-the-tooth. Apple last updated the AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule at WWDC 2013 with faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi, new designs, and other internal changes. The AirPort Express was last updated in June 2012.

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10:49
TMO Daily Observations 2016-05-27: Apple’s Car...

Apple needs to make sure there's a way to charge its electric car when drivers are out and about. Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to offer up their thoughts on how Apple will deal with existing charging station standards, competing with Tesla, and creating its own proprietary charging connector. They also have some thoughts on the report that Apple's Eddie Cue wanted to buy Time Warner Entertainment.


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10:44
News: Apple’s new ‘Echo rival’ may feature a camera

Apple may be planning to include facial recognition technology in its rumored Siri device, according to CNET. Sources for the report indicated that Apple has “explored putting a camera in its device” with facial recognition technology that could detect who is in a room, and could then activate personal music and lighting profiles....

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10:37
Rumor: Apple’s Amazon Echo competitor will be a ‘...

I’m about to give you the latest speculation on the rumored Apple Siri-based speaker system. Get you pad and pencil ready; you’ll need to take notes to keep the rumors straight.

On Wednesday it was reported that Apple is working on "an Amazon Echo-like device with a speaker and microphone that people can use to turn on music, get news headlines or set a timer” that will be powered by Siri. Yesterday VentureBeat said that such a gadget may come in the form of a refreshed Apple TV, rather than a new hardware product.

Today CNET says that it won’t be a next generation Apple TV, but will be a “smart speaker” that could be "self aware" and...

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09:55
AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule out of stock at U.S...

“I was trying to buy an AirPort Extreme today from the Beverly Hills Apple Store and an employee told me that Apple had asked for all of them back from all the stores,” wrote one anonymous tipster.

To verify the tipster’s claim, we contacted an Apple support representative who confirmed that Apple has pulled AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule stock from all U.S. stores. The base stations remain available to order online, while it appears the smaller AirPort Express can still be purchased both online and in stores at present time.

As noted in the story, it could be new FCC guidelines.

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09:50
Airport Extreme, Time Capsule pulled from U.S. Apple...

Although the products are still available online, Apple no longer appears to be selling the AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule in its U.S. retail stores, according to a Friday report and checks by AppleInsider.

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09:30
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09:20
Oh Samsung

Talk about a blatant ripoff of the iPhone. I really do hate Samsung.

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09:00
Gadget Ogling: A Homier Google, Flicking Lamps, and...


Not quite content with Nest controlling how warm your domicile is and Chromecast taking charge of what you watch, Google is moving further into your physical world with its connected home hub, the creatively named "Home." Taking a page or 10 out of Amazon Echo's book, Home is a blend of a smart speaker and a personal assistant, which you control using your voice. It can handle the types of queries Google Now and its successor, Google Assistant, can take on -- from questions like what's on your schedule for the day to trivia about your favorite sports team.

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09:00
A look at Belkin's elegant Valet Charge Dock...

The Belkin Valet Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone in action. Photo©2016, Steven Sande

There are thousands of charge docks for the iPhone, and probably hundreds that we've seen for Apple Watch. But until now, I don't recall reviewing a charge dock that can power both the iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time. Belkin's Valet Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone (US$129.99) does just that, and does it while looking pretty darned classy at the same time.

Design

The Valet is a cleverly designed, sleek package that is rather simple when you get right down to it. For the iPhone, there's a built-in Lightning connector in the base that can be adjusted up or down to fit whatever case -- or lack thereof -- you have protecting it. For the adjustment, you just rotate a knob that's located on the back of the Valet. Once you...

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08:50
iPhone SE: Is Less the New More?

Apple introduced the iPhone SE earlier this year and Dr. Mac's been testing one. While it looks like an iPhone 5 or 5s from the outside, inside are thoroughly modern guts based on the iPhone 6s. 


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08:32
Apple's installment-based iPhone trade-up...

Apple on Friday brought its "Trade Up with Installments" program to France, Italy, and Spain, expanding it beyond U.S. borders for the first time.

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08:17
Apple working to expand Apple Pay into Prime Asian,...

Following up on the launch of Apple Pay in Singapore this week, Apple executive Jennifer Bailey has gone on the record stating that the company is planning a rapid expansion into every significant market it can with a focus on Europe and Asia. Apple Pay is currently available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, China, Singapore and Australia. Apple has already said the mobile payments service will reach Hong Kong soon …

Bailey stated that Apple decides the next item on its Apple Pay expansion given a number of factors, although market size for Apple products tends to be a primary factor. She also stated that existing market penetration of contactless payment terminals and existing financial infrastructures also plays a factor.

Apple will also...

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07:50
Samsung to bring web-based 'SamsungPay Mini...

The expanding electronic payments battle between Apple, Google, and Samsung will reportedly reach a new front next month as the South Korean firm is said to be readying a new web-based option that would enable iPhone users to make online payments via SamsungPay.

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07:44
Support for Anti-encryption Laws Crumbles

The FBI's hopes for a laws to weaken encryption and require tech companies to build back doors through device security features seems to be crumbling because support in Congress is evaporating. A draft bill from Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) isn't going to to be introduced, and even if it was, there isn't any support for it.


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07:43
Rumor: Fifth-gen Apple TV could feature version of...

With rumors that Apple is working on a device to compete with Amazon’s Echo, it’s been suggested that a fifth-generation version of the Apple TV will eventually get its own microphone and speaker, and that Apple will be improving its computing infrastructure to handle more Siri queries.

Supporting these developments will be the previously-rumored Siri SDK for developers, allowing them to hook third-party apps into the platform, the source noted.

The report didn’t indicate when a next-gen Apple TV might launch and the Apple TV itself has generally been released on a more sporadic schedule than Apple’s other products. Also, while an announcement could be made at next month’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple is unlikely to update...

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07:37
Senate proposal to require encryption workarounds...

A proposal in the U.S. Senate to require smartphone OS developers and other tech vendors to break their own encryption at the request of law enforcement may be dead on arrival.

The proposal, released as a discussion draft last month, may not be formally introduced this year because of strong opposition, according to a Reuters report.

The draft bill, pushed by Senators Richard Burr and Dianne Feinstein, would allow judges to order tech companies to comply with requests from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to help them defeat security measures and break into devices.

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07:36
News: Apple ‘working rapidly’ to extend Apple Pay to...

Apple is “working rapidly” to launch Apple Pay farther and wider in the European and Asian markets, Jennifer Bailey, Apple’s VP of Apple Pay revealed an interview with TechCrunch. While Apple Pay is available in only six countries right now — the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, China, and Singapore — Bailey stated that Apple’s goal is to have Apple Pay available in “every significant market that Apple is in. Bailey…

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07:11
10 tips for new and prospective MacBook owners [...

As someone coming from a 15″ MacBook Pro with Retina display, adjusting to the smaller form-factor of the 12″ MacBook takes some getting used to. But as brought out in our post highlighting 10 favorite MacBook features, the effort is worth it.

I’ve been using the 2016 MacBook as my primary computer since last week, and I’ve learned a lot about this little machine during my hands-on time. If you’re thinking about purchasing a new MacBook, or if you already own one, consider these tips to get more out of this tiny wonder. more…

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06:51
French, Italian and Spanish iPhone owners can now...

setteB.IT noticed that French, Italian and Spanish iPhone owners can now take advantage of Apple’s Trade Up With Installments plan, where you use your existing phone as a down payment on a new one, paying off the balance in installments over two years. It’s effectively the iPhone Upgrade Program available in the U.S., but with lower monthly payments in exchange for handing over your old phone.

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06:41
Congress won't consider mandatory encryption...

Draft legislation that could've forced U.S. corporations like Apple to decrypt data on-demand following a court order won't be formally introduced this year, and has lost the support needed to advance anyway, sources said on Friday.

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06:38
Malwarebytes extends enterprise endpoint detection...

Malwarebytes has introduced Malwarebytes Breach Remediation for Mac and new forensics capabilities as part of its Malwarebytes Breach Remediation platform. Tiered pricing starts at $22.99. 

This Malwarebytes endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution hunts for and is designed to remove advanced threats from Mac OS X and Windows endpoints. 

Malwarebytes Breach Remediation is an EDR solution that detects and removes infections and related artifacts simultaneously across all endpoints on a network. Malwarebytes Breach Remediation scans network endpoints looking for suspicious files or anomalies and, when found, pieces together the threat traces and automatically remediates compromised systems. This approach to breach remediation is designed to help eliminate the possibility of new cyber attacks or lateral movements that capitalize on leftover malware traces.

Although Macs have faced...

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06:28
Comment: Google’s use of Android’s Material Design...

Jason Snell has written an interesting piece at Macworld, berating Google for using its Material Design user-interface in iOS apps. In other words, Google ignores all the iOS conventions and instead makes its iPhone and iPad apps look exactly like Android ones. This can be seen in everything from the ‘white card on gray background’ overall design all the way down to small details like using vertical rather than horizontal dots as a menu icon.

He argues that Google is acting like Microsoft did back in the early 90s, suddenly making its Mac apps look and behave like Windows ones. It is, he suggests, arrogant …

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06:28
Apple expands its iPhone ‘Trade Up with Installments...

As noted by MacRumors.com, Apple has expanded its "Trade Up with Installments" program for iPhone to France, Italy, and Spain.

The payment plan allows a user to trade in any old iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone and apply the value of the device towards a new 24-month iPhone installment plan. Apple's targeting people with older iPhones with this program, making it possible to purchase a newer phone to use for the next two years for minimal payments. 

An example would be purchasing a 128GB iPhone 6s Plus after trading in an iPhone 4 -- the value of the older phone is subtracted from the price of the new phone, then amortized over 24 months. The program is effectively a loan handled by Apple as an intermediary, so customers will need approved credit to qualify. The exact amounts paid may vary depending on the condition of the smartphone traded in...

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06:22
Analyst: Apple could (theoretically) add 62 million...

In a note to clients — as reported by AppleInsider — Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said that Apple can add 62 million iOS users in India, though it wont’ be easy.

Citing recent studies, he notes that only 17% of the country's 1.25 billion citizens own a smartphone, with Apple holding a 3% to 5% marketshare last year. Based on the current Indian annual smartphone base, Munster estimates Apple would add 10 million in incremental iPhone units if it increases Indian marketshare to China levels. That number jumps to 16 million iOS users assuming identical smartphone penetration rates and carrying over Apple's current Indian marketshare. All total, Apple could theoretically gain 62 million iOS device users in India.

However, there are challenges — mainly money. Notably, Indian citizens aren’t wealthy. To help counter this...

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06:14
∞ A dark, dark vision of the augmented future reality

Warning: the embedded video is pretty dark. Has a Blade Runner sort of feel to it. Imagine a future where everywhere you look, there’s data analysis and advertising. All reality is seen through an augmented translation. Keiichi Matsuda has put together a striking vision.

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06:13
Apple TV adds NBCUniversal, VHX apps

Pay TV subscribers who also own a fourth-generation Apple TV can stream the latest shows from NBCUniversal channels Bravo, E! and Syfy through dedicated apps Bravo Now, E! Now and Syfy Now.

Both current and past seasons should be available. Some are free to watch, but others require you to sign in with your TV provider account details.

What’s more, video channel operators on Vimeo’s VHX subscription VOD platform can now let users subscribe directly from apps for the Apple TV, reports Variety. Sellers on the VHX currently launched with in-app subscriptions in the Apple and Roku app stores include MHz Networks, which offers foreign-language programming for U.S. consumers, as well as YouTube channels Black&Sexy TV, and Yoga with Adriene. 

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