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21:06
Apple research paper details LiDAR-based 3D object...




Apple researchers are pushing forward with efforts to bring autonomous vehicle systems to public roads, and last week published an academic paper outlining a method of detecting objects in 3D point clouds using trainable neural networks. While still in its early stages, the technology could mature to improve accuracy in LiDAR navigation solutions.

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18:20
Hands-on: Akitio Thunder3 Quad X – a four bay drive...

When it comes to Thunderbolt 3 support, there are a handful of companies that immediately come to mind. Akitio, a California-based innovator, is definitely one of those companies.

One of its first big Thunderbolt 3-equipped products, the Akitio Node, made headlines for its inclusion of a macOS-compatible Thunderbolt 3 chipset. Since then, it has released a variety of products that support the high-bandwidth interface.

The latest such release is the Akitio Thunder3 Quad X. Featuring a similar naming convention as earlier releases, the Thunder3 Quad X is notable for a design that pays homage to the classic Mac Pro “cheese grater” design.

Similar to the...

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18:02
KGI again says 2018 iPhones will feature gigabit LTE...

Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is out with what he refers to as “part two” of his analysis into Apple’s work on creating a 5G iPhone and what the near future holds.

This investors note says that Apple may adopt faster antenna modules in all of its 2018 iPhones, and offers more information about suppliers for next year’s iPhone antenna modules. Much of the report reiterates a note from KGI last week.

more…

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17:57
2018 iPhone models to boast enhanced LTE...




Apple's next-generation iPhone lineup, due for debut in 2018, will build on LTE antenna technology introduced with iPhone X to support ultra-fast transmissions speeds designated by 4x4 MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) standards.

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17:09
New paper from Apple research scientists dives...

Tim Cook has publicly commented on Apple’s work in autonomous systems before, and a new research paper from two Apple research scientists dives deeper into the company’s efforts. The paper explains how Apple is using a combination of LiDAR with other technologies for 3D object detection that represents the future.

more…

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17:00
Apple buys company that specializes in AR headset...

Apple has acquired a Montreal start-up along its reported route toward building an augmented reality headset. The tech giant bought Vrvana, makers of a headset called Totem (pictured), for around $30 million, TechCrunch reports.

The Totem headset is featured on Vrvana's website but hasn't been released, and focuses on combining both AR and virtual reality features in the same headset. A number of Vrvana employees have joined Apple in California, TechCrunch notes.

Here’s how the Totem is described at the Vravana website: 

Totem’s hand tracking and inside-out positional tracking empowers your workforce to manipulate virtual objects with their hands wherever they please. Totem’s ability to produce truly opaque blacks and seamlessly blend the real world with the virtual...

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16:37
Ajit Pai and the FCC Will Dismantle Net Neutrality,...

In a feat of willful ignorance or outright deceit, Mr. Pai believes that free market competition can keep the Internet open when there is no competition.


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16:24
Apple acquires AR startup Vrvana for $30M as it...

According to a new report from TechCrunch, Apple recently acquired a virtual/augmented reality startup out of Montreal, Canada called Vrvana. The deal was worth radon $30 million, the report says.

more…

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16:22
Website Tracking to be Worse Than Thought, Study...

The researchers say that ad-blockers can block some, but not all of the scripts. However, AdBlock Plus has recently been updated to block all of the session replay scripts.


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16:04
Apple reportedly acquires Canadian AR headset...




Amid rumors claiming Apple is working on a branded augmented reality headset, a report on Tuesday claims the tech giant has bolstered its AR hardware team with the purchase Canadian startup Vrvana.

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15:23
Uber was hacked in 2016 and covered it up

Hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber Technologies Inc., a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year. This week, the ride-hailing firm ousted its chief security officer and one of his deputies for their roles in keeping the hack under wraps, which included a $100,000 payment to the attackers.

They simply neglected to tell anyone they had been hacked. There is nothing this company won’t do.

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15:22
AWT News Update: November 21, 2017

We've got all sorts of fun stories for you today...and even a few ideas for Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals:

  • Sonnet is selling the "eGFX Breakaway Box - Developer Edition" (AKA Apple External Graphics Development Kit) for $100, and you don't need to be a developer to get one
  • Quartz finds out that Android devices gather location data even with location services turned off, when apps aren't being used, and even without a SIM installed
  • Google's Fuchsia OS is being designed so that Swift apps can run on the OS
  • Gamevice announces that its controller for iPhone and iPad is now fully compatible with the DJI Spark drone

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Apple News readers need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.

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15:16
Uber paid $100,000 to cover up 2016 breach exposing...




Uber on Tuesday became the latest tech firm to acknowledge a major hack of its systems that spilled data from 50 million customers and some 7 million drivers, a breach the company paid $100,000 to keep quiet.

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15:14
Lowest prices anywhere: Apple's 2017 13"...




The lowest prices of the year are here on Apple devices with less than 48 hours left to take advantage of the exclusive discounts. Pick up a 13" MacBook Pro for as low as $1,099 with coupon, or opt for a Touch Bar model for just $1,599 ($200 off). Very limited quantities are available and these offers may end at any time, so don't delay.

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14:43
Uber officially discloses data breach that affected...

Uber today has officially disclosed a massive data breach that affected some 57 million users. As noted in a report from Bloomberg, the breach originally occurred in October of 2016, with Uber working to conceal it for a year…

more…

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14:35
Pixar head John Lasseter takes leave of absence amid...




John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Disney Animation Studios and close friend of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, is taking a six-month leave of absence after allegations of inappropriate behavior toward female co-workers.

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14:13
Siri’s Voice Missing from Your Apple Watch Series 3...

If Siri isn’t talking to you on your Apple Watch Series 3 she may not be giving you the cold shoulder; she may have lost her voice. Literally. Here’s how to get it back.


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14:00
4K/UHD TV and Apple TV 4K Buying Tips

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday imminent, John offers some tips for those thinking about moving up to a 4K/UHD TV and an Apple TV 4K.


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13:59
Apple sells out of External Graphics Development Kit...

Apple launched its External Graphics Development Kit during WWDC 2017 as a way to assist developers with demanding graphics-intensive apps and VR content creation. The unit included the developer edition of Sonnet’s external eGFX GPU chassis, along with Sapphire’s AMD RX 580 8GB graphics card, and Belkin’s USB-C to 4-port USB-A hub.

Apple priced the External Graphics Development Kit at $599, which was reasonable considering that the Sapphire Pulse RX 580 8GB still goes for around $279, and demanded a higher price during the kit’s launch. The External Graphics Development Kit has been on sale for several months, but now all stock appears to be exhausted.

As a part of its Cyber Week Sale, Sonnet is offering the eGFX Breakaway Box – Developer Edition — the same unit included in Apple’...

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13:57
iPhone X: Create useful shortcuts with a virtual...

You’ve likely quickly adapted to the new Home button-less iPhone X and its gesture based user interface. But while there are a lot of improvements, some aspects have become less user-friendly, like pulling up Control Center, Notification Center, and Apple Pay. Luckily, you can use a (mostly invisible) virtual Home button to create shortcuts to make a custom, efficient UI.

more…

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13:30
New Windows Search Interface Borrows Heavily From...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Press clover-space on a Mac (aka apple-space or command-space to Apple users) and you get a search box slap bang in the middle of the screen; type things into it and it'll show you all the things it can find that match. On Windows, you can do the same kind of thing -- hit the Windows key and then start typing -- but the results are shown in the bottom left of your screen, in the Start menu or Cortana pane. The latest insider build of Windows, build 17040 from last week, has a secret new search interface that looks a lot more Mac-like. Discovered by Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia, set a particular registry key and the search box appears in the middle of the screen. The registry key calls it "ImmersiveSearch" -- hit the dedicated key, and it shows a simple Fluent-designed search box and results. This solution looks and feels a lot like Spotlight on macOS.

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13:19
iPhone X: How to get the Best Shots with Portrait...

Want to get the most out of Portrait Mode’s Stage Light effect on the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X? Check out TMO’s tips.


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13:12
Turning an iPhone X into Mobile Street Art (Video)

Artist and YouTuber Sketch Art turned an iPhone X into mobile street art. Using spray paint, lids, tape, paper, and techniques you might have seen performed live on a downtown sidewalk, he painted a “custom skin” for his iPhone. I’ve always been fascinated by this artform, and while I wouldn’t do it to my own iPhone X, I thought it was amazing. The video below is a 17 minute version where he walks us through the whole process. A 3 minute version posted to Facebook has garnered some 6 million views, but you’ll have to go there to view it.


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13:08
Be sure to join us for tonight's AWT TV...

Most Tuesday nights, you can join the AWT crew broadcasting AWT TV on YouTube Live talking over the latest Apple news, demoing apps and accessories, and otherwise having a good time. Tonight's show begins at 6:30 PM PT / 9:30 PM ET and we'll find plenty to talk about -- even in a slow news season like we're in right now. 

All you need to do is point your browser (or Apple TV) at this link at the appropriate time for your time zone, and within a few minutes you'll see us. The show runs about an hour more or less, and you can chat with those of us "on the air" through the YouTube Live chat tool. 

See you tonight!

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12:54
ecobee launches pilot program for its Alexa-enabled...

Smart thermostat maker ecobee previewed its first smart light switch earlier this year, and now the Alexa-enabled Switch+ is getting closer to shipping. Before ecobee releases Switch+ to the public, however, the company is opening a limited product pilot to select testers.

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12:50
Why Apple's HomePod Is Three Years Behind...

Apple unveiled the HomePod, its first smart speaker to take on market-leading Amazon's Echo lineup of speakers, in June this year. Despite being three years late to the party, the HomePod has largely been pitched more as a speaker that sounds great instead of a device that sounds great but more importantly can also help you with daily chores. On top of this, Apple said last week it was delaying the shipment of HomePod from December this year to "early 2018." So why does a company, the market valuation of which is quickly reaching a trillion dollar, so behind its competitors? Bloomberg reports on Tuesday: Apple audio engineers had been working on an early version of the HomePod speaker for about two years in 2014 when they were blindsided by the Echo, a smart speaker from Amazon with a voice-activated assistant named Alexa. The Apple engineers jokingly accused one another of leaking details of their project to Amazon, then bought Echos so they could take them apart and see how they...

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12:47
Scammer Uses Venmo to Steal iPhones from Ordinary...

There’s a scumbag out there using Venmo to steal iPhones (and other devices) from ordinary people. According to The Verge is works like this: someone posts an iPhone for sale, as was the case in the wake of iPhone X’s launch. A person going by the name of Andy Mai answers the ad, offers to pay a lot for the device, with payment over PayPal’s VenMo. The two parties agree to meet—often in public—but Andy Mai sends a surrogate, usually a young Asian male. The seller gets his funds in VenMo and hands over the device. Later—sometimes immediately—VenMo informs the seller that the funds have been withdrawn.  The running theory is that the funds were illicit and the account was suspended by Venmo. These sales are taking place through Facebook Marketplace and Andy Mai appears as if it’s a real Facebook account. But he’s a smart scumbag. He’s hiring unwitting people to pick up the devices, and they don’t meet the criminal, either. And it’s not just iPhones. Cameras, coveted...

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12:46
Nearly complete Apple Park shown in short drone video

Since construction began on Apple Park back in 2015, we've been following several drone pilots who have been capturing the progress of construction on the new Apple headquarters. Now that the campus is nearly complete, pilot/videographer Matthew Roberts of Maverick Solutions took one more flight to capture the latest changes.

A flyover of the newly-opened visitor center shows people standing on the roof of the structure where there's an observation deck. Sod has been installed many locations, and the pond that's inside the ring-shaped headquarters building finally has water in it. Outdoor food stations that are inside the ring are also nearing completion, while landscaping is still ongoing near the employee fitness center. As you'd surmise from this being the headquarters of the world's most valuable company, security checkpoints are now in operation. 

I wouldn't be surprised if...

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12:34
Latest Apple Park drone footage depicts massive...




The latest drone footage of Apple Park shows what appears to be complete landscaping with a full pond inside the circular headquarters, and has the closest shots of the large atrium doors yet seen.

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12:19
Blooomberg: Siri Is ‘Almost an Afterthought’ on...

Citing unnamed sources, Mr. Gurman reported that HomePod has been in development for years, started and stopped multiple times, and that Apple was caught flat-footed by Amazon’s Alexa.


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12:04
4K drone footage captures Apple Park Visitor Center...

Apple Park is now open for business, but that doesn’t appear to be stopping drones from flying over Apple’s new campus and capturing aerial footage of the nearly finished project. See for yourself below:

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12:02
Redesigned YouTube app returns to Amazon's Echo...




Amazon has brought a YouTube app back to the display-equipped Echo Show, apparently resolving a conflict with Google over terms of service.

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11:43
Kill Time With 5 Fun AR Video Games for iPhone

This Thanksgiving we’ve rounded up five fun AR video games to kill time when you’re traveling or just want something to do.


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11:20
Video: With Apple's HomePod delayed until 2018...




Apple recently announced that its highly anticipated premium HomePod speaker won't launch in December as was originally planned. AppleInsider brings you up to speed with everything you need to know about the HomePod's delay until 2018.

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10:54
4K TV Buying Tips, Better Holiday iPhone Photos –...

John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share tips on buying a 4K television, and on how to take better holiday photos with your iPhone.


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10:48
FCC chief plans to ditch net neutrality rules

The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans on Tuesday to repeal landmark 2015 rules that prohibited internet service providers from impeding consumer access to web content in a move that promises to recast the digital landscape.

I don’t understand how they think this is a good thing.

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10:47
Ireland closer to collecting back taxes from Apple

Ireland is closer to collecting €15B (about $15 billion) in Apple taxes following European Commission criticism that the country was dragging its feet.

The money traces back to an August European Commission (EU) ruling that Ireland gave Apple unfair tax incentives. Last year, the EU told Apple to repay the back taxes to the country, which had given Apple unfair tax breaks. The tech giant is supposed to put the money into an escrow account while appealing the decision. If Apple wins, it gets the money back. 

However, according to Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar told Parliament: “We’ve indicated to them that we want the escrow account established and we want funds to be paid into the escrow account without further delay. We do not want to be in the situation where the Irish government has to...

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10:41
The man behind rock music’s most iconic photos...

You’ve probably never heard his name but I guarantee you’ve seen his images.

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10:30
Review: Anker Soundbuds Surge In-Ear Bluetooth...

Just a little while ago, we reviewed the Anker Soundbuds Slim — a highly recommendable, highly-affordable Bluetooth headphone designed for sport. Anker recently sent us the Soundbuds Surge, a refresh of the Slim. The Surge has more similarities to its predecessor than differences, making it just as easy to recommend.{/exp:char_limit}

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10:07
Sega releases 'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' free...




Sega has added another classic title to its Sega Forever free-to-play game collection, by making the iPhone and iPad port of 'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' available to download on iOS and tvOS, on the 25th anniversary of the original game's release on the Genesis game console.

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10:01
Hands-on with Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: Pocket...

For those who don’t know me very well, I am an unapologetic Nintendo fanboy. Almost everything they produce is a masterpiece to me. I was even a fan of the poorly-received Wii U and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild might be the best video game I’ve ever played. So what’s my take on Nintendo’s newly released Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for iOS so far? It’s only been out for a few hours (one day sooner than expected) and it’s already great although there are a few key downsides to expect.

more…

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09:59
Over 400 of the world’s most popular websites record...

This list of the websites that do this should make you very, very angry.

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09:49
Scrivener 3 for macOS Is more flexible and powerful...

I no longer write long-form but I would have loved this app in college and almost every long-form writer I know uses and loves Scrivener.

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09:45
Google collects Android users’ location data even...

Many people realize that smartphones track their locations. But what if you actively turn off location services, haven’t used any apps, and haven’t even inserted a carrier SIM card?

Even if you take all of those precautions, phones running Android software gather data about your location and send it back to Google when they’re connected to the internet, a Quartz investigation has revealed.

Damn, Google.

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09:42
Apple expects to sell four million HomePods next year

Apple expects to ship 4M HomePods next year, according to a Bloomberg report. Last week Apple said the smart speaker launch will now happen in “early 2018” instead of in December, as expected. Buzzfeed’s John Paczkowski tweets the full statement from the tech giant: 

We can’t wait for people to experience HomePod, Apple's breakthrough wireless speaker for the home, but we need a little more time before it’s ready for our customers. We’ll start shipping in the US, UK and Australia in early 2018.

Announced in June, the $349 system is just under seven inches tall and looks like a piece of furniture. It will be available in both space...

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09:37
News: Report sheds light on slow development,...

A new report from Bloomberg claims Apple’s HomePod project began long before the appearance of Amazon’s Echo, but that the endeavor underwent false starts, cancellations and multiple redesigns to get to the product Apple expects to release next year. Sources close to the development said Apple was blindsided by the appearance of the Echo after spending two years developing its own similar product. As executives struggled to figure out…

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09:30
Apple's New iPhone Built With Illegal Overtime...

Apple's main supplier in Asia has been employing high-school students working illegal overtime to assemble the iPhone X in an effort to catch up with demand after facing production delays, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing several teenagers involved. From a report: A group of 3,000 students from the Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School were sent to work at the local facility run by Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry, known as Foxconn, as part of a three-month stint that was billed as "work experience," and required to graduate, the Financial Times reported. Six of the students told the FT they routinely worked 11-hour days assembling Apple's flagship smartphone, which constitutes illegal overtime for student interns under Chinese law. Apple said an audit did find instances of student interns working overtime, adding that they were employed voluntarily, were compensated and provided benefits, but that they shouldn't have been allowed to work overtime.

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09:29
9to5Toys Lunch Break: iMac & MacBook Pro $250...

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 Safari push notifications. more…

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09:24
Google's upcoming 'Fuchsia' OS to...




Google's nebulous "Fuchsia" operating system -- still in development -- will apparently support apps written in Apple's open-source Swift programming language.

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09:19
iPhone X vs. Pixel 2: Portrait selfies

Apple’s TrueDepth camera features multiple sensors to create a depth map in real time on the iPhone X. Google’s solution relies entirely on machine learning and an impressive single camera to accomplish the same effect on the Pixel 2. Here’s a look at how these two methods compare!

There is no doubt how important selfies are to smartphone owners these days.

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09:18
Trump’s FCC plans to abandon net neutrality...

Led by chairman Ajit Pai, the Trump administration’s Federal Communications Commission has today released its controversial plan to undo the current net neutrality regulations that were approved under the Obama administration two years ago.

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09:12
Recreating the Apple Watch breathe animation in CSS

The Apple Watch comes with a stock app called Breathe that reminds you to, um, breathe. There’s actually more to it than that, but the thought of needing a reminder to breathe makes me giggle. The point is, the app has this kinda awesome interface with a nice animation.

Very nice.

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09:08
RokBlock, a 4-Inch Long Record Player: $76

We have a deal on an interesting device called RokBlok. It’s billed as the world’s smallest record player, and it sits on your record, traveling around in a circle to play it. In the video below, you can hear that it produces a small sound, but it’s Bluetooth enabled for piping the sound to another set of speakers. It’s $89 through us, but coupon code GIFTSHOP15 takes another 15% off for a total of $75.65.

 


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09:06
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai reveals Net Neutrality repeal...




As predicted, the Federal Communications Commission has submitted its plan to return power to internet service providers over the terms of what content will be served to users, and to repeal previous net neutrality protections applied to customers and businesses.

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08:52
Apple removes Skype from China App Store

Apple Inc said on Tuesday it has removed several apps including Skype, Microsoft Corp’s internet phone call and messaging service, from its app store in China after the country’s government pointed to violations of local laws.

Apple has to abide by the laws of the countries it operates in.

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08:12
News: Apple admits that student interns in China...

Six high school students said they “routinely work 11-hour days assembling the iPhone X at a factory in Zhengzhou” despite that type of workday being illegal for student interns under Chinese law, The Financial Times reports. The six claim they’re only a few of the 3,000 students sent from Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School to work at the local Foxconn factory in September. They were all told the three-month stint on the assembly…

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08:04
Apple, other companies pull Skype from Chinese app...




Microsoft, Apple, and others have been forced by the Chinese government to withdraw the Skype app from app stores in the country -- and at present there is no timetable for its return to availability.

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08:03
Sonos rolls out Spotify control with voice using...

Sonos has officially launched support for controlling Spotify music playback using Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant with the wireless speaker system. The partnership between the three companies brings voice control to the largest music streaming service on hi-fi wireless speakers ahead of Apple’s delayed HomePod smart speaker launch.

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08:00
Skype Vanishes From App Stores in China

Skype, Microsoft's Internet phone call and messaging service, has been unavailable for download from a number of app stores in China, including Apple's, for almost a month (Editor's note: the link could be paywalled; alternative source), The New York Times reported on Tuesday. From the report: "We have been notified by the Ministry of Public Security that a number of voice over internet protocol apps do not comply with local law. Therefore these apps have been removed from the app store in China," an Apple spokeswoman said Tuesday in an emailed statement responding to questions about Skype's disappearance from the app store. "These apps remain available in all other markets where they do business." The removal led to a volley of complaints from Chinese users on internet message boards who were no longer able to pay for Skype's services through Apple. The users said that the disruption began in late October. Skype, which is owned by Microsoft, still functions in China, and its fate...

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07:50
Apple allegedly 'dithered' over HomePod...




Apple's HomePod project actually predates the Amazon Echo, but was reportedly canceled and restarted multiple times, and has undergone radical design changes.

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07:30
Construction of Apple’s stunning ‘second spaceship’...

Less than five miles from Cupertino, nestled in the shadows of the newly-opened Apple Park, construction crews are quietly putting the finishing touches on another massive development project built under guidance from Apple. A striking architectural feat when viewed from any angle, Sunnyvale’s new “Central & Wolfe” campus will open in its doors to thousands of Apple employees in early 2018. 9to5Mac stopped by the future campus to see how the new buildings are shaping up.

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07:13
HomePod project cancelled & revived several...

A new report claims that the HomePod project had an extremely messy history. It’s said to have had changing objectives, and been cancelled and revived ‘several times’ over a five-year period.

The team was also said to have been ‘blindsided’ by the launch of the Amazon Echo …

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07:12
News: Apple drops Skype from China’s App Store at...

Apple has confirmed that Skype — one of the last foreign-operated methods for online communication inside China — has been pulled from the App Store at the request of the Chinese government, The New York Times reports. Chinese users have been complaining they were suddenly unable to use Apple’s systems to pay for Skype services. “We have been notified by the Ministry of Public Security that a number of voice over internet protocol apps…

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07:08
DigiTimes: Apple, Samsung, Amazon to be the top...

Apple, Samsung Electronics and Amazon will be the top three tablet vendors worldwide in 2017, while Huawei will move to fourth place, surpassing Lenovo thanks to a strategy to push product differentiation, according to DigiTimes Research. 

The gap between Huawei and Lenovo gap is expected to further extend next year, adds the research group. DigiTimes expects smartphones’ impact on the tablet market to weaken after 2019 and worldwide tablet shipments will remain at above 120 million units each year with a CAGR [compound annual growth rate] of negative 1.4% from 2018-2022.

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06:36
iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 3 Names TIME Gadgets of...

TIME’s top gadgets of 2017 list is out and the iPhone X along with Apple Watch Series 3 made the cut.


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06:36
Foxconn accused of overworking students to deal with...

The Financial Times reports that supplier Foxconn illegally employed and overworked students due to the production delays with the iPhone X.  Six of the students told the publication that they regularly work 11-hour days at a factory in Zhengzhou.

The violates the Chinese law for interns. Apple told the FT that an audit showed instances of students working overtime but “we’ve confirmed the students worked voluntarily, were compensated and provided benefits, but they should not have been allowed to work overtime.”    

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06:33
Skype is the latest messaging app to disappear from...

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Yet another popular communications app has disappeared from app stores in China. According to a report from The New York Times, Microsoft's messaging service Skype is no longer available from app stores, including Apple's App Store. Google's Play Store doesn't operate in China, but Skype hasn't appeared on the various third-party Android app stores in the country since late October.

“We have been notified by the Ministry of Public Security that a number of voice over Internet protocol apps do not comply with local law,” an Apple spokeswoman told The New York Times. “These apps remain available in all other markets where they do business.”

Skype still functions in China, and Microsoft spokesperson quoted in the report said the Skype app had been "temporarily removed" from Apple's App Store,...

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06:31
Apple pulls Skype from its App Store in China

Apple has pulled Microsoft’s Skype from its China App Store. Regarding the matter, the tech giant tells The New York Times

We have been notified by the Ministry of Public Security that a number of voice over internet protocol apps do not comply with local law. Therefore these apps have been removed from the app store in China. These apps remain available in all other markets where they do business.

Not surprisingly, the Times notes that Chinese users are not happy. Skype, which is owned by Microsoft, still functions in China, and its fate in the country isn’t clear. And Apple will certainly be criticized for the move.

This summer the tech giant removed all major VPN (Virtual Private Networks) apps from its local App store, which helps users overcome the country's "Great Firewall.” Service providers slammed the move, calling...

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06:28
Apple's billion-dollar video investment seen...




Not content with just Apple Music subscriptions, a new prediction says Apple could be gearing up for an "all in one Apple video and music offering," offering original content for a monthly fee within the next two to three years.

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06:13
Foxconn accused of using illegal student labor to...




Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn, has been demanding illegal overtime from high school interns in its production of the iPhone X, a report charged on Tuesday.

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06:04
Apple granted a patent for an automatic recording...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,824,719) for an automatic recording and authoring tool. It involves GarageBand for macOS and iOS and Logic Pro X for macOS.

The patent is for a method for automatically starting an audio recording that includes receiving audio data and dividing the audio data into a first set of consecutive segments and a second set of consecutive segments that occur after the first set. The method further includes analyzing the first set of segments by measuring an average energy and peak value for each segment of the first set and determining a silence score therefrom, and analyzing the second set of segments by measuring an average energy and peak value for each segment of the second set and determining an music score therefrom. The method begins a recording of the audio data if the silence score is above a first predetermined value and the music score is above a second predetermined value.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that over the...

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Droplr Pro Lifetime License

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can get a Lifetime License to Droplr Pro for only $29.99 — that’s 98% off the regular price. This handy tool and cloud service helps you take the struggle out of digital collaboration by letting you easily share your files with anyone, anywhere — simply drag a file to the Droplr icon on your desktop or hit the short cut, and it gets automatically uploaded to a cloud server where you can share it with anybody…

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05:38
Apple removes Skype from Chinese app store after...

Apple has removed Skype from the App Store in China following a request from the Ministry of Public Security …

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05:15
Daily Deal: Get a Droplr Pro Lifetime Subscription...

Longtime Mac users have one trick that they use to be able to share almost anything with anybody -- Droplr. This utility has taken the work out of digital collaboration for years, and it keeps getting better. The only problem is that the cost of a subscription can be restrictive for small workgroups. Worry not! The Apple World Today team is here to get you a lifetime subscription to Droplr for up to 3 people for only $29.99. That's a heck of a bargain, since it would normally cost you $1,500!

What does Droplr let you do?

  • Collaborate w/ up to three users on a single account
  • Use the new Boards feature to create & share boards w/ team members around...
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05:00
Reflector 3 highlights new UI, better performance

It's been a busy couple of weeks for the team at Squirrels LLC. First they released DropStream, a new app designed for fast, easy streaming of video, music and photos from Mac to Apple TV or Chromecast. Today, the company has release the latest version of Reflector, its utility that turns a Mac or Windows PC into an AirPlay receiver. Reflector 3 will be priced at US$14.99, but the company will have an $11.99 introductory price in play for a while as well as discounts for existing users of Reflector 2. 

We had an opportunity to test Reflector 3 prior to release. Probably the biggest thing I personally noticed was how responsive the new version is. With earlier versions, I always felt that there was a slight lag in operation over a Wi-...

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04:30
Apple’s iPhone X Leather Folio is gorgeous, but...

Along with the iPhone X, Apple released the iPhone X Leather Folio. It’s as gorgeous as you’d expect, but, with a price tag of $99, it’s hard to recommend it over similar leather cases from companies such as Nomad.

Apple says the case — available in “cosmos blue” (my favorite), “taupe,” “berry” and black — is crafted from “specially tanned and finished European leather for a luxurious look and feel.” Think of it as the iPhone X version of the Smart Case for the iPad Pro. Open it, and the smartphone wakes up. Close it and it goes to sleep. 

The Leather Folio’s interior sports a soft microfiber lining for added protection. You can keep it on all the time, even when you’re charging wirelessly.

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04:29
Apple admits student interns worked illegal hours on...

Apple has confirmed a Financial Times report that high school students interning at Foxconn exceeded their legal hours while working on the iPhone X production line. The company has, however, denied claims that the students were forced to carry out the work as a condition of graduation from school.

The report relates to 3,000 high school students who take part in a three-month long work experience program …

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04:27
Dish customers can no longer access CBS TV channels

If you're looking forward to watching the NFL this Thanksgiving you might find yourself stuck watching holiday reruns instead, as CBS is making good on its threat to black out dozens of channels in response to its ongoing subscription feud with Dish....

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04:00
How to take a screenshot on your iPhone X

You can easily take a screenshot on your iPhone X, though the procedure is a bit different from previous Apple smartphones. Here’s how:

  • Press and hold the Side button on the right side of your device.
  • Immediately click the Volume up button on the left side, then release the buttons.

A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail to add drawings and text with Markup, or press and hold the thumbnail to share the screenshot. Swipe left on the thumbnail to dismiss it.

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03:55
Pokémon Go players catch over 500M Pokémon in first...

Niantic has announced that over 500 million Pokémon have been caught during the first two days of a week-long Global Catch Challenge. The achievement unlocked the first set of rewards to everyone participating …

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 21, 2017

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.

iOS Apps/Updates

LHD Games has announces Twisty Board 2. In the sequel, the Q’Tath have decimated earth’s defenses, rounded up and imprisoned the people of Earth. Players must repel the Q’Tath from five new battlegrounds, free the prisoners, and save humanity. Twisty Board 2 is free, but does offer in-app purchases.

QNAP Systems has released Photo Tagger. The free mobile app that allows users to directly tag labels on photos from their mobile devices for personalized...

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03:15
Second annual Apple Watch Thanksgiving Challenge to...

If you have an Apple Watch, this Thanksgiving will push you a little further.

Similar to last year, Apple will again host an Apple Watch Thanksgiving Challenge. On Thursday, November 23rd, you can record a 5K walking, running, or wheelchair workout with Apple’s Workout app or a third-party app that integrates with Health.

Participants who complete the challenge on Thanksgiving will receive a Thanksgiving 2017 badge and an iMessage sticker. The challenge is currently only available to Apple Watch owners in the United States. Users will begin receiving notifications about the event on Tuesday, November 21st.

Good luck, have fun and let us know how it goes for you in the comments!

Via The Mac Observer

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03:00
Rumor: Apple collaborating with TSMC to develop...

Even with the iPhone X, which represents the first Apple product with an OLED screen only recently out the door, the company may be working on the next generation of screen technology.

It’s rumored that Apple is working with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to develop microLED screens, which could supersede OLED over the next few years.

microLED screens take some of the key benefits of OLED over LCD yet further, offering even greater brightness, color saturation and power efficiency…

Per a DigiTimes article, Apple has reportedly downsized its R&D team for development of Micro LED display products in Longtan, northern Taiwan, due to issues related to mass transfer of Micro LED chips onto receiver substrates, according to sources from Taiwan’s upstream LED suppliers.

The slow progress in the development of the mass transfer process it thought to have impeded assorted panel makers from achieving volume production of Micro LED panels...

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Monday November 20

22:00
Hands On: Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Puck with Radeon RX...




External GPU enclosures can be pretty massive. Sonnet has a solution to the problem with the portable eGFX Breakaway Puck -- and AppleInsider has one to test.

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17:53
FCC looks to scrap net neutrality rules, report says




U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is on Tuesday expected to unveil plans to dismantle Obama-era net neutrality protections that prohibit internet service providers from slowing certain websites while allowing paid "fast lanes" for others.

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17:27
Are you waiting for the HomePod or buying another...

Last week, Apple announced that it was delaying the release of its HomePod smart speaker into 2018 in order to continue refining the product. Of course, that means Apple will miss the biggest shopping month of the year, but it will likely be worth the wait.

We outlined a few alternatives to the HomePod over the weekend, and now we’re curious: Are you going to hold out for the HomePod or buy another smart speaker instead?

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16:45
iMac Pro Will Have An A10 Fusion Coprocessor For...

According to Apple firmware gurus Steven Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo, the upcoming iMac Pro will feature an A10 Fusion coprocessor to enable two interesting new features. "The first is the ability for the iMac Pro to feature always-on 'Hey, Siri' voice command support, similar to what's currently available on more recent iPhone devices," reports The Verge. "[T]he bigger implication of the A10 Fusion is for a less user-facing function, with Apple likely to use the coprocessor to enable SecureBoot on the iMac Pro." From the report: In more practical terms, it means that Apple will be using the A10 Fusion chip to handle the initial boot process and confirm that software checks out, before passing things off to the regular x86 Intel processor in your Mac. It's not something that will likely change how you use your computer too much, like the addition of "Hey, Siri" support will, but it's a move toward Apple experimenting with an increased level of control over its software...

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16:20
Five Minutes is an Eternity to a Computer – Mac Geek...

Turkey day is coming up in the USA, and your geeks are ready. But mostly they’re just ready to answer your Mac and iPhone questions and solve your problems… and that’s what they’re here to do today. Download, press play, and gobble-gobble it all up!


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16:12
Video: 'Hey Siri' might come to the iMac...




Developers Guilherme Rambo and Stephen Troughton-Smith have found "Hey Siri" functionality in the macOS code base with support for multiple user accounts all driven by what appears to be the A10 Fusion processor, according to the pair. AppleInsider talks about why Apple might do that, and what it would mean for the iMac Pro.

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16:05
Google Is Working On Fuchsia OS Support For Apple...

An anonymous reader shares a report from Android Police: Google's in-development operating system, named "Fuchsia," first appeared over a year ago. It's quite different from Android and Chrome OS, as it runs on top of the real-time "Magenta" kernel instead of Linux. According to recent code commits, Google is working on Fuchsia OS support for the Swift programming language. If you're not familiar with it, Swift is a programming language developed by Apple, which can be used to create iOS/macOS/tvOS/watchOS applications (it can also compile to Linux). Apple calls it "Objective-C without the C," and on the company's own platforms, it can be mixed with existing C/Objective-C/C++ code (similar to how apps on Android can use both Kotlin and Java in the same codebase). We already know that Fuchsia will support apps written in Dart, a C-like language developed by Google, but it looks like Swift could also be supported. On Swift's GitHub repository, a pull request was created by a Google...

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15:40
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 20...

Notable software releases this week include Microsoft Office 2016 15.40, OmniOutliner Essentials and Pro 5.2, and KeyCue 8.6.

 

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15:40
ExtraBITS for 20 November 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, Apple announced that it is delaying the HomePod until next year, Gizmodo exposes the secrets of Facebook’s creepiness, and the Web’s inventor expresses concern for its future.

 

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15:28
Woolnut Leather Sleeves for Apple MacBooks Offer...

The leather is high quality, the stitching is strong, and the wool felt liner on the inside keeps a grip on your MacBook without scratching it.


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15:21
Black Friday deals: 13" MacBook Pros as low as...




The exclusive deals keep rolling in! Now through Cyber Monday, AI readers can save $125 to $250 on Mid 2017 Macs. From 12" MacBooks and 13" MacBook Pros for $1,099 ($200 off), to 13" Touch Bars and 27" iMac 5Ks for $1,599, these deals offer shoppers the lowest prices available from an Apple authorized reseller. Plus no sales tax outside NY and NJ, and 0% financing offers!

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14:42
Camera showdown: iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy...

We’re going to see a lot of these shootouts but there’s no reason to believe the results will be any different.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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14:16
AWT News Update: November 20, 2017

As we start the week of Black Friday and Thanksgiving, we have some fascinating news bits for you:

  • An anonymous Apple blogger says the iMac Pro has some sort of "Find My iMac Pro theft protection" that can't be switched off, possibly including a built-in SIM card for calling home
  • The iMac Pro is also set to have an A10 Fusion chip built in for "Hey, Siri" support
  • The Apple TV app is set to gain live streaming ESPN sports when it's introduced on December 4 in iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2
  • Google likes Apple's location for its second Danish data center so much it bought land next door

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Apple News readers need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.

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14:04
Justice Department sues to block AT&T takeover...




AT&T's $85.4 billion bid to acquisition Time Warner is in jeopardy as reports on Monday claim the U.S. Department of Justice is set to file a lawsuit aimed at blocking the high-profile merger.

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13:52
Lisa Jackson doubles-down on 100% recycled material...




Apple's Senior Vice President for Vice President Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives Lisa Jackson granted an interview to an Australian publication, and continued to drive home Apple's goal towards using 100 percent recycled materials across all of its products, Apple's "right to repair" philosophy, and Apple's point of view on the taxes it pays.

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13:47
Apple to Host Second Annual Apple Watch Thanksgiving...

This challenge is only available to Apple Watch users in the United States, and you should start getting a notification tomorrow, November 21.


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13:33
TMO Background Mode Special Interview with Former...

Michael Gartenberg is a former Apple Senior Director of Product Marketing and reported directly to Phil Schiller. Currently, he’s a technology analyst and has also been a frequent guest on Background Mode. In this special edition, I asked Michael about his thoughts on his new iPhone X. We covered all the bases: pricing, build quality, Face ID setup and use, the camera, the super-retina AMOLED display, inductive charging, the feel in the hand and balance, the new uses for the side button and battery life. If you’ve been on the fence about this new iPhone X from Apple, you’ll want to hear Michael’s thoughts about Apple’s thinking and his own experiences with the “most impressive product Apple has ever done.”


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