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Saturday October 10

Chicago's mayor wants every American high...

Rahm Emanuel, former Chief of Staff for the Obama administration and current mayor of Chicago, has called on the president to institute computer coding competency as a national requirement to graduate high school. "Just make it a requirement," Emanue...

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai does some exec shuffling

Sundar Pichai must have gotten used to his shiny, new CEO seat, because according to Recode, he's just announced the first exec shuffling under his leadership. By the looks of things, a number of Googlers are celebrating their promotions at the mom...

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Friday October 9

Google search on Safari mobile to display results...

By the end of October, you might notice that doing a Google search via Safari on an iPhone or an iPad returns results with deep links to iOS apps. That's because Mountain View has given developers the power to do so -- they simply have to add Unive...

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Silicon Valley Sources Refute Elon Musk Claims about...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk told the world Friday that Apple has been hiring people fired from Tesla, that Apple is jokingly known as the Tesla Graveyard. That's not the story I've been hearing for some time from my sources. My understanding is that many people have been leaving Tesla to go to a variety of other companies, and not just to Apple.

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Elon Musk walks back Apple Car, Apple Watch...

Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter on Friday to conduct a bit of damage control after making seemingly disparaging comments about Apple's automotive ambitions and hiring practices.

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User Info Safe After LoopPay Attack, Says Samsung

Samsung has assured users that their information is safe following a computer intrusion of a key company linked to its mobile payment system. The intrusion of LoopPay by a gang of hackers known as the Codoso or Sunshock Group may have occurred as early as March. Samsung purchased LoopPay for $250 million in February. Its technology -- which the company's newly launched mobile payment system, Samsung Pay, uses -- allows mobile phones to perform payment card transactions with older POS terminals that recognize only cards with magnetic strips.

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Apple officially adds Bluetooth 4.2 support to...

In announcing Bluetooth 4.2 support for iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and iPad mini 4 last month, Apple published product comparison charts suggesting that same technology was also activated in older hardware. The company recently confirmed that change by updating specific product pages for iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2.

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Microsoft Office 2011 14.5.6

Fixes a bug that caused Outlook to hang for users who migrated to OS X 10.11 El Capitan. (Free update, 113 MB)


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Google Realtime API

 October 9, 2015 2:30:00 PM PDT

The problem with Google Realtime API should be resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support. Please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better.

 October 9, 2015 11:55:00 AM PDT

We're investigating reports of an issue with Google Realtime API. We will provide more information shortly.

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Google enables app indexing with deep linking for...

Developers will soon be able to use Google's app indexing feature to surface app content in searches conducted in Safari for iOS 9, as well as Google's native iOS apps, as the company on Friday announced compatibility with Apple's HTTP deep linking standards.

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New iPhones use LTE on any American carrier, despite...

The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus each come in two models that work on global LTE networks; a third set caters to China’s unique network demands. Some confusion resulted from Apple’s update to its LTE compatibility page, which seemed to imply that the model for AT&T’s network wouldn’t work over LTE on Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint’s networks. But that’s not the case, as Apple confirmed for Macworld.

Buy any non-Chinese model, and it will work over LTE (and regular networks) on any American carrier. There’s just one small difference with AT&T involving additional frequencies it has a long-term plan to deploy fully.

The confusion arises in part because the explanation and split among supported networks is somewhat different with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. With the 2014 phones, the model oriented toward AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon lacked some bands primarily used elsewhere in the world. That’s been resolved in the 6s/6s Plus, and Apple could be clearer about...

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[Sponsor] Oh Hey, It's Again

That deal a day site that’s still just one deal a day —

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Apps: Blockr, Chesh, Sago Mini Babies, Puzzle &...

New Apps Blockr ($1) — One of the lower profile features added in iOS 9 was support in Safari for third-party content blocking solutions, similar to what Mac users have been able to employ for years. Blockr is one of the first such apps to appear on the App Store; once installed, it plugs into the Safari browser, allowing you to selectively remove annoying ads, images, social buttons, cookie warnings, and more while surfing the web. An extension…

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Google’s app indexing links coming to Safari on iOS...

Google first introduced app indexing for iOS apps in search back in May, allowing in-app content to appear in search results with links that send users directly to an app. The feature was originally only available in the Google app and Chrome browser, but now Google is launching an updated version of the framework that will make the app links also appear in Google search results in Safari.

Getting your app content found on Google just got easier. App Indexing is now compatible with HTTP deep link standards for iOS 9, as it has been on Android from the beginning. That means that you can start getting your app content into the Search results page on Safari in iOS, simply by adding Universal...

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Apple expands localized YouTube channels to France,...

Apple has used its YouTube channel for debuting new ads and sharing other marketing videos for years now, and today the company has expanded into four more countries (via @setteBIT) with localized versions of their latest videos. Official Apple YouTube channels in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain are now available with localized videos showcasing Apple’s latest products including iPhone 6s and...

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Smartphone battery myths, explained


Over just a few years, the batteries in our smartphones have changed a lot. That means those old tips to stretch out your battery life just aren’t as true as they once were, yet we still share them like they’re gospel. Before telling someone to disable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, let’s shed some light on those old myths.

Pass this along to the people in your life who still believe you can overcharge the batteries on laptops or iPhones.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Amazon Casts Its Net on the Internet of Things

Amazon on Thursday leapt into the Internet of Things market with the announcement of its AWS IoT platform. AWS IoT lets devices -- ranging from cars and turbines to sensor grids and light bulbs -- connect to services from Amazon Web Services. That in turn allows companies to store, process, analyze and act on the mountains of data generated by connected devices. "Amazon certainly doesn't want to miss its share of the IoT opportunity," said Dan Shey, a practice director at ABI Research.

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How to use the new back button in iOS 9

One of the most notable -- albeit least trumpeted -- user-facing enhancements in iOS 9 is the new back button, which lets you quickly return to where you were when following links between apps. Confused how it works? Here's a concise explainer.

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External Link: Apple Says iPhone 6s Battery Life...

It turns out that Apple has two suppliers for the A9 chip that powers the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus — Samsung and TSMC — and the chipmakers rely on different process technologies. Some benchmarks have shown that iPhones using the TSMC A9 chip are more efficient than Samsung’s A9 chip, resulting in longer battery life. Apple has now weighed in on the controversy, telling TechCrunch that the difference in real-world use is just 2–3 percent, nothing that anyone would notice in actual usage and well within the tolerances that Apple would accept for any device.


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PSA: Apple’s iPhone 6s CDMA spec change makes AT...

When Apple introduced the iPhone 6s at its September 9th special event, it billed the new model as the “best phone for traveling around the world,” thanks largely to support for “23 bands of LTE wireless networking.” But that day, the new iPhone’s tech specs page told a more complex story: Apple advertised a seemingly U.S. and Puerto Rico-specific A1633 iPhone 6s with 23 LTE bands (including AT&T’s exclusive band 30) but no CDMA support, while Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and every international carrier outside China got an A1688 iPhone 6s with 22 LTE bands and CDMA support. Clearly, the “best phone for traveling around the world” would be the international A1688 version, right?

Wrong. This week, Apple started...

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Notable apps and app updates for October 9, 2015

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 for iOS and Mac OS X:

iOS Apps and Updates

Blue Jeans (free, service charges may apply) -- sounds comfortable, doesn't it? This app is really made for work, though, allowing iPhone and iPad access the video conferencing systems from Polycom, Cisco, LifeSize, Tely, Microsoft Lync and more. It's possible to host or join a meeting from literally anywhere with Blue Jeans. The app has been updated to version 2.2.5, and participants can now join directly into meetings with their phone. There's also a Watch app available for keeping track of upcoming virtual meetings. 

Since we're on the topic of work on this Friday before a nice fall weekend, let's talk about project...

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Apple removes several apps that could spy on...

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Apple has purged its iOS App Store of several titles that it said had the ability to compromise encrypted connections between end users and the servers they connect to. The company advised users to uninstall the apps from their iPhones and iPads to prevent potentially harmful monitoring, but it has yet to name any of the offending titles.

"Apple has removed a few apps from the App Store that install root certificates that could allow monitoring of data," company officials wrote in an advisory posted Friday. "This monitoring could be used to compromise SSL/TLS security solutions. If you have one of these apps installed on your device, delete both the app and its associated configuration profile to make sure your data remains protected."


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Overcast 2 goes free, adds streaming, chapters and...

Developer Marco Arment on Friday released Overcast 2, an update to the popular iOS podcast app that makes it completely free to use and adds several significant improvements, such as streaming and early 3D Touch support.

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Developer Marco Arment releases Overcast 2 podcast...

In the wake of his pulling the Peace ad-blocking app from the App Store, Apple offering a full refund to Peace’s customers and the fallout from this, developer Marco Arment has just released something else that looks pretty slick.

Overcast 2, Arment’s podcast player, has just been released. The new version offers the following fixes and changes:

– Streaming

– Chapters

– Storage management

– Icon badge option

– Play-by-priority option

– Smart Speed now dynamically adjusts to quiet voices

– Lots of bugs fixed, including playlist reordering and storage growth

– Tons of little improvements and optimizations


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Apple adds Bluetooth 4.2 to iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus...

Changes to Apple’s published tech specs for various products are rare, but when they happen, they’re typically interesting — and under-the-radar. At some point following the September 9th announcement of the 2015 iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro and iPad mini 4, Apple quietly modified the tech specs and comparison pages for 2014’s iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad Air 2 to bump them all from Bluetooth 4.0 to Bluetooth 4.2, the latest version of the increasingly popular wireless standard. While the...

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xsan4 initial installation

Forums: TroubleshootingTags: xsan4 10.10.5

Hi guys.
Explain please to me a few moments.
- There is a server from which you want to make the controller xsan. Established 10.10.5, I begin to set up xsan, but he is asking to set up a domain controller. It turns out that without setting up a domain controller, I can not adjust xsan?
- If the network I already have a domain controller, to configure xsan, I will need the controller xsan added as a replica to an existing domain? Or it is certainly possible as that set up xsan without domain controller?
- Do the control panel xsan, in version 2. Where it was possible to manage rights, mount and unmount volumes, and other settings?

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Apple pulls the plug on in-app ad-blockers

Apple decided to allow ad-blocking in mobile Safari with iOS 9, but the company has no intention of allowing apps that install root certificates to block ads in other apps—no way, no how.

That means big changes for apps like Been Choice, which users could install to block ads in Safari as well as apps like Facebook, Pinterest, and Apple News. Apple pulled Been Choice and a few apps like it, because the method used for in-app ad-blocking installs root certificates that collect your website visits and deliver that information to the ad-blocker. Apple considers this a security violation. Safari ad-blocking apps can’t do that, which is why they haven’t been affected.

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9to5Toys Last Call: MFi Lightning cable $5, Sony...

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Apple 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro (newest) 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB:...

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AT&T activates Wi-Fi calling feature for iPhone...

At long last, AT&T has activated Wi-Fi calling.

The carrier has apparently activated this feature, assorted customers having stated they were able to activate Wi-Fi calling on their iPhones.

Wi-Fi calling is a feature that lets calls be placed over a wireless connection when cellular connectivity is poor, functioning much like an AT&T M-Cell does now. It’s similar to Apple’s own FaceTime Audio feature, which also routes calls over a Wi-Fi connection.

The feature can be activated by going into Settings, then the Phone section, then toggling on the Wi-Fi calling feature. From there, there are a set of steps to walk...

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Apple online store offers SIM-free iPhone 6s, 6s...

Apple's online store is now offering SIM-free iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models. Pricing for the former starts at US$649 ($32.45 with Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program). Pricing for the latter begins at $749 ($37.45 per month with the upgrade program.

"The SIM-free iPhone comes without a wireless contract commitment or carrier financing. It doesn’t come with a nano-SIM card for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, or iPhone 5s," says Apple. "And because it’s unlocked, it isn’t tied to one carrier, so you can get a nano-SIM from any supported carrier worldwide, such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint in the United States."

Of course, the plan also means that you have to pay the full price for the Apple smartphone upfront. On the bright side, SIM-free iPhones work on a variety of networks including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile...

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Obama administration opts to avoid mandatory...

The Obama administration will not force corporations to decrypt communications for law enforcement, FBI director James Comey announced at a U.S. Senate hearing of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

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Apple begins selling unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 6s,...

The expensive, unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handset you’ve been waiting for has arrived.

Two weeks after the launch of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets, Apple has added a new purchasing option for the devices to its online store. As of yesterday, customers can now buy an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus SIM-free, unlocked, and without a carrier.

The units arrive without a commitment to a carrier or carrier financing. Apple has also noted that the device does not come with a nano-SIM, meaning that customers can go to a carrier of their choice and get a SIM, assuming the carrier supports the wireless bands the iPhone has. The entire cost of the iPhone must be...

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Overcast 2.0 adds streaming, podcast chapter marks,...

Overcast 2.0 is out today and adds several nice updates to the popular podcast client. The app now includes streaming, so you don’t have to download episodes to listen to them: just stream the file contents as you go. This comes in handy for people with low-storage phones but also just helps everyone listen to shows faster, without having to wait for a 50-100MB episode to finishing downloading.

Overcast 2 also includes support for podcast chapter marks. When podcast authors include this...

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Apple search partner DuckDuckGo takes shots at...

Search alternative DuckDuckGo, which is available as a default search option in Apple's Safari browser, is profitable without tracking user behavior, the company's CEO has revealed.

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iOS 9's "back to" button helps you...

Multitasking is all the rage these days. Certainly that’s the case on the iPad, where the recent release of iOS 9 has brought about split-screen multitasking for the first time to choruses of hallelujahs from users and quick revamps of well-established apps. No doubt it’s handy.

Nearly overlooked, though, is a powerful new feature in iOS 9 that makes operating multiple apps on your iPhone an easier, more fluid task than ever before. It’s the “back to” button, and it’ll make the phone’s power users wonder how they ever lived without it. It’s already changing the way I use and view content in my iPhone.


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Apple Pay coming to Starbucks shops at long last

Apple just landed a major coup for Apple Pay: Starbucks is officially on board, and will start allowing you to pay for your lattes with just a tap of your iPhone or Apple Watch at all 7,500 stores by next year. The coffee chain will be piloting Apple Pay in select locations over the next few months, so keep an eye out to see if your corner Starbucks is one of them.

But that’s not all: You’ll also be able to pay for a bucket of fried chicken with Apple Pay when the payment service comes to KFC by next spring, Apple Pay Vice President Jennifer Bailey announced at Re/code’s Code/Mobile conference on Thursday.

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iPhone 6s chips from TSMC and Samsung have similar...

Apple is downplaying reports that the iPhone 6s gets inferior battery life when its A9 processor is supplied by Samsung instead of TSMC.

Apple often sources its components from multiple suppliers, and in this case it’s relying on two manufacturers—Samsung and TSMC—to produce the A9 chip inside the iPhone 6s, as confirmed by Chipworks last month. Earlier this week, benchmark tests began popping up on Reddit and MacRumors showing significant battery life differences between the two sources.

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Op-Ed: I watched the Steve Jobs movie 5 times and...

[Ed. Note: This is a guest post by Lontih Khatami who [disclosure] works at the same studio, Universal, that produced the film but did not work on the film. Spoiler: it’s better than iSteve]

Interested in seeing the new Steve Jobs movie that Universal is releasing this weekend in select markets (with wide expansion set for October 23)? Well, me, too. Only I’ve already seen it five times within the past dozen days. And I eagerly await my next few viewings.

You’re probably wondering how I’ve been able to...

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Apple Approves, Then Removes In-App Ad Blocker

Mickeycaskill writes: Apple has pulled a number of applications from the App Store, most notably the "Been Choice" ad blocker, because of concerns the methods they employ to rid adverts could compromise sensitive user data. iOS 9 allows for the installation of applications that block adverts in Safari, but other apps like Been Choice go one step further and let users remove adverts from applications – including Apple News. Been Choice routes traffic through a VPN to filter out adverts in some applications, but it this technique has attracted the attention of Apple, which is concerned user data could be exposed. Apple says it is working with developers to get their apps back up and Been is refining its application for resubmission. In any case, Been says users must opt-in for in-app ad blocking and that no data is stored on its servers.


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Piece together the clues in this choose-your-own-...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play. 

You’re watching a tape. The date stamp is June 27, 1994. A dark-haired woman plays with a ring on her finger and addresses someone off-camera: “You think it’s murder? Clearly it’s murder. Well, what can I do to help?”

Another tape. This time the date stamp says July 3, 1994. The same woman. But now she’s wearing a white blouse and referring to herself in the third person.

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News: Apple now selling SIM-free iPhone 6s and...

Apple is now selling SIM-free, unlocked versions of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in its online store. This option lets users purchase a phone without immediately tying it to a carrier. The SIM-free iPhones do not come with a nano-SIM card — you have to get a card from a supported carrier. Customers will pay full retail price for these options, of course, which range from $649 for an unlocked iPhone 6s to $949 for a 128GB SIM-free iPhone 6s Plus.…

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Elon Musk: “If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go...

If there's one CEO you can count on for consistently amusing outbursts and quotable sound bites, it's Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Today's EMOTD (Elon Musk of the Day) comes courtesy of German business newspaper Handelsblatt, where the outspoken CEO hopped aboard the banter bus and revealed that his cheeky employees often refer to Apple as the "Tesla Graveyard."

In response to claims that Apple is poaching key members of Tesla staff to work on its long-rumoured self-driving car project, Musk joked: "Important engineers? They have hired people we've fired. We always jokingly call Apple the Tesla Graveyard." But just to make sure that his comments weren't entirely dismissed as harmless CEO-style jostling, he added: "If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple. I’m not kidding."

The sick burns continued when Musk...

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News: Daily Deal: TurtleCell Headphone Case for...

Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering the TurtleCell Headphone Case for iPhone 6 for only $49.99. This premium case protects your iPhone while also keeping your earbuds handily ensconced within the case. The stylish hexagonal-patterned body protects your iPhone from drops, and the retractable headphones means you’re ready to listen to audio anytime, anywhere. A built-in kickstand lets you prop up the case, and the headphones include an…

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El Capitan: Hide Your Menu Bar!

In this article, we're going to cover an interesting feature of the new version of OS X: Hiding and showing the menu bar. For those of you who like to hide the Dock when you're not using it, this'll reduce your visual clutter even more. All the focus'll be on your work windows after today's Quick Tip!

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Woz weighs in on the heated exchange in the Steve...

Interesting. TechCrunch lays out some dialog in the Steve Jobs movie, a confrontation between Woz and Jobs, and the real-world Woz weighs in with his disagreeing take.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Maybe Apple should bring multiple colors back to the...

Remember when the original iMac -- and, later, the iBook laptop -- came in a choice of colors? Could it be time for a return to those days?

The first iMac came only in bondi blue. Over time Apple offered choices in strawberry, blueberry, lime, grape, tangerine, graphite, ruby, snow, indigo, sage, Blue Dalmation and Flower Power. 

Perhaps Apple could offer an all-in-one desktop in the iPhone 6s flavors: gold, sliver, space gray and rose gold. Of course, the colors wouldn't have to be limited to the iMac. It could also apply to the Mac laptop line and the Mac mini (somehow I don't see the Mac Pro as being a candidate for flashy colors). 

The iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch get all the attention these day. It's time to bring a little fun back to the Mac. 

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Deskscribble lets you easily scribble on your Mac OS...

If you want to write and paint on your Mac's screen without doing any permanent damage, Deskscribble for Mac OS X (10.6.7 or later) is for you. It not only allows you to draw on top of your desktop and atop all open windows, it's also an easy-to-use whiteboard, blackboard and you can even use it for your own and your kids’ scribbles.

Deskscribble -- available in the Mac App Store for US$9.99 -- isn't something I will personally use very often. However, if I were still a Mac-using teacher (as I once was), it could be invaluable. Deskscribble lets you work with either a whiteboard or blackboard interface. It supports written text, diagrams and more, so teachers and others making presentations can "mark" on their desktops -- circling key concepts, underlining important words, etc. .-- and share this with others using a projector.

Besides teachers and those doing business...

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How to use Pinned Sites in Mac OS X El Capitan

Safari in Mac OS X El Capitan features Pinned Sites to keep your favorite websites open and active. And there are a couple of ways to do the pinning.

The sites you pin will stay active in the background, pinned to the left side of your tab bar. Assuming you've launched Safari and have a website loaded, you can:

  • Click and drag on the tab you want to pin.
  • Slide it to the left side of the tab bar.

The tab will stay pinned and will sport a favicon to let you know which site it is. To unpin it, click the favicon and slide it to the right. 

You can also right click/control-click/two finger click on a tab. A contextual menu will pop up with options to Pin Tab, Close Tab, Close Other Tabs, or Move Tab to New Window.

Select Pin Tab and the tab will slide to the left with your other pinned tabs. To unpin it, slide to the left or right-click again and select Unpin Tab (if you want it keep the tab...

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iPhone 6s/Plus goes on sale in 36 more countries...

Apple’s rollout of the iPhone 6s/Plus beyond the dozen launch countries kicks off today, with customers in 36 more countries able to get their hands on the new devices. This follows Apple making SIM-free phones available in the USA.

The countries are Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan.

Those in Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates...

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Thursday October 8

Quarry Crusher For Sale in Philippines

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Commercial quarry production of natural stone such as is popular in most countries of the world, such as Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Greece, Norway, Brazil, Ukraine etc. Technology for quarry crusher differs from other solid minerals deposits mining technologies.
quarrying operations generally involve crushing, grinding, screening, size classification, material handling and processing operations etc. providse whole sets of small, medium and large scale quarry crusher for sale all over the world.

The quarry crusher for sale includes extraction plant, portable quarry crusher plant, grinding mill, mobile screen for quarry plant,...

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Be Alert When You Choose Your Shifting Firm

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Your belongings might turn into an encumbrance when you've got to maneuver to your brand new location. Really the only relief can be which you have relocating firms for you to depend upon. They will can be found in handy and also help to make going the pain-free occasion. On the other hand, there are a variety of scammers transpiring currently simply because there are numerous unauthorized organizations coming each and every every now and then. It is crucial that you simply research your options in addition to analysis completely regarding the firm previous to using the services of all of them. A skilled corporation could shift your possessions along with minimum harm. Here are a few things to consider for making as soon as searching for a beneficial organization.

Practical knowledge: It is vital to check with the...

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Apple removing ad blockers that install root...

Apple this evening has removed a handful of apps from the App Store that install root certificates of their own. By installing their own root certificate, the app developers could theoretically gain access to encrypted traffic from users. Among some of the apps being removed are a select number of ad blockers. The ad blockers that have been removed are ones that block content both in Safari and in other apps.

The process that developers went through to be able to block ads in third-party apps is basically setting up a VPN where all traffic is run through the developer’s servers to remove the ads. This is a process that, obviously, could be used for malicious practices...

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Apple removes certain content blockers from iOS App...

In a bid to protect users against potential man-in-the-middle attacks, Apple on Thursday confirmed the removal of multiple iOS content blockers, also referred to as ad blockers, that relied on the installation of root certificates to operate.

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Apple begins selling unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 6s...

Two weeks following the initial launch of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple has added a new purchasing option for the devices to its online store. Starting today, customers can buy an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus SIM-free, unlocked, and without a carrier…

Apple explains on its online store that purchasing a SIM-free iPhone means customers do not have to sign a contract commitment with a carrier, nor do they have to deal with carrier financing. It also notes that the device does not come with a nano-SIM, meaning that customers can go to a carrier of their choice and get a SIM, assuming the carrier supports the wireless bands the iPhone has. This, of course, means that the entire cost of the device must be paid upfront.


The SIM-free iPhone comes...

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Elon Musk: All charged up in Berlin


Handelsblatt: Apple just hired some of Tesla’s most important engineers. Do you have to worry about a new competitor?

Musk: Important engineers? They have hired people we’ve fired. We always jokingly call Apple the “Tesla Graveyard.” If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple. I’m not kidding.

Handelsblatt: Do you take Apple’s ambitions seriously?

Musk: Did you ever take a look at the Apple Watch? (laughs) No, seriously: It’s good that Apple is moving and investing in this direction. But cars are very complex compared to phones or smartwatches. You can’t just go to a supplier like Foxconn and say: Build me a car. But for Apple, the car is the next logical thing to finally offer a significant innovation. A new pencil or a bigger iPad alone were not relevant enough.

Yet another person who should know better being dismissive of Apple. Remember when cell phone manufacturers said it’s not easy to make a phone and that Apple...

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MakerBot lays off another twenty percent of its...

In April MakerBot laid off 20 percent of its workforce. Roughly six months later, its doing it again, trimming another fifth of its payroll as it struggles to meet lofty ambitions and expectations set by its parent company Stratasys. In a blog post...

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Apple on iPhone Battery Performance: You’re...

Some testing and real-world usage has found that devices powered by an Apple A9 chip made by TSMC get as much as 50 minutes more battery life than devices powered by A9s made by Samsung. Apple told TechCrunch, however, that its internal data shows a modest 2-3 percent difference as a whole, and that benchmark testing procedures are not an accurate way to measure battery life.

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Microsoft's taking HoloLens on tour to woo...

Microsoft has already said its mixed reality headset, HoloLens, will be reaching developers early next year. But while we wait for that to happen, the company plans to take it on tour across the US and Canada, in an event that's going to give devel...

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Volkswagen may give money to owners of emissions-...

If you're an owner of one of the 11 million owners of a Volkswagen car that's part of the company's huge emissions cheating scandal, you might be getting some compensation for the car's lost value. As reported by ABC News, Volkswagen US CEO Michael...

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Reuters: Uber hacking investigation is targeting a...

There is very little love lost between car-platform rivals Lyft and Uber. Nowhere is that more apparent than in a Reuters' article about anonymous sources pointing fingers at Lyft's technology chief Chris Lambert as the probable cause of an Uber ha...

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Facebook Tests New Button-Pushing Plan

Facebook on Thursday announced a pilot test of "Reactions," a way to respond to posts on the network in a more nuanced way than its Like button allows. The new feature is live in Spain and Ireland. CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously alluded to the eventual landing of a Like alternative, although he said it would not be a much-requested Dislike button. Facebook had good reasons to resist a Dislike button, with all of its attendant negativity. The new Reactions bar addresses the spirit of the user requests with a "more expressive Like button," said Chris Cox, chief product officer at Facebook.

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HBO Go launching as a standalone streaming service...

HBO's Go on-demand streaming service is set to launch in Latin America and the Caribbean as a standalone subscription product, the network revealed today. While HBO Go has been available in these areas for pay-TV subscribers, cord-cutters will soon...

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The Big Mac Bundle: $17.99

We have a new app bundle for you today called The Big Mac Bundle. It has 14 productivity apps and optimization utilities for your Mac for a whopping $17.99. RapidWeaver, Ember, MacPilot, MacBooster 3, WiFi Radar Pro, and nine others. Check out the full list on the deal listing.

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Instead of dislike, Facebook is testing '...

Last night Engadget brought you a sneak peek at Facebook's new "Reactions" feature, and today the social network confirmed it's now in testing. Instead of the often-requested "dislike" to counter the existing Like button, founder Mark Zuckerberg ex...

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Apple Pay coming to Starbucks, KFC and Chili's...

In a sign that Apple Pay is gaining traction with even more retailers, VP of Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey has just announced on stage at Code/Mobile a plan to roll out Apple Pay in Starbucks, KFC and Chili's locations across the country. You can expec...

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The Two Sides of Apple: Brilliance and Ennui

Apple is capable of making amazing products. Often that capability results in products that start off with a bang but never seize the marketplace. Then Apple's traditional desire to relentlessly move into the future takes hold and loyal customers are left behind. This is not a bug; it's a feature.

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2015 National Geographic Photo Contest entries

I always love these pictures. So amazing.

[Via Coudal]

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Using Apple Watch at night

Nice tip from Stephen Hackett. I might give this, and the app, a try.

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iPhone 6s shoots better video than pro Nikon DSLR

Obviously the iPhone is infinitely worse than any current DSLR for stills but surprisingly it appears to be a far better video camera than my $3000 DSLR when there is enough light present.

Very interesting.

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The Mac now has 14.8% of the U.S. personal computer...

Apple's computer line continues to increase its share of the personal computer market. What's more, the Mac has set a new record in the United States.

Apple saw its worldwide Mac sales rise 1.5 percent over the third quarter of 2015, while U.S. shipments jumped 7.3 percent, according to Gartner Inc. That's the highest ever market share Apple has ever achieved in United States' PC market, beating the previous record of 13.4 percent.

The research group says Apple now has 7.6 of the global PC market — up from 6.9 percent in the third quarter of 2014. The news is even better in the U.S. Gartner says Apple's market share here grew 7.3 percent year-over-year and now stands at 14.8 percent. 

Globally, the top 5 personal computer makers, and their market share in quarter three of 2015,...

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Notable apps and app updates for October 8, 2015

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 for iOS and Mac OS X:

iOS Apps/Updates

Choo Choo Apps has announced Choo Choo Park 1.0.0, the company's first children's educational app developed exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The US$1.99 app starts with a black and white scene that every child can make come to life by coloring all the different elements and Choo Choo characters. Users can interact with familiar objects you can see in a park like swings, seesaws, and plants.

Paper Town is a new game where you create, buy and sell drawings to earn virtual coins...

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AT&T kicks off Wi-Fi calling years after T-Mobile

AT&T kicked off Wi-Fi calling on newer-model iPhones running iOS 9 on Thursday after winning permission from the Federal Communications Commission two days earlier.

Wi-Fi Calling helps users get better connections indoors where cellular service can be spotty. Where permitted by a carrier, it can also eliminate international calling costs of up to $1 a minute.

T-Mobile and Sprint already offer Wi-Fi calls on certain devices, and T-Mobile started the practice as early as 2007 without securing the same permission from the FCC that AT&T received.

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Rose gold is the fastest selling iPhone model among...

New iPhones in rose gold, a color Apple CEO Tim Cook said he hoped would appeal to Asian consumers, sold faster than all other new iPhones after sales started at midnight in Taiwan, reports the Central News Agency (as noted by, a global investment newswire). Retailers Tsann Kuen and STUDIO A sold out of rose gold by 1:20 am.

Tsann Kuen sold out of the rose gold 64G and 128G iPhone 6S and 64G 6S Plus in half an hour. It sold all 128G rose gold 6S Plus handsets in 80 minutes. Rose gold was more popular than expected among men, the company, which 1,000 new iPhones in all models for the first batch, said.

STUDIO A sold out all iPhone models in an hour, with rose gold running out of stock first. The rose gold models sold out in Japan 20 minutes after going on sale there and, in China, the black market price for the rose gold 6S Plus peaked at CNY 21,000 (USD 3,310) in September, notes the Central News Agency, Taiwan's...

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Tip of the Day: Enabling iCloud Drive app in iOS 9

Although Apple first debuted iCloud Drive in iOS 8 last year, it was implemented merely as a hidden file system designed to be used only within apps specifically designed to support it; unlike on OS X Mavericks, there was no iOS-based option to directly browse through your iCloud drive, making it a completely impractical replacement for something like Dropbox or Google Drive. The good news is that Apple has opened this up with iOS 9 by adding a standalone,…

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Microsoft gets an earful as Office for Mac 2016...

They’re restless.

Users of Microsoft’s Office for Mac 2016 who upgraded to Apple’s OS X 10.11, aka El Capitan, have become increasingly frustrated by repeated crashes of the Office applications, angrily denouncing Microsoft, and to a lesser extent, Apple, on the former’s support forum.

“It’s called Office ‘2016’ because that’s the expected date it ‘might’ work, although when in 2016 is not clear, assuming we are using the Gregorian calendar!” wrote someone identified only as “bluedolphin” in a Tuesday message on the longest thread dedicated to the crash issue.

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News: AT&T opens up Wi-Fi calling for iPhone

Despite FCC related delays last month, AT&T has now opened up Wi-Fi calling to all of its customers. While Wi-Fi calling had been available to users during the iOS 9 beta period, AT&T had delayed wider use due to pending approval on an FCC requirement to ensure that the new Wi-Fi calling feature can reliably accommodate the hearing impaired. The carrier was officially granted the waiver this week, enabling Wi-Fi calling for all subscribers…

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Review: Griffin Survivor Journey and Survivor Summit...

Griffin's Survivor line has just expanded, with the company's new protective cases coming to iPhone 6s. Survivor Journey ($30) is a co-molded TPE-and-plastic case. A rubber half-hex pattern — which Griffin calls its Impact Dispersion System — lines the inner sides of the case. Survivor Summit ($50) is a more rugged option, offering full protection with a slide-on screen guard, and port and speaker covers. Summit comes with a belt clip/viewing stand, as well. Both cases come in multiple color patterns.{/exp:char_limit}

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News: Battery impact of Samsung vs TSMC A9 chips...

After revelations last month that Apple chose to use two different A9 chip fabrications in its new iPhone 6s models, a number of benchmarking tests have surfaced to suggest that the TSMC variant may offer longer battery life than its Samsung counterpart. A new report by MacRumors, however, suggests that many of these tests may have overestimated the impact of the larger Samsung chip on battery life under real-world conditions....

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Apple responds to A9 chip battery life

Apple’s statement:

With the Apple-designed A9 chip in your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you are getting the most advanced smartphone chip in the world. Every chip we ship meets Apple’s highest standards for providing incredible performance and deliver great battery life, regardless of iPhone 6s capacity, color, or model.

Certain manufactured lab tests which run the processors with a continuous heavy workload until the battery depletes are not representative of real-world usage, since they spend an unrealistic amount of time at the highest CPU performance state. It’s a misleading way to measure real-world battery life. Our testing and customer data show the actual battery life of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, even taking into account variable component differences, vary within just 2-3% of each other.


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Apple: Data shows TSMC and Samsung iPhone 6S models...

Enlarge / Chipworks confirms that both Samsung and TSMC are manufacturing subtly different A9 processors for Apple. (credit: Chipworks)

Late last month, Chipworks confirmed that Apple was using two different sources for the A9 chip in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus: Samsung and TSMC. The chips differ slightly in size, but appear to have largely identical performance.

In the last 48 hours, though, data from users who have compared Samsung phones to TSMC phones ...

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Apple released a new Software Update

Apple just released a new Software Update:

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Speck introduces all new... classic styles from Fuz Designs and X-Doria

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases includes a folio option from iLuv, an upgraded Aegis from Trident, and much more.

Fuz Designs

The Soft Case (iPhone 6/6s and 6 Plus/6s Plus; $30 to $35) is made from a thin layer of polyurethane and promises to keep your iPhone safe from drops and falls.

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“Chipgate” scandal erupts for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus...

Well, you can’t release a new iPhone without at least some scandal.

This year it may come down to the processor inside your new iPhone 6s or 6s Plus.

In the new “Chipgate” controversy, Apple may have shipped a series of processors that could affect battery life with the handset.

Apple, which used two suppliers (Samsung and TSMC) to build the chip, is facing feedback in which users are reporting that those with the Samsung chip could have up to 20 percent less battery life. Apple has yet to respond to the controversy.

For consumers, the problem is there is no way of telling which chip you will get when...

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∞ Spongebob Sings Black Sabbath

I didn’t think I’d like this, but it was well done.

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Lyft's new perks for drivers prove it's...

Lyft built its reputation on friendliness. From pink mustaches and fist bumps when the ride-hailing app launched three years ago to carpooling and tipping today, the company wants everyone, both drivers and passengers, to be happy. Today, Lyft rolled out three perks for drivers that will make passengers feel good about using the service—or persuade them to work for Lyft themselves.

The company is partnering with Hertz to offer daily, weekly, and monthly car rental discounts to Lyft drivers who don’t have access to a car, whether it’s in need of repairs or they don’t own one at all. The company is piloting the partnership program in Las Vegas, where Lyft was finally allowed to launch just last month after a years-long stalemate.

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iOS hits 12-month low in U.S. (but that's...

The latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech for the three months ending August 2015 shows the U.S. market share for the iOS at its lowest point since August 2014, as consumers waited for the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to become available in September.

"It is to be expected that in the three months preceding the launch of the new products, Apple iPhone sales would be weaker," says Carolina Milanesi, chief of research at Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. "While a month from now may still be too early to report initial sales numbers for the new models, we can say today that 11 percent of iOS owners told us in August that they plan to replace their current phone in the next three months, and 87 percent of these have told us that Apple is their preferred brand.”

Across Europe's "big five" (Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain) Android continues...

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AT&T granted Wi-Fi calling waiver, calls for...

AT&T was officially granted an FCC waiver this week to enable Wi-Fi calling for its customers with supported devices like iPhones running iOS 9. Wi-Fi Calling first appeared during the iOS 9 beta period and remained functional for those who enabled it previously, but AT&T stopped sign-ups for the feature once iOS 9 was publicly released due to requirements set by the Federal Communications Commission.

While AT&T has officially turned on Wi-Fi calling for its subscribers, the carrier is doubling down on its position that rivals T-Mobile and Sprint have...

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AT&T Fires Up Wi-Fi Calling Support

AT&T announced on Wednesday that the FCC had granted a waiver allowing the cell service provider to enable Wi-Fi calling, and on Thursday the company followed up by actually turning on the feature. Wi-Fi calling lets iPhone owners use broadband connections via wireless networks for phone calls when their cell signal is too weak.

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El Capitan beta code hints at new Magic Keyboard,...

Apple is rumored to be gearing up to release a new upgraded iMac model, but it looks like Cupertino will also be launching three updated Mac accessories along with it.

Several websites, including 9to5Mac and French site Consomac, have spotted code in OS X 10.11.1 beta 3 suggesting that Apple is planning to release a Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 in the coming months. The 10.11.1 beta 3 was originally released to developers this week, and 9to5Mac has confirmed that the Magic accessories code is not present in the current OS X 10.11 release.

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Silicon Valley will barely recognize the ‘Steve Jobs...


Academy Award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin uses actual events to take the audience on an imagined — as in, fictional — series of fast-paced exchanges in the minutes before the curtain would rise on the introduction of each product.

But the writer and director weren’t looking to create a biopic that rigidly adhered to the details of Jobs’s life — rather, they wanted to create an “impressionistic portrait” that drew from real-life events.

The story is populated by events that never happened — such as a dramatic reimagining of preparations for the Mac’s demo in which it blows up in rehearsal, instead of declaring, “Hello, I am Macintosh. It sure is great to get out of that bag” — and long, stinging exchanges that aren’t drawn from any of the six biographies written about Jobs.

I’ll still see the movie but will be disappointed if only because I would have preferred more “reality”. Steve Jobs was such a fascinating person that his life story,...

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TMO Daily Observations 2015-10-08: Samsung vs. TSMC...

Seems there's a difference between the A9X processors in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus depending on if they come from Samsung or TSMC. Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about battery performance based on which version is in your iPhone, and how you can find out if yours is from Samsung or TSMC. They also look at Adobe's new change that lets you use Lightroom on your iPhone or iPad without a Creative Cloud subscription.

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28% of CIOs still believe Mac OS X is more secure...

With Macs encroaching on PC’s hold in the enterprise market (US$25 billion annually and growing, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook), Avecto, a security software firm, has released new research showing that a little more than one in four American CIOs [chief information officers] believe that Mac computers are more secure than Windows PCs.

The rise in high-profile malware attacks is damaging CIOs’ confidence in Mac security, according to Paul Kenyon, vice president at Avecto. Following the detection of WireLurker last year, a type of malware that infects OS X computers, 40% of CIOs say they now have less confidence in Mac security.

However, the perception that Macs are fundamentally safer than Windows computers was also revealed in the research, with 28% still believing OS X is simply "more" than Windows, Kenyon adds.  Avecto questioned 100 CIOs at companies with over 1,000 employees and from a range of industries about their Mac...

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Zeppelin Wireless speaker system floats onto the...

Bowers & Wilkins has announced the Zeppelin Wireless, a redesign of its popular Zeppelin speaker system. Now it's, as you might guess from the name, wireless. 

For the Zeppelin Wireless the material and shape of the subwoofer has been altered with a larger 6.5-inch driver and an "ultra-long" voice coil to allow for deeper bass. It also boasts decoupled double-dome tweeters and FST midrange drivers.

A new reinforced cabinet has been redesigned with a front  fascia that's 50 percent thicker than the previous version. Specially designed glass fibre ribs strengthen the cabinet.

The Zeppelin Wireless has Digital Signal Processing (DSP) that's purportedly twice as powerful as its predecessor. All inputs are upsampled to 24-bit/192kHz resolution.

The speaker system includes Airplay, Bluetooth aptX and Spotify Connect support. A Control App has also been updated and is available for iOS, Mac OS X, Android and Windows systems.

The Zeppelin Wireless is...

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Lightroom mobile app for iOS is now a standalone...

The Next Web:

Lightroom for mobile on iOS can now be used locally on your phone or tablet without the desktop Lightroom app, without a Creative Cloud Photography Plan subscription and even without an Adobe ID. The same feature is coming soon to Android.

This move is part of an overall desire to broaden the audience. By letting people use Lightroom for mobile without Creative Cloud, Adobe is making the app competitive with other popular standalone photo editing apps like Snapseed or Pixelmator’s mobile version.

I use and love the desktop version of Lightroom and this will be another tool I can use when I’m out and about using my iPad.


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Microsoft Surface Book, EU Safe Harbor, Twitter CEO...

Microsoft's Surface Book turns heads, EU invalidates Safe Harbor and Jack Dorsey is Twitter's new CEO. Follow host Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb.

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Review: Apple’s iPhone 6s + iPhone 6s Plus are nice...

This year’s iPhone launch week is over, so the earliest 13 million or so adopters are already playing with and forming opinions on the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Past history suggests that Apple will sell over 100 million of these phones over the next year or so, which means that there are a lot of people still deciding on which model to buy.

If you’re still on the fence about buying one of Apple’s latest and greatest smartphones, there are a few important things you need to know. On the surface, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus look nearly identical to their ...

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