News Scanner
TweetFollow Us on Twitter

News Scanner

Tuesday April 19

05:36
Apple issues latest ‘Report on Government Requests’

In its latest “Report on Government Requests” for user information, Apple says it received over 30,000 requests last year, and complied with up to 82% of them. U.S. law enforcement agencies had 1,015 requests for customer account information affecting 5,192 users in the second half of 2015. 

Apple says that most of the requests it receives from law enforcement relate to information about lost or stolen devices, and the company reports these as device requests. Device requests may include requests for customer contact information provided to register a device with Apple or the date(s) the device used Apple services. 

The number of law enforcement requests where Apple determined that an account request was lawful and provided content such as iCloud email, contacts, calendar, or Photo Stream content, the company says. Apple notes that it only provides user account...

| Read more »
05:33
Apple releases new 12 inch Retina MacBook: new...

Apple has today released an update to the 12 inch Retina MacBook line, with new Skylake processors, overall better performance, and a new color: Rose Gold. The new internals have also allowed Apple to grab an extra hour of battery life out of the same sized product. The MacBook refresh keeps the same thin chassis, the same edge-to-edge keyboard and the same single USB-C port design as the original Retina MacBook, released about a year ago. The new Retina MacBook costs the same as before, starting at $1299.

The lineup means Apple now offers the MacBook in the same colors as its iOS devices, Space Grey, Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold. For the 13 inch MacBook Air, Apple has also made 8 GB RAM the standard spec across every configuration. More specs after the jump.

more…

Filed under:...

| Read more »
05:00
REVIEW: Peralta Scarlett Sleeve for iPad Pro 9.7-inch

The Scarlett Sleeve for the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro by Peralta is an essential accessory for traveling with an iPad. It’s a protective sleeve that comes in the perfect size to fit the iPad Pro 9.7-inch.

Scarlett is a neoprene sleeve with a water-repellant nylon exterior and fleece liner to keep your iPad scratch-free. The velcro flap is gone, replaced with a slick, magnetic leather closure.

Scarlett includes a sleeve for the Apple pencil, which is notched out of the leather strip on the opposite side of the closure – a nice touch.

If you aren’t into classic black ballistic nylon, Peralta sleeves are also available in two colorful, water-resistant LUNA fabrics – ...

| Read more »
05:00
Did you take your pills? The PillDrill medication...

This innovative device could lead to better medical outcomes while reducing family friction.

| Read more »
03:30
5 Gmail hacks that help you master your messages

A while back we looked at several hacks for getting more out of your Gmail account. But as with all of Google’s services, there are always more tricks and features to uncover. Here are five that will help you better manage your messages.

Hit the ‘mute’

Who hasn’t wanted to run screaming from their monitor after the 13th “Welcome aboard!” message to the new hire? Gmail provides a means to tune out distracting email conversations like these: muting.

Muted conversations bypass your inbox and go straight to your archive. They only return to your inbox if a new message is addressed solely to you or you’re added to the “To” or “Cc” line in a new message. To silence the noise, select the conversation and click the More button above your messages, then select Mute. You can also use the keyboard shortcut M.

...

| Read more »
02:25
Ways to Avoid Moving Frauds in Some Simple Steps

Forums: General Xsan Talk

In Indore, you can a lot of professional movers and packers, ready to offer you stress-free relocation services. Relocating from one place to another is always a cumbersome task. As a result, people only look for experienced and professional packers and movers Indore. Considering that Indore is the busiest city with a dynamic crowd, it is necessary to make sure that you don’t get picked up by frauds.
Rising Trends of Frauds in the Moving Industry
In busy cities like Indore, moving frauds are everywhere. There is every reason why customers are fooled by packers and movers in Indore like:
• Customers are unaware of their rights, roles and responsibilities when they are relocating
• There’s a frequent need to relocate, which makes it quite a cumbersome task to research for a company before hiring
• Customers are...

| Read more »

Monday April 18

23:40
US government requested information on nearly 5,200...

In its latest report on government requests for user information released Monday, Apple revealed U.S. law enforcement agencies lodged 1,015 requests for customer account information affecting 5,192 users in the second half of 2015.

| Read more »
21:14
Average iPhone user unlocks device 80 times per day...

While reports covered the broad strokes of Apple's conference call on encryption last Friday, bits of information are still surfacing, including an interesting statistic that reveals an average iPhone user unlocks their device about 80 times a day.

| Read more »
20:03
100th Pulitzer Prize winners announced

The 100th annual Pulitzer Prizes were handed out on Monday, bringing honors to the AP for a series that freed thousands of slaves, a Washington Post database that tracked the number of deadly police shootings in the U.S., and a hip hop Broadway musical about Alexander Hamilton.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
19:53
LaCie and Promise unveil speedy, massive Thunderbolt...

The annual National Association of Broadcasters Convention is usually a good place to find the latest in cutting edge storage solutions, designed to handle extremely demanding workflows like 6K video, and this year's event didn't disappoint with both LaCie and Promise introducing RAID solutions supporting Thunderbolt 3.

| Read more »
19:10
Apple Worldwide Developer Conference 2016:...

After an odd semi-unveil via Siri earlier today, Apple this evening officially confirmed that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference would take place from June 13th through June 17th in San Francisco. As in previous years, tickets are being distributed via a random lottery process to eligible developers. Interested in attending? Read on as we break down everything you need to know about WWDC 2016.

more…

Filed under: AAPL Company Tagged: Apple, iOS,...

| Read more »
18:44
Rogue Source Code Repos Can Compromise Mac Security...

An anonymous reader writes: Recent Mac versions come bundled with a very old version of Git (2.6.4) that is vulnerable to two security flaws that allow attackers to execute code on the device when the user forks a Git repo holding "malicious" code. The problem is that users can't upgrade this Git repo, they can't change its runtime permissions, nor can they remove it because Apple blocks even root users from twiddling with some system-level programs. "If you rely on machines like this, I am truly sorry. I feel for you," the researcher wrote on her blog. "I wrote this post in an attempt to goad them [Apple] into action because this is affecting lots of people who are important to me. They are basically screwed until Apple deigns to deliver a patched git unto them."


...

| Read more »
17:53
Apple Pay goes live in Singapore with American...

Apple on Monday added Singapore to a growing list of locales that offer support for Apple Pay, with customers in the region now able to conduct touchless transactions and in-app purchases thanks to American Express integration.

| Read more »
17:47
Official WWDC 2016 invitation emailed to developers

That didn't take long. Just a few short hours after Siri let everyone in on the secret of when WWDC 2016 would take place, developers received the official invitation. A link on the invitation leads to this wonderful registration page:

As noted in the code-like invitation, buying tickets is only possible if a developer registers and is then selected in a random drawing. If you're a dev, get thee to the registration page by Friday for your roll of the dice...

| Read more »
16:59
Apple debuts redesigned developer resources mini-...

In concert with Monday's WWDC 2016 announcement, Apple launched a revamped informational resources section on its developer portal, which includes articles, technical insight and real world examples designed to help new coders get their start on the App Store.

| Read more »
16:36
Apple confirms WWDC June 13-17, opens registration...

After Siri provided a sneak peek at the dates for Apple’s 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, the Cupertino-based company confirmed the event by launching its WWDC 2016 website.

WWDC starts on Monday, June 13, and runs throughout the week until Friday, June 17. WWDC actually takes place at two venues. Monday, the day of the keynote, will be at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The rest of the week will be at Moscone West, where WWDCs in recent past have been held.

The keynote on June 13 starts at 10 a.m. PT, and according to the WWDC website, will be streamed live on the web. Apple will also stream select WWDC sessions and post videos of all the sessions.

...

| Read more »
16:21
∞ Apple launches new resources for developers on the...

In addition to launching its WWDC Web site on Monday, Apple also launched a new part of its site dedicated to helping developers get on the App Store.

The App Store makes it simple for users around the world to discover, download and enjoy your apps. Grow your business with resources designed to help you create great apps and reach more users.

There is just so much I could say about the App Store, but I won’t right now. Another time.

| Read more »
16:11
Apple confirms WWDC 2016 kicks off on June 13, opens...

Hours after Siri leaked upcoming dates for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, the company on Monday confirmed its 27th annual WWDC will indeed run from June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco. Developers can now register to take part in this year's ticket lottery.

| Read more »
16:03
Apple opens registration for WWDC

The opportunity to buy tickets to this year’s conference will be offered by random selection. Register now through Friday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m. PDT for your chance to attend. We will let you know your status by Monday, April 25, 5:00 p.m. PDT.

Go!

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
15:55
[Sponsor] Introducing Imprint

Imprint is a curated retailer and lifestyle publication, offering weekly collections of exclusive products for the modern gentleman.

Put differently, rather than selling thousands of different items, Imprint sells only 10-20 core products per month, presented alongside beautiful independent photography and story-telling. And rather than selling flash-sale leftovers, Imprint works with top brands to source, produce, and sell a truly limited and exclusive selection of top notch clothing, literature, coffee, and more.

Last week, Imprint also launched on iOS — both for iPhone and iPad — allowing customers to shop internationally with Apple Pay, consult with our on-demand personal styling service, and more.

For Daring Fireball readers keen to try Imprint — on web or iOS — use the code BASEBALL for 20% off your order. Shipping is free within the...

| Read more »
15:41
Apple’s foray into Hollywood

Whether true or not, this is a fascinating read. I’m convinced that it’s something Apple is at least looking into.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
15:20
LXLE Gives Aging Hardware a New Lease on Life


LXLE is an ideal distro for out-of-the-box functionality to handle your everyday computing needs. It's a well-oiled lightweight distribution based on Ubuntu's long-term support releases for Debian and Lubuntu Linux from a community originating in the U.S. The latest version is 14.04.4, released last month. It runs an optimized LXDE, or Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, that has a comfortable look and feel with plenty of system settings to tailor its performance to your way of working.

| Read more »
14:53
Apple confirms QuickTime for Windows at end of life

I don’t know what this means for Mac users (hopefully, nothing) but it’s sad to see the demise of what, for Apple, was supposed to be its next great platform. Myself and others were encouraged directly by Apple (but behind the scenes) to develop and use QuickTime. Apple sent me a QuickTime Streaming Server (back in the days when there was such a thing) in order for me to broadcast my show using QuickTime 4. But, over the ensuing years, it became obvious that Apple was losing interest in developing QuickTime much further. This issue is yet another sign of that.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
13:54
Apple confirms QuickTime for Windows at end of life

After an 11-year run, QuickTime for Windows is no more. Apple has confirmed it will no longer issue updates or patch security holes for the PC version of its multimedia software, meaning those who continue to use the software do so at their own risk .

| Read more »
13:19
Class action lawsuit attacks Tidal over 'Life...

A lawsuit launched Monday accuses Tidal -- along with rapper Kanye West, and Jay Z's Carter Enterprises -- of intentionally misleading people about West's album "The Life of Pablo," which was initially marketed as an exclusive on the streaming service.

| Read more »
13:13
Google Calendar Offers Life-Coaching Goals Feature


Google last week rolled out Goals in Google Calendar, a feature designed to help users achieve their personal goals. Users set a goal, such as working out more often, and answer relevant questions, such as how often they want to work out and the best time for them to do so. Calendar then will sift through their schedules and select the best time to allocate for the task. Calendar uses artificial intelligence, so it will get better at scheduling the more often it's used, the company said.

| Read more »
12:15
Apple brings Maps transit directions to Seattle

Apple on Monday quietly added public transit directions for Apple Maps users in Seattle, Wash., allowing them to navigate the city's various networks without a third-party app like Google Maps.

| Read more »
11:31
World of Warcraft's Legion expansion launches...

If you thought you were safe from the Burning Legion until at least November, well, think again. On Monday, Blizzard announced the latest World of Warcraft expansion, subtitled Legion, will release August 30.

To recap: Legion is basically Burning Crusade Redux, using the time travel malarkey introduced in Warlords of Draenor to retcon the long-running MMO’s first ever expansion and bring fan-favorite Illidan Stormrage back to life. Which is either “Oh, great news!” or “Damn, Blizzard has run out of ideas” depending on your temperament.

There’s also the requisite level bump (up to 110) and a new class, the Demon Hunter, if you’re looking to change things up after a decade of WoW. Also a new never-before-seen location, the Broken Isles, which should please lore fanatics. It’s...well, it’s another World of Warcraft expansion.

...

| Read more »
11:23
When is WWDC 2016? Just ask Siri

The official dates for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) have yet to be formally announced by the company. But if you ask Siri, as Re/code’s Ina Fried did, you’ll find out the dates.

Apple hasn't officially posted details of its June developer conference but Siri will tell you if you ask her. pic.twitter.com/sR7QbNAGzc

— Ina Fried (@inafried) April 18, 2016

Based on the schedule for the Moscone Center, it’s been speculated by the media and others that WWDC would happen the week of June 13, since Moscone West, the place where Apple usually holds WWDC, doesn’t have any events scheduled. Considering that Apple programs Siri’s responses, this is as good...

| Read more »
11:11
WWDC 2016 runs June 13-17, according to Siri

Enlarge / Siri! Shhhh!! (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple hasn't officially announced the dates for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference yet, but Siri seems to blab if you ask. Apple's personal assistant says that WWDC will run from June 13 to June 17 in San Francisco. The location hasn't been confirmed, but the conference has historically been held at the Moscone West event space downtown.

The official WWDC site hasn't been updated with the new information and there's no way to register to buy tickets yet, but if Siri is telling people the date, we'll probably get more information soon.

Apple has historically used its opening-day WWDC keynote to show off new OS X and iOS versions, and watchOS was added to the rotation last year. We...

| Read more »
11:06
∞ Siri says WWDC will be June 13-June 17

Nothing official from Apple, but this is what Siri says.

[[Via

| Read more »
11:02
With new Macs and OS X 10.12 on deck, WWDC 2016...

The 2016 edition of Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference may be later than usual this year, as the company gears up for OS X 10.12 and a wide-ranging refresh of its Mac lineup.

| Read more »
11:00
BlackBerry Comments on Canadian Police Eavesdropping...

Last week, a report, citing court documents, claimed that Canadian police have had BlackBerry's global decryption key since 2010. Today BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially commented on the report. In a blog post, Chen reiterated that his company remains committed to doing what is "right for the citizenry," without confirming if the Candian police have the "global encryption key." "I have stated before that we are indeed in a dark place when companies put their reputations above the greater good," Chen wrote, adding that the company's cooperation with the Canadian police resulted in shutting down a criminal organization. He adds: Regarding BlackBerry's assistance, I can reaffirm that we stood by our lawful access principles. Furthermore, at no point was BlackBerry's BES server involved. Our BES continues to be impenetrable -- also without the ability for backdoor access -- and is the most secure mobile platform for managing all mobile devices. That's why we are the gold standard in...

| Read more »
10:23
EU confirms antitrust probe into Android apps, News...

The European Commission and global media giant News Corp. on Monday confirmed separate actions against Google, with both factions suggesting that Google may be violating European regulations.

| Read more »
10:16
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 18...

Notable software releases this week include Fantastical 2.2.1, Retrospect 13.01, LaunchBar 6.6.2, and Delicious Library 3.5.1.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
10:16
ExtraBITS for 18 April 2016

In ExtraBITS this week, it turns out that the FBI hired hackers in the San Bernardino iPhone case, a new authentication protocol has been proposed to make USB-C safer, and AirPlay comes to Android on the new HTC 10 smartphone. Amazon has announced a new high-end e-reader, the Kindle Oasis, and is adding monthly payment options for its Amazon Prime service. Finally, in Apple news, the company has ended its iTunes Allowances program and its App Store reviewers have been feuding with developers of Reddit clients.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control...

| Read more »
10:15
Change Xsan 4 sanName

Forums: Troubleshooting

Hello,

Is it possible to "properly" change the SAN name of an already configured Xsan 4 ?
When I change the sanName in the config.plist of /Library/Preferences/Xsan/ of a MDC,
the Server app is not recognizing the SAN. I think I have to change it in the SAN OD users com.apple.xsan...

If it's too touchy I'll do with the bad name...

Thank you

| Read more »
09:58
What the Traditional Car Companies Don't Seem...


Two interesting events took place this month. Tesla announced its Model 3, a relatively affordable electric car, and it attracted around 180K preorders on the same day. That was before the company actually revealed the car. There were more than 250K preorders in the first 36 hours. Oh, and the run rate is about 1,500 per hour of pre-orders for this car right now. Ford opened preorders for its new Ford GT, and only 500 people actually will get to buy this $400K car -- and as of right now, you still can order one of those 500.

| Read more »
09:35
Former Apple board member Bill Campbell dies

Bill Campbell — who garnered the name “The Coach” for the sage advice and counsel he gave numerous tech leaders from Apple’s Steve Jobs to Google’s Larry Page to Amazon’s Jeff Bezos — has died.

My condolences to his family and friends.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
09:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Belkin Surge Protector w/ USB...

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.

TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Amazon Gold Box – up to 60% off select...

| Read more »
09:26
∞ AC/DC name Axl Rose as new singer

Angus Young joined Guns N’ Roses on stage for a couple of songs over the weekend.

| Read more »
09:25
Apple rebuts DOJ's appeal in N.Y. meth dealer...

Apple last week opposed the Department of Justice’s renewed demand that it assist investigators in accessing a drug dealer’s iPhone, arguing that the government has not proved the company’s help is required.

“The government has utterly failed to satisfy its burden to demonstrate that Apple’s assistance in this case is necessary,” lawyers for the Cupertino company said in a brief (PDF) filed with a federal court in New York on Friday. “The government has made no showing that it has exhausted alternative means for extracting data from the iPhone at issue here, either by making a serious attempt to obtain the passcode from the individual defendant who set it in the first place ... or by consulting other government agencies and third parties known to the government.”

...

| Read more »
09:20
Silicon Valley's Legendary 'Coach'...

Kara Swisher, reporting for Recode: Bill Campbell, who garnered the name "The Coach" for the sage advice and counsel he gave numerous tech leaders from Apple's Steve Jobs to Google's Larry Page to Amazon's Jeff Bezos, has died. He was battling with cancer. News of his passing popped up on Facebook early this morning and many prominent tech players also confirmed the death to me, which came after a long battle with cancer. It is a big loss for Silicon Valley, given the impact a man who said he did not even know how to do HTML had by virtue of wisdom alone. But he was not without tech chops. Campbell ran companies like Intuit and worked in key jobs at Apple, Claris and Go, and also served on a plethora of boards, including Columbia University, Intuit and Apple. He has been a longtime adviser to Google execs including Page and Eric Schmidt -- and really just about every major tech executive you could think of at some point.VentureBeat interviewed Campbell in 2011, in which he shared...

| Read more »
09:16
TidBITS Turns 26: Thoughts on Apple’s Evolution

On our 26th anniversary, TidBITS Publisher Adam Engst muses about the kind of company into which Apple has evolved. It’s not the Apple of Steve Jobs anymore.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
09:14
Longtime Apple advisor, board member Bill Campbell...

Bill Campbell, a legendary figure in Silicon Valley and a major part of Apple's history, has succumbed to cancer and passed away on Monday at the age of 75.

| Read more »
09:02
‘GoPro VR’ mobile app launches for 360-degree &...

GoPro is today launching a new GoPro VR mobile app where anyone will be able to view 360-degree and virtual reality content uploaded using its new Omni and Odyssey camera rigs also announced today.

more…

Filed under: iOS Devices Tagged: 360 degree, app, GoPro, iPhone, Odyssey, Omni, vr...

| Read more »
08:51
The nightmare of rogue USB-C cables and adapters...

The wave of rogue USB-C products that poses risks to PCs and mobile devices hasn’t gone unnoticed, and the USB Implementers Forum has taken steps to eradicate the issue once and for all.

A new specification announced by the USB 3.0 Promoters Group, which is part of USB-IF, aims to eliminate rogue cables, ports and chargers. The USB Type-C Authentication protocol will verify and ensure a USB-C connection won’t fry a port or damage a device.

A host device like a smartphone or PC will first verify the authenticity of the cable, charger or power source before any data is transferred. If everything checks out, a connection will be established.

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

| Read more »
08:50
Apple’s iPhone image sensor producer Sony details...

Sony Corporation has issued an official news release in regards to the status of their manufacturing companies in Japan after the Kumamoto earthquakes. Having confirmed the safety of their employees in the affected regions, Sony has listed out a few details of the manufacturing sites that have been impacted as result of the earthquake.

Sony’s semiconductor factory in Kumamoto, which primarily manufactures image sensors for cameras, had seen its production halted after the earthquake and has yet to be started again. According to Sony, damage to the site is currently being evaluated, but the timeframe for resuming has yet to be confirmed. Sony’s main facility for smartphone image sensors in Nagasaki and its sister-site, Oita Technology Center, had its operations suspended but production had resumed on April 17th.

Currently there is no news as to how or if this will affect Apple’s current or future product line-up, specifically...

| Read more »
08:23
Apple's 2016 MacBook refresh inching closer as...

The wheels seem to be in motion for Apple to begin updating its MacBook offerings during the second quarter of 2016, with resellers holding firesales on all 2015 MacBook Airs while Best Buy has halted sales of current-generation 12" MacBooks completely.

| Read more »
08:05
Apple working to promote Apple Music with superstar...

Apple's marketing strategy for its nascent music streaming service is inspired by the music industry itself, the company revealed on Monday alongside a new one-minute spot featuring pop sensation Taylor Swift.

| Read more »
07:43
Rumor: Apple looking to shift from aluminum to “all...

When KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo offers a research note, people tend to listen.

Recently, Kuo offered a report stating that the iPhone will be seeing a major redesign in 2017, dropping the iconic aluminum casing for an all-glass enclosure with AMOLED screen. This corroborates a previous report offering hints of a fairly radical redesign to be seen in the near term.

Kuo believes that Apple will be moving to an all-glass enclosure, dropping aluminum completely as it will no longer appear modern or fresh in 2017. Apple’s smartphone competitors are also adopting aluminum designs in droves, making it more likely Apple will want to differentiate with entirely new materials.

Kuo did note elaborate as to whether the next-gen...

| Read more »
07:42
IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic: More Twang for the Buck

IK Multimedia’s iRig Acoustic is an inexpensive, highly portable way to record an acoustic guitar on your iOS device — just be careful you don’t drag your iPhone or iPad onto the floor!

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
07:39
Apple salvaged 61 million pounds of recyclable...

During its fiscal 2015, Apple managed to recover over 61 million pounds of reusable material out of the almost 90 million pounds in electronics it took in through its recycling programs, according to the company's most recent Environmental Responsibility Report.

| Read more »
07:21
Council claims that Apple’s proposed Irish data...

Apple's proposed Irish data center could increase electricity consumption in Ireland by 8.2%, according to a document obtained by Business Insider and which can be accessed through Galway County Council's website.

The article says Galway County Council received a detailed letter from a man named Allan Daly last May expressing a number of concerns he has over an €850 million (£599 million) data center that Apple wants to build in a forest near Athenry, on the west coast of Ireland. The Cupertino, California-based company planned to start building the €850 million data center on a 500-acre site before the end of last year, but a decision won't be made until the summer, a local councillor told the publication. 

This computer-generated image of Apple’s proposed data center is...

| Read more »
07:12
Japan earthquakes not expected to affect Sony’s...

Sony said a factory producing image sensors for smartphone makers such as Apple will remain closed while it assesses the damage from two deadly earthquakes which hit southern Japan, reports Reuters. The quakes measured up to 7.3 in magnitude and, tragically, killed at least 42 people.

The company said it will extend the closure of its image sensor plant in Kumamoto, which is in the southern island of Kyushu, after major trembles on Thursday and Saturday rocked the key manufacturing region. Sony added that operations at its image sensor plant in Nagasaki, also in Kyushu, will be partially suspended and it does not yet have a timeline for full resumption of operations.

“We are not expecting any immediate supply disruption as we have some inventories right now," a company spokesman told Reuters. "We will make an...

| Read more »
07:00
It's complicated: A film examines our...

In a world of status updates, indie filmmaker Kerith Lemon categorizes her relationship with modern technology under the "It's complicated" banner. And with good reason. Lemon, whose short film "A Social Life" casts a harsh light on our addictive ent...

| Read more »
07:00
Music Industry Sees First Big Gains in 20 Years...

Thanks to subscription-based music streaming services, the music industry is seeing a significant growth for the first time in nearly two decades. According to International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), an industry trade group, the global music sales rose 3.2 percent last year, also surpassing those from all physical music formats. The important tipping point in 2015 saw digital services account for 45 percent of recorded music revenue. According to the report, Spotify, Apple Music and other music streaming services brought in about $2.9 billion in revenue. The findings are in line with Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)'s estimates from last month. IFPI also noted that music on free streaming services such as YouTube has also grown quickly, creating a panic among record labels and artists alike. Billboard elaborates that aspect: In criticizing ad-supported services, the IFPI joined a growing list of trade bodies and music company executives to...

| Read more »
06:52
Japan earthquake halts some iPhone camera production...

An earthquake centered near Japan's Kyushu island has forced Apple supplier Sony to close its Kumamoto image sensor factory -- which supplies components for use in the iPhone -- indefinitely, but the company does not believe deliveries will be affected.

| Read more »
06:48
HP wants to turn your Mac into a 44-core Windows PC

If your Mac isn’t fast enough to edit 3D video, HP has a workaround to make it possible.

HP’s new remote graphics tool will allow Mac users to tap into the massive computing power of HP Z workstations, which can have up to 44 CPU cores.

The Remote Graphics Software (RGS) turns the Mac into a remote desktop tuned for graphics. A “sender” plugin on the HP Z links to a receiver on the Mac, allowing the computers to share screens and applications. 

“HP is upgrading your Mac,” said Christian Jones, worldwide product manager for remote desktop software at HP.

The Mac receiver is being released as HP announces new workstations with the latest CPUs and GPUs. The high-end HP Z840, equipped with Intel E5-2600 v4 chips and Nvidia Quadro GPUs, can outperform any Mac.

To read this article in full or...

| Read more »
06:43
TrendForce: iPhone sales unlikely to see turn-around...

In a new report, TrendForce reports that the worldwide smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2016 totaled 292 million units, down 18.6% from the previous quarter and a year-on-year decline of 1.3%. The decrease was mainly attributed to market saturation. 

Leading brands such as Apple and Samsung no longer have the same growth momentum as before, so the overall shipments depended on contributions from Chinese brands and rising demand in India and other emerging markets, according to the global market research firm. Avril Wu, TrendForce smartphone analyst, said the combined shipments (including exports) from Chinese brands in the first quarter reached 125 million units, surpassing the combined shipments from Apple and Samsung for the first time. Chinese brands accounted for 42.9% of the global smartphone shipments, up from 41.5% in the previous quarter.

TrendForce opines that Apple is unlikely to make a...

| Read more »
06:26
LinkedIn today launching Tinder-style swiping iPhone...

The LinkedIn profile of the typical student may look a little empty at this stage in their career, but the company believes its network can still be useful. It’s today launching an iPhone app to help students identify companies and job titles that might be suitable for them, as well as pointing to live job postings that may be of interest.

more…

Filed under: Apps Tagged: LinkedIn, LinkedIn app, LinkedIn student app, Tinder ...

| Read more »
06:07
External Link: Amazon Expands Prime Subscription...

Amazon Prime has always been billed annually, with a current price of $99 per year. For that fee, you get a bundle of benefits, most notably free 2-day shipping on many items and an ever-expanding lineup of Prime Instant Video selections. For those in the United States who have trouble with the yearly pricing, Amazon is now offering two monthly subscription options: just Amazon Prime Instant Video for $8.99 (a dollar less than Netflix’s most popular plan) or the full Amazon Prime service for $10.99 per month. However, neither option is preferable to the $99 per-year price, which equals $8.25 per month.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of...

| Read more »
06:06
Rumor: Apple to use Austrian-based Magna to...

German publication Frankfurter Allgemeine claims Apple may be planning to use Austrian-based automotive contract manufacturer Magna to manufacture the Apple Car. The publication — as noted by 9to5Mac -- also says that Apple has created a “secret lab” in Berlin where it has head-hunted a small cross-disciplinary team of 15-20 upcoming engineers from a number of German car companies.

Magna is a global automotive supplier with 305 manufacturing operations and 93 product development, engineering and sales centers in 29 countries. The company has over 139,000 employees focused on “delivering superior value to our customers...

| Read more »
05:57
Taylor Swift features in another new Apple Music...

Taylor Swift and Apple Music have today launched another commercial on Twitter promoting Apple’s $9.99 streaming music service, featuring song ‘The Middle’ by Jimmy Eat World. It is unclear if the minute-long ad will be exclusive to online promotional channels or also be shown on TV.

more…

Filed under: Apple Music, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: ad...

| Read more »
05:53
Jean-Louis Gassée takes on the Burr Feinstein Senate...

Jean-Louis does a terrific job. The whole post is right on, top to bottom.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
05:04
How to Pack Home Appliances?
05:00
German report claims Apple Car could be manufactured...

German publication Frankfurter Allgemeine is reporting that Apple may be planning to use Austrian-based automotive contract manufacturer Magna to manufacture the Apple Car. The publication also says that Apple has created a ‘secret lab’ in Berlin where it has head-hunted a small cross-disciplinary team of 15-20 upcoming engineers from a number of German car companies.

Magna specialises in making limited-edition models for major car manufacturers, having made the Mini Paceman and Clubman for BMW, as well as the BMW X3. It is expected to make over 100,000 vehicles for BMW over the next 6-7 years …

more…

Filed under...

| Read more »
05:00
Here’s a secret keyboard shortcut for the iOS Emoji...

You use Emoji on your iPhone/iPad all the time. You know Emoji, right? They’re those little picture/icon thingies —

| Read more »
04:30
The Ultimate SleeveCase protects your iPad when you...

You have your iPad Pro, iPad Air or iPad mini — and you certainly want to carry it with you wherever you go. In which case you should check out the $59 iPad SleeveCase from WaterField, which offers great on-the-go protection.

The messenger style bag is cushioned with neoprene and wrapped in tough ballistic nylon shell with a "screen cleaning" Ultrasuede lining. It also sports an impact-resistant, screen protecting insert. The iPad SleeveCase functions as a stylish stand-alone case or can be inserted into another bag. With it you don't have to take your iPad out of its compartment when going through airport security, as the SleeveCase is TSA Checkpoint Friendly.

The Ultimate SleeveCase for iPad also has a convenient side pocket where you can stash earbuds, a cleaning cloth, etc. It's available in a choice of grey Indium or brown, naturally-tanned, leather trim. All this combines for a professional, elegant look....

| Read more »
04:08
Hackers use Congressman’s iPhone to demo ability to...

Apple may take iOS security so seriously that it’s willing to do battle with the FBI over it, but German hackers have demonstrated that all phones – even iPhones – are susceptible to a mobile network vulnerability that requires nothing more than knowing your phone number. Armed with just that, hackers can listen to your calls, read your texts and track your position.

60 Minutes invited the hackers to prove their claims by giving a brand new iPhone to Congressman Ted Lieu – who agreed to participate in the test – and telling the hackers nothing more than the phone number. The hackers later replayed recordings they’d made of calls made on that iPhone …

more…

Filed under:...

| Read more »
04:00
This is National Karaoke Week so celebrate...

This is National Karaoke Week, so we’ve rounded up some apps to help you celebrate. And don’t worry; neither Steve nor I will sing.

At the Mac App Store, you may want to check out KaraokeTube if you’re a serious karaoker. The $11.99 app has a streaming library of over thousands of songs with lyrics.

For fans of Disney’s Frozen movie, there’s Disney Karaoke: Frozen. The $7.99 app allows you to sing along with your favorite Frozen songs, record your voice with the original instrumental tracks, create a gallery of your performances, and share your recordings with others.

Instalyrics is a free app that’s good for other things besides karaoke. Click its icon and it will use Safari to find lyrics to a song playing in iTunes. Instalyrics will automatically refresh the Safari tab with the lyrics to the next song.

At the Apple App Store, there’s Sing! Karaoke, which lets you sing your favorite songs with sound effects — or “duet” with featured...

| Read more »
03:12
Fantastical 2.2.1

Improves reliability of Exchange account setup and fixes other Exchange-related bugs. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.2 MB)

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
02:14
Apple runs secret car lab in Berlin with 15-20...

Adding to rampant rumor and speculation surrounding Apple's "Project Titan" automotive initiative, a new report claims the company is operating a secret car lab out of Germany's capital city tasked with imagining, and realizing, vehicles of the future.

| Read more »
01:01
Video streaming race heats up, Amazon now offers its...

Rumors of Apple’s entrance into the video streaming arena have been swirling for a couple of years now, with Apple wanting to launch a skinny bundle streaming internet cable TV service, however news on the progress of this project has died down in 2016. It is unclear if it is still on the cards, various outlets reports talked had stalled with the television networks. However, Amazon and Netflix continue to battle it out.

Today, just as Netflix customers are forcibly moved to more expensive monthly plans, Amazon has announced it will offer its streaming video service as a standalone monthly subscription for the first time. Priced at $8.99/per month, the plan is a dollar cheaper than Netflix’s most popular offering. Until today, the only way to get Amazon Prime Video through a...

| Read more »
00:12
Retrospect 13.01

Maintenance update improve log reporting and fixes several bugs with the Mac client. ($119 new, free update, 183 MB)

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »

Sunday April 17

21:12
LaunchBar 6.6.2

Fixes an incompatibility with OS X 10.9 Mavericks and 10.10 Yosemite. ($29 new, free update, 14.1 MB)

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
21:12
Delicious Library 3.5.1

Updated to utilize Apple’s latest iTunes access framework and fixes several bugs. ($25 new, free update, 78.2 MB)

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
13:40
The 30 best TV theme songs of all time

I’m sorry but I’d have to put the Spider-Man theme number one if only because it was the only song my brothers and I ever sang at the top of our lungs every time it played. Drove my mother nuts.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
12:31
Google's Android N OS Will Support Pressure-...

An anonymous reader writes: In the latest Developer Preview 2 of Android N, Google introduced new "Launcher shortcuts" to the beta OS. It allows developers to "define shortcuts which users can expose in the launcher to help them perform actions quicker." It's reminiscent of Apple's "3D Touch" feature found in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, which can allow for specific parts of an app to be displayed in a pop-up menu when users forcefully press on an icon or other miscellaneous piece of information developed with the feature.

As mentioned in Phandroid's report testing the "setDynamicShortcuts(List)" feature, Google offered four different scenarios where Launcher Shortcuts make sense: Navigating users to a particular location in a mapping app, sending messages to a friend in a communication app, playing the next episode of a TV show in a media app, or loading the last save point in a gaming app.
"Google says that the manufacturers who build Android devices wanted this...

| Read more »
11:30
OWC’s Aura SSDs are a good way to add storage to...


OWC's Aura drive for newer MacBook Airs and Pros.

6 more images in gallery

.related-stories { display: none !important; }

MacBooks (and iBooks and PowerBooks before them) have never been renowned for their repairability, but post-2010 MacBook Air models have been particularly bad. RAM is soldered to the motherboard. Drives use proprietary connections. The Retina MacBook has no user-serviceable parts on the motherboard, which is so tightly integrated that it’s more like an iPad motherboard than a Mac.

There’s not much you can do about parts that are soldered to the motherboard, but when it comes to proprietary connectors, the folks at Other...

| Read more »
10:29
Apple expected to ditch aluminum, release glass-...

Apple reportedly plans to shake up the materials used for the iPhone in 2017, abandoning the aluminum casing it has used for years and returning to the glass chassis championed with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s.

| Read more »
06:55
Take Control of Slack Basics: Chapter 7, Conduct...

When you just want to have a quick word with someone or see what sort of food your regular lunch group wants to get, a direct message conversation is often easier than a setting up channel. In this chapter, Glenn Fleishman explains everything you need to know about direct message conversations, which, admittedly, isn’t all that much.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
06:55
Chapter 7 of “Take Control of Slack Basics” Available

Slack channels are great for holding messages on particular topics, but what about when you just want to have a quick chat with a few people? That’s what direct message conversations are for. In this week’s chapter, Glenn Fleishman explains how conversations work.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

| Read more »
06:29
KGI: Apple to drop aluminum iPhone casing in 2017 in...

In a new report by KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo, the reliable Apple analyst claims that the iPhone will be seeing a major redesign in 2017, dropping the iconic aluminum casing for an all-glass enclosure with AMOLED screen. This follows on from another of Kuo’s reports in late March, where he first suggested Apple will return to an iPhone design akin to the iPhone 4. It does not seem like the iPhone 7 for 2016 will be seeing such a major overhaul, breaking Apple’s tick-tock pattern of a significant chassis redesign every other generation.

Kuo believes that Apple will be moving to an all-glass enclosure, dropping aluminum completely as it will no longer appear modern or fresh in 2017. Apple’s smartphone competitors are also adopting aluminum designs in droves, making it more likely Apple will want to differentiate with entirely new materials.

...

| Read more »
02:51
iPhone SE vs. iPhone 6: How Apple's cheaper,...

Although they're still on sale, and potentially tempting, there's really no reason you should be buying an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus in early 2016 -- even if you're not interested in the iPhone SE.

| Read more »
02:15
China's realistic robot Jia Jia can chat with...

The University of Science and Technology of China has recently unveiled an eerily realistic robot named Jia Jia. While she looks more human-like than that creepy ScarJo robot, you'll probably still find yourself plunging head first into the uncanny v...

| Read more »

Saturday April 16

22:24
Extra-thin LEDs put a screen on your skin

Eventually, wearable displays might be so thin that they effectively blend into your skin. University of Tokyo researchers have developed an optoelectronic skin whose polymer LEDs and organic photodetectors are so thin (3 micrometers) that they prac...

| Read more »
20:38
The first 'Dark Souls 3' add-on doesn...

Given that plenty of folks went to impressive lengths to play FromSoftware's latest game early, I'm betting the following Dark Souls 3 news isn't going to sit well with them. Why? Because you'll have to wait until this fall to play anything beyond wh...

| Read more »
19:06
Ancient apps leave 3.2 million PCs open to...

Criminals are relying on some particularly insidious ways to spread ransomware. Cisco's Talos group has discovered that intruders are taking advantage of vulnerabilities in old versions of Follett library management software (specifically, the assoc...

| Read more »
16:30
Snowden Predicts Global iPhone Hack, Records Song

Edward Snowden criticized the FBI for leaving open security holes found in the iPhone, predicting the hack will now become globally available by the end of 2016. "Personally, I think we'll see it by the end of August," he wrote to his two million followers on Twitter, where one British newspaper reports Snowden was also "recently invited into a Twitter private group chat with a lot of teenage girls who didn't know who he was." (Snowden asked them to call him "Ed," and warned them that if they messaged him, the NSA would read their messages.) Friday Snowden also tweeted a 2013 article about the U.C. Davis police officer who used pepper spray on protesters, writing that the officer was later awarded $38,000 "for his 'pain and suffering'." But Snowden has also been collaborating with French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre, contributing samples of his voice to a six-minute track to be included on an upcoming album. "Technology can actually increase privacy," Snowden says on the...

| Read more »
11:15
21 tiny design features that show Apple’s incredible...

Apple has always had this obsessive attention to detail. I love that some of these are so subtle you’d never notice them but Apple went to the effort to create them anyway.

∞ Read this on The Loop

| Read more »
10:40
How-to: Quickly rename multiple files on your Mac...

Renaming multiple files can be a tedious process when doing so manually, but the Finder in OS X can make it easier to rename a batch of files at once on your Mac. Instead of relying on a third party app, use this handy tip to quickly rename a batch of files without breaking a sweat. more…

Filed under:
How-To
, iOS Devices, Mac Tagged: batch editing, Finder, how to, Mac, OS X, rename, Tips...

| Read more »
10:24
This week on AI: Apple Watch 2 an 's'...

Some focus returned to the second-generation Apple Watch and the Apple Car -- two products shrouded in mystery -- but the encryption debate continued to flourish, particularly with news that the FBI has yet to find useful information on the iPhone of dead San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook.

| Read more »
10:00
Windows Users Warned to Dump QuickTime Pronto


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Thursday issued a warning to remove Apple's QuickTime for Windows. The alert came in response to Trend Micro's report of two security flaws in the software, which will never be patched because Apple has ended support for QuickTime for Windows. Computers running QuickTime are open to increased risk of malicious attack or data loss, US-CERT warned, and remote attackers could take control of a victim's computer system. US-CERT is part of DHS' National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center.

| Read more »
09:32
This week’s top stories: iPhone 7, the future of...

In this week’s top stories, attention turned from the iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 to what’s coming next from Apple, as stories surrounding the iPhone 7 and the future of Apple’s MacBook lineup rounded out the most shared articles of the week. But not far behind was Zac’s review of the iPhone SE followed by analysis of the new iPad Pro’s 9.7-inch display showing record mobile display performance and possible hints at what’s to come from iPhone 7 this fall.

As always, we have the easy links to those stories and the rest of this week’s most shared news and videos below:

more…

Filed under:...

| Read more »
09:30
Apple Expects Users To Replace Their iPhone, Apple...

Apple says it expects its users to replace their iPhone and Apple Watch after (more like, every) three years. The company adds that it expects a Mac user to replace their computer after four years. The iPhone maker shared the expectations in a recently released document as part of its latest environmental push. In the document, Apple underscores how much its products contribute to the greenhouse gas lifecycle. The Guardian reports: Within a new question and answer section Apple said: "Years of use, which are based on first owners, are assumed to be four years for OS X and tvOS devices and three years for iOS and watchOS devices." That assessment doesn't take into account the recycling of devices, their reconditioning and their resale, of course, but when you buy a new iPhone 6S for $649 (starting price, off-contract), Apple expects it to last three years, something many suspected. Apple has been accused of intentionally slowing down iPhones every time a new one is released,...

| Read more »
08:12
Jony Ive creates unique iPad Pro items for ‘Time for...

Jony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer, has created a one-of-a-kind range of iPad accessories, which will be sold at the upcoming “Time For Design” auction, proceeds of which will go towards the new Design Museum in Kensington, notes Wallpaper

Pictured from left to right are a custom designed 12.9-inch iPad Pro, a unique “Smart Cover,” Apple Pencil and holder. Donated by the Apple Design Team, the items have an estimated value of £10,000 – £15,000.

Co-curated by Deyan Sudjic, the director of the Design Museum and Alexander Payne, worldwide director of Design at Phillips, Time for Design is both a live auction on April 28 and an online-only auction from April 7 to May 2. All profits from the sale will be donated to the Design Museum's capital campaign for its new home in Holland Park.

The Design Museum is a museum founded in 1989. It covers product, industrial, graphic,...

| Read more »
08:00
Apple asks judge to deny DOJ’s latest iPhone...

On Friday Apple asked a New York federal judge to reject the U.S. Justice Department's latest attempt to force the company to unlock an iPhone, saying the government has "utterly failed" to prove it needs such unusual technical support.

As noted by The Mercury News, Apple's lawyers renewed their defense of the company's need to protect the security of iPhone users. The attorneys accused the FBI of seeking to force Apple to unlock a smartphone in a Brooklyn drug case solely to set precedent across the country that threatens its strong encryption in iPhones.

Apple also maintains the Justice Department's request is questionable since the FBI initially insisted it needed Apple to unlock an iPhone in the the San Bernardino shooter case, then ditched the request when it it worked around Apple’s lack of cooperation.

Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn want a court order to require Apple to...

| Read more »
06:00
EBUB Viewer helps Mac users juggle EPUB files

If you deal at all with EPUB (electronic publication documents), EPUB Viewer for Mac OS X (10.6 or higher) from Enolsoft is a tool worth checking out — IF you need lots of bells and whistles. A demo is available for download, and you can buy the utility for $2.99 at the Mac App Store.

What's EPUBL? It's a free and open e-book standard by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). Files have the extension .epub. EPUB Viewer for Mac is an EPUB eBook reader that lets you open and read non-DRM protected EPUB formats on your Mac.

It has zoom-in, zoom-out, bookmark, scrolling, print and other features. You can also use it as a Mac EPUB to PDF Converter to convert an EPUB document to a PDF document. Converting EPUB docs to the PDF format conveniently retains the original elements, including layout,...

| Read more »
06:00
The Week in iPad Cases: Meet Pad & Quill's...

...plus, Catalyst's new waterproof case for the iPad Pro

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes the latest from Pad & Quill. Plus, new folios, leather sleeves, and more.

Alveant

The Sleeve (9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPad Air/Air 2; $99) combines protection and style with a fashionable leather exterior wrapped around a foam-padded interior.

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

| Read more »
 

Community Search:
MacTech Search:

Software Updates via MacUpdate

Camping With Grandpa (Education)
Camping With Grandpa 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Education Price: $2.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: | Read more »
Black Hole Joyrider (Games)
Black Hole Joyrider 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $2.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: Guide your spacecraft through the gravity well of a powerful black hole using only your retro-thrusters and dwindling fuel... | Read more »
My Koi (Games)
My Koi 1.0 Device: iOS iPhone Category: Games Price: $1.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: My Koi is a beautiful and relaxing fish pond app. Customise and name each fish. Feed them daily. Watch them grow. Collect new fish.... | Read more »
Never Gone (Games)
Never Gone 1.0.2 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $2.99, Version: 1.0.2 (iTunes) Description: ###IMPPORTANT### Never Gone's HD art resources require devices with more than 1GB RAM, so please note that iPhone 4/4s, iPad 2/... | Read more »
INKS. (Games)
INKS. 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $1.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: From the makers of BAFTA-winning Lumino City comes INKS. INKS updates pinball for a new generation. It combines the joy of pinball with... | Read more »
How to maximise your profits in Bakery B...
Running a bakery can be an expensive venture. You’ll need to continuously upgrade your oven, your kitchen supplies, and even your ingredients to keep customers happy. Most of these renovations in Bakery Blitz cost a pretty penny, but we have a few... | Read more »
How to manage your time in Bakery Blitz
It can be tricky, especially when you risk burning your kitchen to the ground if you forget a cake in the oven, so make sure to use these time management tricks to keep your bakery running smoothly. Don’t collect the money right away [Read more] | Read more »
Model 15 (Music)
Model 15 1.0 Device: iOS iPhone Category: Music Price: $29.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: The Moog Model 15 App is the first Moog modular synthesizer and synthesis educational tool created exclusively for iPad, iPhone and... | Read more »
How to deal with wind in Angry Birds Act...
Angry Birds Action! is a physics-based puzzler in which you're tasked with dragging and launching birds around an obstacle-littered field to achieve a set objective. It's simple enough at first, but when wind gets introduced things can get pretty... | Read more »
How to get three stars in every level of...
Angry Birds Action! is, essentially, a pinball-style take on the pull-and-fling action of the original games. When you first boot it up, you'll likely be wondering exactly what it is you have to do to get a good score. Well, never fear as 148Apps... | Read more »

Price Scanner via MacPrices.net

12-inch 128GB iPad Pros on sale for up to $10...
B&H Photo has 12″ 128GB WiFi iPad Pros on sale for up to $100 off MSRP, each including free shipping. B&H charges sales tax in NY only: - 12″ Space Gray 128GB WiFi iPad Pro: $899 $50 off MSRP... Read more
Global Tablet Sales Slump Continues, iPad’s F...
Another miserable showing for the global slate tablet category in calendar Q1/16, with global tablet shipments falling another 1ten percent to 46.5 million units during the according to Strategy... Read more
Revel Systems to Showcase iPad POS Platform w...
Revel Systems, specialists in iPad Point of Sale management solution for brick-and-mortar retail, food businesses and more, today announced that it will showcase its innovative iPad Point of Sale... Read more
13-inch 2.5GHz MacBook Pro on sale for $999,...
B&H Photo has the 13″ 2.5GHz MacBook Pro on sale for $999 including free shipping plus NY sales tax only. Their price is $100 off MSRP. Read more
Apple refurbished 2015 iMacs available for up...
Apple now has a full line of Certified Refurbished 2015 21″ & 27″ iMacs available for up to $350 off MSRP. Apple’s one-year warranty is standard, and shipping is free. The following models are... Read more
Indian Smartphone Market Grows Annually by 12...
India’s smartphone market grew by 12 percent year-over-year, with 24.4 million units shipping in Q1 2016. The top five vendors stayed the same, with Samsung in the lead, followed by Micromax, Intex... Read more
Get Notifications When Your Friend’s Phone Ba...
Calgary, Canada based Stonelight Pictures has announced the release of Battery Share 1.0.1, its new utility for iOS 9 supported devices. The company notes that people are spending more time on their... Read more
11-inch 1.6GHz/128GB MacBook Air on sale for...
Amazon has the current-generation 11″ 1.6GHz/128GB MacBook Air (sku MJVM2LL/A) on sale for $749.99 for a limited time. Their price is $150 off MSRP, and it’s the lowest price available for this model... Read more
Price drops on clearance 2015 13-inch MacBook...
B&H Photo has dropped prices on clearance 2015 13″ MacBook Airs by up to $250. Shipping is free, and B&H charges NY sales tax only: - 13″ 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB MacBook Air (MJVE2LL/A): $799, $200... Read more
Mac minis on sale for up to $100 off MSRP
B&H Photo has Mac minis on sale for up to $100 off MSRP including free shipping plus NY sales tax only: - 1.4GHz Mac mini: $449 $50 off MSRP - 2.6GHz Mac mini: $649 $50 off MSRP - 2.8GHz Mac mini... Read more

Jobs Board

*Apple* Retail - Multiple Positions (US) - A...
Job Description: Sales Specialist - Retail Customer Service and Sales Transform Apple Store visitors into loyal Apple customers. When customers enter the store, Read more
Restaurant Manager (Neighborhood Captain) - A...
…in every aspect of daily operation. WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT: You'll be the Big Apple . You'll solve problems. You'll get to show your ability to handle the stress and Read more
Automotive Sales Consultant - Apple Ford Linc...
…you. The best candidates are smart, technologically savvy and are customer focused. Apple Ford Lincoln Apple Valley is different, because: $30,000 annual salary Read more
Restaurant Manager (Neighborhood Captain) - A...
…in every aspect of daily operation. WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT: You'll be the Big Apple . You'll solve problems. You'll get to show your ability to handle the stress and Read more
Simply Mac *Apple* Specialist- Service Repa...
Simply Mac is the largest premier retailer of Apple products in the nation. In order to support our growing customer base, we are currently looking for a driven Read more
All contents are Copyright 1984-2011 by Xplain Corporation. All rights reserved. Theme designed by Icreon.