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Thursday May 11

04:05
Europe's top court advised to treat Uber like a...

Uber is a service that enables people to get from one place to another, but don't you dare call it a taxi company. That way lies a whole mess of burdensome regulations that the startup has fought tooth-and-nail to avoid. Unfortunately, Travis Kalanic...

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04:00
MenuMate is your ‘menu bar everywhere’

When I click the scroll-wheel button on my mouse (or use the keyboard shortcut I've assigned it, Control + z), a fabulous little app called MenuMate puts the entire menu bar for whichever application I’m currently using right beneath my mouse pointer.

Here’s what it looks like with Microsoft Word:

It’s a one-trick pony to be sure, but it’s a damn good trick, and it costs a mere $4.99 (for a single license for up to three computers).

So, if you've ever thought it takes too long to mouse over to the menu bar, or wished you could make the menu bar come to you, be sure and check out MenuMate.

This nugget of info is from my “Working Smarter for Mac Users” newsletter.  You can sign up for free and get free timesaving tips...

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04:00
UberEats has London's need for late-night munch...

We've all been there. You get home late, the local chippy has shut up shop for the night, and you're starving. In London, UberEats already has the hangover cure covered with the addition of breakfast deliveries earlier this year. Now, the service wan...

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03:48
Full-featured version of The Sims coming to iOS and...

Fans of The Sims got a taste of the simulation on iPhone and iPad from The Sims Freeplay back in 2011, but the freemium app fell a long way short of the full desktop experience. EA is promising to correct that in The Sims Mobile.

The developer says that the new mobile app will support all the features of the original PC game from 17 years ago …

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for May 11, 2017

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Magnin & Associates has brewed up Legendary Coffee Experience 1.0. The $2.99 app simulates working in a busy coffee store, including training and practice in busing tables, blending, roasting and grinding, taking orders, and filling those orders as accurately as possible. Players must develop these necessary steps, timing, and temperatures it takes to make excellent coffee.

macOS Apps/Updates

DEVONtechnologies has released version 3.9.6 of its internet search and research tool DEVONagent as well as...

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03:24
TSMC reportedly starts production of Apple A11 chip...

According to a new report from Digitimes, TSMC has officially begun production of the Apple A11 SoC, set to feature in the iPhone  8 later this year. The foundry apparently wanted to begin mass production in April but faced issues with yields. TSMC will be the sole supplier of A11 chips for the upcoming iPhone refresh.

The A11 chip is also expected to be included in the iPhone 7s spec bump phones, which will seemingly use the same chassis design as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, although this is not universally supported by the rumors.

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03:15
The Morning After: Thursday, May 11th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

It's Thursday, which in this case means we're prepping for the second day of Microsoft's Build 2017 conference, and it's one you probably won't want to miss. Take a look through Wednesday's highlights, then chec...

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03:00
IBM Watson adds voice commands to 'Star Trek:...

Ubisoft's Star Trek: Bridge Crew won't just put you in a VR starship when it finally launches. It'll also give you the power to interact with the virtual Starfleet crew with your voice. The company has teamed up with IBM to add Watson's interactive s...

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02:48
Apple invention details Siri integration with...




Apple in a patent application published Thursday details a method of integrating an intelligent virtual assistant -- Siri -- into a messaging environment, allowing users to participate in text-based exchanges with the AI, while opening up automation assets to traditional Messages conversations with friends.

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01:24
Russian blogger found guilty of playing '...

A Russian judge has found a Russian YouTuber guilty of inciting hatred for posting antireligious videos after he filmed himself playing Pokémon Go in a church. Ruslan Sokolovsky, a 22-year-old man from the Ural mountain city of Yekaterinburg (...

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00:01
Teams are abandoning 'Overwatch' before...

Yesterday, Blizzard announced that it had formed a dedicated eSports division within the company. It will operate under the name Major League Gaming, the organization bought by the studio in 2015, and run the official Overwatch League (OWL) and World...

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Wednesday May 10

22:31
Luxury fashion brands slowly embrace internet...

Luxury fashion brands have been notoriously reluctant to embrace the internet. While you can find their wares on third-party stores, you typically have to visit an old-fashioned retail store if you want to buy straight from the source. However, that'...

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21:00
Linksys jumps into the cable modem market and...

Cable companies can deliver very fast broadband service because the coaxial cable they use offers so much more bandwidth than the twisted-pair cable that DSL service relies on. And the cable companies will happily rent you the equipment you need, on top of the fee they charge you for internet service. But they can’t force you to use their equipment, so router manufacturers are building cable modems you can purchase. Linksys jumped into that market today with its CG7500, a two-in-one DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem/router.

Linksys

The Linksys CG7500 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem features a built-in 802.11ac Wi-Fi router.

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20:53
Verizon reportedly outbids AT&T for key 5G...

A month ago, AT&T announced it would acquire Straight Path Communications for $1.6 billion, specifically because Straight Path owns licenses to use high-frequency radio waves that will be crucial for the next generation of wireless technology. Ho...

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20:23
Switch players won't have to pay more for...

Back in March, fans of Nintendo's latest console and open-world puzzle adventure games got some tough news: Tequila Works' highly anticipated indie title Rime would cost extra and arrive later on the Switch. Luckily for cash-strapped players who want...

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19:45
Report: U.S. to expand carry-on laptop & tablet...

Back in March, the United States government enacted a new policy that prohibited tablets and laptops from being carried in cabin baggage on flights to the United States from eight countries. Now, it appears that the policy may be expanded to include all flights from Europe to the United States…

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19:29
'The Sims' find a new home on iOS and...

It's been 17 years since The Sims was first released on PC but finally (finally) the venerable social simulator is going mobile. EA announced on Wednesday that it is bringing its truest port of the game to date to Android and iOS.

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18:59
Hackintosh: AMD or Nvidia for Final Cut Pro X? [...

If you’re looking to build a Hackintosh that can serve as a competent Windows gaming rig on the side, then a build powered by an Nvidia GPU is a good choice. In our most recent Hackintosh build, we paired an Intel i7 6700k with Nvidia’s fastest gaming GPU, the 1080 Ti.

The results weren’t all that surprising. Performance was good in a macOS environment even when using Nvidia’s beta web drivers. Performance was a lot better, though, in a Windows environment, where Pascal GPUs can really thrive.

If you’re interested in building a Hackintosh solely for video editing, however, then an Nvidia-powered GPU option might not be the best choice. Sure, Nvidia GPUs with their CUDA cores are generally superior for editing in an Adobe workflow,...

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18:44
Google buys the VR studio behind 'Job Simulator...

A month after Owlchemy Studios gifted the world with its Rick and Morty VR mini-experience, the developer revealed its own good news: It's been acquired by Google. Neither party hinted at what lies in store for Owlchemy going forward, but it's good n...

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18:25
Apple creates Giphy channel to advertise Apple Music...




In its latest attempt at social media marketing, Apple recently invited followers of its Apple Music Twitter account to view and share custom made GIFs of exclusive content like the upcoming Harry Styles documentary.

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18:09
New York joins the growing list of self-driving car...

The Empire State and its bustling metropolis are ready to get in on the autonomous vehicle party. According to an announcement from Governor Andrew Cuomo, the New York Department of Motor Vehicles is now taking applications from companies that wish t...

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17:25
Uber now allows you to save custom locations other...

Rolling out today, Uber is making it easier for you to remember destinations other than your home and work addresses with Saved Places. Whether you visit a particular friend or relative’s house, restaurant, or even a park fairly often, it can get annoying trying to remember the exact address when hailing an Uber. Now, these saved locations can be saved as a shortcut…

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16:01
Apple plans major expansions at Arizona and Nevada...




Apple is looking to bolster its services backend with major expansions at existing data centers in Arizona and Nevada, including a $1 billion investment that doubles its commitment to a Reno Technology Park facility.

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15:47
Apple announces $1 billion expansion of Reno data...

Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple was planning an expansion of its Reno data center, with the company awaiting city approval. Today, the Reno City Council officially approved Apple’s proposal for a $1 billion expansion…

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15:20
Snap misses expectations with Q1 2017 earnings,...

Back in February, Snapchat parent company Snap Inc filed for a $3 billion initial public offering and today, the company has reported its earnings for the first quarter of 2017. The numbers, as you can tell from the company’s stock plunge, were considerably less than initial Wall Street estimates…

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15:06
Why Apple won't ditch Lightning for USB-C on...




Despite some advantages for USB-C over Lightning, Apple is likely to stick with its own protocol for the foreseeable future. AppleInsider takes a closer look at some of the factors behind retention of Lightning, as well as areas where it has a leg up on USB-C.

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14:43
AWT News Update: May 10, 2017

Image from WeberHaus via worldofliving.de

Kind of a slow news day in Apple land today -- with the exception of the rumor mills -- but we have a few stories for today's podcast:

  • A European homebuilder is added to the list of homebuilders offering turnkey HomeKit support for new home buyers
  • Google's iOS app and mobile search results can now give users ideas of events to go to in order to stay properly entertained
  • Readdle's PDF Expert 6 for iOS is released, with a lot of new and time-saving features

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

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14:30
Review: Hidrate Spark 2.0 Smart Water Bottle

Hidrate's new Spark 2.0 is another new smart water bottle that promises to keep track of your water intake through a companion iPhone app, as well as reminding you to stay hydrated throughout the day. While the smart bottle concept isn't entirely new — we reviewed Thermos' Connected Hydration Bottle last year — Hidrate has done some interesting and unique things with its smart bottle that warrant a closer look and serve to make it at least slightly more appealing than the other options we've seen. {/exp:char_limit}

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14:14
4 Things to Consider Before Enabling iCloud Photo...

If you’ve been thinking about turning on iCloud Photo Library so you can access all your photos from any Apple device, Mike Matthews has a few suggestions for things to consider beforehand.

 

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14:01
Apple Music begins promoting exclusive content…as...

Did you know Apple has its own official Giphy account? It does and its page is filled with custom GIFs from Apple ads, exclusive content, and music documentaries. The only question remaining is…why?

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12:56
Amazon Adds Show to Echo's Tell


Echo isn't just for sound anymore. Amazon on Tuesday announced Echo Show, a new version of its popular smart speaker that comes with a 7-inch color touchscreen, 5-inch front-facing camera and dual 2-inch Dolby speakers. The unit is priced at $230 -- or two for $330 -- and will start shipping June 28. With its screen, it can show YouTube videos, access home security cameras, display photos and scroll lyrics as you listen to songs from streaming services like Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and others.

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12:42
Bloomberg updates Apple TV app with new UI, live...




Business news service Bloomberg on Wednesday launched an updated app for the fourth-generation Apple TV, with a slate of features such as a live data dashboard echoing its onscreen shows.

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12:29
Review: The Amazing Hover Camera Passport

There are literally hundreds…if not thousands…of drones available for those who want to capture images taken from the air. The Hover Camera Passport (US$499.95) is something different; think of it as a camera that it happens to fly autonomously or under your control rather than a "normal" drone.

I was enthralled by this little drone when it first appeared as a self-crowdfunded pre-order item last fall. Apparently I wasn’t the only person who was excited about this device; it quickly went into production and is now sold exclusively at Apple stores. In fact, some Apple retail outlets are actually doing in-store demos of the Hover Camera Passport, as it’s safe to fly it indoors.

Let’s get some misconceptions out of the way. First, this is not competition to “semi-pro” drones like the DJI Mavic Pro or similar devices. It’s made to be a small and very safe aerial camera with limited...

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12:20
Everything Microsoft announced at its Build...

Axios provided a list of highlights from the conference.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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12:09
Google search results will cure your boredom with a...

We all know Google search is the best way to find news, concert clips, and funny cat GIFs, but when it comes to local happenings, it can be hit or miss. But a new feature baked into Google’s search tools on your phone is designed to fill up your social calendar.

In the latest update to the Google app on Android and iOS (as well as anywhere else you can find a search bar on your phone), you should begin seeing a new interface for local events. For example, when you search for “concerts this weekend” you’ll see a new Events tab at the top of your search results.

You’ll be able to quickly view events happening today, tomorrow, or next week, all presented in a calendar-style view that lets you easily see the date, time, and location. Tapping “more events” will expand the view to see additional dates, and you can tap again for more details or to buy tickets.

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12:03
Here’s what pros want from Apple’s new modular Mac...

Last time I asked the Hackintosh community what they want to see in Apple’s pre-announced modular Mac Pro to find out what could win back the pros that have abandoned Apple’s hardware. This time I’ve asked the pros– iOS and Mac developers, photographers, audio engineers, animators and more– what they want from the promise of a modular Mac for pros, along with the display Apple also announced it’s working on.

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11:41
Google helps you find something to do with data from...




Both Google's iOS application and mobile web search results are being updated to offer event data from services like Meetup and Eventbrite, making it easier for users to find something going on in their neighborhood.

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11:11
Google Search adds ‘Events’ view to find and filter...

Google Search on mobile is adding a new view that better surfaces and summarizes events from sites like Eventbrite and Ticketmaster. Available on iOS, users will now be able to filter based on location and other factors.

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10:37
Readdle launches PDF Expert 6 for iOS w/ new design...

Readdle is out with a new version of its PDF Expert for iOS that includes a new design and editing features. PDF Expert 6 for iPhone and iPad features new editing capabilities, a streamlined design, improved cloud sync, password protection, and more. Check out the full release notes below:

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10:17
The narrator of HGTV’s “House Hunters” is ready to...

Want to talk about guilty pleasures of trash tv watching? This is mine. I watch every episode of House Hunters International (yes, I know the show is staged), although not such a fan of the other shows.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:14
Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2017 for macOS

Developers, take note: Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2017 for Mac. It’s a new member of the Visual Studio family, enabling developers on macOS (10.11 and higher) to build apps for mobile, web, and cloud with Xamarin and .NET Core, as well as games with Unity.

Developers can use Visual Studio 2017 for Mac to develop apps for Android, macOS, iOS, tvOS, watchOS, web, and cloud. It allows users to code, debug, and diagnose. 

Visual Studio for Mac sports a full-featured source editor, code search and navigation, a powerful debugger, a customizable workspace, Git integration, and a rich extension system. Other features include: Roslyn-based C# IntelliSense, refactoring, analyzers, and code fixes; NuGet-based package management; Visual Studio compatible project format; MSBuild build engine; integrated unit testing; and support for F# out-of-the-box.

All of the core Visual Studio for Mac downloads are...

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10:12
Install the AT&T 'Call Protect' app on...




If you've had an iPhone for a very long time, there is a pretty decent chance that you're also still on AT&T -- and you get battered with spam phone calls. AT&T has an app to help deal with that, and AppleInsider has taken a look at it.

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10:00
First mobile PowerVR GPU w/ Furian VR/AR suitable...

Imagination Technologies, the company behind the PowerVR GPU tech seen in Apple’s AX chips, has announced the first chip based off of its new Furian architecture. The PowerVR Series8XT GT8525 introduces significant enhancements in mobile graphic performance. The very type of performance that could find a home in future devices that have a focus on AR/VR requirements…

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09:43
Apple tops Q1 2017 highest-selling smartphone list...

New data from Strategy Analytics shows that Apple’s iPhone 7 was the top-selling smartphone during the first quarter of 2017 despite a slight year-over-year drop in sales. While Apple doesn’t release iPhone sales by model, Strategy Analytics estimates that the iPhone 7 accounted for 6.1% of total smartphones shipped while the iPhone 7 Plus captured 4.9% of shipments.

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09:39
Microsoft launches finished Visual Studio for Mac...




Microsoft on Wednesday officially launched Visual Studio for Mac, bringing the development suite out of a months-long preview period.

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09:29
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 15-inch MacBook Pro w/ Touch...

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09:05
Back in stock! Apple AirPods ready to ship with free...




After selling out at AT&T Wireless this week, Verizon Wireless now has inventory of Apple AirPods with free 2-day shipping, beating Apple's 6-week wait.

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08:59
Apple's iPhone 7 was world's best-selling...




In a new report, Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus claimed the number one and two most sold smartphones, during the first calendar quarter of 2017.

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08:44
Opera 45 goes social with sidebars for Facebook...

The Opera browser is reborn thanks to the power of messaging. Opera (the company) recently announced that the latest version of its browser is adopting some messaging features from Neon, an experimental version of Opera. The new features include built-in support for Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and WhatsApp in Opera 45.

There’s nothing particularly special about Opera’s versions of the messaging programs. WhatsApp is just WhatsApp Web that everyone already uses, while clicking the Facebook Messenger takes you to Messenger.com.

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08:41
New EU laws could soften Apple's grip on App...




The European Commission is preparing new regulations that could reduce some of Apple's absolute control over the App Store, in light of the company's position as a "gatekeeper" for customers.

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08:20
Slashdot Asks: Which Tech Giant You Can't Live...

In this week's column of NYTimes, Farhad Manjoo writes about the five largest technology companies in the world: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and Alphabet, the parent company of Google. As he notes, these companies have become the most powerful firms of any kind, essentially inescapable for any consumer or business that wants to participate in the modern world. This brings us to two questions: 1. Of the five aforementioned companies, tell us one whose services you don't need for work and for personal use. (In short, the company that doesn't matter to you.) Here's a poll where you can cast your vote. 2. On the same note, which company's services and products you can't ditch (for work / personal use)?


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08:18
Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 for Mac...

Microsoft has officially released Visual Studio for Mac following an extended preview period for developers. The release corresponds with the kick off of Microsoft’s Build 2017 developer conference this week.

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08:14
Photosweeper 3 review: Sorts out the image...

I’ve used Photosweeper 3 to organize and/or delete thousands of photos. Well worth the $10.

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07:56
'iPhone 8' rendering pops up, based on CAD...




Prolific electronics leaker OnLeaks has posted a rendered video of the "iPhone 8" that was crafted off of an alleged CAD schematic of the casing of the phone.

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07:55
Watch Microsoft's Build 2017 opening keynote...

Microsoft's Build 2017 conference is kicking off today in Seattle, and the company's CEO Satya Nadella will be taking the stage during the opening keynote. We expect there will be lots of talk of Windows 10, Cortana and, who knows, maybe we'll get a...

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07:25
The ‘iPhone 8’ will have to displace the iPhone 6S...

According to ScientiaMobile, the upcoming “iPhone 8” will have to displace the iPhone 6s to become the world’s most used smartphone. The research group’s “Mobile Overview Report (MOVR)” notes that the iPhone 6S was the most used smartphone model in the world despite the iPhone 7 launch in September 2016.

According to ScientiaMobile, the iPhone 6S became the most used in February 2017 and is now at almost 8% of all global smartphone browsing. In comparison, the iPhone 6 peaked in popularity a year earlier, February 2016, at 14.6%, 488 days after launch. 

Today the iPhone 6S usage continues to grow despite the iPhone 7 launch. The iPhone 7 user-base is still on an upward trajectory, ending March at 3.6%, earning third place among iPhones. Given the size of the iPhone 6 user-base, “the upgrade potential for the iPhone 7 and 8 is significant if Apple can retain customers,” says ScientiaMobile.

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07:24
Purported ‘2017’ iPhone leak hints at Ion-X back...

The iPhone 8 has been rumored to have a front and back glass design for a while, and now new images have surfaced the may show the glass used on the rear casing for a ‘2017’ iPhone. If the leak is accurate, the glass material could be the same as some Apple Watch models.

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07:22
Microsoft didn't make Xbox One's first...

In an age where technology is becoming increasingly wireless, it's baffling that Xbox One headsets still require either a transmitter or lengthy wires in order to work. Thankfully, LucidSound's latest is about to change that. Connecting directly to X...

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07:14
The iPhone 7 was the best selling smartphone in the...

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, the iPhone 7 was the world’s best-selling smartphone model in the first quarter of 2017. The research group estimates that Apple shipped 21.5 million units and captured 6% marketshare worldwide in the first quarter (Q1) of 2017.

“The iPhone 7 is by far the world’s most popular smartphone model, due to a compelling blend of user-friendly design, extensive supporting apps, and widespread retail availability for the device,” says Juha Winter, senior analyst at Strategy Analytics. “The iPhone 7 Plus, with its bigger screen and higher pricing, shipped 17.4 million units for second place and 5% marketshare worldwide in Q1 2017. Apple today accounts for two of the world’s top five smartphone models.”

Strategy Analytics says global smartphone shipments reached 353.3 million units in Q1 2017. Samsung managed to get two models in the top five during Q1 2017. The Galaxy J3 captured 2% global smartphone marketshare and...

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07:00
MIT teaches machines to learn from each other

There are two typical ways to train a robot today: you can have it watch repeated demonstrations of what you want it to do or you can program its movements directly using motion-planning techniques. But a team of researchers from MIT's CSAIL lab have...

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06:59
New case listing hints at a 10.5-inch iPad Pro intro...

Urban Armor Gear appears to be preparing a case for the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro. A stock system at an Apple Authorized Reseller shared with 9to5Mac shows a UAG Metropolis Folio Case “for iPad 10.5-inch” in three color combinations, with availability listed as June 2017. So we may see a new model iPad Pro introduced at next month’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference.

A 10.5-inch iPad is expected to target education and business sectors. The beauty of the new size of Apple tablet (if it’s a reality) is that it’s the same size as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro but with a resolution of 2,024-by-1,668 (compared to the current 2,048-by-1,536) because of a smaller bezel. This works well for Apple because it means 9.5-inch iPad Pro accessories like the Smart Keyboard can be used with 10.5-inch version.

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06:48
Mafia 3 blasts onto the Mac tomorrow

By Ric Molina of MacGamer

Aspyr has confirmed the final release date for Mafia 3’s Mac version. It’s coming tomorrow, May 11, and it will support Apple’s Metal API (application programming interface).

Metal is a core graphics technology that gives apps near-direct access to the GPU [graphics processing unit]. This means faster and more efficient rendering performance across the system. Metal bypasses the OpenGL framework — which on macOS is slooow, dragging high-end Mac apps and games down in comparison to their Windows counterparts. Apple must ensure that Metal doesn't lose its momentum.

Here's how Mafia 3 is described: “It’s 1968 and after years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn’t who you’re born with, it’s who you die for.

“Now back home in New Bordeaux, Lincoln is set...

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06:46
Questionable case leak may point to Ion-X glass on...




An image leaked on Wednesday appears to depict rear shells for an upcoming iPhone, using Ion-X glass -- the same material found in the displays of non-sapphire Apple Watches.

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06:40
A single autonomous car could greatly reduce man-...

Traffic. We all hate it, but what can honestly be done to significantly reduce it? Well, according to an experiment conducted by the university of Illinois, simply introducing a few self-driving cars to roads could be the answer. Conducting experimen...

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06:22
Uber faces lawsuit for failing on disabled...

Uber has yet another problem to deal with: it's been slapped with a lawsuit for not making its services more available to people with disabilities. A couple of wheelchair users from Jackson, Mississippi have filed the lawsuit, accusing Uber of violat...

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06:10
Chinese premier visits Foxconn, suggests Apple...




China Premier Li Keqiang visited a Foxconn production center, and reportedly told the Apple partner's CEO to set up its "whole industrial chain" in China, rather than expanding further into other countries like the U.S.

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06:10
UK watchdog accidentally creates pager monopoly it...

True story: Vodafone still runs a pager service, decades after the old-school equivalent of pop-up notifications fell out of fashion. And it's not even the only the company supporting this ancient tech, which is still used by a few businesses, doctor...

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06:08
Apple Support 1.1 lets you schedule repair...

In an update to its free Apple Support app for iOS Apple activated a new feature that lets users schedule repair appointments at participating Apple Authorized Service Providers. You can now schedule device repairs at Authorized Service Providers, not just Apple store Genius Bars. 

Apple Support 1.1 also lest you make Genius Bar recommendations at Apple retail stores in China, Hong Kong, Macao, Turkey and United Arab Emigrats. It also offers a simplified authentication process and the ability to filter locations by mobile carrier.

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06:08
Apple buys Beddit, a sleep-tracking company with...

Enlarge (credit: Beddit)

Apple may be looking to integrate own sleep-tracking features to its product lineup sooner rather than later. According to a report by CNBC, Apple acquired the sleep tracking company Beddit. Beddit's website confirms the acquisition on its Privacy Policy page, which was last edited May 8, 2017: "Beddit has been acquired by Apple. Your personal data will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Apple Privacy Policy." No financial details of the acquisition have been made public yet.

Beddit makes both sleep-tracking hardware and software and already has an existing Apple Watch app...

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06:05
∞ Mark Knopfler on learning how to play the guitar

No matter your level of interest in the guitar, no matter how well you can play, if at all, this is so worth watching.

Mark Knopfler, best known as the singer, lead guitarist and songwriter for Dire Straits (Sultans of Swing, many others), talks about learning to play the guitar. He starts with the most basic of techniques, then slowly folds in the moves that took him places.

This is a piece from last years excellent Soundbreaking documentary. Take a few minutes to watch a true master sharing his craft.

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06:00
Daily Deal! Use MarginNote Pro for Mac to commit new...

Lifelong learners know how helpful it can be to write outlines of new material as it is presented, then use mindmaps to link it all together. Margin Note is available with this deal for just $24.99, 50% off the normal $49.99 Mac App Store price tag, and it's just the tool you need to commit new knowledge to memory.

What can MarginNote do for you? It lets you:

  • Highlight & annotate passages w/ ease
  • Take notes directly into the margins & embed notes on EPUBs
  • Create hybrid notes, including voice, handwriting, picture, hashtags, & web content
  • Outline & mindmap books & study materials in one view & organize your notes' hierarchy w/ finger gestures
  • Organize your study resources into Logical or...
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06:00
Meet Hive, an all-new DIY smart home subscription...

The Brits want a piece of the U.S. smart home market, and they’re investing nearly $650 million to get it.

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06:00
PBS Kids releases baby's first HDMI dongle

With the recent arrival of YouTube TV and Hulu Live, it's clear that cord-cutting is here to stay. Not only is content readily available without a cable subscription, you can watch it on your big screen TV thanks to the proliferation of streaming set...

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06:00
The ShapeScale 3D scanner can color-code your body...

I am trying to get in shape. I work out regularly and have been eating better. But still, whenever I step on my Fitbit Aria scale, my weight or body fat percentage don't seem to have budged much. It's frustrating, even when it seems that certain part...

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06:00
The ShapeScale 3D body scanner shows exactly where...

You may not want to buy the ShapeScale 3D body scanner unless you’re comfortable in your own skin. Using infrared depth sensors and a high-res camera, ShapeScale can create an amazingly accurate 3D image of your physique, from your bulging biceps to corpulent love handles. It’s now available for pre-order on the ShapeScale website for $499, and rest assured it’s been created for good, not evil.

Sure, the technology will give you an exacting view of all your fleshy flaws. It will also create a high-res 3D image of your butt. Unless you’re an Australian Instagram star, you may not have a lot of experience with, well… studying what's on the other side. So just know belfies are in the program.

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05:58
Can you read people’s emotions? A quiz.

This quiz from a few years ago has been making the rounds. In a nutshell, take a look at these cropped faces, try to identify the emotion shown. It’s all multiple choice, 36 in all, goes pretty quickly.

I generally found that if a particular face brought up an instinct, that first instinct was the correct answer. Enjoy.

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05:45
I got rejected by Apple Music — So I redesigned it…

Visual designer and Northwestern University student Jason Yuan:

Earlier this year I applied and interviewed for a graphic design internship at Apple Music (an opportunity of a lifetime), and was turned down with a very kind letter stating that although they liked my work, they wanted to see more growth and training.

Jason’s solution? Redesign Apple Music:

What you’ll find below is a case study offering potential solutions to address some of Apple Music’s problems, as well as ideas for future development. My process was guided by qualitative user research, Apple’s official Design Principles, and my own designer intuition.

To me, there’s always value in a project like this, value in identifying flaws in an existing design, as well as in prototyping fresh design approaches. Feedback like this is a gift to the Apple Music team. Hope someone there takes a look.

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05:33
The Fifth Avenue Apple Cube has vanished

Gothamist:

The famed Fifth Avenue glass Apple Cube is no more, at least for the foreseeable future. Though the cube existed just yesterday, this morning tipster Josh Weiner spotted a gaping chasm by the GM Building where the monument to interminable lines for the Genius Bar once stood.

And:

Apple apparently spent $2 million to take down the cube to help facilitate its massive expansion at the 767 Fifth Avenue space—the store plans to swell from 32,000 to 77,000 square feet in order to accommodate more tourists and their unending questions about iPads. Apple has temporarily taken up residence at the former FAO Schwarz space inside the GM Building, so instead of being full of expensive toys for children, it is now full of expensive toys for adults, and also children.

Click to the page, check out the picture of the Apple Cube deconstruction from above. Note the caption. Nice.

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05:31
Latest Kantar data shows why India is so important...

India may be a small market for Apple right now, but the latest Kantar data shows why the company is placing such an emphasis on the country. While worldwide smartphone growth is just 3%, smartphone penetration in India grew by 16% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2017.

Purchase intention also shows great prospects for Apple …

more…

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05:30
MacStadium, a Mac hosting company, announces growth...

MacStadium, a Mac hosting authority and only provider of Mac Pro private cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (“IaaS”), has received a growth equity investment led by Summit Partners, with participation from Noro-Moseley Partners. 

The company will use the funding “to continue product and service innovation, expand its leading market position and build brand awareness,” says CEO Gregory McGraw. Founded in 2012, MacStadium leverages its proprietary, patented platform and dedicated servers to provide hosted cloud solutions to software developers in over 50 countries around the world. 

With operations in Atlanta, Georgia, Las Vegas, Nevada and Dublin, Ireland, the company has deployed more than 10,000 Mac minis and Mac Pros and serves more than 2,500 customers. In 2016, MacStadium was #44 on the Inc. 5000 List and was recognized at #20 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List for North America.

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05:26
Apple acquires sleep tracking company Beddit

CNBC:

Sleep-tracking is an intriguing potential health application for the Apple Watch, as it explores new use-cases in the health and wellness market. An estimated 50 to 70 million US adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders, according to the CDC.

The company brought on sleep researcher Rob Raymann to its health team more than three years ago, according to LinkedIn.

From the Beddit privacy policy page:

Beddit has been acquired by Apple. Your personal data will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Apple Privacy Policy.

Interesting acquisition for Apple. It’ll be interesting to see how they incorporate the device and the data collected into the ecosystem.

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05:15
Apple Support app updated to 1.1, adds new...

This could come in handy.

Apple has just released version 1.1 of its Apple Support app, the new version allowing users to schedule device repairs at Authorized Service Providers, not just Apple store Genius Bars. The integration greatly increases the number of service locations available to customers and is a welcome addition for users living in rural areas where the nearest Apple store might be hours away.

Such a change brings the app more in line with Apple’s web site, which began displays authorized repair providers as of December. The app offers users a list of repair venues that can be sorted by location, distance and available appointment. The scheduling process is identical to reserving a spot at the Genius Bar, with authorized facilities presenting open dates and times which can then selected by the customer.

In addition to the scheduling system modification, the app now supports Genius Bar reservations at Apple retail locations in China, Hong Kong,...

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05:03
Design student imagines really cool new approach to...

A design student whose work was praised by Apple as the company turned him down for an internship decided to take the feedback to heart. When Apple told Northwestern Uni student Jason Yuan they wanted to see more growth and training, he decided to work on this by redesigning the iOS Apple Music app.

The project began with qualitative research – talking to users in depth about their approach to music and their experience of the app – and led to what proved to be a key insight …

more…

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05:01
Opera's new browser comes with WhatsApp and...

Thanks to add-ons and extensions, modern browsers are capable of much more than just accessing websites. However, unless you know what you're looking for, finding useful tools isn't necessarily easy. Instead of relying solely on its extension marketp...

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05:00
Apple quietly acquires Beddit, may be looking to...

Sometimes Apple makes small-but-cool acquisitions.

Apple has snagged popular iOS sleep tracking platform and hardware maker Beddit. While specific details of the acquisition are unclear at this point, Beddit has updated the privacy policy on its website to announce the acquisition and note of a privacy policy change.

The Beddit iOS app’s description was altered on the App Store today to reflect that change in personal data collection policy that comes as part of the Apple acquisition.

Reddit offered the following change in description:

“Beddit has been acquired by Apple. Your personal data will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Apple Privacy Policy.”

Beddit also sells sleep tracking hardware such as its Beddit 3 Sleep Monitor, which is placed underneath a bed sheet for more accurate sleep tracking. The product is sold via Apple’s online store.

Apple has pursued sleep tracking as a feature for a while now. Since the...

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05:00
The W3 Stand for Apple Watch practical, fun and...

Talk about your Mac mini. With the $16 W3 Stand for Apple Watch, you can turn your Apple smartwatch into the world’s smallest Mac. Well, not really, but the combo does offer that illusion. 

The W3 Stand is a silicone smartwatch stand that makes the Apple Watch resemblea miniature Macintosh; it’s even equipped with a floppy drive cutout. The Elago device is compatible with all Apple Watch series running watchOS 2 or higher.

The charging puck for the smartwatch slips into a recessed circular hole in the stand, and the cable tucks underneath. Then slid in the Apple Watch. The straps can be connected around the back of the stand to make the set-up look even more Mac-like.

Place your smartwatch on the stand to charge your watch. Sit it near your bed to easily access functions such as alarm clocks and messages. Plus, the W3 Stand conveniently supports Nightstand mode. Heck, the mode's green coloring...

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04:30
EU planning a new law addressing ‘unfair contractual...

The European Union is planning a new law to address what it describes as ‘unfair contractual clauses’ following a complaint by Spotify, Deezer and others.

While Apple was not specifically named in the complaint, Spotify considers it unfair that Apple takes a 15% cut of in-app subscription purchases, arguing that this makes it less competitive against Apple Music

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04:30
Keyboard shortcuts are faster than reaching for the...

This is another skill I recommended in the first chapter of Dr. Macintosh (1989) and still recommend to this day. That skill is reducing your dependence on the mouse. 

Many of the things you do with your mouse can be done faster and easier with a keyboard shortcut.If you’re not familiar with keyboard shortcuts, look in just bout any menu in almost any application and you’ll see some. Take the Finder’s Edit menu, for example:

Memorize these keyboard shortcuts or at least memorize the ones for Cut, Copy, Paste, and Select All... 

I can’t remember the last time I opened this menu to use any of its commands. They’re so important and I use them so often, their keyboard shortcuts are embedded in my muscle memory. It would behoove you to memorize them all (or at least the four in the middle: Cut, Copy, Paste, and Select All).

Here’s another useful example: Instead of selecting the Icon, List, Column or Cover Flow view from the View menu, try using...

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04:15
I tested Gogo’s in-flight Wi-Fi of the future and...

I hate paying for in-flight Wi-Fi. I use its terrible quality and high price as excuses to disconnect from the world and take a nap. But Gogo is about to ruin my life with its upgraded Wi-Fi, rolling out to airlines later this year.

I tested Gogo’s next-gen 2Ku internet system in its Airborne Test Lab, a Boeing 737-500 that flew a couple dozen journalists around Newark Liberty International Airport Tuesday afternoon. The lab environment combined Gogo’s upgraded modem with capacity from Intelsat’s high-throughput satellites, which aim to deliver up to 100 Mbps per airplane. On a mostly empty plane cruising at 30,000 feet, I was getting anywhere from 20-50 Mbps download speeds on every device I brought with me: a MacBook Air, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and iPhone 7 Plus. This will likely never happen to me again—both sitting in a seat with extra legroom on a Boeing 737 and the ultra-fast download speeds—and it was glorious.

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04:15
The new Nokia 3310 launches in the UK on May 24th

The reborn Nokia 3310 is almost upon us. The pint-sized handset, developed by Finnish startup HMD Global, will be available in the UK from May 24th for £49.99 unlocked. For many, that's impulse purchase territory -- which is fitting, given it's...

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04:03
Urban Armor Gear prepping case for 10.5-inch iPad...

Case manufacturer Urban Armor Gear appears to be preparing a case for the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro. A stock system at an Apple Authorized Reseller shared with 9to5Mac shows a UAG Metropolis Folio Case ‘for iPad 10.5-inch’ in three color combinations, with availability listed as June 2017 …

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04:01
CBS deal makes it easier to get local TV via...

The rapid decline in cable subscribers is killing local TV stations that provide regional news and other programming to viewers in small markets. Now, CBS has struck a deal with its affiliate board that will get live streams from stations like WCBS-T...

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04:00
Apple patent involves simplified audio navigation...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,644,983) for “simplified audio navigation instructions” that hints at future features for its Maps app for macOS and iOS and perhaps tweaks to CarPlay.

Compatible with the iPhone 5 and later models, CarPlay provides a simplified way to use your iPhone interface on a car’s touch screen, giving users access to Siri voice controls, as well as Apple Maps, Apple Music, Phone, Messages, and a variety of third party apps.

According to Apple’s patent, a mobile device can be configured to provide simplified audio navigation instructions that can provide a reduced set of audio navigation instructions so that the audio instructions are only presented to the user when the user wishes to or needs to hear the instructions. 

You can enable the simplified audio navigation instructions or they can be enabled automatically. The instructions can be configured with rules for when to present audio navigation instructions. For example, the...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for May 10, 2017

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Vidih is a new service that empowers iPod, iPad and iPhone users to record and live stream anything on their device to Twitch, YouTube and Facebook Live, complete with microphone audio for easy, real-time narration. It was developed to work within Apple's strict requirements, so users never break a single iOS rule by using Vidih.

macOS Apps/Updates

I2E Consulting has announced Project Planning Pro 2.7.6, an update to their project and task management app for macOS. The app is designed to offer complete project mobility, and is available on macOS...

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03:00
The Morning After: Wednesday, May 10th 2017

Welcome to your midweek. How's it gone so far? Microsoft's big annual conference kicks off today, and we've sniffed out what you can expect. We also get the full reveal of Amazon's Echo-with-a-screen. It's not pretty, but it does sound pretty smart.

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01:40
The Senate has finished encrypting all its websites

Google would approve of the Senate's latest security move: according to ZDNet, it has just finished encrypting its main website and all its Senators' pages. You'll now see a small lock in their address bars when you visit, along with the HTTPS protoc...

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00:20
Thwart purse-snatchers with this hidden smoke and...

For anyone worrying a thief might steal their handbag and disappear, Malaysian sportswear company Ash Be Nimble has a new preventative measure. Its Handbag Dyetonator is a small accessory that spews smoke and splashes the offender in ink, marking the...

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23:08
Baidu AI helps parents find their abducted son 27...

Facial recognition tech has loads of application other than the creepy ones that put your privacy at risk. In China, for instance, it has helped a couple find their son 27 years after he was abducted. Fu Gui thought it was strange that he only had va...

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22:06
Slack predictably rejects a bot made for flirting at...

Dating app Feeld released a Slack plug-in enabling coworkers to express mutual affection for each other, and a few days later, Slack has revealed it doesn't make the cut. Feeld founder Dimo Trifonov told The Atlantic he's been informed the app will n...

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20:56
'Secret World Legends' arrives on Steam on...

The Secret World's mix of supernatural horror and real world settings made it a cult hit with MMO fans, but the game's developers are now gearing up to bring even more players into fold on the game's 10-year anniversary. The rebooted, free-to-play "s...

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