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Sunday January 17

15:14
Windows Phone's keyboard is coming to your...

Ask Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile fans about their favorite interface features and they may point to the Word Flow keyboard -- that combination of swiping, word correction and overall feel is hard to replicate. Well, you might not have to pick...

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11:22
The 7 worst ad campaigns of 2015

Venturebeat:

It’s always been important for advertisers and content creators to consider their target audience when developing an ad campaign. In the past year, however, we have seen a slew of ad campaigns that seem to have skipped over this essential, yet obvious, standard. Perhaps advertisers forget that unless they carefully understand and represent their audience’s values, they’ll get bombarded with aggressive tweets, posts, pins, and shares, calling them cold, insensitive, and downright ignorant.

These kinds of campaigns can easily be avoided if advertisers learn to engage better with their consumers so that they truly grasp their audience’s character.

That said, here are seven ad campaigns that just plain failed in 2015.

As much as many of us, myself included, hate most of the advertising we see, a good campaign can really capture our attention. Sadly, so can a bad one. These campaigns make you wonder how the hell they managed to make it out into...

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10:00
Apple “investigating” inaccurate battery percentage...

(credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple is investigating a bug in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus that may cause the battery percentage level to be displayed incorrectly. More specifically, the percentage level on affected phones "won't update," which could lead users to assume their batteries are more charged than they actually are.

Apple's support document says the bug occurs when users manually set a new time zone or when their time zone changes automatically as they travel. The recommended fix for now is to restart your phone and to check that your iPhone's clock sets itself automatically (go to Settings > General > Date & Time to check).

This sounds like the kind of problem that can be fixed in a software update—Apple has a minor iOS 9.2.1 update and a...

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09:28
Microsoft developing iPhone version of its Swype-...

Microsoft appears to be planning to port its Windows Phone keyboard called Word Flow to the iPhone as a third-party keyboard, according to WinBeta. The company is currently reaching out to enlisted software testers to recruit iOS users with iPhone 5s or later to test the Windows Phone keyboard.

Word Flow works similarly to gesture-based third-party keyboards like Swype, which let you trace your finger across letters to suggest words for quick typing. The keyboard also supports traditional typing in the same interface. Emoji characters are even recommended when typing words so ‘dog’ might show the dog emoji when typing the word out.

This is how typing with Word Flow looks on Windows Phone minus gesture typing :

Microsoft is...

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09:00
Ex-Jailbreakers now working to secure iOS for...


For nearly half a decade, teams of hackers and programmers have worked tirelessly to crack Apple’s iOS software code in order to inject new features, themes, and applications. Now, a team led by noted former jailbreak developers Will Strafach, otherwise known as “Chronic”, and Joshua Hill, known as P0sixninja, is working to secure Apple’s mobile platform. The duo, along with a list of unnamed former jailbreak developers, has been working on a new comprehensive platform to secure iOS devices for both enterprises and consumers. Strafach provided us with a preview of the platform known as “Apollo,” the first security product from his new...

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09:00
Apple axes free iTunes Radio service, directs...

Eddy Cue announces iTunes Radio at WWDC 2013. (credit: Clint Ecker)

In an e-mail sent to users late Friday, Apple announced that it would be shutting down its ad-free iTunes Radio streaming service on January 28. Those who enjoyed the Pandora-like feature are instead being directed to Beats 1, the live radio station that Apple launched alongside Apple Music last year. Apple Music subscribers can continue to create iTunes Radio-like stations based on artists or songs, but they'll need to pay the standard $9.99-per-month membership fee to do so.

iTunes Match users will apparently be losing their ad-free version of iTunes Radio, too. The message to users of that service is clear:...

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03:56
Pluto probe sends back photos of possible ice volcano

The New Horizons spacecraft might already be heading for a Kuiper belt object farther than Pluto, but it continues to give us a closer view of the dwarf planet. Some of the latest photos it sent back taken during the probe's closest flyby in July 201...

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Saturday January 16

23:21
Penthouse drops print magazines to deal with...

Internet porn just claimed another casualty. Penthouse has announced that it's dropping its print magazine after 51 years of publication -- from an unspecified point in the future, you'll have to go online to get those articles and racy photos (okay,...

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20:11
Microsoft bundles 1TB Xbox One with 'Tom Clancy...

Maybe you've been holding out on getting an Xbox One all this time because your subconscious has been waiting for this bundle. Whatever your reason is, this package is worth checking out if you've been looking to get both a 1TB version of the console...

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18:34
The first 'Doom' gets a new map from co-...

John Romero is virtually synonymous with Doom as one of its key developers, but he never made a map for it after 1995. Quake, and eventually his other studios, took over after that. However, he's finally coming home to roost: Romero has released an...

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17:46
watchOS 2.2 adds Nearby search to Maps for Apple...

The Maps app for the Apple Watch is set to receive a useful upgrade with new features with the upcoming watchOS 2.2 release. Currently in beta, the upcoming software update adds the Nearby search features in Apple Maps as well as quick navigation buttons for travel directions to home and work addresses.

In the current watchOS version, the Maps application launches to a view of your current location, then pressing the display firmly reveals buttons to access contact addresses, search, and toggling between transit and standard directions.

Starting with watchOS 2.2, Maps on Apple Watch has a whole new layer of actions. Just like Google Maps for Apple Watch, Apple’s Maps app now includes shortcuts to...

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17:23
Apple promises fix for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus not...

In a new support document, Apple has acknowledged a problem in which an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus may not show the right battery percentage as power drains.

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17:02
Microsoft HoloLens can talk to just about any device

As much as Microsoft has been willing to show of HoloLens, it has been surprisingly shy on some basic details. What devices work with the augmented reality headset? How long can you use it? How immersive will it really be? Thankfully, you just g...

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16:32
What to do if you iPhone 6s/6s Plus’ battery...

If you change the time on your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus manually or change time zones when traveling, you might notice that the battery percentage doesn't update. If this is happening with you, follow these steps:

  • Restart your iPhone.
  • Go to Settings > General > Date & Time and make sure that Set Automatically is turned on. Learn more about the date and time on your device.

If this happens again and you didn't change the time or time zone on your device, contact Apple Support.

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15:32
Iran shuts down most of its nuclear program

Iran promised to shut down the majority of its nuclear program in return for an end to stiff economic sanctions, and it's making good on its word. International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors have confirmed that Iran is meeting its end of a 2015 dea...

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14:00
Video: Interview with Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn

From the Autoblog booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Patrick McIntyre interviews Renault-Nissan Chairman, President and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Topics include autonomous driving and Nissan's Titan Warrior concept at NAIAS 2016.

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13:47
Apple acknowledges issue causing battery percentage...

After a plethora of complaints, Apple this week has posted a new support document acknowledging an issue with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that causes the battery percentage indicator in the status bar not to update as the battery itself drains. This means that the battery percentage icon could display that you have much more battery life left than you actually do.

In the support document, Apple addresses the issue and ensures iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users that it is working on a fix. Weirdly, the company says the issue is caused by time zone changes, whether done manually or automatically while traveling (via ...

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13:06
Review: RHA T20 are some of the finest-made...

For a while, Scotland-based audio company RHA was known primarily for delivering audiophile-grade sound in affordable earphones. With the T20, that’s not exactly how they played it. In fact, this set of headphones is not anywhere near cheap enough to be classed as an affordable pair, but I still feel that in terms of design, audio and versatility, they comfortably give you your money’s worth. That’s despite the fact they’d set you back $240/£180 if you decided to splurge on them…

On the design front, RHA has gone all-out with the T20 to make a headphone that both looks and feels like a high-end product....

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12:29
Amazon Echo can read your Kindle books aloud on...

You don't even need to lift a finger when you're done playing Jeopardy! on Amazon Echo and want to relax with a book. Simply say "Alexa, read [Kindle book title]," and the voice assistant will start narrating almost anything you purchased from the Ki...

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11:00
Blue's Lola headphones nix features in favor of...

When it comes to headphones, comfort is at the top of my list of demands. It even edges out sound quality. Blue's Mo-Fi headphones were announced last year, and while they offered great sound, a built-in amp added an uncomfortable amount of bulk. Tha...

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10:35
Apple drops free iTunes Radio, bundles it into Apple...

iTunes Radio’s time as a free, ad-supported service is coming to an end. According to BuzzFeed, Apple will discontinue the free version of its Internet radio service and move it behind the Apple Music paywall starting in late January.

“As a listener of ad-supported radio on Apple Music, we want you to know it’s being discontinued starting January 28th,” Apple said in an email to iTunes Radio users (via Rob Griffiths on Twitter). Beats 1 will remain free to listen to, even without an Apple Music subscription, according to the email.

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10:00
First look: OS X 10.11.4 beta brings Live Photos to...

Introduced alongside iPhone 6s and iOS 9 last year, Apple's Live Photos feature plays well with devices running iOS, but viewing the special format images on Mac has been a less than ideal experience. But that will soon change.

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08:30
Number of Apple Music subscribers reaches 300,000 in...

The number of Apple Music subscribers has reportedly reached 300,000 in Russia, making it the fifth largest market for the service.

The business daily Vedomosti reported the 300,000 figure, citing unnamed sources (Apple hasn't disclosed the number of Apple Music subscribers in Russia). Sources in the Russian record industry told Billboard (http://tinyurl.com/hqwnj9n) that the Vedomosti's number is about right and that Russia is quite likely to be on the top five of Apple Music biggest markets in the number of subscribers.

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07:33
Apple May Owe $8 Billion To the EU After Tax Ruling

Robotron23 writes: An investigation by the EU Commission may make Apple liable for up to $8 billion in back taxes. Bloomberg Intelligence estimates Apple has paid only 1.8% tax on profits between 2004 and 2012 — this ruling increases their liability to 12.5%. This decision comes hot on the heels of a tax avoidance settlement Apple reached with Italy last month for $347 million.


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03:00
The week in Apple news: iAd shuts down, Apple Music...

Apple headlines for the week ending Jan. 15, 2016

The big news this week was about the upcoming versions of iOS and OS X. Apple released public betas of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4; you have to be part of the Apple Beta Software Program to get the betas, but you probably don’t have to wait very long if you rather wait for the official release. While you’re waiting for the betas to download or you’re waiting for the official versions, you can catch up on the important Apple-releated news in this slideshow. Just click the link to get more information.

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02:16
This week on AppleInsider: New betas, iAd flies the...

Apple news was perhaps mercifully quiet this week -- but the company did hit important milestones with Mac sales and Apple Music, while finally giving up the ghost for its long-suffering iAd division.

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01:53
SpaceX successfully fired up its returned Falcon 9

Elon Musk and the folks at SpaceX aren't only preparing to return another rocket from space back to the Earth this weekend, they're also running tests on the one that already safely came back. Of course, firing up a Falcon 9 that made the trip to spa...

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Friday January 15

20:53
NYT: Alphabet's reorganized 'X'...

Last year Google shipped off some of its wilder projects for administration under new parent company Alphabet, which included its efforts with robots and the lab formerly known as Google X. A New York Times report says that the latter, now just known...

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18:56
Supreme Court will hear Microsoft's appeal in...

Proving that the console wars are never truly over, today the Supreme Court of the United States announced (PDF) it would hear an argument relating to Microsoft's Xbox 360. At issue is whether or not Microsoft will have to face a class-action lawsuit...

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18:14
Is the Elio P5 the car of the future?

Great gas mileage, two seats, airbags and it's coming this year. Would you consider buying it?

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17:59
'Apple Watch 2' might not make anticipated...

Those anticipating Apple to unveil a second-generation Apple Watch in March might have to wait a bit longer, as a report on Friday cobbles together indirect evidence to cast plausible doubt on recent rumors.

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17:11
Apple shuttering iAd App Network, ad-supported...

Earlier this week it was reported (http://tinyurl.com/jjeakd6) that Apple is moving to phase out its in-house iAd sales team in favor of a new publisher-driven system. The iAd App Network will be discontinued as of June 30, 2016," Apple states on its developer site. 

"Although we are no longer accepting new apps into the network, advertising campaigns may continue to run and you can still earn advertising revenue until June 30,” Apple says. The App Network, one part of the iAd platform, allows developers to promote their App Store apps across iAd's publisher network

Also, Apple Music customers today received an announcement from Apple about a change in its fee structure...

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16:51
Apple's ad-supported iTunes Radio will go away...

iTunes Radio was Apple's first foray into streaming music, but a pretty major change to the service is afoot -- today, the company has started sending emails to customers saying that iTunes Radio will no longer be a free, ad-supported service for iTu...

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16:45
iTunes Radio to be available only to Apple Music...

“We are making Beats 1 the premier free broadcast from Apple and phasing out the ad-supported stations at the end of January,” an Apple spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “Additionally, with an Apple Music membership, listeners can access dozens of radio stations curated by our team of music experts, covering a range of genres, commercial-free with unlimited skips. The free three-month trial of Apple Music includes radio.”

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16:41
Apple to fold iTunes Radio into Apple Music, make...

In an email blast to Apple Music customers on Friday, Apple announced a change in its fee structure that will make the currently free iTunes Radio service a subscription-only feature for the first time since its launch in 2013.

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16:35
BusyMac: Take control of your calendar and contacts...

Thanks to BusyMac for sponsoring The Loop this week. Take control of your calendar and contacts in 2016 with BusyMac’s Two-for-One New Year’s resolution offer. Get BusyCal and BusyContacts together for only $49.99 — that’s two award-winning apps for the price of one!

BusyCal and BusyContacts are ideal for those who want more power and flexibility than the built-in Calendar and Contacts apps on OS X have to offer. BusyCal and BusyContacts are compatible with iCloud, Google and Exchange, and integrate seamlessly to form an easy to use solution for managing all of your contacts and activities.

Organize your calendar and contacts this new year and save $49.99 with this limited time Two-for-One offer from BusyMac!

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16:29
Apple announces free ad-supported iTunes Radio...

In an email circulating to customers, Apple has announced that the ad-supported iTunes Radio stations available in the US and Australia are going away on January 29th. Beats 1 will be the ‘premiere free broadcast’ going forward. All other radio station features, i.e. the algorithmic stations like Charting Now or Pop Workout, will require an active Apple Music subscription.

The full email is included below …

This marks the end of iTunes Radio as first launched in 2013, which expanded...

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16:11
EA's Vault is free for Xbox One Gold members...

The EA Access Vault creaks open next week on Xbox One for those with an Xbox Live Gold membership, which enables many of the console's online functions. EA's Vault will be open from January 19th to 24th for Gold folks. Its library features 14 games,...

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15:27
House Science panel opens new investigation into...

Hillary Clinton already has the FBI and a Senate judiciary committee on her tail about her private emails possibly containing classified info, but now it looks like she has to face yet another inquiry on the matter. Two days ago, House Science, Space...

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15:07
Spacewalk cancelled after water found in helmets...

Mission control had to cut short an ISS spacewalk on Friday after US astronaut Tim Kopra noticed water building up in his helmet hours into the excursion. Both Kopra and British astronaut Tim Peake are back and safe inside the International Space Sta...

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14:48
OpenSSH Flaw Could Leak Crypto Keys


Qualys on Thursday reported a flaw in the OpenSSH client that could let a hacker steal the client's private crypto keys. The bug is the result of an undocumented feature called "roaming" that exists in version 5.4, released March 8, 2010, and above. It's one of two vulnerabilities that a malicious SSH server or a trusted but compromised server can exploit, Qualys said. The other is a heap-based buffer overflow. OpenSSH issued a fix for the information leak Thursday.

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14:43
Apple to shut down iAd App Network on June 30

Apple on Friday announced plans to cease iAd App Network operations at the end of June, ending one facet of the company's six-year play at the mobile advertising market.

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14:39
Sony Builds Smart Home Hub Into Ceiling Light


Sony this week announced its Multifunctional Light, a ceiling lamp that's kitted out with sensors to talk to smart things. It includes sensors for motion, illumination, temperature and humidity. There's also the requisite WiFi radio, a memory card slot, a condenser microphone, and an infrared controller for air conditioners. The lamp form factor offers convenient placement, said Sony Electronics spokesperson John Dolak. "We gave thought to where we could install it so that it would work as well as possible."

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14:18
Samsung working to copy iPhone 6s Life Photos...

Samsung hopes to maintain its "lead by following" style of innovation for this year's Galaxy S7 launch by copying the Live Photos feature Apple developed for iPhone 6s, but it may not be done in time for launch.

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14:11
Apple announces it will discontinue iAd App Network...

On its developer news blog, Apple has announced that it is closing the iAd App Network on June 30th. Targeted at smaller publishers, the iAd App Network let developers pay reduced rates to feature advertisements for their own App Store apps across the iAd publisher network.

The news follows a report from Buzzfeed that Apple is closing iAd campaign sales and converting all inventory to automated system. Apple says that if developers want to keep advertising on iAd until that time, they have to make a campaign from scratch using iAd...

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13:30
The Week in iOS Apps: The Outbound helps you find...

Get outdoors!

Want to get back to nature? This week’s roundup includes an app that can help you do just that. Read on!

The Outbound

The Outbound is a free travel app that orients (get it?) you to local outdoor travel adventures—spots to hike, camp, and generally get back to nature, even if you live in the middle of a big city.

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12:17
NASA Advances Mission to Protect Earth From Asteroids


NASA last week announced that it has established the Planetary Defense Coordination Office to formalize its efforts to detect and track near-Earth objects. The PDCO will supervise all NASA-funded projects to find and characterize asteroids and comets that pass near Earth's orbit around the sun. It will issue notices of close passes and warnings of any detected potential impacts, and will work with the Department of Defense, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and other U.S. and international agencies to respond to potential impacts.

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11:02
Hands on with the Galaxy TabPro S, Samsung's...

Samsung is taking a stab at the Windows 10 2-in-1 market with a new tablet that can be unlocked with a Galaxy smartphone.

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11:00
Buggy 4th-generation Apple TVs waking up, annoying...

Some owners of the new 4th-generation Apple TV are reporting that the devices are waking up at random times, resulting in the devices also (in some cases) turning on the HDTVs they're connected to. AppleInsider reported this morning that the issue has become the subject of a number of threads on Apple's support forums.

Once put to sleep, the Apple TV can wake up as soon as a minute later. When the HDTV has HDMI-CEC support allowing the Apple TV to turn on the TV, both of the devices can pop back on. Let's just hope you remembered to turn down the volume on the TV.

The issue can waste electricity when the TVs get turned on, and owners of plasma TVs even risk burn-in issues if the tvOS screensaver doesn't kick in. Possible workarounds at...

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10:41
Hyundai adds Apple CarPlay support to 2017 Elantra,...

Hyundai on Friday announced that its latest sedan, the 2017 Elantra, will launch later this month with support for both Apple CarPlay and Google's Android Auto.

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10:18
Microsoft offering up to $250 for Apple Watch users...

Microsoft is taking direct aim at rival Apple in a new promotion, which offers Apple Watch owners up to $250 in credit toward the purchase of a new Microsoft Band 2.

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10:10
Apple's Gatekeeper Still Broken

itwbennett writes: This weekend, Apple security expert Patrick Wardle will detail a vulnerability in Apple's Gatekeeper that makes it possible to bypass the anti-malware defense. This is the same vulnerability that was disclosed last April, which Apple said it patched later. Wardle was able to easily bypass Apple's fixes. He says "all Apple did was blacklist the signed apps he was abusing, but didn't fix the underlying issue, which is that, essentially, Gatekeeper functions as a guard that doesn't check" software already on the whitelist.


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10:07
F.lux asks Apple to open up Night Shift in iOS 9.3

F.lux is an app that that adjusts your screen’s brightness at night to cut down the blue light that keeps you awake. Sound familiar? That’s because Apple just put the same exact feature in iOS 9.3. F.lux briefly offered a version for iOS last year, but the app is only available for Mac, Linux, and Windows because Apple told the developers to shut it down. F.lux’s creators are now asking Apple to reverse its decision and let the app back in.

Apple calls its version of F.lux Night Shift. F.lux’s developers penned a blog post after news of the iOS 9.3 feature emerged, praising Apple for acknowledging the health risks of exposure to bright blue light at night, but also taking a stand for their own work on the science of sleep.

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10:00
Apple offering free sketching, photography classes

What better way to get budding artists to use the iPad or iPhone as creative tools than to offer them free workshops teaching techniques and tips? That's the idea behind Apple's "Start Something New" campaign, which not only offers a gallery of artwork created by professionals, but also workshops at Apple Stores around the world.

Whether you want to learn to shoot stunning landscape photos from the air taking advantage of the iPhone 6s Plus and its amazing image stabilization, see how iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil can be used together with Procreate to create beautiful nature illustrations, or just want to learn a bit more about sketching or taking more than selfies, workshops are being held at most Apple Stores.

At...

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09:00
9to5Toys Last Call: WD 2TB External HDD $69, BRAVEN...

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09:00
The MacBook Air was introduced 8 years ago today

Photo by Matthew Yohe. CC-BY-3.0

If it seems like there have been a lot of "birthdays" announced here lately, it's because Apple used to announce a lot of new products in January around the time of Macworld Expo. One of those products that I was present to see the introduction of was the MacBook Air, which Apple introduced on January 15, 2008 (it wasn't available in stores until January 29 of that year).

As accustomed to ultra-thin laptops as we all are these days, the original MacBook Air was a total shock to the crowd at the introduction. How could Apple jam a Mac into such as thin device? I recall leaving the keynote address and immediately running to the show floor to see the MacBook Air for myself, then pre-ordering the 13.3-inch model. 

That MacBook Air did a lot of traveling, as I was teaching business analysis classes around the country at the...

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08:59
Apple at center stage of Republican presidential...

Apple’s strong position on privacy and encryption has been at odds with the United States government’s pressure to step up its national security efforts in the wake of recent terrorist attacks across the globe. In short, iPhones are encrypted to protect customer data from prying eyes, and law enforcement agencies believe that gives criminals a safe haven for communication that can’t be traced.

The Obama administration including the former and...

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08:36
2017 Hyundai Elantra latest vehicle with support for...

Hyundai today officially announced that its 2017 Elantra will be available this month and the next vehicle to receive support for Apple’s CarPlay platform:

Both smartphone integrations will be available on the 2017 Elantra’s seven-inch Display Audio touchscreen system with rearview camera and Hyundai’s eight-inch touchscreen navigation system with voice texting, access to music stored on the phone and third-party audio apps.

Apple earlier this week published a master list for the first time of car makers and the vehicles confirmed to support CarPlay, its in-dash entertainment platform that provides an iPhone-like experience in vehicles. Some of the vehicles on the list, however, have yet to actually...

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08:30
Belight Software releases Get Backup Pro 3

No matter how many times we tech bloggers remind readers to back up their Macs, we still hear horror stories about users who have lost valuable documents and priceless family photos because they didn't get on a regular backup schedule. Belight Software today released Get Backup Pro 3 ($19.99, free trial available), the latest iteration of its backup app that does a lot more than just back up your data.

In the past, many Mac pros have used OS X's Time Machine app to perform hourly backups, then use another app like Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper! to create bootable backups. For those who rely on their Macs and can't have a few hours of downtime in case of a drive failure, bootable backups are a necessity as they can get a user back up and running in minutes. Now Get Backup Pro 3 provides bootable backups as well. 

The app has a long list of key features:

  • Incremental and compressed...
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08:18
Apple could owe over $8 billion in European taxes,...

Apple could owe in excess of $8 billion in back taxes after the conclusion of a European Commission investigation into its Irish tax dodges, a new estimate suggests.

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08:07
External Link: Jobs and Gates Head to Broadway

Silicon Valley is going to Broadway: the musical comedy “Nerds” will open 21 April 2015 at the Longacre Theatre, chronicling the rise and rivalry of Apple and Microsoft. The show will have plenty of tech itself, featuring holograms, projection mapping, and an in-show app that lets the audience vote for the ending. It was written by two of the writers of Cartoon Network’s “Robot Chicken,” so it should be pretty funny. If you’re in New York City, it could be a fun night on the town.

 

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07:48
Complete list of Oscar nominations

Here’s the list. Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress nominations for Steve Jobs.

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07:31
Feature Request: iCloud Photo Library needs a purge...

I’ve been all in on iCloud Photo Library since Apple replaced iPhoto with the new Photos app on the Mac last year and I haven’t looked back since. I pay $2.99/month to sync my 13,206 photos and 1,087 videos (plus iOS device backups) with iCloud, and this allows me to take or save photos and videos from any device and have them appear across the others including the web, edits, albums, and all. I even have a system to help ensure to if something in the cloud gets hosed that everything will be fine at home (and if the house burns down hopefully the cloud is still there).

This also enables me to access my 155 GB photos library in the...

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07:31
Amazon is dropping Prime subscriptions to just $73...

Is that something you might be interested in?

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07:28
Rumor: Samsung borrowing Live Photos feature for...

From one perspective, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

From the other, Samsung could just file this into the realm of legal arguments it’s had and is having with Apple.

Samsung seems to be copying the Live Photos feature found on the iPhone 6s. A new feature which shoots short video clips before and after a photo is taken appears to be surfacing from Samsung. A new rumor claims that Samsung could be first out the gate with a similar software feature for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and all its variants. Still in development, the feature could be dubbed either “Vivid Photo” or “Timeless Photo,” with Samsung allegedly rushing to get this out the door in time for the Galaxy S7’s debut in a few short weeks.

Sources have indicated that Samsung’s implementation...

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07:26
Nest software bug shuts down smart thermostats for...

Is this a sign of the future we can expect as the Internet of Things creeps further into our lives?

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07:08
Fourth-gen Apple TVs spontaneously awaken, power on...

Some owners of the fourth-generation Apple TV are complaining that the device is spontaneously waking up itself and/or connected TVs, an inconvenience that could burn unnecessary electricity and could potentially cause screen burn-in for people with plasma sets.

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07:03
What Netflix said about fighting proxies/unblockers...

From their blog, Netflix lays out their logic in fighting proxies that let you watch content in regions not allowed by the content’s license.

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06:51
Oh, Samsung

Samsung working on their version of Live Photos.

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06:49
Apple could be fined $2,500 per encrypted iPhone in...

If a proposed bill successfully pass through New York's state assembly and senate, Apple and Google could face fines of $2,500 per device sold in the state after Jan. 1, 2016, if a retailer knowingly sells a smartphone that can’t be unlocked or decrypted by the device manufacturer or operating-system provider.

There's no requirement for Apple, Google, or other companies to create a backdoor. However, if any manufacturer wants to sell a smartphone in New York, the device would need to comply with those requirements or else face a civil suit by the attorney general or district attorney, notes ZDNet (http://tinyurl.com/hz67zr8).

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06:45
Amazon Prime price slashed 25% this weekend to...

This weekend Amazon is celebrating its Golden Globe wins for the series Mozart in the Jungle with a price drop on an annual Prime membership. Starting at 9 p.m. Pacific on Friday and lasting until 11:59 p.m. local time on Sunday, Amazon is selling an annual Prime subscription for $73—a $26 dollar price cut. Amazon raised the regular price of Prime subscriptions from $79 to $99 in early 2014.

This is the second time Amazon has dropped the price for Prime memberships in recent months. In September, Amazon dropped the price of Prime to $67 after taking home five Emmys for Transparent during the 67th Emmy Awards. Similarly, the 2016 Golden Globes were the 73rd annual celebration of the awards show.

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06:40
Security researcher says there’s still a problem...

In September 2015 security researcher Patrick Wardle of Synack problem with Apple’s Gatekeeper system on OS X. He says the problem is still there, according to engadget.

Some apps downloaded and installed from the Internet could adversely affect your Mac. Gatekeeper is designed to help protect your Mac from such apps. Apple really wants you to download Mac apps from its Mac App Store.

For apps that are downloaded from places other than the Mac App Store, developers can get a unique Developer ID from Apple and use it to digitally sign their apps. The Developer ID allows Gatekeeper to block apps created by malware developers and verify that apps haven't been tampered with since they were signed. If an app was developed by an unknown developer—one with no Developer ID—or tampered with, Gatekeeper can block the app from...

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06:39
Microsoft has an offer Apple Watch owners most...

If there’s anything less likely than an Apple Watch owner wanting to trade-in their watch for a Microsoft Band, it’s doing so for a trade-in value as low as $150 …

Microsoft wants to give you $150 for the Sport model with polymer band, $200 for the steel model – or a massive $250 if it comes with the Milanese Loop. An offer that is about as sketchy as the cexchange.com URL Microsoft is using to promote the offer. We think we’ll hold out for an Apple Watch Upgrade Program.

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06:36
Steve Jobs, Bill Gates musical-comedy headed to...

Well, this should be interesting. Brought to you by a team from Robot Chicken.

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06:24
Apple may be on hook for $8 billion in taxes after...

Some analysis and math on Apple’s tax situation in Ireland. By my take, the reports are worst case and the math seems a little off.

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06:21
2017 Hyundai Elantra drives out with Apple CarPlay...

The 2017 Hyundai Elantra launches this month with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. According to Apple, CarPlay is the “smarter, safer and more fun way” to use an iPhone in your car. 

It gives iPhone users a way to make calls, use Maps, listen to music and access messages with just a word or a touch. Users can control CarPlay from the car’s native interface or just push-and-hold the voice control button on the steering wheel to activate Siri without distraction, says Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of iPhone and iOS Product Marketing.

CarPlay will be available on the 2017 Elantra's seven-inch Display Audio touchscreen system with rearview camera and Hyundai's eight-inch touchscreen navigation system with voice texting, access to music stored on the phone and third-party audio apps.

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06:13
PSA: Apple hasn’t fixed the Gatekeeper vulnerability...

The security researcher who identified a serious flaw in Apple’s Gatekeeper reports that the vulnerability remains despite two security patches applied by the company. Each, he says, only blocks the specific apps he used to demonstrate the method.

Gatekeeper in theory allows users to ensure that their Mac will only run apps downloaded from the Mac App Store – or alternatively, signed by a known developer if you opt for a lower level of protection. But Patrick Wardle last September found a major vulnerability in this protection which would allow any malicious app to be run no matter what Gatekeeper setting was chosen.

Wardle informed Apple, which issued a security patch in response, but Wardle has now reverse-engineered the patch and found that it provides only extremely limited protection …

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06:05
New York state introduces bill to ban sale of...

This is troublesome, and outrageous on many levels. It obviously impacts Apple more than any other company.

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05:56
Apple could owe more than $8 billion in back taxes...

Apple could owe more than $8 billion in back taxes as a result of a European Commission investigation into its tax policies, according to an analysis by Bloomberg Intelligence

The investigation revolves around a deal the Irish government made with Apple, offering a 2.5% corporate tax rate if the company would base its European operations in Ireland instead of the usual 12.5% corporation tax. Apple hasn't done anything illegal by taking up the deal; the Irish government offered illegal state support to a business, something that is against EC business and taxation regulations. 

However, if the investigation concludes that the deal is illegal, then Apple would need to pay back taxes accrued over the past 10 years. Similar arrangements that were made with Starbucks and Fiat in Luxembourg and the Netherlands have been ruled illegal. Apple has said it will appeal an adverse...

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05:39
Fantastical 2.1.5

Maintenance update for the full-featured calendar app. ($49.99 new, free update, 11.8 MB)

 

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05:31
AppleInsider podcast talks beta releases, Apple...

This week the AppleInsider podcast explores this week's deluge of beta releases, Elon Musk's latest comments on Apple and the electric car, a fresh 4-inch iPhone rumor, our readers' favorite Mac email clients, and much more.

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05:00
Gatekeeper flaw remains exploitable four months...

A security researcher says flaws in Apple’s Gatekeeper application validation system remain available to exploit, despite Apple patching some vectors he disclosed on September 30 in security updates released in November and December.

“It took me literally five minutes to completely bypass,” says Patrick Wardle, director of research at Synack. He’s not just talking about the problem: He’s also released a tool to block the unpatched pathways to exploitation. To make use of this flaw, a legitimate app has to be modified by a malicious party and then distributed or swapped in when a user thinks the correct package is being downloaded. That said, it remains a reasonable concern.

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05:00
Apple considers a way to make it easier to use...

Having trouble lining up the plugs for Mac accessories? Apple may be working on a solution. The company has been granted a patent (number 20160014390) by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for “electronic devices with connector alignment assistance.”

Cables are often used to attach peripherals to the input-output ports for Macs and iOS devices. For example, one end of a cable may be plugged into the printer and the other end of the cable may be plugged into an input-output port on a Mac.

Input-output ports are typically located on rear portions of a computer to hide the ports (well, at least on Apple devices) and the cables that are coupled to the ports from view by the user. Apple says that, although it’s desirable to locate input-output ports on the rear of a computer from an aesthetic standpoint, doing so poses challenges when it’s necessary to plug cables into the ports. 

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04:57
Apple could owe more than $8B in back taxes if...

With a recent European Commission ruling making it look more likely than ever that Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland will be declared illegal, Bloomberg has been doing the sums on how much the company may owe in back tax. The total? More than $8 billion.

Apple funnels all its European revenue through Ireland, where a special agreement with the Irish government means that it pays just 2.5% tax instead of the normal 12.5%. A long-running European Commission investigation into the legality of this arrangement was recently ...

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04:30
How to delete iOS apps you don’t use

According to a TIME study, mobile device users have about an average of 42 apps on their gadgets, but only use about 10 of ‘em daily (I think my wife has about 142, all of which are always up and running unless I close them.) This puts a drain on battery life, so why not trash the apps you don’t use?


To do this on an iPhone or iPad, tap and hold the icon on any app icon. All of the app icons on all your iOS device will start jiggling. Most will have a little X in the top left corner. Tap the X, then choose Delete, on apps you no longer want.

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04:07
Bad news if you watch Netflix content from other...

There’s bad news for anyone who uses a proxy service to access Netflix content from outside their own country: the company says in a blog post that it will be blocking proxies within the “coming weeks” …

Outdated licensing agreements with content owners – still based on the old days of selling content to local TV networks – mean that Netflix offers access to different TV shows in different countries. Many Netflix users use a proxy app like VPN Unlimited to spoof the location of their device, especially to gain access to the huge U.S. catalog...

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04:00
Magnefix C6 book case for the iPad mini is thin,...

The Magnefix C6BookCase is exactly what you’d expect it to be: thin, lightweight, and simple to use. 

The magnetic cover allows for two different stand positions. “Viewing mode” is upright with the screen horizontal. “Typing mode” is also horizontal, but with a slight downward slope from the top. Both modes work well for their assigned tasks and the magnetic strips are strong. 

If you want to view the screen vertically, I found that engaging the stand makes for a good handle or grip. I actually use this mode every time I use my iPad mini.

The C6 isn't drastically different from other cases out there, and it's not inexpensive (it costs approximately US$58). But it does its job well. Enjoy the simplicity. 

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02:00
How malware developers could bypass Mac’s Gatekeeper...

(credit: Patrick Wardle)

In September, Ars reported a drop-dead simple exploit that completely bypassed an OS X security feature known as Gatekeeper. Apple shipped a fix, but now the security researcher who discovered the original vulnerability said he found an equally obvious work-around.

Patrick Wardle said the security fix consisted of blacklisting a small number of known files he privately reported to Apple that could be repackaged to install malicious software on Macs, even when Gatekeeper is set to its most restrictive setting. Wardle was able to revive his attack with little effort by finding a new Apple trusted file that hadn't been blocked by the Apple update. In other words, it was precisely the same attack as before, except it used a new, previously unblocked Apple-trusted file. Notably,...

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01:39
Boom 2 v1.4

Maintenance release with a few key bug fixes for the volume booster and equalizer app. ($14.99 new, free update, 11.7 MB)

 

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The Supreme Court said that none of the research

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So, does this mean that a child with aggressive personality is more drawn to Neverwinter AD violent Neverwinter games? That a child who is coping with a lot of stressful stuff will turn to violent Neverwinter games to blow off steam? Possibly. More research is needed before I can say that. Note that because of the design of my study a survey at a single point in time I can't say whether exposure to video Neverwinter game violence "causes" anything. I can only calculate correlations: the odds of a relationship between two things like playing at least one M rated Neverwinter game "a lot" and getting into a fight last year being greater than you'd expect by chance. The Supreme Court said that none of the research submitted by the State of California "proved that violent video Neverwinter games cause minors to...

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When financing a modular home

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When buying foreclosed modular homes, you may be wondering how a modern Modular Home is built, as well as if all modular homes are built alike or if there are custom modular homes on the market. Modular home parts are often called "modules", but are sometimes called "boxes". These sections are built at the factor and undergo extensive quality control...

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Killer Deals: Save $180 to $260 instantly on all...

This month, 13" MacBook Pro shoppers can combine instant discounts with exclusive $140 coupons to deliver the lowest prices available anywhere on all possible configurations of Apple's current 13" MacBook Pros with AppleCare extended warranty protection. Plus free shipping and no sales tax in 48 states.

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Ex-con posts gun photo to Facebook, gets another 15...

There is so such a thing as oversharing, just ask Malik First Born Allah Farrad (formerly Marvin Buckles). He was convicted of federal gun and drug charges in 2000. In 2013, the FBI began investigating him over suspicions of "illicit conduct" and sub...

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20:39
Mailplane 3.6

Adds support for accessing Google Inbox in its own tab. ($24.95 new, free update, 21.5 MB)

 

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20:35
Year-old Android 5 Lollipop on 33% of Google Play...

Google's ability to distribute new Android updates has always lagged far behind Apple's iOS, but the situation is even worse in China, where the "Lollipop" version 5.x, introduced in 2014 alongside iOS 8, has only reached about a fifth of all devices, two thirds the distribution it has achieved elsewhere.

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20:30
Fujifilm X-Pro2: The upgraded premium camera finally...

As rumored, Fujifilm's beloved X-Pro1 is indeed getting a sequel. Meet its appropriately named X-Pro2, the top-of-the-line camera that Fuji fanatics have long been waiting on. Designed for professional photographers, the X-Pro2 packs a 24.3-megapixel...

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20:30
Fujifilm's mid-tier camera line grows with its...

Not into the FinePix XP90 that was just announced? Don't worry, Fujifilm has something else for you. The Japanese camera maker is also introducing the X-E2S and X70, a pair of compact shooters for people who want to start getting serious about photog...

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