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Sunday February 5

10:07
∞ Archerfish says “I spit in your face!”

I still remember watching a segment in a documentary about this fish when I was a kid. So, of course, my brothers and I ran around spitting on each other.

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09:30
Ben Heck's Essentials series: A Star Wars LED...

This week, Karen has a project that requires a bit of intelligence, and discrete electronics can provide just that. To make her laser-cut Star Wars BB-8 light more responsive to the world around it, Ben helps design a circuit using active and pas...

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09:19
Airfoil 5.5.2

Updates the Instant On to version 8.4.1 with full support for macOS 10.12 Sierra. ($29 new, free update, 14.4 MB)

 

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09:18
CleanMyMac 3.7.2

Adds a Document Versions cleanup feature and brings support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro. ($39.95 new, free update, 35 MB)

 

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08:00
After Math: Do you think this is a game?

It's been a heck of a week for gamesmanship. Sony announced significant firmware upgrades for the PS4, Super Mario Run is collecting millions in coin and Nintendo revealed surprisingly affordable pricing for its Switch multiplayer system. Numbers, be...

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07:00
All all-electric supercar, and more in the week that...

In a major win for clean energy, Tesla just unveiled the biggest battery storage facility on the planet. It's made from 396 Powerpacks, and it can store 80 megawatt-hours of electricity -- enough to power 2,500 households for an entire day. Meanwhile...

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04:24
Hack knocks out a fifth of the Dark Web

The Dark Web is having a rough time right now... although the victims in this case won't earn too much sympathy. An Anonymous-linked hacker speaking to Motherboard brought down about a fifth of the Tor network's 'secret' websites (over 10,000 of them...

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02:54
The easy guide to switching from Windows to Mac




Long-term Windows users looking to dip their toe into the Mac ecosystem for the first time typically stick to applications they are familiar with on PC, but there is a wealth of other software that can do the job for the more ambitious switcher.

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Saturday February 4

23:11
Ancient Ceres may have had plenty of ice volcanoes

Millions of years ago, Ceres' surface might have had plenty of icy volcanoes to keep Ahuna Mons company. Scientists have always found its solitary existence weird anyway. "Imagine if there was just one volcano on all of Earth," University of Arizona...

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19:58
'Windows Cloud' looks like Microsoft'...

To date, Microsoft has had a simple strategy for fighting Chromebooks: make low-cost Windows laptops that negate Google's price advantage. However, it now looks to be extending that strategy to the operating system itself. Both Windows Blog Italia...

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18:26
Dark net black markets are turning to bug bounty...

Dark net black markets are taking a leaf out of many legit companies' book and turning to bounty hunters to find security flaws in their systems. Hansa Market is one of them. According to CyberScoop, the marketplace, which brought in $3 million last...

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16:55
Lady Gaga's Super Bowl show will tout '...

It's easy to be cynical about the Super Bowl's halftime show: unless you're a fan of the artists, it's often an excuse for a bathroom break... or at least, to gawk at the ridiculousness of the American cultural zeitgeist. Lady Gaga might give even th...

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15:27
Google ordered to turn over foreign emails

So much for Microsoft's court win providing a neat and tidy defense against law enforcement requests for foreign data. As part of an FBI fraud investigation, a Philadelphia judge has ordered Google to obey search warrants for emails stored on server...

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13:59
Jawbone is reportedly leaving consumer for clinical...

It's no secret that things haven't been going well at Jawbone HQ. Last year, rumors came out that the company was halting the production of all its fitness trackers, and its customer service provider dropped it for unpaid services. Now a new report b...

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13:54
Tips: Delaying the start of iTunes to avoid the...




If you're running a machine with external drives, it's possible that they won't be mounted when iTunes starts looking for data. AppleInsider explains how to get around this, with a simple AppleScript.

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12:29
∞ How a Pelican Case is made

This is just a promotional video for Pelican but the assembly process is interesting. Like most photographers, I’m a big fan of Pelican Cases.

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12:28
Elon Musk says he put immigration ban on Trump...

Elon Musk said he wasn't about to join Uber's CEO in quitting President Trump's economic advisory council, and he's sticking to his guns in the wake of a meeting on February 3rd. The Tesla founder claims that he managed to get the immigration ban dis...

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11:00
The Gita is your rolling robot porter

Though robots are increasingly making their way into factories, offices and even airports, they're still not something you'd encounter walking down a city street -- and definitely not in a way that's personally useful to you. We'd all love to have ou...

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09:30
Recommended Reading: Yves Béhar on design in age of...

10 Principles For
Design In The
Age Of AI
Katharine Schwab,
Fast Company

In an age when artificial intelligence is becoming a bigger part of our lives, it's important to have some guidelines to keep innovation focused. Designer Yves Béhar...

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08:30
This week’s top stories: Hands-on w/ Apple Watch...

In this week’s top stories: We go hands-on with the new Theater Mode on Apple Watch, we break down LG’s UltraFine 5K display woes, Tim Cook speaks out on Trump’s immigration ban, Apple’s Q1 earnings report, and much more.

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08:00
Microsoft's Surface Ergonomic Keyboard makes...

If you spend most of your days typing at a desk, it's worth looking into an ergonomic keyboard. The traditional flat QWERTY keyboard design wasn't designed with comfort in mind, and really, why should you be forced to live with an input interface ori...

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07:34
Microsoft Is Disabling Older Versions of Skype For...

If you're using an older, outdated version of Skype, you may want to consider updating soon. Microsoft said today that starting on March 1 people will no longer be able to sign in to version 7.16 of Skype for Window desktop and older versions, and version 7.18 of Skype for Mac and older versions thereof. VentureBeat reports: "If you're one of those users, all you'll need to do is download the new update," the Skype team said in a blog post. This isn't the first time Skype is retiring old software. But that doesn't mean the upcoming move won't rankle some people. Version 7.18 of Skype for Mac and version 7.16 of Skype for Windows both came out less than a year and a half ago -- in December 2015. So it's not as if this is very old software. Still, Microsoft has been doing a lot to improve Skype in the past year. It's been migrating the app to its Azure public cloud infrastructure, and adding chatbots. Current versions of Skype -- like version 7.44 for Mac -- come with amenities like...

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07:14
Gmail will stop working on Chrome for XP and Vista...

If it's been some time since you've updated your Chrome browser, you might see a banner at the top of Gmail's interface on February 8th. It'll contain a reminder to update to Chrome version 55 from 53 and below, since the newer iteration comes with s...

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06:30
Watch three teams compete for the best Hyperloop pod...

Last Sunday 27 teams brought their completed Hyperloop pods to SpaceX's headquarters in Southern California hoping to get time in the vacuum-sealed track. After a battery of tests by the judges, only three of the vehicles were deemed worthy of the tu...

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05:31
Become Tech Savvy: How to implement and benefit from...

First time checking out this series? You’ll get the most value by starting at the beginning and checking out the series overview. In our previous article we took a look at how to approach and manage passwords. Today we’ll jump into applying those ideas with 1Password.

Note for regular readers, the already tech savvy, and IT professionals: this series is designed as a resource you can share with those you are helping or for those looking to become tech savvy on their own.

Priority #2 Part 2: Getting started with password management software
Background, Expectations, & Best Practices |

In last week’s post, Michael went into a high-level overview on the importance of password management and preparing to implement a...

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05:00
Tablet market woes continue

Consumer spending during the holiday quarter of 2016 was clearly not aimed at consuming tablets as the market continued its spiraling decline. The fourth quarter of 2016 (4Q16) marked the ninth consecutive quarter that tablet shipments have declined. 

According to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker, vendors shipped 52.9 million tablets in the fourth quarter, which was a decline of 20.1% from the same quarter one year ago. Similarly, shipments of 174.8 million units for the full year 2016 were down 15.6% compared to 2015, marking the second straight year of declining shipments.

"The sentiment around the tablet market continues to grow stale despite a lot of talk about vendors pivoting their product portfolios toward the detachable segment," says Ryan Reith, program vice...

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05:00
The Morning After: Weekend Edition

Letter from the Editor

"Fail fast, fail often" has become something of a Silicon Valley cliché. And yet, despite best efforts to embrace that mantra, our latest president has managed to make an enemy of many of the Valley's most influential...

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04:30
Apple granted a patent for recovering data from a...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,560,693) for “methods and apparatus for access data recovery from a malfunctioning device.” It involves, as you might guess, retrieving your important data when your iPhone goes on the fritz.

In one embodiment of the invention/service, trained service personnel are provided a specialized apparatus for retrieving access data from a malfunctioning device. For example, in the instance the device comprises a cellular device having an unrecoverable hardware failure, trained service personnel can connect to the secure element and retrieve the one or more electronic Subscriber Identity Modules (eSIMs) stored thereon. The eSIMs are then "reclaimed" and reprogrammed/distributed to a new device. In one implementation, security and integrity measures are taken to protect and control distribution of sensitive access data.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that one benefit of physical SIM cards is that they can be removed from one device...

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04:00
Apple needs to be an integral part of the upcoming...

It's looking more and more like 3D printing will be the next major disruptive technology. Apple should a direct part of this, not a sideline observer.

The company was at the forefront of the desktop publishing era; it needs to be an integral part of the 3D printing (additive manufacturing) revolution. Dell has announced that it will offer MakerBot Replicator 3D printers (pictured) and scanners "to create an end-to-end 3D design solution for small and medium-sized businesses enabling fast and affordable prototyping." 

I don't want to see the 3D printing market dominated by Windows devices. Apple needs to be more aware of all the places where its devices can and should be used.

I'm not saying that Apple should start manufacturing 3D printers. But how about teaming up with a 3D printer maker on an Apple pro application with complementing hardware-for designing, re-creating and printing using 3-D printers? Or what about offering an iTunes style online store where...

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03:00
The Week in Apple News: Apple earnings, 64-bit iOS,...

Apple headlines for the week ending Feb. 3, 2017

Image by Apple

Apple sold a lot of iPhones during the recent holiday season, but iPad sales continue to fall. Apple also made news in other venues; check out the important ones in this slideshow. Just click on the link to get more information.

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01:12
Elon Musk plays 'Minecraft' differently...

Since December, Elon Musk has been discussing plans to build a tunnel to help avoid LA traffic problems. It's been hard to tell if he was serious about "The Boring Company," but a few days ago Wired reported a test trench was already under constructi...

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Friday February 3

23:47
This week on AI: Apple's blockbuster Q1, Cook...




Apple revealed the results of a very successful holiday quarter on Tuesday, setting a record with $78.4 billion in revenue. Politics also took a prominent spot in the news however, and rumors came out about the development of a custom ARM chip for Mac.

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20:58
Hackers use streaming devices to make radio stations...

Vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things can have odd results, as we witnessed last year when radio stations suddenly started playing archived clips from a furry podcast. More recently, unknown hackers have exploited the Barix IP streamers some stat...

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20:08
'Mafia III' expands its story starting at...

It's more than a little weird that it's taken until now for the folks behind last year's Mafia 3 to announce add-on packs for the game. But that's just how the world works lately. The additional story missions start with "Faster, Baby!" at the end of...

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19:30
A ban on immigration is an attack on Silicon Valley

Almost immediately after President Trump signed an executive order banning immigrants from seven muslim majority countries from entering the US, tech companies have come out in force against it. The ban left hundreds of people detained in airports, e...

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18:51
The FCC stops investigating carrier's '...

Now that there's a new voice atop the FCC, priorities are changing. As part of a "Friday night news dump" -- as it's being called by fellow commissioner Mignon Clyburn -- the regulator announced it's done investigating carriers for "zero rating" prog...

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18:34
Jawbone confirmed to make switch from consumer...




A report on Friday claims Jawbone is officially exiting the consumer wearables space, seemingly confirming rumors that the audio accessory maker turned fitness tracking firm will instead focus on high-margin health products sold to clinicians.

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18:05
Lawsuit Claims Apple Forced Users To iOS 7 By...

According to Apple Insider, a class-action lawsuit has been filed in California that claims Apple broke FaceTime in iOS 6 to force users to upgrade to iOS 7. The lawsuit says Apple forced users to upgrade so it could avoid payments on a data deal with Akamai. From the report: When FaceTime launched in 2010, Apple included two methods of connecting one iPhone to another. The first, a peer-to-peer technology, transferred audio and video data over a direct connection, while a second "relay method" used third-party servers run by Akamai to shuttle data back and forth. Initially, calls routed through Akamai's relay servers only accounted for only 5 to 10 percent of FaceTime traffic, but usage quickly spiked. On Nov. 7, 2012, a jury found Apple's peer-to-peer FaceTime call technology in infringement of patents owned by VirnetX. Along with a $368 million fine, the ruling meant Apple would have to shift away from peer-to-peer to avoid further infringement. Apple began to incur multi-...

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18:02
ESPN strikes deal with EA to broadcast 'FIFA...

ESPN isn't slowing down its plans to make eSports mainstream. The network has now teamed up with EA to broadcast FIFA tournaments on most of its channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and the internet-based ESPN3. Last year, ESPN embraced com...

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17:03
FCC halts nine companies from participating in the...

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced on Friday that the FCC will not let nine companies participate in the federal Lifeline program, which provides low-cost internet connectivity for some of America's lowest-income households. This decision comes just wee...

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16:04
Facebook users pretend the 'Bowling Green...

Some of Facebook's users are using the Safety Check feature to mock outright falsehoods made by Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway. In a recent interview with MSNBC's Hardball, Conway fabricated a terrorist attack called the "Bowling Green massacre" as a...

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15:41
Nintendo's 'Fire Emblem: Heroes'...




Japanese gaming giant Nintendo's second mobile effort, Fire Emblem Heroes, raked in $2.9 million in worldwide gross revenue after just 24 hours on sale, according to statistics released on Friday.

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15:03
That was fast: Nazi punching now a game

It's only been a couple of weeks since a very public incident of face meeting fist, and already there's a proverbial app for that. Punch A Nazi, as the name suggests, lets you smack virtual members of the alt-right without the inconvenience of headin...

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14:45
Should Apple continue including adapters/cables with...

Last December Ben wrote a thorough opinion piece on the topic of what port we may see in future iPhones and also asked for readers’ feedback. The majority of pollsters shared they believe Apple won’t incorporate USB-C in the iPhone this year, with 30% thinking 2018 could be the year, 19% saying ‘Never,’ and 18% ‘Later.’ However, there was still almost 30% of respondents who voted that the change will happen this year.

Whether Apple decides to stick with Lightning for this year’s devices or not, it will be interesting to see if they include more adapters in the box or expect customers to pay extra to retain compatibility with their computers and accessories. What do you think?

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14:37
AWT News Update: February 3, 2017

Slow News Friday™ returns to the world of Apple, so it's a quick podcast today. We do have some good stories for you, however:

  • BeatsX earbuds may finally make it to stores near you as soon as next week
  • The second big franchise game from Nintendo is now available in several regions
  • Tim Cook goes to Scotland next week to receive an honorary degree

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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This is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and you’re listening to the AWT News Update for February 3, 2017. As usual on Friday, it’s a slow Apple news day so this will be a...

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13:50
Hands-on with Elago’s $15 Macintosh-inspired W3...

Since the Apple Watch was first unveiled, accessory makers flooded the market with third-party add-ons. From watch bands to docks, the options are nearly endless, yet Elago has managed to standout from the competition with its W3 Stand that looks like a vintage Macintosh 128K.

By leveraging Nightstand Mode on your Apple Watch, Elago is bringing back memories of the iconic Mac. And at $15, it’s affordable too…

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13:39
The making of Apple’s HAL

I don’t know how “successful” the ad was for Apple but, re-watching it again after all these years certainly brought back the creepy factor of the ad.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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13:32
South Korean policy forces smartphone makers to...




Smartphone producers will have to advise the South Korean government of incidents where devices explode or catch fire as immediately as possible, according to new safety regulations expected to be announced in the country next week.

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13:20
Apple To Start Making iPhones In India, Says State...

vasanth quotes a report from BBC: Apple is to start making iPhones in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, the state's government has said. Ministers said Apple would start an initial manufacturing operation in the state, whose capital is the tech hub Bangalore, in April. The tech giant has a 2% share of India's mobile phone market, well behind South Korean rival Samsung. Apple has yet to officially confirm the plan, saying only that it is keen to "invest significantly" in India. But Priyank Kharge, minister of information technology and biotechnology in Karnataka, told the AFP news agency: "We have an understanding with Apple and we expect them to start manufacturing in Karnataka by the end of April." Reports said the plant is being set up by Taiwanese manufacturing company Wistron Corp. Apple has held a series of meetings with government representatives at both state and national level and is understood to be pressing for concessions before going ahead with such a move. Apple...

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13:12
Google sells off Terra Bella satellite unit to...




Alphabet's Google on Friday confirmed a deal to sell off its satellite mapping business, Terra Bella, to Planet Labs -- which despite earlier speculation is unlikely to affect Google Maps or by extension its main competition, Apple Maps.

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13:00
Hands-on (literally) with the Twelve South...

Twelve South MagicBridge. Photo © 2017, Steven Sande

Twelve South has done it again -- earlier this week, the Charleston-based design house that creates accessories just for Apple products announced the MagicBridge ($34.99). Like an earlier product called the MagicWand, the MagicBridge is designed to hold both an Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad 2 side by side. The result? Your trackpad doesn't "wander" the desktop when you're using it and the two accessories look like one big keyboard. 

Design

As with all Twelve South products, a lot of thought went into the design of the MagicBridge. It's set up in such a way that the trackpad can be placed either on the left or right side depending on personal preference. A thin silicone pad sits under the keyboard to keep your typing quiet, and that pad can be moved to the other side of the MagicBridge for left-handed...

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12:48
Friday 5: A new Apple Pencil-enabled sketch app,...

Looking for a few apps to keep you entertained this weekend? Then have a look at the latest edition of Friday 5. Inside, we discuss Linea — a brand new sketch app with Apple Pencil support. We also talk about Moonlight, an app that lets you stream NVIDIA GameSteam-compatible games to an iOS device. Those, and three additional apps are on the docket for this week’s edition of Friday 5. Have a look at our brief hands-on video inside for the full rundown. more…

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12:37
iMac Deals: Save $170 to $370 on 27-inch iMac 5K...




In the market for a new iMac? Readers this week can save $170 to $370 on current-generation 27-inch iMac 5Ks (Late 2015) paired with AppleCare extended protection plans. Or take $170 to $270 off 21.5-inch iMac 4Ks bundled with AppleCare. Apple's 21" iMac HD line is also up to $170 off with our exclusive coupon -- all with free shipping and no tax collected outside NY and NJ.

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12:00
LG Confirms 5K Mac Monitor Has Issue When Placed...

Late last month, we learned that LG's UltraFine 5K Display, which was designed in part by Apple to work with the new MacBook Pro and as a replacement for the Thunderbolt Display, would flicker, disconnect, or freeze computers if placed within two meters of a router. The company has acknowledged the issue, and says it will add enhanced shielding to its 5K monitors to prevent interferences with nearby wireless routers in the upcoming batch. From a report: "LG apologizes for this inconvenience and is committed to delivering the best quality products possible, so all LG UltraFine 27-inch 5K displays manufactured after February 2017 will be fitted with enhanced shielding," the company said in an email. Existing models will be able to be retrofitted with the enhanced shielding, which will allow the monitor to be placed near a router.

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11:45
Fire Emblem Heroes brings Nintendo's tactical...

For its first branded mobile game, Nintendo went with the most obvious choice: Super Mario Run, a smartly streamlined take on the classic formula—and thankfully one with a single price tag. Nintendo’s next smartphone and tablet game is quite different in nearly every respect, however, as it’s based on a less prominent franchise, offers a more complex and story-driven experience, and embraces the platform’s tendency for free-to-play gaming. 

It’s Fire Emblem Heroes, and it’s available now on both iOS and Android. The Fire Emblem series has thrived on Nintendo’s own platforms for more than 25 years now, and is best known for its brilliantly captivating and seriously...

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11:36
The Public Access Weekly: Working man blues

Y'all, it has been a busy week here in the Engadget community. There is just a ton of stuff happening behind the scenes (more on that next week), and there are a few dozen articles in the queue, and over a hundred registrations awaiting approval, an...

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11:33
The Week in iOS Apps: Make your pictures and videos...

New apps of the week

This week’s roundup features a couple of apps that add artistic flair to your pictures and videos. Read on!

BeCasso

Image by BeCasso

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11:30
Apple will sell students $630 of professional...

Enlarge / Final Cut Pro. (credit: Apple)

If you're a student, teacher, or staff member at a K-12 institution or college who is eligible for Apple's education pricing, the company is announcing a bundle that provides a substantial discount for its pro apps. Together, those apps would run you $630—$300 for Final Cut Pro, $200 for Logic Pro X, $50 for Motion, $50 for Compressor, and $30 for MainStage 3—but the bundled cost is just $200.

Interested buyers can purchase the bundle here. Mac App Store redemption codes will be e-mailed after checkout.

Apple doesn't charge for most of its consumer software these days—operating system updates...

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11:22
Lawsuit claims Apple broke FaceTime to force iOS 6...

Did Apple purposefully break iOS 6, rendering old iPhones unusable before their time? That’s the question at the heart of a new class-action lawsuit against the Cupertino company, which claims that Apple killed FaceTime in iOS 6 to avoid paying hefty licensing fees.

The basis of the lawsuit, first reported by AppleInsider, comes from details that emerged last year in VirnetX’s patent infringement suit against the company. VirnetX licenses patents to technology companies, and one of those patents covers peer-to-peer audio and video transfer; Apple used peer-to-peer transfer to power FaceTime. When VirnetX, which has been described as a “patent troll,” came after Apple, the company switched to another relay method for FaceTime, using...

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10:51
9to5Rewards: ColorWare’s customized MacBook &...

This week’s 9to5Rewards partner is ColorWare, who make some of our favorite customized skins (and also do custom paint jobs) for Apple accessories.

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10:30
A good deal: Apple offers special Pro Apps Bundle...

Apple’s iMovie and GarageBand are great apps for the general consumer to edit video and audio recordings on a Mac. However, if you want to take your production to the next level—we’re talking professional level—you need the tools found in Apple’s Pro Apps: Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion, Compressor, and MainStage. Those apps also have prices that reflect the professional-level tools they provide (in other words, they’re expensive).

To read this article in full or to...

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10:22
Happy Hour Podcast 105 | Latest LG UltraFine 5K woes...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss an update with LG’s UltraFine 5K Display problems, Apple Watch’s new Theater Mode, how dropping 32-bit app support could affect iOS, Apple’s record breaking quarter, and more. 9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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10:05
Apple display supplier Sharp turns first profits in...




Japan's beleaguered Sharp, a regular Apple LCD supplier, generated its first quarterly net profits in two years during the December quarter -- its first under the management of Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn.

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09:45
Apple introduces $199 Pro Apps Bundle for educators...

Apple has introduced a $199 Pro Apps Bundle for educators and students that includes versions of Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3, downloadable at the Mac App Store. 

All total, the software titles would cost $630 if purchased separately. The bundle is available for all faculty and staff at U.S educational institutions all the way from kindergarten through college.

Final Cut Pro X is Apple’s professional video editing software. Logic X is a music production app. Motion is a graphics tool for creating animated 3D titles, fluid transitions, and realistic effects for Final Cut Pro X. Compressor is an encoding companion app for Final Cut Pro X. MainStage is a live performance app that lets you take any sound from Logic Pro X to the concert stage.

After purchasing the Pro Apps Bundle, you’ll receive an email with content...

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09:43
'RunGunJumpGun' is currently free for...

If you're a fan of the weirdly fantastic indie game RunGunJumpGun, you'll be excited to hear that Amazon is offering a free download of the PC version for a limited time. The only catch is you need to have a Twitch Prime account, which you can access...

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09:42
2017 MacTech Pro dates and topics announced

Every year, MacTech produces live events for consultants, techs and IT pros who support those who use Apple technologies. The main event is always the MacTech Conference, but those who can't attend may have a better chance attending one of the nine regional MacTech Pro events that are planned for 2017. 

This year's events will be held in:

  • Seattle - March 15, 2017
  • Boston - April 5, 2017
  • Atlanta - May 3, 2017
  • Washington DC - May 24, 2017
  • Denver - June 28, 2017
  • New York - July 26, 2017
  • Orlando - August 9, 2017
  • Chicago - August 30, 2017
  • San Francisco - September 27, 2017

The topics chosen for the MacTech Pro events are designed to be both timely and useful for Apple IT professionals and include:

  • Creating a Storage Strategy: Integrating solutions for Cloud,...
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09:40
Daylite: Get organized. Get more done.

Thanks to Marketcircle for sponsoring The Loop this week.

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 21″ Retina 4K iMac (refurb) $1...

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09:19
Tech Industry Reacts to Trump's Immigration...


Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned from President Trump's business advisory council amid fierce blowback against the recent executive order on immigration, and in the wake of reports that several major Silicon Valley firms, including Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google, have been circulating a draft letter opposing Trump's action. Kalanick said he no longer would participate in the council after consumers railed against Uber for continuing to operate at JFK International Airport over the weekend in spite of a strike by taxi drivers.

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09:03
Vodafone abandons its pay-TV plans

In a fairly predictable move, Vodafone has said it's all but deserted plans to launch a pay-TV service in the UK. The company has barely touched on its televisual ambitions since announcing in spring 2015 that it expected to have something ready befo...

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09:02
Apple offers $199.99 Pro Apps Bundle for Education,...




On Friday, Apple rolled out a Pro Apps bundle for educators and students, giving purchasers of the $199 bundle download codes from the Mac App Store for Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3.

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Apple refuses Irish finance committee meeting for...




Apple has declined a second invitation to a meeting with a finance committee in Ireland over the European Commission's $14 billion tax ruling, while Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has accused the regulator of making a politically motivated decision.

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Apple now offers Final Cut, Logic, and other pro...

Apple is introducing a new education bundle for its professional creative apps that significantly discounts the entire collection. Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, and their companion apps can be purchased together through the bundle for $199…

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PS4 Pro might have a 'boost mode' to...

Sony's new PS4 Pro provides a noticeable visual upgrade to games that have been patched to take advantage of the console's extra horsepower. But what about all the rest of your games that developers haven't updated yet? Well, a thread over at the Neo...

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08:45
Nintendo is taking the Switch on a UK tour this month

Are the Joy-Cons too small? What is ARMS really like to play? If you have these or any other Switch-related questions, there's only way to get some definitive answers: Try the system yourself. Following its US preview tour, Nintendo is taking its lat...

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08:34
LG's fixing its 5K monitor to work near Wi-Fi...

LG has ended its silence on the router proximity problems for its 5K Mac monitor that rolled out in late 2016. The company recently told Recode that 5K monitors manufactured after February 2017 would add extra shielding to prevent them from freaking out near Wi-Fi routers.

As for existing monitors, it appears those can also be retrofitted against signal interference, as well. The report didn’t mention how existing monitor owners can have their displays repaired if necessary. LG's 5K monitor comes with a one year warranty that covers labor and parts, so it may be as simple as submitting a repair request on LG’s site. We’ve reached out to the company for clarification.

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08:33
∞ Apple introduces Pro Apps Bundle for Education

Apple on Friday released a new bundle of apps specifically for education customers. The apps include Final Cut Pro X ($299.99), Logic Pro X ($199.99), Motion 5 ($49.99), Compressor 4 ($49.99), and MainStage 3 ($29.99). Apple is selling the bundle for $199, which is quite a discount when you look at the regular price for the apps if purchased individually. […]

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Smart Home Diary: 16 HomeKit devices, and I’m...

I said last time that I was waiting for a grown-up to install my new light fittings for the Philips Hue lights, and this has now been done. This added a total of ten color & white spotlights across three rooms (living-room, office, and bedroom) and two white bulbs for the landing and hall.

The result is that all the lights bar the kitchen, bathroom and spare room are now HomeKit controlled.

Zac talked earlier about his HomeKit setup. In this piece, I’ll share my thoughts on the Philips Hue bulbs, from setup to use; describe how my revised setup works; show the kind of fun you can have with Hue lights; and explain why I now want even more …

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08:28
Boeing's Starliner space taxi will have over...

Boeing may have pushed the Starliner's first trip to the ISS back to 2018, but we're sure to get more details about the space taxi between now and then. Reuters reports the spacecraft will pack more than 600 3D-printed parts thanks to Boeing's recent...

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08:16
Apple CEO Tim Cook to receive honorary degree, give...




The University of Glasgow will award Apple CEO Tim Cook next Wednesday with an honorary doctorate of science, as well as host a "fireside chat" open to students, staff, and alumni, the Scottish institution announced on Friday.

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08:04
'Hearthstone' tournament has 48 teams...

Blizzard has revealed more details about the Global Games, its new Hearthstone eSports competition format that pits teams, rather than individual players, against each other. The tournament will feature 48 teams, each from a different country, compet...

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Facebook looks to build friend lists with '...




In a bid to encourage new connections between users and keep them engaged with the social network, Facebook is now gradually rolling out a "Discover People" feature across its apps for iOS and Android.

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How to watch Super Bowl LI live on iPhone, iPad, Mac...

This Sunday we’ll celebrate one of the biggest U.S. traditions of the year, the Super Bowl. This year’s game marks Super Bowl LI and sees the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons in Houston, TX.

As has been the case for the past few years, you have a few options for live streaming the game on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV…

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LG is fixing its 5K monitor so it'll work near...

It's not a good sign when your pricey new 5K monitor is affected by proximity to your wireless router. After reports of the monitor becoming unstable, if not unusable, when in close company -- under two meters away -- to WiFi routers. It's a difficul...

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07:36
Tim Cook to receive honorary degree from the...

Apple CEO Tim Cook will make an appearance at the University of Glasgow next week, on February 8th from 6PM to 7PM GMT. Cook will receive an honorary degree from the school followed by a ‘fireside chat’ and Q&A session. The event is only open to students and staff of the university — and sold out within an hour of being announced.

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The PS4 will soon support external drives and 3D...

It's been a little while since we last saw an update for the PlayStation 4, but that doesn't mean Sony hasn't been hammering away on new tweaks for the console. Today, the company unveiled plans for its version 4.50 (codenamed Sasuke) system update,...

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In filing for $3 billion IPO, Snapchat identifies...




Snap Inc, the company behind the Snapchat iOS app, is preparing an initial public offering which it hopes can raise $3 billion, with the Securities and Exchange Commission filing identifying Apple and its iMessage platform as one of its main competitors.

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The Engadget Podcast Ep 27: American Tune

Managing editor Dana Wollman and reviews editor Cherlynn Low join host Terrence O'Brien to discuss the biggest tech news of the week. First they'll debate OnePlus' benchmark scandal, then try to sort out why the ACLU is partnering with startup incuba...

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The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is a provocative and...

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

Video games have evolved and matured dramatically—particularly over the last decade—opening up new kinds of experiences that deliver far more personal and risqué stories than we could’ve imagined years back. It’s a marvel that something as raw and excruciatingly beautiful as That Dragon, Cancer can coexist on the App Store with a game as...

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HomeKit in iOS 10: Tim Cook’s routines, helpful...

During Apple’s Q1 earnings call this week, Tim Cook used HomeKit as an example of how the iPhone is expanding Apple’s ecosystem into new areas where it can innovate:

Our ecosystem is broadening to more and more of the areas where people spend their time. At the gym, on the go, in the home, and on the job. […]

And we are leading the industry by being the first to integrate home automation into a major platform with iOS 10.

As our resident HomeKit enthusiast, Cook discussing the feature during Apple’s earnings call caught my attention. Cook even describes how he’s personally using HomeKit. Below I’ll unpack exactly what Cook said about HomeKit, a bit about how I’m using it as well, and some helpful HomeKit resources.

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Fukushima radiation skyrockets after possible fuel...

Radiation levels inside the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor are over 100 times fatal levels, the highest they've been since the triple meltdown in March, 2011, according to operator Tepco. The company recently sent a camera-equipped robot into the...

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06:37
LG announces a fix for the UltraFine display/router...

Earlier in the week, 9to5Mac reported that the LG UltraFine 5K Display can be effectively unusable if placed near a Wi-Fi router with some kind of radio interference causing the monitor to regularly black out and hang the connected MacBook Pro.

LG says it has identified the hardware problem in which Wi-Fi routers within two feet of the display may result in signal interference issues — although, as I reported yesterday -- so far I’ve not encountered the problem. All new UltraFine units produced after February won’t affected as they will be fitted with “enhanced shielding.” Existing owners of the UltraFine 5K Display, recommended by Apple as the best companion to the 2016 MacBook Pro, will need to contact...

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06:20
Apple sued for ‘forcing’ iPhone users to upgrade to...

A class-action lawsuit has been filed in California, alleging that Apple schemed to force iPhone users to upgrade to iOS 7 in a bid to save money on a data services deal with Akamai, a move that rendered older hardware like iPhone 4 and 4S unusable, reports AppleInsider

Citing internal emails and sworn testimony from a VirnetX trial, the lawsuit alleges Apple devised a plan to "break" FaceTime on iOS 6 or earlier by causing a vital digital certificate to prematurely expire. Apple supposedly implemented the "FaceTime Break" on April 16, 2014, then blamed the sudden incompatibility on a bug, the lawsuit claims. 

The complaint goes on to cite an email chain from Apple engineers as evidence that rising Akamai fees spurred the company's actions. Last year Apple ditched Akamai (which the company had used for 15 years for its content...

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06:16
Government watchdog says SpaceX Falcon 9s are prone...

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rockets apparently have a serious issue that could delay the company's manned missions. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Government Accountability Office investigated both Boeing and SpaceX -- the corporations that won NASA...

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06:11
Apple (again) declines invitation to appear before...

Apple has again rejected an invitation to attend an Oireachtas committee and answer questions over an alleged €13bn in unpaid taxes owed to Ireland, reports the Irish Examiner. Oireachtas is the legislature of Ireland.

Criticising Brussels, which ruled Apple owes the money, the company told the Oireachtas finance committee the EU had got it wrong and its attack on Irish sovereignty was “dangerous.” While the finance committee previously Apple CEO Tim Cook to appear before TDs and senators, it agreed to once more ask the company to come before members. The second refusal was received this week.

In a letter to the committee, Apple senior director for government, Claire Thwaites defended its tax arrangements, attacked the European Commission, and outlined its commitment to Ireland, notes the Irish Examiner

“Apple...

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06:09
Apple exceeds targets in latest bond sale, raises $...




Looking to generate more money for its shareholder return program without repatriating foreign cash, Apple has completed a sale of $10 billion in bonds, with underwriters including Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and others.

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∞ Tina Fey, Steve Carell and more bring their old...

[VIDEO] I do love this spot. I’d love to see details on how it was made. What technology was used to bring the faces to life? See the main loop post for the video and a link to another spot I love.

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05:58
Apple will assemble iPhones in India starting in...

Apple will begin assembling iPhones in India by the end of April, heightening its focus on the world's fastest-growing major smartphone market. The Cupertino, California-based company has tapped Taiwan's Wistron Corp.) to put together the smartphones in the tech capital of Bangalore in Karnataka, said Priyank Kharge, the state's IT minister.

“Apple’s iPhones will be made in Bangalore and all devices will be targeted at the domestic market,” said Kharge, IT minister for Karnataka, of which Bangalore is the capital. Kharge said the state will help Apple if it decides to turn to other contract manufacturers in the region. “We did not discuss any other incentives,” he said.

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced on an earnings call this week that India is "the place to be.”

Getting a foothold in India has been a challenge for Apple. The company has...

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05:55
LG redesigned its 5K Mac display so it can be placed...

Recode:

LG has found a fix for a problem that left its high-end Mac monitor unable to work properly when placed within a few feet of a router.

An LG spokesman told Recode that the company is adding additional shielding to newly manufactured models.

And if you already own one:

Existing models will be able to be retrofitted with the enhanced shielding, which will allow the monitor to be placed near a router.

If you already bought one of these displays, be sure you register it, and check the LG web site for details.

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