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Friday March 10

05:45
French myCanal service now available on Apple TV...

French TV service myCanal came to Apple TV last year, but you needed a decoder box to view them. Apple has now announced that this is no longer needed. Subscribers can now view any myCanal channel on Apple TV without a connected decoder.

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05:31
You can now try out the hidden ‘floating’ iPad...

Back in January, developer Steven Troughton-Smith uncovered a new one-handed floating keyboard for iPad hidden inside an iOS 10.3 beta. He has now created a Swift Playground that allows you to play with the feature. It works with all iPads except the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

In case you wanted to check out iOS 10’s unpublished ‘floating’ iPad keyboard, here’s a Swift Playground for you: https://t.co/nuUV8XsmeO

— Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) March 10, 2017

The feature works in a similar way to picture-in-picture, creating a keyboard that takes up less room than the standard one and can be moved around the screen to position it in a place where it doesn’t cover the content you’re typing …

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05:30
How to manage windows on macOS Sierra’s desktop

It’s easy to manage windows on macOS Sierra’s Desktop and the Finder. The Desktop is the space where you see file, folder, and application windows. It’s not to be confused with the Finder, the default file manager and graphical user interface on your Mac. 

When you open an app or the Finder, it opens a window on the desktop. Only one app at a time is active; the menu bar shows the name of the active app.

Some apps, such as Safari or Mail, let you open multiple windows or different types of windows at the same time. macOS provides several ways to manage open apps and windows—for example, you can merge an app’s open windows into one tabbed window.

To move a window, drag it by its title bar to where you want it. To align windows, drag a window close to another one—as the window nears the other one, it aligns without overlapping. You can position multiple windows adjacent to each other.

To make adjacent windows the same size, drag the edge you want to resize...

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05:00
CleanMyMac 3: a threequel that's better than...

CleanMyMac from MacPaw is an all-in-one macOS (10.8 and higher) solution designed to keep your Mac clean and to secure space from your Mac’s hard drive. It was a solid app with versions 1.x and 2.x; version 3.0 is even better.

Why do you need CleanMyMac since macOS does its own system upkeep. The Mac runs its own maintenance scripts once a day, a week and a month. However, there are still files like universal binaries, localization files, hidden trashes, and others that take lots of space and remain untouched by these scripts. Enter CleanMyMac, which prompts user to scan his/her Mac every month if other period is not set by the user.

Version 2 introduced a new complex solution for reclaiming extra hard drive space and keeping your Mac well-organized. The cleaning functionality of CleanMyMac 2 was enhanced by more sophisticated scanning algorithms and additional features like iPhoto Cleanup and...

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04:59
This could be our best look yet at what to expect...

A lot of the iPhone 8 renders doing the rounds are just fantasy ones – created without any reference to reported features or, indeed, to practicality. We’ve seen several recent ones, for example, where the display covers the entire front of the phone – something believed to be a long-term goal of Jony Ive, but not something we’re expecting to see in the iPhone 8.

But a set of renders posted on the Chinese social media site Weibo do a decent job of matching the actual reports we’ve been...

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04:04
Lightroom CC 2015.9 and Lightroom 6.9

Fixes a number of bugs and adds support for new cameras and lenses ($149 new or $9.99 monthly Creative Cloud subscription, free update)

 

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Thursday March 9

22:04
ChronoSync 4.7.4

Improves cloud sync performance and responsiveness of the Analyze Panel. ($49.99 new, free update, 41.2 MB)

 

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21:28
UBS analyst says Apple is an ‘anti-fragile monopoly...

UBS analyst Steven Milunovich today issued a new investor note in which he asks the question, “Is Apple an anti-fragile monopoly?” The note was obtained by Business Insider and focuses on Apple’s place in the smartphone market and its potentially monopolistic power…

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19:44
John Carmack sues ZeniMax for unpaid acquisition...

Oculus CTO John Carmack has personally joined the litigation war between his company and ZeniMax. He has just filed a lawsuit against the media firm for refusing to pay the rest of what it owes him for id Software's $150 million acquisition in 2009....

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19:22
Marines had swapped nude photos of female soldiers...

Last Saturday, the California-based Center for Investigative Reporting revealed that a Facebook group, Marines United, had been distributing nude photos of servicewomen for some time. US Naval authorities immediately began investigating hundreds of M...

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19:05
Apple lobbies against 'right to repair'...




As reported earlier this year, Apple has sent delegates to officially oppose the passage of a so-called "right to repair" bill in Nebraska that would require the company to provide consumers and third-party repair shops access to service manuals and parts.

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18:47
What would happen if you microwaved a non-microwave-...

Just to be on the safe side, I never microwave anything in the container it comes in.

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18:41
Lowest prices of the year! 13" MacBook Pro w/...




Shoppers can take advantage of the lowest prices of the year on Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, at just $1,549 with no tax in 48 states. Or save $429 on Apple's 2016 15" MacBook Pro with AppleCare. A 27" iMac 5K is also $260 off with AppleCare, and Apple's Magic Trackpad 2 is $99 with our exclusive coupon.

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18:19
'Gran Turismo Sport' closed beta kicks off...

Like seemingly every Polyphony Digital game, Gran Turismo Sport has been a long time in coming... but you might not have to wait much longer to give it a spin. Polyphony has announced a Gran Turismo Sport closed beta that will start March 17th for PS...

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17:57
Caption contest: What are Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai...

While often made out to be fierce competitors, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently shared dinner and a conversation together in Sillicon Valley. Images of the meal were shared on Facebook and discovered on MacGeneration.

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17:47
Quick take video review: CalDigit TS3 Lite...




Appleinsider reviews the new CalDigit TS3 Lite, one of the first Thunderbolt 3 docks on the market that promises to solve adapter woes for 2016 MacBook Pro users.

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17:34
'Many' Android exploits in WikiLeaks CIA...

Apple isn't the only company scrambling to reassure the public that it has fixed most of the CIA exploits revealed in WikiLeaks' latest disclosure. Google tells CNET it's "confident" that security patches and safeguards already protect you against "...

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17:18
Google Chrome for iOS gaining new Safari Reading...

Earlier today, Google pushed the stable version of Chrome 57 to Mac, Windows, and Linux users. This means that Chrome 57 for iOS is next around the corner and one of the features that will arrive as part of that update is a Reading List feature similar to that of what’s currently support in Safari…

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16:59
Telltale's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'...

Telltale Games announced it's working with Marvel on a Guardians of the Galaxy game last year. Now, we're getting a sneak peek at the episodic adventure, along with details about its launch date and voice cast.

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16:38
Twitter's next anti-abuse measure cordons off...

Twitter is taking another step toward curtailing abuse on the platform. But, it seems like the microblogging service is being a tad overzealous. Now, rather than just marking certain attached media as potentially offensive, it's doing so for entire p...

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16:30
How to charge your iPhone faster

Fast charging is a feature on many Android phones, allowing them to gain as much as 50 percent battery in 30 minutes in most instances. We have yet to see Apple officially bring much innovation in this space to the iPhone (hopefully we will later this year), however there are a couple tricks you can use to charge up faster than normal…

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16:19
Apple Store app for iOS updated with performance...

Apple today has pushed a minor update to the Apple Store application on iOS. The update brings the app to version 4.2 and while it doesn’t add any major new features, Apple says it is full of under-the-hood improvements.

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16:12
'Uncharted 4' leads this year's BAFTA...

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is a big Naughty Dog fan, apparently. It announced the nominees for this year's video game awards, and Uncharted 4 leads the way with eight nominations, including Best Game, Music and Narrative....

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15:44
Trippy rhythm-action game 'Thumper' is...

No matter what platform you own, you'll be able to play last year's excellent rhythm game, Thumper. Developer Drool writes on Xbox Wire that the equally trippy and violent music game will make its way to Xbox One sometime this spring, teasing that mo...

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15:41
Notable apps and app updates for March 9, 2017

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Kuyi Mobile has introduced Pocket Arcade 1.0.2. The free game brings the physical arcade experience to your fingertips with four mini-games to test players' arcade skills and prowess.

Endless Arcade has served up Pizza Milk 1.0. In the free game, players tap the screen when they want to dunk their pizza and “hope it hits milky heaven for the perfect pizza-milk union.”

macOS Apps/Updates

Readdle has updated its PDF Expert app for...

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15:40
Black Lab Linux 8.0 Is a Rare Treat


The latest release of Black Lab Linux, an Ubuntu 16.04-based distribution, adds a Unity desktop option. You will not find Unity offered by any other major -- or nearly any minor -- Linux distributor outside of Ubuntu. Black Lab Linux 8.0, the consumer version of PC/OpenSystems' flagship distro, also updates several other prominent desktop options. Black Lab Linux is a general purpose community distribution for home users and SMBs. Black Lab Enterprise Linux, its commercial counterpart, targets businesses that want support services.

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15:39
AWT News Update: March 9, 2017

The new, smaller Google Charleston East campus plans

We have news from around the world of Apple today, including how a nearby neighbor has scaled back headquarters building plans and more:

  • Google's grandiose plans for a huge, glass-enclosed "city" as a corporate campus have been drastically scaled back
  • Apple retail stores in Jacksonville, FL, Nanjing, China, and Grand Rapids, Michigan are either opening soon or are in the planning loop for expansion
  • Apple Genius Bar employees will no longer get the opportunity to travel to the "mothership" for hands-on training

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15:29
Apple an 'antifragile monopoly,' more...




In spite of views by some investors and critics, Apple is an "antifragile monopoly" that can withstand competition from other giants in the high-tech sector like Amazon and Google, an analyst argued on Thursday.

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15:20
Contact your Senator with a fax-sending bot

The rallying cry to contact your member of Congress is louder than ever these days, but actually reaching them isn't very easy. Even if they accept email, they're far more likely to acknowledge a faxed message -- but who actually has a fax machine i...

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14:55
'Elder Scrolls' digital card game launches...

Elder Scrolls Legends, a digital card game set in publisher Bethesda's fantasy universe, has just come out of a year-long beta period. The strategy title is ready to play on PC right now, and is coming to iPad on March 23rd. Android tablet support is...

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14:28
The Wirecutter's best deals: Save $50 on a...

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to buy The Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, they may earn affiliate commissions that support their work. Read their c...

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14:26
Google radically scales back glassy new HQ plans,...




Less than two years ago, Google unveiled plans to build a new campus project as a vast open air city replete with greenery, inside of a massive glass greenhouse atrium. Now, the company is forwarding plans to build a basic tent-shaped building.

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14:09
Plex turns any cloud folder into an instant media...

After a slightly rocky beta test, Plex's new cloud-based media server is now ready for public consumption. Rather than relying on a media server PC or a networked storage drive, Plex Cloud allows users to stream their own media libraries from Dropbox...

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13:44
Plex Cloud emerges from beta, turns cloud storage...




Plex on Thursday announced the official launch of Plex Cloud, bringing the remote media access feature out of beta for people with a Plex Pass subscription.

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13:40
Google's 4K digital whiteboard will retail for...

Google announced pricing and availability for its upcoming 4k digital whiteboard, dubbed the Jamboard, during its Next cloud computing conference in San Francisco on Thursday. The company first unveiled the device back in October and expects it to re...

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13:33
Gmail now supports native, business focused add-ons...

Gmail on its own is already a very powerful email client, offering useful features and direct integration with Google’s other services, like Google Drive. However, there’s always room for improvement. Today, Google has announced that Gmail will add support for native add-ons.

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13:19
Facebook’s Messenger Day is yet another Snapchat...

Following the success of Instagram Stories, Facebook is bringing slideshows to its Messenger app, as well. 

On Thursday, Facebook launched Messenger Day, a new feature that lets people share live video and photo slideshows. Messenger Day has a lot of similarities to Instagram Stories that debuted in November 2016. Facebook Messenger users can add fun filters to their images, send them to one friend, or share them with the world, and they’ll disappear after 24 hours. Messenger Day updates will roll out to everyone with the latest version of the iOS and Android apps.

Both Messenger Day and Instagram Stories seem to have been inspired by Snapchat, which originally popularized disappearing slideshows. To help set Messenger Day apart, Facebook has made these disappearing slideshows more about jumpstarting a conversation with friends or making plans rather than about documenting your life....

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13:17
Once-banned Vigilante app now warns of nearby...

Late last year, Sp0n released a Vigilante mobile app that was supposed to warn you of nearby crimes and emergencies. Or rather, it tried to release the app -- Apple quickly pulled the title after worrying that the name and focus encouraged users to t...

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13:12
How bored bookstore employees entertain themselves

This is brilliant. Makes me want to go to a bookstore and do the same thing. Now, if only I could find a bookstore.

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12:54
Retinal implant could add years to your eyesight

Scientists have been struggling to fight retinal degeneration in an elegant way. The most practical solution so far involves external devices that send wires to the back of your eyes. There might be a much more graceful approach before long, however....

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12:50
WikiLeaks will share CIA hacking tools with Apple,...

After WikiLeaks dumped more than 8,000 documents leaked from inside the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence, Apple said it had already fixed most of the exploits the agency had found to hack into iPhones. But without seeing the code the CIA has, Apple can’t be sure it’s fixed all of those bugs. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Thursday he will share the code, which was withheld from the published documents, with tech companies like Apple.

“We have decided to work with [tech companies] to give them exclusive access to the additional technological details we have so that fixes can be developed and pushed out,” Assange said in a live-streamed press conference from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he lives. “Once this material is effectively disarmed by us we will publish additional details.”

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12:46
Apple tops Laptop Mag's Tech Support Showdown...

The 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar was a — to say the least — controversial upgrade, but if you want the best possible tech support for a laptop, buy a MacBook. For the third consecutive year, Apple has topped Laptop Mag'sTech Support Showdown report, nabbing honors for its strong combination of phone and web-based assistance. 

Part of Purch's tech brand portfolio, Laptop Mag's Tech Support Showdown has been a popular consumer guide for over 10 years. In a dramatic improvement over prior years, Acer is now the top-rated Windows PC vendor for support. Lenovo took third place, because of its speedy call-back service and wide variety of online support options.

To research each company included in the Tech Support Showdown, Laptop Mag reporters went undercover, making support calls and querying the support sites, live chat and social media responses from the...

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12:39
Google is ready to take over your office chat with...

Google's work of transitioning Hangouts from being its default chat app to a more business focus is nearly complete. First up is the formally announced Hangouts Meet. Sound familiar? That's because it semi-officially arrived at the first of the month...

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12:22
Google Hangouts split into enterprise-focused, Slack...

With the launch of Allo and Duo last year, Google telegraphed that Hangouts would become an enterprise product. Today, the service is being fully revamped into Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet. The former is a Slack-like group chat app, while the latter improves video conferencing.

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12:18
The Corel Painter 2017 software bundle

It’s the Digital Artist’s Dream Bundle: Corel Painter 2017, AfterShot 3, ParticleShop, & Over 10 Hours of Corel-Approved Training.

The bundle would cost $768 is bought separately, but it’s on for $248.

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11:59
Why the 'iPhone 8' may see Apple finally...




Conflicting rumors peg the 2017 iPhone refresh to boast OLED screens in just the "iPhone 8," or the high-end model and in the "iPhone 7s," or in nothing at all. AppleInsider examines the technology, and discusses why -- or why not -- it may make an appearance later in the year.

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11:49
Qualcomm, Microsoft to Give Cloud Services a Speed...


Qualcomm has announced a collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate next-generation cloud services on the 10nm Qualcomm Centriq 2400 ARM-based platform. The collaboration will span multiple future generations of hardware, software and systems. The companies have been working for several years on ARM-based server enablement. They have been optimizing a version of Windows Server for ARM running on the Centriq 2400. "When two vendors see synergies, good things can happen," said Holger Mueller, a principal analyst at Constellation Research.

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11:47
Prepare to be amazed by this 340-year-old smart lock

The Verge:

Do you think technology from circa 1680 can still surprise and delight in the age of the iPhone and Alexa? I didn’t, but boy was I wrong.

I often forget this when looking at the human timeline from my 21st century vantage point. Then last weekend I discovered the “detector Lock” in the Rijksmuseum, created by British locksmith John Wilkes. The lock (and those like it) is a triumph of 17th century technology and a precursor to the so-called “smart locks” we see flooding the market today.

Make sure you watch the associated video. This technology is cool now. It must have seemed like magic 340 years

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11:46
Relocated Jacksonville Apple store to open on Mar....




A bigger, relocated Apple store in Jacksonville, Fla. will open this Saturday at 10 a.m. local time, Apple has announced. Meanwhile a shop in Grand Rapids, Mich. is also set to expand, and a completely new outlet will soon open in the Chinese city of Nanjing.

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11:34
Apple Pencil charging concept utilizes magnetic iPad...




Newly filed patent applications from Apple reveal new ideas the iPad producer has for the Apple Pencil, with images showing a way to charge a version of the stylus with the Smart Connector port.

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11:24
The frustrated Steve Jobs

I love Segall’s reminisces about his time at Apple. I was privy to one of these outbursts many years ago when I was in the room as Jobs called a well-known tech columnist and chewed his ass off for a good five minutes. It was a magnificent example of barely controlled fury, peppered with some remarkable curse words.

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11:11
Apple among the top three ‘most intimate’ brands for...

MBLM, a “brand intimacy agency,” has revealed that 10 out of the 15 industries studied in its Brand Intimacy 2017 Report are more successful in creating and maintaining intimacy with men than women. 

The report, which the company says is the largest study of brands based on emotions, also found that for women, the top three most intimate brands are Apple, Disney and Amazon. Brand intimacy is defined as “a new paradigm that leverages and strengthens the emotional bonds between a person and a brand.”According to the 2017 report, top ranked intimate brands continued to outperform the S&P and Fortune 500 indices in revenue and profit over the past 10 years. 

The remaining brands in the top 10 most intimate for women are: Target, Netflix, Honda, Samsung, Whole Foods, Toyota and Google. For men, the top 10 brands are: Apple, Harley Davidson, Nintendo, Chevrolet, Amazon, HBO, Xbox, BMW, Whole Foods and Google. 

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11:06
Plex Cloud exits beta, lets you instantly create a...

Last fall Plex introduced its new Plex Cloud feature as an invite-only beta for some users. After four months of development and testing, Plex shared today that it’s finally ready to officially launch Plex Cloud to the public.

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10:58
Apple tightening up on App Store restrictions

Apple is beginning to “more uniformly” enforce a restriction in place since the debut of the Apple App Store in 2008, and is notifying developers that it will refuse approval to new apps or updates that include mechanisms to update or alter pre-approved app behavior outside the App Store, notes AppleInsider.

Developers, sometimes with apps already approved and for sale, are receiving a notification from Apple informing them of the issue, and advising them to remove offending code prior to the next update. Apple cites two relevant rules in the message, specifically, section 3.3.2 of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement and App Store Review Guideline 2.5.2.

Both rules have been in place since store debuted. However, popular...

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10:45
iPad Diaries: optimizing Apple Notes

MacStories:

Notes in 2017 isn’t too different from its iOS 9 debut. Apple added integration with the Pencil in late 2015, private notes with iOS 9.3, and they brought sharing and collaboration features in iOS 10, but the app’s core experience is still based on the foundation laid two years ago. Unlike, say, Apple Music or Apple News, Notes has remained familiar and unassuming, which gives it an aura of trustworthiness and efficiency I don’t perceive in other built-in Apple apps (except for Safari).

Viticci is an iPad Warrior and does a deep dive into what seems like a simplistic iOS app. It doesn’t have to

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10:43
Apple Genius training from a former student

I found Stephen Hackett’s account, and notes, of his training to be interesting.

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10:41
Facebook's latest Snapchat Stories clone,...




Facebook on Thursday announced the global availability of Messenger Day, a feature within its Messenger app for Android and Apple's iPhone and iPad that appears to be directly based off Snapchat's Stories feature.

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10:32
Curling: Not falling on your face is just the 1st...

Every now and then, some sportswriter gets it in his head that curling is easy and anyone can do it so they go out and try it. They always get proven wrong. It’s a more physical, challenging sport than what you imagine and also very technical.

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10:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: $200 off MacBook Air, Beats...

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10:31
This desert in the Southwest is experiencing a...

If you are a photographer and live anywhere in the area, you owe it to yourself to get out and shoot this. The pictures on the story make the area look absolutely amazing.

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10:31
Airbnb raises $1 billion in funding

Online room renting service Airbnb Inc said on Thursday it had raised $1 billion in its latest round of funding, valuing the company at $31 billion.

Investors clearly believe the company will overcome all of the issues its having with cities putting restrictions on rentals.

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09:40
Korean corruption trial begins for Samsung head Jay...




The acting head of the Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee, was put on trial in South Korea on Thursday, facing allegations that he funneled money to a close friend of the country's President in order to gain influence and consolidate power.

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09:37
Classical music in Stanley Kubrick’s films: listen...

I know what I’m going to be listening to for the next four hours.

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09:30
QardioArm blood pressure monitor now available in...

QardioArm Blood Pressure Monitor. Photo © 2015, Steven Sande

Those who live the "connected selves" life like to keep track of many data points, including blood pressure. One of the finest connected blood pressure monitors available today is the QardioArm Blood Pressure Monitor (Apple World Today review link), which has been available in Apple's online store since December of 2015. Now you'll be able to find the $99.95 QardioArm at your local Apple retail store

Oddly, the online Apple Store is currently showing "unavailable" status for the device, which uses four AAA batteries and connects to any device using iOS 8 or later. The...

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09:27
Developers can no longer edit App Store descriptions...

Overnight, developers have noticed a silent policy change to iTunes Connect interface which does not seem to have been formally announced by Apple.

Developers are no longer able to edit descriptions, update notes or any other metadata for their apps without making a new version, which must be submitted to App Review for approval …

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09:20
Foxconn chairman raises uncertainties over building...




Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn has yet to decide whether or not to proceed with plans to jointly invest in a $7 billion facility in the U.S., with Chairman Terry Gou expressing concerns over government incentives, supply chain issues, and a shortage of skilled labor in the country.

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09:01
Facebook rolling out its latest Snapchat Stories...

Facebook has officially announced its new Messenger Day feature for iOS and Android after previously testing the Snapchat Stories clone with a limited number of users. Messenger Day is rolling out globally to Facebook’s Messenger app beginning today.

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08:54
Apple begins strictly enforcing rule that prohibits...




Apple is starting to more uniformly enforce a restriction in place since the beginning of the App Store, and is notifying developers pro-actively that it will refuse approval to new apps or updates that include mechanisms to update or alter pre-approved app behavior outside the app store.

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08:33
WikiLeaks: We’ll work with tech firms to defeat CIA...

Associated Press:

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his group will work with technology companies to help defend them against the Central Intelligence Agency’s hacking tools.

In an online press conference, Assange acknowledged that companies had asked for more details about the CIA cyberespionage toolkit whose existence he purportedly revealed in a massive leak published Tuesday.

Assange said Thursday that “we have decided to work with them, to give them some exclusive access to some of the technical details we have, so that fixes can be pushed out.”

The CIA has so far declined to comment on the authenticity of the leak.

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08:03
Bumpr for macOS helps you manage multiple browsers...

Bumpr is a new macOS utility that lets you easily decide which apps to use when opening URLs. The app works with both browser URLs and email composition links and makes running multiple browsers and email clients easier to manage.

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07:49
U.S. iPhone factory idea thrown into doubt by...

The idea that Foxconn might establish an iPhone assembly factory in the United States – something which had already seemed unlikely – has been thrown into further doubt by remarks made by the company’s chairman.

Apple reportedly asked both Foxconn and Pegatron to look into the possibility of bringing iPhone assembly into the U.S. following threats by President Trump to impose hefty import tariffs on products imported from China. Pegatron reportedly refused outright, while Foxconn agreed to investigate the idea.

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07:44
Apple exposes how it teaches new languages to Siri,...




A report on Thursday offered a behind-the-scenes look at how Apple introduces new languages for Siri, suggesting that broader language support is one of the few things keeping the voice assistant competitive in the face of rivals from Amazon and Google.

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07:37
Apple offering refurbished 2016 MacBook Pros without...

Apple has updated its refurbished products online store to add the 13-inch 2016 MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar. It was originally released in October of 2016. 

A limited number of models available for purchase with prices discounted by up to $390. Apple offers 12% to 16% off, depending on the laptop’s configuration.

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07:31
Apple-backed Didi to open AI lab in Mountain View,...

The Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing — in which Apple is an investor — is opening an artificial intelligence lab in Mountain View, California, reports re/code. This is one of the first times it has expanded its physical footprint outside of China.

Didi has poached Charlie Miller, the famed engineer who hacked and stopped a Jeep remotely, away from none other than Uber’s self-driving department to lead Didi’s security and safety development teams, reports re/code. Miller announced he was leaving Uber last week.

Didi Chuxing announced on May 13, 2016, that Apple had invested $1 billion in the company. For the Cupertino, California-based company, the investment in Didi highlights the strategic importance of China and the services segment for Apple’s future strategy, according to Jack Kent, director, Operators & Mobile Media at...

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07:22
WiFiSLAM founder leaves Apple to become CEO of StartX

The founder of WiFiSLAM, which Apple scooped up three years ago — is leaving the tech giant for another job.  Joseph Huang will become the CEO of StartX, the startup accelerator that initially helped launch WiFiSLAM, according to TechCrunch. He will replace Cameron Teitelman, who is shifting into a chairman position.

StartX is an independent entity that has partnered with both Stanford University & Stanford Health Care. It’s an industry- and stage-agnostic nonprofit organization that seeks “to identify promising entrepreneurs in the university network and help them develop through experiential education, funding and a vast network of both mentors and investors.”

Huang is an alumnus of StartX. While he’s spent the last four years at Apple, he’s remained active in the StartX community, moonlighting as a mentor and adviser, according to TechCrunch.

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07:21
The world’s finest logos

Logobook purports to curate and feature the world’s finest logos, symbols and trademarks.

An interesting project, worth digging through, especially if you need to create a logo of your own.

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07:14
How Siri learns a new language

Stephen Nellis, Reuters:

There is at least one thing Siri can do that the other assistants cannot: speak 21 languages localized for 36 countries, a very important capability in a smartphone market where most sales are outside the United States.

Microsoft Cortana, by contrast, has eight languages tailored for 13 countries. Google’s Assistant, which began in its Pixel phone but has moved to other Android devices, speaks four languages. Amazon’s Alexa features only English and German. Siri will even soon start to learn Shanghainese, a special dialect of Wu Chinese spoken only around Shanghai.

And:

At Apple, the company starts working on a new language by bringing in humans to read passages in a range of accents and dialects, which are then transcribed by hand so the computer has an exact representation of the spoken text to learn from, said Alex Acero, head of the speech team at Apple. Apple also captures a range of sounds in a variety of voices. From there...

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07:07
How to turn off iMessage notifications for unknown...

Solid, simple tip from iDownloadBlog.

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07:01
Apple patent applications show an Apple Pencil with...

Apple has applied for a variety of patents regarding the current and future iterations of the Apple Pencil. Four patents (numbers 20170068342, 20170068341, 20170068340, and 20170068339) for a “stylus for electronic devices” involve the design and functionality of the current model. Another shows the Apple Pencil being used with a touchscreen Mac.

Though patent 20170068342 concerns the design and functions of the Pencil, it also shows a model that would connect to the Smart Connector of an iPad Pro for charging. 

Patent number 20170068330 involves “preprocessing for nonlinear stylus profiles.” The goal is for Apple Pencils to have an increased ability to accurately calculate the position of the stylus on a touch-sensitive device. The interesting thing about this patent is that it shows a laptop with a touch screen.

Patent number 20170068344 is for an “active stylus precision tip.” In the patent filing, Apple...

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07:01
Readdle launches PDF Expert 2.2 for Mac w/ improved...

Popular PDF Expert app for Mac is getting a notable update today from developer Readdle with version 2.2 bringing a redesigned, new and improved UI alongside better search and more.

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06:59
CIA responds to 'Vault 7' hack leak,...




The CIA has issued a statement criticizing the massive WikiLeaks reveal of its iPhone, macOS, Android, and Windows hacking department, amidst international outcry about the leak -- and tens of thousands more documents are allegedly on the way.

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06:53
Shatner’s seat, the small black triangle on the...

Quora question:

I always see this small black triangle on the inside of airplane walls. What does it mean or do?

And the answer:

The black triangle marks the location of what has been called “William Shatner’s Seat,” the seat with the clearest view of the wing. This is the place inside the airplane from which you can get the best visual check for ice or other problems. The Shatner reference is to one of the strangest Twilight Zone episodes, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, which first aired on October 11, 1963. In it, Shatner’s character sees a gremlin on the wing of the plane he’s a passenger on.

Not sure if this is true, but I did a bit of lookup and there are a number of forums that tell a similar story. Great bit of trivia for your next flight, or the next time you meet William Shatner.

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06:45
TouchRetouch Review: Removing unwanted objects from...

Jake Underwood, MacStories, shows off TouchRetouch, an iOS app that makes it easy to remove objects from photos.

This is like magic to me, removing an object from a photo and using context to replace background in the photo that the camera cannot see.

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06:41
Tech firms rush to assess damage from CIA leak

Wall Street Journal:

Just after 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning, mobile phones belonging to executives on Apple Inc.’s security team began to ring. WikiLeaks had just published a massive trove of documents, purportedly taken from the Central Intelligence Agency, that described the spy agency’s intrusion capabilities for computers and other gadgets, including iPhones.

Apple engineers quickly began calling colleagues to bring them up to speed on the data dump and to coordinate the company’s response to this new security threat, according to a person familiar with the situation.

WikiLeaks dumps, the rest of the world jumps.

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06:20
Apple engineers working to address remaining CIA...

The WSJ reports that Apple engineers are working to address the remaining iOS exploits reportedly used by the CIA, but they and other tech companies are being hampered by two factors. The first is lack of any access to the code itself.

Apple engineers quickly began calling colleagues to bring them up to speed on the data dump and to coordinate the company’s response to this new security threat, according to a person familiar with the situation […]

Companies now find themselves in a difficult position: They believe that at least two organizations have access to hacking code that exploits their products — the CIA and WikiLeaks — but neither one is sharing this software …

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06:15
PowerVR Furian GPUs could bring 4K video, improved...

The next generation of iPhone could feature a pretty dead sexy new graphics processor.

Imagination Technologies today announced PowerVR Furian, its next-generation GPU architecture that promises significant improvements in graphics performance and power efficiency that could benefit future iPhones.

The Furian architecture is stated to offer up to a 70 to 90 percent improvement in real-world gaming performance by density, including 35 percent better shader performance and 80 percent better fill rate, compared to a similar sized and clocked Series7XT Plus GPU based on current-generation PowerVR Rogue architecture.

It’s also stated that the PowerVR Furian architecture could offer lower power consumption, thereby equating to longer battery life where graphics-related tasks are concerned.

Apple’s graphics chip in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is a custom-designed version of the Series7XT Plus, and many earlier iPhone models are also based on PowerVR Rogue...

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06:07
External Link: Apple Says It Has Already Patched...

Wikileaks has published an extensive collection of vulnerabilities that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency reportedly uses to infiltrate computer systems, including iOS. However, Apple says that it has already patched most of these security holes, telling TechCrunch, “While our initial analysis indicates that many of the issues leaked today were already patched in the latest iOS, we will continue work to rapidly address any identified vulnerabilities.” Stories like this illustrate why, even if you don’t install every update immediately, it’s a good idea to keep your devices up to date.

 

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06:00
Apple offers 2016 MacBook Pro without Touch Bar on...

If you were hankering for a late 2016 MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar, it just went online in Apple’s refurbished store.

Although selection is somewhat limited, Apple is offering two models via its refurbished store, one in silver and another in space gray. The first comes in at $1,869 and packs 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, an Intel Core i7 2.4Ghz processor, and silver casing.The second model includes all of the same specifications, but you’ll get 1TB of storage with the included SSD and space gray casing. This model comes in at $2,209.

The refurbished units arrive with a one-year warranty as well as a 14-day return window.

Supply for refurbished Apple products can vary wildly, so don’t expect these machines to be around for too long.

Happy shopping and stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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06:00
Half the AirPods for a Tenth the Price

If Apple’s AirPods are just too pricey for you, and you’re looking for an inexpensive wireless audio solution, Adam Engst has identified a category of cheap, single-ear Bluetooth earbuds that are worthy of consideration. Just don’t expect AirPods quality from a device that costs between $5 and $20.

 

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05:46
Renault supporting CarPlay in Megane, Scenic,...

Renault has announced that many of its new cars will offer CarPlay compatibility from April.

R-LINK 2, available in Megane, Scenic, Talisman, etc will be compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Our clients will benefit of the widest combination ever: onboard R-LINK apps and Google/Apple apps. All integrated onto the car screen – with easy switch from one to the other. The customer has the choice, safely, thanks to voice control straight from the steering wheel.

The announcement is a little vague – including that ‘etc’ in the quote above – but appears to indicate that CarPlay support will not be available in either the Clio or Captur …

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05:30
How to open docs and downloads from stacks

You can open documents and downloads from “stacks” in macOS Sierra. A stack is a folder shortcut in the Dock that provides fast, direct access to files in a folder. 

A stack can contain anything you can place in a folder. When you click a stack, it springs open. You can drag items in and out of stacks, just as you do with regular folders.

By default, the Dock comes with a Downloads stack so you can easily access items you download from the Internet, receive as attachments, or accept using AirDrop.     To open a stack, click it in the Dock. To open a file in a stack, click it in the open stack.

To open the corresponding folder, click Open in the Finder.

To change a stack’s preferences, control-click the stack, then select how files are sorted, whether the stack looks like a folder or stack, and how items in the stack are displayed. To add a stack, drag a folder to the right of the Dock’s separator line.

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05:16
‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in...

FBI Director James Comey – who has previously attacked Apple for refusing to create a weak version of iOS to allow government access to iPhones – has said that Americans have no right to expect absolute privacy. CNN has a video clip of Comey making the statement yesterday at a Boston College conference on cybersecurity.

Even our communications with our spouses, with our clergy members, with our attorneys are not absolutely private in America […] There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America; there is no place outside of judicial reach …

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05:00
The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is a convenient (...

Western Digital has increased the capacity of its line of iOS mobile flash drives with the introduction of the 256GB SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick, a plastic USB flash drive that measures 3.08 x 0.82 x 0.48 inches and weighs 0.8 ounces. It’s a nice accessory for iPhones and iPads, though it has drawbacks.

The Wireless Stick allows iOS device users to store and stream more content. It works in conjunction with the SanDisk Connect app — a free download at the Apple App Store — that enables management of content between iPhones, iPads, iPod touches, Macs and PCs viapassword-protected Wi-Fi connectivity. The app can stream music, videos or HD movies to three devices at a time. SanDisk Connect also supports streaming on large displays using AirPlay and an Apple TV.

This is very convenient. However, connecting wirelessly to a computer is still less convenient than...

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04:43
After legal scuffle, Uber gets permit to test self-...

Uber Technologies’ self-driving cars could be returning to California soon after state authorities permitted the company to test the vehicles.

The ride-hailing company is now listed by the California Department of Motor Vehicles as one of over 20 companies, including Waymo, Tesla and Baidu,  that have been issued autonomous vehicle testing permits as of Wednesday.

The resumption of the tests that were stopped abruptly in December over Uber’s refusal to take a permit from the DMV reflects a significant change of stand by the company, which had argued that its vehicles did not need the permit as the rules apply to cars that can drive without someone controlling or monitoring them.

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04:22
Apple speech team head explains how Siri learns a...

One area where Apple is the undisputed king of the personal assistant space is localization; Siri supports twenty four languages across 36 country dialects. In contrast, Google’s Assistant can only understand five languages and Alexa (popularized by the Amazon Echo) just two, English and German.

iOS 10.3 is introducing another language, Shanghainese, extending its international advantage even more. In an interview with Reuters, Apple’s head of speech explains how Siri is taught to learn a whole new language …

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02:37
Apple patent filing sheds light on iPhone 7 Plus...




An Apple patent application published Thursday details an intelligent method of introducing photo background blur using a depth map compiled from data captured by a stereo camera system. The document could shed light on the inner workings of Portrait Mode on iPhone 7 Plus, details of which are sparse.

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Wednesday March 8

22:01
Living and dying on his own terms

Tom has been a friend to the Mac Community and a personal friend for many years. It’s absolutely heartbreaking to see him have to go through this but, I know Tom is doing what he can to do this on his own terms. He’s a stubborn guy and he fought hard. But now it’s time for him to go. Be well, my friend.

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19:45
Apple starts selling 2016 MacBook Pro without Touch...

As it generally does after a product has been on the market for long enough, Apple today added the 2016 MacBook Pro without Touch Bar to online refurbished store. While the selection is limited, these refurbished models represent a good way to get a discount while still buying straight from Apple, though we’ve seen better on 9to5Toys for devices in brand new condition…

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19:30
Conan pokes fun at congressman’s iPhone/healthcare...

Yesterday we told you about Jason Chaffetz, a Republican Congressman who thought that the reason some low-income Americans couldn’t afford healthcare was because of the iPhone:

“You know what, Americans have choices. And they’ve got to make a choice,” the House Oversight Committee chairman told CNN’s ‘New Day,’ one day after the House GOP unveiled its plan to replace ObamaCare.

“And so maybe, rather than getting that new iPhone that they just love and they want to spend hundreds of dollars on, maybe they should invest in their own healthcare.”

Now, the folks at the Conan O’Brien show are poking fun at the notion with a mock advertisement for “Apple Healthcare.”

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19:08
How to check an iPhone's Activation Lock status...




Apple scrubbed its iCloud Activation Lock status check tool from its website earlier this year, but a newly discovered workaround promises an alternative online resource for buyers in the market for a secondhand iOS device.

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