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Saturday December 23

11:32
Google continues poaching Apple engineers as it...

A recent report from The Information details Google’s efforts to grow its chip development efforts, which in turn is costing Apple some considerable talent. The report explains that Google has hired several key chip engineers from Apple, including well-regarded chip designer John Bruno…

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10:59
Arecibo is monitoring potentially hazardous near-...

The iconic Arecibo radio telescope has faced quite a few challenges over the last ten years, including budget cuts, a funding crisis and damage from Hurricane Maria. While it may not be the largest radio telescope in the world anymore (that honor bel...

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10:53
Apple hit with sanctions in the FTC’s case against...

As its legal battle with Apple drags on, Qualcomm also is also in the middle of battling the Federal Trade Commission in a separate case. Making things all the more complicated, a judge on Friday ordered sanctions against Apple in the FTC’s case against Qualcomm…

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09:30
Fragmentation in self-driving cars will eventually...

If you remember the '80s, you were probably amazed that you could walk up to a computer, type the following in BASIC and something would happen:

10 PRINT "Robbie is rad"
20 GOTO 10

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09:11
Last-minute iTunes Gift Card deals include $100 for...

Christmas is nearly upon us, and the opportunities for last-minute gifts are dwindling. Thankfully, Amazon has you covered with a $100 iTunes Gift Card for $85 with email delivery when promo code ITUNES15 is applied during checkout. You’ll be able to save 15% on your next purchase in the App Store or on movies, TV shows and more. Email delivery makes it easy to cross those remaining names off your holiday shopping list.

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08:50
Scott Ian Jackson King V guitar

I have never been a huge V guitar fan, but this one is pretty nice.

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08:10
Apple chip expert leaves for Google

Bruno founded and managed Apple’s silicon competitive analysis group, which sought to keep the company ahead of competitors in the area of chip performance. He follows several other experienced chip engineers who have defected to Google from Apple over the past year, including Manu Gulati, Wonjae (Gregory) Choi and Tayo Fadelu.

These are highly skilled people for Apple. It would be very interesting to hear what made them leave Apple for Google.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:01
Apple’s self-driving cars could use routes others...

Apple has been working on some sort of autonomous car for a while now. The system — apparently an add-on to existing vehicles — has been seen in a research paper back in November. More plans appeared in a presentation by Carnegie Mellon p...

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06:30
Gear VR was the 'Evolve' and 'Left 4...

"Chaotic." That's how Turtle Rock Studios president Steve Goldstein described the 14 months between its last AAA game, Evolve, being effectively killed and now. The four-hunter-versus-one-gigantic-monster online multiplayer game struggled to retain p...

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06:02
Review: Sonos One brings high fidelity to...




The Sonos One may be the best smartspeaker you can buy -- and with its pricetag and upcoming features, will probably pose a serious threat to Apple's HomePod.

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05:00
The Morning After: Weekend Edition

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to the weekend. SpaceX's rocket launch had a funny side effect on southern California, and Edward Snowden just released an app.

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04:00
The hottest Apple-related news for the week of Dec....

There’s a lot happening in the world of Apple news this week. Following are the hottest articles for the week of Dec. 18-24.

Apple plans to allow developers to release universal apps that work across the macOS and iOS as early as next year as part of the company’s “Marzipan” project, according to Bloomberg News. The apps will work with a touchscreen or mouse and trackpad depending on whether it’s running on the iPhone and iPad operating system or on a Mac, the article adds, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

Hope you weren’t expecting AirPods under your Christmas tree (unless Santa has already purchased them). Apple’s wireless ear pods are again in short supply.

The overall...

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03:07
Tidal’s free 12-day trial comes with new content...

Starting on Christmas, Tidal will begin a 12-day free trial period that's a little different than a typical trial. Tidal already has a 30-day free trial for its regular and HiFi tier, but this one doesn't require you to put in a credit card first or,...

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01:19
Our solar system may have formed inside a giant...

There are various theories about how the solar system formed, but scientists haven't been able to agree on a single model that explains all the quirks of our corner of space as it exists today. Now, scientists at the University of Chicago have come u...

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Friday December 22

22:49
Google poaches a key Apple chip designer

Google is still snapping up Apple's chip design talent as part of its ongoing quest to create custom processors. The Information has learned that the search giant has hired John Bruno, the designer who founded and ran Apple's silicon competitive ana...

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21:07
This week on AI: iOS apps headed to Mac, Apple'...




Even with many people heading home for Christmas, there was still plenty of Apple news on tap -- including rumors of iOS apps coming to the Mac, and the company admitting that it slows down iPhones based on battery performance.

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20:25
Amazon buys Blink in a bid to beef up its connected...

Blink, the wire-free home monitoring system, has been acquired by Amazon. According to a release posted to Blink's website, nothing will change for its customers at the moment. The company will continue to operate and support its products as per usua...

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17:52
SpaceX Falcon 9 launch leaves a creepy cloud over LA

It seems like everyone in southern California is looking up and asking "what is that?" this evening, and after revelations earlier this week about government investigations into unidentified flying objects, UFO is a popular answer. In truth, the trai...

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17:51
Watch: Top 9 new AR games for iPhone X




It's been a couple of months since iOS 11 was released, bringing us augmented reality apps and games. Let's take a look at the top new AR games.

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17:43
Judge sanctions Apple for failing to turn over...




A U.S. judge has approved sanctions against Apple, ordering the iPhone maker pay $25,000 for every day it doesn't produce requested documents in a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Qualcomm.

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17:25
Samsung Could Make $22 Billion Off Next Year's...

According to a report by Korean outlet ETnews (via The Investor), Apple placed an order for 180 million to 200 million OLED displays from Samsung's manufacturing branch, Samsung Display, for the next round of iPhones. Each display is estimated to cost $110, which could mean the deal is worth up to $22 billion. CNET reports: The recently released iPhone X was Apple's first phone to feature an OLED display, rather than an LCD panel. Samsung, on the other hand, has been using OLED displays in its phones for quite some time. Currently Samsung holds a near monopoly on the world's manufacturing of OLED screens. As a result, Apple had little choice but to turn to its rival for this type of screen. This isn't the first deal of its kind. Earlier this year it was reported that Apple bought 60 million OLED displays from Samsung, apparently for what would later become the iPhone X. According to the report, Apple's next order is up to four times larger than this previous order. Demand is so...

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15:25
Third iPhone battery lawsuit says Apple used...




Taking a different tack, another class action lawsuit -- following Apple's admission that it slows down iPhones with weakened batteries -- charges that the company made the change to avoid the full cost of fixing defects.

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13:33
Apple must pay $25,000 per day until it releases...

Apple has been ordered to pay $25,000 each day it fails to produce evidence related to an FTC case against Qualcomm. U.S. Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins says the tech giant has until Dec. 29 to turn in the documents or the amount will increase (the fine started Dec. 16)

The suit accuses Qualcomm of forcing Apple to use its chips in exchange for lower licensing fees, which unfairly excludes competitors. The Cupertino, California-baed company isn’t party to the FTC suit but has documents related to the case.

In January Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm, the world’s dominant supplier of baseband processors, alleging the chip supplier demanded unfair terms for its technology. However, Qualcomm denies the allegations and says Apple wouldn't have an iPhone business if it weren't for fair licensing of the company’s...

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12:50
Parents can’t use the iPhone X’s Face ID to approve...

Enlarge / Dots, dots everywhere! (credit: Apple)

iPhone X owners have found that Face ID isn't available as an authentication method for the "Ask to Buy" feature, which allows parents to approve their kids' iOS purchases and downloads. Instead, the parent (or any other "family organizer," as Apple terms it) must enter their entire Apple account password to approve each individual purchase attempt.

Users are frustrated because equivalent functionality was available on Touch ID devices, and that functionality has been lost in the transition to the iPhone X. Face ID can be used as an authentication method for other purchases, just like Touch ID before it—but Touch ID also worked for "Ask to Buy," and...

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12:44
Filmic Pro 6.4 brings AirPods microphone support...

Filmic Pro‘s latest 6.4 update brings support for Bluetooth microphones, new UI features for the iPhone X, and a new ‘Auto Shutter’ feature. We’ve covered Filmic Pro in the past and shown off just how great the application can be in your filmmaking arsenal.
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11:00
Days after iPhone battery fiasco, lawsuits against...

Enlarge / An iPhone 6's battery, courtesy of iFixit. (credit: iFixit)

Since news broke that Apple deliberately slows down the processor speed of iPhones as they age, the company has now been sued three times in various federal courts nationwide.

These proposed class-action lawsuits allege largely the same thing: that over time certain iPhones exhibited lower performance and that Apple fraudulently concealed this fact from...

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10:36
Home security camera company Blink bought out by...




After fulfilling a $1 million crowd-funding campaign for a debut security camera, shipping a second, and announcing a third Blink has been bought by Amazon for undisclosed terms, likely dashing any hopes for HomeKit integration.

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09:35
Holiday Weekend Deals: iMacs from $949 ($400-$650...




As we head into the final stretch of the holiday season, Apple authorized resellers are slashing prices on iMacs, MacBook Pros, iPads and accessories by up to $1,000, as well as tacking on special offers, such as free Office 365 or no interest financing for 6 to 12 months. With MacBook Pros starting at $1,149 and LG's 5K monitor $100 off exclusively for AI readers, now is the time to pick up a new device before the savings expire.

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09:31
Three Amazon Studios execs leave for Apple

Tara Sorensen, the head of Amazon kids programming, will take on a similar role at Apple as the company pushes more into developing original content. She will report to Apple’s chief content officers Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, themselves former Sony TV executives. Along with Sorensen, international development executive Carina Walker and business affairs chief Tara Pietri will also depart Amazon for Apple, with Pietri leading Apple’s legal affairs division. Walker will again be an international creative executive, reporting to fellow Amazon alum Morgan Wandell.

Apple is getting serious. It’s going to be an interesting 2018 in the video space.

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Fantastical 2 for iOS $3,...

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications. more…

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09:15
Amazon expands Echo multi-room audio feature w/...

Amazon announced today that it is expanding multi-room music playback with Echo devices with support for Spotify. The feature was originally announced back in August, but with limited support from music streaming services…

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08:48
Report: Apple’s cash to remain near $270B after...

A recent report from Loup Venture’s Gene Muster shares predictions on Apple’s finances in light of the new tax bill that congress passed this week, which President Trump just signed this morning.

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07:45
Apple expected to increase stock buyback, grow...




Analysts are predicting that Apple won't change its acquisitions strategy under tax reform allowing for cash repatriation from overseas, but instead will radically expand its stock buyback program, and give shareholders a dividend increase going forward.

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07:19
iOS apps on macOS would bring hope for Apple Watch,...




With Apple rumored to bring support for universal apps in iOS 12 and macOS 10.14, the move could also be good news for the Apple Watch, potentially untethering it from the iPhone for both setup and sync.

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06:36
New photos and video show iMac Pro orders arriving...

Some iMac Pro customers are waking up to a 5K present under the tree as early orders of the powerful new machine have begun arriving early on the doorsteps of a lucky few. New images posted to Instagram and a video on YouTube show the iMac Pro and Space Gray accessories in the hands of customers.

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06:29
12 days of free Tidal HiFi service is a good...

If you’ve ever wondered how well a lossless streaming music service works, and whether you’d hear the difference, Tidal is giving you a chance to find out – without handing over credit card details …

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06:18
Analyst: in China, the iPhone X is attracting new...

In a note to clients — as noted by Yahoo! Finance — Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty — says that the iPhone X is not just pushing current Apple customers in China to adopt the high-end, pricey phone, but is even causing people to switch away from different brands.

“Additional data shows that iPhone X adoption in China is on a faster pace than the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus … Despite faster penetration of iPhone X vs. iPhone 8/8 Plus, we believe there remains significant pent-up demand from the base of 2+ year old iPhone owners," she writes.

Huberty added that nearly half of Apple users in China who have already purchased the iPhone X upgraded from the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, leaving a long "runway" of customers with phones older than two years.

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06:10
A second lawsuit hits Apple over throttling of older...

Apple has been hit with another lawsuit regarding its throttling of older iPhones to, per the tech giant, conserve battery life. five customers have filed a federal lawsuit in Chicago against the tech giant for what they’re calling “deceptive, immoral and unethical” practices that violate consumer protection laws, reports the Chicago Sun Times

The suit was filed Thursday by two Illinoisans along with Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina residents, who had a range of models from the iPhone 5 to the iPhone 7. They claim that Apple’s iOS updates “were engineered to purposefully slow down or ‘throttle down’ the performance speeds” of the iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 7.

The first was filed...

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06:02
Apple’s Beats unit awarded $7.9 million fees...

Apple’s Beats Electronics won a $7.9 million jury verdict meant to compensate the audio products unit for the legal fees it paid in defeating a $1 billion fraud suit from Monster LLC, reports Law360.

In August 2016 a judge dismissed the key claims in a lawsuit alleging that Beats Electronics duped one of its early partners before negotiating its $3 billion sale to Apple in 2014. The summary judgment issued by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William Fahey resolved the core of a case that accused Beats co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine of double-crossing former partner Noel Lee, founder of video and audio cable maker Monster LLC.

Monster CEO Lee said in the suit that he and Monster invented the technology...

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05:59
How to track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve from any...

The presents are wrapped, the tree is up, and the stockings will soon be hung by the chimney with care. There’s only one thing left to do: track Santa’s annual Christmas Eve voyage around the world from your PC, smartphone, or tablet.

This year Santa’s departure time depends on which version of the Santa-tracking fun you’re following. Check out our explanations below for all the details.

Norad

It’s been 61 years since a misprinted telephone number in a newspaper ad led children in the Colorado Springs area to call NORAD predecessor CONAD, looking for Santa.

As usual, the fun begins at NoradSanta.org, where you can find games, videos, music, and stories to pass the time. Once Santa’s sleigh lifts off from the North Pole around 7 a.m. UTC on Sunday, December 24—that’s 2 a.m. Eastern or 11 p.m. on the 23rd Pacific time—the website will track Santa on a map and link to video updates on...

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05:38
iPhone X is accelerating both iPhone upgrade and...

Morgan Stanley says that the iPhone X is proving such a hit in China that it is accelerating the rate at which existing iPhone owners upgrade, and the rate at which Android users switch to iPhone.

Analyst Katy Huberty also echoed an earlier report that the iPhone X rapidly overtook the iPhone 8, despite the head-start of the lower-cost phone …

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05:10
AppleInsider podcast covers iMac Pro shipping, Apple...




This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Mike talk about the iMac Pro, the battery life debacle of Apple's making, and Victor interviews Yossi Neiman of Dride.io.

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05:00
Apple Hit With Class Action Lawsuit After Admitting...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Apple Insider: A day after Apple acknowledged slowing down iPhones with degraded batteries, a Los Angeles man is pursuing a class action lawsuit in the matter. Owners didn't agree to the prospect, and it hurts the devices' value, according to a filing by plaintiff Stefan Bodganovich, cited by TMZ. The case is said to be particularly concerned with the impact on iPhone 7 users. The suit asks that Apple stop throttling older devices, and pay compensation to affected people. Over the course of December, a number of people on Reddit and elsewhere have speculated that iPhones perform faster after battery replacements, mostly citing anecdotal evidence. Apple effectively confirmed that situation on Wednesday, but with the provision that it only throttles phones to prevent sudden, potentially damaging shutdowns. UPDATE: A second lawsuit has been filed against the company. Chicago Sun-Times reports "five customers have filed a federal lawsuit in...

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05:00
The DockAll D100 is a good combo Qi wireless charger...

If you can’t wait for Apple’s AirPower — due in “early 2018” — Azpen’s DockAll D100 Qi Wireless Charger may fit your needs. Not only is it compatible with cell phones and tablets up to 13-inches tall, it packs a dual-channel 4.0 Bluetooth speaker system. 

The D100 is compatible with the new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. It features built-in Qi wireless charging with 5-watt Tri-Coil technology and wired charging via two full-size USB charging ports. This means you can use it with your iPad via a Lightning-to-USB connector since the Apple tablets don’t support wireless charging (yet).

The Dockall Qi default layout is configured for the Samsung S7. All other devices might need to be placed at different angles for optimal charging speeds. Also, and unfortunately, the Dockall D100 doesn’t support “fast charging."

Other convenient features include a (up to 64GB)...

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05:00
Get the "Every Day Is Black Friday" bundle...

PDF Expert for Mac

Did you get some great deals on Black Friday? We did, and it's sad that Black Friday doesn't happen more often than just once a year. Well, we have a Mac software deal available that we're calling the "Every Day Is Black Friday" bundle, and you'll get eight top Mac apps for only $39!

Buying each of these apps separately would cost you almost $500, but this bundle gets the goods to you for 92% off. You get:

  • PDF Expert 2.2 for Mac ($59.99 value) - From Readdle, this Apple Editors' Choice Winner will revolutionize the way you work and collaborate with documents. 
  • Roxio Toast 16 Titanium...
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05:00
Apple granted a third patent for measuring blood...

Apple has been granted a third patent (following numbers 20170340209 and 20170293727) for using an Apple Watch to monitor blood pressure. This one (number 20170360306) is for “systems, devices, and methods for measuring the blood pressure of a user.”

The invention relates to the measuring and monitoring of blood pressure. More specifically, embodiments may apply the theory of applanation tonometry for the measurement of blood pressure. Some embodiments provide a method for measuring mean arterial pressure, such as a wrist-worn device that may be worn by a user that may non-invasively measure and monitor absolute arterial pressure.

Of course, Apple files for — and is granted — lots of patents by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Many are for inventions that never see the light of day. However, you never can tell which ones will materialize in a real product.

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04:54
Concept imagines the Mac Apple will never make: the...

Apple has repeatedly said over the years that it will never make a touchscreen Mac, but that’s never deterred concept designers, and Swiss site HandyAbovergleich is the latest to join the fun.

The site has put together some admittedly beautiful images of a Mac Apple will never make, envisaging not just a touchscreen, but a touch keyboard and full-width trackpad too …

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04:30
How to use macOS Recovery in macOS High Sierra

The utilities in macOS High Sierra’s macOS Recovery can help you restore from Time Machine, reinstall macOS, get help online, repair or erase a hard disk, and more.

macOS Recovery is part of the built-in recovery system of your Mac. You can start up from macOS Recovery and use its utilities to recover from certain software issues or take other actions on your Mac.

To use macOS Recovery, hold down Command-Ron your keyboard immediately after restarting your Mac or immediately after your Mac begins to restart. Continue holding until you see the Apple logo or a spinning globe. Startup is complete when you see the utilities window.

  • After starting up from macOS Recovery, select from these utilities, then click Continue:
  • Restore From Time Machine Backup: Restore your Mac from an external hard drive or Time Capsule that contains a Time Machine backup of your Mac.
  • Reinstall macOS: Download and reinstall the Mac operating system.
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04:09
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI comes to iPad, but free...

It still seems amazing the way that console and PC/Mac games are being ported to iOS, GRID Autosport and Bridge Constructor Portal among them, and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI is the latest addition.

Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy game in which you attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time. Become Ruler of the World by establishing and leading a civilization from the Stone Age to the Information Age. Wage war, conduct diplomacy, advance your culture, and go head-to-head with history’s greatest leaders as you attempt to build the greatest civilization the world has ever known.

Aspyr Media says that it is full game, rebuilt for touch. The company is taking an, uh, interesting...

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04:00
We're all connected — and that's not final

By Jeff Graber

Over the last 12 years, we have been persuaded, pushed, and practically forced to recycle more and more of the things that we would normally throw away. Of course, we know that recycling is a good way to treat the materials that we have, but are we aware just how much recycling controls our own lives and bodies?

Recycling isn't a new concept

The Earth has been recycling since inception; fire, water, oxygen, and carbon are moving in a cycle continuously. In fact, everything on this planet is technically recycled, including you.

The carbon within our bodies is just as much a part of the carbon cycle as the carbon dioxide we breathe out. The carbon cycle is an incredible way that our planet regulates exactly where carbon is, whether that be in the oceans, on land, or in our atmosphere.

Because carbon can exist quite happily as both a solid and a gas, it is relatively stable, and therefore can move...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Dec. 22, 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

Titan Deep Space Company has debuted Math SteelCave Challenge. It’s a $1.99 3D math educational game that generates random math exercises in a space cave of steel. Flying along the steel cave with a starship, the player shoots with the laser to the numbers, solving the static and dynamic random panels, from sums to equations.

macOS Apps/Updates

Cisdem has upgraded Mac DVD Burner to version 3.6.0. It’s a multimedia tool that can burn videos to DVDs with menu, subtitle and background music. 

Version 3.6.0 adds more free menu templates and...

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03:00
Rumor: Apple developing next-gen Apple Watch with...

It’s a rumor, but it’s an interesting rumor.

Apple is thought to be building an EKG heart monitor into the next generation of its Apple Watch. The Apple Watch Series 3 already features an all-day heart rate monitor that tracks beats per minute while wearing, but third-party accessories are needed to add EKG functionality.

It’s thought that the version being tested will have the user squeeze the frame of the Apple Watch with two fingers from the hand that’s not wearing the device according to one of the sources. The Apple Watch will then pass an imperceptible current across the person’s chest to track electrical signals in the heart and detect any abnormalities like irregular heart rates.

The incorporation of an EKG reader into the device would help make it a must-own health device. The Apple Watch currently works with an FDA-approved EKG reader in the form of a smart band that is sold separately and requires an annual subscription to work, but building the...

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Thursday December 21

18:56
Second class action suit surrounding Apple's...




Just hours after the first class action suit was launched against Apple alleging harm by the company's actions to keep iPhones functional in the case of a chemically depleted battery, a quintet of filers in have also launched their own in Chicago.

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17:06
Wikipedia for iOS adds new black mode for iPhone X’s...

Joining the ever-growing list of apps adding support and optimization for iPhone X, Wikipedia has updated its iOS app with a new “Black” mode that takes full advantage of the device’s OLED display…

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16:45
Apple Says Apps Must Now Disclose Odds For Loot Boxes

Apple has revised the guidelines for its App Store, including a provision that loot boxes must be transparent about their odds. "Apps offering 'loot boxes' or other mechanisms that provide randomized virtual items for purchase must disclose the odds of receiving each type of item to customers prior to purchase," reads the new rule, which will affect the most popular games on iOS, including Hearthstone, The Simpsons Tapped Out, and Clash Royale. Kotaku reports: Loot boxes, which have always been common in the world of iOS gaming, are virtual grab bags that can give players a host of items ranging from common to rare. Most of the time, you can buy these loot boxes not just for in-game currency but for real money, which has led some players to classify them as gambling -- a label that the Entertainment Software Rating Board doesn't acknowledge. As rage over these practices gets louder and louder, Apple's move is the first of what may be many steps that game publishers and distributors...

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16:27
Senate bill would help guard against election hacks

American election security is a mess. Many voting systems are vulnerable, but replacing machines is expensive -- and then there's the lack of coordination between different levels of government. The country needs a lot of help if it's going to preven...

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15:32
South Korea fittingly equips high-speed train with...

The Winter Olympics are in South Korea in 2018, which is the perfect excuse to refine old technologies and show off new ones in advance of the huge crowds that will descend on the country early next year. Today, Samsung announced that, in partnership...

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15:30
Hands-on: MobileMiner – how to mine cryptocurrency...

When you think of a cryptocurrency mining rig, it’s easy to associate it with large rigs featuring multiple GPUs in some type of air-cooled room. While that may be true, not every cryptocurrency needs hulking GPUs and rigs designed specifically with mining in mind. In fact, thanks to a handy app called MobileMiner, it’s even possible to mine certain cryptocurrency from a device as diminutive as the iPhone in your pocket. more…

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15:24
Apple faces first class action lawsuit after...

Following yesterday’s revelation that it slows down older iPhones to help manage batter wear, Apple today has been hit with its first class action lawsuit over the tactic. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles, California, accuses Apple’s battery saving “feature” of causing users to suffer and hurting the value of older devices…

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15:11
Apple hires three staffers from Amazon for its...

Apple has lured three high-level staffers from Amazon, further bolstering its ever-growing entertainment division team, according to Variety.

The article says Tara Sorensen, the head of Amazon kids programming, will take on a similar role at Apple as the company pushes more into developing original content. She’ll report to Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, who joined Apple from Sony TV.

International development executive Carina Walker and business affairs chief Tara Pietri will also depart Amazon for Apple, with Pietri leading Apple’s legal affairs division. Walker will again be an international creative executive, reporting to fellow Amazon alum Morgan Wandell, according to Variety.

Apple has set a budget of roughly $1 billion to procure and produce original content over the next year, according to ...

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14:50
DHS's facial scanning program may be inaccurate...

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) doesn't have a great track record with its own technology. DHS staff have been locked out of their own networks, first responder apps have been plagued by security issues and the federal employees were abl...

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14:40
Apple's iPhone Throttling Will Reinvigorate the...

Jason Koebler, writing for Motherboard: The news that Apple throttles iPhones that have old batteries will reinvigorate the right to repair debate as the movement enters a crucial year. Third party repair shops say they've already seen an uptick in customers asking for battery replacements to speed up their slow phones, and right to repair activists who are pushing for state legislation that will make third party and self repair more accessible say Apple's secrecy about this behavior will give them a powerful rallying message. "If Apple were serious about battery life, they'd market battery replacements," Gay Gordon-Byrne, executive director of Repair.org, told me in an email. "Apple clearly has a big financial benefit when people decide their phones are too slow and head to the Apple Store for a new phone." Repair.org is a right to repair advocacy group that is made up largely of small, third party repair shops, which is spearheading the effort to get states to consider...

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14:33
Eric Schmidt stepping down from role as Alphabet...




Long-time Google and Alphabet executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has announced his intention to transition to a "technical advisor" role -- but will keep a seat on the board of directors.

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14:26
Apple poaches three more Amazon Studios executives...

As it continues to ramp up its original content efforts, Apple has reportedly snagged three more Amazon Studios executives. Today’s news comes following other high-profile hirings, as well as news of Apple ordering a series from one of the minds behind Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica…

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14:23
Eric Schmidt to step down as executive chairman of...

Eric Schmidt will no longer serve as the executive chairman of Alphabet's board of directors. According to a company statement, he will be transitioning to a new role as technical advisor on "science and technology issues."

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14:03
Empire-builder 'Civilization VI' comes to...

Usually, playing Civilization on the go means playing one of the cut-down Revolution games. They're fine, but they're not the same thing. You won't have to make that compromise from now on, however. Aspyr Media has released Civilization VI for the...

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13:54
Three Amazon video content development executives...




Apple is further growing its stable of video streaming executives, poaching three high-level staffers from Amazon with one who will retain focussed on children's programming development.

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13:44
External Link: Apple Relents on Templated Apps and...

We reported previously that Apple had started banning apps built using templates or app generators — tools relied on by small businesses and organizations that couldn’t afford their own developers. After significant criticism, Apple has now revised its rules with a compromise: templated apps are kosher, as long as they are issued by the provider of the app’s content, rather than the company that makes the app generator. That will require such organizations to pay for the $99-per-year Apple Developer Program. Separately, Apple said it would start waiving the developer fee for nonprofits and government agencies in early 2018.

 

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13:44
External Link: Yes, Apple Is Slowing Down Old...

Apple has confirmed a user belief that has long been brushed aside as a wacky conspiracy theory: it is deliberately slowing down older iPhones. But no, it’s not to drive upgrades — Apple’s explanation is that as an iPhone’s battery capacity degrades, iOS throttles the processor speed to extend battery life. The company said that it introduced this feature in 2016 for the iPhone 6, 6s, and SE, and added it to the iPhone 7 with iOS 11.2. Reasonable enough, but why was Apple so secretive about a feature that would help older iPhones retain their utility longer, even if it was at the cost of some performance? And shouldn’t the user get to decide whether to prioritize performance or battery life?

 

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Apple hit with lawsuit after admitting to slowing...




A day after Apple acknowledged slowing down iPhones with degraded batteries, a Los Angeles man is pursuing a class action lawsuit in the matter.

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13:12
Review: Mujjo’s Double Layer Touchscreen Gloves are...

Winter is officially here in the Northern Hemisphere, and that means it’s cold enough in a lot of locations to start wearing gloves. Recently I’ve been testing out Mujjo’s Double Layered Touchscreen Gloves, a great way to a stay warm without giving up iPhone usability.

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13:12
Apple sued over the slow-down of older iPhones (and...

Whether or not you buy Apple's response that it doesn’t slow down older iPhone models to promote sales, but that the slowdown is actually due to worn batteries, the company’s lack of up-front transparency has come back to bit ‘em in the butt.

A new class action suit filed by L.A.’s Stefan Bogdanovich claims Apple's decision to slow the operation of older phones to save battery life was never requested or agreed upon — and lowers the value of their phones. He also doesn’t buy the tech giant’s explanation and says the slow-down is just a ploy to to get folks to upgrade.

Apple could have avoided “battery-gate” in a variety of ways. Rather than secretly hamstring the iPhone's CPU, it could have educated users about the limitations of lithium-ion batteries instead of burying the info in a user manual, Kyle Wiens, CEO of iFixit tells...

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First come, first served! AppleInsider readers can take advantage of exclusive coupons and instant discounts this week to instantly save between $50 and $300 on every Mid 2017 MacBook Pro, including Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Plus, sales tax will not be collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ and systems qualify for 0% financing offer

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Some versions of Windows 10's facial...




Although the issue has been patched through Microsoft's Fall Creators Update, outdated versions of Windows 10's Hello facial recognition can be spoofed with a photo, a German security firm said this week.

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11:33
Live Memories for iOS instantly transforms your Live...

One of my-all time favorite additions to the iPhone’s camera app is Live Photos, the feature that saves a short, 3 second video clip with each photo you take. Playing back Live Photos from an event has always been cumbersome though, requiring you to swipe through each photo and play each clip separately. Now, a new app aims to solve that problem by instantly turning groups of your Live Photos into shareable video clips.

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11:14
Facebook signs licensing deal with Universal Music

Facebook Inc and Universal Music Group on Thursday announced a global agreement that will enable users to upload videos featuring music from Universal’s library across the social media network as well as Instagram and Oculus.

Facebook has done a great job in staying ahead of the curve in recent years, offering its users enough to stay on the site. There must be a demand for this among its users, but I’m not sure how much.

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11:13
Aspyr ships 'Sid Meier's Civilization VI...




Aspyr Media has released 'Sid Meier's Civilization VI' for the iPad, just over one year after it was released for macOS and Windows, with the port of the turn-based world-conquering game retaining all of its features of its desktop counterpart in its move to the smaller screen.

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11:12
Instagram update brings option to share live videos...

Instagram has rolled out an update today to its app that brings the ability to send live videos in Direct.

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11:09
CSS glitch effect

Today we’d like to show you how to create a little experimental glitch-like effect on an image. The effect will be powered by CSS animations and the clip-path property. The technique involves using several layers of images where each one will have a clip-path, a blend mode and a translation applied to it.

Very cool.

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11:03
Lowest Price Anywhere: LG 27" 5K Thunderbolt 3...




Readers this week can exclusively save $100 on LG's 27" 5K Monitor (27MD5KB-B) with free expedited shipping and no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. This UltraFine display features Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for Mac users and comes with a 3-year warranty for added peace of mind.

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11:03
Apple revises guidelines for template-based apps

This is a great compromise from Apple on template-based apps. I think there are situations where template based apps make sense and Apple is now allowing those on the App Store.

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11:00
Apple World Today Holiday Schedule

Happy Holidays! Starting on Thursday, we’ll be following a holiday schedule so that our staff can relax and enjoy Christmas and New Year’s with our families. Here’s our schedule:

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10:59
YouTube for iOS rolling out dynamic player that...

Recent years have seen the rise of smartphone videos shot in vertical orientation due to live streaming and other mediums. Back in June, YouTube announced that its mobile apps would better support these experiences. Now, this dynamically adapting video player is beginning to rollout on iOS.

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10:57
Apple updates App Store guidelines for “loot boxes”

Loot boxes made big headlines in 2017 when EA released Star Wars Battlefront II and received a huge amount of backlash for including a very robust loot box system that made player progression painfully slow for gamers who didn’t spend money. There was a big uproar in the gaming community, EA’s stocks took a hit, and an international conversation started about the morality and implications of loot boxes in games.

I think it’s good that Apple is trying to protect its customers, or at least make the companies disclose the odds.

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10:50
Rumor: Apple is working on an Apple Watch with a...

Apple is working on an Apple Watch with an EKG heart monitor, to help detect arrhythmia and stroke risks, reports Bloomberg.

The tech giant is reportedly testing a watch that requires users to squeeze its frame with two fingers from the hand that’s not wearing the device. It then passes an imperceptible current across the person’s chest to track electrical signals in the heart and detect any abnormalities like irregular heart rates. Such conditions can increase the risk of strokes and heart failure and develop in about one-quarter of people over 40, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The current Apple Watch has a more basic heart rate monitor, but the company is increasingly trying to use advanced sensors to predict future afflictions, rather than simply collect historical data about the...

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10:50
Apple said to be developing EKG monitor for Apple...

Apple Inc. is developing an advanced heart-monitoring feature for future versions of its smartwatch, part of a broader push by the company to turn what was once a luxury fashion accessory into a serious medical device, according to people familiar with the plan.

This is one of those rumors that I would put in the “makes sense” category. Apple has redefined how we track health on our watches in the last few years. If they are able to add a reliable EKG to the watch, it would seem to fit into the company’s larger plan of enabling its users to track health and fitness.

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10:30
Developer says now-fixed Apple HomeKit vulnerability...




Though Apple ultimately solved the issue with iOS 11.2.1 and tvOS 11.2.1, a HomeKit vulnerability discovered in October was simply made more severe in iOS 11.2, according to one developer.

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10:28
RavPower's popular wireless phone charger is 34...

Time is running out to get items shipped in time for Christmas—but with this gift idea, time doesn’t have to run out on your battery life. Today Amazon is selling the RavPower Fast Wireless charger for $33. This popular phone charger is usually $50, so you’re saving about $17—the steepest discount we’ve seen on this model so far.

The charger uses the Qi wireless charging standard and works with a variety phones including the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Note8. The charger also supports fast charging for the compatible iPhone models,...

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10:06
Happy Hour Podcast 152 | Living with Alexa, iPhone...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss the iMac Pro launch, using Amazon Echo and Alexa with HomeKit products, the fake Cuphead game that appeared on the App Store, Apple throttling older iPhone batteries, iOS 12 and macOS 10.13 cross platform apps, and the Apple Watch New Year’s Challenge.

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09:59
Apple developing advanced EKG heart monitor for...




Future Apple Watch hardware could be able to detect irregular heart rates by having the user squeeze the frame of the device, acting as an electrocardiogram test, according to a new report.

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09:45
Universal Music Group and Facebook sign multi-year...

Music giant Universal Music Group has today announced a new “multi-year” licensing agreement with Facebook that will expand across the social company’s product line. The move will soon bring UMG’s music catalog to Facebook, Instagram, and Oculus. The news follows a similar agreement made between UMG and YouTube earlier this week.

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09:38
Bloomberg: Apple building an Apple Watch with a...

Bloomberg has published a new report that details Apple’s plans to ship a built-in EKG heart monitor in a future version of the Apple Watch. The watch already features an all-day heart rate monitor that tracks beats per minute while wearing, but third-party accessories are needed to add EKG functionality.

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09:30
How to get your old iPhone battery replaced by Apple




If you have an older or heavily-used iPhone, and you're worried about Apple's admission that it slows down models with degraded batteries, here's how to get your battery swapped instead of paying for a new device.

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09:27
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13-inch MacBook Pro $209 off,...

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Last-Minute Holiday Deals: 2017 13" MacBook...




For a limited time only and while supplies last, Amazon is knocking $100 to $150 off popular Mid 2017 Apple computers, from the 256GB 13" Air for $1,075 to 13" MacBook Pros for $1,149. Each system can be delivered before Christmas with Prime shipping options available at checkout.

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08:37
AppleInsider's official iOS app updated to...




Owners of Apple's latest and greatest iPhone X can now take advantage of its edge-to-edge OLED display in the official AppleInsider app, which is now available to download on the App Store.

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08:11
KGI predicts battery-hungry ‘upgraded 3D-sensing and...

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted earlier this month that new iPhones next year will pack noticeably higher capacity batteries, but that move may not be entirely to extend battery life. Kuo’s latest investment advisory predicts “upgraded 3D-sensing and AR-related functions” that are more power-hungry.

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07:30
Amazon discontinues its iTunes Match competitor that...




Users looking to consolidate all of their legacy music purchases in a single cloud-based service will have one less option come mid-January, as Amazon has announced it will discontinue its song matching and uploading capability.

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07:27
Comment: Slowing down older iPhones may be the right...

Apple caused a furore yesterday when it admitted that it deliberately slows down older iPhones.

The issue first came to the fore with a Reddit thread, which showed a significant difference in performance on the same device when fitted with old and new batteries. Geekbench founder, John Poole, confirmed the phenomenon, and developer Guilherme Rambo subsequently identified the code that controlled it.

Apple then confirmed the facts, and explained its reasons

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07:19
iMac Pro orders ‘preparing to ship,’ showing...

Early iMac Pro orders are reaching the ‘preparing to ship’ stage, but it looks doubtful that anyone will be receiving one as a Christmas present …

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