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Tuesday March 7

11:44
Google's Neural Machine Translation engine...

Late last year, Google announced a breakthrough in translating. Dubbed Neural Machine Translation, it let Google’s AI-powered engine tackle full sentences instead of just words, giving translations a more natural feel. Now Google is expanding it to a several more languages.

Back when it launched, Google’s new translator was available for English and just eight other languages, including French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish. Now it is bringing it to Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese, with more rolling out in the coming weeks. The new languages are available anywhere Google Translate exists:  iOS and Android apps, on the web at translate.google.com or via Google search, and the Google...

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11:38
App camp for girls

This is a very popular program so, if you know any eligible girls, sign them ASAP.

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11:37
Apple seeds fifth developer beta of macOS 10.12.4...




Apple on Tuesday issued a fifth beta of macOS 10.12.4 to developers, bringing the software update one step closer to a public release.

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11:30
Toyota put on a race to find the most-efficient...

There's an air of excitement in the car as we whip around a corner at Sonoma Raceway, 45 minutes north of San Francisco. The passenger up front is barking stats at the driver while staring at an iPad: "We're at 24 percent, 27 percent, 32 percent, 37...

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11:19
Balloon Light

Seriously, how could you not like this.

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11:18
Lowest Price Anywhere: Apple's high-end 15...




AI readers this week can exclusively save $300 on Apple's premium Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.7GHz processor, 512GB of storage space and Radeon 455 graphics, bringing the price down to $2,499 with free expedited shipping. Plus, B&H will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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11:12
Information on first iPad Pro 10.5-inch case...




A Spanish distributor has allegedly been provided details about a case from an unnamed manufacturer gambling on the imminent release of a new Apple 10.5-inch iPad.

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11:09
External Link: Judge: FBI Can’t Force Touch ID...

Apple has scored an indirect victory in its ongoing skirmish with the FBI. A U.S. magistrate judge has ruled that the FBI cannot force potential targets to provide fingerprints to unlock Touch ID-equipped devices. The long-accepted rule of thumb in the security world has been that passcodes are more secure than fingerprints because you could be compelled to place your finger on the scanner but not to provide a passcode. This is a narrow decision, but it’s good to see the judicial system starting to catch up with the tech world.

 

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11:02
This 1080p 27-inch curved monitor just dropped to $...

This one’s for the gamers—and everyone else who loves awesome desktop displays. Samsung’s 27-inch curved monitor from the CF390 series is on sale at CDW until Friday for $190. Typical prices for that monitor are well over $200 on other sites around the web and often above $300.

The monitor features a 27-inch display with 1080p resolution, and a curvature radius of 1,800mm. Color support is 16.7 million colors. There’s a 4 millisecond response time, 178-degree viewing angle, 250-nit brightness, and 3000:1 contrast ratio.

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11:01
Apple rolling out macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta 5 for Mac

Apple is rolling out the fifth macOS 10.12.4 beta for developer testing. The upcoming version of macOS Sierra is the first to bring Night Shift to the Mac. Build 16E183b is currently available on Apple’s developer portal and should be available through the Mac App Store soon.

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11:00
Lyft lets you hail rides directly through other apps

Before long, you'll be able to hail a Lyft ride from a lot more places than just the company's app. That's the vision behind a new program for developers the company launched today called the Dispatch Developer Program. Lyft says that this set of API...

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10:40
Apple partners Foxconn and TSMC said to be bidding...

Digitimes cites Chinese publication Liberty Times in reporting that Apple manufacturing partners Foxconn and TSMC are planning to bid for shares of Toshiba’s flash storage business. The move could bolster Toshiba against Samsung which leads in the memory space.

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10:36
Amazon drops case for Alexa’s First Amendment rights

Amazon has abandoned its legal battle to protect its Alexa assistant with First Amendment rights — for now at least. The company filed a motion against a police search warrant in an Arkansas murder case earlier this month, but has now dropped the case after the defendant agreed to hand over the data contained on his Echo speaker to police.

Clearly, this will come up again.

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10:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Elago Aluminum iPhone Stand $...

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10:24
Honda, Porsche announce new Apple CarPlay-compatible...

Here's the accessory you've always wanted for your iPhone -- a sports car! Today car manufacturers Honda and Porsche both announced new models that feature Apple CarPlay compatibility, so it's time to talk your significant other into letting you buy one of these to go along with that nice iPhone 7 Plus you own...

2017 Honda Civic Type R

Honda's entry is the new 2017 Civic Type R, a racing-oriented sporty version of the longtime US standard Civic. The car has been available in Japan and other countries for quite some time, featuring better performance than a run-of-the-mill Civic, bucket seats, special driving modes, and a digital display that highlights lap times, g-forces, and other important info.

The Civic Type R supports both CarPlay and Android Auto through a 7-inch touchscreen in the dash. For those who haven't gone deaf already, the Type R has a 540-watt sound system with...

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10:22
This attack alarm is baked into a ring

The obvious issue with a personal attack alarm is that if you don't have one in your hand, it's pointless. We've seen a few devices that incorporate technology inside jewelry, which is the method adopted by Nimb's smart ring. After a successful crowd...

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10:21
An artist helps iTunes’ User Agreement go down easy

The EULA so many of us click through without ever bothering to read is ripe for parody and mockery.

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10:10
Macs and iPhones easier to support and deploy than...




Macs and iPhones are easier for IT administrators to deploy to workers than PCs and other smartphone platforms, according to a survey examining the increased adoption of Apple products in enterprise, with the results also indicating that Macs and iOS devices are also perceived as easier to secure and support than alternatives.

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10:09
eMate 300 turns 20

Stephen Hackett put together some links celebrating the eMate’s birthday. I’ll be honest, I forgot all about this product.

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10:07
External Link: Steve Jobs Initially Thought the...

On the Recode Decode podcast, former Apple Senior Vice President of Retail Operations Ron Johnson, who pioneered the Apple Store, revealed that Steve Jobs initially called the Genius Bar “idiotic.” Jobs argued that people who know technology don’t know how to connect with people, but the next day he ordered Apple Legal to file a trademark for “Genius Bar.” It’s a good reminder that Jobs not only didn’t come up with all of Apple’s good ideas, he also rejected many of them at first. But it also shows how Jobs was willing to be persuaded by people whose opinions he trusted.

 

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10:00
Pinterest adds visual search to its handy browser...

Pinterest introduces new ways for its users to access pinned items on the regular and today it's revealing yet another. Starting tomorrow, you can employ the company's visual search tech to hunt for things from inside its browser extensions. How does...

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10:00
BBC and ITV's 'BritBox' streaming...

The BBC and ITV have banded together to launch their own subscription streaming service in the US. They've teased "BritBox" before, but now it's actually here, for $6.99 per month on the web, Apple TV and Android (Roku, Chromecast and iOS apps are in...

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10:00
Razer's new digital currency is both outdated...

The last thing the gaming industry needs is another digital currency system that supplants dollars for an exclusive "points" system -- and yet that's exactly what Razer invited me to see at its San Francisco offices last week. The company's pitch was...

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09:56
Porsche looks at all-electric SUV, hybrid 911

Porsche may offer an all-electric version of its Macan compact SUV and could turn models such as the iconic 911 into hybrids, its sales chief said on Tuesday, amid a push by parent company Volkswagen to move on from dieselgate.

I understand this is where the industry is going, but there’s just something about the roar of a Porsche engine that gets my heart pumping.

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09:42
Land Rover's Project Hero SUV launches a drone...

It's no secret that drones are useful for surveying situations where it might be too dangerous for a human to tread. This includes tough terrain that search and rescue teams encounter and Jaguar Land Rover built a vehicle to lend a hand. The company'...

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09:37
Apple suppliers Foxconn & TSMC partnering on bid...




Two of Apple's main supply chain partners -- Foxconn and TSMC -- are joining together to bid for a majority stake in Toshiba's memory business, a report said on Tuesday.

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09:22
Amazon hands over Alexa data after murder suspect...

Amazon has agreed to hand over Alexa data to prosecutors in a murder trial after the defendant, an Echo owner, gave permission. The company had initially refused to do so, saying it "seeks to protect the privacy rights of its customers" and that Alex...

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09:17
WikiLeaks document dump reveals CIA iPhone...




A new batch of 8,761 files was released on Tuesday by WikiLeaks that alleges that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has a dedicated iOS exploit team -- and lacks the ability to keep the attack vectors under lock and key.

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09:15
∞ Woodturning a bowl from a log

I’m completely incompetent with tools but I love watching craftsmen create things out of raw materials. This video is a bit long but worth the watch.

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09:13
The ABCs of particle physics

This seems like it might be a primer or definitions for kids but even adults can learn a lot from this site.

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09:07
New macOS 10.13 URL reference suggests we won’t see...

Apple hasn’t officially named the next major version of macOS just yet, but we’ll likely see it debut at WWDC 2017 on June 5 in San Jose.

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09:01
WikiLeaks’ CIA document dump shows agency can...

WikiLeaks has released more than 8,700 documents it says come from the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence, with some of the leaks saying the agency had 24 “weaponized” and previously undisclosed exploits for the Android operating system as of 2016.

Some of the Android exploits were developed by the CIA, while others came from the U.S. National Security Agency, U.K. intelligence agency GCHQ, and cyber arms dealers, according to the trove of documents released Tuesday. 

Some smartphone attacks developed by the CIA allow the agency to bypass the encryption in WhatsApp, Confide, and other apps by collecting audio and message traffic before encryption is applied, according to the WikiLeaks analysis.

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09:00
Engadget giveaway: Win a Marantz receiver courtesy...

You may have updated your set to 4K HDR to dazzle your eyes, but don't let your ears miss out on the all the fun. Auro Technologies offers an extremely immersive theater experience with its Auro-3D audio standard. Using a capable 9.1 or 10.1 speaker...

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08:39
iOS 11 concept video shows how Apple could do dark...

A new iOS 11 concept video created by Jacek Zięba shows how Apple could introduce tons of new features to the platform including dark mode, group FaceTime calling, and even split screen apps on the iPhone.

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08:32
Honda & Porsche reveal new sports cars with...




Automakers Honda and Porsche on Tuesday announced two new sports cars with support for Apple's CarPlay technology, namely the 2017 Civic Type R, and the 2018 911 GT3.

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08:02
Retrospect 14.0 backup software for Mac released...

Retrospect, the long-running suite of backup software, was updated today to version 14.0 for Mac users. The update is headlined by the support of Backblaze’s B2 API, a low-cost cloud storage solution and alternative to Amazon S3 and others. more…

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08:01
CIA has hacking unit devoted to iOS malware; has...

Wikileaks claims that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has a specialized unit within its Center for Cyber Intelligence that is devoted to developing and obtaining zero-day exploits for iOS devices. A zero-day exploit is one unknown to Apple or security researchers, so cannot specifically be protected against.

Despite iPhone’s minority share (14.5%) of the global smart phone market in 2016, a specialized unit in the CIA’s Mobile Development Branch produces malware to infest, control and exfiltrate data from iPhones and other Apple products running iOS, such as iPads. CIA’s arsenal includes numerous local and remote “zero days” developed by CIA or obtained from GCHQ, NSA, FBI or purchased from cyber arms contractors such as Baitshop. The disproportionate focus on iOS may be explained by the popularity of the iPhone among social, political, diplomatic and business elites.

Wikileaks further claims that the CIA recently ‘lost control’ of...

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07:57
Report confirms Sharp pouring $878M into in OLED...




Sources familiar with the matter have confirmed that Sharp is investing 1 trillion yen into OLED screen production, more than a month after reports circulated that it was planning to do so.

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07:32
Comment: iPhone’s bezel-free direction again makes...

I wrote an opinion piece last year speculating on Apple’s plans for its 2017 iPad line-up. A couple of factors led me to suspect that Apple may be planning to drop the iPad mini.

First, there was the fact that the starting price for the iPad mini 4 is exactly the same as for the iPad Air 2: $399. You’d already have to have a very strong preference for the smaller form-factor to want to shell out the same cash for the mini – especially given that you could combine phone and small tablet functionality by buying the Plus model iPhone.

Second, a KGI report suggesting that the 10.5-inch model would be the successor to the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro, while the new 9.7-inch model would be a low-cost model. That made it seem possible that Apple might be targeting an even lower price than $399, putting further pressure on the mini.

And now, consistent rumors of what we can expect...

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07:25
Republican congressman says low-income Americans...

Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz believes he knows why some low-income Americans can’t afford healthcare costs: the iPhone. The congressman made these comments during an appearance on a CNN morning show, The Hill reports:

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07:20
Even Porsche’s street-legal racecar, the 911 GT3,...

Porsche has traditionally not emphasized creature comforts in its track-focused cars, even stripping out air-conditioning to keep the weight down. But the latest 911 GT3 – a model primarily aimed at track drivers who also want to drive the car to and from the circuit – now comes with CarPlay as standard …

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07:15
App Camp For Girls registration opens for 2017...

App Camp For Girls, a non-profit organization aimed at correcting the gender imbalance in the software industry, has opened 2017 registration for its summer program that teaches girls how to make mobile apps in one week. This year, the aspiring developers will use Apple's new educational tool, Swift Playgrounds, a new app for iPad that teaches Swift code in a fun and interactive way.

At App Camp for Girls, aspiring software developers receive a broad introduction to the process of iOS app development, from brainstorming and designing ideas to building and pitching their apps. The participants use Macs and Apple's suite of developer tools to build their apps and run them on iPod touch devices. 

Camp tuition is $400 for the week. In addition to launching a new location in Chicago, the program will again take place in Portland, Seattle, and Phoenix. Parents can register for 2017 sessions on the App Camp For Girls website...

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07:11
Official webpage hints at Apple Pay's imminent...




Apple's Italian website now includes a section dedicated to Apple Pay, confirming earlier signs that the mobile payment option is coming to the country in the near future.

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07:07
Patent report: face detection, hand detection, and...

Apple has been granted patent involving face recognition, which will fuel speculation that such a feature will be present in the upcoming “iPhone 8.” However, the technology could also apply to iPads and Macs.

The patent (number 9,589,177) is for “enhanced face detection using depth information.” It allows a device to extract and process facial features from a captured image to identify the person or people in the image, typically by comparison to a facial database. 

In the patent filing, Apple notes that a necessary precursor to face recognition in many application environments is face detection. This involves processing a captured image to determine whether there are any faces in the image and, if so, determining the location and extent of each face. 

Face detection is also useful in other applications, such as content-based image retrieval, video coding video conferencing, crowd surveillance, and intelligent human-computer interfaces. The...

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07:00
Nest users can now enable two-step authentication...

Nest is getting a nice security improvement today with an update that brings two-step authentication for user accounts and all of the company’s products.

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07:00
The very cool Lofree mechanical keyboard launches on...

Lofree Mechanical Bluetooth Keyboard. Photo ©2017, Steven Sande

For many years, our keyboards were mechanical. You pushed a key on a typewriter which either directly pushed a letter up to the paper or triggered an electric switch to do the same. Those keyboards always had a satisfying "clackity" sound to them, and had wonderful dished key-tops that welcomed your fingertips. Today, Lofree is launching a new mechanical keyboard on Indiegogo (currently $74, will be $99 when available to the public on Amazon after May, 2017), and I was fortunate enough to get to try one out. It could easily become your favorite keyboard!

Design

The first thing that hits your eye is the design of the keyboard, which is unlike just about any other Bluetooth keyboard on the market right now. It comes in three different colors; pure white, turquoise blue (how 1960s!), and sandstone black...

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06:44
Apple Pay comes to Ireland

Apple Pay is now available in Ireland with support for KBC Bank Ireland and Ulster Bank. Visa and MasterCard holders that bank with KBC and Ulster Bank can use Apple’s mobile payment service, which also works with the Boon pre-pay system.

Apple Pay is currently available in 14 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and USA. Apple Pay works with iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch. When paying within apps, Apple Pay is compatible with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro.  It also works in macOS Sierra.

 

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06:38
First pictures from outside of new Cologne, Germany...




The scaffolding and construction fencing surrounding the new Cologne, Germany Apple store has been removed, with passers-by getting the first glimpses of the exterior of the store.

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06:15
Apple Pay to launch in Ireland on Tuesday

It looks like Apple Pay will arrive in Ireland this week.

The payment platform is expected to launch on Tuesday according to two sources close to the story.

In Ireland, Apple Pay will be supported by UlsterBank and KBC, both of which are multinational and have supported Apple Pay in other countries for some time now. Bank of Ireland and AIB are the biggest banks in Ireland with the latter supporting Android Pay.

Ireland is the latest country to gain support for Apple Pay. Most recently, the mobile payments platform has continued to expand in countries like the United States and Australia.

Apple Pay presently with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus; all Apple Watches; iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, and both iPad Pro models. Macs can also now use Apple Pay with macOS Sierra.

If you get a chance to try out Apple Pay in Ireland and have any feedback, please let us know in the comments.

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06:06
Fencing goes down, revealing new Apple Store in...

We’ve been hearing rumors about a second Apple Store in the Germany city of Cologne for years now, with apparent confirmation back in 2015. Apple made it official a few days ago, stating that the store would open on March 25, and Macerkopf took the above photo when the fencing finally came down.

The windows are still obscured, but the German site has a few more details …

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06:00
Nintendo Switch JoyCon controllers usable on Macs,...

You can use your new Nintendo Switch’s wireless controllers with your Mac.

The wireless controllers can be fully utilized by macOS. The units charge via USB-C and has a small Bluetooth pairing button next to the charging port atop the controller.

As expected, Nintendo’s JoyCon gamepads can connect to macOS as individual controllers. That means that even when attached to the Switch controller dock for a two-joystick experience, macOS does not recognize them as one controller.

On their own, the units feature 10 buttons along with the joystick and pairing mode for the Joy-Con controllers can be achieved by holding the pairing button located atop the connection groove where the controller snaps into the Switch tablet.

You can readily pair the JoyCon controller via Bluetooth on your Mac and all three controllers should simply show up as pair-able accessories once in Bluetooth pairing mode. The Joy-Con controllers are identified as “(L)” and “(R)” models,...

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05:59
Report highlights growth for Apple devices in...

Jamf, makers of popular Apple device management software for businesses, today released its Annual Jamf Trends Survey measuring use of Apple products in the enterprise. The key takeaway: both iOS and Mac adoption grew among business users last year.

The report also offers additional insight into growth for Apple among enterprise users last year, collecting data from 300 IT professionals, managers and executives from commercial organizations of 50 to 10,000+ employees from around the world.

Some of the data highlights include:

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05:39
Honda Civic Type R finally coming to U.S. – with...

The Honda Civic Type R has long been one of the most iconic ‘hot hatches,’ offering sportcar performance in a body based on the company’s 5-door hatchback. It’s never before been on sale in the USA, but the company has announced that all that is changing with the 2017 model, which will be available from this spring.

The long-awaited Civic Type R, slated to go on sale in the U.S. in late spring with an MSRP in the mid-$30k range, is the first ever Type R-badged Honda to be sold on American soil.

“The fastest, most powerful Honda ever sold in America,” said Jeff Conrad, senior vice president & general manager of the Honda Division, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “We’re happy to inform our U.S. enthusiasts that the long wait for the forbidden fruit of Honda Type R performance is nearly over!”

Along with squeezing 306 horsepower into a 2-litre DOHC engine, the car will come with CarPlay support as standard …

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05:30
How to clear your Safari browsing history in macOS...

You can remove all records that macOS Sierra’s Safari keeps of where you’ve browsed during a period of time you want. If your Mac and your other devices have Safari turned on in iCloud preferences, your browsing history is removed from all of them. 

Clearing your browsing history in Safari doesn’t clear any browsing histories kept independently by websites you visited. Choose History > Clear History, click the pop-up menu, then choose how far back you want your browsing history cleared.

When you clear your history, Safari removes all the data it saves as a result of your browsing, including the history of webpages you visited, the back and forward list for open webpages, Top Sites that aren’t marked as permanent, your frequently visited site list, recent searches, and more. So make sure you really want to remove all this data before you clear your Safari history.

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05:00
macOS and iOS continue to gain ground in the...

As shown by the 2017 Jamf Trends Survey, Apple is gaining ground in the enterprise because employees prefer devices they use in their personal lives. The survey looked at Apple in the enterprise – evaluating growth, key drivers for adoption and ease of management. 

Conducted in January 2017 by Dimensional Research, this survey is based on the responses of 300 IT professionals, managers and executives from commercial organizations of 50 to 10,000+ employees from around the world. It shows that standardization on a single device brand is a thing of the past. In fact, the ability to work on a device(s) that an employee chooses and feels comfortable with largely impacts their productivity and job satisfaction, notes Jamf. IT admins are adapting, finding that deployment, device configuration, security and support are easier with Apple operating systems than other operating systems. 

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04:50
Twitterrific for Mac project fully funded, more...

A Kickstarter project to fund the relaunch of Twitterrific for Mac has now been fully-funded, enabling Iconfactory to proceed. At the time of writing, the project had raised $78,616 against its $75k goal.

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04:33
Will you finally read the iTunes Terms and...

After 16 years of existence, surely hundreds of millions of people have encountered the iTunes Terms and Conditions screen… and hurriedly clicked through to accept the giant wall of text without actually reading its content. It’s cool: we all do it. All of that necessary legal jargon is an absolute pain to read, plus it’s doubtful than many of us would actually quit installation and live without the iTunes ecosystem because of what we read.

Drawn & Quarterly

Initially self-published, this brand new color edition is now out in paperback.

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04:09
Apple Pay now available in Ireland with KBC and...

As we reported exclusively last night, Apple Pay is now live in Ireland. The service allows iPhone and Apple Watch owners to use the NFC chips in their devices to pay for their shopping at contactless terminals in retail stores across the country.

Apple Pay requires iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, or any Apple Watch, and is launching with support for Ulster Bank and KBC in Ireland. Apple has also announced that the service is coming soon to Italy.

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02:57
Apple patent uses depth maps for smart facial...




Apple on Tuesday was awarded a patent covering the detection of human faces in digital video feeds by leveraging depth map information, technology that could be a building block of a face-based bio-recognition system rumored to debut with this year's iPhone.

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Monday March 6

23:52
Apple launches Apple Pay in Ireland with support for...




As rumored, Apple on Tuesday debuted Apple Pay in Ireland with support for KBC Bank Ireland and Ulster Bank, introducing the mobile payments solution to its 14th worldwide market.

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22:01
Sonos unveils Playbase, its new $699 TV and music...

The Sonos family of hi-fi speakers is expanding this week with the introduction of Playbase, its new TV and music speaker. Playbase is the first new hardware product from Sonos since the second-gen Play:5 was unveiled in September 2015 (and it uses the new touch-style buttons).

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22:01
The new Sonos Playbase is an amazingly thin speaker...

Recognizing that most TVs rest on furniture versus being mounted on the wall, Sonos is adding a second TV speaker to its whole-home audio lineup. The incredibly thin Playbase is designed to sit underneath a flat-screen TV, connecting to it via an optical cable. As with Sonos’ earlier Playbar, the $699 Playbase can connect wirelessly to the company’s subwoofer and any pair of wireless speakers to form a 5.1-channel home theater audio system.

The rectangular speaker measures 28.35 inches wide and 14.17 inches deep, but is just 2.28 inches high and can support a TV weighing up to 75 pounds. The glass-filled polycarbonate enclosure houses six midrange drivers, three tweeters, and one woofer, with each speaker paired to its own Class D amplifier. As is typical of Sonos, the company did not disclose the amplifier output, but none of its previous speakers have left us...

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21:05
Researchers develop new battery tech that can...

One common request for each year’s iPhone refresh is revolutionary new battery performance and a team from the University of Texas has developed a new battery technology that could one day change the game. The new battery technology claims to be safer, more powerful, and quicker to charge…

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19:27
Self-driving bus being tested in San Francisco

A pair of $250,000 autonomous buses began driving around an empty San Francisco Bay Area parking lot on Monday, preparing to move onto a local public road in California’s first pilot program for a self-driving vehicle without steering wheel or human operator.

I’m not convinced the technology is ready yet, but okay.

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18:52
Apple Pay rumored to launch in Ireland on Tuesday,...




A rumor on Monday claims Apple is primed to debut Apple Pay in Ireland later this week, while a separate report notes seven Taiwanese banks recently gained regulatory approval to launch the payments service in Taiwan.

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18:22
How Google's lack of human curation spreads and...




Google search is developing a credibility problem that could be blamed on artificial intelligence. In a statement, the company said its algorithms for generating "featured snippet" answers can cause "instances when we feature a site with inappropriate or misleading content," resulting in false answers. However, Google is also the source--and funding--behind much of the fake news on the Internet, thanks to a similar lack of curation for YouTube.

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17:20
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17:16
Exclusive: Apple Pay to launch in Ireland tomorrow...

Apple will launch its mobile payment platform Apple Pay in Ireland tomorrow we have learned from two separate sources with knowledge of the matter. The move comes as we’re also expecting a launch sooner rather than later in Taiwan. Apple Pay allows users to complete transactions in-person, online, and in-app with their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac.

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16:05
AWT News Update: March 6, 2017

Steve's finally back from yet another vacation, which means that for the foreseeable future you'll be getting a podcast almost every weekday. Today we get back into the swing of things with three stories:

  • Adobe releases new versions of the Lightroom apps for iOS, adding "Authentic HDR" for creating true RAW HDR images
  • Steve Jobs initially thought the idea of the Apple Store Genius Bar was "idiotic"
  • A new battery technology could greatly increase battery life, decrease charging times, and make for much safer lithium-ion batteries

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16:04
AI predicts how athletes will react in certain...

When you think of sports analysis, you probably think of raw stats like time in the opposing half or shots on goal. However, that doesn't really tell teams how they should have played beyond vague suggestions. Researchers at Disney, Caltech and STATS...

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15:45
How to add and play podcasts using Overcast for the...




Apple does offer a Podcast app of its own for iOS devices, but for most people, a third-party app is probably where it's at. Here's how to use one of the more popular options, Overcast, on your iPhone.

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15:36
Major League Baseball approves another wearable for...

Major League Baseball began allowing players to use two wearable devices during games before the 2016 season started. The league is now adding another gadget to its approved list: the Whoop Strap. While the device has been around for awhile now, play...

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15:25
Hot Wheels: Race Off has its charms, even if it...

Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recent free-to-play iOS game, put it through its paces, and let you know if it’s really worth your time (and money).

I recently experienced a new benchmark for feeling old: once you start buying your child the very same toys that you enjoyed as a kid. That’s happened with Hot Wheels, and now my home is lined with endless orange track and dozens of little cars to accidentally step on. At least the cars are much, much cheaper than the mass of Thomas trains he now barely acknowledges.

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15:05
Developers can apply for WWDC scholarship starting...

Apple will start accepting applications for its WWDC scholarship on March 27, and for the first time, successful applicants will receive free lodging.

This week, MacRumors spotted that Apple had updated the WWDC website to give more details about its scholarship program. According to the WWDC website, the application submission period will start on March 27 at 10am PT and close on April 2 at 5pm PT. Successful applicants will be notified on April 21.

Apple’s scholarship program is intended for talented students and members of STEM organizations who want to attend the developers conference but can’t afford it. Successful applicants will get a free ticket to WWDC, which typically costs $1,600. For the first time, Apple is also including lodging free of charge. In addition, Apple might be able to provide...

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15:02
PS Vue adds multi-picture feature just in time for...

Sony is launching a new multi-view feature on PlayStation Vue at a very opportune time for sports fans. March Madness begins next week, and starting today, subscribers to the streaming service can watch up to three live channels simultaneously on one...

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14:56
Economists outline potential effects of Trump...

Much has already been said about Apple’s relationship with President Trump, but one campaign issue that’s still looming is the notion of an import tax. While on the campaign trail, Trump often mentioned the possibility of imposing a 45 percent import tariff on goods from China as well as a 35 percent tariff on imports from Mexico.

Since President Trump took office, however, those numbers have come down according to more recent reports. Nevertheless, such an import tax would have an impact on Apple and other tech companies…

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14:49
Notable apps and app updates for March 6, 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

Stela has introduced Stela Unlimited. The app delivers a curated library of original visual content created by artists and storytellers, including graphic novels, comics, illustrated novels and other rich visual media, Stela features content created specifically for mobile reading. The library features a variety of genres and styles. Stela is free to try; subscriptions are $9.99 per month.

macOS Apps/Updates

AKVIS has released a new picture frames collection inspired by the awakening nature, florals and blooms: the Flower Pack, which has 100 designs...

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14:48
Apple Pay gets bank approvals in Taiwan ahead of...

Following earlier reports that Apple was eyeing Taiwan for its next Apple Pay launch, Focus Taiwan published that at least seven banks in the country have gained necessary government authorizations to begin supporting the service.

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14:43
Expected iPhone 8 ‘super cycle’ prompts Citi to...

With at least one model of the new iPhones coming later this year expected to be a major design change, analysts at Citi are predicting a ‘super cycle’ for iPhone sales and raising the target price for Apple stock.

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14:38
'Outlast 2' will seriously creep you out...

The follow-up to hit survival-horror game Outlast is coming to PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 on April 25. Outlast 2 will attempt to raise the creep factor with more genre-defining "WTF" moments than were possible in the first game, due to budgetary...

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14:35
In conversation: David Letterman

Typically interesting conversation with Letterman. I doubt he’s coming back and it’s good to hear. After all the stress of his time on TV, he seems happy with his life now.

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14:19
Apple may have to pay UK import taxes on Apple Watch...

Apple may have to pay “millions” of pounds in extra taxes in the UK after losing a legal battle over whether its smartwatch straps are an accessory that should be taxed individually or part of the smartwatch, reports The Telegraph.

A tax tribunal in London has ruled that the straps are "pieces of plastic" and an “accessor,” not part of the technology. Apple has insisted the plastic straps, sold with the Apple Watch, but imported separately, are an integral part of the smartwatch.

Products imported into the UK are subject to import duties between 0pc and 17pc, with electronics generally being duty free. Apple doesn't currently pay import taxes on its smartwatches and smartphones. The tax tribunal’s decision, which ratifies HM Revenue and Customs' classification of the strap as an "other plastic", means Apple could lose its import tax...

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14:15
Amazon Echo can add to your Office 365 calendar

Amazon's Echo speakers and other Alexa devices can already control your Outlook.com calendar, but what about your schedule at work? You're covered there, too. Alexa now supports Office 365's calendar functions, giving you a hands-free way of checki...

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14:00
Apple fails to remove UK import duty for Apple Watch...




Sport bands for the Apple Watch continue to be a taxable accessory in the United Kingdom, after a tax tribunal ruled the strap should not be exempt from import duty, despite Apple's insistence it is an essential part that allows many of the wearable device's functions to work.

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13:58
Use a Terminal command to stop your Mac from sleeping

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We generally want our Macs to sleep when not in use: saving battery life, reducing energy usage, and increasing the longevity of our Mac’s components. But sometimes we intentionally don’t want our Macs to sleep, such as when preparing to give a Keynote presentation or when you’re letting a colleague or family member use your Mac.

In these instances, you could go to System Preferences > Energy Saver and use the slider to tell your Mac to “never” sleep. But this isn’t ideal, as it both involves a few extra steps and you may forget to set it back when you’re done.

Instead, there’s a built-in terminal command that can temporarily keep your Mac awake and prevent all sleep settings. This command is appropriately called caffeinate.

This is a really clever little hack. I give presentations on my Macbook Pro all the time and I’m constantly swiping the trackpad to prevent the machine from going to sleep (even when I don’t have to). You need to...

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13:53
Netflix wants another 'Gilmore Girls'...

Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino already knew what the last four words of the show would be when it started shooting in 2000. Sixteen years later, those lines were finally delivered last year in Netflix's mini-series revival Gilmore Girls:...

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13:52
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 6...

Notable software releases this week include Nisus Writer Pro 2.1.7, RapidWeaver 7.3, EagleFiler 1.7.4, iFinance 4.2, and SpamSieve 2.9.28.

 

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13:52
ExtraBITS for 6 March 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, Apple is losing ground to Google in the classroom, YouTube TV plans to challenge pay TV providers, and Apple has a solution to its expiring provisioning profile problem.

 

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13:49
∞ Tour a vintage camera fair

I love old cameras and have a small collection of them. I never shot on film so I am completely unfamiliar with any of the cameras shown but the styling and design of these vintage cameras is fantastic. If you are a camera gear lover, this is a place you have to visit. Watching the video, I learned that, in Japan “Mint Condition” means they’ve never been used. So you could get some incredible cameras at this fair.

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13:32
Verizon offers pre-paid FiOS service plans

Verizon announced on Monday that it is making its FiOS fiber-optic data, voice and television package available as a pre-paid service. That means you won't need to submit to a credit check, pay a deposit fee or even leave a credit card number to get...

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13:31
Steve Jobs’s first reaction to the Genius Bar: ‘That...

The mythology of Steve Jobs means that many people think that everything he touched was gold and that he could do no wrong. Even Jobs didn’t believe that and said often that he got great ideas from others. This is one example.

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13:25
macOS hidden treasures: dominate the dock

The macOS Dock seems pretty simple but there’s a lot of under the hood power in it. This is a good description of all the things you can do with it.

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13:11
How film projection got so complicated — and how it...

The process and history of how and why movies look the way they do today is fascinating.

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13:10
The tech that makes MMO development easy for indies

SpatialOS is the technical foundation that makes massive, persistent, online world-building possible, even for small video game studios. Think of large, mainstream games like Destiny or Elder Scrolls Online: These are huge universes that support thou...

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13:02
How to play Mac games with Nintendo Switch Joy-Con...




If you're among the first to buy the new Nintendo Switch game console, there's an added benefit you can easily take advantage of: The system's wireless controllers are fully supported by Apple's macOS.

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12:57
Adobe updates Lightroom pro photo apps for iOS with...




Adobe on Monday released updates to the iPhone and iPad versions of Lightroom, making various enhancements including the addition of "Authentic HDR," a new shooting mode.

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12:55
Daylite: Business Productivity App for Teams on Mac...

Still digging through emails and passing around spreadsheets & notes? There’s a better way to manage leads & projects – with Daylite.

Daylite streamlines your lead management & project management process so you can win more business & get more done.

Integrate directly with Apple Mail to organize emails for clients, projects, and sales opportunities. Track your sales pipeline and set reminders when to follow up. Share projects, schedules, and tasks with others on your team – from your Mac or iPhone/iPad.

Whether you’re a sales team, real estate firm, or lawyer, Daylite can help you win more business and get more done.

Try Daylite free for 30 days!

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12:50
Back by popular demand: The Complete iOS 10...

One of our most popular deals last fall was for The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course. This course by Rob Percival provides 217 lessons that let you master iOS 10 and Swift 3 in no time at all. The course in usually priced at $199.00, but during our deals, you get the whole kit and caboodle for just $25! We're happy to let Apple World Today readers know that The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course is back for a limited time.

Whether you're new to iOS 10 and Swift 3 or an old hand at coding who just needs a refresher, the course covers just about everything:

  • Access 217 lectures & 30 hours of content 24/7
  • Dive into SiriKit, Messages & Maps in iOS 10
  • Explore apps, home screen widgets, HomeKit & more...
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12:48
Public Access' time is done, but a better...

It's been just shy of two years since we unveiled Public Access, our grand experiment in community contribution. In that time, we've seen some excellent stories published on the platform by you, and we are grateful for those efforts. Today, however,...

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12:36
Apple to start taking WWDC scholarship applications...

Apple will start taking scholarship applications for the 2017 World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC) on March 27. 

To be eligible for a WWDC Scholarship, applicants must be registered with the program either with a free or paid membership, be 13 years of age or older, and must be actively involved in schooling or be STEM organization alumni. Applicants must provide Apple with proof of enrollment in an educational institution.

Applicants must also create a visually interactive scene in a Swift playground that can be experienced within three minutes. They can use Swift Playgrounds on an iPad or Xcode on a Mac. Templates are available in Swift Playgrounds for a head start on more advanced creations.

Applicants must also describe their Swift playground, telling about the features and technologies in 500 words or less. Finally, they must also tell how they’ve considered sharing their...

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