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Apple employees can earn special Apple Watch band in...

Apple in February will hold its annual fitness challenge for employees, and participants who complete the event with "gold" metrics will net themselves a specially designed Apple Watch band featuring an Activity Rings motif.

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Netflix expects Apple’s TV shows to be bundled with...

Netflix today announced its fourth quarter results for 2017, reporting $3.29 billion in revenue and 8.33 million additional subscribers. Hidden in the company’s announcement, however, is also acknowledgment that Apple may soon be a major competitor…


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011: New HomePod details, Apple’s top investigator...

Today we’ve got new details on Apple’s upcoming HomePod smart speaker, Apple’s Director of Worldwide Investigations leaving the company for Facebook, Apple supporting the Malala Fund, and DroneDJ’s scoop on the upcoming DJI Mavic Air.

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On Rumors of the iPhone X Only Being Produced for...

Mike Wuerthele, writing for AppleInsider (headline: “If iPhone X Demand Is Less Than Expected, Analyst Expects It to Be ‘End of Life’ When Replacements Ship”):

In a research note seen by AppleInsider, KGI securities believes
that Apple will ship around 18 million of the iPhone X in the
first calendar quarter of 2018. Contrary to other predictions
based on the supply chain, KGI says that the iPhone X has not been
as impactful in China as predicted because of the notch holding
the sensors for the device, giving consumers the impression that
there is less usable space than on the iPhone 8 Plus.

KGI also expects a trio of iPhone models in the fall of 2018. He
predicts the iPhone X will be “end of life” in the summer of 2018,
instead of being retained as a lower-cost...

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Running Microsoft 'Xbox Watch' discovered...

An "Xbox Watch" prototype has been unearthed and brought back to life, showing what Microsoft had in mind for its first, true smart watch after a failed effort in the beginning of the century.

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External Link: Mysterious DNS Hijacking Malware...

A new piece of Mac malware is making its rounds. OSX/MaMi hijacks macOS’s DNS settings to intercept traffic by routing it through malicious servers. Additional capabilities, which didn’t seem to be active in the version that research Patrick Wardle analyzed, including taking screenshots, generating simulated mouse events, persisting as a launch item, downloading and uploading files, and executing commands. The motive, author, and how OSX/MaMi is spread are currently unknown, and when the Hacker News article was published, antivirus apps weren’t able to detect it. To see if you’re infected, check your DNS settings in System Preferences > Network, and look for the DNS servers and


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Apple creates activity rings-themed watch band for...

Apple Watch fitness lab

Apple is kicking off its second-ever internal activity challenge company wide next month, and this year the competition includes a new prize. Employees who finish the challenge with gold will earn a special nylon Apple Watch band themed after the activity rings that isn’t sold in stores.


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Feature Request: How Activity Sharing for Apple...

Apple Watch Activity Sharing is a great way to share your fitness progress with friends and stay motivated. The feature lets you easily share completed workouts, achievements, and more with your Apple Watch friends.

Activity Sharing has its limitations, however, and I’m hoping watchOS 5 and iOS 12 can address them with a few changes.


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Apple World Today News Update: January 22, 2018

It's time to Ragna Rock 'n Roll!

Beat the Monday blues with a few upbeat stories on today's Apple World Today News Update podcast!

  • The new Apple Park campus is so large that the company is making 1,000 bicycles available for employees to get from place to place
  • Drone manufacturer DJI has the same problems Apple does in terms of having new products leaked
  • A developer beta of iOS 11.2.5 shows that HomePod owners will be able to disable Siri when desired
  • A glitch with Movies Anywhere made it possible for some iTunes users to get the movie "Thor:Ragnarok" one month before it's due to be released

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Apple News readers need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.

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'Apple Music for Artists' dashboard beta...

Apple is giving musicians a way to examine the listening habits of their fans, debuting 'Apple Music for Artists' in beta as a dashboard offering data to bands and artists about the performance of their tracks on the streaming service as well as sales through iTunes.

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Apple launches Apple Music for Artists

Apple has rolled out Apple Music for Artists, a dashboard designed to provide acts with hundreds of data points that provide analytical insight into their fans’ listening and buying habits, reports Billboard.

The article says the initial beta rollout involves a few thousand artists who will test the product and see what adjustments and expansions, if any, should be made. Beta testing is expected to end in the spring with “several million” artists using it with content on the iTunes and Apple Music platforms. Later plans call for a mobile app. 

The Apple Music for Artists’ navigable dashboard’s home page provides artists with their current number of plays, spins, song purchases and album purchases. The user can specify the time period ranging from the past 24 hours to the 2015 launch of Apple Music. An...

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Screenshots show HomePod customization in Apple...

Early testers of Apple's upcoming HomePod have shared screenshots of customizable settings for the speaker, which will be configured through the iOS Home app. Users will be able to disable features such as "Hey Siri," and the lighted display on top of the unit.

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Rescue drone saves two boys from drowning on its...

What a great story. I was caught in a small rip when I was in Australia last month and it was all kinds of terrifying.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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T-Mobile tops OpenSignal network tests as AT&T...

This morning OpenSignal has published its annual report on the four major U.S. carriers. In 2017, the two largest U.S carriers, AT&T and Verizon, unleashed their unlimited data plans, which means all four major carriers now offer an unlimited data plan in some form. But the major two networks are seeing some challenges.


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Apple’s top leak investigator departs for Facebook,...

Apple’s top investigator Lee Freedman has departed the company for a new role at Facebook. Freedman previously served as the Director of Worldwide Investigations at Apple.


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iTunes Snafu Made 'Thor: Ragnarok'...

An anonymous reader shares a report: When you check out the 'Thor: Ragnarok' page on iTunes, it says pre-orders of digital copies are expected to arrive on February 20th. But as TorrentFreak reports, some people got their hands on the Marvel film about a month early due to some sort of snafu with iTunes and Movies Anywhere. According to TorrentFreak, a Reddit user said in a now-deleted post that their legal purchase of the film on Vudu landed them an iTunes copy of it the next day. "I pre-ordered Thor Ragnarok on Vudu yesterday and it links it to my iTunes also. But curiously it showed up in my iTunes library this morning (pre-orders shouldn't). And now I can watch the full movie in HD," they wrote. "I obviously downloaded it right away. I know its supposed to come out February 20th." Others then responded that going that same purchase route made the movie available to them in iTunes as well.


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DJI 'Mavic Air' drone leak ahead of launch...

A drone expected to be released by DJI on Tuesday has reportedly leaked ahead of its public unveiling, with alleged images and specifications said to reveal the 'Mavic Air' as a smaller and lighter drone compared to the Mavic Pro, while still offering 4K resolution video and similar functionality to its predecessor.

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Spotify Limited & Apple Records

It’s hard to argue with the logic. It’s just a matter of time.

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iTunes mishap allowed some users to snatch ‘Thor:...

The iTunes page for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ says that the film will be available on 20 February. However, due to a mishap, a small amount of users were able to snatch the film nearly a month early, according to TorrentFreak.


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Apple teams with Malala Fund to support girls’...

A very worthy cause but why stop at 12 years of education? If finishing high school is important, isn’t a college education just as important?

∞ Read this on The Loop

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By Odin's beard! Marvel's 'Thor:...

The hit Marvel Studios film "Thor: Ragnarok" isn't scheduled to get a digital release until Feb. 20. But some lucky customers received an early download of the blockbuster, thanks to a glitch in iTunes.

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Apple makes the AI STOXX Global Artificial...

German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse has launched the AI STOXX Global Artificial Intelligence Index, which uses an algorithm to select 200 companies that are early AI innovators. Not surprisingly, Apple is on the list. 

Deutsche Boerse says it’s found a way to identify AI-related patent filings to select the 200 companies that compose the index. The patents are an early indicator of AI innovators and the index, the first of its kind, will help index-tracking funds interested in companies focused on artificial intelligence, the stock exchange operator added.

Apple has applied for...

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‘Apple Music for Artists’ debuts as a new analytics...

Apple has released a new dashboard specifically for musicians called Apple Music for Artists. The new dashboard has been created to give “deep analytical insight” about fans’ buying and listening habits.


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HomePod settings interface, volume controls, more...

Leading up to the much-anticipated launch of HomePod, Apple’s first entry into the smart speaker space, many details about the device have continued to trickle out. Today, new images from employees testing the HomePod in France reveal how you’ll manage the speaker’s settings.


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9to5Toys Lunch Break: $100 off iPad Pro, Apple Watch...

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iPhone 8 outsold iPhone X in Apple's holiday...

Apple's active shipping of eight iPhone models during the holiday season has led to some interesting data, with the fall 2017 releases outselling older models nearly two to one.

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Gboard for iOS adds built-in GIF creator tool...

Over the weekend, Google’s Gboard for iOS began rolling out a handy tool for creating GIFs right from the keyboard. Based on Motion Stills, users can create animations with a variety of effects, with quick access to them in the future.


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How ‘Cops’ became the most polarizing reality TV...

It’s a show I’ve never watched much of but its longevity certainly raises some interesting questions.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Deals: $600-$1,000 off 15" MacBook Pros; DJI...

Gearing up for the big game? This week, save up to $2,700 on Ultra HD TVs just in time for the Super Bowl. Plus, pair your new set with the Apple TV 4K, which is now $10 off. Apple's Late 2016 15" MacBook Pros are also on sale with prices starting at $1,799, and DJI's Phantom 4 Advanced is $330 off today only. All with free delivery and no tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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GoPro Fusion: Full review of the new 360° VR action...

I’m a very avid VR photographer who started by taking 360° spherical photos with iPhone apps, then moved to an iPhone-controlled Ricoh Theta S camera a few years ago. The photos and videos I have taken are quite popular; as a Google Street View photographer I have 10.8 million views! But as a photographer I always strive to improve my imagery, and the Theta S had two issues — first, images always seemed to be low resolution and grainy, and second, in bright sunlight there’s always a bright purple-red lens flare. The quest for better 360° photos led me to the new GoPro Fusion (US$699.99).

GoPro Fusion 360° Action Camera. Photo © 2018, Steven Sande

About 360° VR Photography

To start with, let me explain what I mean when I’m talking about 360° VR photography. VR cameras can take photos one of two...

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Skip the space gray Magic Trackpad 2 with your iMac...

A few weeks ago I purchased a base model iMac Pro in store, so of course it came without a space gray Magic Trackpad 2. In my excitement to get the new machine, I totally forgot about the Magic Trackpad 2, and it didn’t fully dawn on me until later that there was no real way to acquire one from Apple after purchase.

In fact, Apple explicitly states on its website that space gray accessories [including the Magic Trackpad 2] are available only at the time of your iMac Pro purchase. So what’s a person who bought an iMac Pro without a Magic Trackpad 2 supposed to do? Does it mean that you’ll have to go through the annoying process of returning it and buying it again online in order to get one? Apple’s excellent customer support may be able to help… more…

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CARROT Weather Predicts Cloudy with a Chance of Snark

CARROT Weather’s AI would kill you if it could, but since it can’t, it instead provides accurate and attractive weather forecasts. Josh Centers explains why CARROT Weather has become his favorite weather app.


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Sphero slashes 45 jobs, pivots to educational market...

Sphero, the producer of iPhone-controlled toys and programmable robots, has laid off a number of its staff following reportedly lackluster sales over the holiday period, with the firm intending to realign itself more towards the educational robotics market.

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Logic Pros Review: Apogee’s next generation...

Apogee has been one of the top names in digital audio in the music production world for years. It successfully jumped into the mobile game with its iOS friendly interfaces among other things a few years back, and recently launched the second generation MiC+ USB/Lightning Microphone. Apogee rarely opts for affordability over quality, but we had to give it a run for its money anyway.

We have now had a chance to go hands-on with the company’s latest portable mic over the last little while. Apogee has certainly stepped its game up here, but is it still worth the world-class price tag? Head below for our full review… more…

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Pixelmator Pro adds new cropping features alongside...

The Pixelmator team has today released an important update to Pixelmator Pro (currently $60), adding new cropping abilities that didn’t quite make the cut for the 1.0 release. Other changes include tweaks to selection and text tools and many more bug fixes. Pixelmator Pro is available exclusively in the Mac App Store.


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CIRP: 2017 models comprised 61% of the year’s iPhone...

The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X comprised about 61% of iPhone sales in the U.S. according to a new consumer study from CIRP — as noted by 9to5Mac. That sounds good, but it’s lower than the 72% share iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus took in the same quarter in 2017.

From October to December 2017, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus accounted for about a quarter of sales in the US as reported by CIRP. The 6s and 6s Plus held an 8% share. The SE sold about as much as the 6s series in the same period despite no update.

The CIRP study analyzes product mix within the iPhone range. As noted by 9t5Mac, it doesn’t comment on total iPhones sold in the U.S., which other reports have claimed are on the weaker side.

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Comment: Nokia scale shows us a third risk of today’...

Buying a gadget can be a risky business these days. We’ve already seen two ways things can go wrong. The first and most obvious is when a company takes your money and then goes bust before it can deliver. Otto locks was just one recent example – crowdfunding sites are littered with others.

A second risk is a company discontinuing support for a gadget that relies on an app or a server. When the app is discontinued, or the server goes offline, you can be left with a useless hunk of metal. A recent example of that was Logitech discontinuing its Harmony Link remotes, informing owners that the products ‘will no longer function’ beyond March 16 of this year. (Consumer and media pressure did at least result in...

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Analyst: iPhone X gives Apple two years’ advantage...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo says the iPhone X, though not selling as well as expected, has been a "strategic success" for Apple due to long-term competitive advantages such as Face ID and the TrueDepth cameras.

He explains that the 3D sensing capabilities in the high-end smartphone will pave the way for more advanced augmented reality and artificial intelligence applications. Kuo also believes that, though copycats will be in “full effect” in 2018 to implement their own versions of Face ID, Apple's technical advantages give it up two years’ advantage over the competition.

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How about a curved iMac with a Surround Sound system?

In 2014 Samsung announced the ATIV One 7 Curved (in the first image below), the first curved all-in-one computer. I don’t think the model sold particularly well. However, I’d love to see this idea incorporated into an iMac because I have no doubt that Apple could do a better implementation.

At the time of its release, Samsung had this to say about the curved design of the Samsung ATIV One 7 — which sold for $1,299: It offers a unique entertainment perspective and realistically immersive gaming experience. It draws users in and brings details to life on the Full HD panel, while the 4000R curvature makes the screen feel even larger than its already ample 27-inches.

While I think curved TVs from Samsung and other companies are a gimmick, a curved screen on a desktop computer makes more sense. The upside of such a screen (such as immersion and less glare) are more obvious when you're sitting right up against it instead of looking at it from six feet away on your...

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iPhone X seen as 'strategic success' for...

Fretting over iPhone X sales data is a fool's errand, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes, as he told investors on Monday that the premium-priced handset is a key strategic move for the company, positioning it far ahead of competitors for years to come.

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∞ Woman runs through landscape of iconic album...

This ad (embedded in the main Loop post) ran last year, but I just encountered it this weekend, thought it worth sharing.

I feel like the days of iconic album covers are all in the past. It’s not that the covers are any less creative, it’s more that I tend to get my music via links or as part of crafted playlists.

At the same time, album art went from 12″ album covers, to less than 5″ for a CD cover, down the the tiny thumbnails we have today.

No matter, enjoy the ad.

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Elbi philanthropy app now supports Apple Pay

The Elbi philanthropy app now supports Apple Pay. The app “brings together people, brands and charities to make philanthropy simple and rewarding.” Now users can make $1 micro-donations with Apple’s mobile payment system.

Elrid was created by model Natalia Vodianova (pictured) to allow users to “love” charities and causes. In return for micro donations, users receive "LoveCoins" that can be redeemed for items including Beats by Dre products.

Apple Pay is currently available in 20 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, the U.S., Denmark, Finland, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates.

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iPad: “Attempting data recovery”

iPhone J.D. legal blog:

The computer asked me if I wanted to update the iPad to the latest version of iOS, and I said yes without thinking much about it. Everything seemed to go fine, but then at the very end I saw an error message that I had never seen before telling me to press the iPad’s home button to attempt data recovery. What the heck? Nervous that I had somehow lost data on my daughter’s iPad, I pressed the button as instructed and crossed my fingers.

I then waited a while while the iPad told me that it was attempting data recovery.

I’ve seen this message, and I’ve heard from a number of other folks who’ve encountered the same issue while trying to apply an iOS update. Here’s a link showing what this looks like.

Seems to me it’d be easy enough to add in some kind of clarifying text to this error message. As is, it is a bit terrifying...

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Tim Cook’s take on learning to code vs learning a...

This snippet comes from a Guardian interview with Tim Cook:

Cook said: “I think if you had to make a choice, it’s more important to learn coding than a foreign language. I know people who disagree with me on that. But coding is a global language; it’s the way you can converse with 7 billion people.”

From Kirk McElhearn’s response:

I agree with Mr. Cook that coding teaches people logic and many other skills, but suggesting that it allows you to converse with 7 billion people is Trumpian foolishness. (If you follow Mr. Cook on Twitter, you’ll notice that he occasionally posts tweets in languages other than English. His minions clearly give him the texts, but it’s surprising that he doesn’t...

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Apple Pay donations now accepted in philanthropic...

Apple Pay is now an accepted form of payment for donations made through Elbi. The philanthropic app created by model Natalia Vodianova lets users “love” charities and causes which prompts micro donations.


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Spoiler: DJI Mavic Air revealed a day early with 4K...

From DroneDJ

Today we discovered the first photos and specifications of the DJI Mavic Air drone which will be officially released tomorrow morning at a special DJI event in New York City. Some of the main features of this new unmanned aerial vehicle from DJI are 4K video, 32-megapixel camera, and 4 foldable legs…

Click over to DroneDJ for the rest 


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∞ iPhone X ad: “I am the greatest”

[VIDEO] This iPhone X ad (embedded in the main Loop post) reached back in time, editing together snippets from a comedy album Muhammad Ali created early on in his professional boxing career, before he changed his name. The album was released under his birth name of Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., back when the world was first learning about “The Greatest”.

The snippets used in the Apple ad are from the second track on the album.

Here’s a link to the album’s Wikipedia page.

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Free augmented reality apps that are actually useful

The VeeR VR Blog has rounded up the “Top Free Augmented Reality Apple That Are Actually Useful". In this article, The VR bloggers include different kinds of AR apps that they’ve tried.

“Augmented reality has made our life so much easier in respect to acquiring information, gaining new knowledge, and sometimes completely changing the way of how we live,” writes Mina Bradley for VeeR VR Blog. “If you haven’t tried these apps we list, you’re missing out.”

Read the article for complete details. However, the apps recommended are Quartz (pictured above), Chalk, TapMeasure, JigSpace, Drops, Standland, Night Sky, and Math Ninja.

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VPN Unlimited protects your online activity with a...

Now through Tuesday night, 9to5Specials is offering a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited for $18 when promo code VPN18 is applied during checkout. Originally $50, but typically going for $40, today’s deal is over 50% off. Subscribing to VPN Unlimited delivers a secure connection over public or private Wi-Fi, the ability to bypass geolocation restrictions, and dedicated 24/7 support. Better yet, VPN Unlimited just added support for Netflix, Hulu and BBC iPlayer, which is great for accessing locked content.


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Apple partners with Malala Fund to provide...

Apple has pledged support to the Malala Fund, the organization led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, with the assistance expected to increase the Fund's impact in providing education to girls living in developing countries, including new programs in India and Latin America.

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Report: iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X accounted for 61% of...

Apple’s new 2017 iPhone models – iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X – made up for about 61% of iPhone sales in the United States, according to a new consumer study from CIRP. This is lower than the 72% share iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus took in the same quarter a year ago.

Comparisons to the 2016 cycle are difficult due to the staggered debut of the (higher priced) iPhone X in November, but it seems like older iPhone models sold better than usual during the holiday season.


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Checking out Amazon Go, the first no-checkout...

Glenn Fleishman, Fast Company:

Every part of the U.S. has a different local term for a convenience store: the bodega, the corner store—even “the Wawa,” a chain name that Northeasteners use generically. Now Amazon wants to extend its brand to the notion of a grab-and-go shop with Amazon Go, a store that literally lets you grab and go.


Amazon Go works like—well, like a physical manifestation of Amazon’s 1-Click checkout, where you “click” by taking an item off a shelf. On arrival, you launch the Go app, which comes out today for iPhones and Android phones and connects to your Amazon account. It displays a 2D code that you scan at one of several glass security gates. The code identifies you to the store and opens the gate.


Once you’re in, AI algorithms start to track you and everything you pick up and keep. You can bag your items as you go if you so choose, and need interact with an employee only if you’re buying alcohol, in which case an...

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Agenda is a new note-taking app for macOS

Momenta B.V. has introduced Agenda, its debut application for macOS (10.12 and higher). Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for planning and documenting projects. 

The app is made available under an interesting sales model: it’s free to use with no time restrictions, but an in-app purchase will permanently unlock all premium features released in the coming year. With Agenda, you group notes for each project into a timeline. 

Notes can be manually ordered in the timeline, or given a date. They can also be coupled to events in the Calendar app.

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Get a great deal on Drive Genius 5

Want to keep your Mac running in peak condition? Drive Genius is the tool of choice for Mac consultants, Mac professionals, and even Apple's Genius Bar staffs. Working to maintain, protect and repair your Mac's drive, Drive Genius is available for a limited time for $39 -- 60% off the usual $99 price tag

Drive Genius 5 is made up of 19 different utilities, all automated to work behind the scenes so you never notice a slowdown. The new Drive Pulse feature scans constantly in idle mode to identify malware. Bootwell lets you create a bootable secondary drive, making it a cinch to easily repair your main drive. Other features of Drive Genius 5 include:

  • Optimize &...
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Tim Cook to deliver Duke University’s commencement...

Apple CEO Tim Cook, a graduate of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a member of the university’s Board of Trustees, will deliver Duke's commencement address on Sunday, May 13, 2018, President Vincent Price announced.

“I am absolutely delighted that Tim Cook will be returning to campus as this spring’s commencement speaker,” said Price in a press release. “Throughout his career, Tim has embodied Duke’s values of innovation and service to society, whether through his contributions to Apple’s groundbreaking technology or his advocacy for social justice. I can imagine no better person, and no bigger Duke fan, to inspire the Class of 2018.”

The tech CEO earned his MBA in 1988 from Duke, where he was a Fuqua Scholar, an honor given only to students who graduate in the top 10% of their class. He received a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University in 1982.

Cook has been a member of the Duke Board of Trustees since 2015...

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Smart Home Diary: Ending up with iPhone-controlled...

Once you start down the HomeKit route, the convenience of having everything controlled from a single app is pretty addictive. So these days I view HomeKit compatibility as a pretty non-negotiable item with any smart home tech.

But there are limits. And paying £16,500 ($22,000) for a Lutron system was definitely well beyond them!

However, the thing about having a lot of windows – especially floor to ceiling ones – is that good-quality blinds are expensive no matter what. And in the winter garden (glazed balcony) in particular, which is where we spend a huge amount of our time, we wanted really nice ones.

So when we found that we could have great blinds with iPhone control and promised HomeKit support for a little under half that price, we gulped and went for it …


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Disney hires Apple veteran to launch its Netflix...


Disney announced last summer that it plans to launch an ESPN-branded direct-to-consumer offering early this year, followed by a Disney-branded service in 2019. To power the service, Disney acquired a large stake in the streaming solutions provider BAMTech for $1.58 billion last year.


Disney’s BAMTech Media has hired former Apple and Samsung executive Kevin Swint as SVP and GM, Disney SVOD Service, to build, and ultimately run, the company’s upcoming Netflix competitor.

Netflix killer? I don’t think so. But they will make life just a bit harder for Netflix:

To prepare for the launch of its own subscription video business, Disney announced that it won’t renew its distribution agreement with Netflix.

Presumably, that will also include the content they will acquire in the Fox deal.


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Asset icons pulled from iOS beta show muted HomePod...

Delves through iOS beta firmware released on Friday has revealed some HomePod iconography, showing an Apple TV, assorted environmental icons probably for HomeKit, a muted microphone icon associated with the HomePod, and other graphics associated with use and setup of Apple's Siri speaker.

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Apple teams with Malala Fund to support girls’...

Apple and Malala Fund announced that Apple will become the fund’s first Laureate partner, enabling a significant expansion of Malala’s effort to support girls’ education and advocate for equal opportunity. Led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, Malala Fund champions every girl’s right to 12 years of free, safe, quality education.

With Apple’s support, Malala Fund expects to double the number of grants awarded by its Gulmakai Network and extend funding programs to India and Latin America with the initial goal of extending secondary education opportunities to more than 100,000 girls.

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai visit with Lebanese and Syrian students in Beirut, Lebanon. — Photo courtesy of Apple

Apple will help Malala Fund scale its organization by assisting with technology, curriculum and research into policy changes needed to help girls everywhere attend school and complete their education. Tim Cook,...

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Consensus view now appears to be to guide children’s...

British academics last month argued that previous guidance to limit the screen-time of children to 1-2 hours is now outdated. A new report says that the same conclusion is being reached by childcare professionals in the U.S. also …


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Apple wants iOS to offer a common display area for...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 2018002321) for a “mobile device with applications that use a common place card to display data relating to a location” on iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that one of the problems with the growing number of apps is that different ones display data relating to a same entity, such a location. Which means you have to open multiple apps to get all the info you need.

For example, if a person wishes to go to a movie theatre to catch a movie, then she may have to open up multiple different applications to view different pieces of data relating to the same movie theater. The person may have to open up a movie showtime application to check what movies are playing at the movie theatre.

If she needs driving directions to the movie theater, then she may have to open up a maps application. If the person wants to see what other people are saying about the movie theatre, then the person has to...

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Of course, there’s now a U.S. class action lawsuit...

Apple may have advised that it is seeing ‘little to no performance hit’ from security mitigations for the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws in Intel and ARM chips, but that of course isn’t deterring anyone from suing them.

We reported last week that lawyers in Israel were seeking court permission to include Apple in a class action lawsuit there, and now it turns out that a U.S. firm has beaten them to it …


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TAP-EX is useful for extending wireless networks in...

If you have not-so-hot spots in your home or small business in which your wireless network is weak, Amped Wireless' TAP-EX extender is a decent investment at $89.99 (originally it was $119.99). Not so much for multi-level apartment complexes and big businesses.

The TAP-EX wireless network extender can boost a WiFi signal to cover up to 10,000 square feet. Setting it up is a breeze. You just plug it in, and a touch screen will illuminate. Select the Wi-Fi network you want to extend and the Amped product takes care of the rest. The touch screen can also be used to set parental controls. 

For the "power user," it can be used with features such as Wi-Fi Access Schedule, the strength of the Wi-Fi signal in Signal Coverage Controls, and more. The extender is built with two additional wired ports for connecting TVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles and any other network device. It's also equipped with a...

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Apple helps Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala...

Inspired by the work of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, Apple has announced that it is supporting her work to provide educational opportunities to girls in developing countries.

Apple says its funding will enable a ‘significant expansion’ of the work of the Malala Fund, and help it reach a goal of providing secondary education to more than 100,000 girls who would otherwise be unable to attend school …


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3D printers could let you produce your own drugs

You might imagine that drug production only happens at gigantic pharma corporations with millions of dollars worth of equipment. However, researchers at the University of Glasgow have unveiled a new process of building "reactionware," or small reacto...

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How to customize and customize items in macOS High...

There are four ways to view items in a Finder window in macOS High Sierra: as icons, as a list, in columns, or in Cover Flow view. To choose a view, use the View buttons at the top of the Finder window. In the four views, there are additional ways to customize how your items are displayed.


For example, you can sort items, arrange icons, and resize columns. Your settings for sorting and arranging items in a folder apply until you change them. If you sort your Documents folder by Date Added, the next time you view your Documents folder, it’s sorted by Date Added.

To sort items, in any view, choose View > Show View Options, click the Sort By pop-up menu, then choose the sort order, such as Date Modified or Name. In List view and Cover Flow, move the pointer over the column name you want to sort by, then click it. Click the column name again to reverse the sort order.

To arrange items in any view, click the Item Arrangement button , then choose an option,...

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FilmStruck's alternative streaming service is...

A movie streaming service backed by Warner Bros. and Turner is launching in the UK in the "coming weeks," the pair have announced. FilmStruck has been lighting up screens in the US since late 2016, and will arrive across the pond with a slightly diff...

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Apple expected to release fix for chaiOS bug this...

Apple is presently working on a fix for the chaiOS bug that crashes Messages when you receive a specific URL in a chat.

The fix is expected to arrive this week.

chaiOS is a bug that crashes Messages on iOS-based devices when a specific Github link is shared in a chat. It can also cause the iOS springboard to crash and relaunch.

Apple has informed Buzzfeed that a report will be coming this week and that the company will work to prevent similar issues in the future. The web site that generated the URL associated with the chaiOS bugs has also been removed, fixing the issue from that end as well.

The chaiOS bug itself was revealed earlier this week and doesn’t appear to be malicious, though more annoying than anything else.

Via The Mac Observer and...

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The Morning After: Nike's PlayStation sneakers...

Hey, good morning!

Welcome back to the week. Playboy demonstrates once again that it doesn't understand the internet, Nike and PlayStation come together in a sneaker and Amazon's checkout-free store opens to the public this week.

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HomePod receives FCC approval, appears ready to...

Apple’s HomePod just snagged FCC approval and is that much closer to launch.

The smart speaker received approval on January 19th, which likely means a launch is imminent. Details on the filing include an image of the bottom of the smart speaker where the FCC label will be located.

Interestingly, many of the FCC documents are dated September 27th, but have just now been released, which suggests that the hardware may not have changed much in the past months.

As of last week, it was rumored that Apple’s suppliers have shipped the first million HomePod units, with expectations for a total of 10-12 million HomePods to be produced this year.

Shipping expectations were for HomePod to ship within 4-6 weeks. It’s hard to know if we might see a launch much sooner, but odds seem good that Apple will make its smart speaker available next month at the latest.

It’s also been noted that the most recent iOS 11.2.5 beta includes regulatory and license...

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Apple may be close to launching its HomePod speaker

Apple's HomePod has been sitting in limbo for the better part of a year, but a few new clues suggest that it's on the cusp of launching -- and hint at what it can do. To begin with, the HomePod recently received FCC approval. The filing itself does...

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Sunday January 21

Sphero cuts jobs and refocuses on education

Sphero was supposed to have a banner holiday with a slew of toys themed around Star Wars, Cars 3 and Spider-Man on top of its own self-branded creations. However, things turned out very differently. The company has confirmed to TechCrunch that it rec...

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Rocket Lab reaches orbit for the first time

Rocket Lab has reached orbit for the first time, even though it's only the private space company's second flight. Even more impressive? The test mission, dubbed "Still Testing," had three customer satellites in tow: one is an Earth-imaging satellite,...

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Netflix's 'The Crown' earns the lone...

With each new awards season, more streaming series and movies make their way to the list of nominees. In fact, one category at tonight's 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Female Actor in a Drama Series, was comprised entirely of nominees from H...

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Mo'Nique accuses Netflix of gender and race pay...

Pay gaps in the entertainment industry might not be limited to conventional productions. Actress and comedienne Mo'Nique has called for a boycott against Netflix after accusing the service of gender- and race-based pay gaps. It reportedly offered M...

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Apple highlights Portrait Lighting selfies in latest...

Apple continued its promotional push for iPhone X on Sunday with a short video advertisement featuring Portrait Lighting selfies, a new front-facing camera mode made possible by the smartphone's TrueDepth camera system.

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GraphicConverter 10.5.4

Adds HEIC export capabilities via an external helper tool on macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($39.95 new, free update, 181 MB)


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Speedy DNA nanorobot could lead to molecular...

DNA-based robots promise all kinds of microscopic machinery, but there's a major obstacle: they're slow. Existing designs that use biochemical processes for movement can take hours to shuffle molecules around, which makes them utterly impractical fo...

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Glasses could prevent motion sickness in self-...

Never mind festooning a self-driving car in lights and other devices to fend off motion sickness -- you might just have to slip on some eyewear. University of Michigan researchers have patented a system that could use glasses or a headset to prevent...

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iOS 11.2.5 Home app icons suggest HomePod will...

New icons discovered in the latest build of iOS 11.2.5 have revealed some of the functionality that may arrive with the release of the elusive HomePod in upcoming weeks. Specifically, users may be able to create custom scenes with support for muting the speaker’s “Hey Siri” capabilities.


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Microsoft Office 2016 16.9

Adds real-time collaborative editing and AutoSave features. ($149.99 new for one-time purchase, $99.99/$69.99 annual subscription options, free update)


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US coal industry saw little growth in 2017 despite...

The Trump administration has been eager to prop up the US coal industry despite evidence that it's in a steep decline. But did it have much of an effect? Not really. Reuters has obtained preliminary Mining Health and Safety Administration data sho...

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Playboy sues Boing Boing over a web link

Playboy has filed a lawsuit against Boing Boing, accusing the offbeat news blog of copyright infringement for linking to an Imgur gallery and a YouTube video that showed every Playmate centerfold. Boing Boing wasn't involved in the creation of the ga...

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Facebook hires TV network CEO to land worldwide...

It's clearer than ever that Facebook wants to become a leader in live sports streaming. Variety and the Guardian have learned that Facebook has hired Peter Hutton, the CEO of Discovery-owned TV network Eurosport, to lead its negotiations for worldwi...

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Amazon's checkout-free store opens to the...

Amazon's bid to automate the convenience store is finally ready for the public. The company has confirmed that the Amazon Go store attached to its new Seattle headquarters will be open to non-employees on January 22nd, or more than a year later than...

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After Math: First!

It was a week of firsts for the tech industry. Facebook finally got around to adding its first African American board member (because it's not like it's already 2018 or anything), a lifeguard drone made its first Hasselhoffian beach rescue, Ferrari a...

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Google's Gboard debuts a quick way to create...

Google's Gboard for iOS is lagging a bit behind its Android counterpart, but a new update for iPhone users comes with a game changer. As The Verge has noticed, its dedicated GIF-maker button is no longer hidden at the bottom and now has a more promin...

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Ben Heck's mini pinball game: Designing the case

With the electronics, mechanisms and simulations done, the miniature pinball game is starting to come together. Now it needs a great case. Remember, not every design element needs to be done on the computer first; sometimes it's better to get han...

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Verizon's lower-cost unlimited plan now works...

Verizon's latest unlimited plans may have some undesirable... limits, but at least you won't have to pay for the more expensive plan the next time you're on a North American vacation. As of January 25th, the $75 Go Unlimited plan will include calling...

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Saturday January 20

'Overwatch' pro player suspended for...

The Overwatch League's honeymoon is over. Dallas Fuel player Felix "xQc" Lengyel has been suspended by both the League and Fuel after hurling a homophobic insult at the Houston Outlaws' openly gay player Austin "Muma" Wilmot. After Wilmot used one...

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Tuesday January 13

Android 5.0 Lollipop still hard to find, full of...

Google's Android team has advised outside security researchers that it will no longer fix security bugs found in Jelly Bean or earlier releases, despite the fact that "pre-KitKat 4.4" software powers the majority of active users' devices currently accessing Google Play. Meanwhile, less than 0.1 percent of Android users have received Android 5.0, and those who have report an "unfinished/unpolished" experience.

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Hands On: Chrome Remote Desktop (OS X, iOS)

Imagine squeezing your retina iMac screen down onto an iPhone 5. You can do it. It might look a bit silly and initially you might wonder why you'd bother, but it has long been possible to see and remotely control your Macs and PCs on even your iPhone. Now Google has released Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS and you can do it for free. You'll do it, too: try this once and you will forever keep finding other reasons why it's incredibly useful. It's fantastic when you forget a file, for instance, and can now just find and email it to yourself from afar. And it will save your soul, your sanity and yo...


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InvenSense hit with lawsuit over concessions in...

A new lawsuit filed against gyroscope and accelerometer supplier for Apple, InvenSense, accuses the company of failing to tell investors about the concessions it made to secure a recent deal. InvenSense parts are used in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus; executives should have warned investors, the suit alleges, that Apple was given a "sweetheart deal" that would hurt profits. "Instead of revealing the true condition of the company and its prospects, defendants hid those facts from investors and chose to issue strong guidance and paint a picture of a bright future with a new mega-customer," the complai...


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Rumor: Apple's 'iPhone 6s' could ship...

With over half a year remaining before Apple is expected to unveil its next-generation iPhone, a fresh rumor out of Taiwan suggests that the company may be considering a new dual-lens camera system and the addition of "Force Touch," the pressure-sensitive touch technology set to be introduced in the Apple Watch.

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AllCast media streamer makes leap to iOS

A new port of AllCast, a popular Android app, has just been released for iOS. The title lets users stream personal photo, video, and music libraries to a variety of platforms, not just the Apple TV, the only format natively supported by Apple. Some compatible targets include Chrome, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, WDTV, Xbox One/Xbox 360, and various platforms compatible with DLNA....

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Apple axes long-running 'Single of the Week...

Ten years after giving away its first song, Apple has reportedly wound down the "Single of the Week" program that offered iTunes users a chance to download a free track from up-and-coming artists.

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Quanta ramping up production of 12-inch MacBook Air...

Taiwan-based supplier Quanta Computer has entered into "volume" production of Apple's upcoming 12-inch MacBook Air, according to supply chain sources. The laptop is reportedly on track to ship in the first quarter of the year, despite other rumors pointing to the second quarter. The new sources say that Quanta has escalated recruitment efforts in order to speed up production....

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Hands On: Toca Hair Salon 2 (iOS)

Makeover apps tend to be somewhat serious, and are generally geared toward adults. Instead of being a fun game, they tend to be more akin to photo-editing software, which is generally pretty complex and low on the amusement scale. Toca Boca, however, has stepped forth with Toca Hair Salon 2, a makeover game that offers a lot to younger gamers or future beauticians....

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Facebook will display Amber Alerts in News Feeds

Facebook will start to post into its users News Feed alerts about missing children in the future, in an effort to locate them. A partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will involve the social network showing Amber Alerts to Facebook users located in specific search areas, both on mobile devices and desktops....

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Briefly: Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS, CBS News iOS...

Google has expanded its Chrome Remote Desktop app to include iOS compatibility. Now available for download on iTunes, iOS users can now orchestrate accessing their desktop computer for free by downloading the accompanying Chrome browser app. Chrome Remote Access has been available for Android users since last year....

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