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Tuesday January 31

06:17
Tabula is a new writing app for the Mac that...

Charlie Imhoff has released Tabula 1.0 for macOS. It’s a writing app that automatically formats your text as you write. 

Tabula uses an intelligent interpreter that reads and styles text automatically to enable users to create beautiful text documents without touching a styling toolbar or learning complex markup, according to Imhoff. It wraps up its interpretation in handcrafted themes for export, adjusting to screen size so they read comfortably on any device, he adds. 

Tabula requires macOS 10.10 or later. For a limited time, it’s offered for the introductory price of $4.99and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store. Tabula is also available for iOS for the introductory price of $2.99 at the Apple App Store. Tabula for macOS and iOS work together through iCloud Drive, allowing authors to start documents on their iPhones or iPads, and finish them on their Macs.

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06:13
Apple’s first quarter earnings call, today at 2p PT...

Want to listen in? The call will be live streamed here.

Want a bit of detail on what’s expected, what’s at stake? Joe Rossignol pulled together this post for Mac Rumors that does a nice job laying everything out.

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06:09
Property Flip or Hold is a new real estate tool for...

Pixolini has introduced Property Flip or Hold 1.0, a new financial app for macOS. It’s designed to help real estate investors quickly compare return on investment to flip and take profit now or hold and rent property for passive income. 

Property Flip or Hold automatically calculates profit scenario by entering property information like after repair value, repairs, holding cost, taxes, insurance, mortgage information for purchasing for flip, mortgage information for holding, renting and more. It’s designed for: investors for personal use or others; real estate agents; wholesale investors; property flippers; and those who rent property.

Property Flip or Hold requires macOS 10.12 or later. It costs $14.99 and is available worldwide through the Mac App Store.

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06:02
'It's Tricky': Apple Misses the...

Apple has not fully paid the 13 billion euros ($13.9 billion) it owes to Ireland in illegal tax benefits even though the deadline has passed, the European Union's competition said on Tuesday. From a report: "Well the recovery is not done yet but we have been working with the Irish authorizes and we can see that they are moving forward to do the recovery of the unpaid taxes," EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said during a press conference in response to a question by CNBC. "It's a tricky thing to do because it's a large sum so of course you have to figure out how to do that. It's not as an escrow account in some of the other cases where it might be 25 or 30 million euros ... and therefore I do respect that it's a complicated matter and it may take a little more time. Last year, the Commission ruled that Ireland must recover 13 billion euros in "illegal tax benefits" from Apple. It found that the U.S. technology giant paid an effective tax rate of 0.005 percent in...

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06:00
SCOSCHE introduces USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter

SCOSCHE Industries has released the USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, which features three ports and is targeted for Type-C devices such as the 2016 MacBooks and MacBook Pros.

One port is an HDMI connection that allows users to mirror the laptop display to an HDMI-enabled TV or display up to 4K HD. Additionally, it outputs video content such as movies and captured video. You connect the adapter to the Type-C port of the MacBook or other USB-C device and then to a TV or projector via an HDMI cable.

The USB-C Hub also has a Type-A port, allowing users to connect older peripherals and computer accessories, such as flash drives and cameras, to the new Type-C Mac laptops. The Type-A port on the adapter also lets users charge and sync their iPhone, iPad or iPod. The third USB port on the adapter (USB-C) permits pass-through charging of MacBooks or other Type-C computers even when the other ports are in-use.

The USB-C Hub is available now for $59.99 at...

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05:59
Plex plans to add streaming video news service with...

Plex today announced plans to acquire streaming video news service Watchup and deliver the news content directly to the over 10 million people using its media server apps. The deal will bring video news content from CNN, CBS, Sky News, Euronews, the Wall Street Journal, and many others to Plex’s exiting user base. 

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05:50
'Final Fantasy XII' remaster comes to PS4...

Final Fantasy XII, the last in the franchise to grace the PlayStation 2, is getting the remaster treatment on PlayStation 4. Today, at a special event in Tokyo celebrating the series' 30th anniversary, Square Enix announced two release dates for the...

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05:43
Apple applies for two patents regarding augmented...

Apple has applied for two patents regarding augmented reality (AR), both of which would logically (or so it seems to me) involve the iPhone. One patent (number 9,560,273) is for a “wearable information system” having at least one camera.

The system will have at least one camera and a low-power mode and a high power mode. The high-power mode would be activated by a detection of at least one object in at least one field of view of the at least one camera.

In the patent filing, Apple says that AR, as a new user interface paradigm, “has seen great progress, especially based on computer vision algorithms for object recognition and pose estimation. “Head mounted displays, equipped with a camera have been known for some time.

Apple says that one big obstacle for the success of AR-based information systems, which are able to always watch the user's surrounding for interesting objects, is the high power-consumption of image processing algorithms run on...

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05:43
On the day of Apple’s earnings call, analysts...

Apple’s report of its financial results today will be a key one for the company: it will either announce a return to growth after three straight quarters of falling sales, or it will report a full 12 months of decline. We’ve so far seen mixed expectations from analysts, but the latest on-the-day consensus is for a comfortable level of growth …

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05:30
DistilUnion Wally Ether is a clear winner

Going out with the Wally Ether and car keys. Photo ©2017, Steven Sande

Last month, Dennis Sellers reviewed the Wally iPhone case from DistilUnion. Today, the Charleston, SC-based design house released the latest in their handy Wally wallet case line with the new $34.99 Wally Ether

Like the Wally case, the Wally Ether has a leather wallet on the back of the case for carrying up to 4 cards or 3 cards and some cash. But that's where the similarity stops; rather than using a TPE case like the one on the Wally case, the Wally Ether uses a slim clear polycarbonate shell so that you really don't see the case from the front or sides.

The leather exterior is made of full-grain leather  and will age beautifully. A choice of colors -- Ink (black), Hickory (brown), Slate (gray) and...

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05:23
Super Mario Run update for iPhone brings easy mode,...




A new update to "Super Mario Run" eliminates all the stress of the game, with a new "easy mode" removing the timer allowing players to explore the level at their leisure.

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05:19
Nintendo delays its 'Animal Crossing'...

Fans of Isabelle and K.K. Slider will need to wait a little while longer before they can play Animal Crossing on their smartphones. As part of its latest earnings release, Nintendo has revealed that the upcoming mobile adaptation won't be released in...

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05:15
New Apple Campus 2 aerial drone footage released,...

Construction continues on Apple’s new “Campus 2” headquarters, new footage shot by drone revealing signs of work on the canopies, walkways, and plants around the campus buildings despite recent poor weather.

The previous installment from drone pilot Matthew Roberts showed progress was being hampered by poor weather, with waterlogged grounds affecting landscaping efforts. Patches of water accumulated from the storms persist in the latest video, but the site as a whole seems to have drained sufficiently enough to dry off the majority of work areas.

Apple’s research and development facility now features paving in front of the building, offering a solid surface with which to load, unload and park nearby. Lighting poles have been installed around the building, illuminating the paved area as well as walkways to the sides and rear.

A walkway on top of the main transit tunnel is under construction, complete with trees to surround the pathway. Trees are also being...

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05:10
Nintendo’s Animal Crossing delayed from March to at...

Updated with Super Mario Run sales, final paragraph.

Nintendo recently announced that Fire Emblem Heroes will be arriving on iPhone and iPad on February 2, but has now quietly announced that the mobile version of Animal Crossing will launch later than expected. Animal Crossing had originally been expected to make it onto iOS devices sometime in March, but a small note in a financial statement now rules this out …

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05:00
Apple’s Activation Lock website could have played...

Apple’s Activation Lock web site may have been involved in a hack, thus explaining its sudden removal and elimination.

As it turns out, the Activation Lock website was a vital part of a bypass hack used to unlock devices bricked by Activation Lock, perhaps hinting at why Apple shelved it.

The hack centered around the perpetrators changing one or two characters of an invalid serial number, thereby generating a valid serial number for an iOS device. The valid number could then be used to gain full access to the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Recently, when attempting to activate a new or recently restored device, some iPhone owners have found their devices inexplicably locked to another Apple ID account – one with an unknown name and password. The problem has been affecting iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 7, and 7 Plus models since September and can only be fixed by Apple.

Apple has yet to confirm the existence of the hack demonstrated below, but it currently...

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05:00
Hackers Targeted DC Police Cams Days Before...


A ransomware attack darkened the video surveillance system of the District of Columbia's police department eight days before the presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump. Video storage devices for 70 percent of the CCTV system reportedly were unable to record anything between Jan. 12 and Jan. 15, as police techies scrambled to combat malicious software found on 123 of 187 networked video recorders. However, the safety of the public was never in jeopardy during the camera blackout, a Secret Service official said.

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04:54
Twitter's rolling out new features to counter...

Twitter said late Monday it is rolling out features soon to counter abuse on its platform, though it did not provide details of the measures it is taking to address the problem.

“We’re taking a completely new approach to abuse on Twitter. Including having a more open & real-time dialogue about it every step of the way,” wrote company CEO Jack Dorsey, referring to a tweet by Ed Ho, vice president for engineering, in which he promised the changes soon.

“This week, we’ll tackle long overdue fixes to mute/block and stopping repeat offenders from creating new accounts,” wrote Ho in one of a series of tweets.

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04:41
Walmart kills its Amazon Prime-style shipping service

After launching it less than a year ago, Walmart is scrapping ShippingPass, a subscription program meant to compete with Amazon Prime's free shipping. Instead, it will offer free two-day shipping without a membership, provided you order goods worth u...

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04:30
ClearGuard is an affordable solution for protecting...

Along with the iVisor Pro 15, Moshi’s $24.95 ClearGuard keyboard protector is a must-have (for me, anyway) accessory for my MacBook Pro with Touch. I’m often sipping a cup of coffee while I work on Apple World Today articles. I’ve yet to spill it on my Mac laptop, but, since I’m a klutz, it’s always possible.

In such an event, the ClearGuard — which has been tweaked for MacBook Pros with Touch Bars — could be a life saver. Instead of silicone (of which some screen protectors are made), Moshi uses thermoplastic urethane that’s about .1 mm thin, so it’s much slimmer than silicone protectors. Installing the ClearGuard is easy -- you remove the cover from protective cardboard and plastic packaging, remove two...

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04:13
Lyft can now pull destinations from your calendar,...

Ordering a Lyft ride just got easier – in theory, at least – as it can now pull destinations from your calendar. Provided you give the app permission to access your iPhone calendar, you can select the ‘Add from calendar’ option under Destinations, and then tap on the event. This follows Uber introducing the same functionality earlier this month.

There is, though, a catch which is likely to limit the functionality for most people …

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04:02
More tech CEOs speak out against Trump's...

More tech leaders have voiced opposition to Trump's immigration policy, including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who attended the President's tech summit just a month ago. Bezos said that Amazon has contacted congressional leaders, reached out to the new adm...

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04:00
How to use Quick Look in macOS Sierra

You can use Quick Look in macOS Sierra to view photos, files, or a folder without opening them. You can use Quick Look for items in Finder windows, on your desktop, in emails, in messages, and other places.

(Represented by the blue icon with the smiling face, the Finder is the home base for your Mac. You use it to organize and access almost everything on your Mac, including documents, images, movies, and any other files you have. To use Quick Look:

Select one or more items, then press the Space bar. Or force click an item. A Quick Look window opens. If you selected multiple items, the first item is shown. In the Quick Look window, do any of the following:

Manually enlarge the window: Drag its corners.

See the item in full screen: Click the Full Screen buttonon the left. To return to the previous size, click the Exit Full Screen button .

See the next or previous item: Click the arrows on the left, or press the Left and Right arrow keys. In full...

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03:30
The 10 Mac games you need to play from January 2017

January's Mac games

Image by Fingerlab

With so many exhausting, frustrating, and intensely serious things happening in the world of late, we all could use some fresh distractions to provide some light moments here and there, right? We’re just a month removed from our big list of 2016’s must-play Mac games, but if you’re ready to move onto 2017’s most interesting new releases, we can help you there. 

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03:00
The Morning After: Tuesday, January 31 2017

Over the last 24 hours, you might have missed electronic glasses that auto-focus for you, Google's $4 million contribution to immigration organizations, and Gap's augmented reality dressing room app.

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02:54
Apple patents detail augmented reality device with...




Apple on Tuesday was granted a pair of patents that together describe a mobile augmented reality system capable of detecting its surroundings and displaying generated virtual information to users in real time.

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01:41
Yale's liquid metal material can shed light on...

We most likely won't reach the center of the Earth in this lifetime, but scientists might be able to recreate it with the help of Yale's new liquid metal material. Researchers from the university have created a substance made of various particles sus...

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00:16
Watch today's Liverpool vs Chelsea game in 4K...

Are you a soccer (football to the rest of the world) fan with a state-of-the-art home theater? If you answered "yes" to both of those questions and happen to be a BT Sport subscriber, today's match between Chelsea and Liverpool should be of special i...

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Monday January 30

22:44
Exploring what made the 'Doom' and '...

The new Doom was almost one of my favorite games last year. While it was edged out at the last minute, there's no denying how refreshing the game was. Developer id's laser-focus on speed, making the player throw caution to the wind and tossing modern...

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21:01
Lego launches a safe social network for kids to...

If your child is a budding Lego genius yearning to show off their creative constructions to the world, then Lego has just the place for them to do it. The company behind the iconic bricks has just launched a new social network made for kids under 13....

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20:14
Cassini captures close-up views of Saturn's...

NASA has released high-resolution close-up images of Saturn's outermost rings captured by Cassini as part of its penultimate mission. The spacecraft has been diving in and out of the rings every week since November, taking images that show features a...

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19:07
Study offers best evidence yet that we're in a...

Don't freak out, but there's a good chance that the entire universe is actually a holographic projection. The theory isn't new -- we've been talking about it since the 90's -- but a new study from researchers in Canada, Italy and the United Kingdom h...

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18:42
Twitter admits 'didn't move fast enough...

After years of hearing users cry out about the abuse on its platform and reacting in ways that may have made its problems even worse, Twitter says it's listening. VP of engineering Ed Ho tweeted tonight that "We heard you, we didn't move fast enough...

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18:02
'BioShock' for iOS is officially dead,...




Following a hyped release in 2014, and a subsequent removal from the App Store due to compatibility issues, developer 2K has revealed its lauded first person shooter "BioShock" is unlikely to make a return to Apple's portable devices.

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17:34
MacBook Pro Touch Bar banned from multiple state bar...

Here's an unexpected drawback of Apple's latest flagship laptops: law students in several states are being asked to disable the Touch Bar on their new MacBook Pros, or leave them at home entirely, if they plan to use the machines when they take the b...

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17:25
LG's UltraFine 5K Display Becomes Useless When...

The LG UltraFine 5K Display was designed in part by Apple to work with the New MacBook Pro and as a replacement for the Thunderbolt Display, which was discontinued late last year. According to 9to5Mac, the display apparently wasn't designed to work next to routers as it will flicker, disconnect, or freeze computers when it's within two meters of a router due to electromagnetic interference. The Verge reports: In emails to 9to5Mac, LG acknowledged the problem -- which LG says isn't an issue for any of its other monitors -- noting that routers "may affect the performance of the monitor" and that users should "have the router placed at least two meters away from the monitor" to avoid issues. Once the monitor was moved into a different room away from the router, 9to5Mac says the issues subsided. Despite the fact that it's insane to require a router to be far away from what is likely the main computer in your home, there's been no indication that LG is working on a fix for the issue,...

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17:21
Apple ceases iOS 10.2 code signing following iOS 10....




After the successful release of iOS 10.2.1 last week, Apple on Monday stopped signing code for iOS 10.2, prohibiting users from downgrading to the older operating system.

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17:09
What's on TV: Super Bowl LI, 'Powerless,...

This weekend is obviously focused on the Big Game, but there's more on deck. Netflix is streaming a new series, Santa Clarita Diet, starring Timothy Olyphant and Drew Barrymore, while Amazon has the final episode in this season of The Grand Tour. Als...

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16:33
Apple stops signing iOS 10.2 following release of...

As it generally does following new iOS releases, Apple today stopped signing iOS 10.2. The move comes following the release of iOS 10.2.1 earlier this month, which included bug fixes and security patches. Apple is also currently beta testing iOS 10.3, which will likely be released to the public sometime this Spring.

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16:29
Workplace AI makes it all too easy to track you on...

Artificial intelligence can help you work and even help you find work, but it's now being used to monitor you at work... and that's not entirely a good thing. New Scientist notes that a London firm, StatusToday, recently joined a security accelerato...

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15:54
[Sponsor] Setapp by MacPaw Is an 'Unstore...

Setapp is an ambitious new project created to fix all that should be fixed on the MAS. With Setapp you get 60+ high-quality apps for a single subscription. There are no ads or in-app purchases, applications are fully-functional and all the future upgrades are free. Plus, the app collection grows monthly to cover all your needs while the price stays the same. Setapp has been launched by MacPaw, the guys behind CleanMyMac and Gemini, as an alternative to App Store experience.

Subscription is $9.99/month. Sign up to give it a try — the first month is free.

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15:46
Googlers stage a walkout to protest Trump's...

Numerous technology companies have already voiced their opposition to the Trump administration's executive order from Friday banning the immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim nations. Today, Google employees from eight campuses have...

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15:35
Apple plans to improve Siri with new ‘iCloud...

iOS 10.3 introduces new capabilities like Find My AirPods, but one change that went somewhat under the radar is a new feature aiming to improve Siri and artificial intelligence as a whole. As detailed by ZDNet, a new iCloud Analytics feature aims to collect data from users and use it do improve Siri and other smart features.

We’ve noted several times that Apple desperately needs to improve Siri, especially if a standalone Siri Speaker is in the pipeline. Would you opt-in to iCloud Analytics if you knew it would help Siri?

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15:25
Notable apps and app updates for Jan. 30, 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

UK Snappd has introduced Snappd 1.0. It’s a free video discovery and storytelling app designed to help you find the best stories and creators from Snapchat and Instagram.

macOS Apps/Updates

The Records Team has released Records 1.5.1 for Mac, an update to their personal database application for macOS.

It allows anyone to collect and organize their information, from favorite movies, to customer invoices, to home inventory, and more. Version 1.5.1 adds support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro and macOS Sierra.

Records requires macOS 10.10 or later. It costs $9.99...

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15:23
This tiny glob could be humans' earliest known...

Paleobiologists in search of the earliest records of life on Earth have discovered what they believe is the human race's earliest known ancestor: a 540 million-year-old deuterostome about the size of a grain of rice called Saccorhytus coronarious tha...

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15:00
Razer acquires Nextbit and its 'cloud phone...

In the last couple of years Razer has acquired companies including Ouya and THX, and now it's making a splash in mobile with the purchase of Nextbit. Its latest target introduced the Robin "cloud phone" last year, which we found "beautiful, but flawe...

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14:40
Gamma ray telescope spots ancient, intense black...

NASA's Fermi gamma ray telescope has been working overtime, it seems. Scientists using the instrument have spotted extreme astronomical phenomenon both at the far edge of the universe and close to home. They've detected the farthest known blazars, or...

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14:32
Siri and the Super Bowl

As the Super Bowl countdown begins, Siri is gearing up for the Big Game. For the first time, Apple TV users can now ask Siri to tune in live to the Super Bowl just by saying, “Watch the Super Bowl.” Whether you’re at home, at a local sports bar or at a friend’s party, Siri is available everywhere you are and provides even more football insights including team rosters, player comparisons, historical stats, season records and more.

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14:24
AWT News Update: January 30, 2017

Monday's here, along with a handful of Apple news stories to fill you in on this last Monday of January:

  • iPhone revenues will most likely be up when announced tomorrow during Apple's Q1 2017 Earnings Call tomorrow, thanks to larger than expected sales of the iPhone 7 Plus
  • We invite our readers to listen to the Apple Earnings Call live at 2 PM PST tomorrow at this web page: http://www.apple.com/investor/earnings-call/
  • A complicated hack that was being used to bring locked iPads and iPhone back to life could be behind this weekend's shutdown of the Activation Lock web page on Apple's site
  • Fitbit announces that it will cut about 6% of its workforce as smartwatches cut into its market

The text version of the podcast can be viewed below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Note to Apple News readers: you’ll need to visit...

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14:22
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 30...

Notable software releases this week include DEVONthink 2.9.10/DEVONnote 2.9.9, Quicken 2017 for Mac 4.4.3, Art Text 3.2, ChronoSync 4.7.3, Safari 10.0.3, and iTunes 12.5.5.

 

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14:22
ExtraBITS for 30 January 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, we get a look at Apple’s and Amazon’s contrasting approaches to home automation, and Apple joins the Partnership on AI.

 

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14:17
Siri wants to help you enjoy the Super Bowl

As the Super Bowl countdown begins, Siri is gearing up for Sunday’s Big Game. For the first time, Apple TV users can now ask Siri to tune in live to the Super Bowl just by saying, “Watch the Super Bowl." 

The personal digital assistant on macOS Sierra, iOS and Apple TV devices can also provide even more football insights including team rosters, player comparisons, historical stats, season records and more. Siri can even help with game day planning by telling fans where to watch the game, who’s performing during the halftime show and reminding them to pick up snacks as they head out the door.

The New England Patriots will take on the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, on Sunday, Feb. 5, at 6:30 pm (Eastern). My prediction: I’m going against the odds and predicting the Falcons will fly away with a victory (of about 7 points).

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14:15
Mexico City's new hybrid taxis have a '...

While President Trump continues to claim Mexico will pay for his big, beautiful wall, our neighbors south of the border are busy spending money on making their largest city safer and less polluted. The Mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Ángel Mancer...

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14:10
Starbucks can now take your order via a voice-...

Starbucks has a new barista—and it’s a virtual assistant.

On Monday, Starbucks launched a new feature for its iOS app that lets certain customers place their orders ahead of time via a voice-controlled bot. My Starbucks Barista uses artificial intelligence and a messaging interface so that customers can place their order using natural-language voice commands or text.

The feature is currently in beta and will roll out initially to 1,000 iOS users. The company plans to expand My Starbucks Barista nationwide throughout this upcoming summer, and the feature will also be coming to Android soon.

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14:07
Here’s a possible reason for the removal of the...

Yesterday AppleInsider reported that Apple has taken down the iCloud Activation Lock status page on its website. The tool offered a way of determining whether a used iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch was stolen. There was no explanation from Apple for the move. However, MacRumors has apparently found one.

Evidently, the Activation Lock website was a vital part of a bypass hack used to unlock devices bricked by Activation Lock. The process is demonstrated in a video

at the MacRumors website. This could explain — but we’re not certain — a mysterious Apple ID bug that's...

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14:01
A hands-on look at Theater Mode for Apple Watch in...

Apple just released the first developer beta for watchOS 3.2, and we’ve spent some hands-on time with the release to observe the new features. The biggest feature, as alluded to in our initial post about today’s beta, is the presence of a new Theater Mode. In this brief hands-on video walkthrough, we take the new Apple Watch Theater Mode for a test spin. more…

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14:01
Dropbox announces new features and plans for...


Dropbox has announced several new updates today including new software features and new plans and pricing. All of these updates are available today for Dropbox business customers.

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13:43
Feature Request: Automatic Theater Mode-like Apple...

Apple Watch is gaining a helpful new feature called Theater Mode with watchOS 3.2. You could already mute alerts easily, and now Theater Mode lets you both mute alerts and disable raise-to-wake which easily activates the screen.

Theater Mode is intended to be used at the movie theater where lighting up a small screen accidentally when you raise your wrist can be distracting. Theater Mode may be useful in other situations despite its name. With a few tweaks, Theater Mode could be especially ideal for drivers.

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13:39
North Carolina requires test takers disable MacBook...




Prospective lawyers wanting to attend February's North Carolina Bar Examination will have to disable the Touch Bar if they're bringing along Apple's 2016 MacBook Pro, according to an announcement.

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13:30
SpaceX's Hyperloop competition finally puts...

"I almost cried the first time it went 50 kilometers per hour."

Marleen van de Kerkhof is part of the Delft Hyperloop team from the Netherlands. It's been an eventful 12 months for the crew. After qualifying as finalists at the Hyperloop Pod Competi...

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13:29
Limited Edition David Bowie stamps

What a great idea by Britain’s Royal Mail.

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13:28
Dropbox releases office suite Paper out of beta,...




Dropbox has launched two new tools for its users, with the collaborative-working service Paper exiting beta, and Smart Sync allowing users to more selectively synchronize files between the cloud storage service and individual Mac and PC desktops.

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13:11
Apple updates Siri on iOS, Mac & Apple TV with...




Apple on Monday announced a collection of Siri updates designed to get people using the AI assistant for Super Bowl LI, which will be played this Sunday between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots.

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13:10
Lyft now books rides based on your calendar

Uber isn't the only ridesharing company to integrate your calendar and simplify booking trips. Lyft has added its own calendar syncing feature, making it easy to pick the address of your next meeting as the destination. It works on both Android and...

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13:07
New watchOS beta adds SiriKit and keeps you from...

Enlarge / The Apple Watch Series 2 and some of its bands. (credit: Valentina Palladino)

Every spring, Apple releases a last round of major updates to the current versions of its operating systems before starting work on the new versions it reveals at WWDC in the summer. Last week, Apple put out the first betas of iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4. Today, the company is releasing the first beta of watchOS 3.2 for developers (unlike iOS and macOS, Apple typically doesn't issue public betas for watchOS).

The update introduces two new...

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12:45
Netflix project lets you mind-control its interface

Netflix's developers are at it again, using the company's annual Hack Day to come up with clever, if sometimes wild, ideas on how to improve the streaming service. This year's crop of hacks mostly focus on intriguing Stranger Things integrations, but...

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12:36
FC Bayern Munich plans exclusive Apple Music content...

Professional soccer team FC Bayern Munich has announced today that they are offering exclusive playlists and other content through Apple Music. As first noted by iPhone-Ticker, the German football club hopes to bring their fans closer to the team and players through the curated content. However, FC Bayern has committed to more with Apple…

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12:20
Vespa's creators just unveiled a personal cargo...

The Vespa brand's owner, the Piaggio Group, doesn't have a reputation for cutting edge tech (it only just started making an electric scooter). However, it's making up for that in style. It's establishing a robot-focused company, Piaggio Fast Forwar...

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12:01
Removal of Apple's iCloud Activation Lock check...




Apple's removal of the iCloud Activation Lock status page last week was likely connected to hacks letting people bypass the Activation Lock system, a report noted on Monday.

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11:59
Gap envisions a future with augmented-reality '...

Fashion brands know experimenting with tech is imperative, whether it be to enhance the retail experience or introduce fans to the concept of virtual reality. For Gap Inc., which, in addition to its eponymous label owns Banana Republic, Old Navy, Ath...

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11:52
Aunt Agatha Ponders Her Digital Legacy

Joe Kissell invites his imaginary aunt to a private ask-me-anything about his new book, “Take Control of Your Digital Legacy,” in which he discusses the challenges and rewards of preserving your data for future generations.

 

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11:34
Argentine prosecutor asks for local Uber execs to be...

An Argentine prosecutor asked a judge on Monday to jail local executives of ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc and a court ordered the company’s mobile application to be shut down following protests from taxi drivers’ unions.

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11:30
Three UK enables Wi-Fi calling for iPhones without...




British carrier Three is making it easier for its subscribers to make calls over Wi-Fi when there is no cellular signal, by allowing those with iPhones to place calls and messages using the embedded Wi-Fi calling feature of iOS, instead of the mobile network's custom app.

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10:55
Behind Apple’s new campaign: One Night on iPhone 7

On one night — November 5, 2016 — iPhone photographers canvassed the globe, from Arctic ice caves and Indonesian volcanoes, to the clubs of Johannesburg and rooftops of Shanghai. For the latest “Shot on iPhone” campaign, Apple enlisted a group of photographers to capture life from dusk to dawn using the low-light camera on iPhone 7. The people, sights and scenes they encountered over the course of the night resulted in a spectacular display of nighttime photography, which will be displayed in 25 countries beginning today.

Very impressive.

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10:37
Square promises $350 in waived fees to boost Apple...




Apple and Square on Monday announced a partnership which will let U.S. businesses process over $12,000 in Apple Pay transactions for free, saving up to $350 in Square costs so long as merchants set up a marketing kit designed to promote Apple's platform.

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10:34
Britain’s Ministry of Defense may begin using...

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) — the British government department responsible for implementing the defense policy set by Her Majesty's Government— could start using secured iPhone 7 handsets for its sensitive communications, according a Telegraph report.

The agency has reportedly contracted BT — a British multinational telecommunications services company with head offices in London — to design a military-grade version of the Apple smartphone that personnel can use to discuss and store sensitive information. Hardened security on the handsets will purportedly let the military choose between different modes, such as "classified" and "sensitive" when communicating with one another. The MoD iPhone 7 will also come with "secure storage containers" where information can be stored. 

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10:34
How to control your AirPods using Siri-like commands...

A little over a month later and one of the biggest challenges using AirPods has to be the primary means of control, Siri. Within Wi-Fi networks or strong cellular service, Siri usually works reliably, even if with some delay. Step into an elevator or subway, and that voice control interface is rendered useless. Without a good internet connection, Siri just doesn’t work and that means pulling out your phone or using your Apple Watch for controls. It’s a first world problem, sure, but that doesn’t mean we can’t push for a better solution. However, even if it’s temporary, there is an offline option to use for now…

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10:30
Apple releases watchOS 3.2 developer beta with...

Apple has released a developer beta of watchOS 3.2. It can be be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center — if you’re a registered developer, that is.

The watchOS 3.2 beta adds Theater Mode and SiriKit. The former lets Apple Watch owners disable the "rise to wake" function on the watch, but still notify them with haptic feedback of notifications without illuminating the watch display. 

SiriKit enables apps to work with Siri, Apple’s “personal digital assistant,” so users can get things done with content and services using just their voice. In addition to extending Siri’s support for messaging, photo search and phone calls to more apps, SiriKit also adds support for new services, including ride booking and personal payments.

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10:25
LG UltraFine 5K Display possibly affected by...




A Wi-Fi-related issue with some LG UltraFine 5K Displays has possibly been discovered, one that effectively renders the high-resolution Thunderbolt 3 displays unusable if an afflicted unit is positioned within a few feet of a router or a wireless access point.

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10:18
You’re the fact checker now

Even if we didn’t find ourselves in these challenging times for accuracy in the media, this is still good advice.

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10:14
A review of my new Samsung curved TV: I hate it so...

Give Patel props for giving his wife a platform. It also confirms what I’ve always suspected about curved screen TVs.

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10:11
Dropbox's new collaboration and smart file-...

Dropbox kicked off its 2017 product launches with a pair of major announcements Monday aimed at improving users’ productivity at work. The cloud storage company announced the general availability of its Paper document collaboration service, along with the closed beta of a Smart Sync feature that gives users easy access to every file shared with them in Dropbox.

Paper, first announced in 2015, gives users a shared workspace to work with one another on documents. It’s designed to be the product people use for collaborative tasks like brainstorming and taking meeting notes.

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10:09
Apple makes watchOS 3.2 beta with Theater Mode,...




Nearly a week after the last set of betas for macOS and iOS, Apple has made available the first beta of watchOS 3.2 for developers.

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10:07
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09:58
Apple rolling out first watchOS 3.2 beta for Apple...

After first detailing the software update in developer documentation, Apple has now released the first beta version of watchOS 3.2 for developer testing on Apple Watch. watchOS 3.2 is the first version of the Apple Watch software that works with SiriKit, enabling developers to tap in to Siri in the same way as apps on iOS 10.

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09:55
Bar exam applicants required to disable MacBook Pro...

The Board of Law Examiners of the State of North Carolina has issued a notice to Bar exam applicants, informing anyone using Apple’s new MacBook Pro that the device’s new Touch Bar hardware will have to be disabled for the exam.

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09:46
BlackBerry, Microsoft and the Ever-Smarter Connected...


BlackBerry last week announced that its turnaround was finished, and Microsoft finally provided some information on its new connected car deliverables. One strange thing was that after CEO John Chen excitedly pointed out that BlackBerry had displaced Microsoft in Ford, he then announced a strategic initiative to work more closely with Microsoft's Azure on BlackBerry's own market-leading QNX car operating system. That showcased not only the massive changes in both companies, but also the really strange way this market is evolving.

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09:19
Square promoting Apple Pay for small businesses with...

Square already makes it possible for small businesses to easily accept Apple Pay at checkout with their latest payment terminal, and now Square is working with Apple on a new promotion to discount Square Readers and make processing fees free for businesses that use Apple Pay.

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09:12
Trump administration's work visa plans could...




The draft proposal of an executive order by U.S. President Donald Trump could drastically alter the hiring practices of tech companies like Apple, a report said on Monday.

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09:04
Starbucks voice recognition 'barista' beta...




Starbucks is allowing its customers to request drinks by voice using its iOS app, with the My Starbucks Barista digital assistant able to verbally accept coffee orders and confirm payment, before dispatching the order to the nearest store.

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08:58
Apple 'Shot on iPhone' ad campaign...




Apple has expanded its "Shot on iPhone" ad campaign with new ads in the "One Night on iPhone 7" campaign, documenting events and places from around the world on Nov. 5, 2016.

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08:58
Tim Cook: ‘Apple would not exist without immigration’

Apple has championed the causes of marriage equality and environmental sustainability in recent years, so its employees looked to the company’s leadership in the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration from predominantly Muslim countries. The order, which restricts immigration from seven countries and outright bans refugees from Syria, was handed down late Friday and led to protests in several U.S. cities and at airports where refugees were being detained.

“Apple would not exist without immigration, let alone thrive and innovate the way we do,” Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in an email to the company’s employees, later published by Re/code. “I’ve heard from many of you who are deeply concerned about the executive order issued yesterday restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. I share your concerns. It is not a policy we support.”

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08:38
Deals: 27" iMac 5K for $1,299; 13" MacBook...




Shoppers this week can pick up a refurbished 27" iMac 5K (3.2GHz, 8GB, 1TB FUS) with M390 graphics for $1,299.99 on eBay. Plus, save $100 on a 13" MacBook Air or 2.6GHz Mac mini at B&H with no tax collected outside NY. B&H is also discounting the 500GB G-Drive by 50% today only.

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08:22
LG UltraFine 5K Display, Apple’s external monitor...

Apple discontinued its Thunderbolt Display last summer after five years on the market, and now Apple recommends the LG UltraFine 5K Display ($974 through March 31, regular $1299.99) for new MacBook Pro customers. While the industrial design doesn’t match Apple’s hardware, the UltraFine 5K screen is Retina resolution like 5K iMacs and connects using the new Thunderbolt 3 I/O.

LG UltraFine 5K Display has a critical usability issue, however, that doesn’t affect other external monitors: the hardware can become unusable when located within 2 meters of a router.

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08:13
Starbucks’ new virtual barista AI for iPhone lets...

Starbucks is rolling out a new feature in its iPhone app called My Starbucks barista that will let customers order drinks with voice commands by speaking to a virtual AI barista, the company announced today in a press release.

On top of speaking to the virtual barista to order drinks by voice, users can also send text messages to the AI and order that way if preferred:

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08:00
Fitbit to cut $200M in jobs & expenses after...




Fitbit -- Apple's main competition in the wearables space -- announced a reorganization on Monday in the aftermath of a weak fourth quarter, that includes the layoff of 6 percent of its workforce.

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07:51
Apple pulling apps from developers located in Iran...




Apple is said to be starting to take down iOS apps from the App Store developed in Iran, in what is believed to be an attempt by Apple to abide by trade sanctions against the country issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

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07:27
As You Wish, tales of The Princess Bride

Rob Griffiths:

This post isn’t about the movie. It’s about a book about the making of the movie, written by Cary Elwes, who starred as Westley, aka The Man in Black. And in the interest of thoroughness, the book’s full title isn’t As You Wish, it’s As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride.

And:

what really made the book for me were all the quotes that Cary secured from others involved in the production. These are present throughout the book, and you seldom need read more than a page before encountering one.

If you are a fan of The Princess Bride (and who isn’t?), this is a terrific read and, I suspect, would make a great gift.

Even better, consider upgrading to the audio book. According to Paul Goracke, the audiobook is not only narrated by Cary, but by the cast members (except Mandy and, of course, Andre).

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07:17
Sharing bigger, faster, more nimbly with AirDrop

Steffen Reich pulled together a nice post on the advantages of sharing from device to device using the oft-neglected AirDrop. A nice set of use cases here. Well done, Steffen.

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07:13
∞ Apple Campus 2 drone footage update

[VIDEO] So much of the basic construction is complete. The finish work is starting to emerge. This is a gorgeous campus. Terrific drone work by Matthew Roberts. Video in the main Loop post.

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