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Friday September 2

04:00
LampChamp: it’s a light bulb, it’s a USB charging...

Many of us have multiple gadgets and devices, so it’s sometimes hard to keep ‘em all powered up. The LampChamp from Nemo Ventures helps alleviate the problem as you can use it to turn a lamp into a USB charging station for, say, an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

It’s easy to use. You install it by simply removing an existing light bulb, screwing in the LampChamp, and replacing the bulb. Now you can use to power your smartphone, tablets, eReaders — heck, pretty much anything with a USB port. 

The 2 AMP USB Charger stays on all the time, while an on/off switch controls let you power up or power down the light bulb. 

Sure, the LampChamp is a one-trick pony, but when you’re lounging around the house and having problem finding a convenient outlet to charge your iDevice, it’s a pretty nifty trick.

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02:13
Five years in, dormant @Apple Twitter account looks...

An @apple Twitter account has existed for more than five years, but until today has been completely dormant, with blank profile and header images. That’s now changed: there’s an Apple logo for the profile image, and the iPhone 7 event graphic as the header. So far, though, no tweets.

It’s looking likely that Apple plans to start tweeting in time for next week’s launch of the iPhone 7, with some speculating that the company may live-tweet the event …

more…

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Thursday September 1

22:12
New OS X security updates patch same zero-days as...

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Late last week, Apple released iOS 9.3.5 to patch three zero-day bugs that could be used to access personal data on an infected phone. Dubbed "Trident," the bugs were used to create spyware called Pegasus that was used to target at least one political dissident in the United Arab Emirates.

Today, Apple has released updates for Safari 9 and OS X El Capitan and Yosemite that collectively patch the three "Trident...

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21:57
Apple activates official Twitter account ahead of...

It seems Apple has finally decided to curate an official corporate presence on Twitter, as evidenced by the activation of a long-dormant verified account bearing the company's name on Friday.

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21:35
Google rumors point to 'Pixel' phones, 4K...

The answer to the question of what Google will call its next Nexus phones may turn out to be not Nexus at all. Android Central first reported a name change last week, while tonight Android Police notes sources saying there will be two devices, one 5-...

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20:56
Montblanc unveils a $725 'Augmented Paper...

Like smart watches, it was only a matter of time before smart pens went from being novel gadgets to high-end luxury items. Enter Montblanc's new Augmented Paper pen and notebook, which the German company debuted this week at the IFA conference in Ber...

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20:13
Google's Project Ara modular phone is...

Google's big plans for Project Ara might never pan out. According to Reuters, the big G has decided to shelve its modular phone initiative. Earlier this year, the company said it will be releasing a developer phone with interchangeable components in...

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19:41
Amazon quietly ends its student loan discount program

Just a few weeks ago, Amazon and Wells Fargo announced a program that would give Prime Student customers a modest 0.5-percent interest rate discount on new student loans. It appears that partnership is already over -- the promotion's original landing...

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19:08
New OS X & Safari updates patch security exploit...

Last week, Apple issued a surprise security fix for iOS that patched a vulnerability that allowed attackers to remotely gain control of a user’s device if they simply clicked a link. Now, Apple has issued the same security patch for users of OS X 10.11.16 El Capitan and 10.10.5 Yosemite.

more…

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19:00
Logitech's Prodigy line takes aim at gaming...

These past few years, Logitech's been branching out into "serious" gaming gear with its G series, to better compete with companies like SteelSeries and Corsair. However, Logitech is still best known for simple computer peripherals that most people wo...

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18:30
Steve Jobs' vintage wardrobe is up for auction

What's an Apple fanboy or fangirl supposed to do once they've filled their basement with vintage Apple hardware? Start filling up the closets with Steve Jobs' old clothes, of course. As TechCrunch reports, a whole wardrobe of the late Apple founder's...

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17:43
NFL puts tracking sensors inside footballs

The sensors, which rest just under the ball’s laces, can capture information like velocity, acceleration and distance, and send that info back to computer monitors in just half a second. The League has been using the sensors during preseason games this summer, but hasn’t yet decided if the sensors will be used in the regular season.

It is amazing how much data leagues and teams can get.

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17:32
Intel's budget Apollo Lake CPUs make a low-key...

On top of its fast, 4K-hungry seventh generation Core CPUs, Intel has also unveiled its next batch of chips meant for low-end hardware -- though, for some reason, it did so very quietly. Anandtech has the details on the new "Apollo Lake" CPUs, which...

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17:06
'Pegasus' iOS malware package also found...

Apple in a patch last week blocked a particularly nasty malware package called "Pegasus" from infiltrating iOS devices, and the company is now doing the same for its OS X desktop operating system.

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16:48
YouTubers call out ad guidelines as a form of...

According to YouTube, the platform's Advertiser-Friendly Content Guidelines are intended to protect brands and their advertisements from appearing alongside content those advertisers might find questionable. And for many of the platform's creators, m...

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16:31
A CSS smiley face with dynamic googly eyes

In the previous article I demonstrated how to make an element rotate to follow the position of a cursor or a touch on the screen. At the time, I explained that the technique was not necessarily limited to a single element: in this article, I’ll show how to apply the code to two elements simultaneously, in the form of eyes that follow the mouse / touch position.

Who doesn’t love googly eyes.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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16:22
Tech's biggest names are working to regulate AI...

Artificial intelligence is hitting its stride, already giving us machines that can drive themselves, talk to us, fight in our wars, perform our surgeries and beat humanity's best in a game of Go or Jeopardy. Five companies at the forefront of the tec...

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16:10
Updated App Store review guidelines cover app...

In the buildup to iOS 10's launch, Apple on Thursday published a set of updated App Store review guidelines covering new features set to debut as part of the forthcoming OS, including an expansion of app subscriptions.

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16:01
Apple releases Security Updates for El Capitan,...

You probably remember that last week, Apple urged all iOS 9 users to update their devices to iOS 9.3.5, which contained an essential security fix. (If you haven’t done that, go do it now!)

On Thursday, Apple provided another set of security updates, this time for the Mac. Security Update 2006–001 for El Capitan, and Security Update 2006–005 for Yosemite are rolling out now, so keep an eye on the Mac App Store and update as soon as you can. Also available is Safari 9.1.3, which is for El Capitan, Yosemite, and OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks.

To read this article in full or to...

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15:59
Recently patched iOS security flaw also affects OS X

Last week Apple rolled out a patch for iOS that closed a security flaw that could give attackers control over a device by having a user click a single link. Now, Apple is patching the same hole in the Safari web browser on the desktop, with new updat...

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15:30
Wirecutter's best deals: Save $50 on a Verilux...

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. Read their continuously updated list of deals atTheWirecutter.com.

You may have already seen Engadget posting reviews from our friends atThe Wirecutter. N...

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15:17
Apple is hunting down unused, dysfunctional apps

Apple has vowed to remove from the App Store any programs that no longer work, don't follow current review guidelines or are simply outdated. Starting September 7th, Apple will review and remove apps that crash on launch, and the company will contact...

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15:13
Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 1, 2016

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.

Mac OS X Apps/Updates

MAXON has released Cinema 4D Release 18 (R18), the next generation of its 3D animation, graphics, VFX, visualization, and rendering software. It sports new tools tailored to the needs of creative professionals and designed to help users master the challenges of digital production for TV, film games, architecture, advertising and design.

New MoGraph features in R18 include the Voronoi Fracture object for procedural object fracturing and the ReEffector tool that works like a layer system for Effector setups. New interactive knife tools enable precision cutting across multiple surfaces while the new 3D object tracking capability...

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15:01
Winning

He attached a tiny remote controlled tugboat to his Kayak to tow him around.

This is awesome.

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15:00
Uber wants to be New York's L train shutdown...

New York commuters are bracing for the 18 month closure of the L train that will disrupt the daily commute of 225,000 people. Scheduled to shut down in 2019, the artery between Manhattan and Brooklyn will be undergoing repairs for damage done by Hurr...

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14:55
Samsung expected to issue recall due to exploding...

Following reports of exploding batteries in its latest smartphone, Samsung is expected to announce an “unprecedented” recall of the Galaxy 7 Note less than a month after it first debuted.

Be safe Samsung people.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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14:45
Samsung reportedly gearing up to announce a Galaxy...

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 debuted to almost surprising critical acclaim earlier this month, but since launch we've seen occasional reports of devices exploding while being charged. The company said yesterday that it delayed Note 7 shipments while it lo...

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14:36
Verizon finally adds free unlimited slow data to all...

When Verizon first unveiled its revamped prices in July, several new features seemed really lame. The most egregious was the company's "Safety Mode," which was included only on its XL and XXL plans for free. Customers on other packages had to opt in...

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14:25
Xerox shows off a machine that can print on any 3D...

Xerox's new printer works on almost any object -- even if it doesn't have a flat surface. Instead of being able to print on paper, it can print on helmets, bottle caps, water bottles, and anything else made of plastic, metals, ceramics and glass. You...

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14:08
Fitbit Adventures lets you run the New York City...

Fitbit's app rolled out with several new updates today, squarely focused on offering ways to experience virtual outings in the form of Fitbit Adventures.

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14:05
Fiat Chrysler adds Apple's CarPlay to 2017...

Through a new Uconnect 4.0 dash interface, Fiat Chrysler is adding three 2017-model vehicles to its lineup supporting Apple's CarPlay platform: the Chrysler 300, the Dodge Charger and the Dodge Challenger.

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14:01
AWT News Update: September 1, 2016

You can tell that there's an Apple event coming soon, because news about the company is pretty nonexistent! We have just two news items for you today, making for a very quick listen:

  • An inadvertently-sent email confirms that new Beats products will be announced at next week's event
  • Apple starts up a new blog showing how third-party app integration with Siri works in iOS 10

The text version of the podcast can be viewed below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below.

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Hi, this is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for September 1, 2016. Not surprisingly for the week before a major Apple event, it’s a really slow news day today, so we have just a couple of notes for you.

We now know...

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13:51
Trapped Florida mosquitoes found to contain Zika...

After several mosquitoes were trapped and examined in Florida, it was determined that they had been carrying the Zika virus.

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13:50
Apple To Remove Abandoned Apps From The App Store

Apple has issued an email to its community of developers indicating that it will remove apps that are outdated or no longer work. "We are implementing an ongoing process of evaluating apps, removing apps that no longer function as intended, don't follow current review guidelines, or are outdated," Apple wrote. TechCrunch reports: In addition to search ads and extensions in many different apps in iOS 10, Apple plans to remove all these useless apps that clutter the App Store search pages. And Apple is not going to stop at abandoned apps. The company will also fight spammy app names. For instance, if you search for "Instagram" on the App Store, one of the first results is an app that is called "[app name] Photo Collage, Picture Editor, Pic Grid, F...
and then it gets cut off. With this SEO strategy, app developers can trick App Store searches. If you search for "pic collage," chances are you're going to find this app. Apple wants clean names to make App Store searches relevant...

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13:38
Nvidia, Baidu Team on Cloud-to-Car AI Platform


Nvidia and Baidu have agreed to collaborate on the incorporation of artificial intelligence in a cloud-to-car autonomous vehicle platform, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said Wednesday. The companies plan to integrate Baidu's cloud platform and mapping technology with Nvidia's self-driving computing platform. They will work together to create solutions for high-definition maps, Level 3 autonomous vehicle control and automated parking. The companies demonstrated the Drive PX 2 system -- the world's first in-car AI supercomputer development platform.

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13:34
AliceX is a VR service offering the 'girlfriend...

AliceX is a new service that seeks to offer companionship with real models through its virtual reality streaming service.

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13:17
Play 'Overwatch' for free next weekend

If for whatever reason you still aren't sold on Overwatch, Blizzard's popular team-based shooter, you'll want to clear your schedule for next weekend. Blizzard announced on Thursday that it's putting on an Overwatch Free Weekend from September 9th to...

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13:07
New Beats products to be announced at Apple's...

In addition to the next-generation iPhone and a new Apple Watch, Apple is also expected to unveil new products under the Beats brand at next week's media presentation, an inadvertently sent email has revealed.

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13:03
More App Store changes coming September 7

We love helping customers discover innovative, useful, and exciting apps on the App Store. With more than 2 million apps available and around 100,000 new and updated apps submitted each week, there’s something for everyone. To make it easier for customers to find great apps that fit their needs, we’re implementing two suggestions from the developer community starting September 7, 2016.

Phil Schiller continues to make improvements.

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12:59
Audeze crammed audiophile tech inside its in-ear...

Audeze knows a thing or two about planar magnetic headphones and the company is taking on a new form factor with its latest release. The iSine 10 and iSine 20 are the company's first in-ear headphones that employ the aforementioned audio technology....

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12:55
Apple updates App Store review guidelines for auto-...

Apple today posted an update to its App Store review guidelines document for developers. The updated information pertains directly to App Store subscriptions, SiriKit, and iMessage apps including Sticker Packs.

Previously, clarification about what developers could and could not do with regard to the new subscription enhancements announced just prior to WWDC 2016 was a bit ambiguous, but with today’s document update, guidelines become a lot more black and white. more…

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12:55
Samsung says Apple's Supreme Court position...

Preparing for its upcoming battle with Apple at the U.S. Supreme Court, Samsung this week submitted a written argument suggesting that Apple's position could open the door to deep abuses of the American patent system.

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12:44
Apple leaks plans for new line of Beats headphones...

Apple might have just leaked plans for a new line of Beats headphones to launch alongside the iPhone 7, according to an email that was reportedly sent out mistakenly by Apple’s Beats PR team and posted online by igen.fr.

more…

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12:42
Sony's new e-paper watch actually looks like a...

Earlier this week, Sony introduced its FES Watch U, an e-paper timepiece that it is crowdfunding in Japan. And today, at IFA 2016, we had the chance to see it in person for the first time. As we pointed out before, the FES Watch U is a much more poli...

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12:27
'Gears of War 4' Horde 3.0 trailer has a...

Gears of War 4 features Horde 3.0, an updated version of the series' classic five-player co-op mode, and today fans got the first taste of its gameplay with a bonus helping of hip hop courtesy of Run the Jewels.

First, the gameplay: Horde 3.0 pits f...

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12:12
Apple could bring home billions in taxes if US...

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In an interview with Irish public broadcaster RTÉ, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Thursday that the company planned on bringing billions of dollars held overseas back to the United States to be subject to American taxes...

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12:11
Tim Cook says EU tax ruling is 'total political...

Apple and other giant tech companies have long stashed cash overseas where they've paid less taxes on it, but the days of that happening could be numbered. Earlier this week, the EU said that Apple must pay back a whopping $14.5 billion plus interest...

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12:07
Apple will implement App Store improvements on Sept...

Apple on Thursday announced to its developer community some changes to make the App Store experience better for customers. Starting on September 7, Apple is instituting two suggestions made by its developer community.

Quality apps

First, Apple will perform a bit of quality control of the apps already in the App Store. An app will be removed from the App Store if the company deems it “problematic” and “abandoned” after an evaluation process and contacting the developer, who has 30 days to update the app to keep it in the App Store.

Apple will remove apps that crash when launching, though the company’s documentation doesn’t state what devices are being used to test this.

To read this...

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12:03
Stolen Dropbox passwords are circulating online....

I used the Have I Been Pwned site to check several of my email addresses to check if they have been compromised. Sadly, some had been and I made changes ASAP.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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12:03
Apple to begin removing old, unmaintained apps from...

Enlarge / Apple is cleaning its (app) house ahead of this fall's big releases.

Apple is making a few small tweaks to its App Store Review Guidelines for developers ahead of the release of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra this fall. The changes, which Apple is currently telling registered developers about via e-mail, are meant to cut dead wood out of the App Store and to make it easier for users to find better apps. These are the latest in a series of App Store changes implemented since Apple worldwide marketing SVP Phil Schiller was given the reins back in December of 2015.

The biggest change is...

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12:02
Accessory makers race to launch new wireless &...

With Apple’s iPhone 7 next week expected to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and make wireless and Lightning headphones a necessity, there a lot of companies racing to announce new products ahead of Apple’s event. And it’s good timing with IFA taking place this week— one of the year’s biggest tech events where many accessory companies are showing off new products ahead of the holidays. Below we take a look at all the announcements with a roundup of new Lightning headphones and wireless Bluetooth headphones.  more…

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11:57
Apple's Cook calls European tax ruling '...

The European Commission's decision to force Apple to pay Ireland billions of dollars in back taxes is "total political crap" and a reflection of anti-U.S. sentiment, company CEO Tim Cook told the Irish Independent in an interview published Thursday.

"No one did anything wrong here," Cook said. "Ireland is being picked on, and this is unacceptable."

The EC ruled on Tuesday that Ireland gave Apple illegal tax benefits by not collecting €13 billion ($14.5 billion) in taxes owed to it over a 10-year period. It was the culmination of a two-year investigation into the company's tax affairs that found Apple's effective tax rate on profit reported in Ireland was just €500 per million euros...

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11:55
IFA 2016 warm-up: Pet treats, smartwatches and more

The IFA 2016 show floor doesn't officially open until tomorrow, but companies didn't wait to show off their new products in Berlin. Yesterday, ASUS, Acer, Lenovo and Samsung announced a myriad of devices, including phones, smartwatches and hybrid lap...

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11:46
Facebook Messenger beams live video into your chat...

If there’s a feature that’s good for Snapchat, it’s bound to show up somewhere else. 

The latest piece of inspiration is a new feature for Facebook Messenger called Instant Video. It allows you to host a video chat inside of an existing chat conversation. 

This way, if you want to show off what you’re doing or just desire a more personal moment you don’t have to exit the chat and launch a separate video call.

The feature is rather similar to a capability found in Snapchat. This move by Facebook comes recently after Facebook-owned Instagram essentially built its own version of Snapchat inside of its social network, even calling it Instagram Stories.

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11:33
iOS 10 Siri: Use third-party apps to pay friends,...

With iOS 10 launching later this month, Apple is starting to show what you’ll be able to do with the new operating system. Announced at WWDC, Siri will be able to integrate with third-party apps in iOS 10. For the first time, users will be able to take advantage of third-party services through Siri voice search. Apple has uploaded some screenshots (embedded below) showing how third party apps will work with Siri, using popular apps like LinkedIn and WhatsApp as examples …

more…

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11:32
App Store ‘removing problematic and abandoned apps’...

Apple has just published a list of App Store improvements that will begin to go into effect next Wednesday, September 7th. The changes seek to remove broken and forgotten apps from the App Store, apps that are currently breaking App Store review guidelines, and that are just no longer functional.

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11:28
∞ Explosion at SpaceX launch pad destroys rocket as...

The very definition of a bad test.

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11:22
The burning desire for hot chicken

I lived in Nashville for several years and loved it I ate at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack once – and only once. I’ve never understood the penchant people have for eating food that causes them physical pain.

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11:12
Apple to begin removing abandoned and problematic...

Apple on Thursday announced that it will make a pair of key changes to the iOS App Store starting next Wednesday, most notably a new effort to remove abandoned and problematic apps so they can no longer be downloaded.

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11:11
Apple wants more quality, shorter names for apps in...

Apple has sent a note to developers saying it will implement two new suggestions “to make it easier for customers to find great apps that fit their needs” from the developer community starting Sept. 7 (which just happens to be the data of Apple’s next media event).

One of those changes is shorter app names. In hopes of influencing search results, some developers have used extremely long app names which include descriptions and terms not directly related to their app. Apple says that these long names are not fully displayed on the App Store and provide no user value. App names developers submit in iTunes Connect for new apps and updates will now be limited to no longer than 50 characters. 

Apple is also cracking down on quality. The company says that there are apps on the App Store “that no longer function as intended or follow current...

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11:10
CarPlay available on new 300, Charger and Challenger...

Apple’s CarPlay feature continues to pop up in more new cars this year including several new models with Fiat Chrysler’s Uconnect 4.0 infotainment system. The latest cars to offer CarPlay include the 2017 model Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger, and Dodge Charger.

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10:56
DJI drops the built-in optics in favor of your...

This morning at IFA in Berlin, DJI announced its latest creation for smartphones: the DJI Osmo Mobile. Today’s news comes just a week after it took the wraps off the upgraded Osmo+. DJI is focusing on smartphone users with a passion for cinematography on this release. The integrated stabilization system tracks a subject with just a touch of your iPhone or Android’s screen, eliminating shaky footage.

more…

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10:53
ZAGG rolls out new smartphone screen protectors

ZAGG has launched its Glass + and Sapphire Defense screen protectors for a variety of smartphone models, including the Apple iPhone 6/6s, and iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus. And there'll certainly be a version for the upcoming "iPhone 7."

The $49.99 InvisibleShield Sapphire Defense provides a smooth, glassy feel. Developed with aerospace-grade technology, it incorporates the clean, clear, protection of tempered glass. If your Sapphire Defense gets worn or damaged, ZAGG will replace it for the life of the device.

The $39.99 InvisibleShield Glass+ features Ion Matrix impact and scratch protection available. It’s made of smooth tempered glass with beveled edges. Oil -resistant technology prevents fingerprints and smudges to help keep your screen in pristine condition. A limited lifetime warranty means if your Glass+ gets worn or damaged, ZAGG will replace it for the life of your device.

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10:35
Apple opens blog on third-party Siri integration,...

In an unusual move, Apple has launched a blog promoting iOS 10's third-party app integration for Siri, initially focusing on the voice assistant's image-related search capabilities.

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10:33
Meet Withings Steel HR, the heart rate-monitoring...

French fitness tech company Withings makes a line of Activité activity trackers that look like classic analog watches. I’m a big fan, particularly of the Steel version, which ties in the Withings Health Mate dashboard on your phone and the Withings Bluetooth scale for surprisingly high-tech overview of your health.

Withings is bumping up the prowess of its analog activity trackers with the launch of the Steel HR smartwatch. Like the Activité lineup, the Steel HR looks like an analog watch with a small subdial that shows how close you are to reaching your daily step count goal. But Withings packed a heart rate sensor into its new tracker for continous heart rate monitoring during workouts, resting heart rate during sleep, and a daily overview of your...

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10:30
Bowers & Wilkins debut P7 Wireless headphones

Bowers & Wilkins has announced the $399.99 P7 Wireless headphones. Delivering professional quality sound on the move with the added convenience of simple wireless streaming, P7 Wireless set a new standard for on-the-go listening.

P7 Wireless builds on the dual success of the original P7 and the award-winning P5 Wireless. Thanks to the acoustic advances made with the original P7 drive units, bass is tighter, vocals are more defined, and there’s a “sense of space, balance and clarity across the whole frequency range,” according to the folks at Bowers & Wilkins.

Via aptX Bluetooth, the P7 Wireless can be paired with any of the most popular Bluetooth-enabled devices such as an phone, tablet or computer. Once paired, just switch it on and press play.

Playback is managed via intuitive on-board controls. The P7’s rechargeable battery purportedly provides 17 hours of...

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10:25
Podcast 523: Nothing is certain but new iPhones and...

OK, now we're getting somewhere. Apple confirmed its next press event, where we expect Tim Cook and Friends to formally unveil the next iPhone (iPhone 7, iPhone 6SE, iPhone Super Pro All Star, whatever it's called), and possibly-hopefully-dare-we-say-probably a new Apple Watch. We're stoked.

In less rah-rah news, Apple has also found itself in hot water with the European Commission over the peanuts it pays in corporate taxes in Ireland. Apple of course vigorously denies the charges, but we don't find its explanations so reassuring. This story isn't going anywhere, so we'll keep an eye on it.

Show notes

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10:21
USB Type-C Connector delivers HDMI signals to 4K/...

Good news for Apple MacBook users: HDMI Licensing, LLC is releasing the HDMI Alternate Mode (“Alt Mode”) developed by the HDMI founders for the USB Type-C Specification. 

This will allow HDMI-enabled source devices to utilize a USB Type-C connector as found on the 12-inch Mac laptop (and almost certainly on new Macs to be introduced before year’s end) to directly connect to HDMI-enabled displays, and deliver native HDMI signals over a simple cable without the need for adapters or dongles.

Rob Tobias, president of HDMI Licensing says HDMI Alt Mode will support the full range of HDMI 1.4b features such as: resolutions up to 4K, Audio Return Channel (ARC), 3D, HDMI Ethernet Channel, and Consumer Electronic Control (CEC). The HDMI cable...

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10:02
Can Apple Beat Snapchat and Instagram at Their Video...


Snapchat and Instagram, look out. Apple has you in its sights. The company reportedly is working on a video-sharing app with features similar to those found in Snapchat and Instagram. The app, which could arrive in 2017, will allow users of Apple devices to record a video, apply filters and draw on it, then share it with others on a variety of social networks. Ease of use and quickness are paramount in the software's design. Users can perform most of its functions with one hand -- shooting, editing and uploading videos in less than a minute.

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09:57
Misfit debuts Apple-exclusive Ray fitness tracker...

Wearable device maker Misfit on Thursday unveiled new color options for its Shine 2 and Ray fitness trackers, the latter of which is slated to arrive at Apple's retail stores this fall in Apple-inspired colors.

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09:50
Apple CEO Tim Cook on EU Apple Tax Case: 'Total...

Earlier this week, Apple was ordered to pay a record sum of 13 billion euros plus interest after the EU said Ireland illegally slashed the iPhone make's tax bill. At the time, Tim Cook found the accusations "baseless." In a new interview, he had more things to say:A war of words has erupted between Europe's competition chief and Apple CEO Tim Cook after Ireland was ordered to reclaim $14.5 billion in back taxes from the company. Cook, in an interview with the Irish Independent, labelled Brussels' competition chief Margrethe Vestager's decision as "total political crap." He claimed Ireland was being "picked on" and that he hoped to see the Irish government launch an appeal against the ruling. Vestager refuted that claim when quizzed by reporters on Thursday. "This is a decision based on the facts of the case. The figures that we used in our decision are the figures that we got from Apple themselves," she said. "There are very, very few figures in the public domain. More transparency...

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09:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Portable Apple Watch Stand $8...

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09:30
Paracable Lightning cables: Built to last

Paracable Lightning cable. Image ©2016 Steven Sande

Sick of wimpy Lightning cables that end up breaking or fraying after a few months of use? Paracable's Lightning cables (US$23.95) are designed to put up with a lot of use and abuse, and although they may cost a bit more than your average discount cables, they'll probably be working well after Lightning is no longer Apple's connector of choice. Let's take a look!

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As the name implies, each Paracable is wrapped with paracord, What's paracord? Per Wikipedia: "Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord when referring to type-III paracord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. This cord is useful for many other tasks and is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians. This versatile cord was even used by astronauts...

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09:18
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bursting battery shipment stop...

The hold on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 shipments because of quality issues that began on Wednesday may escalate to a wider consumer recall for the device, according to reports out of South Korea.

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09:18
Apple gives a sneak peek of Siri's powers in...

Some people use Siri all the time, but if you’re anything like me, you consider your iPhone voice assistant pretty useless. That’s about to change in iOS 10, which we expect to roll out this month, and Apple is highlighting all the ways Siri is going to change your life.

OK, maybe the changes aren’t that dramatic, but Apple is opening Siri to third-party developers with iOS 10, and the company offered a preview this week of how early partners are putting your iPhone’s personal assistant to work.

To start, SiriKit only supports six categories of third-party apps: photo search, workouts, ride-hailing, payments, messaging, and audio/video calling. If you were expecting to use Siri...

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09:17
Apple prepares to open first Mexico store & new...

Apple is preparing for upcoming openings of two new notable retail stores including its first in Mexico and its second store in Cologne, Germany.

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08:58
Apple Watch 2 components show ‘noticeably thinner’...

We’re expecting to see Apple introduce the Apple Watch 2 alongside the iPhone 7 at next week’s September 7 event, and now alleged components from the updated watch are finally starting to leak. Apple Watch 2 is expected to look like the current model and feature a faster processor and gain GPS, and a new video from international electronics shop Byte gives us a new look at a few other details that could change with Apple Watch 2.

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08:58
Make the Mac App Store check for updates more...

Great little tip for those of us who want/need to know about the latest updates as soon as possible.

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08:56
Deals: Up to $150 off 13" MacBook Pros; 21...

Heading into the Labor Day weekend, shoppers can save $100-$150 on 13" MacBook Pros with no tax outside NY. Or save $120 on Apple's current 21" iMac 4K. Those looking for a larger screen can also pick up a Late 2014 27" iMac 5K (3.5GHz, 8GB, 1TB FUS, M290X) for $1,699.

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08:53
∞ Trucks carrying wind turbine blades to a mountain...

I’ve often wondered how 172 ft long, 12 ton wind turbine blades get to the tops of mountains. This video shows how they do it in China.

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08:46
Repair shop claims to have 'Apple Watch 2...

A questionable source has materialized claiming to have pieces of the new "Apple Watch 2," including a Force Touch gasket, a revamped screen assembly, and a larger battery.

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08:33
The best calendar apps for iPhone and iPad

My life isn’t busy enough to need a powerful calendar app but I have used and liked Fantastical in the past.

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08:30
“It is total political crap” – Apple chief Tim Cook

Unusually strong words (for him) from Apple’s CEO.

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08:22
New USB-C-to-HDMI spec will enable adapter-free...

The company responsible for licensing the HDMI specification on Thursday introduced the "HDMI Alternate Mode" for USB-C, which should allow devices like Apple's 12-inch MacBook to connect displays without the help of an adapter.

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08:11
HDMI to USB-C without adapters now possible as more...

USB-C first debuted in Macs last year with the 12-inch Retina MacBook, and this fall even more Macs are expected to adopt the new standard port. While the MacBook is a lightweight machine (both physically and in terms of workload), MacBook Pro uses will expect wider functionality without adapters if USB-C replaces ports available on current hardware.

Add HDMI to the list of ports USB-C can now easily replace. The group behind the HDMI standard today shared that it’s now possible to connect HDMI and USB-C directly. Manufacturers will have to produce the cables, of course, but the new HDMI Alt Mode makes it possible. Previously, USB-C to HDMI required a...

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07:40
Opinion: How Apple is likely PR-managing the loss of...

Apple has never been afraid to declare that technology has moved on, and that something we all thought of as essential is now legacy equipment. It did this first with the 3.5-inch floppy drive, omitting it from the iMac G3 in 1998 because Steve Jobs held the view that the CD-ROM had rendered the medium obsolete.

Apple was also one of the first companies to abandon optical drives, with the MacBook Air being the first Mac to launch without one in 2008. The company of course later dropped optical drives from the Retina MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac.

Finally, in launching the 12-inch MacBook, Apple also declared that every prior port except the headphone socket was no longer necessary.

Each time Apple has done this, there have been anguished complaints and negative press. Apple has weathered the storm each time, and other manufacturers tended to quietly follow Apple’s lead a little later. But in seemingly planning to abandon the oldest and best-...

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07:38
IDC predicts a rebound in iPhone sales in 2017 with...

Worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to reach 1.46 billion units with a year-over-year growth rate of 1.6% in 2016 according to the latest forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker

The rumored removal of the headphone jack on an “iPhone 7” and the expectation of a significant hardware refresh in 2017 – the tenth anniversary of the iPhone – are contributors to the first full-year decline in iPhone shipments in 2016. However, IDC does expect a rebound in 2017 and beyond as iPhones reach nearly a quarter billion units in 2020.

In terms of share, IDC doesn’t expect much to change as Android will maintain greater than 85% of the smartphone market

Although smartphone growth remains positive, it is down significantly from the 10.4% growth in 2015, according to IDC. Much of the slowdown is attributed to...

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07:18
DJI's Osmo Mobile swaps dedicated camera for...

Just days after announcing the Osmo+, DJI on Thursday launched yet another handheld stabilizer, the Osmo Mobile, substituting a dedicated camera with a user's own smartphone.

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07:06
bulbae launches charging dock series for upcoming...

Apple hasn’t confirmed an “iPhone 7” or “Apple Watch” 2 — though they’re expected to debut at an Sept. 7 media event — but that hasn’t stopped bulbae from announcing the launch of the Executive Collection, a series of three Apple Watch and iPhone Charging Docks that offer dual charging for both the smartphone and smartwatch.

Both docks suspend the Apple Watch off of the ground allowing the magnetic charger and Apple Watch to self-align easier than before, according to the folks at bulb. The floating design also means Apple Watch Dock and iPhone + Apple Watch Dock are compatible with the growing number of loop and two-piece style Apple Watch bands.

An edgeless design gives iPhone Dock and Apple Watch + iPhone Dock expansive compatibility with Lightning cable enabled iPads and iPhones and also allows use with most protective cases. The entire executive Collection features curved polished...

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07:00
Massive Data Breach Puts French Sub Maker in...


Officials in France and India have launched investigations of a massive data breach involving thousands of documents belonging to defense industry contractor DCNS, which was scheduled to deliver six Scorpene-class submarines to the Indian navy later this year. Hackers stole more than 22,000 pages of documents that included detailed technical information on the vessels, some of which was published online. DCNS acknowledged it was aware of the press coverage of the leak about the Indian Scorpene submarine project.

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06:35
Feds, lobbyists draw battle lines over Apple's...

Most U.S. officials are lining up to fight the $14.5 billion E.U. tax edict with support from assorted talking heads, but the battle appears to be more about which taxation agency the money belongs to, rather than actual support for Apple.

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06:25
Microsoft delays Sunrise calendar's death to...

At the eleventh hour, the popular Sunrise calendar app’s execution has been stayed—though not permanently.

Microsoft purchased Sunrise’s parent company in February 2015 to bolster Outlook’s capabilities. And in a post last October, Microsoft confirmed plans to kill Sunrise, though it promised that “We will leave Sunrise in market until its features are fully integrated into Outlook, the exact timing of which we will communicate in advance.” This past March, the Sunrise blog confirmed that the app would be shut down completely on August 31.

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06:24
Sonnet announces Dual-Port SFP+ 10 Gigabit Ethernet...

Sonnet Technologies has announced the Twin 10G SFP+ Thunderbolt 2 to Dual-Port SFP+ 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) adapter, solution for adding 10GbE network connectivity to any Mac with Thunderbolt 2 or Thunderbolt ports.

Featuring 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 technology, the Twin 10G SFP+ allows users to connect their computers to high-speed network infrastructure and storage systems using the 10GbE standard, which offers up to 10 times the performance of Gigabit Ethernet, the common wired network connection included with many computers. 

It’s equipped with two SFP+ sockets, allowing users to select either short-range (up to 300 meters) or long-range (up to 10 kilometers) SFP+ transceivers (sold separately), and connect their computers to a switch or other 10GbE interface via LC fiber optic cables (sold separately) at long distances. Users may also select Twinax direct-attach copper cables for connections up to 10 meters...

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06:14
Apple’s wrap around display patent adds validity to...

A newly granted Apple patent (number 9,367,095) for an “electronic device with a wrap around display” will only further fuel speculation that “iPhone 8” in 2018 will sport a, well, wraparound display. 

In the patent filing, Apple notes that, in the last few years the functionality of portable electronic devices has increased “exponentially” and that further improvements be realized by investigating ways to maximize the utility of unused portions of these devices. 

Apple says the majority of portable electronic devices have settled into a standard form factor; namely a flat planar form factor with a display on one side and an opaque housing which contains the electrical components covering the rear surface of the device. This popular form factor leaves the sides and rear surfaces of the device unused or at best configured with buttons and switches with fixed location and functionality, the company adds. 

Since many of these buttons and switches...

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05:59
Plex apps add DVR feature for capturing free over-...

Popular media server Plex is today announcing a new a DVR feature that enables recording of free over-the-air content using a digital antenna and digital tuner.

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05:54
Latest alleged 'iPhone 7 Plus' packaging...

Whether legitimate leaks or simple fakes, photos claiming to show the packaging for Apple's anticipated "iPhone 7" series continue to surface, with the latest shot suggesting some "iPhone 7 Plus" models could come bundled with new wireless earbuds dubbed "AirPods" [updated with a clearer picture].

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05:45
NetMarketShare: Mac OS X and iOS were both down in...

According to the latest market share survey from NetMarketShare, the market share for Mac OS X dipped again in August, while iOS rose a bit.

According to the report, among desktop operating systems, Mac OS X had 7.37% of the global market share in August, down from 7.87% percent in July (that’s global market share; in the US it’s over 13%). April 2016’s 9.2% was an all-time high, according to NetMarketShare’s measurements. Windows remains dominant with 90.52% as of August.

iOS had 27.20% of the mobile operating system market share in August, down from 27.84% in July. This compares to 66.87% for Android, 2.30% for Windows Phone, and 1.62% for Java ME. The all-time high for iOS was in July 2012 with 65.94%.

NetMarketShares’ monthly surveys don’t measure market share in terms of computer systems sold. Instead they sample data from visitors to some 40,000 web sites operated by their clients. And note that...

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05:37
Tim Cook: EU ruling on Apple’s back taxes is ‘total...

C’mon, Tim, tell us what you really think! Apple CEO Tim Cook has branded the European Commission ruling that Apple must repay 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in back taxes “total political crap.”

Speaking to the Irish Independent, he claimed Ireland had been "picked on.” he added that Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager "just picked a number “from I don't know where.”

Cook also suggested the $14.5B "retroactive" tax bill was an attempt by the EU to grab taxes owed to the U.S. treasury and harmonize tax rates across the 28-nation bloc.

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05:15
Dropbox pushed mandatory password changes for large...

Well, there’s a pretty good reason Dropbox asked a large segment of its user base to change their passwords last week.

The password change, which focused on users who had signed up period to mid-2012, followed the discovery of a large dump of email addresses and passwords related to these accounts.

The online storage company confirmed late Tuesday reports that 68 million user email addresses and hashed and salted passwords from an incident in 2012 had been compromised.

The company said that the mandatory password reset covered all affected users, thereby leaving the accounts protected.

Hackers stole over 60 million account details from the online storage platform in the previously disclosed breach.

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05:12
In run-up to iPhone 7 launch, Bowers & Wilkins...

Well-respected British audio company Bowers & Wilkins clearly wants to be ready for the anticipated loss of the headphone socket in the iPhone 7: it has just announced a Bluetooth version of its P7 over-ear headphones.

We’re big fans of the company’s smaller on-ear P5 headphones, which made it into the holiday gift guide selections of both Jeremy and myself after the company launched a wireless version earlier in the year. This launch brings the same wireless freedom to the larger over-ear model …

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