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Monday March 31

09:45
Satya Nadella sends out company wide email, names...

Satya Nadella formally names Scott Guthrie as EVP of Cloud and Enterprise, Phil Spencer boss of all things Xbox, and Stephen Elop, former Nokia CEO, as EVP Microsoft Devices Group.

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09:36
Questionable 'iPhone 6' prototype shows...

New snapshots that purport to show a prototype of Apple's so-called "iPhone 6" have emerged from China, though the device pictured bears some bizarre inconsistencies that call its authenticity into question.
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09:34
Macworld/iWorld 2014: Wish You’d Been There

Adam Engst reflects on what it was like to attend Macworld/iWorld 2014, and wishes that everyone in the Apple community could experience what makes Macworld special.

 

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09:30
Primer on Apple vs. Samsung Part II

Apple and Samsung's second major patent trial gets underway in California today. While the parties involved remain the same, the products and patents at issue are substantially different. Undoubtedly, in the coming weeks we'll be inundated with...

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09:23
How Dropbox knows when you’re sharing copyrighted...

TechCrunch:

Late last night, a tweet was spread far and wide showing that a DMCA notice had blocked a file from being shared on a Dropbox user’s account.

What was going on? Was Dropbox suddenly doing something sketchy? Were they suddenly lurking around their users’ folders, digging for copyrighted material hiding amongst personal files?

Nope. The system is neither new, nor sketchy. It’s been in place for years.

You may have seen the original tweet fly around on the weekend. As is often the case, if you wait – rather than Chicken Little panic – someone comes up with a good explanation for the “offence”.

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09:20
Connected Data Opens Up Transporter to App Developers

Transporter "private cloud" storage has announced a developer program to allow integration with apps that wish to sync files via less public methods.


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09:02
Alleged iPhone 6 leaked pics show protruding camera

Alleged photos of the iPhone 6 have surfaced on Weibo. The pictures show a large phone that appears to have a metal frame in the middle, capped off on each end by D-shaped pieces with rounded edges. A protruding rear camera with a smaller, circular flash than the iPhone 5s…

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09:01
FunBITS: Macworld/iWorld 2014 Roundup

There wasn’t much gaming to be found on the Macworld/iWorld show floor, but Josh Centers found a number of fun products that might even tip over into the useful category.

 

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09:00
No BlackBerry keyboard for you, and other news for...

Sorry folks, it looks like those of you who dreamed of having a BlackBerry-type keyboard for your iPhone will have to just keep on dreaming. The company has won a court order against Ryan Seascrest's Typo iPhone keyboard. The Typo had been expected...

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08:40
Purported iPhone 6 pictures show protruding camera,...

Images posted on Weibo claim to show an iPhone 6 under testing at Foxconn, via GforGames. The validity of these images cannot be confirmed, but the shots do line up with previous rumours. The iPhone 6 depicted here has a protruding camera (similar to the current design of the iPod touch), rounded edges and a considerably thinner profile than the current iPhone 5s.



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08:35
EverWeb, the Easiest Way to Create Websites on Your...

EverWeb is the all new, drag and drop website builder for OS X that combines the ease of use of Apple’s discontinued iWeb with the power features Mac users need to create professional websites. EverWeb requires no coding or technical skills and can create beautiful websites that work on desktop and mobile devices.

EverWeb supports e-commerce websites and one-click publishing to get your website online instantly.

Try a free demo copy of EverWeb and start building your website today!

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08:33
Apps: NeoFinder, HoudahSpot, Porthole


    


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08:30
World Backup Day: Let's be careful out there

On the old 1980s cop drama "Hill Street Blues", Sergeant Phil Esterhaus started off each episode with a briefing ending with the line "Let's be careful out there." While he was showing concern for his team of police officers, the same line is very...

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08:24
Aggregation is plagiarism

This argument has been going on for a long time and I always find it interesting.

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08:08
Analysis affirms Apple's A7 processor closer to...

An independent analysis of the microarchitecture behind Apple's latest A7 processor has shown that the company was not overstating when it called the design "desktop class," with the new silicon matching up well against Intel's recent desktop components.
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08:00
Mac 101: Use Quick Look to create an instant...

Did you know that OS X has a handy feature for easily previewing a bunch photos in a slideshow format? It's a basic slideshow with no option to add music, but it is perfect if you want to quickly show a handful of your photos to your friends or...

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07:49
Google's Andy Rubin may testify during second...

Google's former Android head, Andy Rubin, may be asked to testify on behalf on Samsung during the second Apple v. Samsung patent trial beginning today, says the Wall Street Journal. Samsung is reportedly challenging Apple's assertion that the iPhone was completely groundbreaking by pointing out that Google was already working some of the contested technologies before the iPhone shipped. It notes that except for slide-to-unlock, all of the patents Apple is asserting -- related to hyperlinking, background sync, Siri's universal search functions, and auto-complete -- are Android features....
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07:43
Latest Round Of Apple Vs. Samsung Begins

In Apple vs Samsung news, the latest round of battles has begun in US District Court. This latest suit is over patents; Apple says five of theirs are violated by Samsung, while Samsung says Apple violated two of theirs.


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07:15
Feature: What about Macworld?

The Macworld Expo (now called Macworld/iWorld) certainly isn't the show it was five years ago, the last year Apple attended. Its a much smaller show -- maybe 25,000 attendees at best -- but with a more sustainable focus: a showcase for computer and mobile peripherals, accessories and gadgets, as well as a gathering of app developers. Because Apple doesn't make big announcements timed to the conference anymore -- and the one company that did, Microsoft, chose not to have its Office for iPad event there -- the Macworld/iWorld show doesn't make the news as often as it used to....
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07:00
Rumor Roundup: Bigger isn't necessarily better

There's not much happening with Apple rumors at the moment; only two worth mentioning came out in the past few days.

iPhone 6 Reportedly Launching 'As Early As September' in 4.7- and 5.5-Inch Sizes (MacRumors)

Writers for Japanese business...

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06:50
Explicit content slipping through Apple's...

While Apple's iTunes Radio is set by default to block songs with explicit language from streaming, the current filters are far from perfect, with profane content slipping through the cracks to the surprise of some listeners.
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06:37
Blackberry wins injunction banning Typo Keyboard Case

Blackberry won a preliminary injunction against Typo Products last Friday, banning the Typo Keyboard Case from being sold in the United States. Judge William Orrick said Blackberry established a “likelihood” of patent infringement, according to Reuters. Blackberry, which first filed suit against Typo in January, said the ruling…

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06:37
Latest iPhone 6 concept based on Japanese sketches...

Martin Hajek has been busy this week: after iPhoneclub commissioned him to create concept images of an iPod Nano-inspired design of the iPhone 6, French site Nowhereelse asked him to use the Japanese sketches mentioned in that piece to create something far closer to the existing iPhone 5s design.

With many of our commentators criticizing the square corners of the previous concept, this latest one returns us to the rounded corners we know and love. More controversially, perhaps, we also see a return to the glass back. More images below the fold …

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06:29
Google’s Android key to latest Apple-Samsung trial

The latest Apple-Samsung trial is scheduled to start today, and both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal report that Google’s Android operating system will be in the crosshairs. While Samsung is claiming Apple violated two of its patents, Apple is seeking about $2 billion in damages…

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06:09
Nvidia's ECS: Some Amazing Little Companies to...


ECS -- Nvidia's Emerging Companies Summit -- is a place to check out some of the firms that could become the next breakout company. It didn't disappoint this year. Among the highlights: A firm that could redefine advertising connected to Web pictures and videos; a company that could put your entire desktop and gaming experience in the cloud; one that could help you actually hear that TV you see at a restaurant or bar (one of my favorites); and one that equips a little box to do a workload that typically would require a server farm.

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06:00
Facebook’s very public dispute with Eat24

Eat24 is a food delivery service, with a pretty sizable following on Facebook. All that is about to change.

From the Eat24 blog:

Dear Facebook,

Hey. It’s Eat24. Look, we need to talk. This isn’t easy to say since we’ve been together so long, but we need to break up. We’d love to say “It’s not you, it’s us” but it’s totally you. Not to be rude, but you aren’t the smart, funny social network we fell in love with several years back. You’ve changed. A lot.

Eat24 spent years accumulating fans and likes on Facebook and is so upset with changes Facebook is making, they are deleting their entire Facebook presence.

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06:00
Daily App: PicFlow allows you to quickly combines...

Took a bunch of photos and want to make them into a slideshow instead of a static collage? Then you should check out PicFlow from Red Cactus. The slideshow maker is easy to use and doesn't require you to sign up for a service just to add some flair...

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05:41
Want to upgrade your iPhone 5s camera to 2k video?...

If you like to use your iPhone to shoot video and Apple offered to upgrade your iPhone 5s from 1080p HD to 2k video for just $7, the decision wouldn’t require much thought. That’s exactly the trick Ultrakam has pulled off with its new iPhone app.

If you’re wondering how a mere app can convert your camera to a higher resolution, it doesn’t: it simply allows the software to use more of the hardware capabilities of your camera. Apple may say that your iPhone 5s has a 1080p HD videocamera, but that’s not quite true: the camera hardware itself is capable of anything up to 3264×2448, it’s just that the software can’t process that many pixels at a sensible frame-rate … 

With the built-in camera app able to capture HD video...

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05:27
Olympus reveals Stylus SH-1, Tough TG-3 cameras with...

Olympus has unveiled a pair of compact digital cameras. The Stylus SH-1 point-and-shoot camera uses a similar five-axis image stabilization system to the one employed by the E-M1 and others, while the Stylus Tough TG-3 is a ruggedized shooter that is able to alter the photographs it takes thanks to the use of screw-on lens attachments....
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05:24
Apple’s war on Samsung has Google in crossfire

New York Times:

Some features in Samsung devices that Apple objects to are part of Google’s Android operating system, by far the most popular mobile operating system worldwide, running on more than a billion devices made by many manufacturers. That means that if Apple wins, Google could have to make changes to critical Android features, and Samsung and other Android phone makers might have to modify the software on their phones.

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05:02
∞ Video of Woz surprising a young girl by hand-...

[VIDEO] Steve Wozniak is such an incredibly nice, down-to-Earth person. This happened a few years ago, but the video was just put up on Saturday.

A few years ago, Steve and Janet Wozniak came to town to help us have a little fun with our kid Emma. Emma’s dad met them around the back of the block to give them Emma’s new iMac, and then they drove back around and rang the doorbell to deliver it…and shocked the heck out of Emma and her sister (who as Apple fankids immediately knew who he was) and friends (who only knew of him from “Dancing With The Stars”). Little sister Elizabeth got the iPod Touch as a “one more thing,” and Janet shot the video.

Steve’s known to be quite the practical joker, and it was very kind of him and Janet to spend the time to do this…and make a great memory for all of us.

He gave permission to put this up. We all hope you enjoy it.

Her reaction starts at about 2:30 in. Just a nice thing to do. You rock, Woz!

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05:00
Expo Notes: iPhone cases go beyond protection with...

The iPhone case market is flooded with options. That’s a great thing for consumers, but something of a challenge if you’re trying to eke out a living making cases. How on earth can designers make a case that stands out from the ever-growing crowd?

Every trade show tends to reveal a trend in the case market, where manufacturers are trying to anticipate what customers are looking for. Last year at Macworld/iWorld, we saw a lot of ultra-rugged protective cases that practically doubled the size of the svelte iPhone—ideal for deep-sea divers and extreme outdoors fanatics, but an approach that severely compromises the iPhone's style.

It seemed like there were fewer cases at Macworld/iWorld this year compared to the 2013 edition, perhaps because last year’s show followed the debut of the iPhone 5, which was a new body style. The next version of the iPhone is expected to arrive later this year, so it’s possible that case makers are holding off on showing anything new. From...

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04:42
Why Google is splitting their stock

On Thursday, April 3rd, Google will split their stock, creating two stocks, each of which will start at approximately half the current share value. I thought the logic behind the split was interesting.

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04:30
Skiva OctoFire Turbocharges up to 8 USB devices ‘...

Skiva's upcoming OctoFire Turbo USB charger promises to deliver an "optimal, intelligent" charge to up to eight USB devices at once. TMO Contributing Editor Chuck La Tournous got a first look at the stylish charger that could put an end to the fight over whose iPhone gets the electic outlet first.


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04:21
Is Android the real target of latest Apple vs...

Photo: Reuters

Pieces in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal suggest that the real target of Apple’s second courtroom patent battle with Samsung may be Android.

Some features in Samsung devices that Apple objects to are part of Google’s Android operating system, by far the most popular mobile operating system worldwide, running on more than a billion devices made by many manufacturers. That means that if Apple wins, Google could have to make changes to critical Android features, and Samsung and other Android phone makers might have to modify the software...

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Sunday March 30

23:48
Samsung shifts strategy in second Apple trial, now...

Apple's second patent infringement trial against Samsung begins today, outlining a battle that the two sides are waging in very different ways. Apple will be expanding upon its legal strategy outlined in the first trial, while Samsung is starting over with an entirely new tactic aimed at devaluating Apple's inventions so it can continue using them for virtually nothing.
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21:08
Briefly: Shazam updates for iOS, new Handy Photo Free

Shazam, a music and TV identifying app, has been updated for iOS devices. Offering a revised user interface, Shazam features a new track page design, and new appearance for video, album and track reviews, artist biographies and more. The Auto Shazam feature is more efficient on battery life, and connectivity to Rdio and Facebook has been added. Lastly Shazam's news feed notifications can be controlled more easily. Available for free, Shazam require iOS 6.0 or later....
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20:32
Follow-up: Judge overrules Samsung on patent video

Ahead of the second patent trial between Apple and Samsung, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh has overruled objections filed by Samsung over an instructional video on the US patent process that will be shown to jurors. Samsung's attorneys had complained that the video depicts a number of Apple products, in most cases used innocuously, and would be "highly prejudicial" to the jury....
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18:00
TUAW Talkcast at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET tonight: Macworld/...

All-new dial-in experience! See below -- do not call into Talkshoe, we won't be there. Be sure to set up Fuze Meeting before the show if you want to join in live.

Macworld/iWorld 2014 is now a thing of the past, which means two things: first, a lot...

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17:26
Dropbox receives criticism for DMCA warnings in...

Dropbox is preventing some users from sharing specific files over DMCA complaints, according to reports. A screenshot showing a folder on the cloud-based storage service with the DMCA warning has appeared on Twitter, which at the time of writing has been retweeted close to 3,000 times, with the user seemingly unable to share a file thanks to Dropbox's automated copyright-infringement prevention systems....
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17:17
The misinterpretation of Virginia Woolf’s suicide...

She left behind a remarkable body of work — from her poignant diaries to her magnificent essays to her little-known children’s books to “the longest and most charming love letter in literature” — and a cohort of heartbroken friends, but the most stirring thing she left behind was her suicide letter to her husband Leonard.

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17:00
TUAW at Macworld/iWorld 2014: EverWeb gets new...

A few years ago at Macworld/iWorld, we had a chance to see the first version of EasyWeb, an OS X app designed to serve as a replacement for Apple's abandoned iWeb. While the app was remarkably complete and easy to use back in those days, it's even...

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16:00
A roundup of last week's popular and featured...

Last week was a busy one with your favorite TUAW writers posting some excellent How-To guides, commentary and other useful articles. Here's a quick roundup of our recent feature worthy posts you may have missed:

Apple's failed attempts at taking...

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15:55
Typo Keyboard For iPhone Faces Sales Ban

time_lords_almanac (3527081) writes "BlackBerry is trying to put the kibosh on the Typo, a physical keyboard attachment for iPhone. And they've won the first round, in the form of a sales ban on the attachment. From the article: '"BlackBerry is pleased that its motion for a preliminary injunction against Typo Products LLC was granted. This ruling will help prevent further injury to BlackBerry from Typo's blatant theft of our patented keyboard technology," a spokeswoman for BlackBerry told the news agency in an email.'"

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15:50
The Strat at 60

Great timeline on the Strat. I would love to have one of the 60th anniversary models.

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15:16
Judge Koh overrules Samsung objection to patent...

U.S. Judge Lucy H. Koh has overruled objections raised by Samsung regarding an instructional video providing jurors an introduction to the patent system.
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15:00
A roundup of recent hardware reviews on TUAW

In the last few weeks, we reviewed a variety of hardware and accessories that'll complement your favorite iOS or OS X devices. Here's a quick roundup of recent hardware reviews that you may have missed:

Thermodo's miniscule thermometer dongle is...

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14:15
A roundup of last week's app reviews on TUAW

Last week was a busy one for app news and announcements, giving your favorite TUAW writers a chance to post some great reviews of the apps that grace their home screens. Here's a quick roundup of our recent reviews -- and a few app roundups -- you...

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13:45
What Apple's iWatch Can Learn From Pebble

redletterdave (2493036) writes "Many believe Apple's iWatch will marry the looks of a luxury wristwatch with the powerful sensors found in today's fitness wristbands, and, of course, familiar elements from the iPhone and iPad shrunken down and reconfigured to work from your wrist. Apple is undoubtedly full of its own ideas. But it would also benefit from looking at the progenitor of the modern smartwatch—or rather, its steely successor—both as inspiration and as a model to surpass."

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12:05
Access any Tesla S with only a 6 character password...

I don’t find this worrisome, since if someone wants access to a Tesla S, they’d find a way to break in. But I do find it interesting.

Tesla Motors Inc’s electric vehicles can be located and unlocked by criminals remotely simply by cracking a six-character password using traditional hacking techniques, according to newly released research.

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11:03
Your salary vs. a major league baseball player’s...

Online Sports Marketing Guy:

Have you ever wondered how much money you make compared to a Major League Baseball player? The interactive visualization can be used to compare your salary and the average US worker’s salary to any MLB player across several different statistics from the 2013 season.

Take my advise – do not do this. It’s way too depressing.

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10:00
African mobile company creates new emoticons in the...

Oju Africa / Wired UK

Oju Africa—a division of African mobile manufacturer Mi-Fone—has launched a set of "afro" emoticons following the recent debate over a lack of diversity of emojis.

It started with an article by MTV journalist Joey Parker, who flagged the fact that there are no (or barely any) non-white emojis in the basic range within most text-message apps used by Apple, Google, and Microsoft. Parker contacted Apple's CEO Tim Cook about the issue and, remarkably, received a reply. It wasn't from Cook himself but from Katie Cotton, VP of worldwide corporate communications for Apple.

She told Parker: "Tim forwarded your e-mail to me. We agree with you. Our emoji characters are based on the Unicode standard, which is necessary for them to be displayed properly across many platforms. There needs to be more diversity in the emoji character set, and we have been working...

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07:18
∞ Walt Disney’s nine old men

[VIDEO] Disney is selling a boxed set of beautifully hardbound flip books, each showcasing one of its pioneering animators. The video in the post is a bit soft on focus but does a good job of giving you a sense of what’s inside. Really lovely.

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07:11
Wikipedia about to undergo a massive font retooling

From FastCoDesign:

Next Thursday, Wikipedia will launch a redesign that’s almost impossibly large in scope, scaling across 32,533,899 pages in 287 languages. But admittedly, it’ll take a sharp eye to notice that font size is larger, or that the section headers will render in authoritative, old media serif (think Georgia) while body copy will render in streamlined sans-serif (think Helvetica).

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06:49
Google’s 100 year study of employee happiness

Interesting. There’s potential to help fine-tune work environments to make employees happier and, presumably, more productive. There’s a big brother aspect to this. Hopefully, the “Don’t be evil” motto is still in effect at Google.

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06:23
Review: IK Multimedia's iLoud portable speaker...

Being a portable battery-powered Bluetooth speaker, an amp, and a guitar effects modeling system, the iLoud and its dedicated iOS apps cram a lot of potential into a small package.
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06:08
The invention of Jeopardy!

Jeopardy! will turn 50 this year and the version hosted by Alex Trebek will turn 30. Ken Jennings, one of the all time biggest winners on any game show ever, won more than $3 million on the show. In the linked post, Jennings interview the mother and creator of Jeopardy, Julann Griffin. Julan was married to Merv Griffin, who created Wheel of Fortune. Just saying.

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06:01
Slideshow: Macworld/iWorld 2014 in pictures

Welcome to the show

Whether you come for the sessions and keynotes or to see the products on the show floor, there's something for everyone at Macworld/iWorld 2014.

Before the gates open

Taken one hour before the show floor opened to the general public. As the minutes tick away, hundreds of people gather at the entrance.

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Saturday March 29

23:58
Feature: High-resolution audio

If you think that high-resolution audio includes music ripped from typical CDs in lossless formats including FLAC and ALAC, you'd be wrong. The term refers to music that has a higher sampling frequency and bit depth than standard CD recordings, which are mastered at a bit depth of 16-bits and with a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz. FLAC and ALAC, however, do support music recorded at resolutions equivalent to those used in studio recordings, which is better than CD-quality. In recent times, a growing number of sites have started offering music in studio quality giving listeners the opportunity t...
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21:17
Briefly: Updated Square card reader, Pyle Audio...

Square, a mobile payment service, has begun to notify its existing customers that they can receive the latest Square reader for free. The redesigned Square card reader is 45 percent thinner than the original, and will be replacing the previous model as the standard device, with the former to no longer be supported. Users can receive their new Square reader for free by signing into their web dashboard....
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19:58
Voila: Screen Capture & Screen Recorder for Mac

Many thanks to Voila for sponsoring The Loop’s RSS feed this week. Record anything on your screen, edit it with powerful yet efficient tools and share them with just one-click!

Voila Mac Screen Capture Tool from Global Delight makes screen captures a piece of cake with its intuitive and brilliant features. Capture in HD, edit and annotate with tools like arrows, text, stamps, callouts and much more while being able to share instantly to the likes of YouTube, Dropbox, Evernote, Tumblr, Flickr and more!

Voila is especially useful for educators, students, designers, corporates and the like who need brisk, high-performance and solid screen captures without breaking a sweat. Creating tutorials, training manuals, lessons, DIY videos etc. is now super easy and you also get to manage them expertly with Voila’s smart...

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19:15
Remembering Leo Fender

Leo Fender enabled us to make beautiful music.

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19:15
Samsung objects to patent instructional video

Ahead of its second patent battle with Apple in a case set to open on Monday, Samsung is objecting to a US government video intended to instruct jurors on how patents are granted. The video, which has been updated since the first Apple-Samsung trial, now shows some Apple products -- leading Samsung attorneys to claim showing it would be "highly prejudicial," as it would leave jurors with the idea that Apple products are innovative enough to be patentable....
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18:33
The Mac Observer’s Editors’ Choice Awards for...

SAN FRANCISCO - The Mac Observer spent the week looking for the coolest products at Macworld/iWorld 2014 and came up with a great list of apps and hardware. Read on to see which products earned TMO Editors' Choice Awards this year.


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17:53
Briefly: StepPoly Arp, PDF Converter with OCR for...

StepPoly Arp, a Midi arpeggiator app for iPad, has received an update, bringing the latest version to 2.3. Allowing users to control Midi instruments, a variety of sequencers and other virtual instruments, StepPoly Arp can automatically generate melodic patterns from note or chords played in real time. The update features 64-bit support, as well as the addition of start/stop following mode from its external sequencer. Available for iPads running iOS 5.1.1 or later, StepPoly Arp is priced at $12....
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17:50
Petcube Watches and Plays with Your Cat

TMO's John F. Braun winds up his tour of the Macworld/iWorldConference by checking out PetCube, a software and hardware combination which promises to be a total pet entertainment solution.


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17:04
Apple, Google Go On Trial For Wage Fixing On May 27

theodp writes: "PandoDaily's Mark Ames reports that U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has denied the final attempt by Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe to have the class action lawsuit over hiring collusion practices tossed. The wage fixing trial is slated to begin on May 27. 'It's clearly in the defendants' interests to have this case shut down before more damaging revelations come out,' writes Ames. (Pixar, Intuit and LucasFilm have already settled.) The wage fixing cartel, which allegedly involved dozens of companies and affected one million employees, also reportedly affected innovation. 'One the most interesting misconceptions I've heard about the "Techtopus" conspiracy,' writes Ames of Google's agreement to cancel plans for an engineering center in Paris after Jobs expressed disapproval, 'is that, while these secret deals to fix recruiting were bad (and illegal), they were also needed to protect innovation by keeping teams together while avoiding spiraling costs.' Ames adds, 'In a...

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16:13
Company buys every cd, dvd, and video game you don’t...

Fast Company:

Decluttr buys anything–because that’s their business model. They will literally buy any CD, DVD, or video game you want to mail them. And they pay the postage, too.

Might be a way to get rid of all that old media you have no use for.

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16:08
The business of building roller coasters

Priceonomics:

Perhaps no other creation in history has navigated the divide between terror and unadulterated joy as skillfully as the roller coaster.

Since these “scream machines” were introduced nearly 250 years ago, they have brought millions to tears in all capacities. As one roller coaster designer told us, anonymously: “My job is basically to get as close to making people poop their pants as possible, then have them step off in ecstasy and want to go again.”

I’ve always loved roller coasters. One of my biggest regrets while I was living in the US was not getting to the sixteen roller coasters of Cedar Point, Ohio.

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16:00
Handy Photo Free is a capable iOS image editor with...

Ah, another iOS image editor review. There are so many available in the App Store, with lots of overlapping functions. Cropping, filters, frames ... one could get lost.

Handy Photo Free has all these features, but it's the unique features that make...

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15:10
Leaked iPhone 6 dimensions: definitely larger than...

The good folks at Nowhereelse.fr have posted a document from a Chinese website that they think could be a schematic design for the iPhone 6. The drawing depicts a device that is 85 millimeters wide by 150 millimeters long, which would give it a display with a 5-inch (diagonal) screen.

The problem with the leaked dimensions is that they don’t sync with previous rumors that we’ve seen about the upcoming iPhone 6 sporting a 4.7, 5.5, or even 5.7-inch display (or possibly, both).

Take this one with a healthy grain of salt and, as always,...

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15:00
Expo Notes: Satisfy your itchy photo-taking trigger...

Judging by the showfloor at Macworld/iWorld, just about everyone is fed up with blurry photos shot with shaky hands on your mobile device. We’ve already told you about Emulsio, a mobile app that looks to smooth out the bumps that can occur when you’re shooting video on your iPhone. The developers behind Grip&Shoot have a hardware-based fix for the problem—a trigger that attaches to your phone.

The Grip&Shoot features a case and trigger-equipped handle. iPhone photographers, you may fire when ready.

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14:20
Expo Notes: Livescribe hopes to make the pen...

Think we’re living in a post-pen world? Think again, Livescribe says. The smartpen maker says its research shows that most people—even those toting around phones and tablets—still like having pen and paper on hand to jot down notes. But that doesn’t mean people want those notes to be available digitally, which is where the Livescribe 3 comes in.

The Livescribe 3 lets you write notes onto a piece of paper, just like you would with any ordinary pen. But, if you’re using one of Livescribe’s Dot Paper notebooks, your notes can also be stored digitally with the help of a companion app for organization, tagging, and searching.

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14:03
Review: Dragon Dictate 4.0 for Mac – The best speech...

Using our voice to control computers has never really taken off. For many of us, using voice recognition technology wasn’t even a consideration until features like dictation and Siri arrived on our iPhones and iPads. There’s good reason too: the voice recognition features built into our devices have always had the reputation of being half-baked. They simply aren’t accurate and consistent enough to replace our tried and trusted mouse and keyboard or touchscreen. While half decent dictation features come with every Mac (and are powered by Nuance’s technology), the voice recognition features you get with latest version of Nuance’s Dragon Dictate for Mac go well beyond simply dictating speech to text. ...

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14:01
∞ When your dad is a DreamWorks special effects...

[VIDEO] DreamWorks After Effects artist Daniel Hashimoto made this series of videos of his little boy. Just incredible.

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13:30
Shazam's latest update increases speed and...

For music lovers on the go, Shazam is an invaluable discovery tool. With the simple press of a button, the app tells you the name and artist of any song currently playing around you. Today Shazam released a new update that throws a fresh coat of...

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13:00
Expo Notes: Drobo gets faster, more compatible with...

Drobo is giving Macworld/iWorld conference attendees a first look at its brand new, third-generation, four-bay Drobo.

Starting at $349, this new Drobo maintains the familiar look of previous models. But the company claims that under-the-hood changes make this latest Drobo between three and five times faster than the four-bay enclosure it replaces.

For those unfamiliar with Drobo, the company once touted these external devices as the “World’s First Storage Robot”. Using a technology they call BeyondRAID, Drobo allows you to pop in drives of any capacity and type; they will automatically be formatted and included as part of your available storage space. SSD, HDD, 1TB, 256GB—it’ll all work. If you start to run out of room, you simply pop out...

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12:30
Expo Notes: Glyph is the ideal mobile personal...

Oculus may be dominating the news about personal video headsets thanks to Facebook, but there are other similar devices hoping to make their place in the market. Avegant makes one of those devices, and at Macworld/iWorld this week, the company is showing prototypes of its Glyph mobile personal theater.

In simplistic terms, Glyph consists of a pair of headphones with a display mounted in the bar that connects the two cans. You can wear Glyph like a regular set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see the display. You end up looking like one-half of a popular electronic music duo.

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12:09
Samsung objects to U.S. patent video for jurors...

Samsung has raised objections to a "how patents work" video created by the Federal Judicial Center to provide jurors with an introduction to the patent system, claiming it would be "highly prejudicial" to expose jurors to the idea that Apple invented original products worthy of being patented.
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12:00
Square notifying existing customers to update to new...

 

Last year we reported how Apple’s former accessory hardware division leader Jesse Dorogusker redesigned the Square reader to make it 45% thinner than the original version. The updated card reader will be replacing the previous model soon, with the older version no longer being supported by the company.

The company has started notifying existing customers that they can get the new Square reader for free by signing into their web dashboard.

Square, which was co-founded in 2010 by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, allows iOS and Android users to accept credit card payments directly from their mobile devices.

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11:26
Search Google’s newspaper database

Back in 2008, Google started scanning and archiving old newspapers, making the archives searchable. Imagine seeing the newspaper from the day after we landed on the moon. Great resource!

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11:08
Expo Notes: Double Robotics' growing army of...

The Double Robotics Double telepresence robot made its debut at last year’s Macworld/iWorld, with a small generic booth, one robot, and a couple of company representatives. Things seem to have changed for the better for the firm: they have a much bigger booth with more of a brand presence, several robots on display, and a staff to meet and greet show visitors.

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10:00
Expo Notes: Give your iPhone night vision with the...

The Flir One detects thermal heat and energy.

Every tech tradeshow usually has a whole bunch of smartphone and tablet cases on display, and the 2014 edition of Macworld/iWorld is certainly no exception. But an iPhone case that’s also a thermal imaging sensor? I can safely say that’s a first.

The Flir One is an accessory that fits around your iPhone 5 or 5s just like a case, but packs its own camera on the back—right where the much loved Apple logo is located. The camera is actually a two-in-one—a visible camera and a thermal camera—so when the Flir One is in use, it temporarily turns off your iPhone’s built-in camera. It connects to your iPhone’s Lightning connector port and has an on/off switch for controlling when you’d like to activate the thermal sensor.

To...

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09:15
Video report: Another look at Macworld's Best...

Earlier this week, we announced our Best of Show winners for Macworld/iWorld 2014. In this video report, we’ll take you on a tour of the showfloor for another look at the winning hardware and software.

In this video, you’ll see:

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09:09
Judge bars sale of Ryan Seacrest's BlackBerry-...

In a victory for Canadian cellphone manufacturer BlackBerry, US District Judge William Orrick in San Francisco ruled that the Ryan Seacrest-backed Typo Products iPhone keyboard case has been barred from sale. Judge Orrick ruled that BlackBerry is "likely to prevail" over the imitator in issuing his ruling blocking the Typo keyboard....
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08:42
Satechi Wireless Smart Keypad continues where Apple...

The Satechi Wireless Smart Keypad on my desk next to my keyboard and trackpad.

Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica

If you were to take a walk through the Ars Orbiting HQ, you would hear the click-clack of many a IBM Model M keyboard and its ilk. Senior Reviews Editor Lee Hutchinson finds the “crisp break of the spring” addictive. Me? I like how the Apple keyboard feels—I have the truncated Bluetooth model and I find it a pleasure to type on. There’s one drawback, though: the lack of a numeric keypad.

In a perfect world, Apple would offer a wireless keyboard with built-in numeric keypad, but if you want to exercise your mad 10-key skillz on an Apple keyboard, you’ll have to do it with wires.

Having a white USB cable running along the top of my desk to the back of my iMac would upset my delicate aesthetic sensibilities, so I’ve gone with the...

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08:24
Apple faces certified class action suit over e-book...

US District Court Judge Denise Cote yesterday granted class certification to plaintiffs in a lawsuit over Apple's alleged e-book price-fixing.

Cote last year ruled that Apple led a conspiracy with publishers to raise e-book prices above those charged by Amazon. That lawsuit was filed by the Department of Justice, but there was also a class action suit filed on behalf of book buyers by the Hagens Berman law firm."After a bench trial in two closely related cases, defendant Apple Inc. was found to have colluded with five major publishers to fix e-book prices, violating Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act," said yesterday's decision by Cote, a federal judge in the...

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08:01
Deals: iPads from $239; $120 to 150 off current...

The weekend is delivering a number of deals on iPad minis and 128GB 4th-gen iPads, which are being discounted by up to $329. Meanwhile, a pair of resellers have again slashed the price of iMacs. And a trio of exclusive prices on MacBooks for AI readers are set to expire following the weekend. Also $159 off Bluetooth headphones.
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08:00
Expo Notes: Geeks, don't deny it, you won'...

Part of the charm of Macworld/iWorld’s Appalooza is that it’s mostly filled with software developers that are small companies; sometimes they are operations of one, two, or three people. Jera Design is one of those companies, with John Brewer manning his booth to show his latest app, ResistorVision.

ResistorVision does one thing: It identifies resistors. But instead of deciphering color codes or using a reference chart, ResistorVision uses your iPhone’s camera to “look” at the resistor and identify it in real time, no network connection required. ResistorVision is still under development, but Brewer says he will offer the app at a special introductory price (probably $2) when it is ready.

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07:30
How to Have iOS Speak Text Back to You

You can set your iPad or iPhone to read selected text out loud for you. There are several great uses for this capability, and it supports multiple languages. Sandro Cuccia is here to tell you all about Speak Selection and how to enable it.


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07:12
Interview with Microsoft exec on Office, Bing and...

Qi Lu is an Executive Vice President at Microsoft and runs Bing Search, Skype, and Office. Office for iPad was the result of his group’s efforts. This interview was interesting, but I thought the real value was to get to know him.

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07:00
Caturday: Charis the assistant editor

Charis is a 1-1/2 year old Greek cat who, according to his human Dimitrios Georgoulas, thinks of himself as an assistant editor at AppleWorldHellas. Dimitrios tells us that Charis loves Apple products, especially the new iPad Air and the MacBook Pro...

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06:00
Expo Notes: Accessory makers have their eye on...

I’ll admit: If I’m on the ferry in to work, and someone’s tapping away at an iOS device, I’m not above sneaking a peek. “Hey, that guy’s pretty good at Threes,” I might say to myself. Or “I wonder what that email’s about.” And on occasion, “I don’t think public transit is an appropriate venue to be watching that movie.”

What my fellow passengers should probably do is avail themselves of an accessory that might shield their devices from the wandering eyes of snoops. I spotted a pair of privacy protectors while waking the floor this week at Macworld/iWorld—and I didn’t even have to glance around surreptitiously to spy them.

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05:46
∞ Writing Aid, a real assist for writers

If you are a writer, check out the Writing Aid, an iPhone app by Benjamin Mayo. The interface couldn’t be simpler. Launch the app, type in a word or phrase, and a banner appears at the top of the app, scrolling side to side with a list of synonyms. At the same time, the definition of the word appears in the main body of the app.

Tap a synonym to jump to a new page with more synonyms and a definition of that word. And so on. You can tap on the upper left of the screen to climb back out to previous synonyms.

Simple, elegant, effective.

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05:31
Something original and fun to play with

Just start hitting keys. This is a lot of fun.

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05:30
Expo Notes: Making the Mac (and iPad and iPhone)...

While no one would mistake the floor of Macworld/iWorld for NAMM, there are a lot of companies exhibiting at this year’s show that aim to help Mac users make music.

Sonoma Wire Works has been busy updating their popular line of GuitarJack audio interfaces for iOS. The GuitarJack Stage (shown above) ($299, shipping in a couple of months) can be used for live performances or recording. This 24-bit audio interface and pedal controller comes with four assignable foot switches, volume, tone and gain knobs. It works great with the company’s own GuitarTone app for iOS, but supports many other iOS music apps as well as Macs and PCs. The GuitarJack Stage features quarter-inch...

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05:24
How a typeface change can save the government $400...

This is an incredibly clever idea that makes sense. Just took a teenage science whiz to think of it. Thinner typeface equals less ink. Read the post for details, but this is genius.

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05:15
Microsoft: The enemy of my enemy is my friend

An interesting take on the release of Office for iPad.

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05:00
Macworld announces 2014 Best of Show awards

Macworld/iWorld 2014, currently going on at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, handed out its Best of Show awards on Friday, including a mix of hardware devices and software apps, many of which started life as successful Kickstarter or similar crowd-funded ideas, both from established companies and novice entrepreneurs. Winners included a portable RAID drive, a thermal camera for the iPhone, an app to get kids to do their chores, and new Thunderbolt adapters, among other useful apps and gadgets....
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05:00
Expo Notes: Emulsio takes the shakes out of handheld...

If, like everyone else in the world, you’re using your smartphone or tablet as your default video camera these days, chances are the results are often pretty shaky. After all, without a tripod, it’s hard to hold your phone or tablet perfectly still.

Creaceed has a new app out that aims to take the shake out of those videos. Emulsio (free) is a video-stabilization application that works with footage captured using your iPhone or iPad’s camera. It helps smooth out the shakes and bumps that naturally occur when shooting handheld video. It can even compensate for the wobble that naturally happens when you pan.

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