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Friday September 23

Customers complain about Galaxy Note 7 replacement...

Customer complaints that replacement batteries for Samsung Electronics Co.’s Galaxy Note 7 have been overheating and quickly losing battery power threaten to complicate the South Korean technology giant’s unprecedented recall of its premium smartphone.

From the frying pan to the fire. Or maybe that’s the other way around in this case.

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Branding Brand: Galaxy Note7 recall dents consumer...

The Galaxy Note7 recall put a dent in Samsung consumer confidence, with 34% of current customers saying they won't buy another smartphone from the brand, according to Branding Brand, a mobile e-commerce platform. Of these customers, 81% have always owned a Samsung or Android smartphone.

Most Samsung owners who say they are ready to switch will choose another Android phone (57%), but many will move to an iPhone (34%). Of current Samsung owners, 21% were previously iPhone owners. 

Following the September 15 U.S. recall of the Galaxy Note7 — due to concerns over faulty batteries that may explode in these devices — Branding Brand surveyed 1,000 Samsung smartphone customers to understand consumer confidence and loyalty with the brand. Of the Samsung customers that will stay loyal to the brand, 77% say it's because they don't want to learn a new phone. Other reasons Samsung customers cited for staying loyal with the...

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Troubleshooting macOS Sierra: FileMaker, Logitech...

Sierra is still proving to be one of the less problematic Mac software upgrade in a long time, but as expected, there are some minor issues here and there, including FileMaker incompatibility problems, tracking issues with some Logitech mice, and problems with missing options on some third party 4k displays.

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Apple adds online retail partner Flipkart in India...

Apple still relies on third-party retailers to sell its products in India, and the company is adding a second online retail partner to help ahead of India’s iPhone 7 launch next month. While the iPhone 7 goes on sale in 30 additional countries around the world today, India is set to kick off iPhone 7 sales on October 7.


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iOS 10.0.1 and 10.0.2 Fix Important Bugs

Apple has released a small iOS 10.0.2 update to address problems with headphones, iCloud Photo Library, and app extensions. The previous iOS 10.0.1 was a necessary download only for iPhone 7 owners, but it too incorporates key bug fixes.


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Apple Watch Series 2 review (as written by a...

When the Apple Watch first came out last year, Engadget published not one but two reviews. There was the "official" review, which provided an overview of the device's features and, more important, attempted to explain who, if anyone, should buy it. T...

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Apple releases iOS 10.0.2 with headphone/audio...

Apple has released iOS 10.0.2. It addresses an issue that could prevent headphone audio controls from temporarily not working.

It also resolves an issue that caused Photos to quit for some users when turning on iCloud Photo Library and fixes an issue that prevented enabling some app extensions. iOS 10.0.2 can be installed through Software Update within the iOS Settings app, or by connecting an iPhone or iPad to iTunes on a Mac or PC.

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Facebook's Safety Check was activated by...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that the company was working on a way for users to activate its Safety Check feature back in August. During this week's protests in Charlotte, North Carolina, users of the social network employed the feature for...

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Apple partners with Flipkart e-commerce site to sell...

Apple has partnered with Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce website, to sell the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus online in that country. They’ll go on sale Oct. 7.

Under the deal, Flipkart will source iPhones directly from Apple, unlike earlier when it used to source them from third-party retailers in a marketplace model. Infibeam — an Indian internet and e-commerce conglomerate involved in online retailing, e-commerce software and internet services — will be another online partner.

However, according to BGR, the scope of Apple’s partnership with Flipkart and Infibeam differs in terms of the product catalog they will sell. According to what Apple is calling “Authorised Resellers for Internet or catalogue sales” in India, Flipkart will sell across all categories which...

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Twitter takeover being considered by Google,...

Several major tech corporations -- Google and Salesforce among them -- have allegedly expressed in buying Twitter, as much for the data the social network generates as its actual media revenue.

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iPhone 7 launches in 30 more countries today, Apple...

Following preorders going live on September 9 and an initial launch in 28 countries on September 16, Apple’s new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus today launch in an additional 30 countries around the world.

Apple is also launching its new Apple Watch Series 2, Apple Watch Edition, and updated Series 1 models in 20 additional countries today as its new special edition Apple Watch Hermès models become available for the first time.


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9to5Toys Lunch Break: Best iPhone 7/Plus Ultra-Thin...

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Apple releases iOS update to fix headphone audio...

iOS 10 is ten days old, and it’s already had a couple of updates—on Friday, Apple released iOS 10.0.2.

According to the release notes, the 56.1MB update does the following:

  • Addresses an issue that could prevent headphone audio controls from temporarily not working
  • Resolves an issue that caused Photos to quit for some users when turning on iCloud Photo Library
  • Fixes an issue that prevented enabling some app extension

Before you install the update, it’s a good idea to back up your iOS device. You can install the update directly on your iOS device that’s connected to the internet. In the Settings app, tap Software Update, and the 10.0.2 update should appear. Tap Download and Install to start the process.

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The best laptop stands

By Kimber Streams

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. Read the full article here.

If you spend hours every day hunched over a laptop at your desk, get a laptop stand. Paired with a mouse an...

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Apple releases iOS 10.0.2 update fixing Lightning...

Apple on Friday pushed out a minor update for its newly released iOS 10 platform, squashing a handful of bugs for iPhone and iPad users, most notably one related to controls on Lightning-connected headphones.

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Apple releases iOS 10.0.2 with fix for Lightning...

Apple has just released the first bug fix centric iOS 10.0.2 update today for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update includes fixes that should address issues where Lightning headphones would momentarily lose playback controls as well as other fixes.


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Fotr takes you back to photography's bad old...

Before digital, photographers of all calibers had to be careful, since there were several limits imposed on what they could do. For instance, you only had a limited number of exposures per reel and you had to pay to print all of your images, even the...

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Apple’s Tuplejump Purchase Hints at a Smarter Siri...

Apple indirectly confirmed it purchased the machine learning company Tuplejump, adding to its collection of artificial intelligence talent. Tuplejump’s technology is designed to process large amounts of data to make it easier to work with, which sounds like a great fit for Siri.

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Apple released a new iOS Firmware

Apple just released iOS 10.0.2 (Build 14A456) for:

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Inside iOS 10: Apple Maps adds power, simplicity to...

Apple introduced a new look in Maps with iOS 10, but more importantly implemented key search and discovery features, as well as backend tools for app extensibility that make navigating everyday life a little more convenient.

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NSA operative might have accidentally leaked its...

American authorities are still digging into how a set of NSA's hacking tools landed in the hands of a group called Shadow Brokers who then leaked them online. According to Reuters, they're now focusing their investigation on a theory that one NSA ope...

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Apple partners with Flipkart for online iPhone 7...

Apple has entered a direct partnership with Indian's biggest e-commerce storefront, Flipkart, in advance of the local iPhone 7 launch on Oct. 7, a report said on Friday.

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Following Pandora, iHeartRadio reveals new premium...

Stop me if you’ve already heard this one: A major Internet radio service is improving its core service and adding an on-demand, Spotify-style product. No, we’re not talking about Pandora—this time it's iHeartRadio's turn.

The company behind the services, iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel), announced iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access on Friday. The two new subscription plans will roll out in January.

The story behind the story: With so many music services competing for our attention, iHeartMedia hopes it can lure more people to its offerings by focusing on radio. The company says even the new Spotify-like service, iHeartRadio All Access, will focus on improving your radio experience. The company is short on specifics, but from the sounds of it the music you listen to using All Access...

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Recall of dangerous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 yields a...

Samsung has revealed that about half of the recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones sold in the U.S. have been exchanged for replacement units, as part of the company's voluntary recall on the phablets after reports of battery explosions and fires.

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iOS Safari, Android Chrome, tweaked to enable video...

Jack Marshall, writing for The Wall Street Journal:

Apple Inc. and Google made tweaks to their popular mobile web browsers recently to enable video content to play automatically in web pages, provided audio is muted.

The changes could result in a boost in mobile video consumption for online publishers if they allow their videos to play automatically, and it could unlock new revenue opportunities as a result.

For marketers, the tweaks will enable them to automatically play video content when potential customers visit their websites.

Autoplay means you consume your data plan simply by visiting a site. Some sites hide the video, making it invisible, and others place the video at the bottom of an article, ensuring you’ll need to scroll through the entire article to get to that elusive pause button.

It’s unclear how consumers will react to having videos play automatically on mobile webpages. Some industry observers suggest Facebook’s introduction of...

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Apple Watch Diary: Transforming the user-interface...

Apple used the word ‘courage’ recently to describe its decision to remove the headphone socket from the iPhone 7, and much fun was poked at the company by those who missed the reference. But what I personally found far more courageous was Apple effectively admitting that it got the original Apple Watch user-interface badly wrong, and completely revamping it in watchOS 3.

Glances never worked. They were supposed to be a fast way to see information from your favorite apps, and to go on to quickly open those apps when required. In reality, neither objective was achieved: data was slow to load, and so were the apps.

And the side-button for immediate access to contacts was simply the waste of a button. Using the Watch Dick Tracy-style for phone calls was never more than a novelty, and sending scribbles and the like to contacts was even more of a gimmick.

So Apple...

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Daily Deal: iPhone 7 Razor Armor Shockproof &...

It's available in five colors! 

If you were one of the lucky folks to get a brand new iPhone 7 during the last week -- especially that Jet Black model -- then you'll want to take note of today's AWT Deals Shop bargain. We've partnered with ZeroLemon for their iPhone 7 Razor Armor Shockproof & Scratch Resistant Case for just $21.99.  

Sure, that iPhone 7 is water-resistant on its own, but it can still suffer the consequences of an accidental drop. That's where Razor Armor comes in handy, giving a double layer of polycarbonate interchangeable shell, combined with a soft TPU inner frame. All of this protection only adds 0.15" to your phone, and still provides full accessibility to all the iPhone 7's ports (including...

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∞ Apple Watch ejecting water from the speaker in slo...

[VIDEO]: Interesting to see, though it looks and sounds very lo-tech in slo-mo.

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Deals: $350 off 2016 12" MacBook; $125 off 13...

Heading into the weekend shoppers can pick up a 2016 12" MacBook in Rose Gold (1.2GHz, 8GB, 512GB) for $1,249. Or scoop up the larger 13" MacBook Pro for $1,174.99. The DJI Phantom 4 Drone Ultimate Combo with three batteries and a free car charger is also $400 off on eBay while supplies last.

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CleanMyMac 3.5.1

Adds support for macOS 10.12 Sierra and fixes an issue that affected Live Photos. ($39.95 new, free update, 33.7 MB)


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Feature Request: iPhone 7 stereo speakers amplify...

Not only is the iPhone 7 capable of outputting louder sound, but it also features two speakers that are capable of producing true stereo output.

The two speakers — one in the bottom of the iPhone, and one in the earpiece — are a first for an iPhone. Although the iPhone 7 doesn’t feature the four-speaker ensemble found on the iPad Pro, it is capable of producing true stereo-separated sound that your ears can perceive while the phone is oriented in landscape mode.

There’s just one problem. Unlike other apps, the iPhone Music app doesn’t yet support landscape mode…


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Wide iPhone 7 availability expected at Apple retail...

Apple retail store managers have been informed that all models, colors, and configurations of the iPhone 7 will be available for walk-in customers on Oct. 8 after an international freight logjam holding up arrival of the devices by container ship was partially cleared up.

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Echoes of Amazon as Apple reportedly pursues...

Enlarge / Same for Siri.

Apple may be planning to introduce Siri to a new home, one that doesn't live in your pocket or on your wrist. A Bloomberg report suggests that Apple may be developing a smart home device akin to Amazon's Echo that uses Siri to control other devices around the home, including smart lights and locks. Individuals "familiar with the matter" claim that the project has already gone through research and development, and it has now entered the prototype testing phase.


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Bloomberg: Apple stepping up plans for Amazon Echo-...

Mark Gurman, writing for Bloomberg:

Apple Inc. is pressing ahead with the development of an Echo-like smart-home device based on the Siri voice assistant, according to people familiar with the matter.

Started more than two years ago, the project has exited the research and development lab and is now in prototype testing, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing unannounced Apple projects. Like Amazon Inc.’s Echo, the device is designed to control appliances, locks, lights and curtains via voice activation, the people said. Apple hasn’t finalized plans for the device and could still scrap the project.

There were breaths of a rumor that this device would see the light of day this year, but they faded away. I’d like to see a device like this as a living room or kitchen information anchor, well integrated with iOS and macOS. The key is to make sure only one device responds when you trigger it with “Hey, Siri”.


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Larry Sanders Show returns to HBO today

Speaking of the top 100 TV shows of all time, The Larry Sanders Show (ranked #18 on that list) is one of my all-time favorites.

After a long, long absence, the full run of this legendary series is coming back to HBO, both as weekly episodes and, on HBO Go and HBO Now, as a complete series for binge watching.

Highly, highly recommended.


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Apple's iPhone 7 camera delivers nice slice of...

Apple's latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus make significant strides in improving the quality and versatility of photos you can take, as well as in reproducing them in Wide Color. You can capture more detailed and nuanced pics in low light, you can confidently pull out your phone in wet environments, hand jitter is cinematically smoothed away and the new dual camera system on iPhone 7 Plus opens up entirely new ways to shoot.

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Mystery Apple wireless device w/ Bluetooth & NFC...

Following the launch of iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2 this month, a mysterious wireless Apple device has passed through the FCC that doesn’t seem to line up with any known Apple products (via Consomac).


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Apple's Siri-powered Amazon Echo rival...

Apple is reportedly still hard at work on a Siri-powered device to rival the Amazon Echo. The project is out of the research and development and phase and into prototyping, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has an excellent track record with Apple rumors.

Gurman doesn’t say what the smart home device will be, but presumably it will be some kind of speaker. The aim is for the Siri device to control smart home appliances—presumably via HomeKit—similar to the Echo. The Siri device would likely also be able to carry out the same tasks that the personal digital assistant already does on the iPhone and iPad. ...

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∞ iPhone speakers, battery life, and the marketing...

Ryan Jones noticed an interesting change with Apple’s reported battery life specs.

First, take a look at the image in this tweet.

Note the focus on wireless with the iPhone 7, a word not found in the same iPhone 6s and 6s Plus specs.

From Ryan’s tweet:

Stereo speakers crush battery.

1 hr playback > 10%. Possibly why Apple changed the battery life specs to “wireless”.

Interesting. Clearly, onboard speakers will always chew up more iPhone battery than wireless headphones.

Why? The iPhone speakers are consuming the onboard battery, while the wireless headphones draw from their own batteries, not counting against the battery life measurement for the iPhone itself. There is a nominal drain for Bluetooth communication, but that’s not nearly as big a drain as driving...

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AceVPN 3-Year Subscription: $45

Check out this deal on a three year subscription to AceVPN. It features 20 gateways in the U.S., UK, and France. The service doesn’t meter your bandwidth and doesn’t retain logs. You can find more details in the deal listing.

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100 greatest TV shows of all time

Most lists are hit or miss. This one is definitely heavily stacked with hits. Two shows I would have added to the list? Star Trek: The Next Generation and Get Smart. That said, I really enjoyed this format, laced with videos to give a taste of each show.

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Gemini 2.2.2

Adds full support for macOS 10.12 Sierra, including proper iCloud files processing ($19.95 new, free update, 35.6 MB)


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News: Report: Apple’s Siri home hub has reached the...

Apple’s rumored standalone Siri home control hub may be getting closer to a reality, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Rumors earlier this year suggested that Apple was working on a standalone “Siri home speaker” that would rival Amazon’s Echo, with subsequent reports suggesting that it might go farther than merely being an Echo-like speaker, integrating a camera and possibly other technology. Citing people familiar…

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∞ Still a walled garden, but with more doors

Dieter Bohn, writing for The Verge:

iOS 10 moves some of your stuff around a little and makes other stuff look a little different, but fundamentally it acts very much like what you’re used to underneath those new notification bubbles and 3D Touch gimmicks.

But layered underneath those cosmetic changes are some features that push your apps even further, beyond just their icons, into various corners of the operating system. It’s easy to look down your nose at Widgets and iMessage stickers, but when they’re combined with extensions, you begin to see a system where you have access to information from ESPN, Weather, Uber, and much more, all without opening those apps at all. It’s like Android’s widgets, but with a developer ecosystem that might actually be...

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Japan considers antitrust action against Apple over...

The Japanese government is considering pursuing an antitrust case against Apple because of its local carrier deals, a report said on Friday, echoing similar complaints in other countries.

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Reuters: Japan’s antitrust watchdog considers action...

Yoshiyasu Shida , writing for Reuters:

Japanese regulators are considering taking action against Apple Inc over possible antitrust violations that may have helped it dominate the nation’s smartphone sales, government sources said, a move that could hit the company’s profit margins in one of its most profitable markets.

In a report published last month, Japan’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) said that NTT Docomo, KDDI Corp and Softbank Group were refusing to sell older surplus iPhone models to third party retailers, thereby hobbling smaller competitors.

This seems more about resellers than Apple. But:

Apple was not named in that report, but two senior government sources told Reuters that regulators were also focusing on Apple’s supply agreements with all three carriers.

Under those deals, surplus stock of older iPhones is kept out of the market and sent to overseas markets, such as Hong Kong, according to industry sources.

It’s all so tawdry....

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Rumor: Apple moving ahead with an Amazon Echo-like...

Apple is moving ahead with the development of an Echo-like smart-home device based on the Siri voice assistant, reports Bloomberg, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

The project has exited the research and development lab and is now in prototype testing, the article adds. Bloomberg says that, like Amazon’s Echo, the device is designed to control appliances, locks, lights and curtains via voice activation, the people said. However, “Apple hasn’t finalized plans for the device and could still scrap the project,” the article says.

These rumors aren’t new. In May it was reported that Apple is working on "an Amazon Echo-like device with a speaker and microphone that people can use to...

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Apple allegedly working on Siri stand-alone speaker...

Apple appears to be stepping up efforts to combat Amazon's Alexa voice recognition suite of devices with a Siri-based home voice assistant reportedly in the works.

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Apple Hates Music Lovers Who Want to Own Their Music

John Kheit is in a frothing-at-the-mouth rage about iTunes in iOS and macOS Sierra. From missing ratings to iCloud downloads for songs that should be local, he’s fighting mad.

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Pyle Audio takes on home automation with Smart Robot...

One of the few home automation product categories that I find really useful is home robotics, particularly with robot vacuum cleaners. I've owned robot vacuums since the days of the first Roombas, and they're perfect for tidying up rooms while getting other work done. Pyle Audio is moving into this space today with the new $289.99 Smart Robot Vacuum with Built-in Camera, which features not only six different cleaning modes, but an HD camera that can show you -- via an iPhone app -- what just got cleaned up under that couch!

As a robot vacuum owner, I can see a lot to like about Pyle's Smart Robot Vacuum. There are twin side brushes that are quite long, perfect for getting into corners that most other robot vacuums leave untouched. At 3.4 inches tall, the Smart Robot Vacuum can squeak under a lot of beds, couches and chairs that would block competing robots.

The six cleaning modes represent a spectrum of ways that...

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News: Daily Deal: Keyboard Maestro

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can pick up Keyboard Maestro for only $19.99 — 44% off the regular price. This award-winning productivity tool will empower your workflow by letting you create custom keyboard shortcuts to perform complex tasks such as opening documents, entering whole sentences of text, controlling web applications, triggering Applescripts, and more.

Get the Keyboard Maestro now for only $19.99...

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Japanese regulators are considering antitrust...

Japanese regulators are considering taking action against Apple over possible antitrust violations that may have helped it dominate the nation's smartphone sales, a move that could hit the company's margins in one of its most profitable markets.

Japan's Fair Trade Commission said that NTT Docomo, KDDI Corp and Softbank were refusing to sell older surplus iPhone models to third party retailers due to supply agreements, thereby hobbling smaller competitors. This is the latest ding against Apple in Japan.

Last week Reuters reported that Apple’s iTunes unit in Japan was ordered to pay some 12 billion yen (about $118 million) in tax by local authorities after underreporting income. The Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau determined that the unit, which sends part of its profits earned from fees paid by Japan subscribers to another Apple unit in Ireland to...

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Apple’s rumored Siri-powered Amazon Echo competitor...

We first heard suggestions that Apple was working on its own equivalent to Amazon’s Echo – an intelligent voice-controlled assistant in a speaker – in the run-up to WWDC back in May. A subsequent report suggested that the device would feature a camera capable of facial-recognition to identify household members and set preferences.

Little more has been heard since then, but a new Bloomberg report says that the product now exists in prototype form and has begun testing outside the lab …


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AppleInsider podcast talks iOS 10, machine learning...

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Mikey and Victor talk about Apple acquistions, both announced and rumored, and the some of the best and worst features of iOS 10.

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Rumor: Apple purchases TupleJump, expands machine...

Machine learning is the hip new thing and Apple wants to be as large a part of it as humanly possible.

Adding to its collection of machine learning acquisitions, following a buyout of Perceptio at the end of 2015 and Turi just a few months ago, Apple has now acquired an India/US-based machine learning team, Tuplejump.

While Apple has yet to confirm the purchase and offered the standard line about occasionally buying other outfits without discussing its purposes or plans, the company offered the previous description of itself on its web site a while back:

A few years ago people realised that the volume of data that businesses generate was becoming unwieldy. A new set of technologies to handle this huge amounts of data cropped up. We were one of the early...

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Japanese regulators considering antitrust action...

Reuters reports that Japanese regulators are considering taking action against Apple for possible antitrust violations. Three Japanese carriers are the main focus of the investigation, but it appears that Apple may also be implicated.

Japan’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) said that NTT Docomo, KDDI Corp and Softbank Group were refusing to sell older surplus iPhone models to third party retailers, thereby hobbling smaller competitors. Apple was not named in that report, but two senior government sources told Reuters that regulators were also focusing on Apple’s supply agreements with all three carriers.

It’s reported that it is Apple’s contract terms that ultimately prevents older model iPhones being made available for sale within Japan …


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Yahoo confirms hack, roughly 500 million email...

In the annals of hacks and breaches, this is pretty epic.

Yahoo confirmed on Thursday data “associated with at least 500 million user accounts” have been stolen in what may be one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever.

The company said it believes a “state-sponsored actor” was behind the data breach, meaning an individual acting on behalf of a government. The breach is said to have occurred in late 2014.

“The account information may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords (the vast majority with bcrypt) and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers,” Yahoo said in a statement.

Yahoo urged uses to change both their passwords and security questions as well as review their accounts for signs of suspicious activity. The company...

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Senate Leadership Rebuffs Cruz's Shutdown...

It appears that the Senate is poised to quash a government shutdown threat from Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in spite of presidential candidate Donald Trump lending his support to his former primary opponent's cause. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Thursday filed a continuing resolution to fund the government without any language geared toward blocking the administration's IANA transition, which Cruz had attempted to include in the bill. The Democrats still have to sign on, but the measure is expected to pass the chamber on Monday.

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It may be time for Apple to get into the cellular...

Perhaps it's time for Apple to introduce its own cellular network and make plans for data only cellular towers. When Apple first introduced the first iPhone, some pundits thought our favorite tech company might do just that. 

Considering how current companies are increasing their data cost to users, and given Google's expansion into the wired Internet service business, perhaps Apple should begin using its horde of cash to purchase bandwidth and towers around the U.S. 

FaceTime has an audio-only capability, and iOS devices are consuming a huge amount of data. Such a move could be a game changer for mobile computing in this country -- possibly the world. Talk about thinking different.

In 2012, wireless industry strategist Whitey Bluestein said he thought Apple was developing such plans. After all, the company has over 250 million credit card numbers on file via iTunes, and iTunes can take mobile payments...

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Heading into its second year, the Apple Watch finds...

Enlarge / The Apple Watch Series 2 running watchOS 3. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

One of my favorite pieces of Apple writing from the last couple years is Ben Thompson’s discussion of the Apple Watch’s introduction and how it compared to past Apple product introductions. I’m not just referring to standard Apple product events, but the events at which Apple introduces an entirely new product line to the press and its customers for the first time.

The iPod, iPhone, and iPad introductions, Thompson writes, all went to great lengths to communicate Apple’s goals for the product. And often, that part of the presentation would go on for as long as 10 or 15 minutes before the product itself was even announced or shown. Even...

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How to open ANY app in macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra really doesn’t want you to run apps that weren’t purchased from the Mac App Store. Before the latest version of the Mac operating system, you could allow apps to be downloaded from the Mac App Store, identified developers, and “anywhere.” The latter option has vanished in Sierra. However, there are still two ways to do this.

First, download the app and move it to your Applications folder. Right-click on its icon and select Open. After you select Open, Sierra will frantically warn you that the app is “from an unidentified developer” and ask if you’re really dumb enough to open it (well, okay, so it asks if you really want to open it). If you do, click Open; if you don’t, click Cancel. 

There’s a second way. Download the app and move it to your Applications folder. Launch it, and you’ll get the same warning. However, you’ll only be presented with a blue “OK” button. Click it and you’re taken to the Finder. Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy...

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Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 23, 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.

iOS Apps/Updates

FancyTap has introduced React 1.0, a free iMessage app for iOS 10 devices. It lets iOS users lock a message containing either a text, a photo or a video for a reaction from the message receiver.

Renniksoft has launched Book Max - The Smart Marketplace for eBooks. It’s a free eBook search solution. Users start typing a search term or using the bubble interface to find a book.

Tupilak Gaming has unveiled Kheshig 1.0, a multi-platform board/...

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Watch the Apple Watch Series 2 eject water from the...

One of the challenges Apple faced with making the Apple Watch Series 2 ‘swimproof‘ was that it has two large-ish holes in the casing in the form of the speaker grilles. The company said during the keynote that it actually used sound waves to eject water from the speaker enclosure, and we can now see this happening in full slow-motion glory in a YouTube video.


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Collage creation is a breeze with Diptic for Mac

If you need a quick, easy and fun way to combine photos into a collage, Diptic for Mac is the tool for you. You can combine up to six photos to create a new image without working up a sweat. 

Diptic is as user friendly as an app gets. You start by selecting one of 56 layouts. You can adjust the canvas size to get a square, portrait or landscape image.

Next choose the photos for your collage. You can pick from pics on your Mac or drag and drop photos from online services such as Facebook, Twitter, and Shutterfly. Arrange your pics as you'd like. You can even swap photos between frames. 

Next customize the inner frame dimensions using the frame sliders. You can adjust brightness, contrast, hue and saturation, and adjust border color, width and curvature. Once you've finished your collage, you can export it in JPG or PNG formats at resolutions up to 3072 x 3072. 

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Sporadic reports of poor phone call quality on...

A small number of iPhone 7/7 Plus owners are reporting poor sound quality during phone calls. The issue doesn’t appear to be widespread, but there have seemingly been enough reports for Apple to update a generic support document for the sound issues.


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Safari 10.0

Prefers displaying HTML 5 video whenever available and fixes a number of security vulnerabilities for OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite and 10.11.6 El Capitan. (Free)


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1Password 6.3.3

Fixes a number of issues found on macOS 10.12 Sierra. ($64.99 new, free update, 43.8 MB)


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Save Bandwidth with iMessage Images Using Low...

iOS 10 has something called Low Quality Mode for images you send out in iMessage. When active, Low Quality Mode reduces any images you are sending out to approximately 100K. This can save you a lot of cellular data usage, especially if you’re sending out photographs you take on your iPhone.

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macOS Sierra: RAID Support Returns to Disk Utility

Guess what? RAID support is back in Disk Utility in macOS Sierra. You won’t find it in the main interface (see below), but you will find it in the File Menu.

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Google opens Daydream VR platform to developers

From its debut at Google I/O, Daydream seemed like a much more ambitious smartphone-based VR software platform than the earlier Cardboard system. The countdown clock for the former's public release began after a Bloomberg article back in August hinte...

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Yahoo confirms at least 500M accounts impacted by...

Yahoo on Thursday announced that information associated with at least 500 million accounts was stolen in a security breach of its network in 2014, claiming a "state-sponsored actor" was behind the attack.

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Deezer's family streaming plan is now available...

Like most streaming services, music or otherwise, Deezer has a family plan that offers enough individual accounts to cover your whole household for a significantly discounted price. This particular subscription option, however, was previously exclusi...

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Supposedly leaked ad showcases Apple Watch Series 2...

A video posted to YouTube on Thursday claims to show an Apple-produced television commercial promoting the new Apple Watch Series 2 Hermes model, which, if legitimate, is the company's first ad dedicated to the luxury brand's special edition.

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Library of Congress repatriates 163,000 files to...

The Library of Congress has completed a three-year project to digitize 163,000 documents relating to the cultural history of Afghanistan, and this week officials handed over these hard drives to the Afghan Minister of Information and Culture, Abdul B...

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'Minecraft: Education Edition' officially...

After a summer of test runs, the full version of Minecraft: Education Edition will officially launch on November 1st. When it goes live, the service will require a $5 yearly membership per user or a district-wide license, but the Early Access edition...

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First ad for Apple Watch Series 2 Hermès shared...

Update: Hermès has officially shared this ad on its YouTube channel.

Apple has already shared a few advertisements for its new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2, as well as a new Apple Music commercial starring James Corden. Now, an apparent Apple ad has leaked on YouTube that showcases the Apple Watch Series 2 Hermès ahead of its release tomorrow.


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Beats to skip Studio Wireless headphone update in...

Apple-owned Beats won't be updating its over-ear Studio Wireless headphones in 2016 due to a lack of battery life improvements, according to a report published Thursday.

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The CW's shows will be available on streaming...

Reports surfaced in January that CBS and Time Warner were planning a streaming service for The CW network. So far, those plans haven't come to fruition, but starting next week, it'll be a lot easier to stream shows that air on the the channel. The CW...

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AWT News Update: September 22, 2016

If you weren't at the new Hong Kong store at 11 AM today, it's too late to get a free t-shirt...

It's the first day of Autumn, and it's also the last AWT News Update of the week -- be sure to join us again on Monday afternoon. Steve had to do this podcast unscripted, so we have just a few Apple-related stories today:

  • A 19-year-old hacker claims to have jailbroken an iPhone 7 in less than 24 hours; we're wondering if he'll release the jailbreak to the public or get a bounty from Apple for revealing the vulnerability he used;
  • ABC News is added to Live Tune-in on the 4th-generation Apple TV;
  • Apple opens another Apple retail outlet, this one is the sixth in Hong Kong

Sadly for you, there's no text version of the podcast today so you're going to have to listen to it!

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Where Did Music Controls in iOS 10 Control Center Go...

One of the many changes in iOS 10 is Control Center. The most striking change is that controls for music are gone. Well, it turns out they aren’t gone, they’ve just been moved. To access them, swipe left in Control Center.  Bryan Chaffin has pictures, with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one.

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Windows 10 Maps will show the traffic on your route...

Fans of the Maps app on Windows 10 will have something to look forward to with its latest update. Now, you can see what the roads are like either to home or work (or whatever locations you've labeled as such) and even take a gander at realtime traffi...

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Satellite tracking for airliners may help prevent...

The fact that a passenger airliner can disappear without a trace is still pretty difficult to comprehend. Two companies are looking to bring a new satellite tracking solution to market that they say will prevent mysterious disappearances like that of...

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Hacker claims to have jailbroken iPhone 7 in just 24...

The iPhone 7 hit the market just a week ago, but hackers have already started work on attempting to jailbreak the device. As noted by Motherboard, one teenage hacker has already had success in jailbreaking the iPhone 7 running iOS 10. In fact, the 19-year-old developer, Luca Todesco, claims to have successfully done so in just 24 hours…


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∞ iPhone 7 Plus Depth Effect

One of the cool visual effects of the iPhone 7 Plus’ new camera is called Depth Effect—it was released as part of the new iOS 10.1 beta yesterday, so I downloaded it and gave it a try. […]

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Report: Beats not updating Studio Wireless...

Alongside the iPhone 7 earlier this month, Apple introduced a new lineup of Beats products, including the Solo3, Powerbeats 3, Beats X, and Beats Ep. Noticeably missing from the refresh, though, were the Beats Studio Wireless. Coming in near the top of the Beats lineup, the Studio Wireless offer an over-ear design and improved noise-canceling compared to the company’s other offerings.

If you were holding out for a refresh of the Beats Studio Wireless, perhaps for the holiday season, you’re going to be waiting for a while, according to a new report from CNET.


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Apple Leather Case for iPhone 7, Same Style with...

Bryan Chaffin used Apple’s Leather Case for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, but he says that the new Leather Case for iPhone 7 is a big improvement. There’s one reason for that, the buttons.

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The Wirecutter's best deals: Save $100 on...

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

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Apple adds ABC News to Apple TV's 'Live...

Apple on Thursday added ABC News to the roster of apps supported by Live Tune-In, a feature of the fourth-generation Apple TV.

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White House hopes to fight climate change with data...

Despite some scary evidence that climate change is affecting weather patterns and even shifting how the Earth moves, 43 percent of Americans wouldn't spend a buck a month to fight it. With Congressional deadlock standing in the way of a national stra...

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Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 22, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

Twocanoes Software says Winclone, Boot Runner and SD Clone are macOS Sierra ready. 

Winclone is a solution for cloning and migrating Boot Camp on the Mac; pricing starts at $19.99. Boot Runner is a dual-boot startup control and boot management utility for enterprise Macs; pricing starts at $9.99. SD Clone offers a way to clone SD and other media cards on the Mac; pricing starts at $99.99.

Houdah Software has unveiled HoudahGeo 5.1, an upgrade to the photo geotagging tool for Mac. 

The app tags photos with location coordinates and names. Standard EXIF, XMP and IPTC geotags allow photo cataloging tools to organize and later find photos...

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19-Year-Old Jailbreaks iPhone 7 In 24 Hours

An anonymous reader writes: 19-year-old hacker qwertyoruiop, aka Luca Todesco, jailbroke the new iPhone 7 just 24 hours after he got it, in what's the first known iPhone 7 jailbreak. Todesco tweeted a screenshot of a terminal where he has "root," alongside the message: "This is a jailbroken iPhone 7." He even has video proof of the jailbreak. Motherboard reports: "He also said that he could definitely submit the vulnerabilities he found to Apple, since they fall under the newly launched bug bounty, but he hasn't decided whether to do that yet. The hacker told me that he needs to polish the exploits a bit more to make the jailbreak 'smoother,' and that he is also planning to make this jailbreak work through the Safari browser just like the famous ',' which allowed anyone to jailbreak their iPhone 4 just by clicking on a link." Apple responded to the news by saying, "Apple strongly cautions against installing any software that hacks iOS."


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Hands-on: Apple’s slightly-redesigned iPhone 7...

Like it always does, Apple released new silicon and leather cases for its latest iPhones. Outside of the obvious camera hole differences, the silicon case remains the same. The leather case, on the other hand, received a subtle, yet notable change. more…

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Sony's Xperia XZ arrives in the US October 2nd...

Sony debuted its latest handsets back at IFA and now the duo will soon debut in the US. The flagship Xperia XZ is slated to arrive October 2nd at Amazon, Best Buy and other retailers. Priced at $700 unlocked, the unlocked model supports GSM networks...

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Amazon takes aim at Shutterfly with photo printing...

Photo printing is the latest addition to Amazon's slate of services and that's not great news for the likes of Shutterfly. Amazon Prints outputs snapshots for as little as 9 cents each and offers photo books starting at $20. What's more, options like...

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Firefox 49.0

Improves performance on OS X systems without hardware acceleration and ends support for Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion. (Free, 81.3 MB)


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iOS 10 Messages: How to Control Who Sees When You...

iOS 10 lets you set who gets receipts on a case-by-case basis for the chats you read in Messages. It’s easy to set up once you know where to look. Follow along with The Mac Observer’s video tip to learn how.

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External Link: Dejal Marks 25 Years of Mac...

Congrats to David Sinclair of Dejal, who is celebrating his Mac development company’s 25th anniversary (check out the photo of his original Mac Plus!). Dejal is perhaps best known for its Simon monitoring tool, but the company also makes the free Time Out break reminder app, along with the Caboodle snippet keeper, and the BlogAssist utility for simplifying the process of making HTML markup. Through the end of the month, Dejal is offering a 50 percent discount on all its products.


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ABC News now works with Apple TV’s Live tune-in...

Apple TV gained a new feature earlier this year called Live tune-in that lets you tell Siri what channel you want to watch and jump right in to the current stream. The feature is somewhat difficult to discover, but Apple maintains a list of “live channels” that work with Live tune-in on the fourth-gen Apple TV.


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Tesla sues Michigan over law prohibiting direct sales

Tesla is suing the home of the auto industry. The electric car manufacturer started litigation against Michigan Governor Rick Snyder today over a law that prohibits the automaker's direct-sale model in the state, according to a report from Reuters. T...

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Review: Thought Out Simplex Tablet iPad Stand

We recently received Thought Out's Simplex Tablet iPad Stand ($30), which is as simple as its name suggests. Simplex is a $30 steel stand with an "oven baked finish" coating. The stand comes with vinyl holding pads already attached — to prevent an iPad from rubbing on the steel — as well as four feet to protect the stand from scratching any surface. Simplex should be able to hold any iPad, and the stand also includes gaps for cable management, which makes it easier to charge an iPad while viewing in either portrait or landscape mode.{/exp:char_limit}

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