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10:46
Apple released a new Software Update

Apple just released a new Software Update:

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10:45
Apple released a new Software Update

Apple just released a new Software Update:

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10:45
Apple released a new Software Update

Apple just released a new Software Update:

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10:44
∞ Beard Bash 2017 at WWDC

I am so happy to announce that for the seventh straight year I’ll be holding a party at WWDC as a way to say thank you to developers. The party is being held at the City National Civic Center in San Jose—directly across the street from WWDC. The event will be on
Monday, June 5, 2017 from 8-12 pm.

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10:43
Apple TV Remote app updated with iPad support,...

Apple TV Remote for iOS has been updated with iPad support as expected. Apple TV users can use this app to control navigation and interact with Siri just like with the physical Siri Remote. Apple has also improved how Now Playing works with the latest update:

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10:40
∞ WWDC ticket lottery kicks off today

Apple on Monday kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference ticket lottery. This gives developers the opportunity to purchase a ticket for the event, but doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get one. […]

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10:39
Android creator Andy Rubin teases his new smartphone

The creator of Android, Andy Rubin, is building a new smartphone -- and today, he shared the first image of his mysterious hardware. It's just a tease, revealing only the corner of the phone, where battery, time and network information is displayed i...

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10:33
Don't Let the Next Catastrophic Phishing...


What I think is amazing about all of the massive data breaches we hear about is that we know most are not reported. In other words, for every email, customer record, or financial theft in the news, there likely are hundreds that remain in the shadows. This problem is huge and yet another incident came to light last week. A clever Lithuanian individual was able to pull a whopping $100 million from a bunch of unnamed Internet companies using a combination of phishing tactics and fake vendors spread across a multitude of companies.

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10:28
Apple releases macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2 & tvOS...




In addition to iOS 10.3, Apple on Monday released macOS 10.12.4 with Night Shift, watchOS 3.2 with SiriKit and Theater Mode, and lastly tvOS 10.2, featuring smaller enhancements.

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10:26
Facebook will remind you to vote in local elections

Facebook isn't limiting its get-out-the-vote initiatives to federal elections. The social network is now offering reminders to vote in local US elections, whether they're at the county, municipal or state level. You'll see these notices as long as yo...

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10:25
Apple's 2016 supplier sustainability report...

Apple takes environmental sustainability seriously, but producing electronic devices that don’t cause harm to the earth or the people who make those devices requires the efforts of Apple’s suppliers, too. That’s why the company enforces standards for its partners, and according to Apple’s 11th annual supplier sustainability progress report, 2016 saw dramatic improvements.

Apple audited 705 suppliers and found 98 percent compliance with a 60-hour maximum work week, a new high. Apple removes partners from its supply chain who don’t meet its standards for labor and human rights, and in 2016 the company ceased working with three suppliers, BuzzFeed reported.

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10:23
News: Apple releases iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods,...

After a significant number of beta releases, Apple has finally released iOS 10.3 to the public today, featuring a new “Find My AirPods” option along with several improvements to Siri and CarPlay along with some other more minor changes and fixes. “Find My AirPods” allows iOS 10.3 users to user the “Find My iPhone” app to view the last reported location of their AirPods as well as playing a loud sound on one or both…

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10:22
Apple releases iOS 10.3, macOS Sierra 10.12.4, watch...

Apple has released iOS 10.3, macOS Sierra 10.12.4, watch OS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 after weeks of public and developer beta testing.  iOS 10.3 updates the file structure on an iOS device to the Apple File System (APFS). 

AFPS is optimized for Flash/SSD storage and features “strong encryption, copy-on-write metadata, space sharing, cloning for files and directories, snapshots, fast directory sizing, atomic safe-save primitives, and improved file system fundamentals.”

The upgrade also includes a new "Find My AirPods" ability, additions to Siri, CarPlay improvements, and some changes to Maps. Also, developers will be able to respond to customer reviews on the Apple App Store.

The iOS 10.3 update can be performed "over the air" through the software update feature on compatible iOS devices. Or you can download it via iTunes, then install it on a connected device.

macOS 10.12.4 brings iOS's Night Shift mode to the Mac, allowing...

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10:15
Apple opens developer lottery registration for WWDC...




Starting immediately and extending through Friday morning, developers can now sign up for the ticket lottery for Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose.

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10:11
AltConf and Layers conferences relocating to San...

Apple announced back in February that this year’s WWDC would move from San Francisco to the quieter city of San Jose. A major question that followed was what impact that might have on developer community events usually held in San Francisco during Apple’s major conference. Now two prominent conferences for the Apple community that take place during WWDC week have unveiled their plans for this year.

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10:10
Pages, Numbers, & Keynote for Mac and iOS add...

Apple has just released new updates to their iWork suite across iOS, macOS, and the iCloud webapps. The updates today includes the ability to open password-protected documents using Touch ID on the new MacBook Pro, iPhones and iPads, alongside new editing features for all the applications.

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10:08
Apple releases macOS Sierra 10.12.4: What’s new in...

The new revision of macOS Sierra has just been released by Apple. macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is now available for Mac users, but before you install it, here’s the lowdown on the new features. It’s not a major update, so there’s no need to rush to install it. When you do decide to do so, be sure you back up your Mac’s data first.

Night Shift

The major new feature in macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is Night Shift, which made its debut in iOS 9.3. Night Shift is available on the following Macs:

  • MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or later)
  • MacBook (Early 2015 or later)
  • MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or later)
  • Mac mini (Late 2012 or later)
  • iMac (Late 2012 or later)
  • Mac Pro (Late 2013)

With Night Shift activated, your Mac’s display adjusts its colors so it uses less blue light and instead uses...

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10:05
Facebook Messenger can share your location in real...

Plenty of messenger and map apps let you share your location with friends. iOS has its "Find My Friends" app and you can share your location through iMessage, while Hangouts similarly lets you share where you're at with friends. And that's just first...

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10:03
Apple rolling out macOS 10.12.4 software update with...

Apple is now rolling out the official macOS 10.12.4 release through the Mac App Store. The latest version of macOS Sierra is the first to bring Night Shift to the Mac.

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10:02
Apple opens WWDC 2017 lottery and scholarship...

If you plan on attending Apple’s annual developers conference, the window for WWDC 2017 registration is now open. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 11 and macOS 10.13 at the upcoming conference.

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10:01
tvOS 10.2 with new features and SDK improvements now...

Apple is rolling out tvOS 10.2 for Apple TV. tvOS 10.2 focuses on “new features, bug fixes, and improvements in the OS and SDK” according to release notes. Apple TV Remote on the App Store is also expected to get iPad support.

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10:01
Apple released a new iOS Firmware

Apple just released iOS 10.2 (Build 14W265) for:

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10:01
iOS 10.3 is ready to install with Find My AirPods,...

Developers and beta testers have already had a field day with iOS 10.3, and today it’s your turn to try the new software update.

After seven beta releases, iOS 10.3 is finally here. This dot-release brings with it the ability to track your AirPods from the Find My iPhone app and the switch from the outdated HFS+ system to the new Apple File System. In addition, iOS 10.3 lets you leave reviews in-app and will give developers the chance to reply to your reviews in the App Store.

It’s always important to back up your iOS device before attempting to install any new software, but because iOS 10.3 switches to a new file format, you might run into some unexpected compatibility issues. So, it’s extra important to create a backup this time.

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09:58
watchOS 3.2 with Theater Mode and SiriKit for Apple...

Apple is now rolling out watchOS 3.2 for Apple Watch. watchOS 3.2 includes Theater Mode which disables raise-to-wake and mutes alerts.

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09:58
iOS 10.3 now available for iPhone, iPad with Find My...




After seven beta releases, Apple has released iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods, APFS implementation, and other improvements for developers and the App Store.

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09:56
Rumor: Siri to get iMessage integration, adapt to...




Apple is planning a slate of Siri updates for "iOS 11" which should include things like more adaptive AI and integration with iMessage and iCloud, according to a rumor stemming from an Israeli site.

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09:56
Apple releases iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods, Apple...

Apple is rolling out iOS 10.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The latest software update includes Find My AirPods support, CarPlay improvements, Apple’s new filesystem, and more.

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09:52
Don’t let Congress give away your right to privately...

Regardless of the “I don’t have anything to hide” argument, this is something everyone should be concerned with.

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09:44
Apple's 2017 Supplier Responsibility Report...




The welfare of workers employed by Apple's partners is continuing to improve, according to the iPhone producer's latest annual Supplier Responsibility Report, with the firms audited also found to be following its lead in becoming more environmentally friendly with their production processes.

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09:44
Spotify's latest acquisition could bring better...

Spotify's recommendations still leave some room for improvement -- and that's bad for both you and the company's bottom line, since you're not likely to play an irrelevant song or tap on an off-the-mark promo. It might get better before long, however...

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09:40
∞ How to do a burnout

I won’t lie – I’ve always wanted to do this. I’ve gone through four sets of motorcycle tires in 2 years and I’d love to burn the rear off.

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09:40
CEO Tim Cook to help advise new Office of American...

President Trump will unveil a new White House office — the Office of American Innovation — today with “sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises — such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction — by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, privatizing some government functions,” reports the Washington Post. And Apple CEO Tim Cook will be involved.

The office will be reportedly staffed by business execs (both current and past) and is designed to infuse fresh thinking into Washington, according to the Post. The Office of American Innovation will particularly focus on technology and data. Tapped to help in the effort are Cook, Microsoft founder Bill...

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09:36
News: Wells Fargo rolling out ability to use Apple...

Wells Fargo has announced a plan to allow customers to use Apple Pay instead of their debit card for withdrawals at some ATMs by the end of the year. The bank currently has a method for using its mobile app to get an 8-digit code for cardless access, but later this year will be rolling out access for NFC-enabled phones to be used instead of a card at more than 5,000 of its 13,000 ATMs nationwide. Once the feature is live, the customer will be able…

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09:32
Wells Fargo Bank introducing Apple Pay ATM...

Wells Fargo Bank says customers now have card-free access to all of its 13,000 ATMs, coast-to-coast. The company’s One-Time Access Code technology allows customers to authenticate at an ATM using an 8-digit token and their debit or ATM card Personal Identification Number (PIN), instead of a physical card.

Customers first log into the Wells Fargo mobile app, select Card-Free ATM access under Account Services, and request a one-time-use, 8-digit access code. Upon arriving at the ATM, he or she simply enters the code and their debit or ATM card PIN, then proceeds to the main menu to perform their transaction.

In addition to One-Time Access Code, later this year customers will be able to initiate a cardless ATM transaction with the “tap and pay” technology in an NFC-enabled smartphone. When this feature is live, a customer will be able to initiate a transaction by signing into a leading mobile wallet (Apple Pay,...

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09:30
Inside Costco: the magic in the warehouse

I’m not a big box store fan but this story about Costco was fascinating.

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Apple Watch Series 1 from $200...

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Apple Watch Series 1 gets a big discount at Target,...

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09:22
PS4 Pro plays your 4K video files

So far, watching 4K video on a PS4 Pro has meant streaming from the likes of Netflix and YouTube. But what about all the 4K footage you shot on your phone? You should be covered after today. Sony is rolling out an update to the PS4 Pro's Media Player...

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09:16
BeatsX review: Just as magical as the AirPods, but...

Everyone rightfully raves about the AirPods but they are not necessarily the best for everyone. Read this review for info about the new BeatsX.

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09:14
Hands-on with the Philips Hue Tap: a wireless light...

As I continue to go hands-on with more products in the Philips Hue family, I have to say that the Philips Hue Tap is one that caught me by surprise. This is a device that allows you to control your Philips Hue lights using physical buttons, sort of like a traditional light switch, which to me sounded archaic and like the opposite of progress.

Yet, after trying the Hue Tap, I found it to be a convenient compliment to controlling lights from my iPhone or via Siri. The Philips Hue Tap is wireless, pairs easily, can be mounted anywhere, and is powered, not by batteries, but by your touch. Have a look at our brief hands-on video for more details. more…

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09:00
An AI taught me how to be a better tweeter

My name is Daniel Cooper, and I tweet... a lot.

Twitter is an extension of my subconscious, a pressure valve that lets half-baked thoughts escape my mind. In the last seven years, I've tweeted 73,811 times, and yet none of those 140-character messag...

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08:39
Samsung will sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7s......

Last month, a report claiming that Samsung would refurbish and sell the many Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that were returned following a global recall. In case you forgot, the Galaxy Note 7 had a battery problem that was causing the device to overheat a...

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08:37
Wells Fargo to offer Apple Pay-based ATM...




In launching smartphone-based ATM transactions across the U.S. on Monday, Wells Fargo simultaneously announced plans for NFC support "later this year," including Apple Pay.

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08:33
Facebook Messenger rolling out hour-long Live...

Facebook has constantly added new features to Messenger since it became a standalone chat app, and Live Location is the latest to join the list. Live Location lets Messenger users temporarily share an up-to-date location with friends and family.

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08:31
Uber suspends driverless car program after crash

Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] suspended its pilot program for driverless cars on Saturday after a vehicle equipped with the nascent technology crashed on an Arizona roadway, the ride-hailing company and local police said.

That doesn’t sound good, but…

The accident occurred when the driver of a second vehicle “failed to yield” to the Uber vehicle while making a turn, said Josie Montenegro, a spokeswoman for the Tempe Police Department.

I’m not sure that any car, driverless or not, could have avoided a crash in this situation.

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08:29
Apple Park looking good, latest drone footage shows...

Apple Park is looking very close to completion this month, with one of the research and development buildings now boasting occupants and solar panel installation completed on some of the structures. We have two drone videos for you today, one from a new source (Igor America) and the other from Matthew Roberts, who has been supplying amazing drone footage of the construction for quite some time:

As you can see, the landscaping work has moved ahead after the torrential rains received in much of California in February and March. Roberts notes in his video that the "spaceship" will feature a visitor's center, complete with an Apple Store and a café. The Apple Park campus will most likely be a popular tourist draw in Silicon Valley.

 

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08:26
News: Apple ‘stepping up’ investment in AR glasses,...

Apple is reportedly “stepping up” its investment in AR glasses, the Financial Times reports. After more than a year with a team exploring whether producing a “head-worn” device is viable, people with knowledge of the process said the company is devoting more resources to move its “science project towards a consumer product.” The sources said AR has overtaken the company’s secretive “Project Titan”…

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08:25
Samsung plans to sell refurbished Note 7

Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) said on Monday it plans to sell refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that were pulled from markets due to fire-prone batteries.

How could you possibly trust this device?

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08:01
Sketchy rumor claims iOS 11 will enhance Siri with...

A new report today details Apple’s plans to upgrade Siri with smarter AI features starting with iOS 11.  The Verifier which is a technology blog out of Israel claims Apple will update Siri with iMessage integration, iCloud syncing, and the ability to learn from user behaviors.

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07:55
UK official calls for government access to encrypted...




Apple and other tech companies must provide government intelligence agencies access to encrypted messaging services, the United Kingdom's Home Secretary declared in the wake of the Westminster terrorist attack, claiming there must be "no place for terrorists to hide" from surveillance.

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07:50
Apple releases Supplier Responsibility report,...

Apple today released its annual Supplier Responsibility report, publishing insights into how well its manufacturing partners treat workers and the environment. For 2016, the report shows that compliance with the 60-hour maximum work week for employees is up to 98 percent -- the highest level ever. 

In the realm of environmental compliance, Apple's suppliers reduced carbon emissions by 150,000 metric tons -- equivalent to taking 31,000 cars off roads for a year -- in 2016 alone and have saved 3.8 billion gallons of fresh water since 2013.

The company performed 705 audits of suppliers in 2016, up from 574 in 2015. The assessments resulted in the removal of three suppliers from the Apple supply chain as they did not meet labor, health and safety, or environmental standards. 

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07:46
Report: Apple’s been developing AR glasses for over...

Following up after an earlier report from Bloomberg on Apple’s behind the scenes efforts developing augmented reality tech, Financial Times is out with a profile today highlighting efforts by Apple, Facebook, and Magic Leap to build AR smart glasses.

Building on Bloomberg’s report that detailed Apple’s team of hundreds of engineers working on augmented reality features for iPhone that could later debut in a glasses product, FT says Apple has been working on the project for over a year and claims a launch is still at least a year away and “perhaps much longer.”

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07:43
Apple CEO Tim Cook tapped to advise President Trump...




On Monday U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce a new White House agency dubbed the "Office of American Innovation," staffed by former business executives and advised by current ones -- among them Apple CEO Tim Cook.

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07:36
Apple posts annual Supplier Responsibility report,...

Apple has just released its eleventh annual Supplier Responsibility report, where it publishes details about how the manufacturers that make and assemble components for iPhone, iPad, Mac and all of Apple’s products treat their workers and the environment.

In the 2016 report, Apple says that compliance with 60-hour maximum work week for employees has reached 98%, which is the highest ever. Apple suppliers have also reduced carbon emissions by 150,000 metric tons, the equivalent of taking 31,000 cars off the road for a year.

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07:28
Fun with Mac Terminal’s ‘banner’ Command

Mac Geek Gab listener Alex points us to a fun Mac Terminal command called “banner”, and its usage is simple. Launch Terminal, type ‘banner’, hit enter, type some text, hit enter again and voilà! You get a sideways banner of your chosen text fully suitable for printing on your favorite dot matrix printer.


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07:26
16 page Toys R Us ad from 1987

Click through to the ad, then either click (or tap) to step through the pages or, if you are on a larger display, click the magnifying glass for a larger version.

I found the whole thing fascinating. Guns without orange tips, a full size 10-speed bike for $69.99, a Nintendo set that came with a robot, so much chewy goodness.

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07:23
B-Eng launches SSD Health Check for NVMe for MacBook...

B-Eng has announced SSD Health Check for NVMe, a hard drive utility for macOS. It delivers data and insights for NVMe Solid State Drives that are built in the newest generation of Apple's MacBook Pro. 

This utility can alert you when your solid state disk is in a critical state or reaches other critical limits, such as operating temperature, unexpected power losses, power cycles and more. According to Christian Schaffner, general manager of B-Eng, SSD Health Check for NVMe is able to deliver statistics that no other app is able to provide. 

The app requires macOS 10.12 or later. SSD Health Check for NVMe is $4.99 (USD) and can be purchased from B-Eng online.

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07:20
Wells Fargo introducing cardless Apple Pay ATM...

Wells Fargo has announced that you’ll be able to use Apple Pay to withdraw cash from many of its ATMs from later in the year. No card will be needed.

The company last week announced a first step in cardless ATM usage, but the clunkiness of the approach suggests something you’d use only in emergencies – if you’ve left home without your card.

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07:20
News: Beijing court overturns ruling that iPhone 6,...

A Beijing court has overturned a previous decision that Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus infringed on the patent rights of Chinese company Baili, the South China Morning Post reports. Last May the Beijing Intellectual Property Office ruled in favor of Baili’s claim that the iPhones copied the design of that company’s 100C smartphone, but Apple was allowed to continue selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus while the appeal worked through the…

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07:07
∞ Using iOS Maps to avoid tolls, highways

There’s both a useful tip and a lesson here.

The tip: If you use Apple Maps on a regular basis, take a moment to fire up the Settings App and make your way to:

Settings > Maps > Driving & Navigation

Look over the page. Among other settings, here’s where you can tell Apple Maps to avoid Tolls and Highways. You can also enable the Compass on your directions page.

The lesson: Where to hide the settings has long been a decision for app developers and their choice might not always be obvious. For example, Apple Maps has a switch to turn Traffic on an off. That switch is embedded behind the info icon (upper right corner of the Maps main view). But the switches for Tolls are in Settings.

Bottom line, if you did not know to look, the Tolls switch would be difficult to find. If you go to the Settings search box (drag down on the main Setting page) and type Tolls, nothing shows up. So you are left...

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07:02
‘Financial Times’: Apple is intensifying efforts on...

Apple is now more interested in augmented reality eyesore than an auto project, according to the Financial Times (subscription required). Any retail launch is thought to be at least a year away, however.

An area targeted at Facebook (Oculus), Microsoft (HoloLens), Magic Leap (MLEAP) and elsewhere, AR eyewear is reportedly receiving every more attention at Apple as the technology is, prospectively, an eventual major hardware evolution beyond the smartphone.

Bloomberg says the Cupertino, California-based company is working on several AR products, including digital spectacles that could connect wirelessly to an iPhone and beam content—movies, maps and more—to the wearer. While the glasses — which I’ve dubbed “...

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06:56
White House announces Office of American Innovation...

President Trump is forming a new team, known as The White House Office of American Innovation, which he says is intended to harvest ideas from the business world. Apple CEO Tim Cook is reported by the Washington Post to be one of the business leaders working with the team.

The innovation office has a particular focus on technology and data, and it is working with such titans as Apple chief executive Tim Cook, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff and Tesla founder and chief executive Elon Musk. The group has already hosted sessions with more than 100 such leaders and government officials.

The latter comment appears to reference a...

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06:51
25 cool things you can do with Apple’s Workflow app

I normally avoid these slide show advertising buckets, but this is Jason Snell and, per usual, he does a nice job. In this case, he walks through a set of 25 examples of Workflow in action. If you’ve never used the app, make your way through the examples to get a sense of what Workflow can do.

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06:48
JP Morgan raises Apple target to $165, sees sales of...




Buying in on hype for an anticipated 10th anniversary "iPhone 8" super-cycle, investment firm J.P. Morgan has raised its price target on shares of Apple to $165.

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06:44
Closeup look at Clips, Apple new social video...

Interested in learning about Clips? Read this CNET article, or just watch the video embedded in the main Loop post.

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06:37
Laptop ban on planes came after plot to put...

The Guardian:

The US-UK ban on selected electronic devices from the passenger cabins of flights from some countries in north Africa and the Middle East was partly prompted by a previously undisclosed plot involving explosives hidden in a fake iPad, according to a security source.

When it was sneakers and underwear, they did not ban sneakers and underwear. This seems arbitrary at best.

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06:37
News: TSMC to begin production of A11 chips for new...

Supplier TSMC is already preparing to start production of the A11 chip expected to land in Apple’s next round of iPhones, Chinese-language site Economic Daily News reports. The company is Apple’s sole supplier of the CPUs for its new devices, and is expected to begin building the components next month in order to reach 50 million units by July. Apple split its A9 chip orders between both Samsung and TSMC, but a number of reports claimed…

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06:35
Drake's 'More Life' garners half of...




A new interview sheds some light on Drake's 300 million worldwide streams for his album More Life in its first week on Apple Music, and discusses the synergies between Beats 1 and Apple's streaming service.

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06:18
Developers: WWDC 2017 Ticket Lottery Opens Today

If you’re a registered Apple Developer Program member and want to go to this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose, today is the day to toss your name into the ticket lottery. Apple is opening the ticket lottery at 10 AM pacific time, and it’s the only way to get a conference ticket.


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06:08
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd: smartphone apps...

Following last week’s terrorist attack in London, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd (pictured) tells the BBC that Apple can’t allow apps on its online stores that offer unbreakable encryption. 

It was revealed that Khalid Masood accessed WhatsApp two minutes before running into a crowd pedestrians on Westminster Bridge in a rented car, killing three of them, then fatally stabbing a police officer guarding the Houses of Parliament.

WhatsApp Messenger is a freeware, cross-platform and end-to-end encrypted instant messaging application for smartphones. It uses the Internet to make voice calls, one to one video calls; send text messages, images, GIF, videos, documents, user location, audio files, phone contacts and voice notes to other users using standard cellular mobile numbers.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said it would be "wrong" for governments to...

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06:08
Apple 'stepping up' development of...




Apple is reportedly "stepping up its efforts" in developing augmented reality glasses, allocating more resources to the project with the aim of shifting it from research into a consumer product.

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06:06
Surprise! Non-profit chaired by Eric Schmidt ranks...

The 2017 Corporate Accountability Index – a company ranking put together by a non-profit chaired by Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt – has ranked Google top dog in the technology sector, while Apple sits at #7 with a little over half Google’s score.

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06:00
Live Home 3D Pro for Mac: $24.99

Check out Live Home 3D Pro for Mac, which helps you build from the ground up something as simple as a shed or living room or a complete sky scraper. You can design 2D floor plans, too—check out the deal listing for all the features. It’s $24.99 through our deal, 64% off retail.


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06:00
Apple ranks seventh in annual Ranking Digital Rights...

The annual Ranking Digital Rights survey, funded by the Open Technology Institute, a think tank focused on online and technological issues, found that companies like Apple, Google and Facebook still score much better on privacy and free expression issues than, for instance, China’s Baidu and Russia’s Yandex.

South Korean companies also scored much higher than those in China and Russia, where strict laws heavily monitor and censor Internet use. The study — as noted by Vocativ —looks at 10 of the biggest Internet companies around the world, most of which use both a messaging or email system and a search or social network system. American companies include Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter, and Yahoo from the U.S. Other companies in the study are China’s Google-like...

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06:00
Grab a lifetime all-access pass to iOS Online...

One of the more popular providers of iOS game and app development online training is iOS Online Courses, and we've teamed with them to bring you one heck of a deal. For just $69, you'll get lifetime access to the iOS Online Courses library of tutorials, which is continually growing and upgrading.

Not only do you get all of the current training, but as iOS evolves in the future to add new capabilities you'll be able to take all of the new training courses with your pass. Each course includes online tutorials, exclusive iOS app source code, and you'll even learn how to publish your apps and games to the App Store.

Your training can also prepare you to write apps for Apple Watch and Apple TV....

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05:57
T-Mobile adds AppleCare services to JUMP! upgrade...

T-Mobile has added AppleCare services to folks who subscribe to its JUMP! upgrade or Premium Device Protection. The wireless carrier has updated its product pages to include "AppleCare Services.” 

The JUMP! with Premium Device Protection costs $12 per month per device. Device Protection (without AppleCare) is $10 per month per device. Lookout Mobile Security Premium — which helps you locate a lost phone — is $4 per month per device. T-Mobile’s JUMP! lets you upgrade to new smartphones and tablets earlier and more often.

AppleCare+ itself costs $129 for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, or $99 for the iPhone SE.

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05:47
Here’s How to get a Black Display (PRODUCT)RED...

Apple’s brand new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 sports a cool looking red body with a white display bezel—no black bezel option is available, which we think is a crying shame. To drive that point home, JerryRigEverything tore apart a red iPhone 7 and gave it a black display. It looks great and it’s a DIY project JRE details in a video. In this case, DIY assumes you have a black iPhone 7 sitting around, all the right tools, and aren’t afraid to accidentally destroy two iPhones. Still, seeing a working black bezel red iPhone is pretty awesome.


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05:27
What Apple’s Purchase of Workflow Means for...

Apple’s months-long saga involving automation has taken a twist with the company’s purchase of the popular iOS automation app Workflow.

 

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05:15
9.7-inch iPad, (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus...

The new iPad and (PRODUCT)Red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus you want is now available for order online.

Apple has added the products to its online store in the United States and dozens of other countries and regions around the world. (PRODUCT)RED iPhones are also available for in-store pickup at select Apple Stores as of Friday.

The 9.7-inch iPad features a faster A9 processor and a brighter Retina display compared to the iPad Air 2, which has now been discontinued. The tablet is a bit thicker and heavier than the iPad Air 2 given that it lacks a fully laminated display with anti-reflective coating in order to keep costs down.

The tablet also features a display resolution of 2,048‑by‑1,536 at 264 PPI, an 8-megapixel rear iSight camera, 1.2-megapixel front FaceTime camera, two speakers, Lightning connector, 3.5mm headphone jack, Touch ID with Apple Pay, and Bluetooth 4.2.

The 9.7-inch iPad retails for $329 for the 32GB Wi-Fi model, thereby making it the...

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05:12
T-Mobile adds iPhone AppleCare+ services to Jump,...




T-Mobile has added AppleCare services to members subscribing to its extra-cost Premium Device Protection or Jump upgrade programs, allowing for $29 screen repairs.

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05:12
Nokia seeking access to Samsung documents to aid its...

The back-and-forth patent lawsuits between Apple and Nokia could be about to get more interesting. Nokia is seeking access to documents from Samsung’s patent battles with Apple to assist its own case.

Apple sued Nokia last year, claiming that the company had deliberately excluded some patents from an agreement between the two companies, subsequently transferring five of them to a patent troll which unsuccessfully tried to extort $100M from the Cupertino company. Apple seemingly filed the lawsuit in an attempt to head off any further such attempts …

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05:00
Congress moves forward with anti-Internet-privacy...

Make of this what you will.

The United States Senate The US Senate has voted to overturn Internet privacy rules introduced last year by the FCC. In addition, the overturned vote works to prevent the FCC from passing any further such rules in the future.

Via the notes:

Congress disapproves the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services” (81 Fed. Reg. 87274 (December 2, 2016)), and such rule shall have no force or effect.

The issue will go to a second vote, this time by the House of Representatives, and will become law if approved there.

If passed, the new law allows for Internet Service Providers to sell your browsing history and locations to advertisers, who will be able to use this information for targeted advertisers. Customers would also lose the right to opt out of this form of data sharing.

It’s also been noted that the...

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05:00
Apple considers Apple Watch bands with added...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20170084133) for “indicators for wearable electronic devices” that show the company is at least considering future bands for the Apple Watch that do more than attach the wearable device to your wrist.

Such a watch could provide band medical reminders, medical notifications, health information, health recommendations, activity information, biometric information, physiological information, and more. It could also convey info about the progress or status of an activity monitored by or performed by the Apple Watch such as: a percentage completion of a local or remote file download; a remaining local or remote playback time of a media file; a remaining distance to a destination; a remaining capacity of a local or remote battery; a number or percent of unread, unwatched, or unheard messages; and so on.

According to the patent filing, an Apple Watch band has an indicator with a variably and/or progressively illuminable portion. The...

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04:33
iPad bomb plot reportedly one factor in laptop...

The decision taken by the US and UK governments to ban laptops and tablets from hand baggage on some flights was in part prompted by a plot to use a fake iPad as a bomb, reports the Guardian.

The ban – affecting flights to and from a number of predominantly Middle Eastern and North African countries – came into effect over the weekend. The US Department of Homeland Security had previously said it was the result of terrorists seeking ‘innovative methods’ to attack planes, and it has now been revealed that the iPad plot was one of these …

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04:30
How to add several songs to a playlist in iTunes on...

Adding individual songs to a playlist in iTunes on macOS Sierra is a pain. Thankfully, you can add several songs at once. Here’s how:

  • Open iTunes and select Songs view under the Library tab.
  • Pick your first song.
  • Hold down Shift while highlighting the last song you want to add to select a bunch of songs in a row. Hold down Command to select individual songs that aren’t in a row.
  • Control-Click on one of the highlighted songs.
  • Choose Add To Playlist, followed by the playlist you want — or select New Playlist if you're creating a, well, new playlist.

Your tunes are now added to the playlist you chose.

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04:20
TSMC gearing up for 'A11' chip production...




Apple chip partner TSMC is said to begin volume production of the "A11" processor in April, with production of 50 million of the chips before July, according to a recent report.

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04:01
UK government says Apple ‘cannot get away with’...

British Home Secretary Amber Rudd – in charge of police policy in the UK – has told the BBC that Apple ‘cannot get away with’ apps that offer unbreakable encryption following last week’s terrorist attack in London.

Rudd was speaking after it was revealed that Khalid Masood accessed WhatsApp two minutes before ploughing through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge in a rented car, killing three of them, before fatally stabbing a police officer guarding the Houses of Parliament.

She described end-to-end encrypted messaging as used by WhatsApp and Apple’s Messages app as ‘completely unacceptable’ …

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04:00
DJs (and would-be DJs) will appreciate DJYRO for the...

By Aaron Lee

The DJYRO, combined with an app available through the Apple App Store is a $29.99 DJ turntable and spinning smartphone holder that DJs will love. 

By placing their phone into the smartphone holder of the disk-shaped DJYRO, DJs can spin their music into a jam party. Using the built-in motion sensors of smartphones, the DJYRO lets you transform music being played from your smartphone into the sounds heard at DJ-hosted clubs and parties.

Using the DJYRO's app, anyone can record their own voices, videos, or sound effects to be played backwards or forwards at any speed. It also contains a library of pre-loaded sounds and videos, and offers users the capability to scratch, mix, and sample on top of any music stored on their smartphone.

The DJYRO provides more than just DJ music. Through the use of its built-in fiber optics and the smartphone's own LED flashlight, the DJYRO...

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03:48
TSMC to start mass production of Apple A11 chip in...

Although the iPhone 8 (and iPhone 7s counterparts) are not expected until the fall, Apple suppliers have to ramp production months in advance to secure the millions of parts necessary for the launch. Economic Daily News is today reporting that TSMC will begin mass production of the Apple A11 SoC, which will power the 2017 iPhones, in April.

The chip inside the iPhone 7 is the Apple A10 Fusion, which includes two high-power cores and two lower-power cores. The design of the A11 chip is unknown but the report says it is fabricated using a 10 nanometer process ..

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03:34
New $329 2017 Apple iPad with A9 processor now...




The first batch of 2017 iPads ordered on Friday have shipped from Apple's warehouses, with recipients getting arrival notifications for as soon as March 30.

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02:27
India’s government looks at ways to accommodate tax...

India’s government is working on certain options to accommodate demands related to tax and duty concessions sought by Apple for setting up a manufacturing unit in India, reports Asian Age.

Although the Finance Ministry has apparently rejected the demands of the tech giant, senior executives of the company met an inter-ministerial group recently to deliberate upon the issue, the article adds. Unnamed sources told Asian Age that India’s government is trying to find ways through which certain support measures could be extended to the American firm.

Getting a foothold in India has been a challenge for Apple. The company has opened its retail stores in a number of countries around the world, but not in India. The country has restrictive real estate investment laws for foreign companies.

What’s more, India’s Finance and...

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18:52
How Drake and Apple Music broke streaming records...

Those are incredible numbers.

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15:43
EagleFiler 1.7.5

Adjusts behavior of some commands and keyboard shortcuts for improved consistency with the Finder. ($40 new, free update, 18.0 MB)

 

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Logic Pros Review: Elektron’s hardware Analog Heat...

Elektron is well known for its innovative hardware instruments like Octatrack, Analog Rtym/Keys and more. But today we are looking at the new Analog Heat Stereo Processing unit. The company has brought much of its forward-thinking sensibilities to an otherwise non-remarkable product category here: outboard analog effects. These and similar...

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10:56
'StarCraft: Remastered' upgrades a real-...

Blizzard is legendary for keeping old games alive, but it's going the extra mile this time around. The studio has unveiled StarCraft: Remastered, an overhaul that drags the 1998 real-time strategy game (including the Brood War expansion) into the mo...

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10:49
T-Mobile now lists complimentary AppleCare+ perks as...

T-Mobile appears to now be including complimentary AppleCare services similar to what’s offered with AppleCare+ as part of its Jump upgrade program. The new support hasn’t been announced yet, but an update to the company’s webpage was spotted showing that the two premium Jump plans are now listed as including AppleCare services for those who have a new eligible device (via njtechreviews).

The Apple Care services are now offered to customers at no additional cost on the two $12/month Jump plans that include T-mobile’s own Premium Device Protection services:

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09:52
EduTech: How to easily find and apply for...

EduTech is a 9to5Mac weekly series that focuses on technology’s application in education, lower and higher level, both for productivity and enjoyment. If you have suggestions for topics or specific questions you’d like to see answered, feel free to let me know. Catch up on past installments here

One of the more daunting tasks leading up to college is thinking of how to best pay for it and how to get the best deal possible. Some students are lucky and qualify for scholarships from the university their attending, while others are forced to look elsewhere for scholarship money.

Either way, scholarships can be a huge help when it comes to bearing the burden of a college education. In this week’s EduTech, we’re going to take a look at the best iOS apps for tracking scholarships…

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09:40
Are You Secure with Your Security? – Mac Geek Gab 650

Security is on the brain this week! Learn how to secure your iCloud account and also learn how to secure your entire home network from your ISP’s prying eyes! Dave and John also help you determine what devices and processes are using your network, and what the difference is between WPA2 Personal and Enterprise. All of this and more in this week’s Mac Geek Gab. Press play and enjoy!


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09:30
The best hair dryer

By Shannon Palus

This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. R...

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08:00
After Math: Money, monie, moné

It's been a stellar week for sales. Under Armor has a new 3D printed sneaker coming out, Adidas will knit you a sweater in 4 hours or less and Twitter is could soon be hawking premium Tweetdeck accounts. Numbers, because something something dollar bi...

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07:26
Apple Music execs say Beats 1 is ‘the biggest radio...

Last week, it was reported that Drake’s latest project was streamed 89.9 million times in its first 24 hours of availability on Apple Music, a number that bested Spotify by nearly 30 million despite Spotify’s larger user base.

Now, Apple Music executives Jimmy Iovine, Robert Kondrk, and Zane Lowe have sat down with The Verge to offer up more details on Apple’s work with Drake, as well as Beats 1 as a whole.

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