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Get 10% off Zizo cases for Apple’s new iPhone 8...

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ShotBox by Josh Parnham

Daniel Jalkut was asking on Twitter about screenshot apps.

Skitch for Mac seems possibly abandoned, and has become very buggy in 10.13. What are folks’ favorite Mac screenshot tools these days?

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) October 4, 2017

He got a bunch of responses for many different apps. Macfixer suggested one I hadn’t heard about:

I’ve been using ShotBox recently, it’s totally a “duh, why didn’t I think of that?” kind of app:

— macfixer (@macfixer) October 4, 2017

So I...

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Apple releases watchOS 4.0.1 with fix for LTE/Wi-Fi...

A widely publicized bug that shipped with the new Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular has been addressed with a new software update, in the form of watchOS 4.0.1, which should improve the reliability of LTE cellular connections without an iPhone nearby.

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Google Pixel Buds have limited iOS functionality,...

As part of its Wednesday release event, Google announced the Bluetooth wireless Pixel Buds -- however, the ability to invoke the Google Assistant at a touch doesn't work at all on iPhone, and a translate function narrows compatibility further to only the Pixel phone.

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Why Google Maps is better than Apple Maps

I can’t disagree. I did the same iOS search for “Pubs near me” in Apple Maps, Waze and Google Maps. Apple Maps found none within two kilometers, Waze found three and Google Maps found all four.

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Apple releases watchOS 4.0.1 w/ fix for LTE...

Apple today has released watchOS 4.0.1 to Apple Watch users. The update comes two weeks following the release of watchOS 4. The update is available now to Apple Watch users and specifically contains a fix for cellular Series 3 models…


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Google announces $49 Google Home Mini to compete...

The introduction couldn't have come soon enough to counter Amazon's smart home momentum.

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Google Pixel 2

Today, along with a new family of hardware products [link], we’re introducing Google Pixel 2. We want you to be able to ask even more from your phone—so we’re giving you the highest-rated camera ever that helps you take great pictures and interact with the world around you, all-day battery life, and an Assistant that understands you better and helps you get more done.

I’m not sure about Google’s camera claims, but features like Google Lens sound interesting.

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BuildZoom article outlines costs, details of Apple...

Apple Park, the new headquarters of Apple in Cupertino, California, is an pricey project. The final price tag for the new campus has been estimated at near $5 billion, and now BuildZoom has captured information from building permits that shows the costs of each of the major buildings on the site.

Image via BuildZoom.

As you'd expect, the circular "spaceship" main building is the most expensive part of the facility, weighing in at $427,570,867. The Steve Jobs Theater has been described by most attendees at the September 12 product reveal as a "perfect" building, and the cost of the structure shows why. The 1,000-seat theater, lobby and hands-on area cost $179,437,885 -- the second most costly part of Apple Park.

Employees can enjoy the fitness center, which at $16,731,000 is...

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Google Home Mini and Google Home Max

Today, we’re welcoming two new products to the Google Home family: Google Home Mini is small and mighty for hands-free help in every room. And Google Home Max is our biggest and best-sounding Google Home ever. They’re both radically helpful, and packed with the power of the Google Assistant, including some brand new features.

I haven’t seen or used either of these products, so I’ll reserve judgement. I have seen and listened to Apple’s HomePod and I know how good it sounds for music. There’s still a lot of questions to be answered with the HomePod, but I think I’ll wait until it’s released.

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External Link: Yahoo: All 3 Billion Accounts...

Remember how Yahoo was hacked back in 2013? And how, in December 2016, the company said that 1 billion accounts had been compromised? Well, that turns out to have been an understatement. Yahoo is now admitting that every single one of the company’s 3 billion accounts was hacked. Word on the street is that the best response isn’t to delete your account, since it will eventually be recycled and could potentially be used against you. Instead, it’s better to change your password to something unique and enable two-factor authentication (which Yahoo calls Account Key). And if you ever used your Yahoo password on other Web sites, be sure to give them new, unique passwords too!


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Google's $649 5" Pixel 2, $849 6"...

Google's second-generation Pixel smartphones, geared to compete with Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone X, boast a new squeeze feature, where users can invoke the handset's assistant by applying pressure to the handset's bezels. And in a growing trend established by Apple's iPhone 7, the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL do not have a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack.

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Roundup: Google announces Home Mini & Max...

Google is today hosting a press event where the company is unveiling its latest generation of Google Home, Android and Chrome OS devices, including updates to its Pixel phones and a new Pixelbook convertible Chromebook.


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Camera+ 10 is released, adds depth editing, "...

Of all of the camera apps on the App Store, probably none has been around longer or been used as much as Camera+ ($2.99). The app, which boasts over 10 million users, has been developed by LateNiteSoft for a while, and the company has now taken over marketing of Camera+ from Taptaptap. Camera+ 10 is a major update that was released today, adding a pile of features to what was already a powerful app.

To begin with, Camera+ now takes advantage of the depth information that's available from dual-lens iPhones like the iPhone 7 and 8. The developer has added support for that depth information to most of the editing tools in "The Lab". A photo taken in Depth Mode -- what LateNiteSoft calls Apple's "Portrait Mode" -- can be edited based on depth. For example, a foreground item can be saturated with color, with the background being desaturated. The result? More emphasis on the foreground item....

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Apple removes Dice Games, Educational Games, and...

Apple has today announced that it is removing the Catalogs category, as well as the Educational and Dice subcategory (under Games) from the App Store.

Apple has sent out emails to developers who are affected by this change, those that have apps currently listed under the Catalogs category or Dice subcategory.


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Google announces $999 Pixelbook touchscreen hybrid...

With a 12-inch touchscreen, convertible form factor, optional stylus input, and integration with Google Assistant, the new Google Pixelbook hopes to compete with both Apple's MacBook and iPad Pro lineups.

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Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite is $90 for Prime...

Fall has just begun, meaning frigid weekends and evenings will be upon us—a.k.a. the perfect time for curling up with a good ebook. If you’re a Prime Member, you can currently grab the ad-supported Wi-Fi-only Kindle Paperwhite for $90. This device is usually $120 and is the same price Amazon offered during Prime Day in July.

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Sonos One, Alexa, Google Assistant, and AirPlay

When it comes to multi-room audio, Sonos is still the gold standard. But the company has lagged behind on the smart speaker revolution, promising only that integration with assistants like Amazon’s Alexa would come in due time.

There is a ton of good news from Sonos today.

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$399 Google Home Max with SmartSound takes aim at...

In addition to its budget-priced $49 Google Home Mini, the search giant also introduced a push to the premium end of the speaker market, unveiling the $399 Google Home Max with speakers 20 times more powerful than the regular Home.

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Apple confirms overhauled Century City store coming...

Apple has validated recent rumors by announcing an updated store for Los Angeles's Westfield Century City mall, located on Santa Monica Boulevard.

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EU takes Ireland to court over Apple taxes

The European Commission said on Wednesday it was taking Ireland to the European Court of Justice for its failure to recover up to 13 billion euros ($15.3 billion) of tax due from Apple Inc, a move labeled as “regrettable” by Dublin.

Both Apple and Ireland are appealing the ruling that any money is owed, so this seems a bit heavy-handed by the EU.

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Report breaks down cost of $5B Apple Park, $427M...

Last month at Apple’s September event we got our best look yet at Apple Park, and particularly the Steve Jobs Theater. While it’s been known for a long time that Apple’s amazing new campus was estimated to cost $5 billion, BuildZoom was able to get its hands on building permits and has detailed the cost each building at Apple Park.


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Google Home Mini offers affordable voice assistant,...

Google on Wednesday unveiled a smaller, more affordable version of its Home speaker and assistant, dubbed the Google Home Mini, set to launch in stores on Oct. 19 for $49.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro $1,...

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Sonos reveals Sonos One, an Alexa-enabled speaker...

The Sonos One won’t be exclusive to Alexa, the speaker will incorporate Google Assistant in 2018.

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News: Sonos bringing AirPlay 2 support to its...

Sonos has announced it will bring support for Apple’s AirPlay 2 standard to its speakers next year, allowing users to control the devices with HomeKit or Siri. AirPlay 2 integration will allow voice control of music in addition to providing the ability to listen to the audio from videos, apps and games through the speakers. The company also debuted its new Sonos One speaker ($199) during the event — the company’s first speaker with…

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Netflix's free 'Stranger Things: The Game...

With a retro art design harkening back to the heyday of console gaming, the new and free "Stranger Things: The Game" leans heavily on nostalgia, just like the blockbuster series on which it is based.

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Sonos debuts One smartspeaker with Amazon Alexa,...

Sonos on Wednesday launched the $199 Sonos One, a smartspeaker with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, as well as support for Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Assistant coming in 2018.

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News: Apple Store begins selling AR teddy bear

Apple has become the exclusive retailer for toy startup Seedling’s Parker the Bear, an ordinary looking teddy bear that has some serious augmented reality capabilities when paired with the companion app. Parker comes with his own backpack, doctor’s kit and X-ray bibs that produce AR responses in the free app, relying on an iOS 11-equipped device to produce fun effects instead of electronics built into the toy itself. Exams will display…

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Inside the most exclusive high-powered rocketry...

I never played with model rockets as a kid but this would be a “blast” to attend.

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Sonos unveils new ‘One’ wireless speaker with Alexa...

In addition to promising AirPlay 2 support next year, Sonos has unveiled its latest wireless speaker: the Sonos One. The new model replaces the Sonos Play:1 in the lineup at the $199 level with models available in both white and now black. Sonos One is the company’s first wireless speaker with built-in voice control.


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194 photo editing tools and apps you should know

This is a great list with a wide variety of free and paid apps.

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News: Lifx debuts new HomeKit-enabled Beam lighting...

For smart home device users looking for a more unique lighting solution than the typical connected bulb, Lifx has revealed its Beam lighting system ($200). Each kit comes with six beams, one corner piece, and a power pack, allowing users to build themselves an illuminated right angle on any wall. Each beam can reproduce 16 million different colors and has 10 “blended light zones,” allowing for some serious control to create a variety of…

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Apple used Samsung to push for South Korean legal...

An unnamed Apple executive -- possibly Chief Executive Tim Cook -- allegedly asked Samsung to pressure South Korean antitrust regulators into intensifying their investigation into Qualcomm, with the ultimate goal of reducing royalty payments, according to Qualcomm court filings unearthed on Wednesday.

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AWT TV Episode 23: October 3, 2017

Welcome to AWT TV, a weekly show featuring Steve Sande, Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards of Apple World Today. Each week we'll discuss what's happened in the world of Apple, talk about new apps and accessories, maybe even have a demonstration or two of the latest software.  

Starting off tonight's episode, Steve apologizes for spacing out last week's episode... that's the problem with getting old. :-)  

But the big discussions have to do with several new Apple products. Marty starts off with the Apple TV 4K, which he bought...and returned. The device works well with Apple content, but as he noted, it had a tendency to take other content at lower resolutions and do a poor job of upscaling it to 4K, making the images almost unwatchable. 

Steve discussed the Apple Watch Series 3, which (if you've read his online review) is a solid improvement over the original Apple Watch. We discuss the cellular capabilities of the watch, the speed of it, and the incredible...

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Tips and Tricks: Ten Safari long-press shortcuts for...

Safari for iPhone and iPad is an incredibly capable mobile web browser despite its simple, straightforward user interface. It is the browser of choice on iOS — in large part because it is the one pre-installed — but very few people know everything you can do with Safari.

Much of Safari’s advanced functionality is hidden behind ‘secret’ long-press gestures that you can’t really know about unless you try randomly … or someone tells you. We’ve rounded up all the Safari long press tips and tricks below, so you can take advantage of all the different shortcuts and features it offers.


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Sonos announces support for Apple's AirPlay 2...

Speaker maker Sonos on Wednesday announced that it will create an open platform, not only giving any music services access to its hardware, but also integrating with Apple's forthcoming AirPlay 2 wireless standard.

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Sonos says AirPlay 2 and Siri control coming next...

Sonos officially announced plans to work with Apple’s new AirPlay 2 wireless music playback feature with Sonos wireless speakers. Apple unveiled AirPlay 2 back at WWDC in June as an iOS 11 feature that will work with the HomePod, new Beats speakers, and third-party products.


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News: Apple employees reportedly testing out Apple...

Some of Apple’s corporate employees in the U.S. are testing Apple Pay Cash on iOS 11.1, MacRumors reports. A source claims Apple’s workers have been using the direct money transfer system after downloading iOS 11.1, installing an added beta profile and then getting their Apple IDs whitelisted by the company. The process only works when both users have the proper permissions, and attempts to send money to those outside the loop result in…

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The amazing story of an emerging GIF empire

Nicole Laporte, Fast Company, on GIFs and the Emmys:

Then came the night’s biggest, and most controversial, moment: Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer rolled a faux presidential podium onto the stage to deliver a send-up of his infamous “largest audience” speech he gave the day after President Trump’s inauguration. Immediately, the Giphy crew began to splice the scene into GIF form. Part of Giphy’s genius lies in not posting the obvious clip, so Spicer himself wasn’t of much interest. Rather, they surveyed the sea of shocked and bewildered faces in the audience, looking for gold. They found it in Veep‘s Anna Chlumsky, her entire body contorted into an OMG expression—eyes bulging, neck veins popping—as she craned out of her seat for a better view of the strange performance. Within minutes, the editors had the three-second clip uploaded onto Giphy. It began to trend almost immediately. A week after the show, it’d been viewed more than 13 million times.


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Inside iOS 11: Apple makes it easier than ever to...

In Apple's newly released iOS 11, people needing a quick way of freeing up space on an iPhone or iPad can receive suggested options that can give more storage on your device, often immediately.

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Inspiration: Leaving your full time job to become an...

John Voorhees just celebrated a major milestone in his life. He left his full time job as a lawyer to dedicated himself to his indie empire, as a developer, podcaster, and blogger. If you’ve ever had similar thoughts, this is an inspirational read.

One tiny nugget, where John talks about that moment when his app got Federico Viticci’s attention:

As the end of 2014 approached, I made a mad dash to finish Blink. By this point, I had managed to get Federico’s attention when I’d posted a late-night teaser video on Twitter of my URL schemes in action. Five minutes later, he sent me a direct message:

And Federico’s response:

Oh man, wow. Please make this universal and let me in the beta as soon as possible! ❤

@viticci November 5, 2014

This is a wonderful read. I have to say, stories like this make me really glad to be a part of this particular community.


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News: Apple releases iOS 11.0.2 with fix for iPhone...

Apple has released iOS 11.0.2, which fixes a bug that caused crackling sounds in the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus earpieces during calls. The update also sorts out an issue that was causing the devices to hide photos and fixed the problem causing attachments in encrypted emails not to open....

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MLB pilot program uses iPhone and Apple Watch for...

Fitz Tepper, TechCrunch:

Today the MLB announced that the Oakland Athletics are piloting a new NFC ticketing solution which lets fans enter the stadium by tapping their phone (or Apple Watch) to a ticket scanner – just like you’d do to use Apple Pay.


The pilot lasted for a six-game homestand starting Sept. 22nd after iOS 11 launched, and was the first time a professional sports event supported contactless tickets in Apple Wallet.

This is big for Apple Pay, Apple Watch, and Apple Wallet. I’d expect this to roll out to more, if not all teams next season. Just a matter of time before this moves to other sports, as well.

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3 billion Yahoo accounts hacked: 5 things you should...

If you were one of the 3 billion people with a Yahoo account in 2013, it was hacked. Here's how to stay safe.

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Smart profile of Apple’s commitment to silicon

Horace Dediu, Asymco:

The Apple A11 Bionic processor has 4.3 billion transistors, six cores and an Apple custom GPU using a 10nm FinFET technology. Its performance appears to be almost double that of competitors and in some benchmarks exceeds the performance of current laptop PCs.


Apple has come to the point where is dominates the processor space. But they have not stopped at processors. The effort now spans all manners of silicon including controllers for displays, storage, sensors and batteries. The S series in the Apple Watch the haptic T series in the MacBook, the wireless W series in AirPods are ongoing efforts. The GPU was conquered in the past year. Litigation with Qualcomm suggests the communications stack is next.

A name you’ll be hearing more and more of is the person who runs this silicon engineering effort for Apple, Johny Srouji. This is a great read.


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Who is planning to buy which new iPhones?

Joe Rossignol, MacRumors:

Of the 832 individuals surveyed, 28 percent said they plan to purchase iPhone X as their next smartphone. An additional 20 percent of respondents said they intend to buy iPhone 8 Plus, while 17 percent will go for iPhone 8.

Lots of intent numbers to process. Small survey size, but not hard to see this as representative.

Interesting to see how many people have their eye on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

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Laurene Powell Jobs buying big stake in Wizards,...

Washington Post:

Laurene Powell Jobs, a billionaire philanthropist, entrepreneur and president of the Emerson Collective, is buying a significant stake in Monumental Sports & Entertainment, a sprawling $2.5 billion complex that includes the NBA Wizards, NHL Capitals and Capital One Arena, people familiar with the deal said.


Through her sizable investment, Powell Jobs instantly commands an influential position in the male-dominated ownership circles of the “Big Four” professional sports leagues. Very few women’s names stand atop the ownership list of the NBA’s 30 franchises: Jeanie Buss of the Los Angeles Lakers, Ann Walton Kroenke of the Denver Nuggets and Gail Miller of the Utah Jazz.


Powell Jobs, 53, is one of the wealthiest women in the world, estimated to be worth about $20 billion. Much of that comes from her stock in Apple, the iconic company co-founded by her late husband Steve Jobs, who died in 2011. She also owns 4 percent...

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European Commission takes Ireland to court for...

Confirming an earlier report, the European Commission on Wednesday said it will bring Ireland to the European Court of Justice for failing to collect at least $15 billion in back taxes from Apple, which were originally due Jan. 3.

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Adobe introduces Photoshop and Premiere Elements...

Adobe today announced a new release of its Elements family of software packed with new tools that will enhance existing photo and video workflows and make previously complex editing features more accessible. Elements has always offered easier photo and video organization, editing, and sharing than its pro-level counterparts, but for the 2018 release, Adobe has streamlined the applications and built the software around a more modern digital lifestyle.


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Deal! Get a lifetime of 1TB Instant Vault and 1TB...

Are you spending too much for cloud storage? Does that $9.99 monthly iCloud fee for 1TB of storage make you angry? Here's a deal worth cheering about; get a lifetime of 1TB Instant Vault storage and 1TB of archival Cold Storage from Zoolz for $49.99.

That's right - for less than five months worth of iCloud storage payments, you're set up for life with twice the storage on Zoolz, the company that TopTenReviews named the Number One Best Business Cloud Storage Service! Zoolz is built on Amazon AWS infrastructure for speed and security.

Instant Vault storage is the cloud storage you need access to immediately, while Cold Storage is a safe place to store massive amounts...

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Adobe debuts Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2018...

Adobe on Wednesday issued the latest versions of its consumer level photo and video editing software, Photoshop Elements 2018 and Premiere Elements 2018, with a slew of fresh features, many of which are powered by all-new content intelligence capabilities.

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News: Daily Deal: KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart...

In our iLounge Deal for today, we’re offering the KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location for only $59.99. Enhanced with integrated Tile Smart Location, this handy little accessory allows you to say goodbye to annoying and bulky key rings, allowing you to keep your keys organized in a single convenient, compact, and lightweight holder, allowing you to store twice the keys in half the space, with room for up to 10 keys, including extra long and…

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External Link: Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with...

On the site Tedium, which promises to surface "stories that maybe fell through the cracks of time," editor Ernie Smith writes about Eudora, the much-missed email app of yesteryear. There's nothing new here, of course, since Eudora was ofifically discontinued over a decade ago, but it's still nice to see acknowledgement of how popular and important Eudora was in this "here today, gone tomorrow" Internet era. Our article about converting email away from Eudora is quoted, and Steve Dorner himself even makes a cameo appearance in the comments.


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Verizon reveals that all 3 billion existing Yahoo...

If you had a Yahoo account in 2013, there’s a 100 percent chance that you were hacked.

Yahoo’s parent company has revealed that the massive data breach that occurred in August of 2013 affective all three billion Yahoo accounts that existed at the time.

Previously, Yahoo said the hack affected 1 billion accounts, or a third of all accounts. Verizon now says new intelligence suggests the attack was much larger, compromising all Yahoo accounts in 2013.

Following Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo, Verizon received new intelligence and now believes, following an investigation, with the assistance of outside forensic experts, that all Yahoo user accounts were affected by the August 2013 theft.

Information stolen from the accounts included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, hashed passwords, and both encrypted and unencrypted security questions and answers. Clear text passwords, bank account information, and credit/debit card information...

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These are the latest Apple Pay banks and credit...

New banks and credit unions across the US and Canada have joined Apple’s list of participating partners as part of the first expansion of Apple Pay for October. Check out the latest Apple Pay banks below:


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Alfred 3.5

Adds a new Bookmarks feature that indexes and searches bookmarks from Safari and Google, and ensures compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. (£17 new, free update, 2.7 MB)


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Apple patent filing is for 3D user interface effects...

Future iOS and macOS devices could sport a 3D interface — or at least an interface with three-dimensional elements. The company has filed for a patent (number 9,778,815) for “three dimensional users interface effects on a display.”

Here’s Apple’s summary of the patent: “The techniques disclosed herein may use various sensors to infer a frame of reference for a hand-held device. In fact, with various inertial clues from accelerometer, gyrometer, and other instruments that report their states in real time, it is possible to track a Frenet frame of the device in real time to provide an instantaneous (or continuous) 3D frame-of-reference. In addition to--or in place of--calculating this instantaneous (or continuous) frame of reference, the position of a user's head may either be inferred or calculated directly by using one or more of a device's optical sensors, e.g., an optical camera, infrared camera, laser, etc. With knowledge of the 3D frame-of-reference for the display and/...

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Apple SVP Bruce Sewell interview details clash with...

A new report from Bloomberg goes into detail about how relations between Apple and Qualcomm soured so quickly, after years of collaboration, featuring quotes from Qualcomm executives and excerpts from a new interview with Apple SVP Bruce Sewell.

Sewell points out that the Qualcomm modem inside an iPhone costs Apple about $18. In addition, Apple has to pay 5 percent of the phone’s sale price. It is that royalty that Apple deems exorbitant and unfair.


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How to manually implement Do Not Disturb mode in iOS...

The Do Not Disturb feature of iOS usually kicks in automatically, but you can set it manually. The feature is designed to help users stay more focused while they’re behind the wheel of an automobile. 

Do Not Disturb limits notifications on demand or during a schedule you set up. Along with limiting or muting notifications, it can also reply to contacts who send you messages while you're driving, giving them a heads-up that you're on the road.

  • To set up Do Not Disturb manually:
  • Open the Settings app.
  • Tap Do Not Disturb.
  • Scroll down to "Do Not Disturb While Driving.”
  • Tap on "Activate" to choose how you want Do Not Disturb While Driving to be turned on. If you don't want to use Do Not Disturb While Driving, set it to manual.
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Uber agrees to limit the power of its former CEO

Uber's board members got together to vote on some big changes that will allow a significant investment to push through. In a statement, the ride-hailing firm said that the board "voted unanimously to move forward with the proposed investment by SoftB...

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AKVIS Points for the Mac lets you turn images into...

AKVIS 's AKVIS Points for macOS lets you easily convert images into pointillism paintings. This painting technique is characterized by applying of separate brush strokes in the form of dots or spots.

A complex hue is decomposed into individual colors, which are displayed on the canvas as dotted strokes, small dabs of paint of pure color. The optical mixing of these dots provides a visual perception of an entire painting.

With the AKVIS Points software you can make paintings in the style of Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. The software includes ready-to-use presets for the pointillism effect which help you start working. It's possible to create your own presets by saving your favorite photo-to-painting settings.

The program offers the choice between a flat paper and a rough surface that makes the impression even more vivid. It's also possible to add a signature, an inscription, or a copyright...

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Stranger Things launches free iPhone and iPad game...

Netflix original hit ‘Stranger Things’ will premier its second season later this month, on October 27. To build up hype, Netflix has released a free RPG-style Stranger Things game on iPhone and iPad that actually looks pretty fun to play.


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Notable apps and app updates for Oct. 3, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Sensible Objects has unleashed Beasts of Balance. It’s an augmented reality stacking game in which players take on the role of Divine Creators, playing solo or with friends, to build worlds and reach high scores by stacking magical “Artefacts” into towers. Everything added to the tower interacts with a world that evolves on a wirelessly connected digital device. To succeed, players have to keep their tower and the ecosystem of their world in balance, stacking all 24 pieces and caring for the virtual beasts they create.

macOS Apps/Updates


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European Commission is taking Ireland to court as...

In August last year, the European Commission ruled that Ireland must recover 13 billion euros ($15bn) in unpaid taxes from Apple, ruling the ‘special deal’ illegal. Both Apple and Ireland are appealing the rulings although Ireland did say it would collect the money begrudgingly in the meantime.

Apparently. that didn’t happen. Today, the Commission said that Ireland has still not received the money from Apple and is now taking legal action to pursue.


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Apple changes the definition of ‘on’ and ‘off’ in...

During the iOS 11 beta I noticed a strange bug: I’d turn off Wi–Fi in Control Center and it would turn itself back on. After doing this multiple times, I filed a bug. Turns out that it wasn’t a bug, it was working as intended.

This is problem for me because I turn Wi–Fi off when I leave the office so that my iPhone won’t try to connect to the building’s Wi–Fi (or that of a passing Google bus). When your iPhone can’t connect reliably to Wi-Fi, it leaves the device in a state of limbo and data packets stop flowing.

When I leave the office I flip up Control Center and turn off Wi–Fi. When my iPhone would inevitably stop receiving data, I’d check Wi–Fi and notice that it had been turned back on. It’s Wi–Fi disobedience, essentially.

Rather than giving us a feature that many have requested (3D Touch the Wi–Fi icon and select from available networks) Apple nerfed the feature and made it worse.

Who asked...

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Fantastical 2.4.2

Adds full compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and improves compatibility with some Exchange 2016 servers. ($49.99 new, free update, 14.4 MB)


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Bookends 12.8.4

Fixes an incompatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and a number of other bugs. ($59.99 new, free update, 37.4 MB)


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Apple is exclusive retailer of 'Parker,'...

Children's toy startup Seedling on Tuesday launched Parker the Bear, an Apple store exclusive plush teddy bear that comes to life through iOS augmented reality effects.

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Apple releases iOS 11.0.2 update

You can’t say Apple isn’t quick with its updates.

On Tuesday, Apple released iOS 11.0.2. The update, a 277 megabyte download, offers the following fixes and changes for supported iOS devices:

– Fixes an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus devices.

– Addresses an issue that could cause some photos to become hidden.

– Fixes an issue where attachments in S/MIME encrypted emails would not open.

The iOS 11.0.2 update can be found via the Software Update feature in General Settings or downloaded and installed via iTunes.

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Apple testing Google DoubleClick ad serving in News...

A report this week claims Apple is allowing select publishers to insert ads from Google's DoubleClick For Publishers into News app pages, an unexpected strategy shift that could lead to better monetization options for the iOS content aggregator.

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Snap’s Evan Spiegel touts first year Spectacles...

Speaking at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit this afternoon, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel touted how many units of the Snapchat Spectacles the company has sold. Spiegel said the company has sold around 150,000 of the camera glasses during the first year of availability – a number he’s proud of based on first year iPod sales (via CNBC).


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Google Is Latest Company To Ditch Headphone Jack In...

When launching its original Pixel smartphone, Google mocked the iPhone 7's missing headphone jack in its marketing material. According to Cult of Mac, Google won't be doing the same for the Pixel 2. "The company has decided to remove the aging port from its latest handsets," reports Cult of Mac. "A new leak reveals that the lineup will rely solely on USB-C for wired connectivity." From the report: Incredibly reliable leaker Evan Blass has published pictures and details of Google's upcoming Pixel 2 smartphones on VentureBeat. He has also confirmed that neither device will feature a headphone jack, which means users will have to rely on a USB-C adapter or Bluetooth. It also means Google will no longer be able to put out Pixel ads that take sly swipes at the iPhone's missing port. Blass says both Pixel handsets will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 chipset -- the same one found in the Galaxy S8, the LG V30, and other 2017 flagships -- not a faster Snapdragon 836 processor as originally...

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Apple execs reap more than $19M each in vested stock...

Apple's executive team, including head of retail Angela Ahrendts and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue, on Sunday saw batches of performance based restricted stock unit awards vest, netting each common shares worth more than $19 million.

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AWT News Update: October 3, 2017

Apple Pay Cash, Yahoo data breaches, and the man in the bunny suit are all part of today's AWT News Update podcast:

  • Apple employees are reportedly testing Apple Pay Cash internally in preparation for the public rollout
  • Verizon discloses that the 2013 Yahoo data breach actually affected all accounts
  • Former Intel CEO Paul Otellini, who worked with Steve Jobs to shift Macs to Intel CPUs, has died

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Yahoo says all 3B accounts impacted by 2013 data...

Yahoo in a statement on Tuesday said further investigation into a massive 2013 data breach suggests all 3 billion its user accounts were impacted from the incident, tripling the internet firm's initial estimates.

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PDFKit Improves Somewhat in High Sierra

If your workflow relies on third-party PDF-manipulation apps, High Sierra is an improvement over Sierra, but it may still not have caught up with El Capitan. Luckily, Apple has fixed the bugs in Preview.


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External Link: Philips Adds HomeKit Support to Hue...

In iOS 11, Apple allows device manufacturers to retroactively add HomeKit support to existing home automation devices that rely natively on other standards. Philips is taking advantage of that change and has added HomeKit support to the Hue Smart Tap Switch, Hue Smart Dimmer Switch, and Hue Smart Motion Sensor. HomeKit support does require a second-generation Hue Smart Bridge, but all three of those devices need the Hue Smart Bridge to operate anyway. In theory, you should be able to use these Hue switches and sensors to trigger any other HomeKit device.


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Yahoo now says all 3 billion user accounts were...

Yahoo today has disclosed that the 2013 hack initially thought to have affected 1 billion accounts actually affected all 3 billion of its user accounts. The company made the announcement in a filling with the SEC…


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Apple employees begin testing Apple Pay Cash in iOS...

Apple employees are reportedly testing Apple Pay Cash, the company's take on peer-to-peer payments, as part of an internal evaluation of the service ahead of an anticipated release later this fall.

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Apple employees testing Apple Pay Cash internally w...

Apple Pay Cash was announced back at WWDC over the summer, but the feature wasn’t included when iOS 11 launch to the public last month. Apple has been relatively vague on when the new person-to-person payment platform will launch, but the company is seemingly ramping up internal testing…


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LIFX intros Beam accent lighting compatible with...

LIFX on Tuesday announced the Beam Kit, a new HomeKit-ready lighting package that adds multicolored accents to walls.

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Ikea adds color changing bulb to Tradfri home...

Ikea has made a color-changing light bulb in its Tradfri line more commonly available, potentially giving home automation-minded users a less expensive way to go beyond simple illumination.

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Apple Maps vehicles to start touring Scotland &...

Apple Maps vehicles will begin collecting street-level data in Scotland and Wales for the first time later in October, according to an updated schedule.

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Former Intel CEO Paul Otellini Dies At 66

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Engadget: Paul Otellini, Intel's previous CEO, died in his sleep on Monday, the company announced this morning. He was 66. Otellini served as Intel's fifth chief executive from 2005 through 2013, and leaves behind a legacy of the company's dominance in x86 processors. Notably, he also worked with Apple as it moved away from PowerPC chips and adopted Intel's wares. After retiring in 2013, Otellini revealed one major regret during his tenure: not working hard enough to get Intel's chips in the iPhone. Consequently, Intel mostly missed on the smartphone revolution.

Otellini joined Intel in 1974 and served various roles throughout his career, including chief operating officer from 2003 to 2005. He would go on to spend almost 40 years at the company. He was an intriguing choice as CEO, since he was the company's first non-engineer to hold that role.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ties iPhone 8 Plus in DxOMark...

On its release date, Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus took the the top spot in DxOMark’s rankings for best smartphone camera. Now, the results are in for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus has to share its short-lived title.


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Article: Instant Expert: Secrets & Features of...

It’s been ten years since Apple introduced its first mobile operating system to the world with the original iPhone, and in that time we’ve watched Apple’s touch-based OS grow from its roots as an advanced mobile phone and iPod operating system into an entire ecosystem of third-party apps, cloud services, and spin-off operating systems for wearable devices and set-top boxes. While this fall’s release of iOS 11 doesn’t…

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Why are Apple’s chips faster than Qualcomm’s?

Really interesting (and really geeky) analysis.

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Microsoft partners including Samsung, Dell, Lenovo...

In its push into the virtual and augmented reality market, which the company has branded as "mixed reality," Microsoft is leveraging its army of hardware partners, many of whom are releasing new virtual reality headsets over the next few weeks.

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Winner of the iPhone 8 giveaway announced [Pat Y.]

AppleInsider would like to congratulate Pat Y., winner of our latest giveaway. Pat will receive an unlocked 64GB iPhone 8 in Space Gray and a Presidio Ultra case courtesy of Speck.

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Laurene Powell Jobs buys 20% stake in company that...

Billionaire philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, who is still a significant stakeholder in both Apple and Disney, will enter into the professional sports business, taking a 20 percent share of the company that owns Washington D.C.'s Wizards basketball team and Capitals hockey team.

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LIFX unveils new Beam accent lighting system with...

Just a few days after unveiling its modular Tile lighting panels, LIFX today has unveiled its latest connected lighting system. Dubbed the LIFX Beam, these lights can be arranged in a variety of different shapes on your wall with support for over 16 million colors and integration with your iPhone and HomeKit.


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Chalk is the AR app I’ve been waiting for

This is one of those apps that really show off the upside of AR. I would have loved to have something like this when I did tech support.

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Teachable Machine: An A.I. experiment

Teach a machine using your camera, live in the browser. No coding required.

A new experiment done with Google.

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iOS 11.0.2 is out, fixes some lingering bugs

Apple has just released iOS 11.0.2 for iPhone and iPads. As noted in the update notes seen below, the update:

  • Fixes an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus devices
  • Addresses an issue that could cause some photos to become hidden
  • Fixes an issue where attachments in S/MIME encrypted emails would not open

Personally, I'm hoping it resolves the issue I keep having with using Personal Hotspot...

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One chef’s ingenious solution to phones at the table

I like this idea rather than the mentioned bans or discounts. It also reminds me of the joke: “Want me to put my iPhone down? Be more interesting than my iPhone…”

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The New Yorker: An appreciation of Tom Petty

You’ll be missed, Tom.

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∞ Apple releases iOS 11.0.2 fixing static issues...

Apple on Tuesday released an update to iOS 11, bring ing the current version to iOS 11.0.2. The latest version fixes an issue where some users reported hearing crackling noises during calls, and it also fixed a problem that caused some photos to be hidden.

You can update by going to Settings > General > Software Update on your device.

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How to create a bootable macOS High Sierra installer...

I’ll be installing macOS High Sierra on Thursday and after I back everything up and ensuring I have a good bootable backup drive, I’ll do is this.

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