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Friday March 17

13:00
AWT News Update: March 17, 2017

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Happy St. Patrick's Day. Today we look at ways that Apple is planning on staying "in the green" by expanding sales in two of the planet's most populous countries:

  • Apple will restart sales of iPhones in Indonesia in about two weeks following promises to build an R&D center in Jakarta
  • Over 100 small franchised Apple Authorized Retailer locations are expected to open in India 

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This is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and you’re listening to the AWT News Update for March 17th, 2017. Happy St....

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12:51
Gear: Just Mobile Headstand Avant

Now that the Apple TV directly supports Bluetooth headphones, the only thing you may be missing is somewhere to keep your higher-end cans when you’re not actually sitting in front of the big screen listening to your favourite shows or beats. If this is the case, then Just Mobile has you covered with its new HeadStand Avant. It’s a sleek aluminum stand, precision engineered in the way that Just Mobile has become famous for.

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12:47
Google somehow made Apple’s Live Photos better, with...

We were already fans of Google’s Motion Stills app for iOS, which makes it easier to share Live Photos you shoot on your iPhone 6s or 7.

Shooting, editing, and sharing Live Photos is easier with a Google Motion Stills update rolling out today (which begs the question of why Apple doesn’t offer these tools itself, but aaaaanyway). The marquee feature in this update allows you to choose a new main frame for your Live Photo and then export it back to your Camera Roll. If the default still doesn’t show off your moving image at its best, you can use the Motion Stills new slider tool to examine the Live Photo frame-by-frame and choose a new one.

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12:38
Owners of bricked G4 and V10 phones sue LG

It's been years since LG's G4 and V10 smartphones launched, but the people burned by a flaw that made those devices non-functional haven't forgotten. Four G4 and V10 owners filed a class-action lawsuit against LG earlier this week, alleging that the...

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12:30
How to use Google's Motion Stills app to be...




Google this week updated its Motion Stills app -- which stabilizes Apple's Live Photos, and enables quick creation of GIFs and short movies -- with support for exporting back to the Live Photos format. Here's how to do that and use the app in general.

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12:22
Apple Music recruits new student ‘ambassadors’

Apple Music is trying out influencer marketing.

According to 9to5Mac, Apple Music has created an “Ambassador” program in hopes of promoting the streaming service to young people in the U.K. The Apple Music Ambassadors are college students with an online following who have been recruited to tweet on behalf of the service in exchange for an extension of the free three-month membership and other undisclosed perks. It’s unclear whether Apple will expand this program to other countries, or if it will focus on other demographics beyond college students.

Apple Music Ambassadors are currently encouraging fellow students to activate their free three-month membership to Apple Music. The ambassadors will be expected to tweet three times throughout the campaign, according to the welcome email published on 9to5Mac. In addition, each ambassador has been given a unique affiliate link to track how...

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12:13
LG sweetens its G6 deal with a free TV

LG wants you to take a look at its upcoming G6 smartphone so badly that it's partnered with Sprint and Verizon to offer a fairly ridiculous deal. When you pre-order the G6, each carrier will give you a free big screen TV. That's in addition to the fr...

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12:00
The Week in iOS Apps: Can an app be your friend?...

No new friends

Image by Rob Schultz/Macworld

This week’s roundup includes a couple of artificial intelligence offerings—including an app that says it loves you. Think that’s weird? Read on.

Replika

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11:55
Chance the Rapper declares Apple paid $500K for...




After some criticism about the artist's integrity and independence, Chance the Rapper made a series of tweets and revealed some of the only solid information about what Apple pays for exclusive releases on Apple Music.

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11:49
Focus is key to blending virtual objects with the...

You might remember Avegant for its unusual take on the video headset. The Glyph looked like (and doubled up as) headphone cans but worked pretty well. We called it "a wearable cinema for serious movie fans." Now, the startup is taking on a bigger cha...

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11:44
Chance the Rapper shares how much he made from...

Much has been made about Apple’s efforts to obtain exclusive access to albums from select artists for Apple Music. Thus far, Apple Music has offered albums from artists like Drake, Chance the Rapper, Frank Ocean, and others ahead of other streaming platforms.

In a series of tweets this afternoon, Chance the Rapper offered up more details as to how his partnership with Apple came to be…

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11:33
'iPhone 8' could herald start of Apple...




Computer simulations, and the means to visualize them, could be in the palm of your hand in new and potentially revolutionary ways later this year, if rumors about Apple's forthcoming "iPhone 8" bear fruit.

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11:23
The internet picked a T. rex as one of the new...

Tasking the internet to pick something for you can go horribly awry. Just ask Boaty McBoatface. When board-game maker Hasbro asked for suggestions to update the Monopoly game pieces, it likely didn't expect that the hivemind would pick a trio of, wel...

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11:19
Indonesian iPhone sales to resume on March 31 after...




Apple is on track to resume iPhone sales in Indonesia toward the end of the month, a report said on Friday, following a roughly two-year period during which sourcing requirements kept the device off the local market.

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11:18
Here’s how Apple Watch killed Samsung’s first...

The Apple Watch has notably caused smartwatch efforts by other companies to fail, and a new profile from Fast Company details the impact Apple had on Samsung’s efforts in the category. The report explains that it all started back in 2011, when it was first rumored that Apple had an interest in developing a smartwatch.

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11:08
Everyone is falling for this frighteningly effective...

No, “everyone” isn’t but it is (unfortunately) a very clever phishing scam that can catch the unwary off guard. It also points out the effectiveness of two-factor authentication and password managers like 1Password. They wouldn’t load your password on the phishing site because the fake site URL wouldn’t match the real one in 1Password.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:06
Netflix plans to drop star ratings in favor of like/...

Netflix plans to soon change its current review system from traditional 1-5 star ratings to instead only allow users to like or dislike a film or TV show, but is it the right move?

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11:00
OK, Google: Don't put ads in the Google...

Given how genuinely useful so many of its products are, I sometimes forget that Google is, above all else, an advertising company. The vast majority of Google's money comes from ads, and it has made a business out of finding ways to integrate them in...

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10:53
Apple plans retail expansion in India with over 100...




Apple is planning to grow its presence in India over the next year by expanding the number of Apple Authorized Reseller locations, with the addition of over 100 small stores believed to be a six-fold increase in the number of outlets already in operation in the country.

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10:48
ABC News’ app adds support for multi-stream viewing...

For a news junkie like me, this would be incredibly cool but only if I could choose different news sources. Alas, that’s not yet possible.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:45
Crafty Phishing Technique Can Trick Even Tech-Savvy...


Gmail users recently have been targeted by a sophisticated series of phishing attacks that use emails from a known contact whose account has been compromised. The emails contain an image of an attachment that appears to be legitimate, according to Wordfence. The sophisticated attack displays "accounts.gmail.com" in the browser's location bar and leads users to what appears to be a legitimate Google sign-in page where they are prompted to supply their credentials, which then become compromised.

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10:43
9to5Rewards: Soundcast VG1 Waterproof Bluetooth...

This week’s 9to5Rewards partner is Soundcast and its VG1 waterproof Bluetooth speaker we recently reviewed

The company has two of its new VG1 waterproof Bluetooth speakers (Normally $149) to give away to 9to5Mac and 9to5Google readers this week. 

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10:41
A news app aims to burst filter bubbles by nudging...

One of the dangers of the ability to personalize everything on the internet is that we sequester ourselves in walled gardens. We get information that is not only tailored to our wants and needs but also actively blocks out and ignores even slightly “dissenting” opinion. This app can help combat that.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:35
Amazon nabs 'Moonlight' streaming exclusive

Competition between Amazon Prime Video and Netflix remains fierce. At the moment, both streaming platforms are doing whatever they can to gain an edge. Netflix is scooping up premium content like Dave Chappelle stand-up specials and an unfinished Ors...

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10:26
How Bumble is becoming the connection queen of the...

When Whitney Wolfe founded Bumble, the popular swipe-based dating app where women make the first move, she wasn’t out to start a dating app revolution—she just wanted to create a way to bring accountability to the online dating realm. But the app’s major boom has shown that the dating space needed a different approach.

Now, as the company is in its second year, Bumble is expanding the platform to allow different kinds of connections instead of just romantic ones. Wolfe outlined plans for the app’s future at South by Southwest, including many new features that are just around the corner.

Bumble beginnings
Gari Askew/SXSW

Whitney Wolfe.

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09:47
External Link: Google Home Caught Sneaking Ads into...

File this one under the “That’s just wrong” category. Google Home, the search giant’s smart speaker, has been caught slipping ads for the new “Beauty and the Beast” movie into its virtual assistant responses. On Twitter, user Bryson Meunier posted a video showing Google Home promoting the movie when he asked what his day was going to be like. Google insists that it wasn’t an ad, but a way to call out “timely content.” It seems as though the ads have stopped running — we strongly hope the backlash has quelled similar future experimentation on Google’s part. Smart speakers and virtual assistants are stupid enough as it stands; they won’t succeed if they’re both clueless and venal.

 

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09:46
Germany to use voice recognition to identify refugee...

Germany will soon use voice recognition tech to help figure out exactly where refugees came from, according to Die Welt. Though the number of asylum seekers coming to the nation in 2016 dropped significantly to 280,000 from 890,000 in 2015, there was...

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09:44
Nine Accessories for Charging Apple Devices

Keeping your personal collection of Apple devices charged can be a pain in the posterior, but a host of third-party accessories makes this chore more convenient. Some even solve several charging problems at once. Julio Ojeda-Zapata took a variety of these accessories for a spin.

 

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09:39
∞ St. Patrick’s Day myths and legends

Did you know St. Patrick was “Roman”, not Irish? Or that there’s no such thing as a “Shamrock”? Do you know the Irish (and many of the rest of us) wear green today? Well, prepare to be better informed.

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Dell 28-inch 4K Monitor $300,...

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09:21
The week that was at SXSW 2017

As much as Team Engadget loves Austin, it's time for us to say goodbye to SXSW. This week, we saw some of the latest things happening in tech, art, film and music -- oh, and we also ate a ridiculous amount of BBQ, because that's what you do in Texas....

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09:12
Apple resuming iPhone sales in Indonesia after $44M...

Apple is set to resume iPhone sales in Indonesia in just two weeks, according to a report from KompasTekno. Apple previously sold iPhones in the highly populated country, but sales halted a couple of years ago due to new local requirements.

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09:00
The best powerline networking kit

By Nathan Edwards & Samara Lynn

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to buy The Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions th...

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08:38
ABC News now lets you stream up to four live video...

If you’re a news junkie and want to watch multiple live feeds at the same time, the latest ABC News update has a feature for you. ABC News now lets you watch as many as four live news streams simultaneously from its app. The new feature even works on Apple TV.

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08:30
Apple celebrating indie games this week and in the...

Visiting the iOS App Store this week was a joy for fans of indie games, those created by small-time developers who don't have the millions to invest in advertising campaigns and marketing blitzes. During the week, Apple highlighted indie games in a "Celebrating Indie Games" section, including wonderful games from independent developers such as Monument Valley (one of my personal favorites), the hilariously gory Surgeon Simulator, and the beautiful puzzler Prune. It appears that the focus on indie game developers is set become a permanent fixture on the App Store.

Yesterday, the App Store Games Twitter account announced that the Celebrating Indie...

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08:21
Fix your frayed Apple MagSafe or Lightning cables...




Apple's MagSafe and Lightning cables are notorious for fraying under heavy use. If you want to repair your cable, rather than purchase a replacement, Sugru Moldable Glue could be the solution you've been seeking.

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08:01
Apple adds permanent 'Indie Games' page to...




Apple will continue to highlight independently-produced games in the iOS App Store, with a new permanent 'Indie Games' collection accessible within the store, following after a 12-day promotion used to 'celebrate' the work of smaller game development studios.

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07:11
Netflix is dropping star ratings for a simple thumbs...

Netflix is giving up on five-star ratings for movies and TV shows to go with a simple thumbs up or thumbs down rating.

The new ratings feature is expected to roll out in the coming weeks, the company recently told a group of journalists, as reported by Variety. Any Netflix star ratings you’ve already given will still be used behind the scenes to inform your personalized recommendations. Up front, however, it’ll be all thumbs.

Netflix figures it can get a better response from users via a simple thumbs up or thumbs down choice. In its small scale tests during 2016, subscriber ratings engagements were 200 percent higher for thumbs over stars.

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06:53
Philips expands iOS-connected Hue smart bulbs with...




More than 80 percent of light fittings found in common households are now supported by Philips Hue connected lighting, thanks to the launch of new E14 candle/chandelier-sized sockets, in both multi-color and white ambiance versions.

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06:45
News: Apple announces two more R&D centers in...

Apple has formally announced plans to expand its research and development centres in China, bringing the company’s total investment in R&D in the country to more than 3.5 billion yuan (~$500m). The two new centres announced today in Shanghai and Suzhou will join the centres in Beijing and Shenzhen that Apple announced last summer and last fall, respectively....

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06:29
Philips Hue range being extended to E14 ‘candle’...

Philips has announced that it is extending its range of Hue bulbs, adding an E14/B39 ‘candle’ bulb to fit smaller lamps. This will be added to the E26/A19, bayonet and GU10 fittings.

The new bulbs will be available in both white and color versions, as with the existing range, and will hit Europe in April, reaching the U.S. ‘later this year.’

Philips says that the candle bulbs will be particularly useful for bedside table lamps …

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06:29
Apple launches Apple Music ‘Ambassador’ campaign

As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple has launched an Apple Music “Ambassador” marketing campaign, recruiting students and offering them perks in exchange for promoting its music streaming service and recruiting others in a “Music For Every Minute” promo.

The new effort targets college students specifically and is run by so-called “Apple Music Ambassadors” on Twitter via a third-party marketing company called Social Chain that Apple has apparently hired. Student Ambassadors will share links to Apple Music content on Twitter and be given three months of free Apple Music and “various other perks based on the number of users they recruit,” according to 9to5Mac. Apple Music’s new Ambassador program seems to be limited (for now) to students attending...

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06:14
Patent trollin’: Sovereign Software sues Apple

Soverain Software, a “patent troll,” has filed a complaint against Apple in the Eastern District Court of Texas for alleged infringement of IP relating to Internet-based services. The company claims Apple infringes its data extraction and network management patent portfolio. 

Soverain says it has suffered “monetary damages, and seeks recovery in an amount adequate to compensate for Apple’s infringement, but in no event less than a reasonable royalty for the use made of the invention by Apple together with interest and costs as fixed by the Court.”

A “patent troll” is an individual or an organization that purchases and holds patents for unscrupulous purposes such as stifling competition or launching patent infringement suits. In legal terms, a patent troll is a type of non-practicing entity: someone who holds...

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06:11
Apple Music Ambassador program enlists student...

Apple this week has started a new Apple Music “Ambassador” marketing campaign for its streaming platform, quietly recruiting students and giving them perks in exchange for promoting the service and recruiting others. The new effort targets college students specifically, making them so-called official “Apple Music Ambassadors” on Twitter to promote the service. The program is being run via a third-party marketing company called Social Chain that it appears Apple has hired (Social Chain lists Apple alongside other high-profile clients on its website).

While some specific information is unclear, these Student Ambassadors will share links to Apple Music content on Twitter and be rewarded with 3 months of free Apple Music and various other perks based on the number of users they recruit…

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06:05
Apple shares hit an all-time high

Apple shares hit a record closing high in Nasdaq trading Thursday, reaching $140.69. That beats the company’s previous all-time closing high of $140.46 — which was accomplished earlier this week.

What’s more, a new all-time intraday high of $141.02 was set by Apple yesterday, topping the previous record of $140.75 on March 15. Stocks re-opened today at $140.72. Apple now has a market value of about $738 billion. 

Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty has raised her stock price forecast for Apple from $150 to $154, citing potential strong sales in China when Apple debuts the “iPhone 8” this year. She raised her overall fiscal year 2018 estimates for iPhone sales to 260 million and Apple’s earnings per share to $11.

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06:00
Mrs. Porter’s 2nd grade class survey

This is just too cute for words.

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: iOS Online Courses, Lifetime All...

In our iLounge Deal for today, we’re offering a Lifetime All Access Pass to iOS Online Courses for only $69 — that’s 95% off the regular price. iOS Online Courses is a leading provider of top-notch instruction in iOS game and app development, and with a lifetime pass to their course materials, you’ll always ensure that you’re at the leading edge of the curve in the Apple development world. The library of tutorials is continually…

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06:00
Back by popular demand: 3-pack of 10-ft MFi-...

It's always nice when one of our most popular deals comes back into the Apple World Today Deals Shop. Today, our incredible deal on a 3-pack of 10-ft MFi-Certified Lightning Cables for $20 is back for a limited time.

These cables have been extremely popular for several reasons:

  • With ten feet long cables, you have flexibility in where you can plug in your iOS devices
  • MFi certification ensures that your devices are going to work with the cables for charging and sync
  • Who doesn't need a few spare cables?

As always, this won't last for long! If you missed out on these cables the last time we had them in the Deals Shop, this is your chance. 

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05:59
Apple plans two new R&D centers in China

Apple has announced plans to set up two new R&D centers in China. The hubs will be located in Shanghai and Suzhou, following previous plans to open two centers in Beijing and Shenzhen.

Apple has committed to invest more than 3.5B yuan (approximately $507.1 million) in Chinese research. CEO Tim Cook said the company is keen to attract talented software developers in the cities.

Beijing’s R&D center — expected to be completed this year — has a registered capital of approximately $14.994 million and will hire a total of 500 employees.  It will be located in the Zhongguancun Science Park, a technology hub in the Haidian District of Beijing, China. Apple has R&D centers in a number of countries, including France, Israel, Japan, Sweden and the UK. 

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05:58
∞ Apple adds permanent spot on the App Store just...

Last week, we posted about Apple’s special indie games App Store promotion. Well, looks like that move is permanent:

Love the games we’ve debuted? Starting today, we’ll have a permanent spot on the App Store just for indie games. https://t.co/M7fhi8kU4D pic.twitter.com/d9Nt98EGvw

— App Store Games (@AppStoreGames) March 17, 2017

Nice move, Apple.

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05:58
You can now watch Zane Lowe’s Apple Music keynote at...

We brought you a liveblog of Zane Lowe’s Music keynote speech at SXSW yesterday, and the festival has now uploaded video of the talk to its YouTube channel (below) …

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05:37
Apple to build two new Chinese R&D centers,...




Apple on Friday announced plans to set up two new research centers in China, spending a minimum of 3.5 billion yuan -- $507 million -- on research institutions overall.

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05:30
New navigation app has an awesome feature I’ve...

I can see this app being very useful for me. In a car, you can just call the other vehicle to find out where they are if you lose them. But, as a motorcyclist who often rides with others, an app like this would be a huge assist in allowing us to keep track of each other.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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05:29
How to create a “recent apps” shortcut in your Mac’s...

With a simple terminal command, you can add a “recent apps” icon to your dock. Click the icon and a stack of your recent apps appears. Click an app and away you go. Not a new tip, but little known and definitely useful.

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05:25
∞ Watch Beats 1 Creative Director Zane Lowe give...

[VIDEO] Zane Lowe is the creative force behind Beats 1 Radio. Watch the video embedded in the main Loop post for his SXSW 2017 keynote. If nothing else, click to about 5:48 in to hear Zane talk about his father and his role bringing rock to New Zealand.

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05:19
How the AirPods show Apple’s frustrating and...

Jason Snell, Macworld:

Tap-tapping your earbud and asking your phone out loud to turn the volume up doesn’t seem simple—but would a complex series of gestures really help?

As Jason points out in the quote above, how do you raise and lower the volume in a device with no dedicated volume buttons? A bit of a conundrum. And as the AirPods evolve as a product line, as they become capable of more complex behavior, will Siri be the solution?

Interesting post on the quest for balance between simplicity and complexity.

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05:15
Rumor: Signs of fifth-gen Apple TV noted in...

The first network traffic from what seems to be a fifth-generation Apple TV capable of streaming 4K video has been captured in developer logs. The device is said to be codenamed “J105” and could launch as soon as this year.

Firi Games, the developers behind arcade games Phoenix HD and Phoenix II, stated they have seen a single device identified as “AppleTV6,2” and running “tvOS 11.0” connect to Phoenix HD for Apple TV from the United States in its logs. The IP address falls within a range linked to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino.

The current Apple TV has a model identifier of AppleTV5,3, and Apple TV6,2 does not correspond with any released model.

While this should be taken with a grain of salt, as details can be faked, similar evidence of an iPhone 5s running iOS 7 showed up in January 2013, around nine months before the device was announced. If Apple is following its past history, this could indicate a new Apple TV, as the current generation unit...

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05:12
AppleInsider podcast talks new iPads, wearables, and...




This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Mikey talk about the evidence of new iPads and the rumored event, the concept of removing large numbers of apps from the App Store, and the idea of Swatch making a smart watch.

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05:12
PSA: If a Live Photo didn’t choose the perfect...

If you’ve ever taken a Live Photo only to find that the still image selected by the Camera app was just before a beautiful smile, or your slightly wonky horizon is straight in a later frame in the animated version, there’s now an app to fix it.

Google has updated a free app to allow you to play your Live Photo frame-by-frame, and then choose a different frame for the still. Once you select it, you simply export it back into your camera roll as a replacement Live Photo …

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05:11
What Apple is doing with 3,600 acres in eastern...

When this purchase was first news two years ago, a lot of people assumed it was for construction. It’s really interesting to read what Apple is doing with the land instead.

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05:05
Apple launches #MusicForEveryMinute Apple Music...

Neil Hughes, AppleInsider:

Starting Thursday, Apple Music launched a new user-driven promotional program on Twitter with the hashtag “#MusicForEveryMinute”, promoted by student ambassadors who will be rewarded with an extra three months of free subscription.

Here’s an example:

I'm obsessed with Apple Music & have teamed up with them to give you a FREE 3 month membership #MusicForEveryMinute https://t.co/WVKRnyIfU1

— Tommii Boii; (@tbhtxm) March 16, 2017

Smart marketing on Apple’s part.

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05:00
Alexa functionality en route to iOS via Amazon app

In the realm of AI assistant, Alexa is coming to an iPhone near you.

The assistant, which has previously been available to iOS users via third-party apps, is now en route to be incorporated into Amazon’s application for iOS.

Inside of the Amazon App for iOS, there will be a microphone icon near the top of the screen that you can press to call up Alexa. You’ll be able to ask the assistant almost anything you’d normally be able to ask through a device like the Echo. That includes everything from having it make purchases for you, look up facts, or control smart home products.

Amazon says the feature begins rolling out today and should be available to all US users by next week.

Alexa won’t be designed to replace Siri on an iOS device, but will work alongside it and run through the Amazon app, which will have to be opened to use Alexa.

Still, it puts Alexa on another major platform, and that makes choosing it as a way to connect and control all...

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05:00
Apple wins patent for augmented reality maps

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20170074675) for augmented reality maps, which hints at changes in a future version of its Maps app on the iPhone and iPad. 

According to the patent, a user of, say, an iPhone points the device to capture and display a real-time video stream. The iDevice detects geographic position, camera direction, and tilt of the image capture device. The user sends a search request to a server for nearby points of interest. 

The iPhone receives search results based on the search request, geographic position, camera direction, and tilt of the handheld communication device. The handheld communication device visually augments the captured video stream with data related to each point of interest. The user then selects a point of interest to visit. The iPhone visually augments the captured video stream with a directional map to a selected point of interest in response to the user input.

Augmented reality systems supplement reality, in the...

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04:55
Google Home stops spouting Disney ads after user...

Google Home users got a surprise on Thursday when their virtual assistants cheerily mentioned that the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” is opening in theaters this weekend.

The ad seems to pop up when users ask for a rundown of their day, which kicks off the Home’s “My Day” feature. That feature is supposed to offer users information about the weather, their calendars and relevant news. But at the end of the rundown, the Google Assistant offered the following unsolicited tidbit, according to a video posted to Twitter by Bryson Meunier.

“By the way, Disney’s live action ‘Beauty and The Beast’ opens today,” it says. “In this version of the story, Belle is the inventor instead of Maurice. That rings truer, if you ask me. For some more movie fun, ask me something about Belle.”

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04:43
Apple investing half a billion dollars in Chinese R...

Apple has revealed that it will be investing more than $500M in research & development in China, as it today announced plans for two more R&D centers in the country.

The new offices will be in Shanghai and Suzhou, and follow those already announced for Beijing and Shenzhen. All four centers are expected to open later this year.

Apple says that there is a compelling reason for the investment …

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04:30
Today is St. Patrick’s Day; celebrate accordingly

Today is St. Patrick’s Day. Hopefully, you’re wearing something green and checking out some macOS and iOS apps to celebrate.

St. Patrick’s Day Mahjong is a $0.99 game available at the Mac App Store and compatible with macOS 10.7 and higher. It sports six original tile layouts with, of course, St. Patrick’s Day tiles and artwork. 

With St. Patrick’s Day Mahjong, you can keep track of your high score and best time. The game offers undo, hint, and shuffle buttons.

Mahjong is a tile-based game that originated in China. Similar to the Western card game Rummy, it’s a game of skill, strategy, and calculation and involves a degree of chance.

There are several St. Patrick’s Day apps available for iOS devices. St. Patrick’s Daymation is a free app that counts down the days to St. Patrick’s Day and jots the results on a virtual “old school chalkboard.”

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Netflix dropping star ratings in favor of binary...

Netflix users will no longer be able to assign star ratings to the films and shows they have watched, reports FastCompany, as the streaming service switches instead to a simply binary like/dislike system. The change is said to be happening ‘in a few weeks.’

While the move makes little sense on the surface, providing far less scope to provide the feedback that drives future recommendations, Netflix claims that the stars we award are less relevant than we might think …

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Apple can conquer the PC World if they want to

I’m relatively new to the world of Apple products, having bought my first iPad in 2011, my first iPhone in 2013 and my first Mac in 2015. The more I use the company’s products, the more I have come to appreciate them and how reliable they are, not only as stand-alone devices, but in how well they work together. The hardware is the best made, and the software is rock solid.

Just this past week I was away from home and had to log onto a site that was new to me, but which required a username and password. It was a government site I had never used before, but I was quickly and easily able to log in via my iPhone 7 Plus.

While at home the next morning, I wanted to access the same site from my Mac. As I pulled up the site, I was prepared to type in a rather complex user name and equally complex password. However, when I pulled up the site, my username and password were already entered in the browser for me because I had instructed Safari on the iPhone to save my information...

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03:50
Twitter posts about ‘screenshot alert’ in iOS 11...

Tweets and retweets claiming that Apple plans to notify you when someone screenshots your text messages have been traced to an unsupported claim by a vlogger back in December.

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03:00
The Morning After: Friday, March 17 2017

It's the end of the week and we have talked to Buzz Aldrin about VR and Mars, tried to fund a documentary about what happened to the Tony Hawk game series, all while attempting to ignore Google Home's Beauty and the Beast ads. Ignoring ads from an in...

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WSJ: Nintendo is selling way more Switches than it...

We already knew that the Switch was Nintendo's fastest-selling console ever, but we now have an idea as to how many units it's pushing out. The WSJ says Nintendo plans to double production from 8 million units to 16 million for its 2017 fiscal year (...

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The 'Candy Crush' TV show debuts on CBS...

For whatever reason, Candy Crush is making the jump from addictive game to primetime TV game show, and CBS has revealed it will premiere July 9th. Unfortunately (or fortunately) it's a little too late to get cast as one of the two-person teams that w...

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Sony will soon stop PS3 production and shipments in...

Sony is ready to lay the PlayStation 3 to rest, a little over 10 years after the first model was released. Gematsu and Japanese website Gamestalk have discovered that the company will "soon" stop the PS3's production in its home country. Sony made th...

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21:55
Google's new algorithm shrinks JPEG files by 35...

For obvious reasons, Google has a vested interest in reducing the time it takes to load websites and services. One method is reducing the file size of images on the internet, which they previously pulled off with the WebP format back in 2014, which s...

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20:10
Teenage paranormal thriller 'Oxenfree' now...

Spooky adventure game Oxenfree has made its way to mobile. Developer Night School's sidescrolling tale debuted on PC and Xbox One early last January, with a stop on PlayStation 4 last May that added, among other things, a New Game+ mode. Now it's ava...

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20:08
Infamous patent troll Soverain Software targets...




Soverain Software, a non-practicing entity that gained media attention for suing Newegg and other online retailers over "shopping cart" patents, on Thursday filed a complaint against Apple for alleged infringement of IP relating to internet-based services.

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19:08
Gmail on desktop now lets you preview video...

A minor, but handy update comes to Gmail on the desktop today: videos sent as attachments can now be played right in your browser window, eliminating the need to actually download them to your hard drive and play them through a media player. Of cours...

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18:59
What feature tops your wishlist for the next-gen...

Earlier today, we reported on the first evidence of an updated hardware model of the Apple TV. The tvOS-powered device was first announced back in 2015 and lags in a few different areas, so it’s more than due for an update.

Not much has been rumored as for what features the next-generation model may have, but there are a few possibilities, many of which we highlighted earlier this year in our look at the future of the Apple TV and tvOS.

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Quick take video review: D-Link Omna HomeKit camera




AppleInsider goes hands-on with D-Link's new Omna, the first internet connected security camera to feature integration with Apple's HomeKit platform and iOS 10 Home app.

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Amazon ups its Smile donations to 10 percent for one...

If you need a good reason to pull the trigger on that Amazon purchase, then try telling yourself it's for a good cause. Today only (through midnight PT), the retailer's AmazonSmile program will donate 5 percent of the purchase price from eligible pro...

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17:39
Apple granted patents for earbud design w/ biometric...

Earlier this year, we outlined a few possibilities as to what could come to Apple’s AirPods with future iterations, noting specifically of more advanced fitness features. Paving the way for such improvements, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office today published three patents that it has granted Apple related to new fitness and biometric features for earbuds…

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17:32
Google keeps improving Apple's Live Photos

Apple's Live Photos are a neat trick when done well, but in practice they tend to be a wobbly mess. Last year, Google showed off a much more elegant solution with it's Motion Stills app for iOS, which converted shaky Live Photos to smooth looping GIF...

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16:45
How to order movie tickets within iOS 10 chat using...




With the release of iOS 10, Apple introduced a new way for developers to add integrated new features for iMessage users. Here's how to use Fandango's app to explore movie listings, share showtime options with chat participants, select seats and purchase tickets with Apple Pay--all within iMessage.

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16:19
Sony's mixed-reality 'cave' is an...

Amongst the many oddball exhibits at Sony's SXSW "Wow Factory" was the mixed-reality "cave." Unlike many other experiences at Sony's event, this one didn't require strapping on some oddball hardware or even a VR helmet. The cave was a square, four-wa...

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16:01
Netflix considers mobile specific versions of...




Netflix may make it even easier for its subscribers using iPhones to follow its original content in the future, an executive for the streaming service has revealed, advising that the firm is currently exploring the possibility of making mobile device-specific versions of its shows.

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15:50
YouTube kills annotations to make way for mobile-...

If you've ever had a grey box pop-up in the middle of a YouTube video to correct spelling, add in some extra information or link you out to another video, you've encountered a YouTube annotation. The feature let creators add content to their video af...

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15:47
Cartoonist officially releases word for word graphic...

The terms & conditions for iTunes have been the subject of mockery in the past for the extensive length and detail. Back in 2015, we told you about cartoonist Robert Sikoryak, who was turning the iTunes terms and conditions into a full-fledged graphic novel.

Now, Sikoryak has released the finished product: a 94-page, full color adaptation of the of the iTunes terms and conditions and It can be had for just $10 on Amazon.

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15:45
AWT News Update: March 16, 2017

Colorware's iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition

Steve was out making some tax accountants rich today, so we have a short version of the AWT News Update for your listening pleasure:

  • Swatch announces plans to create its own open-source smartwatch OS
  • Get an iPhone 7 Plus "Retro Edition" for only $1,899! It looks surprisingly similar to many Apple products of the 1980s
  • Alexa has sneaked onto your iPhone, provided you're using the Amazon app

The text version of the podcast can be viewed below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Note to Apple News readers: you’ll need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.

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15:28
Google: 'Beauty and The Beast' message...

That didn't take long. Shortly after Google told us that its Beauty and The Beast ad being read by Assistant was not in fact an ad, the search juggernaut has reversed that stance. "This wasn't intended to be an ad," a Google spokesperson told us. "Wh...

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15:23
Amazon brings Alexa to its main iOS app to help...

Alexa is coming to Siri’s home turf.

On Thursday, Amazon began rolling out Alexa and her voice-assistant capabilities inside its flagship iOS app (iTunes link). This means that iPhone users can now ask Alexa questions, get shopping assistance, track orders, and play Prime videos and music.

After an initial rollout, Alexa will be available to all iOS users by next week, Amazon said. However, the company’s in-app Alexa won’t feature the Door Lock skill that Amazon introduced last month that gave users the ability to control smart locks. And iPhone users will still need the dedicated...

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15:12
Party Bot decides who's on the guest list, what...

While most people in the tech business only roll into Austin once a year for SXSW, a handful of companies choose to call the city home. Fjord (formerly known as Chaotic Moon) is one of them. So, when the festival sets up around them, it uses the week...

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15:03
Slackel Openbox Plays Hard to Get


Slackel's Openbox edition is a lightweight operating system that offers reliable performance once you get the box open. It is not ideal for every user, though. Slackel 6.0.8 Openbox, the latest version of the project's lightweight distribution, was released by developer Dimitris Tzemos last fall. Slackel is a Linux distro that offers several benefits for users who step away from the typical mainstream Debian-based Linux distros. Based on both Slackware and Salix, it offers a few advantages not usually found with the Slackware Linux lineup.

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Google Home is playing audio ads for Beauty and the...

If this comes as a shock or a surprise to you, you haven’t been paying attention. Advertising is what Google does.

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14:30
What Trump's budget would mean for NASA and...

President Donald Trump's proposed 2018 budget beefs up the Defense Department while removing funds from the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy, NASA and many other government agencies. Congress still has to pass the budget, but if...

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14:19
Apple News is a boon to ‘The Telegraph’

Apple News has become the most effective third-party platform at driving readers to The Telegraph’s own sites and app, reports Digiday. Available on iOS devices (and, hopefully, on macOS at some point), 

The Telegraph — news, entertainment and advertising for the Alton community and the River Bend region of Madison, Jersey, Calhoun, Macoupin and Greene counties in Illinois — has made articles available on Apple News in some form since the news aggregation app launched in September 2015. The publisher introduced a new paywall model last November and saw unique monthly viewers grow 30% since last month. Now on Apple News, as everywhere off-site, the publication publishes 80% of its content — approximately 240 articles a day. The remaining 20% is for subscribers.

Robert Bridge, chief customer officer at The...

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14:06
Pro-Turkey Hackers Hit Prominent Twitter Accounts


Hundreds, if not thousands, of Twitter users, many of them high-profile, were hacked Tuesday by someone who appeared to support Turkey in its diplomatic row with the Netherlands. Their accounts displayed a Swastika -- reversed to face to the right -- as well as the Turkish flag and hashtags to the Nazialmanya and Nazihollanda accounts, which displayed comments on the attack. The hackers included a reference to April 16, when Turkey will hold a referendum to give President Recep Erdogan more power.

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13:59
Tip of the Day: Changing iPhone volume using Siri

Apple designed its new AirPods to be pretty easy to set up and use, but one thing that’s clearly missing is the ability to change the volume using hardware controls without reaching for your iPhone. Fortunately, if you regularly use AirPods without an iPhone or Apple Watch within reach, you might find it handy to know that you can actually change your iPhone’s volume using Siri voice commands. Simply tap on the AirPods to activate Siri,…

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13:57
Notable apps and app updates for March 16, 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

Pirate's Moon has introduced MyArtTools 1.0, their new drawing app for iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil. Taking full advantage of the pencil, it’s a $4.99 dedicated drawing and painting app. Users may also capture images with the iPad Pro front and rear cameras, and even save or open files to MyArtTools's directory. Plus, you can open saved images from the Photos Album. Users may share drawings using Email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Weibo.

FreneticGamez has launched Epic Draw - Physics Puzzle 1.0. It’s a free physics-based puzzler...

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13:33
Swatch to take on Apple Watch & Android Wear...




The Swatch Group will be paving its own road into the smartwatch space with a custom operating system, the company's CEO said on Thursday, with the OS going up against mature software from incumbents Apple Watch and Google's Android Wear platform.

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13:22
iPhone users can now access Amazon’s Alexa on the go

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Move over, Siri, there's a new voice assistant coming to iPhones and iOS devices. Amazon announced today that its digital assistant Alexa will be integrated into the Amazon Shopping app for iOS. This gives all users with Apple mobile devices access on the go. While some iOS users may have the Alexa app already downloaded to support their Amazon Alexa-enabled devices like the Echo, this integration lets users speak to Alexa while away from their homes.

Alexa lives in the...

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