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Thursday May 14

03:55
Apple Advances their OS X "Quick Look" Feature f...

Today, we learn in a newly published patent application that Apple intends to bring their OS X "Quick Look" feature to iOS ...

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02:15
Lufthansa launches new Apple Watch App

Lufthansa has always been ahead of most airlines with technology and today we've learned that they've launched an Apple Watch App that provides their passengers with personalized flight information and boarding passes.

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01:44
Emergency Hazmat Team Called to the Apple Store in Montere...

A disturbing story published late yesterday informs us that the Monterey firefighters evacuated a portion of a shopping center Wednesday afternoon after employees ...

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Wednesday May 13

18:09
Samsung Confirms a New Direction for their Gear Smartwatch

Last Saturday, well ahead of the crowd, we posted a report titled "Samsung May Launch new Round Smartwatch in September." In that report we added a few links to our previous reports on Samsung's utility and design patents ....

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16:33
Apple's Upcoming Streaming Music Service to Incorpora...

Apple's upcoming streaming music service may be called simply "Apple Music" and it may also include social networking tools for artists, according to a new report from 9to5Mac that cites industry sources with knowledge of Apple's plans.

Likened to Apple's now-defunct Ping social networking system that let users follow artists and friends to see posts and music recommendations, Apple's new music service is said to let artists have landing pages within the music service to share "track samples, photos, videos, and concert updates."

A profile from iTunes Ping
Hints of the new feature were found within the latest iOS 8.4 beta, released yesterday. In the Settings app, under...

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13:32
Supplies of 15-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Continue to Tighten...

For the past several weeks, high-end 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro shipping times have been quietly slipping, first to one to two weeks and then to two to three weeks, sparking questions from MacRumors readers about whether a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro update is imminent.

While it's true we're approaching the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, where Apple often announces new products, Broadwell chip availability remains an issue that makes it unclear whether we might get a refresh announcement at the event.

We have heard no word on the status of Broadwell chips appropriate for the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro for several months. The last update on the chips came from a roadmap released in the summer of 2014, which suggested Broadwell chips appropriate for the notebook would be released in July...

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12:04
Apple Watch Vulnerable to Theft With No Activation Lock

Our iPhones and iPads are protected by Activation Lock, a security feature that prevents thieves from wiping and using a stolen Apple device with a new account, but the recently released Apple Watch has no similar security feature.

As pointed out by iDownloadBlog in a detailed post on the security of the Apple Watch, there is nothing that stops a lost or stolen Apple Watch from being wiped and paired with a new iPhone. The Apple Watch has a passcode option that requires a sequence of numbers to be entered every time it's removed from a wrist, but the passcode protects only data.

The passcode is also easily bypassed with a reset. Pressing down on the side button of the Apple Watch brings up the power down options and a force press on this screen brings up an option to Erase All content and Settings. Erasing the Apple Watch in this manner erases...

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11:31
A Top Israeli Technology Executive Notes that Apple's...

Sol Gradman is a seasoned executive of high-technology companies. Gradman gained his rich managerial and global experience while living both in Israel and the US and working for multinationals such as IBM, Orbotech and ASP Computer Products. Gradman was speaking at ChipEx 2015 ...

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10:18
A new book titled "Strategy Rules" by Harvard an...

A new book titled "Strategy Rules" by Harvard and MIT professors, analyzes the strategies, principles, and skills of three of the most successful and influential figures in business—Bill Gates, Andy Grove, and Steve Jobs—offering lessons for all managers and entrepreneurs on leadership, strategy and execution.

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08:21
Apple and Lithium Battery Maker A123 Systems in Final Stag...

In February Patently Apple was first to extensively report on A123 Systems, an advanced lithium battery maker, suing Apple on several counts including Employee Raiding and Misappropriation of Trade Secrets. Today ...

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07:45
Apple and A123 Systems Nearing Settlement in Battery Engin...

Apple and A123 Systems are close to reaching a settlement in an ongoing battery engineer poaching lawsuit between the two companies, according to The Boston Globe. A123 Systems, an advanced battery manufacturer, originally filed suit against Apple in February for poaching key battery engineering employees to join its own automative team, including former chief technology officer Mujeeb Ijaz."On Tuesday, a federal judge granted A123 more time to finalize the settlement with Apple," reports The Boston Globe. "In a court filing, the two sides reported that they 'have reached an agreement, signed a term sheet, and are in the process of drafting a final settlement agreement.'"Apple's much-rumored automotive team reportedly consists of...

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07:18
Foxconn Invests in Cyanogen, the Company that Vows to put...

Foxconn has become an investor in Cyanogen, the company that wants to take Android away from Google. Cyanogen Inc. announced the strategic investment from Foxconn ...

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06:21
Desperate Samsung is going to try a Steve Jobs Tactic in J...

Yesterday we posted a report titled "Samsung's Galaxy S6 Sales Disaster in Japan is Embarrassing!," that presented the facts from the Japanese market research firm BCN that showed that the Galaxy S6 Edge ranked 26th in the Japanese smartphone weekly sales rankings from April 27 to May 3. The Korean press ...

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05:33
First Wave of Space Black, Leather Loop and Modern Buckle...

Nearly five weeks after Apple Watch pre-orders became available on April 10, the first stainless steel Apple Watch orders with Space Black Link Bracelets, Leather Loops and Modern Buckles are now being prepared to ship. A growing number of users tracking their Apple Watch orders within the MacRumors discussion forums confirmed the shipping status changes within the past twelve hours.

The stainless steel Apple Watch with Space Black Link Bracelet, Leather Loop and Modern Buckle were the last three models of the wrist-worn device that had yet to see movement, remaining in the Processing stage on the Apple Online Store until late Tuesday. Now, some orders have been updated to Preparing for Shipment in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and...

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04:48
Samsung wants to Collaborate with Microsoft on HoloLens

It's being reported today that Samsung Electronics is seeking a partnership with Microsoft related to HoloLens to sharpen its wearable technology.

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Tuesday May 12

12:49
Apple's CEO Bullish on Apple Pay in China with Progre...

During Apple's Financial Call back in January Apple's CEO Tim Cook had noted that Apple pay was off to very fast start with over 750 banks and credit unions already signed on to bring Apple Pay to their customers and that 2015 was going to be the Year of Apple Pay. Since then ...

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12:21
Distracted Driving Laws Yet to Catch Up With Apple Watch

While several states and countries have laws in place that make operating a handheld device such as a smartphone or portable media player illegal, the release of the Apple Watch has created a gray area in terms of distracted driving legislation. Given that the Apple Watch is technically not a handheld device, the laws in many jurisdictions are left open to interpretation at this point.

Regardless of the laws in your local area, it is highly recommended that you keep your eyes on the road and remain focused on driving at all times. Using your Apple Watch while driving is dangerous for both you and the drivers sharing the road with you, no matter how skilled of a driver you may be, and distracted driving in general is still a punishable offense in many jurisdictions.

United States

In the United States, many states have similar distracted driving laws with different conditions that must be followed. All states except Arizona, Missouri and...

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10:57
The Apple Watch Made LG the Smartwatch Display King

Back in September we posted a report titled "LG Wins Contract for AMOLED Apple Watch Displays & Apple Fulfills Patent." According to a new report published today, Apple's contract with LG for Apple Watch displays catapulted their position in the market to that of leader overnight.

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10:06
Samsung's Galaxy S6 Sales Disaster in Japan is Embarr...

In late April we posted a report titled "Samsung is so Despised in Japan that they decided to remove their Logo on the Galaxy S6 going on Sale in Japan this Week." The report spelled out that Samsung had been thinking of pulling out of the smartphone market in Japan like they did years ago with televisions. In an effort to gain market share growth in the Japanese market ...

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08:57
Apple Tops Greenpeace Clean Energy Index Based on Renewabl...

Apple continues to set the bar among technology companies for its commitment to running its worldwide operations on renewable energy, topping Amazon, Facebook, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Yahoo and other large corporations in Greenpeace's Clean Energy Index included as part of its 2015 Click Clean Report [PDF]."The report found that Apple continues to be the most aggressive in powering its data center operations with renewable energy. Despite continued rapid growth, Apple appears to have kept pace with its supply of renewable energy, maintaining its claim of a 100% renewably powered cloud for another year, followed by Yahoo, Facebook and Google with 73%, 49% and 46% clean energy respectively. Greenpeace found that Amazon’s current investments would deliver an energy mix of 23% renewable energy for its operations."The annual...

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07:34
Apple Granted 29 Patents Today Covering 3 Camera Patents,...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 29 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. Beyond covering Apple's granted patents earlier today for a 3D sensing device, Liquid Metal Screws and unique design patents, this report points you to three camera patent wins along with ...

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05:54
Apple Wins Unique Design Patents for a Light Fixture, Beat...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 29 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's four design patents. For the first time in years, Apple surprises us ...

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04:29
Next A9-Based iPhone Predicted to Have 12MP Camera, 2GB RA...

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a respectable track record at reporting on Apple's upcoming product plans, issued a note to investors today that offers eleven predictions for the next-generation iPhone in 2015. The new 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones are expected to enter mass production in mid-to-late August, while no new 4-inch iPhone model will be released in 2015.

The main selling point of the "iPhone 6s" and "iPhone 6s Plus" will be the addition of Force Touch, the pressure-sensitive display technology built into Apple Watch and new MacBook trackpads. Other predicted features for Apple's next iPhone include, many of which have already been rumored, include an A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, improved 12-megapixel camera, a new rose gold color option, possible sapphire cover lenses and more.(1) Force Touch will be the biggest upgraded selling point, but also one of the main bottlenecks of the supply chain. Force Touch can enhance user experience due to more...

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04:27
Apple Granted a Patent for the Creation of Liquid Metal Sc...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 34 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover another Liquid Metal based patent covering the making of superior strength and fitting screws. When you see inventions covering the making of the tiniest parts for an Apple device with such precision, you see the maniacal focus ...

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03:10
Apple Granted another Major 3D Sensing Patent that could b...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 34 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover another fascinating PrimeSense patent that Apple has inherited that covers a 3D sensing device that works with distinct gestures that could control items on a display or TV.

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Monday May 11

16:41
First Apple Watches With Link Bracelets Begin Shipping to...

Though the Apple Watch officially launched on April 24, several of the stainless steel Apple Watch configurations have been unavailable to ship for weeks due to supply shortages. Customers who ordered Apple Watches with Link Bracelets, Modern Buckles, and Leather Loops right after pre-orders began are still without their devices.

As of today, the first orders of these rarer watches appear to be shipping out. Several customers on the MacRumors forums who ordered the Apple Watch with Stainless Steel Link Bracelets are seeing their credit cards charged and have begun receiving shipping information from Apple. The first orders should be arriving to customers tomorrow.

There are many customers who are still waiting for their Link Bracelet Apple Watch orders to ship, but it appears the wait may not be much longer now that the first shipments are going out. Customers who ordered the...

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16:22
Apple Will be entering the Paid Music Streaming Business J...

While the "freemium" streaming services remain a thorn in the music industry's side overall, that doesn't mean that paid subscriptions for streaming music aren't doing well ...

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16:05
Warner Music Earned More Revenue From Streaming Services T...

Apple's upcoming revamped music service may be coming at the perfect time, right as revenue from streaming music is beginning to surpass revenue from digital downloads.

Streaming music services have been growing in popularity over the last several years, and in an earnings call today (via Re/code), Warner Music Group CEO Stephen Cooper told investors that for the first time, the company earned more revenue from streaming music services than from digital downloads.

Warner Music Group saw a 33 percent increase in its revenue from streaming music services from companies like Spotify and YouTube during the second quarter of 2015, while revenue from digital downloads like those from iTunes grew only seven percent. During the call,...

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15:57
Interesting New Video Shows Apple Watch Assisting the Deaf

On March 25, Apple was granted a patent for improved features for a hearing aid and Apple has carried through with new features for the deaf on the Apple Watch.

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13:08
Australia Cracks Down on Tax Avoidance by Multinational Co...

Last month Apple has warned investors that it could face ‘material’ financial penalties from the European Commission’s investigation into its tax deals with Ireland ...

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10:20
Apple Releases New OS X Yosemite Beta Build to Developers

It's being reported today that Apple has released yet another beta build of the upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 to developers.

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10:06
TSMC Snapped up Orders from Apple for SSD Controller Chips

According to a new supply chain report, TSMC snapped up new orders from Apple for SSD controller chips.

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10:05
Apple Seeds Third OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite Beta to Developers...

Apple today seeded the third beta of OS X 10.10.4 to developers, approximately two weeks after releasing the second OS X 10.10.4 beta and three weeks after releasing the first OS X 10.10.4 beta. OS X 10.10.4 has been in testing since mid-April, following the early April release of OS X 10.10.3, which included the new Photos for OS X app.

The beta, build 14E17e, can be downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store or through the Mac Developer Center. Apple is asking developers to focus on Photos, Migration, and Arabic and Hebrew languages.

OS X 10.10.3 introduced several consumer-facing changes including the new Photos for OS X app, a redesigned emoji picker, new diversified emoji, and more, but OS X 10.10.4 appears to be an under-the-hood update that brings performance enhancements and bug fixes. Thus far, OS X 10.10.4 betas have not included outward facing...

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09:46
Apple Seeds Third iOS 8.4 Beta With Revamped Music App to...

Apple today seeded the third beta of iOS 8.4 to registered developers for testing purposes, two weeks after seeding the second iOS 8.4 beta and three weeks after releasing the first iOS 8.4 beta. iOS 8.4 has been in testing since mid-April, following the early April release of iOS 8.3. Today's beta is also available to public beta testers.

The beta, build 12H4098c, is available as an over-the-air download and through the iOS Developer Center. Apple has also released Xcode 6.4 beta 3 to developers.

iOS 8.4's major feature is an all-new Music app that includes a revamped look. The Music app's new design shows pictures of artists in the Artists view and it offers a new MiniPlayer with a redesigned look for "Now Playing." There are...

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09:30
Scott Forstall Proud to be Part of Tony Nominated Play

Scott Forstall, once senior vice president of iOS Software who helped ignite the iPhone and iPad revolution at Apple from 2007 until October 2012 has resurfaced ...

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08:46
12.9-Inch 'iPad Pro' Could Have Flexible Touch P...

Apple is exploring the possibility of equipping the much-rumored 12.9-inch "iPad Pro" with an improved touch panel that uses silver nano wire (AgNW) material instead of ITO-based clear film, according to South Korea's Electronic Times (via G4Games). The flexible touch panel would reportedly have greater accuracy and sensitivity and be able to recognize multiple pressure levels, which could allow for Force Touch.

A purported "iPad Pro" blueprint from December 2014 with possible dimensions
The report claims that Apple requested samples of the touch panel ready for mass-production from LG Display, Samsung Display, Japan Display and other major display manufacturers at the start of this week, and predicts that the company...

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08:40
Spotify's Pathetic Freemium Statistics Justifies the...

Today we got to see the failure of the freemium music service business model in living color in segments of a Spotify management report that accompanied their latest financials written by directors Martin Lorentzon and Pär-Jorgen Pärson.

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07:11
Apple's 2016 iPad Display may use Next-Gen Touch Pane...

In an exciting new report this morning from Asia they note that "Apple is planning to apply a new nano material on a touch panel. By changing ITO-based clear film with silver nano wire material, it plans ...

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06:17
Apple Bucks the Downward Trend in Smartphone Sales in Chin...

A new analyst report published this morning shows that China's smartphone market contracted by 4% year-on-year (YoY) with 98.8 million units shipped in the first quarter of 2015. This is the first time in six years that the China smartphone market declined ...

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05:21
Apple Set to Expand their Renewable Energy & Environme...

Earlier today Apple announced an expansion of its renewable energy and environmental protection initiatives in China ...

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04:52
Good Technology Report: Apple's iOS still dominates t...

In February we posted a report titled "A Major Report by Good Technology Shows that iOS Activations in the Enterprise Climbed to 73% in Q4 2014 and Much More." Today, Good Technology released their Q1 2015 report covering the latest data in app, platform and device preferences in the enterprise.

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04:23
Apple Announces Renewable Energy and Forestland Initiative...

Apple today announced a new multi-year project with World Wildlife Fund to protect up to 1 million acres of responsibly managed working forests in China, which the company says provide fiber for pulp, paper and wood products. The new forestland program is part of Apple's goal to run its worldwide operations on 100% renewable energy.

Apple's 40-megawatt solar farm in Hongyuan, China
Apple also confirmed plans to expand its industry-leading renewable energy projects to manufacturing facilities in China, three weeks after the company announced a partnership with SunPower Corporation to build two 20-megawatt solar power plants that will provide more than enough energy to power all of Apple's corporate offices and retail stores in the world's most populous country.“We’...

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Sunday May 10

13:04
Hon Hai Reports Record Breaking April due to the iPhone 6

It's being reported by a Taiwan news site today that sales of Hon Hai, the world's largest contract electronics maker, hit their highest level recorded for the month of April ....

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11:53
Apple Stores will begin Selling the New MacBook in 2 Weeks

It's being reported today that "The recently released 12-inch MacBook will be available for purchase at all Apple Stores globally beginning the week of May 25th ...

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06:26
Fiat's CEO Marchionne Recently Met with Tim Cook over...

Marchionne, speaking on the sidelines of the opening of a Maserati dealership near Toronto, said he had met with Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook ...

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Saturday May 9

10:36
Samsung May Launch new Round Smartwatch in September

Yesterday the Telegraph reported that Samsung has reportedly pushed back the launch of its round smartwatch, believed to be called the Gear A, to let the hype over the Apple Watch die down.

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09:32
Apple issued a rare type of Subpoena from "Five Night...

Late yesterday, an attorney representing the video game designer Scott Cawthon issued a DMCA Section 512(H) Subpoena to Apple in an effort to ...

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07:38
Apple Wins 12 Design Patents for New Display Stands that c...

Late yesterday Apple was granted a series of twelve display stand design patents in Hong Kong China ...

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Friday May 8

13:05
The Quest for Quality: Five of the Most Useful Apple Watch...

While Apple CEO Tim Cook recently confirmed that there are over 3,500 apps available for the Apple Watch, many reviewers and early adopters have complained that many fail to provide useful functionality on the wrist. Despite strict approval guidelines, the App Store for Apple Watch is cluttered with basic or poorly designed apps for the wrist-worn device, likely due in significant part to the apps having been developed before the Apple Watch was available.

To help users discover some high quality watch-based experiences, MacRumors reached out to its forum community and skimmed through the App Store to handpick five Apple Watch apps that we've found particularly useful. Some of the useful Apple Watch apps worth mentioning include Workflow, Philips Hue, Things, Calcbot and Clear.

Workflow

Workflow is an automation tool that enables you to drag and drop any combination of actions to create custom workflows for completing various...

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12:09
It's Hard to Believe, but Apple will sell more Watche...

The Apple community along with its cult component have created a powerhouse movement that's almost impossible to stop.

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11:00
Apple to Push Paid Streaming Music Service With Free Trial...

Ahead of the rumored debut of Apple's upcoming streaming music service, Re/code has shared several details on the initiative, sourced from industry insiders. As we've learned previously, Apple will charge $9.99 per month for the service and will not offer a freemium streaming tier as other music services like Spotify do, but the company is aiming to introduce ways to let people listen to some content for free.

First and foremost, Apple hopes to offer listeners a free trial period, which lasts between one and three months, letting them sample the music service for an extended period of time before opting for a full subscription. The length of the trial will depend on what Apple is able to negotiate with music companies.

Apple is also working on a feature that may...

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10:43
Nike CEO Mark Parker: More from Nike & Apple to Come

CNBC Interviewed Mark Parker, Nike CEO & President earlier today ...

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07:13
Nintendo's First Smartphone Game Due This Year, 5 Pla...

In Nintendo's financial results briefing posted today, which relays the company's past fiscal year ending in March 2015 and looks ahead to the future, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata provided a few more details regarding the company's future release plans with mobile gaming partner DeNA.

Essentially, the first game in the lineup will launch "by the end of this calendar year," with the current long-term plan to release five games in total by the end of the company's next fiscal year ending in March of 2017, just under two years away. Iwata promises that while that estimation for a release schedule seems low, the company hopes to retain its well-known degree of polish and customer satisfaction when transitioning to mobile, and taking a quality over quantity approach is its way of doing that.
You may think it is...

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07:05
Samsung Continues their Apple-Mirroring S6 Ad Campaign

On Monday we posted a report titled "Samsung just can't Resist Mirroring Apple's Design Master's Style." We noted how Samsung's new ad campaign promotes the Galaxy S6 using a video style first created by Apple. Today ...

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05:15
comScore Ranks Apple as the Top U.S. Smartphone OEM

According to a new report by comScore, Apple ranked as the top smartphone manufacturer with 42.6 percent OEM market share ...

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05:04
Ericsson Extends Patent Lawsuit Against Apple to Europe

Ericsson has filed lawsuits against Apple in Germany, United Kingdom and the Netherlands after failing to reach a global licensing agreement with the company over both standard-essential and non-standardized patents.

Ericsson claims that Apple continues to sell the iPhone, iPad and other products that infringe upon its patented technologies, some related to 2G and 4G LTE standards, even though its licensing agreement expired in January.

Ericsson has been attempting to license its standard-essential patents with Apple on terms that are fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND), but the two companies have failed to reach an agreement following over two years of negotiations. Unable to resolve the situation outside of the courtroom, Ericsson has since filed patent lawsuits against the iPhone maker in the United States, and now...

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04:34
Ericsson escalates their war with Apple and Files Suits in...

Today, Ericsson has gone beyond their U.S. lawsuits and have asserted their patents against Apple in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands.

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Thursday May 7

12:31
Apple Watch Uses 28-Nanometer Samsung Processor

Since the Apple Watch was released on April 24, several teardowns from iFixit, Chipworks, and ABI Research have divulged information on the inner workings of the device, detailing everything from battery capacity to the manufacturers who created the miniaturized parts for the device.

A report last week took a deep look at the S1 chip that runs the Apple Watch, pointing towards 512GB of RAM, a Broadcom Wi-Fi chip, an accelerometer/gyrometer from STMicroelectronics, and today further investigation from Chipworks (via ...

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11:30
With Apple on the Verge of Blasting into the Streaming Mus...

Spotify is working on a video-streaming service that will complement its music platform as the battle for dominance in digital content heats up.

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10:03
'Redacted' Hits Number 8 Spot in Mac App Store W...

App developer Sam Soffes today published a blog post detailing the early monetary performance of his new app Redacted [Direct Link], which allows users to easily obscure sensitive information on personal photos.

Screenshot of Redacted's image obscuring features
After launching the app earlier this week, the $4.99 Redacted app quickly broke into the top paid app lists on the U.S. Mac App Store. Specifically, by the end of its launch day on May 5, Redacted was eighth in overall paid apps and first in top paid graphics apps. After some friends began questioning him about his expected profit, Soffes realized he hadn't really even begun to think about the possible profit the photo-obscuring app would rake in for him.

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08:53
Apple reveals their Invisible Light Technology that's...

On May 7, 2015, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to the transmission of invisible light and, more particularly, to the transmission of data using invisible light via a display assembly of an electronic device like an iPhone, Apple Watch or other future devices. The technology is already working with the Apple Watch ...

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07:15
Apple Patent Reveals a Current Overview of Apple Pay

On May 7, 2015, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals techniques for authenticating financial transactions conducted by electronic devices via wireless communication. In short, Apple's patent provides us with an overview of Apple Pay in its most current state.

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07:13
AT&T Scales Back Throttling of Grandfathered Unlimited...

AT&T has quietly updated one of its policies to reflect that it will now only throttle customers that are connected to a cell tower experiencing network congestion, reports Ars Technica. The carrier previously throttled all grandfathered customers with unlimited data plans that exceeded 5GB of 4G LTE data usage in a single monthly billing period, regardless of network congestion.

The updated policy reads as follows:"As a result of AT&T's network management process, customers on a 3G or 4G smartphone or on a 4G LTE smartphone with an unlimited data plan who have exceeded 3 gigabytes (3G/4G) or 5 gigabytes (4G LTE) of data in a billing period may experience reduced speeds when using data...

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06:29
TestFlight Experiencing Extended Downtime for Many Develop...

It has not been a good week for Apple's developer services. Less than a day after iTunes Connect experienced a lengthy outage that lasted several hours, TestFlight is now unavailable for many developers. The beta testing service for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch apps has been returning a "currently unavailable" message since as early as Wednesday afternoon around 6:00 PM Pacific.

Because hardly a day can go by without #itunesconnect or #testflight screwing up. pic.twitter.com/682GTFEm5g

— dhcmrlchtdj (@dhcmrlchtdj) May 7, 2015
Apple has yet to update its system status page for developers to reflect the outage, although the company has historically been rather delayed at doing so. The outage has been confirmed...

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05:08
Apple Executive Jeff Williams to Speak at Code Conference...

Apple's Senior Vice President of Operations Jeff Williams will speak at the annual Code Conference, held this May 26-28 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, reports Re/code. Williams joined Apple in 1998 and leads a team responsible for the company's supply chain management, and during the past two years has also overseen development of the Apple Watch and health initiatives such as ResearchKit.

Apple executives Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi spoke at the inaugural Code Conference last year, with Cue discussing how today's TV experience "sucks" and is a complicated problem to solve.

Code Conference is a successor to the D: All Things Digital Conference that Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, among other Apple executives,...

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05:06
Apple's Invention Reveals New Methods for Strengtheni...

On May 7, 2015, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals methods for reducing the weight of a device housing without adversely affecting its structural integrity.

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03:46
Apple Reveals a Social Network for Lifestyle-Based Social...

On May 7, 2015, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals a new kind of social network for lifestyle-based groups.

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01:49
Fox Sports Now has joined the Apple TV Platform

FOX Sports has joined the Apple TV platform with FOX Sports Now.

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Wednesday May 6

16:10
Apple Launches new "Everything Changes with iPad...

With Apple's iPad losing a little steam this quarter, they've decided to launch a new iPad webpage called "Everything changes with iPad." The new campaign ...

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15:14
Google Suffers a Significant Blow as Mountain View City Co...

With Apple Campus 2 well under way, Google wanted to show the world their vision for a new headquarters that they had plans for in Mountain View back late February. The dreamy canopy structures...

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12:27
Apple Launches New 'Everything Changes With iPad...

Apple today launched a new microsite focused on the iPad, exploring the way the iPad can "change the way you do things every day." The site offers up a selection of apps and usage ideas for the iPad, organized into several categories: Cooking with iPad, Learning with iPad, Small Business with iPad, Traveling with iPad, and Redecorating with iPad.

Like the company's past advertising efforts, this new campaign aims to portray the iPad as a tool that's useful in all aspects of life that goes far beyond mere content consumption, as can be seen in the introductory video on the site. The video, which should be uploaded to YouTube soon, features people using the iPad in a whole range of situations, from cooking to managing a business.

Each section of the new site includes imagery covering what the iPad can do and a wide range of recommended apps for each...

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12:07
Tim Cook Charity Lunch Auction Ends, Earns $200,000 for RF...

Tim Cook's third annual CharityBuzz auction ended this afternoon, earning $200,000 for the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. The auction, which had more than 20 bids, includes a one hour lunch date with Tim Cook at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino and two VIP passes to an Apple keynote event to watch Apple unveil new products.

Though the auction earned an impressive $200,000 for the RFK Center, it brought in less money than previous auctions held in 2013 and 2014. In 2013, the inaugural CharityBuzz auction for a coffee date with Cook brought in an impressive $610,000, and 2014's lunch auction ended at $330,001.

Today's auction winner will be able to bring one additional person to have lunch with Cook, with the cost of lunch being included in the auction price. Transportation and accommodations to Cupertino are not included, however, and the exact date of...

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12:03
Former Apple Retail Chief Ron Johnson Discusses 'Enjo...

Ron Johnson, who served as Senior Vice President of Retail Operations at Apple between 2000 and 2011, today unveiled his new online retail startup called Enjoy Technology that will begin selling high-end consumer electronics, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, speakers and drones. The Menlo Park, California company will sell about 60 products starting today.

Enjoy aims to differentiate itself from Amazon and other competitors by providing free personal in-home setup service for products, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. When you purchase a product, Enjoy will send a representative to your home to help set it up, with visits lasting approximately one hour. AT&T, GoPro, Microsoft, Samsung and Hewlett-Packard are among the early partners with the service.

Johnson was interviewed by...

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11:50
The American Foundation for the Blind Honors Apple for the...

Today, the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) today announced the names of four honorees who will receive the prestigious Helen Keller Achievement Awards at a special gala in New York City on June 18th.

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10:48
Apple's Award-Winning Accessibility Features Help Bri...

Apple today was honored as a recipient of a Helen Keller Achievement Award from the American Foundation for the Blind for the company's accessibility efforts, particularly VoiceOver's ability to give vision-impaired users access to iOS devices. With the advent of the Apple Watch, many of those accessibility features are now also migrating over to the wrist.

Coincidentally, MacRumors' sister site TouchArcade today took a look at the possibilities for accessibility features in iOS gaming. The...

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08:46
Apple Preparing In-Store Pickup Option for Apple Watch

Apple is preparing to offer an in-store pickup option for the Apple Watch in the United States and other launch countries, listing the option as "available soon" on the Apple Online Store and Apple Store app. The new option remains grayed out on Apple's website and app, making it unavailable to select, and Apple's Reserve and Pickup system for the Apple Watch has yet to go live.

To date, Apple Watch orders have been taken exclusively online and shipped via UPS or other couriers to residential or business addresses, but soon customers will gain the option of ordering online and visiting a local Apple retail location for in-store pickup. Customers will be required to present a valid government-issued photo ID upon pickup, and must match the name on the reservation to pick up the product.

Apple originally planned to offer in-store pickup of the Apple Watch...

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08:27
Apple's iPhone 6-Plus Took 44% of the U.S. Phablet Ma...

Today, a new Kantar report informs us that Phablets claimed 21% of all US smartphone sales in Q1 2015 ...

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07:57
Gamers get Ready, the Oculus Headset Goes on Sale in Q1 20...

The Oculus team stated today that they're incredibly excited to announce that the Oculus Rift will be shipping to consumers in Q1 2016, with pre-orders later this year."

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07:24
The European Union to Step up their Attack on U.S. Tech Co...

Last year the European Parliament ruled that Apple had to use the Micro-USB Standard Port for European iDevices by 2017. It was a bizarre intrusion into the tech market. Then in April of this year we posted a report about European regulators sticking their nose into Apple's streaming music business before it even gets off the Ground. And who can't forget Finland's PM blaming Apple's success for their financial crisis. Europe is behind the U.S. on most everything internet related including the very devices that consumers in Europe use to access the net. If they can't beat ...

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06:23
Extensive Report: Open TV Sues Apple over Content Streamin...

Many in the tech sector believe that Apple is going to be introducing a new TV service this fall and that Apple could reveal this new service during their upcoming World Wide Developer Conference next month. Yet before Apple even has the chance of introducing their new service, they've been slapped with a new patent infringement lawsuit from Open TV, Nagravision S.A. (Switzerland) and Nagra France S.A.S.

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06:15
Apple Confirms 'Applebot' as In-House Web Crawle...

Apple yesterday gave a few interesting details on something it's calling "Applebot", the company's in-house web crawler that is used to help power services like Siri and Spotlight on iOS and OS X platforms (via Apple Insider).

In the past, Apple has partnered with companies like Google and Bing to provide search results in a few of its own products like Siri, but this week's news could be an additional hint at Apple introducing its own complete search platform in the future. Most recently, in early February, a job listing provided more fuel to a rumor that the Cupertino company was doing just that, although it was likely to be describing ongoing efforts to improve Spotlight and was never legitimized.

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Tuesday May 5

20:55
FTC Also Investigating Apple's Upcoming Music Streami...

The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Apple's efforts to set up deals with record labels as it prepares to launch its new music streaming service, a rebranded version of Beats Music, according to Bloomberg. This would make the FTC the third government body to look into the new music service after the U. S. Department of Justice and European Commission.

The FTC's investigators, still in the early stages, of their inquiry, are asking whether Apple’s efforts will change the way music labels work with other streaming services, for example curtailing ad-supported music and pushing more songs into paid tiers of service at higher rates, according to one of the people....

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14:55
Home Depot Preparing to Accept Apple Pay Later this Year

According to a new report published this afternoon, Home Depot Inc. plans to enable Apple's mobile-payment platform at its more than 2,000 stores, making it the largest retailer to accept Apple Pay.

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14:19
Home Depot to Begin Supporting Apple Pay Following Retail...

Home Depot plans to officially support Apple Pay in its home improvement stores following a retail system upgrade, reports Bloomberg. Though there's no timeline on when Apple Pay support will be introduced in Home Depot stores, a spokesperson said the payment service would be available after a revamp to the company's point-of-sale machines.

News of Home Depot's plans to support Apple Pay come following earlier reports suggesting the retailer was shutting off Apple Pay access in its stores. Home Depot has NFC-based terminals in its stores allowing for unofficial use of Apple Pay, but as of this morning, a customer discovered he could no longer use Apple Pay at Home Depot.

Contacting customer support resulted in a message stating that while Apple Pay...

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14:10
Under Tough Testing by Consumer Reports, the Apple Watch i...

It was noted today in Consumer Reports smartwatch ratings video, that their top-rated smartwatch after rigorous testing was the stainless-steel Apple Watch ...

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13:48
Apple to Launch Streaming Music Service and Revamped iTune...

While Apple is still working to get key deals in place for its upcoming streaming music service, the company remains committed to announcing the service at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), likely during the opening keynote on June 8, according to 9to5Mac.

Apple's streaming music service will reportedly launch alongside a revamped iTunes Radio in a "long list" of countries in late June as part of iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2. New Apple TV and Mac apps that will integrate the service remain under development at Apple.

The redesigned Music app in iOS 8.4 beta, seeded to developers in April, will...

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11:17
Apple Still Working to Finalize Streaming Music Deals Ahea...

Just weeks ahead of the rumored debut of its newly revamped streaming music service, Apple is still working to get key deals completed. According to a new report from Billboard that cites music industry sources, Apple does not yet have the necessary licensing agreements that it needs to launch the service, leading to disagreements over whether it will be ready to go in June.A June launch is still attainable. One source notes Apple has been able to quickly secure licensing deals in the past. "If any company can pull it off, they can," the source tells Billboard, adding that "labels are more likely to play ball with them" because of Apple's track record of generating revenue for rights holders.

Another major label source believes the...

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07:14
CBS Sports and USA NOW Channels Now Available on Apple TV

The Apple TV has gained two new channels today CBS Sports and USA NOW, bringing on-demand sports, drama, comedy, sitcoms and more programming to the set-top box in the United States. The new channels should be appearing on the Apple TV for all users beginning today, with USA NOW requiring cable-based authentication for most content and CBS Sports offering free sports clips for all users.

CBS Sports for Apple TV
The new channels arrive less than six weeks before Apple is expected to announce its next-generation Apple TV alongside a full-fledged streaming TV service at WWDC in June. The new A8-based set-top box will reportedly feature both an App Store and Siri, in addition to a redesigned remote control and significantly higher internal storage than the current 8GB model.

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Apple's much-rumored streaming TV service would consist of...

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06:40
IHS Reports that the In-Cell Touch Display Market Sector B...

According to a new report from IHS, embedded touch displays, including in-cell and on-cell touch displays, are forecast to comprise nearly 40% of touch module shipments for mobile phone applications this year.

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05:57
Apple Granted 38 Patents Today Covering a POP System, In-C...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 38 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover a retail store portable point of purchase (POP) system, iDevice in-cell displays, a new Apple Watch design patent and more.

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03:29
Apple has been Granted an Invisible Optical Label Patent f...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 38 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's invention of using invisible optical labels to pair devices like an iPhone to Apple Watch without the need of using a cloud ...

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02:20
Apple Granted a Patent for Maps with Interactive 3D Views

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 38 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's Maps with interactive 3D Views ...

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Monday May 4

19:28
Third-Party Apple Watch Bands May Be Coming Soon Following...

Apple today debuted a new developer site (via Macotakara) titled "Creating Bands for Apple Watch", which includes band design guidelines for third-party companies looking to make bands for the Apple Watch. The design guidelines include requirements for the bands to achieve Apple certification in the new Made for Apple Watch program, which is similar to the already established Made for iPhone program.

Apple Watch bands are easily changed with simple release buttons and lugs that secure the band to the Apple Watch case. When creating your custom bands, refer to the band design guidelines and lug profile. Apple Watch lugs will be available soon through the Made for Apple Watch program.Firstly, the bands must integrate with the two lugs that mate with...

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16:52
Remote for Next-Generation Apple TV to Include 'Touch...

Apple's next-generation Apple TV will include a new touch-based remote with a revamped design, reports The New York Times, citing sources with knowledge of Apple's plans. Described as being "slightly thicker" than the current version, the new Apple TV remote will gain a "touch pad" that will be used for scrolling, along with two physical buttons.

The touch pad will likely replace the circular click-wheel style control that's on the existing remote, giving users an easier way to scroll through content on the Apple TV. Currently, navigating through content on a channel like Netflix with the Apple TV remote requires users to click multiple times on the click wheel.

A touch-based control area on the remote would likely function similarly to the Apple Remote apps...

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16:48
Gold Plate your $399 Apple Watch and Look Rich

If $17,000 is a little out of your price range for the Apple Watch Edition Gold, then there are options available to you ...

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12:37
Apple Hires New General Contractor for Apple Campus 2, Spa...

As construction on its "spaceship" campus in Cupertino continues, Apple has hired a new general contractor, sparking rumors questioning whether the new campus will be finished by the company's prospective 2016 completion date.

According to the Silicon Valley Business Journal, Silicon Valley company Rudolph & Sletten Inc. will take on the buildout of the Campus 2's interior structure, a job that was previously thought to be going to DPR Construction Co. and Skanska USA, the two companies heading up the construction project.

Most recent image of the ongoing construction of Apple Campus 2, from the City of Cupertino.It's unclear why Rudolph & Sletten is being brought in and exactly what DPR/Skanska's involvement will be going forward. Two sources said the DPR-...

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11:55
Apple Painted as an Evil Force against Freemium Music Serv...

The Verge is reporting today that "The Department of Justice is looking closely into Apple’s business practices in relation to its upcoming music streaming service, according to multiple sources." The report further notes that "The Verge has learned that Apple has been pushing major music labels to force streaming services like Spotify to abandon their free tiers ...

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11:13
General Electric to Produce an LED bulb Compatible with Ap...

According to a new report published today, General Electric announced collaborations with Apple and Qualcomm today as it uses digital technology and the growing appetite for data to reinvigorate its 130-year-old lighting business.

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10:06
GE to Create Intelligent LED Lightbulbs Compatible with Ap...

GE today announced plans to take advantage of Apple's HomeKit platform, creating intelligent, color-changing LED lightbulbs that will interface with iOS devices. GE's HomeKit-compatible LED lightbulbs will include GE's Align technology, which aims to improve sleep through controlling blue light output at critical times.

During the day, the Align technology is able to mimic daylight to suppress the production of melatonin for a more awake feeling, adding bright blue tones to white light, and at night, blue light is reduced to promote melatonin production and avoid disrupting circadian sleep rhythms.

"As we continue to grow our infrastructure business by connecting our brilliant industrial machines to the Internet, it is...

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09:32
Samsung just can't Resist Mirroring Apple's Desi...

Samsung has mocked the iPhone and Apple's fan base for years in ads like the one called the wall huggers. They've mocked the iPhone for not being able to ....

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