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Tuesday October 15

06:54
Amazon’s Move Into the Elections Market

U.S. elections are big business. Reuters published a fascinating report into how Amazon moved into the world of politics.

Amazon pitches itself as a low-cost provider of secure election technology at a time when local officials and political campaigns are under intense pressure to prevent a repeat of 2016 presidential elections, which saw cyber-attacks on voting systems and election infrastructure. “The fact that we have invested heavily in this area, it helps to attest to the fact that in over 40 states, the Amazon cloud is being trusted to power in some way, some aspect of elections,” Michael Jackson, leader, Public Health & U.S. Elections at AWS, told prospective government clients in February via a presentation on a webinar, which was viewed by Reuters.


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06:44
Apple TV app comes to the Roku platform

Roku has announced that the Apple TV app is available on the Roku platform starting today. 

Roku users can now add the Apple TV app via the Roku Channel Store to discover and watch movies, TV shows and more, including accessing their iTunes video library and subscribing to Apple TV channels directly on Roku devices. 

Scott Rosenberg, senior vice president/general manager of Platform Business Service, Roku, says that, through the Apple TV app on their Roku devices, customers can: enjoy personalized recommendations of shows and movies; subscribe directly to Apple TV channels and more using their Apple ID and password; browse, buy or rent more than 100,000 movies and TV shows; and watch all the shows and movies they have previously purchased from iTunes.

The Apple TV+ streaming service is due to launch Nov. 1...

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06:41
iPhone 11 Pro Diary: It’s no travel camera, but it’s...

I’d so far given the iPhone 11 Pro camera a very high bar to meet: Could it be good enough that it would be the only camera I’d need while travelling? The answer to that question was a resounding no, even after double-checking.

But that’s mostly because I demand very high quality from my travel photos, so noise that would be largely unnoticeable at web-viewing size would disturb me in prints or when viewing on a large screen, both things I do with travel shots. I also want the ability to shoot 30-second exposures on demand, not when my camera decides it’s dark enough to permit...

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06:41
Apple smart ring could offer Apple Watch...




Apple is continuing to explore the possibility of creating a new wearable in the form of a ring, one that includes a finger-mounted touchscreen that could also be used to transmit commands to another nearby device wirelessly.

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06:40
Disney posts three-hour trailer for Disney+ with...




In order to build hype for their new streaming service, Disney+, Disney has uploaded a three-hour long trailer to YouTube highlighting most of the titles that will be available to watch at launch.

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06:36
Apple Pay Expands to ABN Amro and Other Key European...

Dutch bank ABN Amro today announced it was launching Apple Pay access for its customers, as did German bank IGN and Austrian bunq customers.


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06:36
The Apple TV app is available on Roku

Apple wants Apple TV+ in as many places as possible, even if that means moving beyond its own devices. Today, it announced that the Apple TV app is now available on Roku, and beginning November 1st, Roku users will be able to access Apple TV+ through...

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06:24
Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3....

Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 (https://www.scorpionresearch.com), an update to its barcode creation software for macOS. The upgrade is ready for macOS Catalina.

The software helps users create and print l major barcode symbologies in EPS, PDF, PNG, or TIFF file formats. You can integrate barcodes into popular database, spreadsheet and word processor applications. A command line version is also provided to build scripted solutions. 

Scorpion Barcode 3.10 works with macOS 10.8 or later and costs approximately $30. A demo is available for download.

The post Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 for macOS X appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:24
Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3....

Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 (https://www.scorpionresearch.com), an update to its barcode creation software for macOS. The upgrade is ready for macOS Catalina.

The software helps users create and print l major barcode symbologies in EPS, PDF, PNG, or TIFF file formats. You can integrate barcodes into popular database, spreadsheet and word processor applications. A command line version is also provided to build scripted solutions. 

Scorpion Barcode 3.10 works with macOS 10.8 or later and costs approximately $30. A demo is available for download.

The post Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 for macOS X appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:24
Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3....

Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 (https://www.scorpionresearch.com), an update to its barcode creation software for macOS. The upgrade is ready for macOS Catalina.

The software helps users create and print l major barcode symbologies in EPS, PDF, PNG, or TIFF file formats. You can integrate barcodes into popular database, spreadsheet and word processor applications. A command line version is also provided to build scripted solutions. 

Scorpion Barcode 3.10 works with macOS 10.8 or later and costs approximately $30. A demo is available for download.

The post Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 for macOS X appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:24
Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3....

Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 (https://www.scorpionresearch.com), an update to its barcode creation software for macOS. The upgrade is ready for macOS Catalina.

The software helps users create and print l major barcode symbologies in EPS, PDF, PNG, or TIFF file formats. You can integrate barcodes into popular database, spreadsheet and word processor applications. A command line version is also provided to build scripted solutions. 

Scorpion Barcode 3.10 works with macOS 10.8 or later and costs approximately $30. A demo is available for download.

The post Scorpion Research has rolled out Scorpion BarCode 3.10 for macOS X appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:22
The Apple TV app is compatible with these Roku set...




The promised Apple TV app compatibility for Roku devices has arrived -- assuming you own a relatively new box.

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06:20
Better Finder Rename 11 for macOS introduces file...

publicspace has debuted version 11 of A Better Finder Rename (https://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/), an update of their batch file renaming solution for macOS. 

It’s a tool that caters for a range of file renaming tasks encountered by the creative professional. Version 11 introduces file filtering, auto-increment counters and meta-data, presets and lexical case conversion improvements.

Version 11 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased A Better Finder Rename after the Jan. 1, 2019, or who own a forever upgrade. Discounted upgrade prices are available from the public space web store and start at $12.95 for a single user license. A Better Finder Rename 11 requires macOS 10.10 or higher.

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06:20
Better Finder Rename 11 for macOS introduces file...

publicspace has debuted version 11 of A Better Finder Rename (https://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/), an update of their batch file renaming solution for macOS. 

It’s a tool that caters for a range of file renaming tasks encountered by the creative professional. Version 11 introduces file filtering, auto-increment counters and meta-data, presets and lexical case conversion improvements.

Version 11 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased A Better Finder Rename after the Jan. 1, 2019, or who own a forever upgrade. Discounted upgrade prices are available from the public space web store and start at $12.95 for a single user license. A Better Finder Rename 11 requires macOS 10.10 or higher.

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06:20
Better Finder Rename 11 for macOS introduces file...

publicspace has debuted version 11 of A Better Finder Rename (https://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/), an update of their batch file renaming solution for macOS. 

It’s a tool that caters for a range of file renaming tasks encountered by the creative professional. Version 11 introduces file filtering, auto-increment counters and meta-data, presets and lexical case conversion improvements.

Version 11 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased A Better Finder Rename after the Jan. 1, 2019, or who own a forever upgrade. Discounted upgrade prices are available from the public space web store and start at $12.95 for a single user license. A Better Finder Rename 11 requires macOS 10.10 or higher.

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06:20
Better Finder Rename 11 for macOS introduces file...

publicspace has debuted version 11 of A Better Finder Rename (https://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/), an update of their batch file renaming solution for macOS. 

It’s a tool that caters for a range of file renaming tasks encountered by the creative professional. Version 11 introduces file filtering, auto-increment counters and meta-data, presets and lexical case conversion improvements.

Version 11 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased A Better Finder Rename after the Jan. 1, 2019, or who own a forever upgrade. Discounted upgrade prices are available from the public space web store and start at $12.95 for a single user license. A Better Finder Rename 11 requires macOS 10.10 or higher.

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06:19
Apple TV App Available on Roku Starting Today

Roku today announced that the Apple TV app will be available on its platform starting today, allowing users to access their iTunes libraries of movies and TV shows, the Apple TV Channels feature, and soon Apple TV+.

The Apple TV app can be downloaded from the Roku Channel Store on smart TVs that either have Roku preinstalled or have a Roku dongle connected, although select older Roku models are not supported.

The Apple TV app is available to Roku users in the United States, Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

In addition to Roku, Apple TV+ will be available through the Apple TV app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, select 2018 and newer Samsung smart TVs, and on select LG, Sony, and VIZIO smart TVs in the...

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06:18
iOS 13 Dark Mode support arrives for Microsoft Word...

Back in August, Microsoft teased that it was working on Dark Mode support for its full Office suite for iOS and as it rolled out support for the feature with Outlook. The plan was to have Office Dark Mode support in time for the launch of iOS 13. Even though it’s coming about a month later, it’s great to now see system-wide Dark Mode support arrive for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for iPhone and iPad.

more…

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06:15
SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina

Ben Software has released SecuritySpy 5.1 (http://www.bensoftware.com/securityspy/), an update to the multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. 

The software provides smart motion detection powered by AI, flexible recording, and remote monitoring. Version 5.1 adds macOS 10.15 Catalina support, Metal-accelerated video display, and web-based Mac screen control.

Pricing depends on the number of cameras used, ranging from approximately $40 for a single-camera license to $890 for an unlimited-camera license. SecuritySpy 5.1 requires macOS 10.13 or higher. A demo is available for download.

The post SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:15
SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina

Ben Software has released SecuritySpy 5.1 (http://www.bensoftware.com/securityspy/), an update to the multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. 

The software provides smart motion detection powered by AI, flexible recording, and remote monitoring. Version 5.1 adds macOS 10.15 Catalina support, Metal-accelerated video display, and web-based Mac screen control.

Pricing depends on the number of cameras used, ranging from approximately $40 for a single-camera license to $890 for an unlimited-camera license. SecuritySpy 5.1 requires macOS 10.13 or higher. A demo is available for download.

The post SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:15
SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina

Ben Software has released SecuritySpy 5.1 (http://www.bensoftware.com/securityspy/), an update to the multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. 

The software provides smart motion detection powered by AI, flexible recording, and remote monitoring. Version 5.1 adds macOS 10.15 Catalina support, Metal-accelerated video display, and web-based Mac screen control.

Pricing depends on the number of cameras used, ranging from approximately $40 for a single-camera license to $890 for an unlimited-camera license. SecuritySpy 5.1 requires macOS 10.13 or higher. A demo is available for download.

The post SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:15
SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina

Ben Software has released SecuritySpy 5.1 (http://www.bensoftware.com/securityspy/), an update to the multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. 

The software provides smart motion detection powered by AI, flexible recording, and remote monitoring. Version 5.1 adds macOS 10.15 Catalina support, Metal-accelerated video display, and web-based Mac screen control.

Pricing depends on the number of cameras used, ranging from approximately $40 for a single-camera license to $890 for an unlimited-camera license. SecuritySpy 5.1 requires macOS 10.13 or higher. A demo is available for download.

The post SecuritySpy 5.1 ready for macOS Catalina appeared first on MacTech.com.

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06:07
Apple TV app launching on Roku devices today ahead...

The Apple TV app is launching on Roku devices today, just in time for Apple’s TV+ streaming debut on November 1st. The TV app can be downloaded thorugh the Roku channel store, allowing Roku users to access their iTunes purchases, Apple TV Channels, and Apple TV+.

The company says the app will be compatible with most Roku devices, including the Roku streaming stick and Roku Ultra set-top box. However, “select older Roku models” are not supported.

more…

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06:05
We're live at the Made by Google 2019 launch...

It's a beautiful, Fall day in New York City, and there's no better way to start it off than with a coffee, a long queue of journalists outside The Shed, and the promise of some new Google hardware.

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06:02
Apple launches Iconic Duos and Halloween movie sale...

Apple is back with a new movie sale this week focused on Halloween titles and iconic duos. Deals start at $5 across a wide range of genres with each listing becoming a permanent part of your library. You’ll also find this week’s $1 HD rental and more down below. Hit the jump for all of our top picks.

more…

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06:00
Lyft is collaborating with Uber, Ford and Toyota on...

Self-driving technology has the potential to increase road safety, as some dramatic video from Tesla and others has shown. However, the dark side of it has made bigger headlines thanks to notorious accidents during autonomous operations in Uber and T...

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06:00
Neuvana's stress-reducing earbuds are available...

Neuvana's calming earbuds are nearly here after a long, long development process, although you may be in for a few surprises. The company has started taking pre-orders for its nerve-stimulating Xen buds at a $399 price ahead of their winter release....

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06:00
Get a Deal on Luminar 3 and Make Your Photography...

I do a lot of photography, and often get “WOW!” remarks from friends and total strangers. Wanna know a secret? I run my best photos through Luminar 3, award-wining photography software from Skylum that can take a good photo and turn it into a masterpiece. Luminar 3 is on sale today for $29.

Luminar 3 is the fastest way to make your photos stand out. A cutting-edge photography software, Luminar boasts many innovative features. With Accent AI 2.0, you can make dozens of adjustments using one slider. The new “human-aware” technology recognizes people and applies adjustments selectively for more realistic results. You can enhance the skies in...

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05:56
Apple granted another patent for an ‘Apple Ring’...

Could Apple have another wearable device planned in addition to the Apple Watch? Possibly. The company has been granted another patent for an “Apple Ring.”

The patent — dubbed “devices, methods, and user interfaces for a wearable electronic ring computing device” — would allow the wearer to control an external electronic device (an iPad, Mac, or even a TV, perhaps) with a finger-ring-mounted touchscreen that includes a computer processor, wireless transceiver, and rechargeable power source.

Actually, Apple has a two-ring system in mind. One is worn on a first finger and receives an input from a second finger. The wearer could select from several touch events associated with the input with the command wirelessly transmitted to the external electronic device.

What’s the purpose of such a system? In the patent filing, Apple says that the use of existing touchpads and touch-screen displays can be “cumbersome, inconvenient, or...

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05:54
Apple Tells Apple TV+ Creators to Tread With Caution...

In light of Apple removing a protest tracker in its App Store, the Cupertino-based company was reported to tell its Apple TV+ show runners to avoid portraying China ‘in a…

The post Apple Tells Apple TV+ Creators to Tread With Caution Regarding China appeared first on iLounge.

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05:53
Das Keyboard 4 Professional is the Perfect Magic...

Feeling underwhelmed by the tactile experience the Magic Keyboard offers? The Das Keyboard 4 Professional with Cherry MX Brown Switch is the ideal solution. It is currently on sale for…

The post Das Keyboard 4 Professional is the Perfect Magic Keyboard Alternative, Now Only $145.50 appeared first on iLounge.

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05:52
New Apple Amsterdam Store Opens October 24

The Apple Store in Amsterdam will be opening October 24 following a lengthy period of renovation. Its new design will include a new video wall that will be used for…

The post New Apple Amsterdam Store Opens October 24 appeared first on iLounge.

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05:52
Emmy Magazine Features ‘See’ and Offers 3 Months...

Emmy Magazine is giving subscribers a behind-the-scenes special of the upcoming Apple TV+ drama ‘See’ and 3 months of free Apple TV+ when the service launches November 1. ‘See’ is…

The post Emmy Magazine Features ‘See’ and Offers 3 Months Free Apple TV+ appeared first on iLounge.

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05:45
Apple Card Credit Reporting is Rolling Out Now,...

Recent stories suggested that Apple Card information is not being sent to credit bureaus, but a source within Apple disputed these claims.


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05:45
'Fortnite' Chapter 2 is the fresh start...

I've played Fortnite for over 1,400 hours, but never quite like this. While exploring today's release of Chapter 2, I swam through crystal-clear rivers, carried a downed teammate and ate a flopper fish while waiting for a speedboat to pick me up. Aft...

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05:44
Invention is for improved warning info system on an...

Let the Apple car rumors roll on. Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,446,018) for “controlled display of warning information” in a vehicle.

In the patent filing, the tech giant notes that vehicles often include one or more elements that can augment manual navigation of the vehicle, an occupant's ride experience within the vehicle. For example, an automobile can include a rear-view camera device that captures images of portions of an external environment that’s near the car’s rear end and a display the images in a display in the vehicle interior. As a result, the driver can navigate the vehicle and prevent hitting obstacles or people.

However, Apple thinks it can improve upon current systems. The tech giant’s invention involves a controlled display of prompts that proving warning info based not only on images, but also the behind-the-wheel history of the driver.

Here’s the summary of the patent: "Some embodiments...

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05:33
Watch Google's Pixel 4 event right here at 10AM...

Yes, it's finally time -- A month after the invitations went out, the next Made by Google event is upon us. You can watch the livestream here starting at 10AM Eastern in addition to following our liveblog. There's a lot expected at this event, and...

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05:32
Apple Wins Headset Patent designed to work with...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 59 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover a granted patent regarding a headset, single lens or full smart glasses invention that includes a head and/or eye tracking system. While the headset or glasses will work with mixed reality games, the unique aspect of this invention is that the headset will be able to work with real world applications like a spreadsheet.

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05:31
Editorial: Will Apple's $6k+ Mac Pro require...




Apple's high-end pro market has long wished for a seriously fast Mac workstation. The premium new system Apple debuted at WWDC19 is one of the most expensive Macs ever, but it is being sold at a time when unit sales of desktop Macs are small and not really growing. Will Apple have to brainwash the masses to buy it?

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05:24
BBEdit 13.0.1 - Powerful text and HTML editor.

BBEdit is the leading professional HTML and text editor for the Mac. Specifically crafted in response to the needs of Web authors and software developers, this award-winning product provides a plethora of features for editing, searching, and manipulation of text. BBEdit transforms text with high performance.

An intelligent interface provides easy access to BBEdit's best of class features including grep pattern matching, search and replace across multiple files, function navigation and syntax coloring for numerous source code languages, FTP and SFTP open and save, AppleScript, Perl, and OS X Unix scripting support, glossary support, and a complete set of HTML tools.



Version 13.0.1:

Note: A BBEdit 13 serial number is required to use licensed features in this version

  • Contains fixes for reported issues



  • macOS 10.14.2 or later



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05:24
Apple's self-driving car could hide radar...




A future Apple-designed self-driving vehicle may not show any external signs of its automated functionality, with Apple looking into how radar systems could be made smaller, lighter, and cheaper in a bid to hide them from the view of other road users looking at the vehicle.

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05:00
Facebook Portal review (2019): A redesign doesn...

When Facebook debuted its Portal video chat devices last year, they were met with a great deal of skepticism. After all, the company doesn't exactly have a stellar reputation on security and privacy. Following their release, Facebook faced even furth...

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04:50
A Better Finder Rename 11.00 - File, photo, and MP3...

A Better Finder Rename is the most complete renaming solution available on the market today. That's why, since 1996, tens of thousands of hobbyists, professionals and businesses depend on A Better Finder Rename to organize and maintain files.

The Instant Preview feature eliminates guesswork and costly errors and helps you find the right settings quickly and accurately by providing as-you-type feedback.

A Better Finder Rename offers a complete set of renaming options that are organized into 15 categories covering all the text, character, position, conversion and truncation features that you would expect from a file renamer, but it does not stop there. The multi-step renaming feature allows multiple renaming steps to be combined to deal with complex renaming jobs in a single operation. Unlike other tools, A Better Finder Rename allows any number of renaming actions to be combined, re-ordered, copied and deleted.



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04:45
AMC is launching its own on-demand movie service

If you can't beat them, join them. AMC Entertainment, the largest theater chain in the world, will soon be offering movies to stream at home, according to the New York Times.

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04:37
Credit reporting on Apple Card holders rolling out...




Despite reports that neither Apple nor Apple Card issuer Goldman Sachs were reporting the usual payment details to credit bureaus, the information is now beginning to be sent.

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04:27
AMC Theater takes on iTunes with online video store...

Apple may be moving into streaming video next month, but renting and buying movies online is still big business – and AMC Theater wants a piece of it.

The movie theater chain is diversifying into on-demand movie rental and sales in direct competition with iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube …

more…

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04:25
GoFundMe's new platform is just for charities...

The GoFundMe platform has been used to crowdfund everything from payments for U.S. government workers during the recent shutdown to back payments of royalties for a classic early hip hop track. Soon, the site will support even more charitable giving,...

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04:18
Here are all the Apple Pay banks added during 2018...




Apple is now regularly updating its roster of banks and credit unions with Apple Pay. Here are all the card issuers added in 2018-2019, in the U.S. and abroad, updated on October 15 with new issuers in Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands.

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04:01
Apple Pay today comes to new banks in Austria,...

Apple Pay today continues its European expansion, coming to new banks in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands – some five years after the mobile wallet service first launched in the USA.

Bunq expands today to Austria, its eighth European country after Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain …

more…

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04:01
The Morning After: Listing 'basically...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

We spent most of yesterday watching Disney's Twitter account spam everything (we mean everything) that'll be live on Disney+ when it launches soon. Seminal works like, er, The Secret of the Magic Gourd, Million...

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04:00
Apple wins Patent Covering their 3D Augmented...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 59 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's patent relating to electronic devices for virtual/augmented reality, including but not limited to electronic devices for measuring physical spaces and/or objects using virtual/augmented reality environments. While the invention technically covers Apple's iOS "Measuring" app, it also covers ...

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04:00
Gillette Heated Razor is a cut above competitors (...

I can’t grow a nice beard like my AWT compadre, Steve Sande. Which is just as well, since I love the feel of a clean shave. I shave every morning, which is why I was intrigued to test out the Gillette Heated Razor.

First of all, let me point out that this is not a razor for everyone — mainly due to its $230 price tag. That said, I’ve never had closer, smoother, more enjoyable shaves than the ones I have with the Heated Razor. 

Touted to “deliver the comfort of a hot towel with every stroke,” the razor comes with a heated strip that touches your skin as you shave. Don’t expect to get an experience as fine as a hot towel shave in a barber shop, but, as...

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04:00
How to use Voice Control in iOS 13

iOS 13 introduces Voce Control, a feature that allows you to control your iPhone without touching it. To activate you:

  • Open the Settings app.

  • Tap Accessibility.

  • Tap Voice Control.

  • Toggle the Voice Control button to On.

Once Voice Control is activated, you'll see a grid appear across your iPhone screen. The smartphone is now listening for your voice. It will acknowledge your commands by dictating what you say at the top of the screen.

If, like me, you probably didn’t know what commands are available the first time you used Voice Control. For an overview of what you can say and do, tap Customize Commands. The plethora of commons are listed by category. Tapping one will show you all of the different accepted phrases that will trigger a specific action.

You can add your own commands by...

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04:00
How to switch from iCloud Photos to just plain Photos

iCloud Photos provides a great service. Deeply embedded into iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and iCloud, with the feature enabled, every photo you take and every video you record is automatically uploaded to your central iCloud account and then synchronized as a thumbnail or full-resolution image to all your devices linked to the same iCloud account that also have iCloud Photos enabled.

As photo collections grow, some people balk at paying Apple for increasing amounts of iCloud storage, however, and they don’t need or want synchronization across all their devices in quite this way.

You can shed the iCloud part of iCloud Photos and stick just to Photos if you like. You can then opt to sync a different way if you still want that feature—and at no cost.

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03:59
Apple starts production of iPhone XR in India, plans...




Foxconn has just started local production of the iPhone XR at its plant in India and will later make the iPhone 11 too. The move will save manufacturing costs, but Apple reportedly doesn't plan price cuts.

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03:35
Facebook axes its Confetti trivia game in the US and...

Facebook has continued to adjust the programming offered through its Watch platform by cutting shows that don't bring in enough viewers. Now, one year after it launched, the company has called time on its Confetti trivia game show. The interactive st...

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03:33
Juniper Networks releases 2019 State of Network...

Juniper Networks — which specializes in secure, AI-driven network — released the first edition of the State of Network Automation Report (SoNAR). With this report, Juniper aims to identify key trends and challenges to support enterprises and service providers in achieving increasingly business-critical automation objectives.

“The networking industry has seen decades of progress in the technology and tools that enable automation but despite becoming increasingly business critical, adoption continues to be a challenge,” says Sumeet Singh, vice president of Engineering at Juniper Networks. “At Juniper, we know that, while imperative, broad automation adoption will require enterprises to embark on transformational journeys that go well beyond products and technology. Through resources like SoNAR, EngNet, and NRE Labs we aim to provide the guidance enterprises need to succeed in this journey.”

SoNAR is the result of in-depth...

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03:33
Juniper Networks releases 2019 State of Network...

Juniper Networks — which specializes in secure, AI-driven network — released the first edition of the State of Network Automation Report (SoNAR). With this report, Juniper aims to identify key trends and challenges to support enterprises and service providers in achieving increasingly business-critical automation objectives.

“The networking industry has seen decades of progress in the technology and tools that enable automation but despite becoming increasingly business critical, adoption continues to be a challenge,” says Sumeet Singh, vice president of Engineering at Juniper Networks. “At Juniper, we know that, while imperative, broad automation adoption will require enterprises to embark on transformational journeys that go well beyond products and technology. Through resources like SoNAR, EngNet, and NRE Labs we aim to provide the guidance enterprises need to succeed in this journey.”

SoNAR is the result of in-depth...

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03:33
Juniper Networks releases 2019 State of Network...

Juniper Networks — which specializes in secure, AI-driven network — released the first edition of the State of Network Automation Report (SoNAR). With this report, Juniper aims to identify key trends and challenges to support enterprises and service providers in achieving increasingly business-critical automation objectives.

“The networking industry has seen decades of progress in the technology and tools that enable automation but despite becoming increasingly business critical, adoption continues to be a challenge,” says Sumeet Singh, vice president of Engineering at Juniper Networks. “At Juniper, we know that, while imperative, broad automation adoption will require enterprises to embark on transformational journeys that go well beyond products and technology. Through resources like SoNAR, EngNet, and NRE Labs we aim to provide the guidance enterprises need to succeed in this journey.”

SoNAR is the result of in-depth...

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03:33
Juniper Networks releases 2019 State of Network...

Juniper Networks — which specializes in secure, AI-driven network — released the first edition of the State of Network Automation Report (SoNAR). With this report, Juniper aims to identify key trends and challenges to support enterprises and service providers in achieving increasingly business-critical automation objectives.

“The networking industry has seen decades of progress in the technology and tools that enable automation but despite becoming increasingly business critical, adoption continues to be a challenge,” says Sumeet Singh, vice president of Engineering at Juniper Networks. “At Juniper, we know that, while imperative, broad automation adoption will require enterprises to embark on transformational journeys that go well beyond products and technology. Through resources like SoNAR, EngNet, and NRE Labs we aim to provide the guidance enterprises need to succeed in this journey.”

SoNAR is the result of in-depth...

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03:18
Apple Pay Expands to Additional Banks in Germany,...

Apple Pay has expanded to more banks in Europe today, including ING in Germany, bunq in Austria, and ABN AMRO in the Netherlands.

ING supporting ‌Apple Pay‌ in Germany is notable after a lengthy waiting period following the original announcement. ‌Apple Pay‌ made its debut in Germany in December, allowing iPhone and Apple Watch users in the country to take advantage of the contactless mobile payments service if their card issuer supports it.

Meanwhile, the Federation of German Cooperative banks (BVR) are said to be preparing for ‌Apple Pay‌ support, as are the Sparkassen...

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03:15
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo offers predictions as to iPhone...

When analyst Ming-Chi Kuo drops details as to forthcoming Apple products, people listen.

Late Sunday, the analyst released additional details as to the upcoming iPhone 2, which Kuo has previously stated will launch in early 2020.

Kuo stated that the iPhone SE 2’s body will be similar to the iPhone 8, and will arrive in 64GB and 128GB storage configurations with three color options: silver, space gray, and red. He also predicts that the starting price for the new cheaper iPhone will be $399.

He also stated that the iPhone 8 will ship with the latest A13 processor as well as 3GB of RAM onboard. This means it will have the same processor as the just-launched iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, albeit with 1 GB less RAM.

Not surprisingly, the handset will not feature 3D Touch functionality, which has been removed from Apple’s flagship 2019 iPhones.

Kuo continues to believe that Apple will announce the iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of next year.

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03:00
Some eGPU configurations experiencing difficulties...

As promising as macOS Catalina is, its apparently failing to work with some external GPU (eGPU) configurations.

While Apple has steadily improved its eGPS support, a number of specific Mac and eGPU combinations seem to not be working.

According to user reports, it seems that Radeon 570 and 580-based eGPUs are having issues with assorted Macs, most specifically the current Mac mini.

Typical problems reported by many users include an inability to boot up the Mac with a display connected to the eGPU. If the Mac will start with the monitor attached, it immediately restarts. Others report their Macs freezing.

An initial test confirmed the issue with a Sonnet eGPU and the Sapphire 570 card, despite this being within Apple’s own developer kit only two years ago.

Various tests have indicated that the Vega 56, Vega 64, and Vega VII cards in any eGPU enclosure of suitable power aren’t affected by the issue. Additionally, an eGPU installed and connected to a...

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03:00
Astell&Kern T9iE in-ear monitor review:...

Astell&Kern joined with high-end headphone builder Beyerdynamic to formulate the elegant, high-performance, but pricey T9iE in-ear monitors.

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03:00
Wyze Bulb review: A tunable white light bulb with a...

This $8 smart bulb is tough to beat, unless you're looking for a smart home product with a broader ecosystem that includes full-spectrum color bulbs and other devices, akin to Philips Hue.

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03:00
Elusive 11: The terrible, hard-to-buy iPhone

It turns out the iPhone 11 Pro appears to be selling very well. Which is terrible.

Writing for Vice, Jason Koebler says “It Is Currently Impossible to Exchange Money for an iPhone.” (Tip o’ the antler to Nick.)

What about two wheat for an iPhone?

Three wheat?

Three wheat and one lumber! That’s my final offer!

No one?

I should not have built my settlement next to the desert.

When I walked into an Apple Store in Brooklyn yesterday and asked for a phone (“I want to buy a phone," I said)…

To read this article in full, please click here

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03:00
Best headphones: Our top picks for personal listening

Whether you're looking for an over-the-ear, on-ear, or in-ear model, we'll help you find the perfect pair.

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02:46
Apple has won its First Smart Ring Patent with...

On September 25, Patently Apple posted two reports (01 & 02) covering Amazon's product event wherein they introduced a first-gen smart ring branded the Echo Loop as illustrated below. In 2016 Microsoft filed for a smart ring patent. Apple filed for a smart ring patent in 2015 and we covered it in a patent report titled "Apple introduces us to the Apple Ring in all its Glory." Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple this invention.

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02:45
'Fortnite' Chapter 2 is here: New map,...

The wait is over: Epic Games made its fanbase stare at a black hole long enough, and has decided to end its cryptic blackout and give Fortnite a huge new update, which the company is calling Chapter 2. As expected, the battle royale shooter features...

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02:30
The complete 'Life is Strange 2' is...

If you still enjoy buying physical copies of games, here's one you may want to add to your wishlist: Life is Strange 2 is getting a physical release for the PS4, the Xbox One and PC. Dontnod and Square Enix are releasing a Standard Edition and a Coll...

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00:41
Sling TV's free streaming comes to Android and...

Sling TV offers cord-cutting cable packages and movie rentals, but until recently you needed a subscription starting at $25 per month. Earlier this year, however, it unveiled a free streaming option for select episodes of Hell's Kitchen, Project Runw...

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Monday October 14

23:15
Walmart will take on Amazon with discounted third-...

Walmart wants some of your holiday shopping money, and it has launched a new program that could make you think twice about buying everything from Amazon. According to Bloomberg, the retail giant plans to offer limited time sales on items from third-p...

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19:43
Hulu brings 4K content to the Xbox One

Hulu is still in the midst of returning 4K content to its streaming service. As of today, owners of 4K-capable Xbox One models can play The Handmaid's Tale, Castle Rock and other shows (mostly Hulu originals) at full resolution. You can also expect...

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19:05
What's on TV this week: 'Watchmen'

This week YouTube kicks off its book club series with a Malcolm Gladwell roundtable interview on Booktube. The MLB playoffs continue, and Netflix has a slew of new series. Movie fans can stream Hobbs & Shaw or snag Scarface in 4K on Ultra HD Blu-...

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18:46
AMC launches new video on demand platform to take on...




AMC Entertainment is going from the theater to the home with the launch of an iTunes-style video on demand service for renting and buying movies.

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18:05
Snapchat on iOS adds integration with Reddit for...

Reddit is teaming up with Snapchat to make it easier to share content between platforms. Starting today, when you tap the share sheet in the Reddit app on iOS, you’ll see a new option to share directly to Snapchat.

more…

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17:38
Ford's remote car starting and unlocking are...

Until now, all of FordPass' connected car features have been locked behind a subscription, no matter how basic -- while you could get up to five years of 'trial' service, it wasn't fun to lose remote unlocking simply because you didn't want to pay up...

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16:30
Roundup: Everything we know about the iPhone SE 2,...

Rumors of a new entry-level iPhone have picked up steam lately, thanks in large part to reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The new low-cost iPhone will reportedly target people still using older devices like the iPhone 6 that can’t run iOS 13. Read on as we round up what we know so far about the iPhone SE 2 features, specifications, and more.

more…

The post Roundup: Everything we know about the iPhone SE 2, and what not to expect appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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16:30
Facebook's Libra loses one more member as its...

Facebook couldn't avoid losing another Libra Association member before it formalized the cryptocurrency's council. Booking Holding, the company behind Booking.com, Kayak and Priceline, has withdrawn from the Libra Association just before the organiz...

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15:55
The UK likely got more power from renewables than...

The UK generated more power from renewable sources than from fossil fuels in the third quarter of 2019. This is the first time that's happened since the UK opened its first public electricity-generating station in 1882. The findings, revealed in an a...

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15:49
Apple updates AirPort Utility app with iOS 13...




Following complaints of incompatibility with iOS 13, Apple on Monday issued an update to its AirPort Utility app, allowing users of devices running the latest operating system to control and manage the now discontinued first-party routers.

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15:46
Productivity Coach Brittany Smith – TMO Background...

Brittany Smith is a productivity coach who provides a variety of consulting services through her business, Devise and Conquer, that includes ADD/ADHD coaching, technology coaching, productivity consulting, and more. She is a self-designated “well-rounded geek.” She holds an M.S. degree in Cognitive Neuroscience.

In our chat Brittany told me about her adventures with home made videos, with a PC, as a youth. Her father was a podiatrist and her mother was a programmer, so there were always computers in the house. But the Vista version of Windows drove her into the arms of the Mac. In the second half of the show we delved into just what cognitive neuroscience is, her productivity and Apple tech coaching. Along the way we chatted about the influence of Star Trek (and Disneyland) on her career. Brittany sparkles in this interview.


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15:40
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15:19
One of Linux's most important commands had a...

If you've used the command line in Linux or a Unix-based platform like macOS, you're probably familiar with the "sudo" command -- it lets you run tasks with different (usually elevated) permissions than you'd otherwise have. It's powerful, but it wa...

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15:17
Apple orders Ted Lasso series for its upcoming...

Variety says that Apple has given a series order to Ted Lasso for its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming service. Jason Sudeikis will star, write, and executive produce the series.

In the series, he’ll play Lasso, an idealistic all-American football coach hired to manage an English football club despite having no soccer coaching experience. 

The character originally appeared in an NBC Sports video in 2013 to help promote the fact that NBC Sports would begin broadcasting English Premier League games. Variety notes that it proved so successful that NBC brought the character back the following year to serve as an analyst.

The Apple TV+ streaming service is due to launch Nov. 1 at a price of $4.99 per month. However, you can get a free year’s subscription with the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or...

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15:11
Hands-on: Luxaflex PowerView-controlled Pirouette...

Interested in bringing highly functional and sleek smart shades with HomeKit and Siri support to your windows? Below we go hands-on with the Luxaflex Pirouette Shades controlled by the PowerView motor. Follow along for a look at installing, getting set up, and controlling the PowerView-controlled Pirouette Shades with iOS, Siri, and HomeKit. more…

The post Hands-on: Luxaflex PowerView-controlled Pirouette Shades w/ HomeKit [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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15:09
Apple issues rare update to AirPort Utility...

Apple today has issued a rare update for its AirPort Utility application on iOS. While the AirPort hardware itself has long been discontinued, Apple continues to support the ecosystem when necessary.

more…

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14:57
Apple gives series order to ‘Ted Lasso’ comedy...

Apple continues to expand its original content road map as the launch of Apple TV+ nears. Variety reports today that Apple has given a series order to Ted Lasso starring Jason Sudeikis.

more…

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14:42
New leak shows Google’s Nest Mini comes with a wall...

We're less than a day away from the start of Google's 2019 fall hardware event, but that doesn't mean the leaks have to stop. WinFuture's Roland Quandt, a frequent leaker with a solid track record, just shared official-looking images of Google's upco...

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14:10
Harley-Davidson suspends LiveWire production over a...

Harley-Davidson has suspended the production and delivery of its LiveWire electric motorcycles. During final tests, the company discovered a problem related to the vehicle's charging equipment. The company told The Wall Street Journal that tests to p...

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13:52
Uber lays off employees from Eats, self-driving cars...

Uber has cut around 350 more employees across several of its divisions. The company said it's the "last wave of a process" that saw layoffs in marketing, then product and engineering over the last few months. This time around, Uber has laid off membe...

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13:50
NBA stars tout Powerbeats Pro in new ad




A new Powerbeats Pro ad titled "NBA Unleashed" has gone up on the official Beats by Dre YouTube channel and features some notable NBA players.

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13:46
How to check iPad and Mac Sidecar requirements

Sidecar is a slick new feature that’s arrived with macOS Catalina and iPadOS 13 that lets users turn their iPad into an external Mac display either wirelessly or wired. Follow along for how to check iPad and Mac Sidecar hardware requirements and more.

more…

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13:36
Nubia’s $529 dual-screen phone is now available in...

While we've seen Android phone manufacturers, particularly ones like Oppo and OnePlus, experiment with pop-up cameras to create phones without any display cutouts, China's Nubia is approaching the challenge in an unusual way. Instead of a pop-up self...

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13:29
Developer Offers Tips for How to Handle Getting...

Savannah Reising of Astropad posted a killer blog post (via Dave Mark at The Loop) offering six tips for how to handle being sherlocked by Apple. Getting sherlocked means that Apple just announced the product, software, or feature that you built your business on, and it’s a known risk for Apple ecosystem veterans. It happened to Astropad when Apple announced Sidecar at WWDC this past June. Her lessons include Know your true competition; Don’t wait to diversify; Build a culture of experimentation; Go where your customers go; Seize the narrative; and, When Apple goes wide — dive deep. It’s a very good read, and I strongly recommend it.

But now that the Sidecar dust has settled, I want to share our experience with other players in the Apple ecosystem. My intent is two-fold: On a personal level...

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13:10
Apple launches dedicated media site for Apple TV+...




In preparation for the launch of Apple TV+, the iPhone maker has set up a press site dedicated to the content the video streaming service will air, something other streaming services also provides to the media to better inform about upcoming content.

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13:06
Relocated Items in macOS Catalina Explained

After upgrading to macOS Catalina, you may be surprised to discover a shortcut on your Mac's desktop to a Relocated Items folder that wasn't there previously. The generation of this folder is actually normal behavior when upgrading an older version of macOS to Catalina, but we're highlighting it in this article because a lot of users are confused about why the folder exists and what to do with its contents.

What Are Relocated Items?

Relocated items are older files and data from previous macOS installations that Apple is not sure what to do with after upgrading to Catalina.

Catalina is the first version of macOS to adopt wholesale the relatively new Apple File System (APFS), which is optimized for the flash storage used in recent Macs. Aside from introducing a bunch of other new technical features, an APFS-formatted disk uses a space-sharing "container" that can house multiple secure "volumes" or...

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13:06
Relocated Items in macOS Catalina Explained

After upgrading to macOS Catalina, you may be surprised to discover a shortcut on your Mac's desktop to a Relocated Items folder that wasn't there previously. The generation of this folder is actually normal behavior when upgrading an older version of macOS to Catalina, but we're highlighting it in this article because a lot of users are confused about why the folder exists and what to do with its contents.

What Are Relocated Items?

Relocated items are older files and data from previous macOS installations that Apple is not sure what to do with after upgrading to Catalina.

Catalina is the first version of macOS to adopt wholesale the relatively new Apple File System (APFS), which is optimized for the flash storage used in recent Macs. Aside from introducing a bunch of other new technical features, an APFS-formatted disk uses a space-sharing "container" that can house multiple secure "volumes" or...

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13:00
North Korea Targets Macs with Fake Cryptocurency...

North Korean hacking group “Lazarus Group” has been targeting Macs with a bit of fake website used to promote an open source app that served as a trojan horse. The fake site was called JMT Trading, and was designed to look like a trading platform. To use the trading platform, you had to download an app from Github, but even though the app was open source, it contained malware for Macs, with the whole scheme being part of North Korea’s efforts to steal Bitcoin. Check out Forbes‘s report:

The hackers may then go a step further by contacting administrators and users of cryptocurrency exchanges, asking them to test and review their new app, Wardle told Forbes. If they get lucky, they get a bit of leverage in an official cryptocurrency vendor and start infecting targets.


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12:47
Apple launches press site for upcoming Apple TV+...

Apple has launched a new press site for its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming service.

The site offers info on 15 upcoming shows. Click on a show’s icon and you can see a summary of the show, videos, photos and info on the cast and crew.

The Apple TV+ streaming service is due to launch Nov. 1 at a price of $4.99 per month. However, you can get a free year’s subscription with the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV.



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12:45
Apple Launches Dedicated Press Site for Apple TV+...

This represents the reality that press needs for entertainment are different from the press needs of a technology giant.


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12:34
Compared: Apple's iPhone 11 Pro versus Samsung...




AppleInsider pits Apple's latest flagship smartphones -- the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max -- against the comparable Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ to see which truly is the best performer.

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12:20
Apple Launches New Press Site With Details on...

Apple has launched a new press site for its upcoming Apple TV+ service, offering quick access to details on each of the movies and series coming to the service.

Feature pages on each title include summaries, release dates, cast lists, trailers and photos, and press contacts.

Apple is currently featuring 15 titles on the press page, eight of which will be launching on November 1 alongside the service's debut. Others will be following in later weeks, while some are still listed only as "coming soon."

‌Apple TV‌+ will be priced at $4.99 per month with a one-week free trial. Users who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, ‌Apple TV‌, iPod touch, or Mac on or after September 10 will qualify for a free one-year subscription. Up to six...

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12:18
Fortnite Sucks Island into Black Hole in Season ‘The...

Called “The End,” the Season X finale for the world’s most popular game ended with the island that plays host to the game being sucked into a black hole.


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11:41
Bitcoin Top Crypto on the Darkweb, but Privacy-...

Bitcoin remains the cryptocurrency of choice on the dark web, according to a report from TheNextWeb. That might be mostly a matter of inertia, however, as privacy-oriented cryptos are gaining steam. Cryptos like Monero and Dash, as well as others, have features baked into their underlying blockchain that can make it much harder to trace transactions. From TheNextWeb‘s coverage:

Bitcoin is still very much the dark web‘s favorite cryptocurrency, but those looking to cover their tracks are slowly learning to use privacy-focused alternatives. […] Authorities say there has been a more “pronounced shift” towards more privacy-orientated cryptocurrencies, and expects this trend to continue as criminals become more security aware.


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11:26
This PC Case Headed to Kickstarter Looks a Lot Like...

There’s a new Kickstarter project for a PC case making waves because of its similarity to Apple’s as-yet-unshipped Mac Pro. That mostly because it looks exactly like Apple’s as-yet-unshipped Mac Pro. Honestly, I’d be surprised if Apple doesn’t attempt to squash it, and I’d be only slightly less surprised if they failed to do so. In any event, this case looks like the Mac Pro, but is designed for off-the-shelf PC components. It will come with a front that looks more like Apple’s original cheese grater Mac Pro, but there’s an optional “patent pending” “noise dampener” front and back that looks like Apple’s new cheese grater. The accompanying image would be that optional front, on the left, and the accompanying back plate, on the right. There are many more pics on the rather slick website linked below. No pricing has been announced, but it launches on Kickstarter on October 21st.

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10:48
Editorial: Apple's American-made Mac Pro isn...




Apple is radically changing the design of the Mac Pro but still plans to continue building it in the United States. That doesn't mean, however, that it can do the same for everything else it makes. Here's a look at why.

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10:41
UBS: Overall iPhone demand in China was up 230% in...

A note to clients from from the UBS Asia Hardware team — as noted by Apple. 3.0 — says that monthly government data suggests overall iPhone demand in China 230% in September. That compares to 110% monthly growth in September 2018, according to the investment bank.

Here’s what UBS has to say: “This is wholly consistent with recent procurement data/estimates A stronger sell-through combined with our supply chain work leads us to believe there is upside to our current iPhone unit estimate of flat for the Dec. quarter and flat Y/Y in F20. Apple stock is up ~8% against the S&P 500 down ~1% since the launch of iPhone 11 – an atypical seasonal pattern that we think duly reflects both our optimism about C2020 and AAPL’s prominence as a major global underweight for portfolio managers.

“Several factors are contributing to strong iPhone demand including a...

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10:39
Apple TV+ interface is more important to streaming...




A consumer research report claims that users of video services like Netflix are more likely to recommend it to others because of the user interface and overall ease of use, more than what programming is available.

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10:21
Safari Browsing Data, iPhone Present/Future – TMO...

Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss where Apple is routing browser data, iPhone 11 sales, and the SE 2.


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10:15
CuriosityStream 3-Year Subscription: $45

We have a deal on a 3-year subscription for CuriosityStream, the streaming and on-demand service with more than 2,000 documentaries and shows. It works in a browser, iOS, Apple TV 4 and above, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and more. It’s $45 through our deal.


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10:10
Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1

Bare Bones Software (www.barebones.com)  has released BBEdit 13.0.1, a maintenance release of its pro HTML and text editor.

The new version includes fixes for specific reported issues. It’s a recommended and free update to all registered customers with BBEdit 13.

BBEdit offers an evaluation model in which BBEdit’s full feature set is available for the first 30 days of use. At the end of the 30-day evaluation period, BBEdit will continue to run with a permanent feature set that includes its editing capabilities, but not its web authoring tools or other exclusive features. 

BBEdit’s exclusive features may be re-enabled at any time with a purchased

license. The app requires macOS 10.14.2 or later.

The post Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1 appeared first on...

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10:10
Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1

Bare Bones Software (www.barebones.com)  has released BBEdit 13.0.1, a maintenance release of its pro HTML and text editor.

The new version includes fixes for specific reported issues. It’s a recommended and free update to all registered customers with BBEdit 13.

BBEdit offers an evaluation model in which BBEdit’s full feature set is available for the first 30 days of use. At the end of the 30-day evaluation period, BBEdit will continue to run with a permanent feature set that includes its editing capabilities, but not its web authoring tools or other exclusive features. 

BBEdit’s exclusive features may be re-enabled at any time with a purchased

license. The app requires macOS 10.14.2 or later.

The post Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1 appeared first on...

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10:10
Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1

Bare Bones Software (www.barebones.com)  has released BBEdit 13.0.1, a maintenance release of its pro HTML and text editor.

The new version includes fixes for specific reported issues. It’s a recommended and free update to all registered customers with BBEdit 13.

BBEdit offers an evaluation model in which BBEdit’s full feature set is available for the first 30 days of use. At the end of the 30-day evaluation period, BBEdit will continue to run with a permanent feature set that includes its editing capabilities, but not its web authoring tools or other exclusive features. 

BBEdit’s exclusive features may be re-enabled at any time with a purchased

license. The app requires macOS 10.14.2 or later.

The post Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1 appeared first on...

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10:10
Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1

Bare Bones Software (www.barebones.com)  has released BBEdit 13.0.1, a maintenance release of its pro HTML and text editor.

The new version includes fixes for specific reported issues. It’s a recommended and free update to all registered customers with BBEdit 13.

BBEdit offers an evaluation model in which BBEdit’s full feature set is available for the first 30 days of use. At the end of the 30-day evaluation period, BBEdit will continue to run with a permanent feature set that includes its editing capabilities, but not its web authoring tools or other exclusive features. 

BBEdit’s exclusive features may be re-enabled at any time with a purchased

license. The app requires macOS 10.14.2 or later.

The post Bare Bones Software releases BBEdit 13.0.1 appeared first on...

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10:05
NetGear expands Orbi family with new dual band mesh...

NetGear has introduced the Orbi Dual Band Mesh WiFi System, which consists of one router and one or more satellites. 

The company says it’s best suited to cover a medium to large sized home from 3,000 square feet or higher to provide reliable WiFi for streaming and gaming. The new Orbi Mesh WiFi offering also features NetGear Armor cybersecurity to keep your home safe from online threats and Circle Smart Parental Controls to manage screen time.

David Henry, senior vice president of Connected Home Products for NetGear, says the Orbi Dual Band Mesh WiFi System delivers combined speeds up to 1.2Gbps for households with a large number of Internet-connected devices. The setup can be completed via the Orbi app from an iOS or Android device, which also enables management of the home WiFi.  

It works with either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant enabling voice...

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09:58
Italy planning new tax on digital companies such as...

According to Reuters, Italy is preparing a new tax on digital companies such as Apple in its 2020 budget, as it seeks alternative revenues that will allow it to scrap a scheduled increase in sales tax.

If approved, the tax will require multinational web-based giants to pay a 3% levy on Internet transactions. Reuters says this plan is expected to yield around 600 million euros each year, and will apply to companies with annual global revenues worth at least 750 million euros and digital services exceeding 5.5 million euros in Italy.

The new scheme looks to take effect in January, sources said. The article says it will operate under a “self-assessment taxation regime” by which the companies submit a calculation of the amount owed.



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09:58
Nanit Plus baby-monitoring system review: This...

Much more than a baby camera, the Nanit Plus and its companion app can actively warn you if anything goes amiss while your baby is in its crib.

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09:53
The Little Helper: Satechi’s Type-C to 3.5mm Audio...

A while back I was testing the Jamstik 7 Guitar MIDI controller and had some issues getting things hooked up properly until I talked to the company’s tech support group. One thing I did try — and it performed its job perfectly — was the Satechi Type-C to 3.5mm Audio Headphone Jack Adapter ($24.99). It’s a little add-on that can make life easier for iPad Pro owners who don’t have the luxury of a 3.5mm headphone jack or a Lightning port.

Design

The design of the Headphone Jack Adapter is typical Satechi — attractive and functional. On one end of the adapter is a male USB Type-C plug, there’s a short (7.5 inch) black cable, and then on the other end is an aluminum enclosure containing a female USB...

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09:40
Disney+ Reveals All the Shows Coming to The Service

Disney+ tweeted almost all of the shows and movies coming to the streaming service in a flurry of tweets on Monday. Techcrunch has a good of rundown of what is on the way.

For anyone who grew up on Disney, the list is a nostalgic look back at not just the studio’s hits, but also the titles that had quickly faded from your memory, or those that even make you cringe. While most streaming services today round out their catalog lineup with less popular content in order to claim a larger number of total titles available, they don’t tend to promote their B movies and crappy TV shows in any of their marketing or advertising, for obvious reasons. Disney’s approach, by comparison, is refreshingly transparent.


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09:33
iPhone SE2 Will be ‘Key Growth Driver’ in 2020

Analyst Ming-Ching Kuo believes that the iPhone SE 2 will be Apple’s key growth driver next year.  He made the prediction in a new note, sent to investors Sunday, CNBC reported.

In a note to investors Sunday, Kuo reiterated that the iPhone SE2 will have a similar design to the iPhone 8. That suggests Apple will be able to reuse parts from that phone while upgrading some of the internal components, like the processor and camera. It will be offered in silver, space gray and red, Kuo said. Kuo also predicted that the budget iPhone will likely attract people who are still using the iPhone 6 and 6s, which he estimates are still being used by as many as 200 million people, even though those phones launched five years ago. He said the new phone will be a “key growth driver” for Apple next year.


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09:26
Apple responds to report on sending users’ browsing...

In a report from professor and cryptographer Matthew Green today, concerns were raised about Apple sharing users’ browsing data to the Chinese company, Tencent. Now Apple has offered an official response, reassuring users that actual URLs aren’t shared with third-parties.

more…

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09:23
Apple Clarifies Tencent's Role in Fraudulent...

Following user concern over Apple using Chinese company Tencent as one of its Safe Browsing partners for Safari, Apple has issued a statement assuring customers that website URLs are not shared with its safe browsing partners.

For those unfamiliar with the feature, Safari sends data to Google Safe Browsing to cross reference URLs against a blacklist to protect users against scams and malicious sites. It recently came to light that Apple is also using Tencent for this purpose, and there was concern that data from users outside of China was being sent to Tencent.

According to Apple's statement, that is not the case, and Tencent is used for devices that have their region code set to mainland China. Users in the United States, the UK, and other countries do not have their website browsing checked against Tencent's safe list.Apple protects user privacy and safeguards your...

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09:21
Apple Responds To Reports That It is Sharing Data...

Over the weekend, reports emerged that claimed that Apple was sending users' browsing details to Tencent to run it against Chinese company's safe browsing feature. In a statement on Monday, an Apple spokesperson has offered a clarification: Apple protects user privacy and safeguards your data with Safari Fraudulent Website Warning, a security feature that flags websites known to be malicious in nature. When the feature is enabled, Safari checks the website URL against lists of known websites and displays a warning if the URL the user is visiting is suspected of fraudulent conduct like phishing. To accomplish this task, Safari receives a list of websites known to be malicious from Google, and for devices with their region code set to mainland China, it receives a list from Tencent. The actual URL of website you visit is never shared with a safe browsing provider and the feature can be turned off.

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09:06
Scrivener 3.1.4

Updates the long-form writing tool to be compatible with macOS 10.15 Catalina and fix bugs. ($45 new, free update, 106 MB)

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09:00
A Confusing Tale of Apple Card Fraud

There is a lot of focus on security with the Apple Card, but that has not stopped some instances of fraud emerging.


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08:57
iPad deals start at $400 today, plus a $5 iPhone 11...
08:49
Netgear Launches New Orbi Dual Band Mesh Wi-Fi...

Netgear today announced a new mesh router in the Orbi family of products, called the Orbi Dual Band Mesh Wi-Fi System. The new system consists of one router and one or more satellites, and is aimed at homes that measure up to 4,500 square feet (with two satellites).

The router and satellites all feature the same design, measuring 4.1 inches on all sides and 2.7 inches tall. As with other mesh systems, after users purchase the base router they can continue to add on satellites to boost the range of the network throughout the home.

The new router delivers Wi-Fi at speeds up to 1.2Gbps, supports MU-MIMO for simultaneous data streaming, includes two high performance internal antennas, and is powered by a quad-core 710MHz processor. Because it's a dual band router, it also supports 2.4GHz (400Mbps) and 5GHz (866Mbps) bands.

The Orbi...

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08:48
9to5Mac Daily: October 14, 2019 – iPhone SE 2...

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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08:32
Pixelmator Pro 1.5

Adds full compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina, including support for the Apple Pencil and Sidecar. ($39.99 new, free update, 174 MB)

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08:25
Headspace: A Guided-Meditation Companion

If you struggle to sleep, can’t seem to focus, or grapple with persistent stress, you might want to check out Headspace. It’s a personal meditation guide available for iOS, Android, and the Web with a large catalog of guided meditations for people of every experience level.

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08:20
HoudahGeo 5.4

Adds support for macOS 10.15 Catalina and Photos 5.0. ($39 new, free update, 23.2 MB)

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08:17
Piezo 1.6.2

Corrects an issue where AAC recording did not work correctly in macOS 10.15 Catalina. ($19 new, free update, 8.8 MB)

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08:16
Italy plans 'web tax' on Apple and all...




The Italian government is reportedly preparing a tax on digital companies as part of its national budget for 2020. It's due to take effect from January and through a self-assessment system will levy a 3% tax on online transactions.

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08:10
New Orbi mesh WiFi system offers original design and...

Netgear is out with it’s latest Orbi mesh WiFi offering. The new RBK12/13/14 Orbi WiFi Systems come in a two-, three-, or four-pack to cover up 6,000 sq. ft. It also features an all-new design with a competitive price tag starting at $129.

more…

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08:10
Apple Using Chinese Firm Tencent For Fraudulent...

Apple’s Fraudulent Website Feature in Safari for iOS uses Chinese firm Tencent as one of its Safe Browsing Providers.


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07:43
∞ Steve Jobs, internal Apple meeting, introducing...

[VIDEO] This was posted back in 2017, was filmed just a few weeks into Steve’s return to Apple back in 1997.

It reentered the conversation again because of comments about Apple’s core values Steve made at about 6:17 in.

The reemergence came, at least in part, due to Steve’s statement about core values and a perceived disconnect with Apple’s decisions on banning the HKLive app.

I found the whole video riveting. It’s 15 minutes long. If you’ve got a taste for Apple’s history, worth watching the whole thing. The video is embedded in the main Loop post.

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07:29
Apple's macOS Catalina causing problems with...




Despite overall feature and performance improvements for external GPUs, the new macOS Catalina is now failing to work correctly with certain combinations of Mac and GPU card.

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07:25
What to do when you get Sherlock’ed by Apple

Six lessons from the team that created Luna Display, which got Sherlock’ed by Catalina/iPadOS’s Sidecar. Interesting, informative, and remarkably gracious.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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07:23
These are the best Apple deals you can find at...




Columbus Day Apple deals are in effect at Amazon, with markdowns on iPads, AirPods, Apple Watch devices and much more. We've rounded up the best bargains on Apple's latest hardware, delivering hundreds of dollars in savings.

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07:09
Waiting to update to Catalina

Working out the math of whether or not to update to Catalina? Take a few minutes to step through these quotes Michael Tsai collected from various members of the Mac technorati.

I am writing these words from my Catalina install. Though I did run into some snags with the install, so far my Catalina experience has been rock solid.

If you do decide to make the leap to Catalina: Obviously, do a complete backup before you start, and spend the time digging through the list of your 32-bit apps to make sure there’s nothing on that list that you’ll miss.

To do that:

  • Apple menu > About This Mac
  • Click the System Report button
  • In the sidebar on the left, scroll to Software > Legacy Software

Anything you absolutely need? Check to see if there’s a 64-bit upgrade. Do the upgrade before you install Catalina...

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07:05
Netgear expands Orbi family with Orbi Mesh WiFi...




Netgear expands its Orbi line with new dual-band Mesh WiFi system, designed to provide reliable and customizable Wi-Fi coverage to large homes.

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06:58
On Apple sharing some portion of your web browsing...

First off:

  • Fire up your iPhone, head to Settings > Safari
  • Now tap the link that says “About Safari & Privacy…” (it’s the second of these links, just under the Check for Apple Pay switch)
  • Scroll down to the section labeled “Fraudulent Website Warning”

At the bottom of that paragraph:

Before visiting a website, Safari may send information calculated from the website address to Google Safe Browsing and Tencent Safe Browsing to check if the website is fraudulent. These safe browsing providers may also log your IP address.

Those words have raised a lot of eyebrows. The headline linked article digs into some history and lays out the concerns. Start off by reading the section “What is “Safe Browsing”, and is it actually safe?” That’ll set the table for why Google’s Safe Browsing is imperfect where privacy is concerned.

Which leads to:

The problem is that Safe Browsing “update API” has never been exactly “safe...

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06:33
Mobile payments are hot, but Americans aren’t ready...

Electronic payments from mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal – are increasingly hot, but Americans aren’t ready to go cashless, at least not yet, according to a study by J.D. Power. 

In spite of the considerable hype surrounding mobile payments, the migration of Apple into the credit card space with the recently launched Apple Card and the launch of cashless retail outlets like Amazon’s Go stores, a whopping 78% of U.S. consumers believe stores and restaurants should be required to accept cash, according to a recent J.D. Power Pulse survey. 

Reasons given for sticking with cash include concerns about privacy and security and the impact cashless stores will have on the unbanked – those consumers who do not have a bank account, mobile device or credit card. And with some cities (Philadelphia and San Francisco) and states (New Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island) already...

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06:23
Apple TV users gives high marks to the set-top box’s...

New research from Parks Associates finds 70% of US broadband households with a major video service consider its user interface (UI) to be good, with 48% rating it "very good," and these scores impact their willingness to recommend the service to others. Apple TV owners give high marks to the set-top box’s UI.

Parks Associates says that analysis of consumer responses reveals quality of the UI and the ease of finding content are the most likely factors to drive willingness to recommend a video service.

"User interfaces are a key factor driving satisfaction for OTT services, and Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon – the big three in OTT streaming – have largely set the standard for content navigation and ease of use," says Kristen Hanich, senior...

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06:18
Review: Naucrates, the robotic carry-on luggage that...

If you wanted to craft the perfect PR pitch to me, you couldn’t do much better than Naucrates. I’m a bagaholic who loves gadgets, so when it offered me the chance to try its new carry-on luggage which follows you around the airport, it was impossible to resist.

Oh, and I almost forgot to mention: you can also ride on it if you prefer…

more…

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06:10
Analyst: iPhone SE 2 coming in first quarter of 2020...

In a note to clients — as noted by MacRumors — analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple will release a lower-priced iPhone SE 2 (though it probably won’t be called that) in the first quarter of 2020 for $399.

He predicts its specs will include: an A13 CPU; 3GB of RAM; 64GB and 128GB options; and no 3D Touch feature. Kuo prognostics that the phone will come in silver space grey, and red options. 

The analyst feels that Apple has told suppliers to produce between 2-4 million iPhone SE 2 units each month. He expects Apple to sell in excess of 30 million iPhone SE 2 phones across 2020.



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06:09
Rumor Claims Apple will Release an SE2-Like...

According to Apple analyst Guo Minghao, better known as Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities, Apple will be introducing an SE2-like smartphone in Q1 2020. Kuo believes the new SE2 will attract iPhone 6 and 6S series users that number between ...

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06:04
Apple is facing increasing criticism for kowtowing...

Apple is facing increasing criticism for kowtowing to China in order to increase sales in the country. 

Last week Apple pulled, then reinstated the HKmap Lie app in the China Apple App Store. People's Daily, China's official state news publication, has called Apple's reinstating of the HKmap Live app an "unwise and reckless decision." The tech giant recently reinstated the HKmap Live app, which uses crowdsourcing to track police vehicles, armed officers and incidents in which people have been injured. Apple claims it’s simply following local laws.

Now Apple's Fraudulent Website Warning feature in Safari for iOS and Mac has come under scrutiny for sending some IP addresses from users of its Safari browser on iOS to...

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06:00
TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones at...

Want great audio, noise cancellation, and a great deal all in one package? We’ve got it for you today: the TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones — normally priced at $259.99 — are on sale for $69.99 in the Apple World Today Deals Shop.

The Z2's earned their name because they feature twice the sound, twice the battery life, and twice the convenience of competing headphones. Packed with TREBLAB's most advanced Sound2.0™ technology with aptX and active noise-cancellation, these headphones deliver goosebump-inducing audio while drowning out the unwanted background noise. It's like you're at a concert every time you turn up...

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05:54
Apple brings its updated Apple Maps into the midwest...




Enhanced Apple Maps have begun expanding out of Northeast and into the Midwest, bringing more details to Ohio, West Virginia, and parts of Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana.

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05:43
Google Pay will soon work with major public transit...

Paying for public transport could be about to become more convenient, with fare payment system Cubic Transportation Systems teaming up with Google to offer contactless transit payments using Google Pay.

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05:26
Safari on iOS can be sending your browsing data to...




Apple's protection against malicious websites has long sent data to Google Safe Browsing, but now it appears some can also be sent to Chinese firm Tencent.

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05:02
Uniti's quirky three-seater EV costs less than...

Swedish brand Uniti has announced the pricing and specs for its cute, quirky Uniti One, a crowdfunded electric car. With an affordable £15,100 ($18,970) price tag in the UK, this Scandinavian-designed ultra-compact has an unusual interior layou...

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05:00
Element’s Rally case for the new iPhones has one...

Element Case has released the “X2 Collection” of cases for Apple’s 2019 line-up of iPhones. I’ve had the chance to use the $39.95 Rally case. It’s a decent enough case with one feature that makes it stand out from a horde of competitors.

It’s targeted to users who want clean and simple protection while allowing the good looks of the Apple smartphone to be clearly visible. Protection is provided by clear polycarbonate, DropShock Corners, and a front bezel design that keeps the phone screen from coming in direct contact with surfaces.

The Rally also includes self-repairing tinted polycarbonate material intended to significantly reduce scratching. From what I’ve seen, this works pretty well. The Rally is available in three colors: black, clear, and sunset red.

Apple World Today Rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

Other cases in the X2 Collection...

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05:00
How iCloud Drive works with multiple users on a...

Apple introduced fast user switching years ago to allow easier shared use of a single Mac by multiple people. After logging into an account and switching away from it, all the activities that were underway continue on their merry progress even while another user has logged in or switched to the foreground.

This includes iCloud Drive, Dropbox, and other sync apps that carry out their operations in the background during a normal session. This can be useful if multiple people rely on synchronized files, preventing them from having to log in and wait for updates to occur.

Apple assures its third-party developers in fast user switching documentation that background accounts have no keyboard or mouse input, and apps that check on screen activity will receive a response as if the screen were asleep. That is a sort of guarantee that any app or service that’s running will reliably keep running.

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04:15
Another China controversy for Apple: sending user...

Apple has found itself embroiled in yet another China-related controversy, as it appears to be sending user browsing data to Tencent, a Chinese company. That data includes the website visited and the IP address of the iOS user.

Apple has the best of intentions here – the data sharing is done to help protect users from fraudulent websites – but the fact that the company now uses a Chinese conglomerate to do so is raising eyebrows…

more…

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04:15
The Morning After: Get the Mac Pro 'cheese...

Welcome back! It's Monday. As the fall weather pulls us indoors, we have all the best games on the device (or PC) of your choosing, say farewell to the first chapter of Fortnite and get the case we need to really fake that Apple Mac look, but with a...

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04:00
How to use Collections in iOS 13’s Maps app

iOS 13 brings new features to the Maps app, including Collections for sharing favorite restaurants, travel destinations or places to shop with friends, and Favorites for navigating to frequent destinations, such as home, work, the gym or school. To use open the Maps app and:

Swipe a finger to expand the panel at the bottom of the screen using the small drag handle above the search field.

Under Collections, tap New Collection….

Name the new collection.

Tap Create.

Tap the Add a Place button in the panel shown below your new collection.

Type the name of a place you might to visit.

Tap the “i” icon next to the place you're looking for in the search results to add it to your collection. Delete the search term to find and add more location.

When you’re finished, tap Done.

The locations listed in your new collection and their location...

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04:00
HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG: How does HDR work?

With 4K now firmly in place as the standard for most new TV's, high dynamic range, or HDR, video is starting to move from being an enthusiast curiosity to the next big thing in home media. HDR content looks vibrant, crisp and can be a bigger up...

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03:30
Find My: How to use Apple’s new all-in-one app to...

Find My Friends was not the first location-sharing app when it was introduced in 2011, but by being a first-party solution, it saw incredibly widespread support. So much so that Apple just went ahead and bundled with with iOS starting with iOS 9. Find My iPhone first launched as a MobileMe service in 2010, and became a free iCloud service in 2011. It has been a critical piece of infrastructure to help people locate their lost gear.

The ubiquity of these services have made them so popular, so oft-used and reliable, that they have become a mainstay of the Apple ecosystem; a reason to stick with Apple, just like iMessage.

With iOS 13 and macOS Catalina, Apple has given these location services their biggest overhaul yet. Since the two apps essentially do the same thing, they have been combined into a single app called “Find My” with a new interface. It’s included in iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina.

...

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03:25
Study: on-premises systems critical to enterprise...

Cray has released the findings of its industry report on the State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019, which reveals that performance, data locality and security are the top considerations for choosing an AI infrastructure. 

The survey assessed whether organizations and individuals are prepared to run AI effectively and to take advantage of the capabilities it offers. Findings show that over 70% of companies already have AI applications in use or under development, and as the use of AI grows, IT professionals must consider what infrastructure is needed to maximize the value, scale and performance of their AI workloads.

The State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019 survey was constructed to help identify the state of enterprise AI adoption, evaluate...

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03:25
Study: on-premises systems critical to enterprise...

Cray has released the findings of its industry report on the State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019, which reveals that performance, data locality and security are the top considerations for choosing an AI infrastructure. 

The survey assessed whether organizations and individuals are prepared to run AI effectively and to take advantage of the capabilities it offers. Findings show that over 70% of companies already have AI applications in use or under development, and as the use of AI grows, IT professionals must consider what infrastructure is needed to maximize the value, scale and performance of their AI workloads.

The State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019 survey was constructed to help identify the state of enterprise AI adoption, evaluate...

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03:25
Study: on-premises systems critical to enterprise...

Cray has released the findings of its industry report on the State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019, which reveals that performance, data locality and security are the top considerations for choosing an AI infrastructure. 

The survey assessed whether organizations and individuals are prepared to run AI effectively and to take advantage of the capabilities it offers. Findings show that over 70% of companies already have AI applications in use or under development, and as the use of AI grows, IT professionals must consider what infrastructure is needed to maximize the value, scale and performance of their AI workloads.

The State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019 survey was constructed to help identify the state of enterprise AI adoption, evaluate...

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03:25
Study: on-premises systems critical to enterprise...

Cray has released the findings of its industry report on the State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019, which reveals that performance, data locality and security are the top considerations for choosing an AI infrastructure. 

The survey assessed whether organizations and individuals are prepared to run AI effectively and to take advantage of the capabilities it offers. Findings show that over 70% of companies already have AI applications in use or under development, and as the use of AI grows, IT professionals must consider what infrastructure is needed to maximize the value, scale and performance of their AI workloads.

The State of Enterprise AI Adoption 2019 survey was constructed to help identify the state of enterprise AI adoption, evaluate...

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03:10
Samsung's Android 10 beta program is now...

Android 10 was released in September, but so far, it's only been available on Google's own Pixel devices. Usually, it takes other manufacturers some months to catch up, however, as promised, Samsung has released a beta of its Android 10-based One UI...

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03:00
Happy Columbus Day from O’Grady’s PowerPage!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Columbus Day, and the staff of O’Grady’s PowerPage will be taking the day to spend time with friends and family.

We heartily encourage you to do the same, as well as enjoy some amazing fall weather.

Enjoy the day and we’ll be back tomorrow with more Mac, iOS, and mobile news, rumors, features, and cool stuff galore.

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03:00
How to play music on all (or some) of your Amazon...

Want to hear tunes booming throughout your house? If you have Amazon Echo devices in multiple rooms, just ask Alexa, although you’ll need to tweak some settings first.

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03:00
Best smart plugs: These gadgets will turn any...

With models from Lutron, Wemo, Leviton, iDevices, and others, it can be difficult to know which easy and inexpensive device is best for controlling the lamps and small appliances in your smart home. We’ll help you find the right one.

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02:52
Apple Sending User Data to Chinese Company for...

Apple's Fraudulent Website Warning feature in Safari for iOS and Mac has come under scrutiny for using Chinese internet giant Tencent as one of its Safe Browsing providers.

The Safari feature has long sent data to Google Safe Browsing to cross-reference URLs against a blacklist and protect users against phishing scams and sites that attempt to push malware. However, it's unclear when Apple started sending user data to Tencent as well.

Apple notes in iOS that it sends some user IP addresses to Tencent, but most users are probably unaware of the fact. The mention can be found in the "About Safari & Privacy" screen, which is linked via small text under the Privacy & Security section in Settings -> Safari. The Fraudulent Website Warning feature is also enabled by default, so users aren't likely to know that their IP address may be logged unless they opt to view the information screen....

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02:35
Apple offers three-month TV+ trial to 'Emmy...

Apple's video streaming service, TV+, is launching in just a few weeks on November 1st. The company is drumming up even more excitement for the launch by offering a free three-month trial for subscribers of Emmy magazine.

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00:10
Porsche unveils the mid-range Taycan 4S EV

So far, we've seen Porsche's Taycan in the Turbo and Turbo S variants, but Porsche has already said that it's planning more models. Now, the company has unveiled the Taycan 4S, a mid-range version of the electric sports car. It will deliver up to 420...

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Sunday October 13

23:45
5G-Capable iPhones Set for a 2022 Deadline

Apple has set an internal deadline of 2022 for developing and integrating its in-house 5G modems for iPads and iPhones. Fast company reports that Apple intends to complete certification, testing…

The post 5G-Capable iPhones Set for a 2022 Deadline appeared first on iLounge.

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23:39
Make Your MacBook Ergonomic-Friendly with this...

The MacBook is a premium piece of work, but the one thing it doesn’t have is the ability to adjust to the user’s ideal height. The Aluminum Multi-Angle MacBook and…

The post Make Your MacBook Ergonomic-Friendly with this Discounted Aluminum Stand appeared first on iLounge.

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23:35
Apple Stocks Enter All-Time High

Shares on the Apple stock, ‘AAPL’ are being traded beyond the $234 mark, which is the highest it’s ever been on the intraday market. CNBC reports that the previous record…

The post Apple Stocks Enter All-Time High appeared first on iLounge.

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23:32
Clinics in California Will Start Recording Visits...

Doctors in California will be using a system in the Apple Watch that allows them to dictate notes and have the health data added to the patient’s medical record. Altais…

The post Clinics in California Will Start Recording Visits Using Apple Watch appeared first on iLounge.

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23:30
XIDU Tour Pro laptop is a new competitor of the...

XIDU is an emerging professional brand of innovative laptops it was established in 2014, situated in Shenzhen, China. XIDU products consistently go with you with an awesome life. The Vision…

The post XIDU Tour Pro laptop is a new competitor of the MacBook with a 2K Screen appeared first on iLounge.

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21:34
Apple's Safari Browser Is Sending Some Users...

"Apple, which often positions itself as a champion of privacy and human rights, is sending some IP addresses from users of its Safari browser on iOS to Chinese conglomerate Tencent -- a company with close ties to the Chinese Communist Party," reports the Reclaim the Net blog:

Apple admits that it sends some user IP addresses to Tencent in the "About Safari & Privacy" section of its Safari settings.... The "Fraudulent Website Warning" setting is toggled on by default which means that unless iPhone or iPad users dive two levels deep into their settings and toggle it off, their IP addresses may be logged by Tencent or Google when they use the Safari browser. However, doing this makes browsing sessions less secure and leaves users vulnerable to accessing fraudulent websites...

Even if people install a third-party browser on their iOS device, viewing web pages inside apps still opens them in an integrated form of Safari called Safari View Controller instead of the...

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20:59
FotoMagico 5.6.9 - Powerful slideshow creator with...

FotoMagico lets you create professional slideshows from your photos and music with just a few, simple mouse clicks. It sports a very clean and intuitive yet powerful user interface. High image quality, fast performance, and user flexibility were some of the design goals for this application.

Features:

  • Create the most spectacular slideshows
    • Scale, move, rotate, zoom or pan around your images to highlight that part that matters the most.
    • Your slides fit together perfectly with the new, gorgeous transitions.
    • Provide more meaning with subtle titles here and there.
  • Present a breathtaking show
    • Your slideshow uses the best possible resolution of your presentation device.
    • Use large displays, HDTV screens and other high resolution devices.
    • Even on a VGA projector, your photos will look better with FotoMagico.
  • Your audience will want to take it home
    • ...
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20:50
NVIDIA will remaster more games with RTX ray tracing

Quake II RTX is far from the last game to receive an NVIDIA ray tracing upgrade. DSOG has discovered that NVIDIA is hiring a producer for its Lightspeed Studios unit to lead work on a "game remastering program" that will add RTX ray tracing to more...

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19:24
Redesigned Apple Amsterdam arrives October 24...

Apple’s grandest store in the Netherlands is returning with a renewed purpose on October 24 after months of extensive upgrades and restoration. The redesigned Apple Amsterdam will feature a Forum and video wall for Today at Apple, and a special creative collaboration to celebrate.

more…

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18:45
Safari in iOS sends some Safe Browsing data to...

Apple's Safari browser has long sent data to Google Safe Browsing to help protect against phishing scams using its Fraudulent Website Warning feature, but it now appears Chinese tech giant Tencent gets some information as well. Users have discovered...

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17:55
'iPhone SE 2' with A13 will cost $399 says...




Ming-Chi Kuo is telling investors that Apple's rumored "iPhone SE 2" will arrive in the first calendar quarter of 2020, at a bargain price.

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17:06
Kuo on iPhone SE 2 details: iPhone 8 design, $399...

Late on Sunday, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed some additional details about the iPhone SE 2, which Kuo previously said will launch early in 2020.

As said previously, the specification of the device is very similar to the iPhone 8, just as the original iPhone SE was an adapted version of the iPhone 5S body. Kuo says the iPhone SE 2 will come in 64 GB and 128 GB storage configurations with three color options: silver, space gray and red. He also predicts that the starting price for the new cheaper iPhone will be $399.

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Kuo: iPhone SE 2 Launching in Q1 2020 with A13 at $...

Apple is planning on releasing an iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of 2020 and starting at a $399 price point, according to the latest research report from reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Kuo goes into more detail about the expected specs of the so called "‌iPhone SE‌ 2" in the latest research note obtained by MacRumors. Specs for the new low-end iPhone are said to include:

  • A13 CPU (same as iPhone 11)
  • 3GB LPDDR4X
  • 64GB and 128GB options
  • Space Gray, Silver and Red colors
  • No 3D Touch

Kuo expects the new ‌iPhone SE‌ 2 will be a popular upgrade option for existing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S owners.

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US regulators issued a blunt warning to cryptocurrency holders who think they're not beholden to the usual rules. The Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network have put...

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San Francisco may open a new office to prevent...

San Francisco has a history of dealing with out-of-control tech deployments -- just ask people who had to wade through piles of scooters for months until the city started the permit process. Companies might have to be more careful going forward, howe...

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Porsche's Macan EV will fully replace its gas...

Porsche's electric Macan won't give its combustion engine counterpart much room to breathe. The automaker's deputy chairman Lutz Meschke told Autocar in an interview that the Macan EV will sit alongside the gas version when it arrives in 2021, but on...

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Catalina Cache Cleaner 15.0 - Clear caches, access...

Catalina Cache Cleaner is an award-winning general-purpose tool for macOS X. CCC makes system maintenance simple with an easy point-and-click interface to many macOS X functions. Novice and expert users alike will appreciate the powerful toolset CCC provides. Catalina Cache Cleaner is one of the world's leading maintenance tools, with millions of downloads around the globe.

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Crowdfunded case will give your Windows PC that Mac...

Do you like the look of Apple's redesigned Mac Pro, but would rather not drop $5,999 on a workstation just to have that cheese-grater-on-steroids casing? You might not have to. Dune Case is close to crowdfunding the Dune Pro, a standard PC case tha...

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Review: The USB-C charger Apple should've...




Apple's switching to a USB-C charging plug for the iPhone 11 Pro is welcome news, but that charger is large. In comparison, the new Anker PowerPort III Nano makes for a compact USB-C charger that can charge up all your mobile gear with the smallest footprint.

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Apple Card user claims to be victim of fraud despite...

Last week we heard from a reader who experienced a fraudulent charge coming from a clone of his Apple Card. It was a good reminder that even with its security focus and lack of printed numbers, the physical Apple Card is just as susceptible to skimming and cloning as any other credit or debit card. Now we’ve heard from another reader who just had a fraud issue with Apple Card, but more surprising and concerning, he says he’s never used the physical titanium Apple Card. Could there be a bigger security issue for Apple Card than skimming?

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Original 'Fortnite' map vanishes in a...

The leaks were on the mark -- Fortnite's original map is no more, at least as far as anyone can tell. The battle royale title's hyped-up The End event saw a missile launch into the sky and trigger a massive amount of rifts, culminating in a meteor st...

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Andy Rubin quietly left the venture company he...

Disgraced former Google exec Andy Rubin has lost another one of his ties to Silicon Valley earlier in 2019. BuzzFeed News has obtained documents indicating that Playground Global, the venture company Rubin founded in 2015, "ended [its] business rela...

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The best outdoor security camera

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This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full guide to outdoor security camera...

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macOS Server 5.9

Adds new restrictions, payloads, and commands for Profile Manager and now requires macOS 10.15 Catalina or later. ($19.99 new, free update, 66.1 MB)

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CleanMyMac X 4.5

Brings support for macOS 10.15 Catalina and adds instant notifications about malware threats. ($89.95 new, free update, 48.1 MB)

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Things 3.10

Adds full compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina and removes support for 10.11 El Capitan and 10.12 Sierra. ($49.99 new, free update, 17.9 MB)

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Review: iFrogz Airtime Pro wireless earbuds are a...




New Airtime Pro wireless earbuds from iFrogz offers a lower cost alternative to Apple's AirPods, and one that may fit some people's ears better.

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Poll: Would you ditch your current AirPods for in-...

Apple’s truly wireless AirPods have been incredibly popular since their initial release in 2016, Now, it seems that Apple is preparing another version of AirPods with a new design and new features, such as noise cancellation.

Would you ditch your current AirPods for the new in-ear AirPods with noise cancellation?

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