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20:59
LibreOffice 6.3.0.4 - Free, open-source office suite.

LibreOffice is an office suite (word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, drawing tool) compatible with other major office suites. The Document Foundation is coordinating development and maintenance of this OpenOffice.org fork.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.



Version 6.3.0.4:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later

  • A feature-rich major release of the LibreOffice 6 family with better performance, a large number of new and improved features, and enhanced interoperability with proprietary document formats.



  • OS X 10.10 or later



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20:31
Ring rewarded users for reporting 'suspicious...

Ring encouraged users to narc on their neighbors in exchange for swag bags and discounts, according to Motherboard. The publication found an internal company slide presentation that shows the instructions the controversial Amazon-owned home security...

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20:25
Report: 2019 iPad Pro to feature triple-lens camera...

It seems as if the iPhone 11 might not be the only Apple device gaining a new three-camera setup this year. According to a new report from Macotakara, the iPad Pro could also gain a triple-lens camera setup this year.

more…

The post Report: 2019 iPad Pro to feature triple-lens camera array similar to the iPhone 11 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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19:58
The IBM System/360

The post The IBM System/360 appeared first on krypted.

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19:05
Rumor: iPad Pro with triple-lens camera, iPad with...




An unconfirmed rumor out of China this week claims Apple plans to debut new iPad Pro and iPad variants in October, both of which will move from single-lens rear cameras to multi-sensor arrays.

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16:58
Visa Checkout to shut down in 2020

Visa is completely rehauling its online payment system to add more security. 9to5 Google reports today that Visa Checkout, a competitor to Paypal which integrated with the Google Pay digital wallet, is shutting down in 2020. The move isn't an entire...

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16:00
Apple transforms Central Park into an augmented...

I’d love to see this. If any of you are lucky enough to live in one of the featured cities, please let me know what the experience was like!

∞ Read this on The Loop

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15:42
Review: Sony WF-1000XM3 true wireless noise-...

Over the past month, I’ve used the Sony’s poorly-named but pretty incredible WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds for gym workouts (recommended) and bike rides (at your own risk). These $228 earbuds fall between Apple’s $159 AirPods and $259 PowerBeats Pro but offer something both don’t: active noise cancellation.

In fact, I reviewed the PowerBeats Pro last month and thought I was done with my search for the perfect wireless earbuds. Turns out I was wrong…

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15:15
Apple updates multiport adapter with support for 4K...

Enlarge / The 2019 15-inch MacBook Pro—it looks just like last year's model. (credit: Samuel Axon)

After Apple streamlined the types of ports on its hardware, having adapters remains a necessary evil. For now, at least the company has made a notable quality-of-life improvement to one of its AV dongles.

Apple recently released an updated version of the USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. This dongle has USB-C, USB-A, and HDMI ports, and the HDMI options got a little better. The device now includes support for 4K video at 60 Hz as well as HDR video in either HDR10 or Dolby Vision.

This update is available when the video is coming from a 15-inch MacBook Pro from 2017 or later, a Retina iMac from 2017 or later, an iMac Pro, or an iPad Pro, and is plugged into a playback...

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15:08
Car2go will raise hourly rates by up to a third

Car2go just became slightly less viable as a replacement for owning a personal ride. The rental service has introduced a variable-rate pricing system that, for all intents and purposes, will raise prices for customers starting on September 9th. The...

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14:50
Reminders: What's New in iOS 13

The Reminders app has never been one of the most popular built-in apps, mostly due to its limited functionality in comparison with other reminder and to-do apps available from the App Store.

In iOS 13, Apple overhauled the interface of the Reminders app, adding a new look and new capabilities that may encourage more people to check it out. In this guide, we'll go over all of the new features in the Reminders app and what it can do in iOS 13 and iPadOS.

Design

Reminders in iOS 12 and earlier offered a simple no-frills list-style view that organized items by list, but iOS 13 has an entirely new interface that's more intuitive. There are four main Reminders sections, which incorporate all of your reminders across all of your lists so...

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14:19
Avoid Netflix AutoPlay Previews on the Apple TV with...

If you dislike being in the Netflix Apple TV app because of the autoplay previews or just because it’s constantly pushing new shows on you that you don’t want to watch, Apple TV apps from Reelgood and WatchAid provide a front end to your queue. Neither is ideal, though.

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14:00
ActionDash 4.0 lets you set a schedule for '...

Earlier this year, ActionDash added "focus mode" to its list of features to help you cut down on screentime even more. By doing so, the digital wellbeing app was able to offer the functionality before Google rolls out its own version with Android Q l...

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13:37
iOS Service Message Activates on Aftermarket Battery...

Apple has put in place a new measure that discourages iPhone users from having their batteries replaced by aftermarket ones. According to iFixit, Apple has installed a ‘dormant software lock’…

The post iOS Service Message Activates on Aftermarket Battery Replacements appeared first on iLounge.

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13:06
Back to school: The best gaming PCs and accessories

Enjoy this guide to the best gaming PCs and accessories for students, just one part of our larger 2019 back-to-school series. In addition to top picks in 11 categories -- everything from laptops to smartphones to gaming and dorm gear -- we went big o...

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13:02
Apple is now selling the AirPower, basically, only...

Remember AirPower? You'd be forgiven if the answer is "no." In 2017, Apple introduced a Qi wireless charging mat by that name that could simultaneously charge an iPhone, an AirPods case, and an Apple Watch—or three items in any combination from those three. It was repeatedly delayed, and reports indicated that Apple was facing serious...

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13:02
Apple Music’s Digital Masters Catalog Launched

Apple has finally released Apple Digital Masters, a longstanding program from ‘Mastered for iTunes’. While the high resolution recordings haven’t appeared in the Music app

The post Apple Music’s Digital Masters Catalog Launched appeared first on iLounge.

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13:01
Adding an ultra wide angle lens to the iPhone XS...




Last week we added a 2x zoom to the iPhone XR using Moment. Today we're taking a look at another lens from Moment, an ultra wide angle version that works for both the iPhone XS and iPhone XR.

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12:53
Twitter unfreezes Mitch McConnell's campaign...

Twitter unfroze Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell from his campaign account today after the lawmaker was suspended for posting a video of angry protestors that violated the site's guidelines. The social media giant today explained the reasoning...

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12:29
mophie debuts two new charging pads, two new car...

mophie has introduced two multi-device wireless charging pads and two car chargers designed to work with a variety of Apple products. 

The company says both wireless charging pads are engineered to safely deliver up to 7.5W of power to any Qi-enabled iPhone or AirPods. Simply place the wireless device on the pads and charging begins immediately. 

The $79.95 dual wireless charging pad charges any compatible iPhone and AirPods. An extra USB-A port allows a third USB device to be charged simultaneously, such as Apple Watch.

The $139.95 3-in-1 wireless charging pad charges an iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch from one central location. It features a dedicated cavity for AirPods, and an integrated charging stand for the Apple...

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12:21
You may not have to have a great credit score to...

Goldman Sachs, which is in charge of deciding who gets the Apple Card, is accepting some applications from users with less-than-stellar credit scores, according to people with knowledge of the matter, reports CBNC.

The article says the tech giant wanted its bank partner to create a technology platform to approve as many of its 100 million-plus iPhone users in the U.S. as possible, within the bounds of regulations and responsible lending, according to the people.

The Apple Card, which should be more widely available any day now, will be built into the Apple Wallet app on the iPhone, allowing customers to manage their card right on the smartphone. The Goldman Sachs Group is an American multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in New York City.



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12:20
Apple’s Security Bounty Platform Expanded, Now...

Apple has echoed reports that came in last week at the Black Hat conference today. The company’s Security Bounty program has been expanded to cover

The post Apple’s Security Bounty Platform Expanded, Now Offers up to $1M Payouts appeared first on iLounge.

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12:16
9to5Mac Happy Hour 237: iOS 13 and watchOS 6 beta...

This week Benjamin and Zac unpack Apple’s latest software beta changes in iOS 13 and watchOS 6, the upgraded Shortcuts app and HBO in Apple TV Channels, the limited launch of Apple Card in the US, rumors about future iPhones with Face ID and under-the-screen Touch ID, Apple’s Siri privacy issue and new Bug Bounty Program announcements, new accessories including the upgraded LG 5K display and Mophie’s AirPower alternative, using HomeBridge and an IR blaster for a HomeKit fan, and much more.

9to5Mac Happy Hour is available Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneInGoogle Play, or through our ...

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12:15
Apple’s Andrew Trister joins Bill & Melinda...

Apple’s Andrew Trister is joining the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a new role focusing in taking digital health companies global. At Apple he worked in the health group on medical research initiatives.

Photo courtesy of “CNBC.”

Trister confirmed his new role in a phone interview with CNBC. .He joined Apple in a special projects role in 2016 and was among the first employees to join the team.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is a private foundation founded by Bill and Melinda Gates. Based in Seattle, Washington, it was launched in 2000 and is reported to be the largest private foundation in the world, holding $50.7 billion in assets. 



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11:51
Walmart pulls displays for violent media after El...

Some politicians are rushing to blame violent video games for mass shootings, and Walmart is apparently quick to respond to this fear. Leaked internal memos revealed that the retailer (which served as the venue for the El Paso shooting) is rushing t...

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11:44
Arlo Ultra HomeKit support planned for Q4 release,...

HomeKit support for Arlo Pro and Pro 2 cameras started to roll out this week and we went hands-on with the support for Apple’s smart home platform. Now, Arlo’s Director of Product has answered a range of questions on the company’s forums and shared when Arlo Ultra should receive HomeKit support, details about HomeKit Secure Video, and more.

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The post Arlo Ultra HomeKit support planned for Q4 release, HomeKit Secure Video not yet in the works, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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11:44
Apple has multiple options to lower potential import...




Apple will take multiple steps to mitigate the incoming 10% tariff on Chinese imports to the United States, Morgan Stanley believes, with the iPhone producer using non-Chinese assembly and supply lines for US-bound smartphones as a workaround that has been 16 months in the making.

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11:21
Discord’s ‘Go Live’ lets gamers stream to up to 10...

Imagine streaming a game on Twitch, but only to your closest friends. Gaming chat platform Discord is launching a new feature, Go Live, that will let users stream games directly to 10 other people. Users can view your stream either through the deskto...

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11:20
Apple researcher Andrew Trister leaves for Gates...




Dr. Andrew Trister, a prominent Apple Health researcher, has left Apple to take on a the role of deputy director of health innovation at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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11:08
Group dating service 3Fun exposed data for 1.5...

Yet another dating service is learning about the dangers of data vulnerablilities. Pen Test Partners discovered that threesome-oriented app 3Fun left 1.5 million users' data exposed, including precise locations, sexual orientation and even private p...

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10:52
'NBA 2K20' will include every WNBA team...

2K Games has offered some more details on how the WNBA fits into NBA 2K20 when the league joins the long-running series of games for the first time. All 12 WNBA teams will be included, while more than 140 players will make their NBA 2K debuts.

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10:49
Apple's 2018 MacBook Air now $350 off, matching...




B&H Photo has issued a new price drop on Apple's 2018 MacBook Air with the upgraded 256GB model now just $1,049, matching the all-time low.

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10:28
'Norsemen' producer gamed Netflix's...

When you open up Netflix, you'll see a splashy promotion for one of its shows or movies. For me right now, it's highlighting the terrific GLOW, the third season of which arrived Friday, and there are other shows showcased alongside it such as in the...

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10:26
Apple Hosting Augmented Reality Art Walk in Multiple...

Apple has teamed up with the New Museum in New York to create an augmented reality art experience called [AR]T that can be experienced in San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.

[AR]T is a curation of augmented reality pieces that are being featured in a series of guided walks, where people can use iPhones to view the creations. The art walks were first announced in July, but are set to kick off tomorrow.

Image of New York [AR]T walk via The New York Times

Apple is hosting walking tours that are free and open to the public starting this Saturday. Each tour begins at an Apple Store location and features the same art work. Pieces are only accessible at certain points on the walk, providing multi-city open-air virtual exhibits. [AR]T...

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10:25
Researchers Bypass Apple FaceID Using Biometrics...

Vulnerabilities have been uncovered in the authentication process of biometrics technology that could allow bad actors to bypass various facial recognition applications -- including Apple's FaceID. But there is a catch. Doing so requires the victim to be out cold. From a report: Researchers on Wednesday during Black Hat USA 2019 demonstrated an attack that allowed them to bypass a victim's FaceID and log into their phone simply by putting a pair of modified glasses on their face. By merely placing tape carefully over the lenses of a pair glasses and placing them on the victim's face the researchers demonstrated how they could bypass Apple's FaceID in a specific scenario. The attack itself is difficult, given the bad actor would need to figure out how to put the glasses on an unconscious victim without waking them up.

To launch the attack, researchers with Tencent tapped into a feature behind biometrics called "liveness" detection, which is part of the biometric...

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10:00
Valve's VR headphones started life as two...

As Valve is continues its forays into VR hardware, the company has shared some insights into the development process for the headphones included in its Index VR kit.

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09:59
Apple Card Begins Arriving to Customers, Wide Range...

Following the Apple Card's rollout to a limited number of customers in the Wallet app earlier this week, some are beginning to receive their physical, titanium Apple Card in the mail for use at stores that do not accept contactless payments.

The Verge's Nilay Patel has shared photos of his Apple Card, revealing that it is thicker than his other metal and plastic credit cards. It was earlier reported that the Apple Card weighs around 14.75 grams, making it slightly heavier than the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card but lighter than an American Express Gold.

Physical Apple Card has arrived. I have surprisingly strong feelings about having a Goldman Sachs logo in my life? Anyway, you can see how much thicker it is than my...

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09:57
New Apple Maps are rolling out to Texas, Louisiana,...

About a year ago, Apple announced a huge change to Apple Maps. It wasn’t about new features in the Maps app (though there are new features coming in iOS 13), but rather a complete overhaul of the fundamental map data. Buildings, rivers, roads, vegetation; it’s all vastly more detailed and accurate in the new maps.

Apple began rolling out the new mapping data to Northern California just after its announcement, with a promise to continue rolling out new maps to the rest of the U.S. “over the next year.” Southern California and Hawaii followed in late 2018, then parts of the southwest in April 2019.

To read this article in full, please click here

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09:50
Sony debuts CarPlay-compatible infotainment unit...




Sony has launched a range new in-car entertainment systems, headed up by the XAV-AX8000 sporting a giant 8.95-inch display and compatibility with Apple's CarPlay, along with other more compact models that include Siri Eyes Free support.

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09:45
Goldman Sachs, Bank of the Rich and Powerful, is...

Goldman Sachs is casting a wide net for customers of its new credit card with Apple, approving some subprime borrowers for the product. CNBC: The bank, which is in charge of deciding who gets the Apple Card, is accepting some applications from users with less-than-stellar credit scores, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Goldman began to make the card available to some Apple customers this week ahead of a broader rollout later this month. From the start, Apple wanted its bank partner to create a technology platform that would approve as many of its 100 million-plus U.S. iPhone users as possible, within the bounds of regulations and responsible lending, according to the people. That's in line with the tech giant's desire to provide a good user experience for its customers.


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09:30
The best monitor arms

By Anna Perling and Jordan McMahon

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 monitor...

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09:15
YouTube moderators say the site goes easy on its big...

YouTube just can't seem to get out of this hole it has dug itself into. According to a Washington Post report, the video giant has let top video creators get away more lightly with problematic content than those who bring in in fewer videos. The publ...

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09:11
The electric skateboards, scooters and bikes you...

Please enjoy this guide to the best electric bikes, scooters and skateboards to use at school, just one part of our larger 2019 back-to-school special. In addition to top picks in 11 categories -- everything from laptops to smartphones to gaming and...

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09:08
Friday deals: MacBook Air $349 off, LIFX Tile...
09:08
Apple Music for Artists Opens to All Artists

Apple has opened up its Apple Music for Artists program for all musicians who have music on Apple Music and iTunes.

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09:00
Tomorrow's bionic eyes will have 'Predator...

Whether through illness or injury, 36 million people suffer from blindness worldwide, and until just a decade ago those afflicted had little chance of regaining their sight. In 2009, doctors at the University of Manchester implanted the first Argus I...

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08:30
Thank Google for making it harder to find a phone-...

Imagine you dropped your smartphone and its display shattered -- something that happens around 50 million times in the US each year. Unless you're pretty handy, your first port of call is likely to be Google to look for a nearby repair store, but the...

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08:11
Apple Starts Locking iPhone Batteries to Thwart...

Apple has made it so that if the batteries in the latest iPhones are replaced by their owners or independent repair shops, iOS displays an ominous message questioning the battery’s authenticity, even if it’s a genuine Apple battery.

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07:50
Revamped Apple Maps Now Available in Texas,...

Last year, Apple announced plans to rebuild its Maps app with its own first-party data. The overall look and feel of Apple Maps is similar, but zooming and panning reveals more details like grass, trees, sports fields, and parking lots. Apple is also focused on making search results more relevant.

The improvements first rolled out in Northern California in July 2018, followed by Hawaii and Southern California in November 2018, and Arizona, New Mexico, and the Las Vegas metropolitan area in April 2019.

Now, the updated data is available across Texas, Louisiana, and the southern half of Mississippi, as Apple continues its pattern of rolling out the updated...

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07:29
Apple is selling Mophie's new AirPower knock-off

Apple wasn't quite able to make its promised AirPower wireless charging pad work. It canceled the project 18 months after announcing it. Its goal was to let you charge several devices at once using a single pad. However, where Apple failed, Mophie ma...

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07:00
Can an open-source AI take on Amazon and Google?

It's only been a few years since Amazon unveiled the Alexa-powered Echo, but since then, smart speakers have become a major consumer-electronics category. Key to its success is the notion of the always-on virtual assistant, which other companies like...

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06:56
Goldman Sachs accepts 'subprime' Apple...




Apple Card is apparently being offered to more than just people with great credit scores, with Goldman Sachs allegedly approving applicants for the co-branded credit card with poor credit scores, in what could be a move to acquire as many customers as quickly as possible.

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06:42
The history of Clarus the Dogcow

Clarus the Dogcow goes all the way back to the beginning of the Mac, a seminal bit of Apple lore. This is a great, fun read, filled with images and videos, digging into stuff deep at the heart of a lot of us old-timers. Nice job by Stephen Hackett.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:35
Is Apple locking iPhone batteries to discourage...

[VIDEO] Headlines have been flying around the internet similar to this one:

“Apple Is Locking iPhone Batteries to Discourage Repair”

As I read through the various articles on this issue, I remained pretty convinced that Apple was not specifically trying to discourage repair. There had to be more to the logic.

Turns out, there was more to it. And Rene Ritchie did a great job laying out the issues, making this understandable. Still not thrilled with the answer, but I get Apple’s goals here. Watch for yourself. Video embedded in main Loop post.

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06:35
Hands-on: Elgato Stream Deck live-streaming custom...

Live Streaming content can require a lot of moving parts and can sometimes be challenging to manage. Elgato had these same concerns and decided to create the Stream Deck.

The Stream Deck is a live content creation controller with 15 customizable LCD keys. These keys are used for creating quick and easy shortcuts to make streaming easier and more efficient. I, however, am not a heavy gamer nor streamer.

I decided to test out the Elgato Stream Deck for my own workflow. Surprisingly, I’ve found a lot of functionality out of the Stream Deck for my personal use.

Watch our hands-on video for a look at the Stream Deck Controller in action. more…

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06:28
Drone Racing League is making its Racer4 UAV...

When the new season of Drone Racing League premieres on August 11th, its competitors will be racing the fourth iteration of its high-speed First Person View drone. That machine, called the DRL Racer4, can accelerate from zero to 90mph in under a seco...

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06:22
Black Hat presenter demonstrates how to bypass Face...

Threatpost, via 9to5Mac:

Researchers on Wednesday during Black Hat USA 2019 demonstrated an attack that allowed them to bypass a victim’s FaceID and log into their phone simply by putting a pair of modified glasses on their face. By merely placing tape carefully over the lenses of a pair glasses and placing them on the victim’s face the researchers demonstrated how they could bypass Apple’s FaceID in a specific scenario. The attack itself is difficult, given the bad actor would need to figure out how to put the glasses on an unconscious victim without waking them up.

Obviously, this is a very slim scenario, requiring an unconscious victim. But it does raise the specter of law enforcement rendering someone unconscious in order to break into their phone.

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06:11
Mophie’s new multi-device wireless chargers now in...

After learning about two new multi-device wireless charging options set to arrive from Mophie at Apple Stores, the company has officially launched the new products in the US. However, the dual wireless charger has a $20 markup if purchased from Apple instead of Mophie.

more…

The post Mophie’s new multi-device wireless chargers now in stock at Apple Stores appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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06:00
Some publishers are making more money from Apple News

Digiday:

Publishers including Vice Media and The Stylist Group say they’ve gotten traffic and, more importantly, revenue lifts from Apple News in the last three months. While this is from a small base, for some publishers it signifies that patience with publishing to the platform, which has been widely accepted as good for brand awareness but lagging revenue, is starting to pay off.

Details in the linked article, but certainly good news for Apple News+. Personally, I’d take another look at the service if Apple made some UX tweaks to improve the search mechanism, make it easier for me to find and get to the original articles, and add tools to more easily manage my reading list.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:00
A Lifetime Subscription to Cisdem Video Converter...

Love watching videos? Sometimes you might want to watch an old favorite movie…but then you remember that you bought it on DVD and your DVD player doesn’t even work anymore. Have a DVD drive for your Mac? Well, with that and Cisdem Video Converter for Mac ($19.99 for a lifetime license), you can rip and convert those movies into a format that will work perfectly on all of your devices.

With Cisdem Video Converter’s advanced HD video decoding engine, you can convert video from one format to another without recompressing. It also has advanced audio and video sync technology to let you enjoy smooth, synced videos. Save up to 30x of your time with its...

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06:00
Nike's app powers Foot Locker's new NYC...

Over the past few years, Nike has heavily invested in making its stores more tech-oriented. A big part of that strategy is integrating its Nike app with the company's physical spaces and trying to make it easy for shoppers to do things like instantly...

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05:56
Apple Card approvals level high; Steve Jobs didn’t...

Apple Card approvals levels are unusually high, according to a new report today, with some sub-prime borrowers having their applications accepted.

The report also says that Apple first considered launching its own credit card in the 1990s, but Steve Jobs was concerned about rejecting Apple customers…

more…

The post Apple Card approvals level high; Steve Jobs didn’t want anyone to be rejected appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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05:38
Pomfort introduces Livegrade Studio for macOS

Pomfort has released Livegrade Studio for macOS. Targeted at users working in multi-camera setups, it offers a router control infrastructure that enables handling of multiple live video signals. 

Users can view and interactively switch between multiple sources and destinations quickly. They can also create routing presets that help automate the process.

The software comes with a set of grading controls that enable users to create a consistent visualization of the DP’s creative intent across multiple cameras. 

Advanced, yet fully ASC CDL-compliant interaction types, like contrast, as well as Lift, Gamma, Gain, and Printer Lights, allow visualization of looks directly on the live images. 

Livegrade Studio requires macOS 10.13 or higher. It’s available as a yearly subscription for $999 or as a project license starting from $249. Livegrade Studio can be purchased in Pomfort’s web store (https://pomfort.com/store/), or...

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05:38
Pomfort introduces Livegrade Studio for macOS

Pomfort has released Livegrade Studio for macOS. Targeted at users working in multi-camera setups, it offers a router control infrastructure that enables handling of multiple live video signals. 

Users can view and interactively switch between multiple sources and destinations quickly. They can also create routing presets that help automate the process.

The software comes with a set of grading controls that enable users to create a consistent visualization of the DP’s creative intent across multiple cameras. 

Advanced, yet fully ASC CDL-compliant interaction types, like contrast, as well as Lift, Gamma, Gain, and Printer Lights, allow visualization of looks directly on the live images. 

Livegrade Studio requires macOS 10.13 or higher. It’s available as a yearly subscription for $999 or as a project license starting from $249. Livegrade Studio can be purchased in Pomfort’s web store (https://pomfort.com/store/), or...

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05:38
Pomfort introduces Livegrade Studio for macOS

Pomfort has released Livegrade Studio for macOS. Targeted at users working in multi-camera setups, it offers a router control infrastructure that enables handling of multiple live video signals. 

Users can view and interactively switch between multiple sources and destinations quickly. They can also create routing presets that help automate the process.

The software comes with a set of grading controls that enable users to create a consistent visualization of the DP’s creative intent across multiple cameras. 

Advanced, yet fully ASC CDL-compliant interaction types, like contrast, as well as Lift, Gamma, Gain, and Printer Lights, allow visualization of looks directly on the live images. 

Livegrade Studio requires macOS 10.13 or higher. It’s available as a yearly subscription for $999 or as a project license starting from $249. Livegrade Studio can be purchased in Pomfort’s web store (https://pomfort.com/store/), or...

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05:38
Pomfort introduces Livegrade Studio for macOS

Pomfort has released Livegrade Studio for macOS. Targeted at users working in multi-camera setups, it offers a router control infrastructure that enables handling of multiple live video signals. 

Users can view and interactively switch between multiple sources and destinations quickly. They can also create routing presets that help automate the process.

The software comes with a set of grading controls that enable users to create a consistent visualization of the DP’s creative intent across multiple cameras. 

Advanced, yet fully ASC CDL-compliant interaction types, like contrast, as well as Lift, Gamma, Gain, and Printer Lights, allow visualization of looks directly on the live images. 

Livegrade Studio requires macOS 10.13 or higher. It’s available as a yearly subscription for $999 or as a project license starting from $249. Livegrade Studio can be purchased in Pomfort’s web store (https://pomfort.com/store/), or...

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05:27
Apple releases new version of its USB-C Digital AV...

Apple has released a new version of its $69 USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. It adds support for HDMI 2.0, an upgrade from its predecessor's HDMI 1.4b.

The USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter lets you connect your USB-C-enabled Mac or iPad Pro to an HDMI display, while also connecting a standard USB device and a USB-C charging cable. It also allows you to mirror your Mac display to your HDMI-enabled TV or display.



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05:21
Apple wants another shot at ‘en banc’ hearing in its...

Apple has asked the Federal Circuit for another shot at requesting an “en banc” rehearing in a $439 million case, after the VirnetX patent claims it was found to infringe were invalidated last week in what the tech giant called an "extraordinary collision" of proceedings in the court and the patent office, reports Law360.

In law, an en banc session (French for "in bench") is a session in which a case is heard before all the judges of a court (before the entire bench) rather than by a panel of judges selected from them. En banc review is often used for unusually complex cases or cases considered to be of greater importance.

The district court judgement in question awarded VirnetX a...

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05:18
Shooting movies on an iPhone, Apple TV+ & Apple...




This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, questions about Apple Health, plus Neill Barham of Filmic Pro talks about the app that Steven Soderbergh used to shoot the movie "Unsane."

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05:02
Apple asks court to reconsider denial of $439M...




Apple has asked the Federal U.S. Court of Appeals to hold another hearing for its case against VirnetX, insisting last week's failed attempt to get an en banc hearing should have been allowed due to the same court invalidating some of VirnetX's patent claims just minutes beforehand.

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05:00
How printing options in Photos for macOS work

Quick! First answer that pops into your head: When you press a Print button, what do you think will happen next?

It will print, right? Sure, but not when you’re using Photos for macOS. Printing in that app is a two-step operation missing a familiar cue in the first step about the sequence that follows.

When you select an image or images and select File > Print, the Photos print dialog appears with just a few options. You can select the printer, the paper format, and a prefab printing setup. For some layout choices, like Contact Sheet and Custom, additional options appear at the bottom.

IDG

The first Print dialog seems like it will print the image when you click Print. Not so!

...

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04:46
Steve Jobs thought of bringing an Apple Credit Card...

On Tuesday Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple Begins a 'Preview Rollout' of Apple Card Today with Wider Distribution later this Month." The excitement amongst adult Apple fans is definitely building for the Apple Card, an idea borne out of the mind of Steve Jobs decades ago. It just wasn't the right time to bring it to market back then.

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04:24
Class action lawsuit claims Facebook face...

A federal appeals court has given the go-ahead to a class action lawsuit which claims that Facebook face recognition for photos is illegal in Illinois …

more…

The post Class action lawsuit claims Facebook face recognition illegal in Illinois appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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04:00
Apple files for patent for ‘folded camera’

I’m dubious that Apple will release a foldable iPhone or iPad; however, the company has filed for a patent (number 20190243112) for a “folded camera” that hints at the possibility.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that the advent of small, mobile multipurpose devices such as smartphones and tablet or pad devices has resulted in a need for high-resolution, small form factor cameras that are lightweight, compact, and capable of capturing high resolution, high quality images at low F-numbers for integration in the devices. However, due to limitations of conventional camera technology, conventional small cameras used in such devices tend to capture images at lower resolutions and/or with lower image quality than can be achieved with larger, higher quality cameras. 

Apple says that achieving higher resolution with small package size cameras generally requires use of a photosensor with small pixel size and a good, compact imaging lens system....

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04:00
Our 6 favorite new features of watchOS 6

Apple’s almost certain to introduce a new Apple Watch this September, just as it has done every year since the first Apple Watch was revealed. But you don’t have to necessarily buy new hardware to keep up with the latest improvements. Much as with the iPhone, many of the best Apple Watch upgrades come from Apple’s big yearly operating system updates.

When watchOS 6 lands this fall, it’s going to bring a lot of great stuff to your fancy little wrist computer. Now that we’ve used the beta for a while, we’ve come to recognize these as our favorite new features.

To read this article in full, please click here

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03:15
Apple boosts bug bounty program, offers greater...

If you want the good stuff, you’ve got to pay for it.

Apple has introduced an expanded bug bounty program that covers macOS, tvOS, iCloud, and iOS over at the Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas and hosted by head of security engineering Ivan Krstić. The company first introduced its bug bounty program for iOS devices in August of 2016, allowing security researchers who locate bugs in iOS to receive a cash payout for disclosing the vulnerability to Apple.

The change also follows an incident in which the company’s lack of a bug bounty program earlier this year prompted a German teenager to refuse to hand over details of a major macOS Keychain security flaw given that Apple didn’t have a payout plan in place. While the teenager eventually handed over the details of the hack, he said that he hoped his refusal would inspire Apple to expand its bug bounty program, which the company has indeed done. 

The updated bug bounty program has Apple increasing the...

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03:12
While Face ID was hacked at the Black Hat Conference...

The Black Hat 2019 Conference ran from August 3-8 and we reported earlier this week that Microsoft and Apple Leveled up their Hacker Bug Bounties. One hack was discovered in iOS and another group broke Face ID in a way that could only apply to a bad B-movie

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03:05
“This Is the Police 2” is expected to release next...

The famous game called “This Is the Police 2” is now available for pre-order on Apple’s App Store. According to the date given by the

The post “This Is the Police 2” is expected to release next month on iOS appeared first on iLounge.

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03:04
IK Multimedia’s MODO DRUM now available

IK Multimedia says MODO DRUM, its first physical modeling drum virtual instrument, is now available. It offers 10 customizable, virtual drum kits with real-time access to every parameter of each drum (kick, snares and toms) — from size and tension, to shell profile and playing style, and more. Cymbals can also be tuned and damping adjusted to ensure incredibly realistic music tracks.

To further shape their sound, users can place their kit in different acoustic environments and take advantage of a full mixer with sends and buses, as well as 19 studio processors and effects from IK’s T-RackS and AmpliTube software titles to add the final polish to any kit. An integrated Groove manager featuring more than 1,400 patterns allows users to create beats right out of the box.

MODO DRUM is now available from the IK Multimedia online store and from...

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03:04
IK Multimedia’s MODO DRUM now available

IK Multimedia says MODO DRUM, its first physical modeling drum virtual instrument, is now available. It offers 10 customizable, virtual drum kits with real-time access to every parameter of each drum (kick, snares and toms) — from size and tension, to shell profile and playing style, and more. Cymbals can also be tuned and damping adjusted to ensure incredibly realistic music tracks.

To further shape their sound, users can place their kit in different acoustic environments and take advantage of a full mixer with sends and buses, as well as 19 studio processors and effects from IK’s T-RackS and AmpliTube software titles to add the final polish to any kit. An integrated Groove manager featuring more than 1,400 patterns allows users to create beats right out of the box.

MODO DRUM is now available from the IK Multimedia online store and from...

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03:04
IK Multimedia’s MODO DRUM now available

IK Multimedia says MODO DRUM, its first physical modeling drum virtual instrument, is now available. It offers 10 customizable, virtual drum kits with real-time access to every parameter of each drum (kick, snares and toms) — from size and tension, to shell profile and playing style, and more. Cymbals can also be tuned and damping adjusted to ensure incredibly realistic music tracks.

To further shape their sound, users can place their kit in different acoustic environments and take advantage of a full mixer with sends and buses, as well as 19 studio processors and effects from IK’s T-RackS and AmpliTube software titles to add the final polish to any kit. An integrated Groove manager featuring more than 1,400 patterns allows users to create beats right out of the box.

MODO DRUM is now available from the IK Multimedia online store and from...

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03:04
IK Multimedia’s MODO DRUM now available

IK Multimedia says MODO DRUM, its first physical modeling drum virtual instrument, is now available. It offers 10 customizable, virtual drum kits with real-time access to every parameter of each drum (kick, snares and toms) — from size and tension, to shell profile and playing style, and more. Cymbals can also be tuned and damping adjusted to ensure incredibly realistic music tracks.

To further shape their sound, users can place their kit in different acoustic environments and take advantage of a full mixer with sends and buses, as well as 19 studio processors and effects from IK’s T-RackS and AmpliTube software titles to add the final polish to any kit. An integrated Groove manager featuring more than 1,400 patterns allows users to create beats right out of the box.

MODO DRUM is now available from the IK Multimedia online store and from...

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03:00
Gartner: IaaS public services market grew 31.3% in...

The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 31.3% in 2018 to total $32.4 billion, up from $24.7 billion in 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. (www.gartner.com). Amazon was once again the No. 1 vendor in the IaaS market in 2018, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM.

“Despite strong growth across the board, the cloud market’s consolidation favors the large and dominant providers, with smaller and niche providers losing share,” said Sid Nag, research vice president at Gartner. “This is an indication that scalability matters when it comes to the public cloud IaaS business. Only those providers who invest capital expenditure in building out data centers at scale across multiple regions will succeed and continue to capture market share. Offering rich feature functionality across the cloud technology stack will be the ticket to success, as well.”

In 2018, the top five IaaS providers accounted for nearly 77% of the...

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03:00
Gartner: IaaS public services market grew 31.3% in...

The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 31.3% in 2018 to total $32.4 billion, up from $24.7 billion in 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. (www.gartner.com). Amazon was once again the No. 1 vendor in the IaaS market in 2018, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM.

“Despite strong growth across the board, the cloud market’s consolidation favors the large and dominant providers, with smaller and niche providers losing share,” said Sid Nag, research vice president at Gartner. “This is an indication that scalability matters when it comes to the public cloud IaaS business. Only those providers who invest capital expenditure in building out data centers at scale across multiple regions will succeed and continue to capture market share. Offering rich feature functionality across the cloud technology stack will be the ticket to success, as well.”

In 2018, the top five IaaS providers accounted for nearly 77% of the...

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03:00
Gartner: IaaS public services market grew 31.3% in...

The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 31.3% in 2018 to total $32.4 billion, up from $24.7 billion in 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. (www.gartner.com). Amazon was once again the No. 1 vendor in the IaaS market in 2018, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM.

“Despite strong growth across the board, the cloud market’s consolidation favors the large and dominant providers, with smaller and niche providers losing share,” said Sid Nag, research vice president at Gartner. “This is an indication that scalability matters when it comes to the public cloud IaaS business. Only those providers who invest capital expenditure in building out data centers at scale across multiple regions will succeed and continue to capture market share. Offering rich feature functionality across the cloud technology stack will be the ticket to success, as well.”

In 2018, the top five IaaS providers accounted for nearly 77% of the...

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03:00
Gartner: IaaS public services market grew 31.3% in...

The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 31.3% in 2018 to total $32.4 billion, up from $24.7 billion in 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. (www.gartner.com). Amazon was once again the No. 1 vendor in the IaaS market in 2018, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM.

“Despite strong growth across the board, the cloud market’s consolidation favors the large and dominant providers, with smaller and niche providers losing share,” said Sid Nag, research vice president at Gartner. “This is an indication that scalability matters when it comes to the public cloud IaaS business. Only those providers who invest capital expenditure in building out data centers at scale across multiple regions will succeed and continue to capture market share. Offering rich feature functionality across the cloud technology stack will be the ticket to success, as well.”

In 2018, the top five IaaS providers accounted for nearly 77% of the...

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03:00
Apple to prevent device tracking via SSID, BSSID in...

Apple will apparently no longer track your device’s location by its SSID or BSSID signal.

The note comes on the heels of Apple’s WWDC 2019 developer session 713 titled, “Advances in Networking” revealed that iOS 13 will stop location tracking using your device’s SSID/BSSID using the CNCopyCurrentNetworkInfo API.

Developers have reported receiving the following email from Apple regarding the situation:

“Starting with iOS 13, the CNCopyCurrentNetworkInfo API will no longer return valid Wi-Fi SSID and BSSID information. Instead, the information returned by default will be:

SSID: “Wi-Fi” or “WLAN” (“WLAN” will be returned for the China SKU) BSSID: “00:00:00:00:00:00”

It’s technical, but it definitely gets to the point that location tracking via this methods will no longer be kosher.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

Via The Mac Observer...

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03:00
Audeara A-01 headphone review: These ANC cans...

It's a brilliant idea, and the app that makes it possible works fairly well, at least with ANC turned on.

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03:00
LG Dual Inverter Smart Air Conditioner review: This...

You can make your old window air conditioner smarter, but you can’t make it quieter or more efficient.

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02:46
VMware Fusion 11.1.1 - Run Windows apps alongside...

VMware Fusion and Fusion Pro - virtualization software for running Windows, Linux, and other systems on a Mac without rebooting. The latest version includes full support for Windows 10, macOS Mojave, and the latest Macs, including the 18-core iMac Pro and MacBook Pro with 6-core Intel i9 CPU.. VMware Fusion support DirectX 10.1 and Enhanced Metal Graphics Rendering Engine. The virtual machine platform also delivers full 64-bit support with up to 16 vCPUs, up to 3072 MB graphics memory, 64GB RAM, and an 8TB hard drive for a single virtual machine.



Version 11.1.1 (Build 14328561):

  • Mitigated a virtual machine performance issue with macOS 10.14.6 host.
  • On systems running macOS 10.14.6, you might experience performance issue with virtual machines. This performance issue is observed with encrypted virtual machines when the memory is above 2 GB. This is an incompatibility of Fusion with macOS 10.14.6.



...

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02:40
GraphicConverter 11.0.1 - $39.95

GraphicConverter is an all-purpose image-editing program that can import 200 different graphic-based formats, edit the image, and export it to any of 80 available file formats.

The high-end editing tools are perfect for graphic manipulation as well as the ability to use Photoshop-compatible plug-ins. It offers batch-conversion capabilities, a slide-show window, batch rename, batch and individual editing of metadata (EXIF, IPTC, XMP) and so much more.



Version 11.0.1:

Note: GraphicConverter 11 is a paid upgrade for all customers of version 1.x-10.x.

Download

  • You can download the update right from this dialogue.
  • The new version is also available in the download area of http://www.lemkesoft.com. The download will be much faster there due to the vailable mirror servers.

New features

  • First...
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02:13
Huawei introduced their new 'HarmonyOS'...

On Monday Patently Apple posted a report titled "While U.S. Manufacturing Company Flex closes Plants making Huawei Phones, Huawei Closer to Unveiling plans for New OS." The report noted that Huawei was set to release the much-anticipated HongMeng OS, an alternative to Google's Android OS, at Huawei's Developer Conference on August 9 in Dongguan, South China's Guangdong Province. Today Huawei introduced HarmonyOS

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01:58
FileZilla 3.44.0 - Fast and reliable FTP client.

FileZilla (ported from Windows) is a fast and reliable FTP client and server with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface.



Version 3.44.0:

  • Fixed export in context menu of Site Manager to handle multiple selected items



  • macOS 10.11 or later



Download Now]]>

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01:45
Apple looking to measure blood pressure via selfie...

Your iPhone could potentially become a blood pressure measuring tool and need nothing but a selfie video to make it happen. Currently, getting blood pressure

The post Apple looking to measure blood pressure via selfie videos appeared first on iLounge.

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01:41
Visual Studio Code 1.37.0 - Cross-platform code...

Visual Studio Code provides developers with a new choice of developer tool that combines the simplicity and streamlined experience of a code editor with the best of what developers need for their core code-edit-debug cycle. Visual Studio Code is the first code editor, and first cross-platform development tool - supporting OSX, Linux, and Windows - in the Visual Studio family.

At its heart, Visual Studio Code features a powerful, fast code editor great for day-to-day use. The Preview release of Code already has many of the features developers need in a code and text editor, including navigation, keyboard support with customizable bindings, syntax highlighting, bracket matching, auto indentation, and snippets, with support for dozens of languages.

For serious coding, developers often need to work with code as more than just text. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for always-on IntelliSense code completion, richer semantic code understanding...

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01:36
iOS update in Adobe Capture now allows custom...

Adobe has released a new tool that can help users make their own gradients and save them in several available formats. On the company’s blog,

The post iOS update in Adobe Capture now allows custom gradients appeared first on iLounge.

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01:21
ASMR Series launched by Apple uses iPhone-shot...

Apple has released new ‘Shot on iPhone’ videos that highlights the iPhone’s mic and camera quality. These four videos are the first ones in what

The post ASMR Series launched by Apple uses iPhone-shot recordings appeared first on iLounge.

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01:01
LibreOffice 6.3.0.4 - Free, open-source office suite.

LibreOffice is an office suite (word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, drawing tool) compatible with other major office suites. The Document Foundation is coordinating development and maintenance of this OpenOffice.org fork.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.



Version 6.3.0.4:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later

  • A feature-rich major release of the LibreOffice 6 family with better performance, a large number of new and improved features, and enhanced interoperability with proprietary document formats.



  • OS X 10.10 or later



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00:00
How to change Siri voice feedback volume on iPhone,...

Do you find Siri’s responses to be too loud or too quiet on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch? Follow along below for how to change the Siri voice feedback volume.

more…

The post How to change Siri voice feedback volume on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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00:00
Apple Confirms $1 Million Reward For Anyone Who Can...

Apple says it will offer up to $1 million for hackers who can find vulnerabilities in iPhones and Macs. "That's up from $200,000, and in the fall the program will be open to all researchers," reports Forbes. "Previously only those on the company's invite-only bug bounty program were eligible to receive rewards." From the report: As Forbes reported on Monday, Apple is also launching a Mac bug bounty, which was confirmed Thursday, but it's also extending it to watchOS and its Apple TV operating system. The announcements came in Las Vegas at the Black Hat conference, where Apple's head of security engineering Ivan Krstic gave a talk on iOS and macOS security. Forbes also revealed on Monday that Apple was to give bug bounty participants "developer devices" -- iPhones that let hackers dive further into iOS. They can, for instance, pause the processor to look at what's happening with data in memory. Krstic confirmed the iOS Security Research Device program would be by application only....

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Thursday August 8

21:33
Apple updates USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter...




Apple this week started sales of an updated version of its USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, delivering HDMI 2.0 support for 60Hz refresh rates at high resolutions, HDR output and more.

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20:59
ffWorks 1.3.4 - Convert multimedia files between...

ffWorks, focused on simplicity, brings a fresh approach to the use of FFmpeg, allowing you to create ultra-high-quality movies without the need to write a single line of code on the command-line.

  • High Quality and Control - Convert and processes many media files with high level quality using FFmpeg with no knowledge. Advanced users are not left out in the cold with lots of options to work with.
  • Media Formats - Support for many codecs and containers like MPEG4, H264, H265 HEVC, Matroska, PRORES, DNxHD, DVVideo, MPEG TS, MPEG PS, XAVS, FLV, Theora, AVI, OGG, VP8 and VP9 (.webm), Animated GIF, VOB, MXF, GFX, and many more.
  • Merging Media Files - Stitch unlimited files to one file using either of two methods: concat pass-thru (blistering fast) and Complex Filter.
  • Subtitles Support - Both hard-burned and soft subtitles are supported (external or embedded).
  • ...
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20:59
DEVONthink Pro 3.0beta6 - Knowledge base,...

DEVONthink Pro is your essential assistant for today's world, where almost everything is digital. From shopping receipts to important research papers, your life often fills your hard drive in the form of emails, PDFs, Word documents, multimedia files and more. Questions eventually pop up, like where do you store all of this stuff? How do you organize these very different file types, and even better, how do you find the exact file you're looking for the second you need it? It's almost as if you need a second brain just to keep your digital life straight.

DEVONthink Pro is the solution to the digital age conundrum. It is your second brain, the one and only database for all your digital files, be they PDFs, emails, Word docs or even multimedia files. Boasting a refined artificial intelligence, DEVONthink Pro is exceedingly flexible and adapts to your personal needs. And if the files are not digital yet, digitize them with DEVONthink Pro Office. Use it as your...

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20:59
WhatsApp 0.3.4157 - Desktop client for WhatsApp...

WhatsApp is the desktop client for WhatsApp Messenger, a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. WhatsApp Messenger is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone, and Nokia and yes, those phones can all message each other! Because WhatsApp Messenger uses the same internet data plan that you use for email and web browsing, there is no cost to message and stay in touch with your friends. In addition to basic messaging WhatsApp users can create groups, send each other unlimited images, video and audio media messages.



Version 0.3.4157:

  • Bug fixes and performance improvements



  • OS X 10.10 or later



Download Now

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20:59
OmniGraffle 7.11.1 - Create diagrams, flow charts,...

OmniGraffle helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.



Version 7.11.1:

  • Canvas Previews - Fixed a bug that caused the preview image in the sidebar to occasionally appear next to the wrong canvas.
  • Stability - Fixed a crash that could sometimes occur when moving layers after editing text.
  • Variables - Fixed a bug that prevented the Length variable from accounting for the Canvas Scale setting.



  • macOS 10.13.2 or later



...

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20:59
Box Sync 4.0.7965 - Online synchronization tool for...

Box Sync gives you a hard-drive in the Cloud for online storage.

Note: You must first sign up to use Box.

What if the files you need are on your laptop -- but you're on the road with your iPhone? No worries! With Box, you store files online -- then access them anywhere, anytime, on any device.

  • Get 10 GB Free and Organize All Your Files Into Folders -- Store all kinds of files online, then arrange them into folders just like on your desktop.
  • View and Access Files on Demand -- Box provides anytime, anywhere access to your files from any device -- whether you're in Nebraska or Norway.
  • Convenience and Peace of Mind -- Throwing thumb drives in your bag, transferring files to CDs, stressing about a stolen laptop -- that's yesterday. Today, everything's on Box.

Get and Share Big Files -- Quickly and Easily
There are lots of ways Box can ramp up your...

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20:59
Day One 4.1 - Maintain a daily journal.

Day One is an easy, great-looking way to use a journal / diary / text-logging application. Day One is well designed and extremely focused to encourage you to write more through quick Menu Bar entry, a Reminder system, and inspirational messages. Support for Dropbox syncing allows easy backup and syncing with the Day One iPhone application.

Features

  • Customizable reminder system
  • Quick-entry via the menu bar
  • Inspirational messages to encourage writing
  • iPhone application sync (via Dropbox)
  • Starred entries list

Note: Day One is not encrypted or password protected on this version. If this is an issue for you, please do not purchase this app yet.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



Version 4.1:
New:

  • Added “Open” button to Menu Bar and Share Extension, which now opens to a small...
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20:59
Malwarebytes 3.8.17.2526 - Adware removal tool (was...

Malwarebytes (was AdwareMedic) helps you get your Mac experience back. Malwarebytes scans for and removes code that degrades system performance or attacks your system. Making your Mac once again your Mac. The app can be used for free to clean infected devices, but real-time protection requires an upgrade to the Premium plan, whose pricing info can be found here.

What It Does:

  • Removes adware, such as Genieo, VSearch, and Vidx
  • Removes malware, including Trojans
  • Scans quickly
  • Simplifies program management through a clean, lean interface

How It Does It:

  • Anti-adware
  • Anti-malware
  • Light footprint
  • Simple interface



Version 3.8.17.2526:

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.



  • OS X 10.10 or later...

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20:59
Opera 62.0.3331.119 - High-performance Web browser.

Opera is a fast and secure browser trusted by millions of users. With the intuitive interface, Speed Dial and visual bookmarks for organizing favorite sites, news feature with fresh, relevant content, speed-boosting Opera Turbo mode and more handy features, Opera has everything you need to do more on the web. Also, with 1700+ available extensions, you can mix and match additional features to customize the browser the way you want.



Version 62.0.3331.119:

  • CHR-7498 Update chromium on desktop-stable-75-3331 to 75.0.3770.142
  • DNA-78224 Sidebar buttons for internal pages not working on internal pages
  • DNA-78291 [Mac] Unable to move detached developer tool window
  • DNA-78385 [MacOS] Pinned communicators are not visible in full-screen mode
  • DNA-78502 Reload page button on toolbar doesn’t work on Mac
  • DNA-80057 [Mac] Unable to resize pinned communicator on desktop-stable-75-3331


...

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20:59
OmniGraffle Pro 7.11.1 - Create diagrams, flow...

OmniGraffle Pro helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically, using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.

OmiGraffle Professional has all of the great features in the standard version, plus a powerful toolset for advanced document creation and editing options. For the pro user who's looking for an in-depth diagramming application that's still priced below the competition, you've come to the right place.



Version 7.11.1:

  • Canvas Previews - Fixed a bug that caused the preview image in the sidebar to occasionally appear next to the wrong...
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20:59
iMazing 2.9.14 - Complete iOS device manager (was...

iMazing (was DiskAid) is the ultimate iOS device manager with capabilities far beyond what iTunes offers.

With iMazing and your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you can:

  • Copy music to and from any iOS device (even from one iOS device to another!), regardless of what Mac or PC the device is already synced to. Music transfer done right, without limitations or restrictions.
  • Backup & restore individual iOS apps along with your custom saved data, perfect for freeing up space on your iOS device without losing your files, great for installing apps including your data on another iOS device you own.
  • Transfer files to and from an iOS device, and browse the iOS file system.
  • Use your iOS device like a USB key.
  • Browse and save messages (SMS, MMS, iMessage), voicemails, and call logs, none of which iTunes can do.
  • Browse, save, and add contacts to your iPhone, without automatically adding them to your...
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20:59
BusyCal 3.6.9 - Powerful calendar app with multiple...

BusyCal is the powerful, flexible, reliable calendar app for macOS. It's packed with time-saving features and compatible with all leading cloud services including iCloud, Google, Exchange and more.

BusyCal displays your calendar in Day, Week, Month, Year and List views. What makes BusyCal unique is its ability to customize these views to more precisely meet your needs. You can choose the number of weeks shown in the Month view and the number of days shown in Week view and even customize the calendar's appearance by choosing a font face and size, calendar colors, time format and more.

Features

  • View and edit event details in a non-modal info panel.
  • Create repeating To Dos that display in the calendar and carry-forward until completed.
  • Scrolling Month and Week Views.
  • Customizable list view lets you filter and sort events by date, calendar, and more.
  • View live weather forecasts, sunrise/sunset times, and...
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20:59
1Password 7.3.2 - Powerful password manager;...

1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!

Note: price shown in the listing is that of a 1-month subscription. To view other pricing options, go here.

1Password is also available for and syncs with Windows, iOS, and Android.



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20:59
Viber 11.3.0 - Send messages and make free Viber...

Viber lets you send free messages and make free calls to other Viber users, on any device and network, in any country!

Viber syncs your contacts, messages and call history with your mobile device, so you can start the conversation on the Viber mobile application and continue from the comfort of your Mac.

Features:

  • High-quality HD voice calls
  • Video calls
  • Free text and photo messages
  • Group conversations
  • No registration, passwords or invitations required
  • Contacts and messages sync between your mobile and Mac
  • Transfer ongoing calls between devices



Version 11.3.0:

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20:53
Apple releases new version of its USB-C Digital AV...

Apple this week has quietly released a new version of its USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. This $69 adapter includes a USB-C port, HDMI port, and USB-A port, with the new version making several notable improvements.

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20:53
Apple releases new version of its USB-C Digital AV...

Apple this week has quietly released a new version of its USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. This $69 adapter includes a USB-C port, HDMI port, and USB-A port, with the new version making several notable improvements.

more…

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18:56
Apple Card: How to view your card number in the...

Apple Card is now rolling out to users who signed up on Apple’s website. Read on as we explain how to view your Apple Card card number.

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17:54
Facebook dangles big money to lure news outlets into...




Social media giant Facebook is reportedly offering major publications millions of dollars to secure content for a news section it aims to debut later this year, a move that could put pressure on subscription services like Apple News+.

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17:37
Security researchers demonstrate how to bypass Face...

At the Black Hat security conference today, researchers demonstrated a unique way to bypass Face ID authentication. The foundation of the bypass is a pair of glasses with tape on them, and the Attention Detection feature of Face ID.

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16:59
Apple to sell new Mophie multi-device wireless...




Apple appears set to start sales of two new multi-device Qi wireless chargers from Mophie in its retail and online stores.

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16:47
Twitter testing ‘reply notifications’ feature that...

Twitter has detailed a feature it’s testing on iOS that allows you to receive notifications when someone replies to a tweet in which you’re interested. This feature was first discovered earlier this year.

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16:40
Apple adds more drivers to autonomous car project




Apple is expanding efforts to forward its self-driving car project, and according to government documents has added 33 drivers to test its fleet of 69 autonomous vehicles over the past three months.

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15:57
Apple increases the size of its team responsible for...

Apple is continuing to grow its fleet self-driving car test drivers in California. According to new data from the California DMV, Apple now has a total of 69 self-driving cars and 143 certified drivers on the road.

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15:35
Tim Cook invites Coast Guard Admiral Karl Shultz to...




Apple CEO Tim Cook met with U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Karl Schultz at Apple Park on Thursday, where the two discussed a range of topics including similarities in their seemingly disparate jobs.

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15:03
Researchers Demonstrated Method for Bypassing Face...

During the Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas, researchers demonstrated a Face ID bypass method that used glasses and tape to unlock and infiltrate the iPhone of an "unconscious" victim.

According to a report from Threatpost (via iMore), researchers from Tencent aimed to fool the "liveness" detection feature in biometrics, which is meant to distinguish "real" from "fake" features on people.

Liveness detection, said the researchers, detects background noise and response distortion or focus blur, allowing it to make sure that a face is a real face and not a mask. This liveness detection is used by Face ID, and Apple even has an "Attention Aware" feature that makes sure your iPhone doesn't unlock unless you're looking at it.

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14:50
Tim Cook meets with US Coast Guard Commandant...

Tim Cook today met with Admiral Karl Schultz, the Commandant of the United States Coast Guard. The two met at Apple Park, with Shultz sharing a picture from the visit on his Twitter account.

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14:27
Face ID security defeated with glasses and tape




Security researchers were able to bypass Face ID's "liveness" detection on the iPhone and iPad Pro with everyday items, defeating what is considered the industry's most advanced biometric security system using little more than a pair of glasses with tape affixed to the lenses.

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13:57
News round-up: Apple activates ‘dormant software...

Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, we’ll frequently offer a wrap-up of news items you should check out.

Apple has activated a "dormant software lock" on its latest iPhones to discourage battery replacements that aren't undertaken by Apple, according to iFixit

AppleInsider reports that Russia has joined the list of countries taking a look at alleged antitrust law violations by Apple, this time, over removal of parental monitoring applications from the App Store.

Apple says that 88% of all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models are now running iOS 12. That proportion rises to 90% if counting only devices released in the last four years....

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13:39
Uber has more than 100 million users, but is still...

Uber might seem ubiquitous, but the ridesharing company is still growing, it reported in its quarterly earnings. In July, more than 100 million people took Ubers or used the company's services. That's the first time it hit that monthly milestone. Tri...

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13:30
Wirecutter's best deals: Save $300 on a Google...

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read Wirecutter's continuously updated list of deals here.

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13:25
Apple's expanded bug bounty program covers all...




Apple is opening its bug bounty program to cover all of its operating systems, with the company expanding and improving the scheme to pay researchers for finding bugs in macOS, watchOS, tvOS, iPadOS, and iCloud, along with the current payouts for iOS issues. Also new are special iPhones that will help select researchers surface vulnerabilities.

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13:24
Day One 4.1 - Maintain a daily journal.

Day One is an easy, great-looking way to use a journal / diary / text-logging application. Day One is well designed and extremely focused to encourage you to write more through quick Menu Bar entry, a Reminder system, and inspirational messages. Support for Dropbox syncing allows easy backup and syncing with the Day One iPhone application.

Features

  • Customizable reminder system
  • Quick-entry via the menu bar
  • Inspirational messages to encourage writing
  • iPhone application sync (via Dropbox)
  • Starred entries list

Note: Day One is not encrypted or password protected on this version. If this is an issue for you, please do not purchase this app yet.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



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13:21
Apple Ups Bug Bounty Payouts, Expands Access to All...

Apple is introducing an expanded bug bounty program that covers macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and iCloud as well as iOS devices, Apple's head of security engineering Ivan Krstić announced this afternoon at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas.

Apple introduced its bug bounty program for iOS devices in August of 2016, allowing security researchers who locate bugs in iOS to receive a cash payout for disclosing the vulnerability to Apple. Prior to now, non-iOS devices were not included, a move that has previously been criticized by the security community.

Apple's lack of a macOS bug bounty program made headlines earlier this year when a German teenager initially refused to hand...

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13:21
Apple Ups Bug Bounty Payouts, Expands Access to All...

Apple is introducing an expanded bug bounty program that covers macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and iCloud as well as iOS devices, Apple's head of security engineering Ivan Krstić announced this afternoon at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas.

Apple introduced its bug bounty program for iOS devices in August of 2016, allowing security researchers who locate bugs in iOS to receive a cash payout for disclosing the vulnerability to Apple. Prior to now, non-iOS devices were not included, a move that has previously been criticized by the security community.

Apple's lack of a macOS bug bounty program made headlines earlier this year when a German teenager initially refused to hand...

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13:18
Apple vastly expands security bounty program: higher...

After hearing rumors about Apple expanding its bug bounty program earlier this week along with expectations for the company to start giving out dev devices like iPhones to security researchers, Apple has confirmed at the Black Hat conference today a vast expansion to its bounty program along with opening it up to all.

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13:12
Apple will soon carry its first multi-device...

Since Apple confirmed the death of AirPower in March, we’ve seen countless alternatives pop up. Now, Apple is set to start selling its first multi-device wireless charger as an alternative to AirPower.

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12:56
Back to school: The mobile gear you'll need on...

Please enjoy this guide to the best smartphones, tablets and smartwatches for students, just one part of our larger 2019 back-to-school series. In addition to top picks in 11 categories -- everything from laptops to smartphones to gaming and dorm gea...

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12:38
While Global Notebook Shipments Grew under 1% Year-...

For calendary Q2 (fiscal Q3) Apple's CEO Tim Cook stated during the company's financial conference call that "We were also very happy with double-digit revenue growth from Mac fueled by a strong performance of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Today a new analytical report shows that Apple's MacBook shipments soared ...

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12:30
Review: Symfonisk AirPlay 2 Bookshelf Speaker --...




Ikea teamed with Sonos, and the pairing has produced the $99 Symfonisk Bookshelf Wi-Fi speaker with AirPlay 2. How does it compare to pricier speaker alternatives.

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12:26
Appeals court allows Facebook facial recognition...

Facebook users now have the green light to sue the company over its use of facial recognition tech. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled in the plaintiffs' favor 3-0 after Facebook tried to block a class-action lawsuit which cla...

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12:09
DeepMind uses AI to track Serengeti wildlife with...

DeepMind has joined the ranks of those using AI to save fragile wildlife populations, and it's doing that on a grand scale. The company is partnering with conservationists and ecologists on a project that uses machine learning to speedily detect and...

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11:47
Dear Esther for iOS is set to debut later this year

Dear Esther for iOS will release later this year. Developer Chinese Room took to Twitter to announce the upcoming arrival of its beloved indie game on Apple’s handheld devices. All the details are down below. more…

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11:44
9to5Mac Daily: August 08, 2019 – Apple teams up with...

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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11:43
Samsung's Galaxy Home smart speaker is still...

While Samsung's Unpacked event was mostly about the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, a new S Pen and a Galaxy Book S laptop, plenty of observers expected some news on the fate of Galaxy Home. Samsung announced the smart speaker a year ago, but it's been...

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11:25
Disney Will Bundle Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12....

Disney says it will bundle Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for the same price as Netflix’s standard streaming plan. Is this essentially just an introductory rate to be followed by a price hike or is Disney setting a new low mark that competitors will have to match?

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11:22
Global notebook shipments up with Apple showing...




Apple's MacBooks have seen a considerable growth in global shipments in the second quarter over the same period in 2018, with TrendForce figures indicating the product line shipped 19.8% more units year-on-year, the highest among the other top notebook vendors.

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11:15
‘Apple Music for Artists’ now available for musicians

After a period of beta testing, Apple has released Apple released Apple Music for Artists, a dashboard designed to provide acts with hundreds of data points that provide analytical insight into their fans’ listening and buying habits.

The navigable dashboard’s home page provides artists with their current number of plays, spins, song purchases and album purchases. The user can specify the time period ranging from the past 24 hours to the 2015 launch of Apple Music. 

An Insights panel showcases key milestones via bullet points that highlight such information as all-time number of plays and purchases for specific songs or cumulatively. 



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11:12
Twitch unveils its own desktop broadcasting app

Until now, people who stream their gameplay or lives on Twitch have done so through a PS4, Xbox One, Twitch's mobile app, Twitch Sings or third-party software. As of today, there's another option for those hoping to become the next Ninja, Dr. Disresp...

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11:10
Apple posts fifth public betas of iOS 13, iPad OS 13...

Apple has released the fifth public betas of iOS 13, iPad OS 13, and tvOS 13. The public betas are available on Apple's Beta Software Program website. Just remember that beta software, so proceed with care.

Apple does public betas in order to increase the size of the pool of testers. The tech giant recommends keeping back-ups of your files before installing a public beta.

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11:05
Apple HomePod has 5% of U.S. smart speaker market

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), has released results from its research on smart speakers, including Echo from Amazon, Home from Google, and HomePod from Apple for owners of devices as June 30, 2019.

CIRP analysis indicates that the U.S.installed base of smart speaker devices is 76 million units, up from 70 million units in the March 2019 quarter and 50 million units in the June 2018 quarter. Amazon Echo has 70% of the installed base, with Google Home accounting for 25% and Apple HomePod at 5%.

“While the biggest growth in the market for smart speakers is in the holiday fourth quarter, Amazon Echo and Google Home continues to grow their installed bases in the past couple of quarters,” said Josh Lowitz, Partner and Co-Founder of CIRP. “The market grew by 9% in the second quarter, and more than 50% year over year. Including Apple HomePod, all three major producers have...

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10:56
Hand-drawn RPG 'Indivisible' finally...

Cuphead isn't the only hand-drawn game to have a years-long birthing process. Lab Zero and 505 Games have announced that their action RPG Indivisible will reach PCs (via Steam), the PS4 and Xbox One on October 8th. The Switch version is "coming soon,...

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10:29
'Apple Music for Artists' analytics tool...




Apple has given all musicians a way to examine the listening habits of their fans, with 'Apple Music for Artists' exiting an extended beta test program on Thursday.

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10:23
Apple Is Locking Batteries To Specific iPhones, a...

A longtime nightmare scenario for independent iPhone repair companies has come true: Apple has tied batteries to specific iPhones, meaning that only it has the ability to perform an authorized battery replacement on the newest versions of iPhones, two independent experiments have found. From a report: Battery replacements are among the most common repairs done by Apple and by independent repair companies. This is because lithium ion batteries eventually lose their ability to hold a charge, which will eventually make the phone unusable. Replacing the battery greatly extends the life of the phone: Apple CEO Tim Cook acknowledged earlier this year that battery replacements are resulting in fewer people buying new iPhones, which has affected Apple's bottom line. It's concerning on many levels, then, that on the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and XR, that any battery swap not performed by Apple will result in the phone's settings saying that the new battery needs "Service." An iPhone will still...

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10:21
‘Apple Music for Artists’ exits beta, now available...

Last year, Apple launched an “Apple Music for Artists” platform that displayed things like analytical data, milestones, and more. That dashboard, however, was only available via the web and to a small group of artists. All of that changes today, with Apple launching a new Apple Music for Artists app for iOS and more.

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10:19
Fifth public beta of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13 now...




A day after the most recent developer beta of tvOS 13, iOS 13, and iPadOS 13, Apple has made the same build available for public beta testers.

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10:10
Apple Releases Fifth Public Betas of iOS 13 and...

Apple today released the fifth public betas of iOS 13 and iPadOS to its public beta testing group, one week after seeding the fourth public betas and a day after seeding the sixth developer beta.

Beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program will receive the iOS 13 beta update over-the-air after installing the proper certificate on an iOS device.

Those who want to join the beta testing program can sign up on Apple's beta testing website, which gives users access to iOS, macOS, and tvOS betas. Before installing a beta, make sure to create a full encrypted iTunes backup or an iCloud...

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10:08
Apple faces anti-trust probe in Russia over rejected...

Apple's removal of a parental control app has now made it the target of an anti-trust probe in Russia. The nation's Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) is investigating a complaint by Kaspersky Lab over the rejection of its Safe Kids app from the App...

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10:05
Report: HomePod price drop doesn’t move needle on...

A new report out today from CIRP takes a look at US smart speaker sales during Q2 (Apple’s Q3). Even though Apple dropped HomePod’s price at the beginning of the last quarter, the smart speaker’s market share hasn’t increased.

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10:04
Philips WiZ Connected Wi-Fi smart bulbs support Siri...




Philips has launched a new set of smart light bulbs under Signify's WiZ Connected ecosystem, one that works differently from the manufacturer's existing Hue range in that they connect directly with Wi-Fi, eliminating the need for an intermediary hub.

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10:04
OmniGraffle Pro 7.11.1 - Create diagrams, flow...

OmniGraffle Pro helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically, using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.

OmiGraffle Professional has all of the great features in the standard version, plus a powerful toolset for advanced document creation and editing options. For the pro user who's looking for an in-depth diagramming application that's still priced below the competition, you've come to the right place.



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09:59
Here are the best Apple Watch deals for August 2019




Summer may be winding down, but these Apple Watch deals are heating up as we make our way through August. Here's where to grab the lowest prices on Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 3 devices, with prices starting at just $199.

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09:58
Apple releasing fifth iOS 13 public beta today

Apple today is releasing the fifth public beta of iOS 13. This comes following the release of the sixth developer beta yesterday. Apple is also releasing iPadOS 13 public beta 5 and likely tvOS 13 beta 5 today.

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09:57
Smart speaker market growing steadily but dominated...




A new report by CIRP shows that price seems to be the driving factor behind smart speaker adoption and market growth, with over 50 percent of the market belonging to entry-level Amazon Echo and Google Dot and Mini devices.

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09:56
OmniGraffle 7.11.1 - Create diagrams, flow charts,...

OmniGraffle helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.



Version 7.11.1:

  • Canvas Previews - Fixed a bug that caused the preview image in the sidebar to occasionally appear next to the wrong canvas.
  • Stability - Fixed a crash that could sometimes occur when moving layers after editing text.
  • Variables - Fixed a bug that prevented the Length variable from accounting for the Canvas Scale setting.



  • macOS 10.13.2 or later



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09:52
Apple's HomePod Estimated to Have Just 5% of...

Apple's HomePod accounted for just 5 percent of the estimated 76 million smart speaker installed base in the United States in the second quarter of 2019, according to new data shared today by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP).

Amazon continues to be the number one smart speaker vendor in the U.S., followed by Google. Amazon Echo devices accounted for 70 percent of smart speakers in the United States during the quarter, while Google Home devices accounted for 25 percent.

The smart speaker market has seen strong growth, with the U.S. installed base of 76 million speakers up nine percent from 70 million units in the March 2019 quarter. Growth is also up significantly compared to last June, when there were an estimated 50 million smart speakers in the United States."While the biggest growth in the market for smart speakers is in the holiday fourth quarter, Amazon...

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09:39
Sonos will show off new products at IFA this fall

Between releasing speakers in collaboration with IKEA, adding long-awaited Google Assistant support, updating its most popular speaker and launching a partnership with architectural speaker-maker Sonance, Sonos has had a busy 2019. However, it looks...

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09:27
Popular indie game 'Dear Esther' is coming...

Journey made a surprise debut on iOS this week and you'll soon be able to play another indie darling on the go. The Chinese Room says its exploration-focused Dear Esther will be available for iPhone and iPad later this year.

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09:17
TrendForce: 16-Inch MacBook Pro Will Hit Shelves...

Apple's rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro will be released in the third quarter, aka early fall, according to Taiwanese research firm TrendForce.

An excerpt from TrendForce's press release on notebook market share:According to the 3Q outlook for notebook shipments, demand for Chromebooks remains strong thanks to the back-to-school period; at the same time, we see new products hitting shelves, such as Apple's 16-inch MacBook, Dell's products with 16:10 aspect ratio, Asus's dual-screen laptop, as well as various gaming laptops in increasingly hot demand.The report describes the notebook as a 16-inch MacBook, but this very likely refers to the 16-inch MacBook Pro, as all other reports have indicated.

TrendForce is at least the fifth source to claim that a 16-inch MacBook Pro is coming in the fall, alongside TF International Securities analyst...

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09:14
Apple locks new iPhone batteries to prevent third-...

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If your new iPhone needs a new battery anytime soon, you may not want to bother replacing it yourself or heading to your local third-party shop. Thanks to a change on Apple's part, you'll be basically left with a permanent warning message if you do.

iFixit reports that replacing a battery in the iPhone XR, XS, or XS Max generates a "service" message saying the phone is "unable to verify this iPhone has a genuine Apple battery." The phone will also not display any battery health...

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09:05
Latest MacBook Pro deals take up to $300 off and...
09:00
Why does the Galaxy Note still exist?

Watching the Galaxy Note 10 keynote, it became clear that the whole Note series has run out of runway. When it first launched, it was a wacky experiment to see if there was a market for an over-sized phone. But times have changed, and what was once t...

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08:56
Ulysses update will bring fresh iPad fullscreen mode...

Popular Mac and iOS writing app, Ulysses, has an update planned that will bring an improved fullscreen mode for iPad, new export styles, keyword management for iOS, and more.

more…

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08:54
Google Flights will refund the difference if prices...

Just after shutting down its Trips travel-planning app, Google has announced a raft of travel-related features for other products, including a flight price guarantee. For a limited time, when it tells you prices won't drop on a trip you book through...

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08:42
iHeartMedia is returning podcasts to their radio...

If you own a radio network, how do you promote your podcasts? By calling back to the roots of podcass and airing them on the radio, of course. iHeartMedia has unveiled a Sunday Night Podcasts initiative that will air podcasts on 270 of its radio st...

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08:31
The best desktops for back-to-school season

Please enjoy this guide to the best desktops for students, just one part of our larger 2019 back-to-school series. In addition to top picks in 11 categories -- everything from laptops to smartphones to gaming and dorm gear -- we went big on tips and...

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08:30
How would you rate Apple's newest AirPods?

The original Airpods from 2016 had issues with sound quality and fit, but the second generation packed in a few upgrades, including a H1 chipset that bolstered Bluetooth connection speeds and a wireless charging case. In his review Senior Editor Chri...

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08:23
Barclays pessimistic on AAPL, predicting imminent...




Barclays has started to cover Apple's stock once again, handled by a new managing director at the investment bank, but the initial view of the iPhone maker is dreary, landing it with a price target of $192 and an 'Equal Weight rating" based on 5G iPhone and Services pessimism.

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08:13
Samsung Removes Ad Mocking iPhone's Lack of...

Samsung has spent years releasing ads that mock Apple's decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone, a move that began with the iPhone 7 in 2016. Now that Samsung has removed the headphone jack from the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy Note 10, the company has quietly deleted these mocking ads from some of its YouTube channels.

From Samsung's ad "Growing Up"

As discovered by Business Insider, the commercial "Growing Up" has now been removed from the main Samsung YouTube channel and the Samsung Mobile USA channel. The ad was ...

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08:13
Satechi debuts 72W Type-C PD Car Charger, Apple MFi...

Satechi has launched the 72W Type-C PD Car Charger and Apple MFi Certified USB-C to Lightning Cable. Using the latest Power Delivery technology, users can connect devices using the USB-C Lightning Cable to the 72W Car Charger to charge up to two devices...

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08:00
Satechi’s 72W USB-C PD car charger can power up...

Charging on the go is one of the key benefits of Apple’s transition from MagSafe to USB-C on MacBooks, but early solutions struggled to maintain a charge during use on even the lowest power notebooks. That’s changed thanks to USB-C PD which can actually deliver enough power to juice up energy-hungry computers during use.

Satechi’s new 72W USB-C PD Car Charger is the latest accessory to use the latest charging technology, and the result is the ability to charge a MacBook on the road for a reasonable price. Satechi also has a new USB-C Lightning cable debuting alongside its 2-in-1 car charger.

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08:00
Human Things' Switch charger is also a portable...

If you're looking for a portable way to play Nintendo Switch games on a big screen, a new Kickstarter project from accessory maker Human Things, creators of a Switch Bluetooth audio dongle, might be just what you need.

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07:50
Hands-on: iOS 13 beta 6 changes and features [Video]

Yesterday Apple released the sixth beta of iOS 13 to developers, and as is often the case, it comes bundled with several new noteworthy changes and features.

New iOS 13 beta updates include a dedicated Dark Mode toggle, the ability to show and hide link previews from the Safari context menu, and more. Watch our hands-on look at iOS 13 beta 6 changes and features for more details. more…

The post Hands-on: iOS 13 beta 6 changes and features [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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07:26
Oh Samsung

Jake Kanter, Business Insider:

Samsung has a long and illustrious history of trolling Apple in its smartphone commercials. But now the South Korean firm is cloning one of the iPhone features it once mocked, and has quietly deleted records of the ads.

I kind of like the sequencing of this tweet from Sam Henri Gold.

Oh Samsung.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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07:22
Proof launches fmEZcharts, a chart, dashboard...

The Proof Group and NorthEast DataBase Solutions have launched the first community edition version of fmEZcharts (http://fmezcharts.com), a chart and dashboard tool for Claris FileMaker. 

They say it offers a tighter, cleaner look and feel, with improved functionality and usability. It also includes new features like the ability to pick themes, colors, and data sets, as well as a larger selection of ready-to-go charts.

The community edition of fmEZcharts is available to download for free. It comes with a locked copy of fmEZCharts, pre-configured chart examples, a demo video to get you started, and community forum support. 

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07:22
Proof launches fmEZcharts, a chart, dashboard...

The Proof Group and NorthEast DataBase Solutions have launched the first community edition version of fmEZcharts (http://fmezcharts.com), a chart and dashboard tool for Claris FileMaker. 

They say it offers a tighter, cleaner look and feel, with improved functionality and usability. It also includes new features like the ability to pick themes, colors, and data sets, as well as a larger selection of ready-to-go charts.

The community edition of fmEZcharts is available to download for free. It comes with a locked copy of fmEZCharts, pre-configured chart examples, a demo video to get you started, and community forum support. 

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07:22
Proof launches fmEZcharts, a chart, dashboard...

The Proof Group and NorthEast DataBase Solutions have launched the first community edition version of fmEZcharts (http://fmezcharts.com), a chart and dashboard tool for Claris FileMaker. 

They say it offers a tighter, cleaner look and feel, with improved functionality and usability. It also includes new features like the ability to pick themes, colors, and data sets, as well as a larger selection of ready-to-go charts.

The community edition of fmEZcharts is available to download for free. It comes with a locked copy of fmEZCharts, pre-configured chart examples, a demo video to get you started, and community forum support. 

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07:22
Proof launches fmEZcharts, a chart, dashboard...

The Proof Group and NorthEast DataBase Solutions have launched the first community edition version of fmEZcharts (http://fmezcharts.com), a chart and dashboard tool for Claris FileMaker. 

They say it offers a tighter, cleaner look and feel, with improved functionality and usability. It also includes new features like the ability to pick themes, colors, and data sets, as well as a larger selection of ready-to-go charts.

The community edition of fmEZcharts is available to download for free. It comes with a locked copy of fmEZCharts, pre-configured chart examples, a demo video to get you started, and community forum support. 

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07:16
Bitcoin scammer picks the absolute wrong person to...

Even if you know nothing about Bitcoin, this is pretty easy to follow. But if you have a sense of that universe, this is step-by-step, slow motion sweet revenge, social engineering in reverse.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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07:14
Peer-to-peer 8Chan mirror makes users responsible...

It's been a few days since Cloudflare stopped providing security protections to 8Chan, which led to the notorious site going offline. While 8Chan's leaders are still trying unsuccessfully to bring the site back, some of its users have found a way to...

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07:12
Apple Music launches Apple Digital Masters, new...

Billboard:

On Wednesday (August 7) Apple Music announced the launch of Apple Digital Masters, a new initiative by the streaming giant that combines all of its “Mastered for iTunes” offerings into one global catalog. This is the company’s first public acknowledgement of the initiative, which it has been quietly unveiling for some time.

You’ll see the new “Apple Digital Master” on associated songs in the Music app in macOS Catalina. I’m hoping for a checkbox that lets me limit my music browsing to only those songs.

Take a look at this Reddit post to get a look at the new badge.

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07:11
Opera 62.0.3331.119 - High-performance Web browser.

Opera is a fast and secure browser trusted by millions of users. With the intuitive interface, Speed Dial and visual bookmarks for organizing favorite sites, news feature with fresh, relevant content, speed-boosting Opera Turbo mode and more handy features, Opera has everything you need to do more on the web. Also, with 1700+ available extensions, you can mix and match additional features to customize the browser the way you want.



Version 62.0.3331.119:

  • CHR-7498 Update chromium on desktop-stable-75-3331 to 75.0.3770.142
  • DNA-78224 Sidebar buttons for internal pages not working on internal pages
  • DNA-78291 [Mac] Unable to move detached developer tool window
  • DNA-78385 [MacOS] Pinned communicators are not visible in full-screen mode
  • DNA-78502 Reload page button on toolbar doesn’t work on Mac
  • DNA-80057 [Mac] Unable to resize pinned communicator on desktop-stable-75-3331


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07:08
Famed iFixit Claims that Apple is Locking iPhone...

By activating a dormant software lock on their newest iPhones, Apple is effectively announcing a drastic new policy: only Apple batteries can go in iPhones, and only they can install them

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07:08
Laptop battery life competition intensifies as Intel...

Laptop battery life is one of the more contentious manufacturer-quoted specs. There can often be a huge gap between manufacturer claims and typical real-life usage — but that’s something Intel hopes to change …

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07:00
Facebook tests paid video subscriptions, starting...

Facebook is testing a new video subscription service in Watch. You'd be forgiven for confusing this news with the announcement of "fan subscriptions," which Facebook made last month, but no, video subscriptions is an entirely separate thing.

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06:43
Samsung removes ads mocking Apple after removing...




The newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is missing a 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of a single USB-C port, and it used to mock Apple in advertising for removing it. Now, Samsung is trying to revise history by deleting the ads in question.

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06:37
∞ Apple posts four ASMR videos. What the heck is...

[VIDEO] Before you dig into any of the videos Apple just posted, here’s a link to a nice little ASMR explainer.

From the post:

Coined in 2010, ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) is a relaxing, often sedative sensation that begins on the scalp and moves down the body. Also known as “brain massage,” it’s triggered by placid sights and sounds such as whispers, accents, and crackles.

With that in mind, fire up some headphones (important!) and watch each of the videos embedded in the main Loop post. Hard to pick a favorite, I’ve enjoyed all four, but don’t miss the Ghost Forest, last but not least.

Enjoy!

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06:33
Sonos holding two-day media event in New York City...

Wireless speaker maker Sonos is set to hold what it describes as its biggest event of the year in two and a half weeks. The event is expected to include the first look at new products coming out of Sonos later this year.

more…

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06:21
∞ iOS adoption, 90%. Android Pie adoption, 10%. Does...

Apple posted their latest iOS adoption numbers. Some pie charts, and some opinion […]

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06:15
From indie development to Guerrilla Games: The...

Erin Robinson Swink knows when someone has actually finished her game, the hand-painted physics-based adventure called Gravity Ghost.

"I can usually tell if they played it until the end based on the way they say that to me," she said. "Like, 'Yeah I...

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06:08
Apple's Work on iPhones that can Function...

Last week Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple Invents iDevice Displays with Ultrasonic Wave Technology that accepts Touch Commands under Water." Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published another patent application from Apple titled "Ultrasonic Polarizer" that covers the same subject matter but with different aspects of the technology.

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