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Thursday January 9

06:21
Can Rob McElhenney’s ‘Mythic Quest’ help Apple build...

Variety:

When Rob McElhenney was initially approached by Ubisoft about writing a series set in the video game industry, he was reluctant: He didn’t see a way into that world. But when the company invited him to tour its Montreal headquarters, he figured there was nothing to lose. Once there, he found the inspiration he needed.

And:

The resulting series, “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet,” is set to launch on Apple TV Plus on Feb. 7.

I’m really looking forward to this series. Funny is not easy. And this will be Apple’s first kick at this particular genre. My two cents, they’ve picked a good team for their first comedy.

The Variety piece goes into a lot of detail on this show, and on the Apple TV+ show launch process. There are issues to address, but it does seem as if Apple’s team is learning, and making changes where needed. Apple TV+ is a long play and, in my mind, seems like a winner.

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06:17
The History Of Computing: The Monk And The Riddle
06:03
Apple patent filing involves ways to ‘wake up’ your...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20200012331) for “techniques for adjusting computer device sleep states using onboard sensors and learned user behaviors.” Among other things, it would make your Mac "smart" enough to know when you approach it with your iPhone or Apple Watch in hand (or on arm, as the case may be).

Currently, while you’re wearing Apple Watch, your Mac can sense when you’re nearby, then automatically log you in. You have to be close to your desktop or laptop to make this happen. Apparently, Apple wants to extend that range. Theh patent filing also hints at ways that your Mac would wake up baed on the times you normally use it.

In the patent filing, the Apple says that most computers can transition between various different sleep states. For example, as your Mac's sleep duration increases, it automatically can lower or switch off power to different internal components to save energy. .

The downside: this...

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06:00
Watch movies on your iPad or iPhone hands-free with...

Holding your iPad or iPhone in your hands while watching movies can be incredibly tedious. Why not get a Luxitude Tablet & Phone Holder Stand ($33.99) and you can binge-watch your favorite series while relaxing with a drink or snack.

Say goodbye to numb limbs due to holding your phone or tablet during long trips. Adjustable and designed to rotate 360 degrees for the best viewing positions, this device holder frees your hands to maximize convenience while reading or watching videos. This lightweight stand with expandable holder fits tablets or cellphones of all sizes. It comes with a padded holder that protects your device from scratching,...

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05:52
Apple Patent Reveals Possible new Features for Apple...

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to possible future Apple Pencil 3 features that includes new providing new gesture features to add new functionality.

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05:49
BetterTouchTool 3.220 - Customize multi-touch...

BetterTouchTool adds many new, fully customizable gestures to the Magic Mouse, Multi-Touch MacBook trackpad, and Magic Trackpad.

These gestures are customizable:

Magic Mouse:

  • Pinch in / out (zoom)
  • Single-finger tap left
  • Single-finger tap right
  • Single-finger tap middle
  • Single-finger tap
  • Single-finger click middle
  • Two-finger tap
  • Two-finger click
  • Two-finger swipe (up/down/left/right)
  • Two-finger tip tap left/right
  • Three-finger tap
  • Three-finger click
  • Three-finger swipe (up/down/left/right)
  • Four-finger swipe up/down
  • Four-finger click
  • TipTap left/right

Touchpad:

  • Single-finger tap top-left
  • Single-finger tap top-right
  • Single-finger tap top-middle
  • Single-finger tap bottom-left
  • Single-finger tap bottom-right
  • Single-finger tap bottom-middle...
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05:47
Farewell, “don’t @ me.” Twitter will test a way to...

Ingrid Lunden, Sarah Perez, TechCrunch:

Twitter has been on a long-term mission to overhaul have people have conversations on its platform, both to make them easier to follow and more engaging without turning toxic.

Plenty of toxic, complicated problem to fix.

That strategy is taking another big step forward this year, starting in Q1 with a new way for people to control conversations, by giving them four options to “tailor” their replies: anyone can reply, only those who a user follows can reply, only those tagged can reply, or setting a tweet to get no replies at all.

These coming changes were announced at CES. Not clear how, or when, they’ll roll out to the masses. Tricky to change the mechanics of our Twitter conversations without breaking them.

One thing I think Twitter could do is be better at spotting the bots. I regularly get new followers with names like @rpt011999275 who’ve got no posts and just joined Twitter. Inevitably, they’ve got a...

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05:43
Dropbox 88.4.172 - Cloud backup and synchronization...

Dropbox is an application that creates a special Finder folder that automatically syncs online and between your computers. It allows you to both backup files and keeps them up-to-date between systems.

Note: You must first sign up to use Dropbox.



Version 88.4.172:

  • Many improvements and fixes.



  • OS X 10.10 or later



Download Now]]>

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05:42
Apple’s iPhone shipments in China jumped 18.7% year-...

Apple ’s December smartphone shipments in China jumped due to the popularity of the iPhone 11, according to Bloomberg

The tech giant’s shipments in the country grew 18.7% year-on-year in December to about 3.18 million units. That's based on Bloomberg calculations based on data from the China Academy of Information and Communication Technology, a government think tank.

Bloomberg credits much of this growth to the popularity of the iPhone 11. Apple’s gains are impressive considering that total smartphone shipments in China are down more than 13% year-on-year.

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05:35
Tim Cook to receive award for Apple's 40 years...

Apple CEO Tim Cook will receive an award in Dublin on Jan. 20 for 40 years of Apple’s investment in Ireland, reports Bloomberg

Despite ongoing battles over tax issues, Apple topped the Irish Times list of the 1,000 biggest companies in Ireland. The report shows that Apple is far and away Ireland’s largest company with sales of €119 billion. The tech giant continues to dominate the listings due to the fact that it puts all its sales outside of the U.S. through Ireland.

Because its Ireland operation acts as an international hub, Apple recorded sales through it of approximately $133.67 billion in 2019. The company’s European headquarters are located in Cork, and last...

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05:30
iPhone and iPad rumors, Intel’s new CPUs and...

Will the iPad Pro get a three-lens camera? We’ll talk about it, plus iPhone rumors, the Apple TV+ and the Golden Globes, and your hot takes. All this and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.

This is episode 681 with Jason Cross , Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.

Listen to episode 681

To read this article in full, please click here

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05:23
Apple Pay glitch saddles NYC straphangers with...

Love a good NY Post headline.

From the article:

The OMNY tap-and-go fare readers have been taking a $2.75 charge from people who have enabled a passcode-skipping Apply Pay service — which allows straphangers to enter the subway with a swipe of their iPhone at the turnstile — even while trying to use a regular MetroCard.

And:

MTA Chief Revenue Officer Al Putre confirmed that “about 30 customers” had complained about “unintended charges when the Express Transit feature of their iPhones is activated.”

And:

An Apple rep said the company has not had the issue in other cities where the Express Transit feature is available.

If 30 customers complained, my bet is there is a pool of people who were charged, but didn’t notice it.

That said, the fact that this appears to be specific to the OMNY contactless fare payment system makes me think this is an implementation issue, maybe a hardware issue, not necessary a flaw in Apple Pay. We’ll...

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05:18
After banning deepfakes, Facebook confirms...

Just a couple of days after banning deepfake videos, Facebook has confirmed that politicians can still lie in ads bought on the platform…

more…

The post After banning deepfakes, Facebook confirms politicians can still lie in ads appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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04:49
Ring fires employees for spying on customer videos...

Video doorbell company Ring, a subsidiary of Amazon, says that it has fired employees for spying on customer videos stored on its cloud servers. Although the doorbell cameras are intended for outdoor coverage, the company also sells cameras for use inside the home …

more…

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04:16
Apple sees double-digit iPhone sales growth in China




New figures estimate Apple's sales of iPhones in China grew 18.7% year over year, even though overall the region saw a decline in smartphone sales.

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04:08
iPhone sales growth accelerates in Apple’s second...

iPhone sales growth is accelerating in China, Apple’s second biggest market after the US. The 6% year-on-year growth seen in September and October of last year hit 18.7% in December, according to official Chinese government data.

The Chinese government publishes figures for total smartphone shipments, and for Android smartphone shipments; subtracting one from the other reveals iPhone shipments …

more…

The post iPhone sales growth accelerates in Apple’s second biggest market, hitting...

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04:00
CES: SCOSCHE debuts nine Extendo telescoping phone...

At this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, SCOSCHE announced a new range of telescoping phone mounts for home, office and vehicle use.

In your vehicle you can mount it to your windshield or dashboard and then extend and angle it until you find your desired viewing angle, and then use the lock-nuts to secure it in place. The Extendo telescoping arm adjusts from just over 5 inches to just over 8.5 inches (depending on model), with 220 degrees of angle adjustment. The mounting head on all models rotates on a 360 degree axis, so you can view your phone in portrait, landscape or any angle in between.

For home use you can attach the  Extendo to the countertop or backsplash and adjust it so that you can view a recipe, or FaceTime with a friend, while you’re cooking dinner. In the office you can attach the base to your desktop, away from your keyboard and monitor and then extend...

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03:55
Tim Cook to Receive Award From Irish Prime Minister...

Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to receive an award from the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar this month, reports Bloomberg.

Cook is scheduled to meet with the Irish Taoiseach in Dublin on January 20 to receive the award, "in recognition of the iPhone maker’s 40 years of investment in Ireland," according to IDA Ireland, the country's investment agency.

Apple's business relationship with Ireland has faced significant opprobrium in recent years. In 2016, the European Commission found that the company received illegal state aid from Ireland.

Apple and Ireland both appealed the ruling, but the European Commission opened litigation...

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03:47
Grand Apple Store opening this spring on Rome’s...

Apple’s next retail store in Italy is coming soon to Via del Corso, the famous shopping street in the heart of Rome. The restored storefront will be Apple’s first to open in the country since Milan’s Apple Piazza Liberty in 2018.

more…

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03:41
Tim Cook getting award for Apple's 40 years of...




During a visit with Ireland's prime minister, CEO Tim Cook will be given an award to mark four decades of Apple investing in the country.

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03:39
Apple adds an Optical Sensor to its Optical Imaging...

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a continuation patent from Apple that relating to haptic feedback gloves that could work with VR games on a Mac or a VR headset – with the focus being on a Mac. More importantly, Apple legal has added new patent claims to their invention for protection including an optical system

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03:27
iPhone 11 Popularity Earns Apple Double-Digit Growth...

Apple saw a significant jump in smartphone shipments in China last month thanks in part to the popularity of the iPhone 11, according to Bloomberg.

The iPhone maker’s shipments in China grew 18.7% year on year in December to roughly 3.18 million units, according to Bloomberg calculations based on government data on overall and Android device shipments. The increase marked an acceleration from the prior months, which were buoyed by the ‌iPhone 11‌’s release in September. The numbers come from the China Academy of Information and Communication Technology, a government think tank.Apple's ‌iPhone 11‌ and iPhone 11 Pro brought significant improvements...

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03:15
Apple patent awarded for variable internal...

Because you can’t argue with very cool, shiny things.

Apple has recently been granted a patent for a variable internal illumination color system. It’s thought that such a system could be used in keyboards and other devices.

Per Patently Apple:

Apple’s granted patent covers devices, systems and methods that implement variable internal illumination of input devices of electronic equipment. Input devices include keys of computer keyboards, contact areas on a contact pad (trackpad), buttons on instrument control panels, buttons on a computer mouse, and the like. Rather than having a fixed tone (such as a perceived “warmth” or “coolness”, and/or a particular color component such as a hue) or color for the light emitted by the internal illumination, user experience can be improved by using variable internal illumination, i.e., internal illumination that can be varied dynamically during operation of the electronic device.

It’ll be interesting to see what comes...

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03:15
Luminar 4 review: AI brings huge creative...

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have made a huge impact on software in recent years, but nowhere more prominently than digital photography. Any image editing app worth its salt has implemented at least a little of this technology to manipulate pixels in ways we could only have imagined a decade ago.

A cross between longtime favorite Adobe Lightroom and more powerful sibling Photoshop, Luminar 4 is a Mac image editor which relies heavily on AI technology to accomplish previously complicated tasks with ease. The result is an application designed for photographers who want to quickly enhance photos without a steep learning curve or the fiddling that typically comes with it.

To read this article in full, please click here

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03:10
Social media analytics market size is projected to...

The social media analytics market size is projected to grow from US $3billion in 2019 to $9.4 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 25.4% during the forecast period, according to Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The social media analytics market is driven by increased focus on competitive intelligence and increasing user engagement of social media using smartphones. However, rising numbers of users on various websites on social media platforms is further contributing to the growth of the social media analytics market, says Research and Markets.

The social media analytics market by component is segmented into solutions and services. The services segment is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. The services considered in the report are professional services and managed services. 

Research and Markets says professional services are further bifurcated into...

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03:10
Social media analytics market size is projected to...

The social media analytics market size is projected to grow from US $3billion in 2019 to $9.4 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 25.4% during the forecast period, according to Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The social media analytics market is driven by increased focus on competitive intelligence and increasing user engagement of social media using smartphones. However, rising numbers of users on various websites on social media platforms is further contributing to the growth of the social media analytics market, says Research and Markets.

The social media analytics market by component is segmented into solutions and services. The services segment is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. The services considered in the report are professional services and managed services. 

Research and Markets says professional services are further bifurcated into...

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03:10
Social media analytics market size is projected to...

The social media analytics market size is projected to grow from US $3billion in 2019 to $9.4 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 25.4% during the forecast period, according to Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The social media analytics market is driven by increased focus on competitive intelligence and increasing user engagement of social media using smartphones. However, rising numbers of users on various websites on social media platforms is further contributing to the growth of the social media analytics market, says Research and Markets.

The social media analytics market by component is segmented into solutions and services. The services segment is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. The services considered in the report are professional services and managed services. 

Research and Markets says professional services are further bifurcated into...

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03:10
Social media analytics market size is projected to...

The social media analytics market size is projected to grow from US $3billion in 2019 to $9.4 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 25.4% during the forecast period, according to Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The social media analytics market is driven by increased focus on competitive intelligence and increasing user engagement of social media using smartphones. However, rising numbers of users on various websites on social media platforms is further contributing to the growth of the social media analytics market, says Research and Markets.

The social media analytics market by component is segmented into solutions and services. The services segment is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period. The services considered in the report are professional services and managed services. 

Research and Markets says professional services are further bifurcated into...

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03:04
Tim Cook to receive award from Irish Prime Minister...

Tim Cook is set to meet the Prime Minister of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, later this month with the CEO to collect an award on behalf of the company. Ireland is celebrating 40 years of Apple’s presence and investment in the country.

more…

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03:02
Future iPhones may act as emergency beacons even...




A new patent describes multiple ways in which an iPhone could use cell signals, wi-fi or even other nearby devices to get an emergency distress beacon out, plus ways of prolonging the battery until rescue arrives.

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03:02
Future iPhones may act as emergency beacons even...




A new patent describes multiple ways in which an iPhone could use cell signals, wi-fi or even other nearby devices to get an emergency distress beacon out, plus ways of prolonging the battery until rescue arrives.

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03:00
Apple celebrates more than a decade of Services,...

Good products will get your foot in the door.

It’s the services that make you money.

Apple has announced the close of a decade of services, complete with a 2019 that included the launch of Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Podcasts, Apple News+, and Apple Card.

The company also cited the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Key to this has been the App Store, which launched in 2008, has provided developers with over $155...

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03:00
Cord-cutting in 2020: The race for a unified...

Helping users navigate a sea of streaming apps will be one of cord-cutting's big trends this year.

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02:58
The Latest Security Flaw found in the TikTok App...

Last month Patently Apple posted a report titled "Suspicions are rising that TikTok is a Spy tool for the Chinese Government as the U.S. Navy bans it as a Cybersecurity Threat." U.S. Senator Josh Hawley tweeted last month that TikTok is a China-backed company required by Chinese law to share Americans’ data with the Chinese Communist Party. A new cybersecurity flaw was recently discovered by the firm Check Point.

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02:31
The iPhone 11 was a Smash Hit in China in December,...

It's being reported today that Apple bagged a significant smartphone shipment jump in China last month compared to a year ago

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02:29
BusyContacts 1.4.3 - Fast, efficient contact manager.

BusyContacts is a contact manager for OS X that makes creating, finding, and managing contacts faster and more efficient. It brings to contact management the same power, flexibility, and sharing capabilities that BusyCal users have enjoyed with their calendars. What's more, BusyContacts integrates seamlessly with BusyCal, forming a flexible, easy-to-use CRM solution that works the way you do.

BusyContacts syncs with the built-in Contacts app on OS X and iOS, and supports all leading cloud services, including iCloud, Google, Exchange, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Key Features

  • Customizable Views -- View contacts in a single-column Card View or multi-column List View.
  • Tags -- Tags can be used for grouping, filtering and coloring contacts.
  • Smart Filters -- Smart Filters are a powerful tool for...
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01:59
File Juicer 4.83 - Extract images, video, sound, or...

File Juicer is a drag-and-drop can opener and data archaeologist. Its specialty is to find and extract images, video, audio, or text from files which are hard to open in other ways. In computer forensics this is called carving.

It finds and extracts: JPEG, JP2, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, ZIP, HTML, WAV, AVI, MOV, MP4, MPG, MP3, AIFF, AU, WMV, or text from files which contain data in those formats.

Lossless extraction... File Juicer does't convert the images/sounds/videos it finds, but saves them unchanged in their original format if possible. (See the manual for details.) This is useful:

  • If you want to extract the images/sounds/videos from a PDF or Word document
  • If you have old files you can no longer open with current applications
  • If you receive emails with attachments you can not open
  • If you have corrupt files or databases
  • If you have damaged or accidentally erased flash cards...
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00:58
Transmit 5.6.2 - Excellent FTP/SFTP client.

Transmit is an excellent FTP (file transfer protocol), SFTP, S3 (Amazon.com file hosting) and iDisk/WebDAV client that allows you to upload, download, and delete files over the internet. With the most Mac-like interface available, Transmit makes FTP as simple, fun, and easy as it can possibly be.



Version 5.6.2:

New

  • Preserve Modification Date now supported for Google Drive servers

Improved

  • TLS connection re-attempts are now logged to transcript
  • Preferences UI now properly enforces the 12 simultaneous transfers per server limit
  • Explicitly Set max TLS Version for FTP/TLS connections

Fixed

  • An issue that prevented authentication of new One Drive for Business Servers
  • S3 rules are now applied on file upload
  • Resolved an issue that prevented connecting to FTP servers that send invalid PASV addresses
  • Batch rename now works as expected...
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00:54
TurboTax 2019 - Manage your U.S. taxes and maximize...

TurboTax guides you through your tax return step by step, does all the calculations, and checks your return for errors and overlooked deductions. It lets you file your return electronically to get your refund faster or prints IRS-approved forms on plain paper. Plus, TurboTax has more money-saving advice. It provides easy access to official IRS publications, Money Magazine's Income Tax Handbook, comprehensive Tax Planners, expert video clips, and more.

The published price is that of the Basic edition. Click here for full pricing info.



Version 2019:

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.



  • OS X 10.12 or later



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00:37
LibreOffice 6.3.4.2 - 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 6.3.4.2:

  • The latest "fresh" version of LibreOffice, recommended for technology enthusiasts, which contains new features and program enhancements. This version may contain a few annoying bugs which will be fixed in the next bugfix versions to come.
    Detailed release notes can be accessed from the link below.
  • LibreOffice 6.3.4 is the fourth bugfix release of the fresh line. For a list of fixed bugs compared to the previous release see the list of...
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00:01
Mac: How to backup your iPhone in macOS Catalina

Need to make a local backup your iPhone with your Mac but haven’t done it in a while? Follow along for how to backup your iPhone in macOS Catalina.

more…

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Wednesday January 8

20:54
The Concept Electronics Show

Dieter Bohn, writing for The Verge from CES 2020, “Concept Cars and Concept Foldables Betray a Lack of Confidence”:

We knew that we’d see a lot of folding screens this year at CES,
but what we didn’t fully expect is just how few of them would come
with proposed ship dates.

Bohn is being generous here. We all fully expected it. This is what CES, at least during the big keynote presentations the night before the show officially starts, has become: a parade of concepts, not products.

Bohn:

Dell’s Concept Ori and Intel’s Horseshoe Bend concepts are just
concepts, tech demos that prove that, yes, these companies are
working on devices like this. But Intel wouldn’t let anybody fold
its folding laptop, which seems problematic. TCL also made a
folding screen prototype, but as with the above it didn’t say...

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20:54
The Concept Electronics Show

Dieter Bohn, writing for The Verge from CES 2020, “Concept Cars and Concept Foldables Betray a Lack of Confidence”:

We knew that we’d see a lot of folding screens this year at CES,
but what we didn’t fully expect is just how few of them would come
with proposed ship dates.

Bohn is being generous here. We all fully expected it. This is what CES, at least during the big keynote presentations the night before the show officially starts, has become: a parade of concepts, not products.

Bohn:

Dell’s Concept Ori and Intel’s Horseshoe Bend concepts are just
concepts, tech demos that prove that, yes, these companies are
working on devices like this. But Intel wouldn’t let anybody fold
its folding laptop, which seems problematic. TCL also made a
folding screen prototype, but as with the above it didn’t say...

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19:16
Front and center

Call me an old dog who can’t learn new tricks but this might be the fastest I’ve ever spent three dollars.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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18:21
‘Front and Center’ brings classic Mac window...

My first Mac was a 12″ Powerbook running OS X Panther that I purchased in 2004. To this day, it remains one of my favorite computers that I’ve ever owned. A few months after I purchased it, OS X Tiger was released. I remember the joy of waiting on UPS to deliver the DVD so I could upgrade. I say all that to make the point that I’m neither a new Mac user nor someone who’s been around since Apple was “doomed”. I do know one thing, I’ve discovered a new app that makes me wish I had. Front and Center’ by John Siracusa and Lee Fyock is one of those apps you’ll never live without once you get it installed.

more…

The post...

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18:17
Plex looks to replicate Apple’s TV app with...

Plex has dramatically expanded its focus on streaming in recent months, and now it’s taking things even further. At CES this week, Plex has teased the next steps in its efforts to become a one-stop-shop for streaming content, including subscription services, rentals and purchases, and more.

more…

The post Plex looks to replicate Apple’s TV app with subscriptions, deep linking, and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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18:02
'Mythic Quest' creator Rob McElhenney...




Ahead of the debut of Apple TV+ exclusive "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet," the service's first comedy series, creator and star Rob McElhenney expounds on working with the tech giant as it feels its way through Hollywood.

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17:25
Apple wants iPhone 11 users to Submit their Best...

with an all-new Night mode photo challenge. Users are invited to share their impressive Night mode images captured with iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Beginning today through January 29, Apple is in search of the most stunning Night mode shots from users around the world. A panel of select judges will evaluate submissions to reveal...

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16:19
TiVo app for Apple TV 'in limbo' due to...




TiVo owners looking to stream live and recorded video to Apple TV through an official app could be in for a long wait, as the company on Wednesday said a tvOS version of the promised release is "in limbo."

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16:17
Samsung is meeting with their Top Customers at CES...

Back in 2018 Samsung introduced their new Infinity Flex Displays that could fold, roll or scroll and stretch. Our cover graphic illustrates one of Samsung's patent-pending designs for a smartphone with an 'extendable display' that is based on a rollable or scrollable concept which is one of the styles that Samsung laid out in 2018. Today a Korean report stated that Samsung was meeting key customers to show them a new concept smartphone.

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16:16
TiVo's Planned Apple TV App 'In Limbo'

During the January 2019 CES event, TiVo demoed a TiVo app to the Apple TV, but a year later, the project is "in limbo" and an Apple TV app is no longer being actively developed.

In an interview with TechHive at CES 2020, TiVo vice president of consumer products and services Ted Malone said that while ‌Apple TV‌ app plans haven't been canceled, it's not TiVo's focus at this time.

"My bet is we'll get Android, and because of that we'll get the Fire TV, because it's the same app, just different qualifications," Malone said. "I think Roku and Apple are in limbo."TiVo had initially planned to release new apps for Roku, ‌Apple TV‌, Fire TV, and Android TV at some...

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15:53
TiVo says its promised Apple TV app is ‘in limbo’...

At CES last year, TiVo teased that it would release an Apple TV application sometime in 2019, but that ultimately never came to fruition. At CES 2020, TiVo executives are telling a different story — and it’s not good news for Apple TV owners.

more…

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15:51
Apple Pay Express Transit users hit with unintended...




A small number of subway riders in New York City this week complained of a bug in Metro Transit Authority (MTA) tap-and-go turnstiles that inadvertently activates the Apple Pay Express Transit feature on user iPhones, resulting in double billing.

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15:39
Apple TV+ 'Mythic Quest' Star Rob...

Apple TV+ series "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet" is set to launch on February 7, and star and creator Rob McElhenney has shared some insights into working with Apple ahead of the show's debut.

In an interview with Variety, McElhenney said that Apple was "really helpful" in the creative process. He said that Apple would push back on aspects of the show that it felt strongly about, but ultimately deferred to McElhenney and his team.

Pushback, he said, is an essential part of the creative process as working with no challenges is "never a good thing.""Deference would assume we always know what we're doing and when we walk into the room everyone should just be quiet," he says. "That is dangerous because then you have no opposition, and it doesn't make for the best process."Prior to the launch of ‌Apple TV...

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14:35
E-scooter injuries quadrupled in four years

It probably won't shock you to hear that the rise of e-scooters and their matching services has led to more injuries, but researchers now have some more tangible proof. A UCSF study indicates that electric scooter-related injuries in the US jumped 22...

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14:35
TiVo's unreleased Roku and Apple TV apps are...

TiVo's Roku and Apple TV apps are on the backburner as TiVo's priorities shift.

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14:25
How to buy a refurbished Mac, MacBook, iPhone, or...

Looking for a way to save some money on the latest Apple products? Consider a refurbished MacBook, refurbished iPhone, or refurbished iPad from the Apple Certified Refurbished store. A refurbished product is just like a new, but at a lower price.

Here’s a quick guide with links to the best deals you can find on the refurb store, along with a FAQ guide if you want to know more about the ins and outs of the Apple Certified Refurbished store and buying a refurbished MacBook, desktop Mac, iPhone, or iPad. We make a recommendation of what to buy, but feel free to check out the store inventory to find the right model for you.

To read this...

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14:03
Apple Pay Express Transit users in NYC apparently...

The availability of Apple Pay has slowly expanded throughout New York City as the MTA has rolled out its new OMNY tap-and-ride readers. In a new report today, the New York Post says that some users are being charged for MTA travel every time they walk by the OMNY readers.

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13:47
One Page, Ten Years of Apple History

Benjamin Mayo of 9to5Mac has compressed the last decade of Apple history into a single long Web page. It’s a great reminder of just how much has happened in the last ten years.

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13:45
Phonak Virto Black hands-on: A hearing aid that...

Something weird is happening. I'm walking through a Las Vegas casino having a normal conversation with someone on my left. This might not seem too weird to you, but the noisy background of slot machines and desperation, combined with my one-sided hea...

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13:31
Sonos CEO will testify at a House antitrust hearing...

A day after his company sued Google for allegedly stealing some of its speaker tech, it emerged Sonos CEO Patrick Spence will testify at an antitrust hearing. The House Antitrust Subcommittee, which is broadly investigating the market dominance of te...

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12:56
[Sponsor] Kolide: User Focused Security for Teams...

Kolide is a new Slack app that messages employees when their Mac, Windows, or Linux device is not compliant with security best-practices or policy.

With this app, Kolide will notify users or groups when a device is out of compliance along with clear instructions about what is wrong, and step by step instructions to remediate the issue themselves. They can even confirm in real-time that they resolved the problem with an interactive button inside the Slack message!

Unlike most endpoint security solutions, Kolide was designed with user privacy in mind. Your users will know what data is collected about their device, who can see that data, and can even view the full source code of the agent that is run on the device.

Kolide is already used by hundreds of fast growing companies who want to level-up their device security without locking down their devices. Try Kolide’s new product for free for 30 days for your entire fleet by visiting...

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12:55
Twitch Hype Train rewards hot donation streaks with...

Hang around a large-enough Twitch channel and you'll eventually see a sub or bit train -- a moment where the hype kicks off and the streamer ends up with a mountain of donations. Twitch wants to seize on those sprees. It's launching a Hype Train fe...

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12:32
Vote for the Best of CES 2020 People's Choice...

We've announced our Best of CES finalists so now it's time for you to cast your vote for your favorite gadget at CES 2020! Just head over here (or below) to pick your three favorite items from our pool of finalists. You have until 6 PM ET tomorrow, J...

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12:31
Presenting the Best of CES 2020 finalists!

Our editors have been hard at work the past few days finding the latest and greatest gadgets here at CES 2020. Now we're ready to announce our finalists for the official Best of CES awards. Below you'll find our selections for all 15 categories, whic...

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12:21
Echelon made a more-affordable smart rowing machine

If you've heard of Echelon, it's probably in the context of their Cheaper-Than-Peloton connected spin bikes. The company also makes smart exercise mirrors, and here at CES, was showing off its forthcoming Echelon Row rowing machine. After spending a...

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12:14
V-Coptr Falcon is a bi-copter drone with a 50-minute...

You may not be familiar with the name Zero Zero Robotics, but its foldable Hover Camera may ring a bell. Having finally started shipping the Hover 2 to beta testers last month, the company is already showing off a different kind of drone -- one that...

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12:00
Numark's DJ2GO2 Touch is made for aspiring DJs

Numark's controllers are ubiquitous in the world of professional DJing, and the company is hoping to get more amateurs in on the action with its DJ2GO2 Touch. The device easily fits in a backpack alongside a laptop, but it still packs cueing, looping...

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11:51
For the love of god, don’t buy an 8K TV

Is there any real interest in 8K TVs or is it all manufacturer hype? Personally, I won’t even bother looking into them until the price comes down significantly.

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11:51
Making music with BeatBox, a Labo-like drum machine...

When I first heard about the BeatBox, I was skeptical. A build-it-yourself drum machine made from cardboard? Wouldn't that disintegrate within half an hour? Finger-tapping isn't as violent as, say, regular drumming with wooden sticks, but when you're...

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11:45
This in-home water recycler is meant to help the...

With concerns over water scarcity on the rise, companies are increasingly looking to give people ways to reduce their water consumption. For Hydraloop founder and CEO Arthur Valkieser, the answer was clear: Build a device that gives homeowners and bu...

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11:34
Twitter will soon let you limit who can reply to...

Twitter has announced that it will test a new feature that allows users to limit who can reply to a tweet. This comes as Twitter continues to look for ways to reduce the toxicity of its platform and give users more control over the conversations that stem from their tweets.

more…

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11:31
Julia is a smart kitchen gadget destined for the...

If there's one thing that CookingPal's Julia is going to have to deal with, it's the implication that it's destined for a life as a shopping-channel mainstay. You can imagine the smooth-voiced announcer listing all of the things it can do: It weighs!...

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11:10
The Arcadeo Gaming chair has 10 customizable zones...

Arcadeo isn't messing around with its first connected-gaming chair. The Arcadeo Gaming chair has 10 haptic transducers positioned along its spine and seat, plus a 16-core multiprocessor that takes multichannel audio and turns it into physical vibra...

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11:00
Nuraloop hands-on: Possibly the smartest earbuds...

Nura burst onto the headphone scene a couple of years ago with the Nuraphone. With its app-based hearing test for customized audio, haptic bass, noise cancellation and over-ear-but-still-in-ear design, it was clear the company never received its copy...

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10:55
This browser extension shows if books on Amazon are...

My small local library isn’t included but if yours is (you can check here), then this extension might come in handy.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:46
Feles wants to build all-in-one bio labs for the...

Generally, CES is where you go if you want to see uncanny valleys made of gorgeous screens or to try a salad prepared by a robot. Eureka Park, though, is home to oddball projects that often grab you in ways you don't always see coming. That was my ex...

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10:33
Twitter will give you control over who can reply to...

Twitter has yet another way to reduce harassment in your mentions: prevent ne'er-do-wells from replying in the first place. It's developing a feature that lets you determine who's allowed to participate in the conversation. In addition to the usual...

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10:23
Yale Home aims to fend off porch pirates with its...

Whenever you're not home and a delivery driver leaves a package on your porch, there's a chance that an opportunistic thief will amble by and snag the box. In a bid to help protect your stuff, Yale Home is releasing a smart delivery box.

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10:17
New August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is 45% smaller,...

While the v these days, there are a few brands that stand out from the crowd and August is one of them. Earlier today at CES 2020, the new August Wi-Fi Smart Lock was officially unveiled with a design that’s more compact than ever. It is described as “45% smaller in volume and 20% slimmer than the August Smart Lock Pro.” Continue reading for more details.

more…

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10:04
Apple TV app is coming to LG, Sony, and Vizio TVs

Updated 01/08/20: An Apple press release states that Sony and Vizio TVs will also get the TV app this year, though no specific dates or models are mentioned.

At the CES show last year, LG (along with other TV manufacturers) announced that many of its new TV models would support HomeKit and AirPlay 2. This year, the company is going much further. In a press release announcing its new 2020 TV models, LG announced that the Apple TV app is coming to the webOS smart TV platform.

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10:01
Apple Says Its Software Business is Booming

Apple on Wednesday said that its services business, which includes software for things like news, gaming, apps, music and video, had its best ever year in 2019. From a report: "2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple's history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security," said Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services in a statement. In an effort to showcase its growth to investors, Apple released a slew of engagement numbers for several of its services products. It says: Apple News has over 100 million monthly active users in the U.S., U.K., Australia and Canada. Apple Music now offers over 60 million songs in 115 countries. Apple Podcasts offers over 800,000 shows in 155 countries. Apple Card and Apple Pay are accepted in more than 150 stadiums, ballparks, arenas and entertainment venues.

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10:01
Apple is enlisting iPhone 11 owners to help sell...

Now that the iPhone 11 and 11 Pros have been out for a couple of months, Apple has launched its latest Shot on iPhone challenge. This time around, the company is asking iPhone owners to share their best low-light photos.

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10:00
9to5Mac Daily: January 08, 2020 – App Store record,...

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.

Sponsored by Hyper: If you’re at CES 2020, stop by the Hyper booth to check out their latest USB-C hubs. You can also get an exclusive sneak peek at the new heavy duty Hyper USB-C hubs here.  

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09:45
The Quasar home EV charger can power your car and...

Power typically only flows in one direction when it comes to charging electric vehicles at home: from the base station into the car. However the Quasar system from Wallbox can push power both ways, either into the vehicle or back into the base statio...

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09:35
Quibi's secret weapon: Videos that work in...

What the heck is Quibi? That's the question I've been asking myself over the past year, as the Jeffrey Katzenberg-founded streaming video company steadily amassed a whopping one billion dollars in funding. We've seen notable names like Steven Spielbe...

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09:31
CES: Satechi debuts108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger

At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Satechi debuted the 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger. Featuring dual USB-C Power Delivery (PD) ports.

The company says its latest charger can boost battery life of the most power-hungry devices at full speed, without sharing power between ports. Equipped with two additional USB-A ports, the charger consolidates multiple adapters into one device.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger features upgraded USB-C ports at 90W and 18W. There are also two additional USB-A ports.

Housed in durable, heat-resistant materials, the charger complies with CE, ETL,...

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09:31
CES: Satechi debuts108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger

At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Satechi debuted the 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger. Featuring dual USB-C Power Delivery (PD) ports.

The company says its latest charger can boost battery life of the most power-hungry devices at full speed, without sharing power between ports. Equipped with two additional USB-A ports, the charger consolidates multiple adapters into one device.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger features upgraded USB-C ports at 90W and 18W. There are also two additional USB-A ports.

Housed in durable, heat-resistant materials, the charger complies with CE, ETL,...

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09:31
CES: Satechi debuts108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger

At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Satechi debuted the 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger. Featuring dual USB-C Power Delivery (PD) ports.

The company says its latest charger can boost battery life of the most power-hungry devices at full speed, without sharing power between ports. Equipped with two additional USB-A ports, the charger consolidates multiple adapters into one device.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger features upgraded USB-C ports at 90W and 18W. There are also two additional USB-A ports.

Housed in durable, heat-resistant materials, the charger complies with CE, ETL,...

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09:31
CES: Satechi debuts108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger

At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Satechi debuted the 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger. Featuring dual USB-C Power Delivery (PD) ports.

The company says its latest charger can boost battery life of the most power-hungry devices at full speed, without sharing power between ports. Equipped with two additional USB-A ports, the charger consolidates multiple adapters into one device.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger features upgraded USB-C ports at 90W and 18W. There are also two additional USB-A ports.

Housed in durable, heat-resistant materials, the charger complies with CE, ETL,...

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09:13
Samsung’s T7 Touch SSD can be locked with a...

Security is especially important for portable SSDs, which might carry tons of sensitive information yet end up tossed in a bag. Samsung recognizes this. To make its latest portable SSD more secure, it has added a fingerprint sensor to the new T7 Touc...

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09:12
The History Of The App Store

The post The History Of The App Store appeared first on krypted.

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09:07
Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro returns to all-time low...
09:02
Firefox 72.0

Strengthens the Web browser's Enhanced Tracking Protection by blocking fingerprinting scripts. (Free update, 69.4 MB)

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09:00
9to5Mac Best of CES 2020 Awards

For our fourth annual 9to5Mac Best of CES Awards, we’re celebrating new technology for the Apple ecosystem that will launch throughout 2020 and expand our smart homes and how we use our Macs, iPads, and iPhones.

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09:00
Satechi debuts new 108W travel charger with two USB-...

As CES 2020 continues, Satechi has introduced a new 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger, which can power multiple devices at the same time without needing to share power between ports. With Satechi’s new charger, you get two USB-C Power Delivery ports as well as two USB-A ports.

more…

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09:00
Solar-powered GENNY pulls clean water from the air

Watergen's GENNY runs on a simple mechanism. It draws moist air in through a filter at the back of the device like a dehumidifier then cleans and dispenses it out the front like a standard water cooler. (As a bonus, it'll purify the air around it too...

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08:59
Typinator 8.3

Maintenance release with several improvements and bug fixes for the text expansion tool. (€24.99 new, free update, 7.0 MB)

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08:57
BusyCal 3.8

Adds support for syncing with Apple's Reminders app and brings several improvements to the calendar utility. ($49.99 new, free update, 22.9 MB)

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08:50
CES Showstoppers: All the best product announcements




ShowStoppers is yet another CES staple, and for 2020, AppleInsider was in attendance checking out more of the latest accessories that spanned impressive Mac peripherals, innovative iPhone companion screens, to new smart home accessories. Here were our favorites.

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08:44
Sprint is shutting down Virgin Mobile ahead of...

Sprint is getting ready for its planned T-Mobile merger by axing one of its prepaid brands. The telecom is shutting down Virgin Mobile service and will transfer all customers to Boost Mobile starting the week of February 2nd. You'll keep your phone a...

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08:09
CES 2020: Best of Monitors




Much of the CES 2020 showroom floor is dedicated to displays packing new technologies that could easily be connected to a Mac or MacBook. AppleInsider collects some of the announcements worth investigating.

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07:51
Apple shares shrug off war threat as analysts...




Apple shares rebounded in pre-market and regular session trading on Wednesday as investors appeared to shrug off the potential of escalating tensions between the United States and Iran.

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07:46
Linedock for MacBook Pro brings 10 ports with an...

Linedock debuted for the 13-inch MacBook Pro last year to bring back all the I/O users want while also offering power and fast SSD storage in a compact sleek package. Now the company has unveiled Linedock for the 15- and 16-inch MacBook Pro, showing them off at CES and they offer an even more compelling package with pro-user features like two UHS-II slots.

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07:36
Amazon's best AirPods Pro deal is back,...




With inventory expected to arrive soon, Amazon has reissued its popular AirPods Pro discount, with Apple's latest wireless earphones on sale for $234.98. Secure your place in line today, as these AirPods are shipped on a first come, first served basis.

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07:03
CES 2020: Hands on with August Wi-Fi Smart Lock with...




At the 2020 CES, August and Yale parent company Assa Abloy are debuting a large lineup of new HomeKit-enabled devices, including a new flagship August smart lock that addresses consumer's most frequent comments.

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07:00
Samsung unveils T7 Touch portable SSD with faster...

Today Samsung took the wraps off the latest entry in its popular T-series portable SSD lineup. The Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch is an external storage drive that delivers speeds up to twice as fast as the Samsung T5 (review), and for the very first time, features a built-in fingerprint sensor for added security.

The new T7 Touch features highly respectable read speeds of up to 1050 MB/s and write speeds of 1000 MB/s while retaining the portable, bus-powered form factor that has made Samsung’s lineup of drives so popular among consumers. more…

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06:50
Twitter for Mac now has (very basic) Touch Bar...

It’s tough to complain about Twitter for Mac these days. After a disappointing history on the Mac that ended with no official client for a while, Twitter used Apple’s Mac Catalyst technology to bring the iPad codebase to the Mac last fall. The latest version of Twitter for Mac brings the app one step closer to working like a traditional Mac app.

more…

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06:42
Oh Samsung

The headline of the linked iMore article says it all:

“Samsung’s at it again and this time it stole Apple’s Face ID icon”

I can’t even. Why, Samsung, why?

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06:37
Apple Files for several new Trademarks including the...

Apple has filed for three new trademarks in China with one for the Apple Music Logo in dark mark simultaneously published in the U.S. Their actual filing dates slightly differ.

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06:23
How I modded the silicone tips of AirPods Pro with a...

Federico Viticci, MacStories:

I love my AirPods Pro and, ever since I bought them last October, I’ve been taking advantage of their noise cancellation technology to use them in more contexts than the original AirPods.

And:

There’s one thing I don’t particularly like about them, though: the default silicone tips.

Whether you can’t get a well-sealed fit with any of the AirPods Pro tips, or if you are after a more comfortable fit, take a few minutes to read Federico’s journey. Hard to explain it here, but just scroll through the images in Federico’s post and you’ll get a sense of how he used memory foam from another pair of headphones to make a much better fit, one that offers a better seal.

∞...

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06:23
Zagg hopes to accomplish what Apple's canceled...

Zagg plans to launch Mophie-branded wireless charger this year that will accomplish what Apple's canceled AirPower product (pictured) wasn’t able to achieve, according to Bloomberg.

The AirPower was originally announced in September 2017 alongside the iPhone X. It was supposed to be able to charge a Qi-compatible iPhone, an Apple Watch, and a pair of AirPods (in a special wireless charging case) at the same time regardless of where they were placed on the pad. However, there was constant rumors of production, engineering, and manufacturing difficulties. Seems those rumors were right, as Apple announced in March that work on the device was being canceled as, in Apple’s words, “will not achieve our high standards.”

If Zagg can pull it off, the Mophie charger will will power iPhones and other mobile...

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06:23
Apple wants your best iPhone Night mode photos; will...

Apple is seeking the best iPhone Night mode photos shot by owners of any of the iPhone 11 models. The top five photos will each be used for Apple marketing campaigns, which may include anything from appearing on the company’s website through store visuals to billboard campaigns.

Apple has learned its lesson from last time, with the small-print confirming that it will pay a licensing fee to each winner…

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06:16
Apple launches Shot on iPhone Night Mode photo...




Starting on Wednesday, Apple is launching an all-new Night Mode photo challenge for owners of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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06:15
Apple launches new Night Mode photo challenge

Apple is starting off the new year with a new Night Mode photo challenge. Users are invited to share their impressive Night mode images captured with iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Beginning today through Jan. 29, Apple is looking for "the most stunning Night mode shots from users around the world.” A panel of select judges will evaluate submissions to reveal five winning photos on March 4.

The winning photos will be celebrated in a gallery on Apple Newsroom, apple.com and Apple Instagram (@apple). They may also appear in digital campaigns, at Apple Stores, on billboards, or in a third-party photo exhibition.

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06:07
Apple Announces iPhone 11 Night Mode Photo Challenge

Apple is kicking off 2020 with an all-new Night Mode photo challenge, inviting users around the world to share their best Night Mode photos captured with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max.

iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models turn on Night Mode automatically when the camera detects low-light situations. A crescent moon icon at the top of the display turns yellow when the feature is active.

Shot on iPhone 11 Pro in Night mode by Austin Mann

Apple will accept submissions from today through January 29. A panel of 10 judges will evaluate submissions and reveal five winning photos on March 4. You must be 18 years of age or older to participate, and Apple employees are not eligible. Apple has shared a PDF with full...

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06:03
2019 is the biggest year for Services in Apple’s...

Apple says it's marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, and celebrated the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and more.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, says in a Newsroom announcement. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Here’s are some of the highlights about what Apple has to say about each of its services.

° Since the...

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06:00
PaMu Slide Mini Bluetooth 5.0 Headphones: A Solid...

Did you ask for AirPods for Christmas, but Santa brought you a lump of coal instead? That’s actually a good thing, because we have a powerful, water-resistant alternative to AirPods on sale today. The PaMu Slide Mini Bluetooth 5.0 Headphones ($59.99) won’t fall out during your most rigorous dance moves, have better bass, and last up to 40 hours on a charge.

Available in black, white, green and pink, these headphones normally retail for $149.00, so you’re getting ‘em for almost 60% off! The amazing AirPods alternatives are back! Smaller but more powerful, PaMu brings you these Slide Mini Earphones. Ergonomically designed, these earphones stay in your ears no matter...

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05:56
Apple says 2019 is the biggest year for Services in...

Apple says it’s marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, and celebrated the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and more.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Apple’s ongoing focus on the deep integration of hardware, software and services drove all of its platforms to new heights in 2019. Here’s what Apple has to say about each of its services.

The App Store is the world’s...

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05:56
Apple says 2019 is the biggest year for Services in...

Apple says it’s marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, and celebrated the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and more.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Apple’s ongoing focus on the deep integration of hardware, software and services drove all of its platforms to new heights in 2019. Here’s what Apple has to say about each of its services.

The App Store is the world’s...

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05:56
Apple says 2019 is the biggest year for Services in...

Apple says it’s marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, and celebrated the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and more.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Apple’s ongoing focus on the deep integration of hardware, software and services drove all of its platforms to new heights in 2019. Here’s what Apple has to say about each of its services.

The App Store is the world’s...

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05:56
Apple says 2019 is the biggest year for Services in...

Apple says it’s marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, and celebrated the continued success of the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud and more.

“2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple’s history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “We begin the new decade with incredible momentum and gratitude to our customers who have shown such enthusiasm for all of our Services, and we continue to celebrate the work of the world’s best creators, storytellers, journalists and developers.”

Apple’s ongoing focus on the deep integration of hardware, software and services drove all of its platforms to new heights in 2019. Here’s what Apple has to say about each of its services.

The App Store is the world’s...

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05:55
A Better Finder Rename 11.10 - File, photo, and MP3...

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

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

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



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05:40
Despite a Rash of new Smartphone Models, Samsung has...

It's being report today that Smartphone giant Samsung Electronics stated on Wednesday that its operating profits fell sharply from a year ago.

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05:39
Comment: Latest FBI iPhone case is actually rather...

We reported yesterday that there’s a new FBI iPhone case — the bureau again asking Apple to unlock two iPhones belonging to a suspected shooter.

There are obvious similarities between the San Bernardino and Pensacola cases. Not just that both relate to shootings and involve two iPhones, but also the fact that the FBI has decided to go public with its request for Apple to help…

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05:30
iTunes Match can be a problem for switching Apple ID...

With the anniversary of iTunes Match about to hit a few weeks ago, I wrote a column explaining how to download your matched music and cancel the service before its renewal date if you no longer needed it. But I left out one detail.

You can cancel the renewal of iTunes Match, but the expiration will remain a year from the last renewal. If you recently renewed, that could mean you have 364 days to take advantage of the details in my column.

That’s great if you want the time, but it’s a problem if you’re trying to accomplish something quite different: changing the country associated with your Apple ID. Apple will let you change your country so you can make purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store, and other digital stores associated with the country to which you’ve switched.

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05:23
A Better Finder Attributes 6.21 - Change file...

A Better Finder Attributes 6 allows you to change JPEG & RAW shooting dates, JPEG EXIF meta-data tags, file creation & modification dates, file flags and deal with invisible files.

Correct EXIF Digital Photo Shooting Timestamps

A Better Finder Attributes 6 allows you to manipulate JPEG, CR2, NEF, ARF, RAF, SR2, CRW & CIFF EXIF timestamps at will by setting them to specific times or batch adjusting them by adding and removing time (useful for correcting the timestamps of images taken with a digital camera with a incorrectly set clock and to compensate for timezone changes).

Correct Finder Sorting for Digital Photos

A Better Finder Attributes 6 also allows you to synchronize the file creation and modification dates with the shooting dates of JPEG EXIF as well as a wide variety of RAW formats, so that files sort properly in the Finder and other systems...

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05:16
Apple TV App Coming to Select Sony and Vizio Smart...

In addition to select LG smart TVs, Apple today announced that its Apple TV app will be available on select Sony and Vizio smart TVs later this year. Apple shared the news in a press release highlighting the success of its various services.

When available, the Apple TV app will allow owners of newer LG, Sony, and Vizio smart TVs to stream Apple TV+ shows and movies, use the à-la-carte Apple TV Channels feature, access their iTunes libraries of movies and TV shows, and buy or rent more than 100,000 shows and movies from the iTunes Store.

The Apple TV app is already available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Apple TV, select Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, and select Samsung smart TVs.

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05:06
Apple News Service Reaches 100 Million users and App...

Earlier this morning we posted a report titled "Apple Rings in a New Era of Services following Landmark Year." To make it clearer, Apple announced to the media this monring that their news service is now reaching 100 million users.

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05:00
FBI Asks Apple To Help Unlock Two iPhones

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: The encryption debate between Apple and the F.B.I. might have found its new test case. The F.B.I. said on Tuesday that it had asked Apple for the data on two iPhones that belonged to the gunman in the shooting last month at a naval base in Pensacola, Fla., possibly setting up another showdown over law enforcement's access to smartphones. Dana Boente, the F.B.I.'s general counsel, said in a letter to Apple that federal investigators could not gain access to the iPhones because they were locked and encrypted and their owner, Second Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani of the Saudi Royal Air Force, is dead. The F.B.I. has a search warrant for the devices and is seeking Apple's assistance executing it, the people said.

Apple said in a statement that it had given the F.B.I. all the data "in our possession" related to the Pensacola case when it was asked a month ago. "We will continue to support them with the data we have...

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05:00
Apple patent filing involves a wireless connection...

Apple has filed for another patent (number 10,530,915) regarding the rumored “Apple Glasses.” It involves using an iPhone as the wireless “engine" of the augmented reality head-mounted display.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that a wired connection between two such devices is "inconvenient and cumbersome” as the user must separately hold multiple devices and deal with cables).  In addition to being unwieldy, the coupled system often utilizes redundant features, which are not necessary when using the devices together.

Apple says there’s a need for an improved head-mounted display system, particularly a system that temporarily integrates or merges both mechanically and electronically a head-mounted device with a portable electronic device. 

The idea: The iPhone may be physically coupled to the Apple Glasses such that the portable electronic device can be worn on the user's head. The smartphone may be operatively coupled to...

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04:54
CES 2020: Best of hard drives and SSDs




Mac users who handle large files on a regular basis have the need to upgrade the amount of storage available to them over time. At CES 2020, many manufacturers offered drives and enclosures to help those with lofty storage requirements.

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04:38
Apple services had a 'landmark year,'...




In a roundup of 2019 Services activity, Apple has released few actual figures but emphasizes the integration of all of its offerings into its hardware.

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04:36
Apple Rings in a New Era of Services following...

Apple has marked the close of a historic 2019 for its Services offerings, a year that introduced Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and ...

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04:30
Satechi announces new Trio Wireless Charging Pad

Satechi has launched the Trio Wireless Charging Pad, which can simultaneously charge an Apple Watch, AirPods Pro, AirPods 2 wireless case, and an iPhone 8 or later. 

It utilizes a single USB-C PD connection (24W adapter included) to eliminate excess charging cables. To use, you just place each device face up on the charging pad and a light will illuminate, activating its wireless charging capabilities. 

The Satechi Trio Wireless Charging Pad is smartphone case friendly (up to 5mm) . Additionally, it supports an Apple Watch in Nightstand mode

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04:26
Apple Says App Store Set Single-Day Spending Record...

Apple has marked the close of a "historic 2019" for its services offerings with a press release celebrating Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, as well as the continued success of its App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud.

"2019 was the biggest year for Services in Apple's history. We introduced several exciting new experiences for our customers, all while setting the standard for user privacy and security," said...

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04:17
Apple, Verizon and other Companies are Pushing for...

According to a new report published late yesterday, Corporate leaders of Apple Inc., Verizon Communications, and Whirlpool Corp. are pushing for permanent legal protections for LGBT Michiganders that the state’s legislature has rebuffed for decades.

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04:15
Samsung blatantly copied Apple’s Face ID icon for...

Samsung yesterday presented its Samsung Pass feature yesterday. Like Apple’s Face ID and Touch ID, this allows your face or fingerprint to log you in to things like e-banking services.

Samsung Pass allows you to use your saved biometric information (fingerprint, iris, or face recognition) to log into accounts, apps, and websites. You can also add in personal information such as your address, and card information so you can populate this quickly and more easily.

But the functionality wasn’t the only thing like Face ID: Samsung blatantly copied Apple’s icon…

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04:15
How to set up Family Sharing on your iPhone, iPad,...

Apple introduced Family Sharing way back in iOS 8, but we wouldn’t be surprised if you ignored it so far. It allows you to share iCloud storage and purchases, but that comes with some caveats that have made it undesirable for many. The biggest problem is that, if you share iTunes and App Store purchases, then every purchase from every family member are always charged to the “organizer” account—family members literally have no way to make any purchases on their own.

While Apple should definitely address that shortcoming, there are now far more reasons to enable Family Sharing than even a year ago. Apple’s new subscription services—Apple TV+, Apple News+, and...

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04:00
EyeQue try-on glasses debut at CES

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a personal vision solutions company, introduced EyeQue Try-On Glasses, offering users of its smartphone vision tests the ability to order low-cost eyeglasses based on their EyeGlass Numbers (EGNs) – the custom lens power required to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. 

Consumers happy with their Try-Ons can confidently order higher priced glasses from various online retailers using the same EGNs. Consumers who are not completely satisfied can return the glasses for a full refund, says John Serri, co-founder and president of EyeQue. 

The EyeQue Try-On Glasses will be available in limited quantity in February and will roll out on EyeQue.com in April. Customers who take refractive error tests and obtain EyeGlass Numbers through their EyeQue VisionCheck and EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker or Vision Monitoring Kit will have...

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03:40
Apple's Privacy Officer Jane Horvath Uses CES...

Apple's chief privacy officer attended a discussion panel at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday to debate the state of consumer privacy, marking the first time in 28 years that Apple has been at CES in an official capacity.

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Jane Horvath, Apple's senior director for global privacy, joined an all-female panel consisting of representatives from Facebook, Procter & Gamble and the Federal Trade Commission. During the discussion, Horvath defended Apple's use of encryption to protect customer data on mobile devices.

"Our phones are relatively small and they get lost and stolen," Horvath said. "If we're going to be able to rely on our health data and finance data on our devices, we need to make sure that if you misplace that device, you're not losing your sensitive data."Apple has held a consistent position regarding its use of encryption, even if that means it has limited ability to help law...

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03:15
FBI reported to have asked Apple for assistance in...

Once again, it’s Apple and the government trying to find a balance between security and privacy in the wake of a tragedy.

In a letter sent late Monday to Apple’s general counsel Katherine Adams, the FBI has asked Apple to help unlock two iPhones that investigators believe were owned by Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who carried out a mass shooting at a Naval Air Station in Florida last month.

The report stated that the two iPhones are passcode protected, and one of them seems to have been damaged by gunfire. Apple has stated that the company has already provided all of the data in its possession to the FBI:

We have the greatest respect for law enforcement and have always worked cooperatively to help in their investigations. When the FBI requested information from us relating to this case a month ago, we gave them all of the data in our possession and we will continue to support them with the data we have available.

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03:15
Why the iPad needs to embrace mice and trackpads

Last week, Brydge, the company that makes my favorite add-on keyboard for the iPad, announced a new iPad Pro accessory that includes both a keyboard and a trackpad. Adding external pointing devices to the iPad wasn’t possible until iOS 13 added support for Bluetooth mice as a part of the Assistive Touch suite of accessibility features.

While some will consider the mere possibility of adding a mouse or trackpad to an iPad to be sacrilege, I prefer to see it as an additional option that can improve the iPad’s flexibility in certain circumstances. However, Apple’s support for external pointing devices is very much a first draft. It needs to continue pushing this feature forward in iPadOS 14—and in doing so, the platform could reap some surprising rewards.

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03:09
Apple announces new single-day record for App Store...

Apple today announced that it set a new single day record for the App Store, with $386 million worth of sales on New Years Day, an increase of 20 percent over last year. The App Store also set a new record for sales between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, with $1.42 billion in revenue.

Apple announced the numbers as part of a press release that looked back on Apple’s ‘landmark’ year of services offerings.

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03:00
Brydge announces Pro+ keyboard/trackpad for use with...

These could be very cool.

Accessory maker Brydge has announced two new products designed to close the gap between the iPad Pro and the MacBook Pro notebook.

The company’s Pro+ keyboard for the iPad Pro offers a built-in trackpad as well as a similar look and feel to Apple’s notebooks. The Pro+ keyboard will arrive in two different sizes to fit the 11.9-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, with its battery lasting for around three months and the trackpad supporting multi-touch as well.

Brydge has also announced its standalone iPad OS trackpad to accompany the iPad Pro.

Brydge has not stated as to exactly when the Pro+ keyboard will ship, but potential buyers can sign up to register their interest now. The Pro+ keyboard requires iPadOS 13 or later to install and run.

The 11.9-inch Pro+ keyboard retails for $199.99 while the 12.9-inch version is priced at and $229.99.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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02:53
Smart home devices can drive higher revenue for MDU...

When it comes to multi-dwelling units (MDU) property managers, smart home devices and related services can drive higher revenue by increasing occupancy and rental rates and a reduction in operational costs through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency, according to a new report from Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The research group examined the opportunities for integration of smart devices in multi-dwelling units, including profiles of companies driving the market, current adoption of smart home devices, and key feature preferences among residents and property managers of multifamily housing units.

The conclusion: smart home devices and related services can drive a reduction in operational costs for MDU property managers through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency and...

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02:53
Smart home devices can drive higher revenue for MDU...

When it comes to multi-dwelling units (MDU) property managers, smart home devices and related services can drive higher revenue by increasing occupancy and rental rates and a reduction in operational costs through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency, according to a new report from Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The research group examined the opportunities for integration of smart devices in multi-dwelling units, including profiles of companies driving the market, current adoption of smart home devices, and key feature preferences among residents and property managers of multifamily housing units.

The conclusion: smart home devices and related services can drive a reduction in operational costs for MDU property managers through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency and...

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02:53
Smart home devices can drive higher revenue for MDU...

When it comes to multi-dwelling units (MDU) property managers, smart home devices and related services can drive higher revenue by increasing occupancy and rental rates and a reduction in operational costs through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency, according to a new report from Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The research group examined the opportunities for integration of smart devices in multi-dwelling units, including profiles of companies driving the market, current adoption of smart home devices, and key feature preferences among residents and property managers of multifamily housing units.

The conclusion: smart home devices and related services can drive a reduction in operational costs for MDU property managers through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency and...

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02:53
Smart home devices can drive higher revenue for MDU...

When it comes to multi-dwelling units (MDU) property managers, smart home devices and related services can drive higher revenue by increasing occupancy and rental rates and a reduction in operational costs through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency, according to a new report from Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

The research group examined the opportunities for integration of smart devices in multi-dwelling units, including profiles of companies driving the market, current adoption of smart home devices, and key feature preferences among residents and property managers of multifamily housing units.

The conclusion: smart home devices and related services can drive a reduction in operational costs for MDU property managers through reduced maintenance, reduced staffing, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and improved energy efficiency and...

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00:28
Linksys shows off upcoming WiFi 6 mesh router with...

Linksys unveiled a few new wireless routers today at CES and one of the stand-out products is an upcoming WiFi 6 mesh router that comes in at an impressively affordable price point while still offering great features like 4 Ethernet ports along with the latest WiFi tech.

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Tuesday January 7

23:59
Hands-on: Brydge’s Pro+ keyboard with trackpad for...

We learned last week that Brydge is set to launch its popular iPad Pro keyboard with a built-in trackpad. The company was showing off the new Pro+ iPad Pro at CES today and we were able to go hands-on with it just at pre-orders have opened up. We also got a look at the iPadOS Trackpad, a highly portable standalone option.

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20:59
PopChar 8.9 - Floating window shows available font...

PopChar helps you get the most out of your font collection. With its crystal-clear interface, PopChar provides a frustration-free way to access any font's special characters.

Features

  • Expanded accessibility - Your Mac includes over 700 fonts, each of which contains thousands of characters -- Why not make them as accessible as possible? PopChar makes it happen.
  • Interface advantages - PopChar displays easy-to-analyze tables of characters, giving you an ultra-convenient interface. You can't access most of these characters from your keyboard -- PopChar puts them within your reach.
  • Liberating compatibility - No matter what app you are using, PopChar brings snappy simplicity to all font-related tasks. Whether you're working with a word processor or a Web browser, PopChar integrates seamlessly.
  • Smarter searching - PopChar's seasoned search capabilities will...
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20:59
KeyCue 9.7 - Displays all menu shortcut commands.

KeyCue has always been a handy tool for learning and remembering keyboard shortcuts. With a simple keystroke or click, KeyCue displays a table with all available keyboard shortcuts, system-wide hotkeys, as well as key combinations for triggering macros in Keyboard Maestro, QuicKeys and iKey. But KeyCue contains a bunch of new features that take KeyCue to a whole new level. Gone are the days when KeyCue was nothing more than a menu shortcut viewer.

KeyCue offers a flexible new way to define a wide variety of triggers, which can be combinations of modifier keystrokes and mouse clicks. These triggers can be used to perform different actions, like bringing up the KeyCue sheet for selected types of shortcuts, opening the KeyCue settings window, or other actions.

A completely new action that can be assigned to a trigger is to show a collection of your frequently used URLs. Simply define your own favorite URL collection together with your preferred...

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19:30
Apple AirPods Make More Money Than Spotify, Twitter...

An anonymous reader shares a blog post from Kevin Rooke, investment specialist and co-founder of blockchain marketing agency agency0x: Imagine a startup with $12 billion of revenue, 125%+ YoY revenue growth (two years in a row), and Apple-esque gross margins (30-50%). Without knowing anything else about the business, what would you value it at? $50 billion? $100 billion? More? That's Apple's AirPods business, the fastest-growing segment of the world's most valuable company. Though Apple doesn't share sales numbers for AirPods, industry analysts have converged on estimated sales numbers for each of the last 3 years. In 2017, Apple sold an estimated 15 million devices, each priced at $150. That gave Apple a $2.25 billion revenue boost, only a 1% boost to Apple's $215 billion iPhone revenue.

But in 2018, AirPods sales began to quiet Apple bears. 35 million pairs were sold, still priced at $150. That gave Apple an additional $5.25 billion in revenue, then representing 2.4% of...

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18:17
Survey: Most consumers only willing to pay $20 per...

Following the launch of Apple TV+ in November, more streaming services are coming in 2020. A new survey from The Trade Desk, cited by CNBC, says that the majority of consumers in the United States aren’t willing to pay more than $20 per month total on streaming services.

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18:14
Apple privacy officer says that ‘building back doors...

This appearance has been touted as “Apple returns to CES!” but it’s all hype. Not what Horvath said but the seeming importance so many in the tech media seemed to place on her panel showing.

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17:12
Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once...

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In a move that may signal another high-stakes clash over encryption, the FBI is asking Apple for help decrypting two iPhones believed to have belonged to Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the man suspected of carrying out a shooting attack that killed three people last month at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida.

The request came in a letter FBI General Counsel Dana Boente sent to her counterpart at Apple on Monday, NBC News reported. Boente said that, although FBI investigators obtained a search warrant to examine the phones,...

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16:54
Apple privacy exec lauds company initiatives,...




Jane Horvath, Apple's senior director of global privacy, took part in a privacy-centric panel at CES in Las Vegas on Tuesday, where she lauded the company's initiatives to protect customer data and defended its stance on hardware encryption.

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16:15
While Law and Enforcement gets some assistance from...

Earlier today Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple has been Working with the FBI to unlock two Phones that the Pensacola Naval Base Terrorist used." The timing of the news from CNBC was timely being that Apple's Senior Director of Global Privacy Jane Horvath was on a panel at CES discussing privacy today. Horvath stated later in the day while on a panel at CES for "Privacy" that iPhones ...

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15:37
Shift Keyboard introduces a new way to write...

It’s always been possible to send messages through Apple Watch, but not in the same way as on an iPhone because of the obvious differences in screen size. While Apple suggests that using voice dictation is the best way to share something, developer Adam Foot came up with a different idea. He created Shift Keyboard, an app that puts a real keyboard on the Apple Watch screen.

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15:08
Apple returns to CES for privacy roundtable...

Apple made its first formal appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) since 1992 today. Apple’s senior director of privacy Jane Horvath joined a “Chief Privacy Officer Roundtable” discussion to talk the state of user privacy, Apple’s privacy standards, and more.

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15:06
News round-up: JBL Quantum headset line is Mac...

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

At this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, JBL announced their Quantum gaming headphone line that’s Mac compatible. Pricing ranges from $39.99 to $299.99.

Speaking of CES, SanDisk debuted new their Dual Drive Luxe USB-C, a thumb drive supporting USB 3 speeds over both USB-C and USB-A. 

Apple has confirmed that the iPhone XR is not working as it should on the O2 network in the U.K., reports BBC News

Apple has...

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14:57
Zagg reportedly developing charging mat inspired by...




Accessory maker Zagg is reportedly planning a new location agnostic wireless charging mat that makes "sweet spots" a thing of the past, technology Apple attempted to bring to market with its cancelled AirPower device.

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14:37
Mophie Working on AirPower Replacement Able to...

Mophie parent company Zagg at CES told Bloomberg that it is developing a wireless charging mat that has capabilities that Apple attempted to implement in the now-canceled AirPower, but was unable to make work.

The charging accessory will charge iPhones and other mobile devices regardless of where they are placed on the charging mat, a feature that the ‌AirPower‌ was supposed to have.

Apple's canceled ‌AirPower‌

It's not clear if the charging mat that Zagg is developing will be able to charge the Apple Watch or if it will be limited to Qi-based wireless charging. Apple wanted the ‌AirPower‌ to be able to charge the ‌Apple Watch‌, iPhone, and...

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14:11
Zagg reportedly releasing AirPower-like ‘drop...

Amid the introduction of various other wireless charging accessories at CES 2020 today, Zagg is apparently teasing that it is developing what could be a true replacement for Apple’s canceled AirPower. While no official announcement has been made, the charging mat is reportedly slated to launch this year.

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14:06
∞ Tesla wing door vs. the garage

They’ve got a six car garage so I bet they can afford the repairs. My question is, how the hell does the Tesla not warn the driver the door is open or better yet, not move if the doors are open!?

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14:06
The chroniclers of Jeopardy!

I discovered the J! Archive many years ago when I was prepping to try and be on the show (never actually made it). The website is a throwback to the “old days” of Web 1.0 and is an incredible time sink you should not even look at unless you’ve got several hours to kill.

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13:45
Covering a SpaceX rocket launch from NASA’s Kennedy...

I recently had the incredible experience of attending a SpaceX rocket launch at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA Social hosted the event that included close-up access to NASA’s massive Vehicle Assembly Building, the historic 39B launch pad, and an awesome view of a Falcon 9 rocket launch.

Below are some of my favorite shots captured on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Some of these required the new ultra-wide camera to fully capture the scene.

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13:44
Bello's belly-fat scanner should inspire you to...

We've known for years that weight is never a perfect measurement of how healthy you are, since muscle weighs a lot more than fat. Subcutaneous fat around the waist is a big issue, and an indicator of a number of metabolic issues, including diabetes a...

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13:38
I skipped breakfast, but Samsung had a robot make me...

Normally when I miss breakfast, it's by choice. Today, it was because I was in a rush to get to Samsung's booth on the CES show floor and see if I could get any face time with the company's cute new rolling robot. (That, uh, didn't go so great.) The...

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13:31
Becon's scalp scanner forces you to confront...

To quote the great Thanos: "Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives." Like so many others, I don't want to think about whether my hair is thinning. For now, I'm happy to put my head in the sand (not literally) and pretend the problem doesn't ex...

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13:27
Firefox 72.0 - Fast, safe Web browser.

Firefox offers a fast, safe Web browsing experience. Browse quickly, securely, and effortlessly. With its industry-leading features, Firefox is the choice of Web development professionals and casual users alike.

Mozilla Firefox for Mac is a versatile and feature-packed browser with advanced security features that can hide shared user activity and has customizable privacy settings that protect your system from unwanted tracking and harmful software. 

Mozilla Firefox is perfect for casual searches as well as more complex queries. 

You no longer need an app or extension to take screenshots because when you download Firefox for Mac you get a brand new capture tool that captures any part of a webpage and makes images available for download online.

Faster and Better Since the release of Quantum is now twice as fast as its predecessors and needs 30% less memory than its main competitor Chrome.

Clean Interface

Firefox interface...

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13:20
Intel's Horseshoe Bend prototype is the biggest...

Foldables were big in 2019, and it looks like they're only going to get bigger in 2020. We've seen folding phones and even tablets, with Dell and Lenovo showing off their slates with bendy screens here at CES 2020. But the trend is about to get liter...

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13:16
Go Dogo trains your pup while you're away

A bored dog is an unhappy dog. So if you have to commute to the office during the work week, keep your pup entertained and mentally engaged with Go Dogo.

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13:00
Facebook exec says the company should stay the...

In a newly leaked memo published by the New York Times, one of Mark Zuckerberg's closest confidants at Facebook argues the company has a "moral" duty to not tip the scales against President Donald Trump in the upcoming election. The post, titled "Tho...

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12:58
Samsung SelfieType is a more virtual virtual keyboard

We've all seen adverts for laser keyboards that often lurk in the back pages of the Sharper Image catalog, which promise a lighter bag when you're on the go. But the ideal of using a virtual keyboard to type on your smartphone or tablet is never as p...

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12:52
CES 2020 Pepcom: Compostable iPhone Cases, AirPods...

Today is the first official day of CES, and thousands of companies are in Las Vegas demonstrating their newest tech-related products.

At CES, there are several major media events where companies can set up a booth to show off their products, and last night, one such event, Pepcom, took place. MacRumors attended Pepcom, and in our latest YouTube video, we rounded up some of the most interesting devices that we saw.

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There were a ton of iPhone accessories on hand at Pepcom, with major manufacturers like Otterbox and Incipio showing off new products. Otterbox demoed its ‌iPhone‌ cases with built-in pop sockets, a set of new Apple Watch bumper cases, and the OtterSpot Wireless Chargers that combine...

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12:50
Wacom's $400 One puts pen displays within reach...

You've had fairly limited options if you wanted a Wacom tablet for relatively little cash -- either buy a standard drawing surface and look at a separate display, or pay a premium for a Cintiq pen display. There might just be a happy middle ground,...

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12:32
Foxconn denies Indian minister's claim of...




Foxconn has denied a Tuesday report claiming it was canceling investment in India valued at $5 billion, one that alleged there was an internal dispute between the iPhone assembly partner and Apple itself.

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12:25
PiBo is a robotic companion for single people

It can get lonely living on your own, especially when you've got a landlord that doesn't allow pets or roommates. But instead of dropping two grand on an Aibo, check out this unnervingly cute companion robot from Korean developer, Circulus. Say hello...

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12:24
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12:03
Uber's latest safety solution is a PIN code for...

Uber is taking more steps to prevent riders from getting into the wrong car. As of this week, all passengers in the US and Canada will have the option of supplying a PIN code to their driver to verify that they're in the right vehicle. Enable the f...

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11:41
Samsung’s Galaxy Home Mini is finally landing in...

Samsung says it will release its first Bixby-powered smartspeaker sometime later this year. Hyunsuk Kim, CEO of the company's consumer electronics division, told Bloomberg the Galaxy Home Mini will be available to buy in "early 2020."

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11:31
Foxconn denies report saying it canceled new India...

Apple supplier Foxconn is refuting reports that it has backed out of an agreement to invest $5 billion in manufacturing facilities in India. The Times of India first reported on the development this week, citing comments from Industries Minister Subhash Desai.

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11:28
Apple's Cutting-Edge Comedy 'Mythic Quest...

The cutting-edge comedy created for Apple TV+ is set in a video game development studio and will explore the intricacies of the human condition through hilarious and innovative ways. Today Apple released the first trailer for the show that begins in one month's time on February 7th.

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11:22
Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' show has...

You might recognize Robert Aramayo as the actor who played the young Ned Stark in the sixth and seventh seasons of Game of Thrones. The British actor will be joining another fantasy series, as he's been tapped to play the lead in Amazon's upcoming Lo...

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11:16
If you’re going to share a map of the Australian...

The situation in Australia is bad enough without people passing along incorrect information. Most of the “fire maps” you’ve seen on social media in the past few days are, at the very least, misleading.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:09
CES 2020: Best of hardware, peripherals, and Mac...




If your Mac needs a bit of a boost, there are ways to add features without resorting to buying a whole new desktop or notebook. AppleInsider lists some of the bigger upgrades for your Mac launched at this year's CES.

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11:00
LG Display is cramming curved and bendable OLEDs...

CES is the show for gazing at gorgeous, huge TVs from the likes of Samsung, Sony and LG, but if you want a teaser of things still over a year away, you have to book yourself into a private meeting with LG Display's prototype showroom. It's probab...

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11:00
A $100 box is the cheapest way we've seen to...

Velodyne, one of the companies that helped invent modern LiDAR, says it has developed a component that will make adding laser-based radar to autonomous cars and other vehicles more affordable. At CES, the company showed off its new Velabit LiDAR syst...

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10:33
Don’t worry: Impossible Foods is already working on...

Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown has revealed that his company is working on a plant-based version of bacon. Brown shared the tidbit during a Q&A session that followed the company's Impossible Pork announcement at CES, reports CNET.

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10:30
Plugable’s new 14-port Thunderbolt 3 dock has 100W...

Plugable has been crafting Thunderbolt 3 accessories for many years now. Thanks to all of the company’s experience, it has now delivered one of the most powerful Thunderbolt 3 docks to date. It boasts a total of 14 ports that are powered using one Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C cable. Additionally, the dock is able to supply 100W of power to a compatible MacBook or PC. more…

The post Plugable’s new 14-port Thunderbolt 3 dock has 100W charging + dual 4K60 output appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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10:21
The KamiBaby monitor makes it easier to see your...

KamiBaby is a small, cone-shaped speaker topped with a camera lens wrapped in bunny ears. It's adorable, but hiding behind the facade of cuteness is some serious AI computing that not only allows parents to monitor and speak to their baby, but also w...

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10:20
∞ Official trailer for Apple TV+’s “Mythic Quest:...

The trailers for this show have me caught between thinking it will be great or epically stupid. We’ll find out starting February 7th.

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10:17
Apple selling Sonos without Alexa or Assistant as...

Sonos has had a busy transition into the new year. The wireless speaker maker’s recycling program turned problematic, its premium products saw a price increase, and today it sued Google and accused Amazon of stealing its patents. Apple has a small role in the latest Sonos story too.

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10:16
Intel's new 'Thunderbolt 4' spec...

Intel's upcoming Tiger Lake chip includes a new feature called Thunderbolt 4, which almost immediately has become bogged down by vague terminology.

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10:13
Apple debuts Apple TV+ 'Mythic Quest: Raven...




Apple has debuted the first trailer for "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet," a comedy focused on the trials and tribulations of creating video games, giving us a sneak peek at what awaits in February.

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10:11
Sonos is suing Google for patent infringement, and...




The speaker company Sonos says that Google "blatantly" used technology information disclosed in confidence -- and that if only it could afford to, it would simultaneously sue Amazon for the same reasons.

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10:05
Apple’s Breathe app on the Apple Watch has been...

I don’t suffer from this confusion (I “breathe” with the app when it’s convenient but give it no further thought) but this is a good primer into what’s going on behind the scenes.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:01
Apple TV+ original shows, series, and movies:...

Apple is planting its own flag in the streaming wars with Apple TV+, its in-house streaming service that features only original programming—no reruns of hit TV shows or last year’s blockbuster movies.

The company is said to be spending several billion dollars a year on original programming. That’s a lot of TV! It’s nothing compared to the $12 billion Netflix spent on content in 2018, but it’s still a very big investment.

What can you get for all that money? Apple is attracting some of the best talent in TV and film production, including huge stars and directors, and locking down the television and movie rights to best-selling books.

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Slingsters is a physics-based puzzle game where the aim is to collect various different monsters by flinging them from one side of a level to the other and into a box. It's also the first game from Nappy Cat and is available now for iOS and... | Read more »
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A sizeable update has hit Nexon's MMORPG Spiritwish today. It brings a new game mode, characters and there will also be a special event to celebrate the update with a firework display. [Read more] | Read more »
Maze Machina, a turn-based puzzler from...
The latest game from Arnold Rauers also known as Tiny Touch Tales is now available. You may be familiar with one of his many excellent titles such as Card Crawl, Enyo and Card Thief. His latest endeavour is called Maze Machina and you can grab it... | Read more »
Mario Kart Tour's Ice Tour races to...
Can you believe Mario Kart Tour is already on its 9th tour? The game only launched back in September, and since then it's become increasingly tricky to keep on top of the amount of new content Nintendo is pumping out. [Read more] | Read more »
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Klee: Spacetime Cleaners is a fast-paced auto-shooter that sports a cute retro aesthetic thathad racked up an impressive 100,000 pre-registers prior to its release. It's available now for both iOS and Android. [Read more] | Read more »
Hearthstone's latest solo adventure...
Blizzard has unveiled a plethora of details about its upcoming expansion for its popular card game Hearthstone. It's called Galakrond's Awakening and will bring the Year of the Dragon storyline to a close. It's available now for pre-purchase ahead... | Read more »
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Death Comes True is an FMV murder mystery from Kazutaka Kodaka, the creator of Danganronpa. It sees you playing as an amnesiac young man, called Makoto Karaki, who wakes up in a mysterious hotel to find that he's being hunted for a series of... | Read more »

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