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Sunday October 6

10:01
Kuo: Apple unlikely to cut iPhone 11 shipments in...




Apple's typical move to cut its orders for new iPhone models from its assembly partners shortly after launch is 'fading away,' Ming-Chi Kuo believes, with the usual shipment forecast decrease for October thought to be unlikely to happen this year due to the long general shipping times for the iPhone 11.

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10:00
The best personal blender

By Lesley Stockton

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

Af...

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09:49
Apple analyst Kuo forecasts 10% YOY growth in iPhone...

TF Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is today forecasting that Apple will sell about 10% more iPhones in the first quarter of 2020, due to strong replacement demand for iPhone 11 and the launch of the ‘iPhone SE 2’ starting in the same period.

In terms of the calendar holiday quarter, Kuo expects shipments of 70-75 million new iPhone units (iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro combined), which could have been higher if not for supply constraints.

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09:24
Patently Apple supports the 'MeWe' Social...

Earlier this year, Patently Apple introduced the social media network "MeWe" to our navigation bar to provide our fans with an alternative to Facebook. An alternative for those fed-up with Facebook's losing and selling user data and more. It's been a successful addition to our site.

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09:16
Tony Fadell answers questions about iPod development...

Tony Fadell — known as the “Father of the iPod” — took the day to answer on Twitter a few questions about his work at Apple with one of the most successful products in technology history. He worked at the company between 2001 and 2008 as a designer and then vice president of iPod engineering.

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09:16
Tony Fadell answers questions about iPod development...

Tony Fadell — known as the “Father of the iPod” — took the day to answer on Twitter a few questions about his work at Apple with one of the most successful products in technology history. He worked at the company between 2001 and 2008 as a designer and then vice president of iPod engineering.

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08:30
After Math: When your goose cooks

While many of us were channeling our inner jerks through a troublemaking goose avatar, companies throughout the tech industry were conducting dastardly shenanigans of their own. Here are a few of the week's highlights.

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08:19
Apple Watch Series 4 vs Series 5: Should you upgrade?

Apple Watch Series 5 has been available for just over two weeks. It brings notable changes including an always-on display, but for Apple Watch Series 4 users the question of whether or not to upgrade can be tricky. Read on as we walkthrough the Apple Watch Series 4 vs Apple Watch Series 5.

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08:07
Apple Patent Reveals work on Mixed Reality...

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to video coding, and also to systems, methods, and devices to produce a 3-dimensional model of a scene from a RGB-D sensor for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality applications for a possible future headset and other Apple devices.

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08:00
Tip: How to get more from Control Center in iOS 13




Apple continues to make Control Center more useful, with iOS 13 seeing refinements to existing tools plus a new quick-access Dark Mode control.

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06:37
Poll: What are your impressions of Apple Arcade so...

After being announced back in March, Apple Arcade has been available to the public for over two weeks now. Apple Arcade offers a collection of games for a single $5 per month subscription that can be shared with your entire family.

What do you think of Apple Arcade so far?

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06:21
Review: Anova Nano sous vide stick is a great iPhone...




The Anova Precision Cooker Nano is a fun, techy, and precise way took cook everything from creme brulee to steaks with your iPhone as your sous chef.

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06:00
Comment: Five hardware features I want to see on a...

Over the past few months, we’ve started to see rumors of Apple releasing an updated version of the Apple TV hardware. I have one of the 4K models and four of the 1080p models around my house, so we are all in on the ecosystem at my home. While I wish it were less expensive, I do enjoy the Apple Music and iCloud Photos integration (along with the impressive screen savers). As we look ahead to what is coming, I have five hardware features on my Apple TV wishlist. more…

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05:40
Instagram testing support for Group Stories after...

Facebook rolled out Group Stories earlier this year, only to subsequently shut the feature down last month. Now, the company appears to be taking the feature to Instagram instead, according to evidence found by Jane Manchun Wong.

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05:08
Adobe Creative Cloud 5.0.0.354 - Access Adobe apps...

Adobe Creative Cloud costs $20.99/month for a single app, or $52.99/month for the entire suite.

Introducing Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications, including Adobe Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. They're the next generation of CS tools. Get hundreds of all-new features. Keep your entire creative world in sync: files, feedback from team members, fonts, settings, and updates. And, as always, your applications live on your desktop, not in a browser and not in the cloud.

With Creative Cloud, your entire creative world is synced and organized for you across multiple devices. Track comments posted to shared files, keep tabs on your work and your followers on Behance, respond to invitations to join a project folder, manage your fonts, download the latest product updates, and more.

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05:00
This week’s top stories: iPhone SE 2 rumors, iOS 13....

In this week’s top stories: New in-ear AirPods on the way, expectations for Apple in October, iOS 13.1.2 release, Deep Fusion for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news.
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04:11
Apple previews For All Mankind at New York Comic Con...

Apple TV+ made two appearances at New York Comic Con this year, with panels on Servant and For All Mankind. For Servant, Apple announced a launch date (November 28) and an advance look at the official trailer.

The audience at the ‘For All Mankind’ panel got to see the first fifteen minutes of the first episode, and a panel interview with executive producer Ron Moore and lead cast.

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The post Apple previews For All Mankind at New York Comic Con, pitched as ‘Mad Men for NASA’ appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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01:28
Northrop's satellite refueling spacecraft...

Space junk is hard to completely avoid when satellites can only carry so much fuel, but that might not be a problem for much longer. Northrop Grumman and NASA are launching a "first-of-its-kind" refueling vessel, the Mission Extension Vehicle, aboar...

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Saturday October 5

19:02
Instagram tests Group Stories after Facebook ditched...

Facebook might not be giving up on Group Stories just because it's cutting them from its main app. App sleuther Jane Manchun Wong has found test code for a Group Story feature in Instagram. There's no mystery to how it works -- you'd just choose to...

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16:31
Echo Fox co-owner sues team partners over fraud...

The tumult at Echo Fox isn't subsiding any time soon. The esports team's co-owner Rick Fox has sued business partners Amit Raizada and Stratton Sclavos over allegations of both fraud as well as defamation stemming from the earlier racism claims. Acco...

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15:10
Apple Support shows you how to connect your Xbox...

On September 30th Patently Apple posted a report titled "Sony Publishes Guide for How to Use a DualShock 4 Controller with Your Apple Devices." Today Apple Support posted a "how to"...

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14:40
Second season of 'Lost in Space' premieres...

Netflix is finally ready to continue Lost in Space. The streaming behemoth has revealed that the second season of its family sci-fi saga will arrive on December 24th -- conveniently, just in time for some fans' holiday viewing marathons. There's al...

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14:07
How to Use tvOS 13’s Picture in Picture

tvOS 13 finally introduces a Picture in Picture mode, but you may be disappointed by its limitations. Josh Centers explains how to take advantage of it and where it falls down.

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14:07
How to Use tvOS 13’s Picture in Picture

tvOS 13 finally introduces a Picture in Picture mode, but you may be disappointed by its limitations. Josh Centers explains how to take advantage of it and where it falls down.

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13:18
How to check if your iPhone 6s is eligible for Apple...

Do you still use an iPhone 6s or have one laying around? Apple on Friday launched a new repair program for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus units that won’t turn on. Here’s how to check to see if your iPhone 6s is eligible for the program.

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13:14
Floating LED art illustrates the quality of NYC...

You don't have to check a website to find out whether or not New York City's water is healthy -- for the next few months, you just have to take a look at some art in the water itself. Playlab, Family New York and Floating Point have debuted a float...

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12:11
Here's how the Nike Apple Watch Series 5 stands...




The Apple Watch Nike Series 5 is now available and it has a few exclusive and unique features that set it apart from the other Apple Watch models. Here is a hands on look at the best features of the fifth-generation Nike Apple Watch.

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11:55
Totallee offers 25% off cases, Qi charger and...

If you’re looking for the perfect thin, clear or leather case, or a Qi charger for your new iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, totallee offers 9to5 readers an exclusive 25% off its lineup for a limited time:

Get 25% off with code HAPPYHOUR and head below for a look at the full collection:

Thin Cases

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11:47
'Star Trek: Picard' debuts January 23rd,...

New York Comic Con has proven kind to Star Trek fans this year. To begin with, CBS has confirmed that its All Access series Star Trek: Picard will premiere on January 23rd, 2020. You won't have to wait too much longer to see what has happened with...

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11:03
∞ The Dalrymple Report: Playing radio stations on...

Dave recalls some difficulty he’s had with his Apple Wallet and we talk about playing terrestrial radio stations on the HomePod.

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11:03
Netflix is creating a 'Big Mouth' spin-off...

Netflix clearly wants to make the most of Big Mouth's success. The service has ordered Human Resources, a spin-off of the adult-focused animated show that focus on the monsters governing the kids' lives (and, apparently, everyone else). The teaser...

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10:58
Apple's 2019 MacBook Air gets hefty coupon...




Apple's MacBook Air is a great travel companion -- and when equipped with 16GB of memory and a spacious SSD, the ultraportable Mac can hold its own while on the road or in the classroom. This weekend, shoppers can save $75 to $149 on upgraded models, including those bundled with AppleCare, with our exclusive coupon.

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10:58
Monty Python at 50: a half-century of silly walks,...

50 years later, it’s still the silliest TV show I’ve ever watched.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:37
Google's Pixel 4 may invoke Assistant when you...

It's not that difficult to invoke Google Assistant on most Pixel phones, whether it's saying "hey Google," squeezing the sides or making an on-screen gesture. With the Pixel 4, however, it might become downright trivial. A 9to5Google report claims...

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09:19
QuickBooks 18.0.6.3332 - Financial management and...

QuickBooks helps you manage your business easily and efficiently. Organize your finances all in one place, track money going in and out of your business, and spot areas where you can save.

  • Built for Mac OS - Looks and works like you'd expect
  • Create invoices, pay bills, and manage expenses
  • Gain insight into your business with over 100 reports
  • New tool lets you easily track mileage
  • New multi-user options offer simultaneous access to QuickBooks data

Note: the price shown reflects the "Essentials" monthly subscription. To view more pricing options, go here.



Version 18.0.6.3332:

Includes changes in the following areas:

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  • Centers
  • Multi-User
  • Payroll
  • Round Trip with qbWin
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08:50
Tim Cook's rapport with President Trump rare...




Apple CEO Tim Cook's ability to nudge the Trump administration into altering policies that could have hurt the iPhone maker is down to a carefully cultivated relationship between the CEO and the U.S. president, a report claims, one that functions despite each having different ideologies.

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08:45
On this Day, We Respectfully Remember Steve Jobs

The late Steve Jobs was one of the greatest CEO's of our time. Though for my generation, he was so much more. He was an inspirational force, a rebel with a cause, and definitely one of the "craziest ones" of our time who indeed made a difference ...

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08:00
Recommended Reading: The ICE surveillance playbook

How ICE picks its targets in the surveillance age
McKenzie Funk,
The New York Times

Through the lens of officers operating in the Pacific Northwest, The New York Times explains how Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) collects information on...

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07:58
Apple sued over its ‘Sign in with Apple’ feature

Another day, another lawsuit. Blix, the company behind BlueMail — a free email app (pictured) for iOS, Windows, Linux, and Android — and Followup —a patient communication service — is suing Apple over its “Sign in with Apple” feature.

AppleInsider says in a filing with the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, Ben Volach, co-founder of Blix, claims Apple stole BlueMail's "Share Email" feature for integration in "Sign in with Apple." 

According to the suit, Share Email enables users to communicate "using manageable public interaction addresses, without revealing their private interaction addresses.” Volach is suing Apple for patent infringement and illegal monopolization of the App Store, and seeks an injunction, damages and legal fees. 

“Sign in with Apple” is, or...

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07:52
Apple has been sued by Blix, owner of BlueMail, for...

Apple has been sued by the owner of BlueMail for patent infringement relating to Apple's new 'Sign In with Apple' feature for iOS that was introduced at their World Wide Developer Conference. CBS news covered this specific feature in an interview with Tim Cook. Not only did Apple steal BlueMail’s pioneering anonymous messaging capabilities—days later, Apple removed BlueMail from the macOS App Store, to prevent Mr. Volach’s software from readily reaching consumers and competing with Apple’s own products.

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07:44
Apple launches repair program for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus...

Apple is launching a repair program for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices that have “no power” issues. The tech giant says it’s determined that certain models of those smartphones may not power on due to a component that may fail. 

This issue only affects devices within a limited serial number range that were manufactured between October 2018 to August 2019. If you think you’ve experienced this issue, go to the service report page.

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07:35
The Morning After: A Darth Vader dutch oven

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to your weekend! After Microsoft's whirlwind Surface event, New York Comic-Con is now in full swing. We'll recap some stories from the past week as well as a few highlights from Friday, including some St...

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07:07
WSJ report explores Tim Cook’s ‘unlikely’...

Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken a visible role in politics since the election of President Trump. Cook has met with and earned praise from Trump multiple times, while also criticizing his policies when necessary. A new report from the Wall Street Journal explores how Tim Cook balances his relationship with President Trump and Apple’s employees and interests.

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06:08
Tim Cook offers tribute to Steve Jobs on 8th...




Apple CEO Tim Cook has marked the 8th anniversary of the passing of company co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs with a post to Twitter, publishing a photograph of the luminary outside the Fifth Avenue Apple Store.

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06:05
Working out with Apple Watch? These smart scales...

Apple Watch can help you stay motivated to exercise and improve your health, and smart scales that sync data to the iPhone can be a fun and useful way to track your progress. If you want to easily collect your weight and other measurement data in the Health app on iPhone, the trick is to find a scale that works with HealthKit. Here are some of the current options on the market:

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06:00
Apple @ Work: How will Wi-Fi 6 impact Apple in the...

If you look at Apple’s device lineup over the past few years, the vast majority of them do not have ethernet ports. Wi-Fi has grown across retail centers, sports stadium, universities, K–12 schools, and business centers. One of the major drivers behind the growth of Wi-Fi is Apple’s products.

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06:00
The Engadget Podcast returns!

Get your headphones ready folks, because the Engadget Podcast is back in action! Keep an eye out early next week for our first episode in two years, hosted by myself and reviews editor Cherlynn Low. We'll be diving deep into Microsoft's Surface event...

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05:53
Apple goes on the Attack against a Serial Patent...

Apple goes on the Attack against a Serial Patent Troller known as Princeps Interface Technologies who is suing other tech companies like Google, Samsung and ASUSTek Computer with the same patent they acquired for the sole purpose of monetary gain. Apple is seeking a Declaratory Judgement of Non-Infringement of two patents from this troll. Apple claims that they did not infringe patent number ...

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05:49
Tim Cook tweets in memory of Steve Jobs on...

Today marks the eighth anniversary of the passing of Steve Jobs. As he does every year, Tim Cook marked the anniversary with a post and image on Twitter.

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05:08
Consumer Reports names iPhone 11 Pro the best...

Consumer Reports has updated its smartphone rankings with the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. This year, the iPhone 11 Pro models are able to edge out competition from Samsung, while the iPhone 11 ranks in the top 10.

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05:00
KeySmart’s NanoTorch offers a nice Twist on the...

KeySmart's $59.99 NanoTorch Twist is a magnetic 90° swivel LED flashlight that’s pricey, but can come in very handy.

It has a rotating swivel head that swivels from 0-90 degrees, so you can use it for tasks ranging from looking for small Apple accessories you’ve dropped behind your desk to tracking down that bag of Gummy Bears your granddaughter “lost” in your car (yes, I have experience in these matters).

The NanoTorch Twist has a magnetic tail cap and pocket clip so you can use it hands-free if you wish. It mounts to...

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04:56
Tim Cook Remembers Steve Jobs on 8th Anniversary of...

Eight years ago today, Steve Jobs passed away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 56, one day after somewhat subdued Apple executives introduced the iPhone 4s at a media event on the company's Infinite Loop headquarters campus.

As he traditionally does, Apple CEO Tim Cook today marked the anniversary of Jobs' death with a tweet, sharing a Jobs quote and a photo of him at the iconic cube at Apple's Fifth Avenue retail store in New York City.

“The most precious resource we all have is time.” - SJ. Remembering you always. pic.twitter.com/nsUUiFzZnz

— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 5, 2019

Apple continues to maintain its "...

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04:41
Sound United won't acquire Pioneer and Onkyo...

Earlier this year, Sound United announced the addition of Pioneer and Onkyo's home audio divisions to the list of brands it owns. Its properties already included Boston Acoustics, Denon, Marantz and Polk, but the company believed adding those two wou...

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04:08
Remembering Steve Jobs




Apple's late CEO is still venerated and missed. On the anniversary of Steve Jobs's death, AppleInsider explores about what the man himself thought about living and dying.

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04:00
Notable apps and updates, Sept. 30-Oct. 5

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are this week’s picks.

iOS

Swamp Dog has launched WhoDo iPad 1.0, a contact records creator for the iPad. 

It creates new contact records directly from raw text. There’s no form to fill out, and no text fields to map in order to import the information. Text can be generated by using the keyboard, the clipboard, or the microphone. The app extracts personal data from raw text and automatically converts it into a contact record right on the iPad.

WhoDo iPad 1.0 is free and is available at the Apple App Store. In-app purchases are available to enable licenses for each repository or all repositories, either as a one...

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02:06
NTFS 15.5.62 - Provides full read and write access...

NTFS breaks down the barriers between Windows and macOS. Paragon NTFS effectively solves the communication problems between the Mac system and NTFS. Write, edit, copy, move, delete files on NTFS volumes from your Mac. Access all your NTFS drives and perform the most common volume operations like mount, unmount, and verify. Quickly restart your Mac in Windows from the menubar if it is installed on your mounted NTFS drive. Excellent solution for end users, SOHO, and enterprise, supports all NTFS versions from Windows NT 3.1 to Windows 8 (NTFS versions 1.2, 3.0, and 3.1), and mounts the NTFS volumes as native ones.

Features

  • Unprecedented high NTFS performance. The transfer rate is the same as with the native HFS file system.
  • Familiar interface that is similar to Apple’s Disk Utility.
  • Menu Bar add-on that gives you 1-click
  • Enable ownership and specify which users are allowed to access each newly-created file or folder,...
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02:02
Toast Titanium 18.1 - The ultimate media toolkit;...

Roxio Toast Titanium, the leading DVD burner for Mac, makes burning even better, adding Roxio Secure Burn to protect your files on disc and USB in Mac- or Windows-compatible formats. Get more style with more than 20 themed templates with menus, submenus, and chapters in Toast MyDVD, the pro-quality disc authoring tool. Quickly trim video with just a few clicks in the new Toast Slice simple video editor.

Features

  • Capture - Get video from anywhere, including your screen, the web, camcorders and discs
  • Edit - Remove unwanted segments from your video clips, and enhance audio tracks or recordings
  • Copy - Easily copy content from CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs, even faster with dual drives
  • Convert - Enhanced support lets you convert video for playback on a wide variety of devices, including phones, tablets, video game consoles and more
  • Share - Publish your video directly to YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo. Toast will tweet...
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01:23
WhatRoute 2.2.7 - Geographically trace online data-...

WhatRoute is designed to find the names of all the routers an IP packet passes through on its way from your Mac to a destination host. It also measures the round-trip time from your Mac to the router, thus enabling you to determine slow links--or hops--in the Internet. WhatRoute can also find dead links, such as routers that don't respond.

  • A geo-location server is queried and the locations of the hosts discovered in a trace or seen active on the LAN, can be plotted on a low resolution map or viewed in high resolution on Google Earth
  • WhatRoute also provides network and port scanning, ping, whois, DNS, and LAN monitoring functions.
  • Find the ASN with which a network is registered and the networks with which it peers.
  • View network flows

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


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01:22
X Lossless Decoder 20191004 - Encode, transcode, and...

X Lossless Decoder(XLD) is a tool for Mac OS X that is able to decode/convert/play various 'lossless' audio files. The supported audio files can be split into some tracks with cue sheet when decoding. It works on Mac OS X 10.4 and later.

XLD is Universal Binary, so it runs natively on both Intel Macs and PPC Macs.

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Friday October 4

23:58
Kamala Khan will be a main character in the '...

After a few years of waiting, the Marvel's Avengers game from Crystal Dynamics is almost ready for release. During a panel at New York Comic-Con, the company revealed one more bit of information, announcing that Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, will be i...

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22:30
Apple Reverses Ban On App That Allowed Hong Kong...

UPDATE (10/4/2019): "Apple has reportedly reversed its decision to ban the app HKmap.live," reports BoingBoing.

Apple had banned the app, which allows Hong Kong protesters to track protests and police movements in the city state, despite increasing international condemnation against the violence used by the authorities, MacRumors had reported:
According to The Register, Apple has told the makers of the HKmap Live app that it can't be allowed in the App Store because it helps protestors to evade the police. "Your app contains content - or facilitates, enables, and encourages an activity - that is not legal ... specifically, the app allowed users to evade law enforcement," the American tech giant told makers of the HKmap Live on Tuesday before pulling it. Opposition to the Chinese state and the Hong Kong authorities has grown louder, driven by an escalation in violence against protesters over the past week. On Wednesday, thousands of people took to the streets of Hong...

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21:48
Top iPhone 11 Pro features – a smartphone built for...

The iPhone 11 Pro is a moderately more expensive version of the baseline iPhone 11, but instead of a dual camera array, it features a triple camera setup that includes a telephoto lens. The addition of a faster telephoto lens can make a noteworthy difference for mobile photographers and videographers.

The Pro version of the iPhone 11 also comes with a sleek new matte finish, an 18W power adapter for fast charging, and an enhanced Super Retina XDR display, which happens to be perfect for Dark Mode in iOS 13. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough as we showcase some of the top iPhone 11 Pro features, and be sure to subscribe to 9to5Mac on Youtube for more iPhone videos. more…

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20:29
Apple will fix some iPhone 6s 'no power'...

Some iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices may suddenly refuse to switch on due to component failure, and Apple has launched a repair program to fix them for free. While the tech giant didn't say what parts are prone to failure, it said the issue only affect...

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18:30
The History of Computing: Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing
17:59
Microsoft patent application describes a vibrating...

Microsoft has filed a patent for a floor mat that could prevent you from crashing into furniture while you're exploring new worlds in virtual reality. It's also an indicator the company is still interested in bringing VR to the Xbox ecosystem, after...

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17:22
Apple Arcade Launches for macOS Catalina Beta Users

Apple today flipped the switch to launch Apple Arcade for users currently running the macOS Catalina beta, which itself was updated to the golden master version just yesterday.

The launch of Apple Arcade on Mac will complete the rollout of Apple's subscription gaming service, with the service already up and running for all users on iOS, iPadOS, and Apple TV. While Apple touts Apple Arcade as having 100+ games overall, not every game is available on every platform and the Mac version of Apple Arcade currently offers about two dozen titles including Sayonara Wild Hearts, Operator 41, Big Time Sports, Card of Darkness, and more.

Apple Arcade...

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16:52
Apple Arcade goes live in macOS Catalina GM ahead of...




Developers and public beta testers evaluating the macOS Catalina golden master now have access to Apple Arcade, Apple's cross-platform subscription gaming service that went live on iOS 13 in September.

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16:42
Some iPhone 6S units aren’t turning on, so Apple...

Enlarge / The iPhone 6S is the new baseline for iOS 13. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple has posted notice of a new repair program to address an issue that prevents some iPhone 6S and 6S Plus phones from turning on.

“Apple has determined that certain iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus devices may not power on due to a component that may fail," the page for the program says. The program is wordily called "iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Service Program for No Power Issues."

It does not affect all iPhone 6S and 6S Plus units; rather, it affects phones in a certain serial number range that corresponds to some handsets sold between October of 2018 and August of 2019. The iPhone 6S was discontinued in North...

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16:00
How to add hourly Taptic Chime alerts to Apple Watch

watchOS 6 brings a variety of new features and improvements and one of them is the ability to add hourly Taptic Chimes to your Apple watch. Follow along below for how to turn them on.

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15:58
Jony Ive subject of new National Portrait Gallery...




The National Portrait Gallery in London unveiled its latest commission on Friday, revealing a portrait of Apple CDO Jony Ive as captured by famed photographer Andreas Gursky.

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15:34
'Iron Man VR' will hit PS VR February 28th

We at last know when you'll get to take to the virtual skies in Marvel's Iron Man VR. It'll hit PS VR on February 28th, 2020 -- it was previously earmarked for a 2019 debut. Developer Camouflaj also released a story trailer, which focuses on Ghost, T...

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15:21
Apple launches service program for iPhone 6s, 6s...




Apple on Friday opened a service program for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models that exhibit issues powering on due to a failed component, the company announced.

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15:11
Apple Launches Repair Program for iPhone 6s and 6s...

Apple today launched a new repair program for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices that may fail to power on due to a faulty component. Affected devices were sold between October 2018 and August 2019, and users can check their serial numbers on Apple's support site to see if their devices are part of the affected batches.

Customers with an eligible iPhone model can have their device repaired free of charge by Apple or at an Apple Authorized Service Provider. Affected customers can contact Apple support for a mail-in repair, visit an AASP, or visit an Apple retail store.

Affected devices are covered for two years from the date of first retail sale of the unit. Repairs may be limited to the original country or region of purchase.

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15:10
macOS Systems Can Be Abused In DDoS Attacks

An anonymous reader writes: "DDoS-for-hire services, also known as DDoS booters, or DDoS stressors, are abusing macOS systems to launch DDoS attacks," reports ZDNet. "These attacks are leveraging macOS systems where the Apple Remote Desktop feature has been enabled, and the computer is accessible from the internet, without being located inside a local network, or protected by a firewall. More specifically, the attackers are leveraging the Apple Remote Management Service (ARMS) that is a part of the Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) feature. When users enable the Remote Desktop capability on their macOS systems, the ARMS service starts on port 3283 and listens for incoming commands meant for the remote Mac." Hackers have figured out a way to bounce traffic off these ports and carry out DDoS attacks with the help of internet connected Macs. Nearly 40,000 macOS systems are currently connected online and can be used to send out DDoS attacks.

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15:02
Apple opens repair program for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus...

Apple has quietly opened a new repair program for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices that experience problems powering on. Affected devices that are eligible for the program will be repaired free of charge.

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14:59
Apple Arcade now available for Mac users ahead of...

After releasing macOS Catalina Golden Master to developers, Apple today has launched Apple Arcade for Mac users running the latest version of its operating system. That comes ahead of the public release of macOS Catalina, expected to be officially released this month.

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14:58
Developer of BlueMail sues Apple over 'Sign in...




A developer of messaging products and software behind apps like Followapp and BlueMail on Friday filed a multi-pronged lawsuit against Apple, claiming the tech giant infringed on patented technology with "Sign in with Apple" and subsequently used its alleged monopoly over the App Store to suppress BlueMail's consumer reach.

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14:55
Commissioned portrait of Jony Ive featured in the UK...

As Sir Jony Ive winds down his time at Apple before shifting to his new design firm, the UK’s National Portrait Gallery has commissioned a new portrait of the celebrated designer shot at Apple Park by renowned photographer Andreas Gursky.

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14:29
Instagram takes its first steps into becoming an AR...

As part of its ongoing commerce push, Facebook now allows you to use its Spark AR platform to digitally try on items you can purchase through Instagram. Instagram confirmed in an email that it has launched a pilot where you're able to check out eyewe...

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14:02
Apple files a countersuit in legal battle over ‘soft...

Apple has filed a countersuit against a company that claims the tech giant violates one of its “soft keyboard” patents.

In June a patent suit from Princeps Interface Technologies alleged Apple's iOS keyboard infringes on the work of Timothy Higginson, a technology industry lawyer and inventor. Princeps is suing for damages and legal fees.

In iOS when users touch a text field, a text view, or a field in a web view, the system displays a keyboard. Apple debuted its first onscreen keyboard for a portable device with iPhone in 2007. 

According to AppleInsider, the iPhone maker has filed a lawsuit to force the courts to declare that it isn't violating a patent that is being used...

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14:00
9to5Rewards: iPhone 11 Pro Max giveaway (+ 25% off...

There is still time to enter our giveaway for the new iPhone 11 Pro Max thanks to our friends over at totallee. In addition to giving away the device to a lucky 9to5Mac reader, totallee is offering 25% off its popular thin, clear and leather cases for the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max for a limited time:

Get 25% off totallee thin cases for iPhone now w/ code HAPPYHOUR

Head below to enter the giveaway.

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13:44
Apple countersuing to knock out iPhone keyboard...




Apple has filed a lawsuit to force the courts to declare that it isn't violating a patent that is being used against it in another lawsuit, seemingly related to the touchscreen keyboard on an iPhone or iPad.

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13:41
iPhone 11 Pro Max tops Consumer Reports’ smartphone...

Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max tops the smartphone ratings from Consumer Reports. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 also got good marks.

CS praised the Max and its less pricey siblings for a better battery life and improved camera features. All three also passed the publication’s water-resistance test although the “11 Pro didn’t survive a ride in our admittedly tough tumbler.”

The tumbler is a rotating chamber that repeatedly drops a phone from a height of about 2.5 feet. The phone is checked for damage after 50 drops and then again after 100. The goal is to expose it to impacts from a wide variety of angles.

In the case of the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro Max, the phones CS tested made it through all 100 drops with just minor scratches. But when the publication checked the iPhone 11...

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13:41
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency loses backing...

A few days after the Wall Street Journal suggested that some companies announced as initial backers for Facebook's cyptocurrency were reconsidering support, PayPal has announced it will end its participation in the Libra Association. Founding members...

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13:36
Apple ceases signing iOS 13.1.1 and older versions...




Apple on Friday ceased signing of code older than iOS 13.1.1 in relatively short order following this week's release of iOS 13.1.2, an update designed to patch a handful of iPhone-related issues.

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13:33
Early look at the UI for Apple’s HomeKit Secure Video

One of the anticipated new features coming this fall to iOS is Apple’s HomeKit Secure Video to view and manage footage from security cameras. Now we’ve got what seems like our first look at the user interface that will come with the new feature.

more…

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13:24
Jony Ive Now Featured in London's National...

London's National Portrait Gallery has announced its latest commission: a portrait of Apple's departing design chief Jony Ive at Apple Park, shot by internationally renowned photographer Andreas Gursky.

Ive is pictured in a nearly all-white outfit on an outside ledge of the main Apple Park building, which he played a major role in designing.

National Portrait Gallery:Jony Ive is one of the leading figures in contemporary design. Described by founder Steve Jobs as 'his creative partner' Ive joined Apple in 1992. From his early cutting-edge designs for the iMac and iPhone to realising the vision of Apple Park in 2017, his role has been central to Apple's progressive ambition and success. As one of a few portraits by Andreas Gursky and the only portrait commission he has undertaken for...

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13:23
Apple Files new Trademark for 'MetricKit'...

Today Apple applied for the new 'MetricKit' trademark in both the U.S. and Hong Kong and updated their figurative Apple Music trademarks.

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13:00
Instagram’s Threads is compelling, but kind of creepy

Look, I'm not one to constantly post selfies. I'd rather just take pictures of random buildings or my sneakers. But, when I do take a selfie, it's mostly just so I can share a goofy face with my family or best friends. I've mentioned this before in p...

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12:53
Apple stops signing iOS 13.1.1 after releasing new...

Today, Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.1.1 after releasing iOS 13.1.2 earlier this week with more bug fixes and improvements. That means users are no longer able to downgrade from the current iOS version to iOS 13.1.1.

more…

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12:44
Hands-On With a Next-Generation iPad Pro Dummy

Multiple rumors have suggested Apple is working on an updated iPad Pro that could launch at some point this fall, and some of those rumors have said the next-generation version could potentially come with a triple-lens camera.

In mid-September, images of an iPad Pro dummy model with three cameras popped up, and with some help from Sonny Dickson, we got our hands on a physical model for our latest YouTube video.

Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.

We have a 12.9-inch dummy model of the third-generation iPad, but it's also expected to come in an 11-inch version much like the current iPad Pro lineup.

Design wise, the...

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12:40
Consumer Reports puts iPhone 11 Pro Max at top of...




Consumer Reports has rated the iPhone 11 Pro Max at the top of their smartphone list, citing improved battery life and camera quality as favored factors.

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12:30
How to sell the Brooklyn Bridge in the 21st century

Scammers, fraudsters, and confidence men have existed since we invented commerce. If there's a system of valuation in place, there are angles to be worked and Brooklyn Bridges to be sold. The rise of social media and our always-connected lifestyles h...

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12:18
Amazon Prime Video app temporarily unavailable from...

Amazon’s Prime Video app became unavailable today from Apple’s App Store. While there was some speculation that the removal could have been due to a scuffle between the two companies, it sounds like it was just a technical issue.

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11:51
iPhone 11 Pro Max Tops Consumer Reports'...

Apple's new iPhone 11 Pro Max has taken the top spot in Consumer Reports' smartphone rankings, with the smaller iPhone 11 Pro claiming second place, after years of Apple being consistently edged out by Samsung smartphones.

Consumer Reports said the iPhone 11 Pro models earned the top spots for having significantly improved battery life, excellent cameras, and other improvements, like a greater degree of water resistance, more durable glass casing, brighter displays, and faster performance powered by the new A13 Bionic chip.

On battery life:For one thing, the battery life is much better. The iPhone 11 Pro Max lasted a more than impressive 40.5 hours in our testing. That’s the longest stretch of any phone currently listed...

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11:48
NHTSA reviews claims Tesla should have recalled 2,...

Tesla's software updates normally bring a host of improvements, but some owners are less than thrilled with the implications for their cars' performance and safety. The NHTSA is reviewing a petition asserting that Tesla should have recalled 2,000 Mo...

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11:32
∞ Beluga whale Hvaldimir returns lost GoPro

I saw this video yesterday and showed it to my son. He was understandably captivated (he wants to go to Norway to meet Hvaldimir now) and wanted to know more. I’d heard about the “Russian Spy whale” but didn’t connect it to this beluga

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11:22
Toyota is using VR to train robots as in-home helpers

Home robots could make all of our lives easier, and perhaps most importantly, they could allow seniors to live more independently. But training robots to operate in homes is difficult because each home is unique and filled with so many objects in dif...

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11:17
Amazon Prime Video Currently Unavailable in App...

Amazon Prime Video is currently unavailable in the App Store across iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Amazon had updated the iOS version of the app shortly before it was removed from the App Store, but it is unclear why the app was pulled or whether this is a temporary move.

Apple deferred comment to Amazon, which has yet to respond to our email. We'll update as we learn more.

Update: MacRumors has been informed this was a technical issue and the app should be back up shortly.

Tags: App Store, Amazon, Amazon Prime Video
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11:16
DOJ asks Spotify for details on its complaints...

The US Department of Justice has an open antitrust investigation into Apple and other major tech companies. In the latest development, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has asked Spotify for information on the alleged anticompetitive practices that the company previously leveled at Apple.

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10:52
Le Creuset's Star Wars collection includes a $...

Le Creuset is no stranger to working with Disney, but their latest collaboration is sure to cause a disturbance in the Force. In November, the French cookware maker plans to release a series of Star Wars-themed products. Le Creuset shared the news in...

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10:39
Spotify asked for more information about Apple in...




The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has asked Spotify to provide information on Apple's alleged anti-competitive behavior, and specifically how it pertains to Spotify's business.

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10:16
Microsoft: Iranian cyberattack targeted a US...

Iran has apparently been engaged in a large-scale cyberattack bent on compromising American politics. Microsoft reported that Phosphorous, a known group it believes is linked to the Iranian government, attacked 241 email accounts in a 30-day period b...

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10:03
DuetCam – Record two cameras into one video file

During the last Apple Event, we saw this implementation in a video from Apple using Filmic Pro. The version of Filmic Pro shown is not yet available from that developer but, if all you need is this feature, DuetCam does the trick for a lot cheaper. The developer of DuestCam, Marcel Schmitz, told me via Twitter that a near-future update will have the ability to switch between the cameras while recording.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:00
Apple Watch Series 4 is $130 off at Amazon right now




Amazon has issued a fresh price drop on the Apple Watch Series 4, delivering the lowest price seen to date on the 44mm GPS + Cellular model (now just $399).

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09:57
A mind-controlled exoskeleton helped a paralyzed man...

A paralyzed man regained the ability to walk with the help of a robotic exoskeleton that he controlled with his mind. Unlike other, more invasive mind-controlled robotics, this one used electrodes implanted above the brain's outer membrane, not in th...

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09:56
Apple Watch Nike hits stores today, some models...

Apple Watch Nike models start arriving to customers today who pre-ordered and various models are also in stock at Apple Stores. However, some of the most popular variants are seeing shipping times of up to 9-10 weeks pushing availability into December from Apple. Meanwhile, Nike is selling the watches directly.

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09:51
Apple’s latest update cripples location-based...

Read that headline again. Does anyone other than marketing weenies think that “crippling” is a bad thing?

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09:46
One year after ‘The Big Hack’

This is a story that should have embarrassed Bloomberg into proving it or retracting it but the rest of the media have, for the most part, sadly moved on from it.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:38
'Red Dead Redemption 2' will be a Google...

When Red Dead Redemption 2 comes to PCs in November, it won't just be available in conventional form. Rockstar has also confirmed that its open-world Western game will be available as a launch title for Google Stadia when it debuts the same month....

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09:31
Congress Reportedly Asks Spotify for Information on...

The U.S. Congress has requested information from Spotify related to its anticompetitive allegations against Apple, according to Reuters.

From the report:The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee reached out to the music streaming service with broad requests for information, according to one source, who added the request to the company was narrowed in follow up telephone calls.In March, Spotify announced it filed an antitrust complaint against Apple with the European Commission over unfair App Store practices. Spotify took particular issue with Apple charging a 30 percent "tax" on only certain App Store purchases, calling it "discriminatory."

Apple only charges a...

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09:14
Two classic ‘House of the Dead’ games are being...

Arcades are a rare sight these days. But while nothing can match the experience of exchanging a $10 bill for a pile of quarters and binging on some games with your friends, many of the classics have made their way to consoles and PCs. Publisher Forev...

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09:13
CalDigit USB-C Pro Dock cuts confusion with expanded...




The new CalDigit USB-C Pro Dock offers maximum compatibility with both Thunderbolt 3 and the various flavors of USB-C, making it a good choice for Mac and iPad Pro users.

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09:01
Friday deals: Apple Watch Series 4 hits new all-time...

Apple Watch Series 4 hits a new Amazon all-time low, plus deals on the latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and Belkin’s Apple Watch Dock. Find all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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09:00
The best laptop stands

By Justin Krajeski and Kimber Streams

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

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08:46
Amazon Prime Video app not available on iOS, tvOS...




On Friday, the Amazon Prime Video app was not searchable in the iOS and tvOS app stores, and on the surface there doesn't appear to be a reason why its gone.

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08:26
9to5Mac Happy Hour 245: Apple Watch Series 5...

Zac has spent some time with Apple Watch Series 5, Benjamin has observations from afar, and iOS 13.2 beta brings new features to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.

9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneInGoogle Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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08:26
'Red Dead Redemption 2' is coming to PC on...

Rockstar's western opus Red Dead Redemption II is coming to PC on November 5th. According to the studio, the PC release of Red Dead Redemption II will include both technical and graphical enhancements, as well as new side missions and weapons. Rockst...

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08:14
Watch Samsung's Galaxy Fold fall woefully short...

After a lot of hype and some notable delays, Samsung's Galaxy Fold is now available in the US. Even after upgrades to make the phone more durable, Samsung has cautioned users to be extra careful. So this week, CNET decided to put the phone to the tes...

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07:59
Nisus Writer Pro 3.0.4

Bug fix-focused maintenance update for the powerful word processor. ($65 new, free update, 269 MB)

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07:58
Apple confirms UK-based visual effects firm iKinema...

Apple has today confirmed its latest acquisition, the purchase of UK-based visual effects company, iKinema. The company’s motion capture tech has been used by customers such as Disney, Fox, and Tencent. Now, Apple may leverage the acquisition to improve its AR offerings, expand on Animoji/Memoji, and more.

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07:56
Hands on with 70 of our favorite cases for iPhone 11...




The new iPhones may be durable, but there are still many reasons to pick up a case. Be it fashion, function, or protection, cases come in all different shapes and styles. We've compiled around 70 of our favorites for the new iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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07:53
Nisus Writer Express 4.0

Major update to the flexible and affordable writing app with over 200 new features, fixes, and enhancements. ($26 new, free update, 71.2 MB)

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07:36
calibre 4.0.0 - Complete e-book library management...

Calibre is a complete e-book library manager. Organize your collection, convert your books to multiple formats, and sync with all of your devices. Let Calibre be your multi-tasking digital librarian.

Manage, convert, sync, and more

  • Library management. Calibre keeps things orderly by creating single entries for books that contains multiple formats. Add tags and comments for better searchability.
  • Format conversion. Calibre's robust conversion options support a wide variety of file formats.
  • File syncing. Calibre's device drivers seamlessly support all the top e-readers and devices.



Version 4.0.0:

Note: Now requires OS...

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07:34
∞ How to stitch together Live Photos as a video, all...

[VIDEO] This is one of those things that you might never stumble across, but is absolutely worth knowing about. Check out the video embedded in the main Loop post.

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07:32
Apple has Reportedly Increased Orders for it's...

Apple has reportedly told their suppliers to increase their production of some iPhone 11 models by up to 10%, following better-than-expected demand worldwide. The surge in iPhone orders is concentrated in the cheapest iPhone 11 model

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07:15
Gruber: Apple and Hong Kong

Start off by reading this article from the Register, provocatively titled, Here’s that hippie, pro-privacy, pro-freedom Apple y’all so love: Hong Kong protest safety app banned from iOS store.

From the article:

Apple has banned an app that allows people in Hong Kong to keep track of protests and police activity in the city state, claiming such information is illegal.

“Your app contains content – or facilitates, enables, and encourages an activity – that is not legal … specifically, the app allowed users to evade law enforcement,” the American tech giant told makers of the HKmap Live on Tuesday before pulling it.

Now go read Gruber’s take, linked above. A tiny taste:

But here’s the thing. What’s going on in Hong Kong is important. A small liberal democracy is standing up to a gargantuan authoritarian communist dictatorship with a...

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07:15
Save up to $129 on the Apple Watch Series 4

It was less than a month ago that Apple unveiled its latest smartwatch, but already Amazon has discounted the Series 5's predecessor, the Apple Watch Series 4. The deepest discounts come with the base silver aluminum and white sport band versions of...

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07:08
Report claims 16-inch MacBook Pro will bundle 96W...

We first heard rumors about a new redesigned 16-inch MacBook Pro back in February. Since then, we’ve learned even more about what exactly to expect on Apple’s next-generation laptop. Today, a report from Chinese website Chongdiantou (via Weibo) — shared an alleged photo of a new Apple 96W USB-C power adapter. According to their sources, this charger is designed to work with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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07:06
Chrome will block HTTP content from loading on...

In a move to improve user privacy and security, Google is simplifying its browser security settings. In a blog post, the Chrome security team said https:// pages will only be able to load secure (https://) subresources. The change won't happen overni...

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07:05
∞ Apple shares another M. Night Shyamalan “Servant”...

[VIDEO] This is just so creepy. Here’s hoping it’s sublime. Apple TV+ drops November 1, Servant release is currently set for November 28. Very much looking forward to this.

If you haven’t seen the first two Servant clips, here are links to Jericho and Cricket.

This clip, embedded in the main Loop post) is called Solitude.

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06:59
A Better Finder Attributes 6.18 - 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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06:50
9to5Mac Daily: October 04, 2019 – What to expect...

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

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06:48
Why isn’t maps.apple.com a thing like Google?

This is the title of a Reddit post, and an excellent question. Not an issue on my iPhone, of course, because a tap on the Maps app is all that’s needed.

But on my Mac, I live in Safari. Whether force of habit, or some other frictional force, when I want a map, I turn to maps.google.com. Nearly 100% of the time.

I realize that Duck, Duck, Go does bring Apple Maps to the table, but it is not the same thing. When I go to Google Maps, I am centered on my current location ready to type in an address, set up directions, look for a restaurant, check traffic. And all that from the comfort of Safari, where I can command-click on links to look at restaurant menus, say, without leaving the app.

And for those who say Apple doesn’t do web services, take a trip over to beta.music.apple.com. Maybe that’s a glimmer of hope?

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06:38
Apple and Hong Kong

Kieren McCarthy, writing for The Register:

“Your app contains content — or facilitates, enables, and
encourages an activity — that is not legal … specifically, the
app allowed users to evade law enforcement,” the American tech
giant told makers of the HKmap Live on Tuesday before
pulling it.

The makers, and many others, have taken exception to that
argument, by pointing out that the app only allows people to note
locations - as many countless thousands of other apps do - and so
under the same logic, apps such as driving app Waze should also
be banned.

Maciej Ceglowski:

To deny the people of Hong Kong one of the few tools that defends
them against police aggression is such a craven act that I...

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06:38
Apple and Hong Kong

Kieren McCarthy, writing for The Register:

“Your app contains content — or facilitates, enables, and
encourages an activity — that is not legal … specifically, the
app allowed users to evade law enforcement,” the American tech
giant told makers of the HKmap Live on Tuesday before
pulling it.

The makers, and many others, have taken exception to that
argument, by pointing out that the app only allows people to note
locations - as many countless thousands of other apps do - and so
under the same logic, apps such as driving app Waze should also
be banned.

Maciej Ceglowski:

To deny the people of Hong Kong one of the few tools that defends
them against police aggression is such a craven act that I...

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06:32
Nobody in America cares about pixel loss caused by...




A California federal judge has declared that "there doesn't seem to be anyone in America" who cares about the iPhone pixel count being down because of rounded edges and the notch.

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06:27
15-year-old WWDC scholarship winner offers...

Julian Schiavo, a 15-year-old winner of WWDC scholarships in both 2018 and 2019, is offering free lifetime codes for ClusterCards+, the subscription option for version 2 of the business card scanner app…

Update: 9to5Mac reader codes added below.

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06:22
PopChar, Typinator, and KeyCue are ready for macOS...

Ergonis Software (www.ergonis.com) has released PopChar X 8.7, Typinator 8.2, and KeyCue 9.5, making the productivity utilities ready for macOS Catalina. 

PopChar X 8.7 adds support for Unicode 12.0, including the new Emoji 12 characters, KeyCue 9.5 enhances package detection in folder views, and Typinator 8.2 offers faster Quick Search results when many items match the search term. 

Upgrades and new licenses can be purchased securely at the Ergonis Software online store. The upgrades to the newest versions are free for anyone who owns a valid license for the most recent major version (that is, Typinator 8, PopChar 8, and KeyCue 9). 

Upgrade paths are available for owners of older licenses. All purchases (new and upgrades alike) include all subsequent minor upgrades at no additional cost. For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, see the company’s web site...

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06:22
PopChar, Typinator, and KeyCue are ready for macOS...

Ergonis Software (www.ergonis.com) has released PopChar X 8.7, Typinator 8.2, and KeyCue 9.5, making the productivity utilities ready for macOS Catalina. 

PopChar X 8.7 adds support for Unicode 12.0, including the new Emoji 12 characters, KeyCue 9.5 enhances package detection in folder views, and Typinator 8.2 offers faster Quick Search results when many items match the search term. 

Upgrades and new licenses can be purchased securely at the Ergonis Software online store. The upgrades to the newest versions are free for anyone who owns a valid license for the most recent major version (that is, Typinator 8, PopChar 8, and KeyCue 9). 

Upgrade paths are available for owners of older licenses. All purchases (new and upgrades alike) include all subsequent minor upgrades at no additional cost. For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, see the company’s web site...

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06:22
PopChar, Typinator, and KeyCue are ready for macOS...

Ergonis Software (www.ergonis.com) has released PopChar X 8.7, Typinator 8.2, and KeyCue 9.5, making the productivity utilities ready for macOS Catalina. 

PopChar X 8.7 adds support for Unicode 12.0, including the new Emoji 12 characters, KeyCue 9.5 enhances package detection in folder views, and Typinator 8.2 offers faster Quick Search results when many items match the search term. 

Upgrades and new licenses can be purchased securely at the Ergonis Software online store. The upgrades to the newest versions are free for anyone who owns a valid license for the most recent major version (that is, Typinator 8, PopChar 8, and KeyCue 9). 

Upgrade paths are available for owners of older licenses. All purchases (new and upgrades alike) include all subsequent minor upgrades at no additional cost. For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, see the company’s web site...

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06:22
PopChar, Typinator, and KeyCue are ready for macOS...

Ergonis Software (www.ergonis.com) has released PopChar X 8.7, Typinator 8.2, and KeyCue 9.5, making the productivity utilities ready for macOS Catalina. 

PopChar X 8.7 adds support for Unicode 12.0, including the new Emoji 12 characters, KeyCue 9.5 enhances package detection in folder views, and Typinator 8.2 offers faster Quick Search results when many items match the search term. 

Upgrades and new licenses can be purchased securely at the Ergonis Software online store. The upgrades to the newest versions are free for anyone who owns a valid license for the most recent major version (that is, Typinator 8, PopChar 8, and KeyCue 9). 

Upgrade paths are available for owners of older licenses. All purchases (new and upgrades alike) include all subsequent minor upgrades at no additional cost. For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, see the company’s web site...

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06:14
Judge: no one in America is concerned about the...

According to Law360 (a subscription is required to read the entire article) a California federal judge appeared skeptical Thursday of keeping alive a proposed class action alleging Apple misrepresents its iPhone screen size and pixel count, saying Apple discloses that its phones' rounded corners impact screen size and “there doesn’t seem to be anyone in America” who’s really concerned about pixels.

Last December two plaintiffs filed the suit in the US District Court of Northern California, alleging Apple falsely advertised the screen sizes and pixel counts of the...

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06:08
Apple readying 96W USB-C power adapter for 16-inch...




A reliable source is saying that Apple is on the cusp of releasing a 96W power adapter, and since no currently shipping Apple product needs that much power, it is likely for the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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06:06
Apple increases orders for 2019 iPhones by 10%

Apple has increased orders for the iPhone 11 , iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max due to higher-than-expected demand, reports Nikkei Asian Review, quoting unnamed sources.

The article says the tech giant has told suppliers to increase their production of its latest smartphone range by up to 10% —  or eight million units. The order boost of between is equivalent to total annual phone shipments this year by Google, a rising iPhone rival in Apple's home U.S. market.

"This autumn is so far much busier than we expected," one “source with direct knowledge of the situation” told Nikkei Asian Review. "Previously, Apple was quite conservative about placing orders," which were less than for last year's new iPhone. "After the increase, prepared production volume for the iPhone 11 series will be higher compared to last...

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06:00
WinXDVD Apps Giveaway: Better Than HandBrake in DVD...

The age of physical DVDs is nearly past, with most people now purchasing movies and TV shows through digital downloads or streaming. There’s a huge dilemma for those who have purchased a lot of DVDs in the past — do you spend a lot more money to re-purchase your favorites, or digitize (“rip”) them? For many, a search for alternatives brings up a free app called HandBrake to rip those DVDs and convert them to formats usable on everything from smartphones to desktop PCs. While HandBrake does the job, it’s not as fast or simple to use as a pair of apps from WinXDVD.

We’re here today to introduce you to two apps that make DVD ripping and conversion quick and easy: WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe. We’ll point out why the WinXDVD apps are the superior solution for anyone converting...

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06:00
Snapchat's first swipeable lens is an AR...

Tinder recently launched Swipe Night, an app that lets you choose your own adventure by -- wait for it -- swiping left or right. If you want to check out the experience without actually downloading Tinder, Snapchat has you covered with the new Swipe...

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05:59
Apple apparently scoops up IKinema, a motion capture...

According to MacRumors, Apple has apparently acquired the UK-based motion capture company, IKinema, whose website is now shut down.

The article notes that, according to a document filed with the UK government, Apple lawyer Peter Denwood, who handles Apple's international affairs, was named the director of IKinema on Sept. 12, 2019, with his address listed as One Apple Park Way. 

IKinema is described as a company that specializes in “superior real-time whole body solving animation technologies.” It make (made?) game animation middleware and motion capture solving solutions designed to improve the quality of animation and reduce the cost of producing animation for VR, games, virtual production, engineering/design, live TV and more. It uses patented IP to dynamically calculate animation sequences.



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05:53
KeyCue 9.5 - 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 8.0 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 8 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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05:52
16-Inch MacBook Pro May Ship With 96W USB-C Power...

Apple may be readying a 96W USB-C power adapter for the widely rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro, according to information received by Chongdiantou, the Chinese-language sibling website of ChargerLAB.

Chongdiantou received a blurry photo of the alleged power adapter from an unidentified source via Chinese messaging app WeChat. The source claimed the 96W power adapter has a model identifier of A2166 and will be around the same size as Apple's existing 87W USB-C power adapter for the 15-inch MacBook Pro.

Image: Chongdiantou

While the blurry photo is rather sketchy, Apple previously confirmed that its upcoming Pro Display XDR will be capable of up to 96W pass-through...

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05:51
Editorial: A year later, Bloomberg silently stands...




Bloomberg Businessweek's claims of Chinese spy chips hidden in Apple, Amazon, and Google servers has been refuted, debunked, and ridiculed. You just wouldn't know that from what Bloomberg has said or, most recently, done.

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05:45
Are AirPods challenged by Surface Buds & will...




This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William hear that the iPhone SE will come back, and wonder whether these Microsoft Surface Buds have something Apple's missing out on.

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05:34
Call of Duty Mobile overloads servers, becomes #1...

Call of Duty Mobile has become the #1 iOS app in more than 100 countries after it exceeded 35M downloads across iOS and Android in its first three days

more…

The post Call of Duty Mobile overloads servers, becomes #1 iOS app in 100+ countries appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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05:31
NASA will soon start testing its first all-electric...

The first all electric X-plane, the X-57 Mod II, has arrived at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in California and is now ready to undergo some rigorous testing. X-planes are the aircraft the agency uses to test and evaluate new technologies -...

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05:26
Apple has Reportedly Acquired U.K. based IKinema,...

Yesterday a report was posted stating that Apple had reportedly acquired U.K. based IKinema who has patented some amazing software for game and movie productions.

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05:17
Typinator 8.2 - Speedy and reliable text expansion...

Typinator turbo-charges your typing productivity.

Type a little. Typinator does the rest.

We've all faced projects that require repetitive typing tasks. With Typinator, you can store commonly used text and images in quick keywords and abbreviations. From email templates to code snippets to website URLs, there's no easier way to recreate repetitive text at a moment's notice.

Workflow-Friendly Features

  • Uncomplicated configuration. Quickly and easily create abbreviations and assign replacement text and pictures.
  • Simplified migration. If you already use TextExpander, TypeIt4Me, or a similar app, you can migrate to the highly praised Typinator using simple drag-and-drop importation methods.
  • Conversion options. Instantly convert currency values, measurement units and more.
  • Extensive app compatibility. Your text...
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05:16
Facebook pulls hundreds of propaganda accounts...

Facebook has removed 211 accounts on its main platform, 107 Pages, 43 Groups and 87 Instagram accounts for inauthentic behavior. More importantly, the social network's investigation revealed that their efforts were coordinated, and that they were all...

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05:11
PopChar 8.7 - 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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05:10
PopChar Family Pack (5 licenses) 8.7 - Floating...

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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05:00
BookBook vol. 2 for new iPhones is another chapter...

Twelve South is known for creating great products to enhance the Apple experience and that’s not changed with its new cases for the 2019 iPhones. 

The $69.95 BookBook vol. 2 for iPhone — available for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max — is a wallet case, hands-free stand and removable shell all wrapped up in a vintage leather book. It has pockets to hold your ID, cards and cash. 

The BookBook can fold into a display stand for hands-free usage, and a removable shell protects the next get smartphone in or out of the case.

The BookBook for the new iPhones sports a new magnetic closure for better phone and wallet protection, a magnetic leather shell to separate the wallet and phone. It also offers a safe space to store the easily tarnished...

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05:00
Mpow Flame Bluetooth earphones review: A fine budget...

A pair of exercise-oriented earphones only need to do a few things well in order to be a success.

First, they need to serve up a brain-rattling amount of bass without swamping out the rest of the audio you’re listening to: sometimes a little extra thump is exactly what’s needed to power yourself to the end of a particularly grueling workout.

Second, they need to be resilient enough to survive your workout: moisture and salt can both be hard on electronics, so a pair of workout cans have to be water resistant, if not waterproof. This makes it possible for them to not only stand up to sweat, but also a quick dunk underneath of a tap to clean them off after exercise so that they’re fresh and ready for your next swole-seeking adventure. If your earphones can’t master this latter feat, they’d best be inexpensive because, sooner or later, your sweat is going to kill them dead.

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05:00
Analog Motion's AMX is a light and affordable e...

Most electric bicycles are expensive. Like, 'you must have two grand lying around' expensive. Cheaper e-bikes exist but only a handful of manufacturers offer anything close to the $500 mark. One of the exceptions is Analog Motion, a four-person start...

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04:52
beaTunes 5.2.0 - Organize your music collection.

beaTunes is a full-featured music player and organizational tool for music collections.

How well organized is your music library? Are your artists always spelled the same way? Any R.E.M. vs REM? beaTunes can easily fix this and other problems with its unique inspection feature (license required for applying one-click solutions). Could your last mix CD's song order use some improvement? Let beaTunes re-arrange your playlist for you! Always wondered how you could take advantage of the BPM (beats per minute) field? Let beaTunes fill in the blanks and help you while DJ'ing at your next party.

Here are some more examples of what you can do with beaTunes:

  • Navigate in songs semantically (i.e., segment to segment)
  • Automatically determine BPM (beats per minute)
  • Automatically determine the musical key your songs are in
  • Sort existing playlists so that matching songs succeed each other
  • Create matchlists (i.e.,...
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04:49
Apple increases orders for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro




Apple has reportedly increased the production of the iPhone 11 range by 8 million units year-over-year after heightened demand, according to sources familiar with the situation.

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04:37
coconutBattery 3.8.1 - Displays info about your...

With coconutBattery you're always aware of your current battery health. It shows you live information about your battery such as how often it was charged and how is the current maximum capacity in relation to the original capacity your battery had when it left the factory.

Of course, you are able to save the current maximum capacity of your battery. So you can see the changes in your battery health over time.

coconutBattery is and will always be freeware. There is a Plus version that can be purchased if you would like additional features. To purchase, go here.



Version 3.8.1:
Added:

  • Support for iPad 7th gen, iPhone 11 and 11 Pro
  • Support for iOS 13 and macOS 10.15



  • OS X 10.11 or later



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04:17
Vitamin-R 3.10 - Personal productivity tool.

Vitamin-R creates the optimal conditions for your brain to work at its best by structuring your work into short bursts of distraction-free, highly focused activity alternating with opportunities for renewal, reflection and intuition.

The built-in task logging and statistics features create a positive momentum towards productivity by providing visible feedback on your progress and achievements.

Features

  • Time Slice Your Work. Vitamin-R breaks down large, vaguely defined tasks into a series of short "time slices" of between 10 and 30 minutes, each with specific, easily reachable and actionable objectives. During these time slices it keeps you focused on accomplishing only this one objective and provides you with mechanisms for dealing with interruptions, poor concentration, etc.
  • Get Started. Vitamin-R concentrates on getting you started allowing you to break through the resistance of...
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04:16
Facebook hits back at government letter attacking...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has hit back at calls by US, UK and Australian governments to block end-to-end encryption in messaging apps. In doing so, he joins Apple, Google, Microsoft and others who have previously stood up for strong encryption.

As we learned yesterday, the US attorney general and acting head of Homeland Security have co-signed an open letter with the UK’s secretary of state for the Home Office and Australia’s minister for Home Affairs …

more…

The post...

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04:10
The Morning After: Are dual-screen devices better...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Now that Microsoft has unveiled its vision for dual-screen devices, we can argue over which approach is best: folding screens or double displays. Also, Big Bird is a player in the streaming wars, and Google's Pi...

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04:00
How to open multiple apps in Slide Over in iPadOS

The iPad gets a productivity boost with iPadOS thanks to such features as the ability to open multiple apps in Split View.

Drag an app out of the Dock (the collection of app icons at the bottom of the screen) to make a Slide Over. Or drag it to the right or left edge of the screen to make a Split View. 

To use two apps in Split View:

  • Open an app.

  • Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Dock.

  • On the Dock, touch and hold the second app that you want to open, then drag it off the dock to the left or right edge of the screen.

Here’s how to adjust Split View:

  • To give the apps equal space on the screen, drag the app divider to the center of the screen.

  • To turn a Split View into a Slide Over, swipe down from the top of the app....

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04:00
Apple Arcade could rock on Apple TV 4K with better...

I admired Apple Arcade when the new subscription-based gaming service first dropped for the iPad and iPhone, but I didn’t fall in love with it until I played it on my Apple TV 4K. On that device, it’s clear that commentators are doing Apple Arcade a disservice by branding it as a “mobile gaming” platform: On the Apple TV, it feels like a proper console along the lines of the Nintendo Switch, especially with a proper controller like the Sony DualShock 4 hooked up. I could forget that many of these games had mobile counterparts at all. Better yet, I didn’t have to hunch over an iPhone or an iPad: I could enjoy them with the full glory of my 4K television from the comfort of my couch....

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03:35
Kool Tools: Epson WorkForce WF-110 printer

Epson America has launched its lightest and smallest color mobile printer: the $299.99 the WorkForce WF-110

Designed for on-the-go professionals, this sleek, ultra-light printer can easily be transported in bags and briefcases for effortless, worry-free printing wherever business takes you. The WF-110 offers flexible battery charging options, including via USB or AC adapter, and can provide even greater print volume when paired with the optional external accessory battery. 

Leveraging fast, 5G wireless connectivity, plus Wi-Fi Direct, the compact WF-110 lets users print from iPads, iPhones, tablets, smartphones, and laptops. The new model features durable, instant-dry inks, allowing professionals to quickly print presentations, invoices, contracts, 4″x6...

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03:35
Kool Tools: Epson WorkForce WF-110 printer

Epson America has launched its lightest and smallest color mobile printer: the $299.99 the WorkForce WF-110

Designed for on-the-go professionals, this sleek, ultra-light printer can easily be transported in bags and briefcases for effortless, worry-free printing wherever business takes you. The WF-110 offers flexible battery charging options, including via USB or AC adapter, and can provide even greater print volume when paired with the optional external accessory battery. 

Leveraging fast, 5G wireless connectivity, plus Wi-Fi Direct, the compact WF-110 lets users print from iPads, iPhones, tablets, smartphones, and laptops. The new model features durable, instant-dry inks, allowing professionals to quickly print presentations, invoices, contracts, 4″x6...

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03:35
Kool Tools: Epson WorkForce WF-110 printer

Epson America has launched its lightest and smallest color mobile printer: the $299.99 the WorkForce WF-110

Designed for on-the-go professionals, this sleek, ultra-light printer can easily be transported in bags and briefcases for effortless, worry-free printing wherever business takes you. The WF-110 offers flexible battery charging options, including via USB or AC adapter, and can provide even greater print volume when paired with the optional external accessory battery. 

Leveraging fast, 5G wireless connectivity, plus Wi-Fi Direct, the compact WF-110 lets users print from iPads, iPhones, tablets, smartphones, and laptops. The new model features durable, instant-dry inks, allowing professionals to quickly print presentations, invoices, contracts, 4″x6...

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03:35
Kool Tools: Epson WorkForce WF-110 printer

Epson America has launched its lightest and smallest color mobile printer: the $299.99 the WorkForce WF-110

Designed for on-the-go professionals, this sleek, ultra-light printer can easily be transported in bags and briefcases for effortless, worry-free printing wherever business takes you. The WF-110 offers flexible battery charging options, including via USB or AC adapter, and can provide even greater print volume when paired with the optional external accessory battery. 

Leveraging fast, 5G wireless connectivity, plus Wi-Fi Direct, the compact WF-110 lets users print from iPads, iPhones, tablets, smartphones, and laptops. The new model features durable, instant-dry inks, allowing professionals to quickly print presentations, invoices, contracts, 4″x6...

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03:32
Online retail sales to exceed $6 trillion by 2024

New data from Juniper Research has shown that the total transaction value of remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed $6 trillion by 2024. This represents a growth of 53% from 2019.

The research group says that online sales will be dominated by physical goods with the forecast to account for almost 80% of online retail purchases by 2024. Juniper urges traditional retailers to offer omni-channel offerings to ensure services align with ever-increasing consumer expectations.

Remote payments will be driven by purchases made via mobile devices, with the number of smartphone buyers increasing by nearly 60% between 2019 and 2024, according to the research group. Consequently, just 21% of purchases will be made...

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03:32
Online retail sales to exceed $6 trillion by 2024

New data from Juniper Research has shown that the total transaction value of remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed $6 trillion by 2024. This represents a growth of 53% from 2019.

The research group says that online sales will be dominated by physical goods with the forecast to account for almost 80% of online retail purchases by 2024. Juniper urges traditional retailers to offer omni-channel offerings to ensure services align with ever-increasing consumer expectations.

Remote payments will be driven by purchases made via mobile devices, with the number of smartphone buyers increasing by nearly 60% between 2019 and 2024, according to the research group. Consequently, just 21% of purchases will be made...

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03:32
Online retail sales to exceed $6 trillion by 2024

New data from Juniper Research has shown that the total transaction value of remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed $6 trillion by 2024. This represents a growth of 53% from 2019.

The research group says that online sales will be dominated by physical goods with the forecast to account for almost 80% of online retail purchases by 2024. Juniper urges traditional retailers to offer omni-channel offerings to ensure services align with ever-increasing consumer expectations.

Remote payments will be driven by purchases made via mobile devices, with the number of smartphone buyers increasing by nearly 60% between 2019 and 2024, according to the research group. Consequently, just 21% of purchases will be made...

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03:32
Online retail sales to exceed $6 trillion by 2024

New data from Juniper Research has shown that the total transaction value of remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed $6 trillion by 2024. This represents a growth of 53% from 2019.

The research group says that online sales will be dominated by physical goods with the forecast to account for almost 80% of online retail purchases by 2024. Juniper urges traditional retailers to offer omni-channel offerings to ensure services align with ever-increasing consumer expectations.

Remote payments will be driven by purchases made via mobile devices, with the number of smartphone buyers increasing by nearly 60% between 2019 and 2024, according to the research group. Consequently, just 21% of purchases will be made...

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03:30
Vungle releases enhanced SDK for iOS 13, Xcode 11

Vungle, a performance marketing platform, has released an updated software development kit (SDK) for iOS. Vungle’s SDK 6.4 is iOS 13 and iPadOS ready.

The new SDK is also available for developers on Android and Windows operating systems.

“We’re excited to share Vungle’s 6.4 SDK with iOS developers, allowing them to immediately start developing on iOS 13 and iPadOS,” says Rick Tallman, CEO of Vungle. “Vungle’s 6.4 SDK is designed to increase earnings for app developers, improve app store experiences, and offer engaging ad formats on every available mobile operating system including Android and Windows.”

He adds that:

° SDK 6.4 allows publishers to utilize Apple’s latest iOS 13 and Xcode 11 including supporting dark mode, camera and photo enhancements, and separately, the upcoming iPadOS. Vungle also removed the now deprecated...

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03:30
Vungle releases enhanced SDK for iOS 13, Xcode 11

Vungle, a performance marketing platform, has released an updated software development kit (SDK) for iOS. Vungle’s SDK 6.4 is iOS 13 and iPadOS ready.

The new SDK is also available for developers on Android and Windows operating systems.

“We’re excited to share Vungle’s 6.4 SDK with iOS developers, allowing them to immediately start developing on iOS 13 and iPadOS,” says Rick Tallman, CEO of Vungle. “Vungle’s 6.4 SDK is designed to increase earnings for app developers, improve app store experiences, and offer engaging ad formats on every available mobile operating system including Android and Windows.”

He adds that:

° SDK 6.4 allows publishers to utilize Apple’s latest iOS 13 and Xcode 11 including supporting dark mode, camera and photo enhancements, and separately, the upcoming iPadOS. Vungle also removed the now deprecated...

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03:30
Vungle releases enhanced SDK for iOS 13, Xcode 11

Vungle, a performance marketing platform, has released an updated software development kit (SDK) for iOS. Vungle’s SDK 6.4 is iOS 13 and iPadOS ready.

The new SDK is also available for developers on Android and Windows operating systems.

“We’re excited to share Vungle’s 6.4 SDK with iOS developers, allowing them to immediately start developing on iOS 13 and iPadOS,” says Rick Tallman, CEO of Vungle. “Vungle’s 6.4 SDK is designed to increase earnings for app developers, improve app store experiences, and offer engaging ad formats on every available mobile operating system including Android and Windows.”

He adds that:

° SDK 6.4 allows publishers to utilize Apple’s latest iOS 13 and Xcode 11 including supporting dark mode, camera and photo enhancements, and separately, the upcoming iPadOS. Vungle also removed the now deprecated...

| Read more »
03:30
Vungle releases enhanced SDK for iOS 13, Xcode 11

Vungle, a performance marketing platform, has released an updated software development kit (SDK) for iOS. Vungle’s SDK 6.4 is iOS 13 and iPadOS ready.

The new SDK is also available for developers on Android and Windows operating systems.

“We’re excited to share Vungle’s 6.4 SDK with iOS developers, allowing them to immediately start developing on iOS 13 and iPadOS,” says Rick Tallman, CEO of Vungle. “Vungle’s 6.4 SDK is designed to increase earnings for app developers, improve app store experiences, and offer engaging ad formats on every available mobile operating system including Android and Windows.”

He adds that:

° SDK 6.4 allows publishers to utilize Apple’s latest iOS 13 and Xcode 11 including supporting dark mode, camera and photo enhancements, and separately, the upcoming iPadOS. Vungle also removed the now deprecated...

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03:25
Apple reportedly raised production of iPhone 11 by 8...

We have seen several signals that iPhone 11 sales are faring much better than the equivalent iPhone XS and iPhone XR sales period last year. Nikkei Asian Review is also reporting the same, quoting supply chain sources: ‘the autumn is so far much busier than we expected’.

Apple has apparently asked suppliers to increase production of the iPhone 11 by about 10%, which translates to an additional 8 million units.

more…

The post Apple reportedly raised production of iPhone 11 by 8 million units to meet strong sales demand appeared first on...

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03:15
macOS Catalina 10.15 Golden Master expected today

Only a few days after the 10th beta release of macOS Catalina 10.15, Apple is expected to release the Golden Master today.

The macOS Catalina Golden Master 10.15 is available now for those on the beta.

macOS Catalina will offer the following new changes and features, including the following:

  • Standalone apps for Music, TV, and Podcasts.
  • The retirement of iTunes.
  • The inclusion of the Sidecar feature, which allows an iPad to be used as a second Mac display.
  • “Find My” has been revamped to combine Find My iPhone and Find My Friends and will now be available on the Mac.A new Accessibility focused feature called Voice Control brings an even more powerful experience with rich navigation to users with verbal controls via on-device processing.
  • Screen Time will be migrated from iOS to macOS to help users be more aware of the time they spend on their notebook or desktop.
  • Apple’s UIKit framework is coming to the Mac now...
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03:10
Google found a serious Android flaw affecting Pixel...

Google researchers have discovered an unpatched vulnerability on its own Android OS that affect the Pixel 1 and 2, Huawei P20, Samsung Galaxy S7, S8, and S9 and other devices. It disclosed the problem just seven days after finding it, as the exploit...

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03:00
Analyst predicts iPhone SE 2 to surface in Q1 2020,...

Per noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone SE 2 will appear in Q1 2020, and will feature the form factor of an iPhone 8.

Kuo also stated that the handset will incorporate a 4.7-inch display, a home button with Touch ID, and an A13 CPU with 3GB of LPDDR4X RAM.

“We forecast that Apple will launch the more affordable iPhone SE2 in 1Q20. For the most part, the form factor design and hardware spec are similar to iPhone 8’s. The most significant hardware spec upgrade will be the adoption of the A13 processor and 3GB LPDDR4X. iPhone SE2 will likely increase iPhone’s market share and benefit Apple’s promotions for service and content. We expect that the iPhone SE2 shipment will reach 30–40mn units in 2020.”

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

Via The Mac Observer and MacRumors

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03:00
LG 88Z9 8K OLED TV review: If you've got the...

This monster-sized 8K OLED (88 inches measured diagonally) comes to market with a price tag much lower than was rumored, but it will still set you back about $30,000.

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03:00
Siri is more open than ever, but it still has room...

Ever since Siri’s introduction on the iPhone 4s, third-party developers have clamored to integrate their apps more closely with the virtual assistant. And while Apple has relaxed its strictures over the years, Siri has largely—with a few handpicked exceptions—remained wedded to the company’s own software.

But with every major software update, Apple loosens the reins just a tad, and this year is no exception. Not only does iOS 13 once again broaden the categories of apps that work with Siri, but Apple’s also making some of those third-party apps easier to use. And, moreover, these changes to Siri apply in software categories in which Apple itself competes. This bodes well not just for users, who will get the ability to control those types of apps with voice, but also for the future of Siri as a platform.

To read this article in full,...

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00:28
Affinity Photo 1.7.3 - Digital editing for...

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22:14
Apple Reportedly Increasing iPhone 11 Lineup...

Apple has asked suppliers to increase production of its new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro lineup by up to 10 percent, according to Nikkei Asian Review. The bump in production would add up to 8 million units to the current production plans as Apple seeks to meet stronger-than-expected demand.

"This autumn is so far much busier than we expected," one source with direct knowledge of the situation said. "Previously, Apple was quite conservative about placing orders," which were less than for last year's new iPhone. "After the increase, prepared production volume for the iPhone 11 series will be higher compared to last year," the source said.The report claims the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are seeing the strongest demand, while Apple is actually...

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20:59
Dropbox 82.4.155 - Cloud backup and synchronization...

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20:45
Deal alert: Free AppleCare with these 2019 MacBook...




Just in, AppleInsider readers can exclusively nab free AppleCare with popular Mid 2019 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops. Select from a variety of upgraded models, including those with better graphics cards, additional storage or 8-core processors. Even Vega 20 options are included, with the free gift valued at $379.

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20:14
Insurer John Hancock expands 'Vitality'...




Insurance provider John Hancock extended its Vitality life insurance program, which incentivizes healthy lifestyles by allowing customers to "earn" an Apple Watch, to include Apple Watch Series 5, the company said on Thursday.

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19:48
'Harley Quinn' series debuts on DC...

The Harley Quinn animated series DC promised way back in 2017 finally has a premiere date for DC Universe -- as the character said in the show's trailer, "Unlike that Deadpool cartoon, it's actually coming out." Harley Quinn will land on DC's streami...

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19:16
Apple releases new teaser trailer for Apple TV+ show...




Apple on Thursday released a third teaser trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ original miniseries "Servant," an M. Night Shyamalan-produced thriller set to debut in late November.

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18:40
John Hancock now lets life insurance customers earn...

John Hancock was one of the first insurers to offer discounted Apple Watch models to life insurance customers. Today, the company announced that it is expanding its Apple Watch program to include the new Apple Watch Series 5.

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18:02
Apple Shares Another Teaser for M. Night Shyamalan...

Apple today shared a new teaser trailer for its upcoming TV show "Servant," which is a psychological thriller created by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan.

The series is said to follow a Philadelphia couple (played by Tony Kebbell and Lauren Ambrose) who hire a young nanny named Leanne (Nell Tiger Free) to care for their newborn child, who, based on the trailers, appears to be a fake baby.

The new teaser trailer is one of three that Apple has shown so far, with the others previewed during the Emmy Awards in September.

Servant will not be available when Apple TV+ launches on November 1, but it will be coming out soon after on November 28. Apple TV+ will be priced at $4.99 per month, but Apple is offering a free subscription to customers who purchase an Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

At launch, Apple TV+ will offer...

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17:21
Apple updates App Store Connect for iOS with support...

Apple is continuing its trend of updating its numerous iOS applications for iOS 13. This evening, the App Store Connect app for iOS has been updated with Dark Mode support, as well as stability improvements and bug fixes.

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17:14
Boss’ new Katana guitar amps offer more tones than...

A few months back a reader asked us what the best connected guitar amp was for beginners. And there are a few solid options, including Yamaha's THR line. But, one amp topped the rest: Boss' Katana 50. And now Katana line is getting major refresh that...

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17:10
Apple To Release 'iPhone SE 2' In Q1 2020...

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is expected to launch the next version of the iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of 2020. "The new phone will be more affordable than the rest of the Apple iPhone lineup and feature newer internals, like an A13 processor with 3GB RAM, in a familiar iPhone 8 chassis," reports 9to5Mac. From the report: Kuo says that most of the new iPhone SE's hardware specification will mirror the iPhone 8. The analyst predicts Apple will sell 30-40 million units across 2020. The Q1 timeframe lines up with a previous report from Nikkei, which said to expect a cheaper iPhone with iPhone 8-esque design in the spring. This would mean it would feature a 4.7-inch LCD display and Touch ID home button. Kuo does not predict an exact price for the new phone. Before the 4-inch iPhone SE was discontinued, Apple sold it for $349 in a 32 GB storage configuration.

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