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Monday January 21

07:08
Samsung Galaxy S10 Images Leaked

On Friday, VentureBeat’s famed phone-leaker Evan Blass tweeted a picture of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 range.  It featured the Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. The Verge reported on the leaks, saying that the Galaxy S10E is likely to be the cheaper model in the range. It has just 2 cameras at the back, while both the other two models three. The report also noted that Samsung and Verizon are thought to have held discussions about bringing 5G to the U.S.

Blass points out that this image features the Galaxy S10 lineup in clear cases, with the S10E on the left, the S10 in the middle, and the S10+ on the right. The S10E features two cameras on the back, while the other two have three. The S10+ also appears to have a pair of front-facing cameras with a larger hole-punch.

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07:05
∞ 7 tips most iPhone owners won’t know

[VIDEO] When I see a post like this, I am automatically skeptical. This one passes muster. Take a look. The video is embedded in the main Loop post.

My favorite was using Siri to jump to a specific app’s Settings page. I spent some time playing with this one and it does work well, but does not work with all apps. I suspect there’s some API the developer needs to support for this to work, and not all apps do that.

To try this for yourself, pick one of your apps, then fire up Siri and say:

Settings

Many apps jump right to their settings page. But some (looking at you Twitter app) throw Siri for a loop.

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07:03
There’s at least one AirPower ‘2018’ reference left...

The biggest AirPower reference was scrubbed from Apple’s website when the iPhone XS product page replaced the iPhone X site, but there’s still one reference to Apple’s AirPower wireless charging mat still listed on Apple.com — 2018 promise still intact.

more…

The post There’s at least one AirPower ‘2018’ reference left on Apple․com appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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07:00
A Peloton bike motivated me more than any gym...

Peloton and its connected bike have become the poster child for a new era of on-demand exercise. Specifically, it promises all the camaraderie and structured routines of a real-world spin class from the comfort of home. Peloton's workout library is e...

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07:00
Apple published a new Press Release

Apple just published a new Press Release:

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07:00
Abode’s new Gen 2 gateway comes with 4G cellular and...

The latest iteration of the Abode home security system includes the Z-Wave Plus technology.

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06:48
∞ Apple shares “shot on iPhone” movie: The Lonely...

[VIDEO] The video (embedded in the main Loop post) was commissioned by Apple and shot entirely on an iPhone XS.

From the description:

American Samoa – ‘Football Island’ – produces athletes that are 56 times more likely to play in the NFL than Americans from anywhere else. Photographer and Director Steven Counts presents a portrait of Eddie Siaumau, a 17 – year old athlete who has just accepted a full ride scholarship to a D1 university.

And some of the gear used:

DJI Osmo Mobile 2, FiLMiC Pro, Joby GripTight PRO Video GP Stand, NiSi Smartphones Filter Kit

More and more commercial projects and mainstream movies are being filmed with the aid of, or entirely using iPhone.

We’ve certainly long passed the day where the majority of video is shot on smartphones. But are we far from a day where the majority of “paid” content (movies, TV shows, professional ads) is shot on a smartphone?

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06:48
∞ Apple shares “shot on iPhone” movie: The Lonely...

[VIDEO] The video (embedded in the main Loop post) was commissioned by Apple and shot entirely on an iPhone XS.

From the description:

American Samoa – ‘Football Island’ – produces athletes that are 56 times more likely to play in the NFL than Americans from anywhere else. Photographer and Director Steven Counts presents a portrait of Eddie Siaumau, a 17 – year old athlete who has just accepted a full ride scholarship to a D1 university.

And some of the gear used:

DJI Osmo Mobile 2, FiLMiC Pro, Joby GripTight PRO Video GP Stand, NiSi Smartphones Filter Kit

More and more commercial projects and mainstream movies are being filmed with the aid of, or entirely using iPhone.

We’ve certainly long passed the day where the majority of video is shot on smartphones. But are we far from a day where the majority of “paid” content (movies, TV shows, professional ads) is shot on a smartphone?

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06:47
Extended Cadillac Escalade Viceroy Edition comes...

Lexani Motorcars, which specializes in luxury stretch and armored conversions, has produced the 30" Extended Cadillac Escalade Viceroy Edition—the world's first 2019 stretched Cadillac Escalade mobile office that packs multiple iPads.

It comes with multiple Apple tablets integrated throughout the cabin via magnetic charging docks, diamond-stitched European leather power seats, a Control4 touch screen management system, airline style tables, security system, a raised ceiling with ambient LED and vivid star-liner lighting, a Mac Mini, upgraded air conditioning, and video conferencing.  

The vehicle also sports Lexani's ultra-lux VIP cabin upgrades, and star-liner ceiling. Want one? Expect to pay in the $75,000 to $100,000 range.

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06:47
Apple is financially exploiting wireless carriers in...




Apple is taking advantage of South Korean carriers by collecting money for ads, the country's Fair Trade Commission said during a hearing on the iPhone maker's business practices.

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06:44
Pocket Build Update Brings Dragons and Other Monsters

I’ve been playing the sh*t out of Pocket Build lately. It’s a fun sandbox game where you can build your own fantasy world. There are castles, different types of people, trees, fences, farms, goblins, rocks, etc., and now a new series called Dragons & Monsters. Deploy people and goblins to harvest resources, which you can spend towards building. Pocket Build is similar to Minecraft but with a bit less adventure. Instead of having a main character, it’s more like one of those “be a god” simulations. You start with the default world called Pocket Town, which gives you a good head start with resources, people, and a farm. You can build your own worlds, and explore other players’ worlds if they are set to public. I think my favorite part is that there are no special gems or other currency where the developers make you spend real money on, like so many games do. You can tip the developers which will give you a certain amount of resources, but it’s not necessary to play the...

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06:39
Apple again devotes homepage to celebrating Martin...

As it did last year, Apple is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day by using its homepage to display a full-page photo and another equally timely quote.

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

The quote is from a letter King wrote while incarcerated in the Birmingham city jail …

more…

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06:34
If you wanted an iPhone SE new from Apple, you'...




The unexpected return of the iPhone SE to the U.S. online Apple Store in a clearance sale has ended after only a day of availability, as the company has run out of stock.

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06:27
Mis-configured clouds overtake ‘phishing’ as top...

The linked “Notes on Security in 2019” was pulled together by former Chief Security Officer at Box and current partner at Andreessen Horowitz Joel de la Garza.

The whole read is interesting (and short), but this bit jumped out at me:

When the numbers are finally crunched for 2018 it’s likely that mis-configured cloud services will overtake phishing attacks as the number one source of breached personal records.

There have been a number of large breaches in the last year resulting from cloud service configuration errors — and there aren’t indications that this trend is changing.

I’m reminded of Willie Sutton being asked why he robs banks. “Because that’s where the money is”.

Same with the shift to the cloud. That’s where the data is.

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06:27
Mis-configured clouds overtake ‘phishing’ as top...

The linked “Notes on Security in 2019” was pulled together by former Chief Security Officer at Box and current partner at Andreessen Horowitz Joel de la Garza.

The whole read is interesting (and short), but this bit jumped out at me:

When the numbers are finally crunched for 2018 it’s likely that mis-configured cloud services will overtake phishing attacks as the number one source of breached personal records.

There have been a number of large breaches in the last year resulting from cloud service configuration errors — and there aren’t indications that this trend is changing.

I’m reminded of Willie Sutton being asked why he robs banks. “Because that’s where the money is”.

Same with the shift to the cloud. That’s where the data is.

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06:26
Apple Maps Transit Expands in Europe

Apple Maps transit directions are expanding to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland. This is the biggest combined update so far.


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06:18
Amazon builds “slow motion” vest to allow workers...

TechCrunch:

The Amazon Robotics-designed product was created to keep workers safe when they need to enter a space in order to fix a robotic system or retrieve fallen items. Built-in sensors alert Amazon’s robotic systems to the wearer’s presence, and they slow down to avoid collision.

This seems both fascinating and inevitable.

Imagine a fast moving robot, rapidly shelving or retrieving product, or packing products into a shipping container. The robots move fast enough, their appendages flying from task to task, that a human coming near risks real injury. The slow motion vest triggers a sensor and the robot goes into a much slower, more predictable speed so the human can grab a dropped item or access a control on the robot itself. Fascinating.

As to inevitable, this seems like an idea that will spread to any space where humans and robots coexist. At least until detecting humans becomes second nature, and flawless, for robots.

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06:18
Amazon builds “slow motion” vest to allow workers...

TechCrunch:

The Amazon Robotics-designed product was created to keep workers safe when they need to enter a space in order to fix a robotic system or retrieve fallen items. Built-in sensors alert Amazon’s robotic systems to the wearer’s presence, and they slow down to avoid collision.

This seems both fascinating and inevitable.

Imagine a fast moving robot, rapidly shelving or retrieving product, or packing products into a shipping container. The robots move fast enough, their appendages flying from task to task, that a human coming near risks real injury. The slow motion vest triggers a sensor and the robot goes into a much slower, more predictable speed so the human can grab a dropped item or access a control on the robot itself. Fascinating.

As to inevitable, this seems like an idea that will spread to any space where humans and robots coexist. At least until detecting humans becomes second nature, and flawless, for robots.

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06:15
Apple translates ‘Everyone Can Create’ to new...

Last March, Apple announced Everyone Can Create with educators and students in mind. Now the tech giant has released four new translations of the curriculum on Apple Books in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

Everyone Can Create is a free curriculum designed to make it fun and easy for teachers to integrate drawing, music, filmmaking or photography into their existing lesson plans for any subject. The curriculum joined Apple’s Everyone Can Code initiative as programs for teachers and students. Everyone Can Create is designed to take advantage of the iPad and Apple Pencil.

Developed in collaboration with educators and creative professionals, Everyone Can Create includes teacher and student guides, lessons, ideas and examples to help teachers bring creativity and new communication skills into their existing subjects like English, math, science and history. For example, students can use the built-in camera in iPad to learn about fractals or they can use Apple Pencil...

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06:15
Here are all the big changes to Apple Maps for 2017-...




In a bid to beat Google, Apple is continually updating Apple Maps, bringing in new features and expanding coverage. Here's what the company's been adding over the last year, updated on Jan. 21 with the arrival of public transit directions across Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.

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06:12
New ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ Film Set for Chinese New...

Apple looks set to release a new “Shot on iPhone XS” film in the near future. 9to5Mac picked up on Chinese reports which indicated that the new clip will be will be released to coincide with Chinese New Year. Those reports suggested that the latest iPhone XS short will be officially announced on January 25th. Apple released a “Shot on iPhone XS” film back in September 2018. It showed off the camera’s slow motion, time-lapse, and 4K capabilities.

A post on Chinese social network QQ.com shares what appears to be teaser materials for the film. Text invites you to click on text to reveal the protagonist of the film, and doing so reveals a man with a taped-up bucket … Other text asks whose story will be told, and how the secret will be kept, revealing further images of the man on the back of a motorcycle and a closer shot of the bucket.

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06:00
Who will be the first Netflix for video games?

Streaming detonated the film and television industries. As recently as five years ago, the advent of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube Premium sounded the death knell for multi-billion dollar businesses, altered the living-room habits of...

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06:00
iOS’ Notes and Pages need handwriting conversation...

If you want your handwritten notes on an iPhone or iPad converted to text, you're going to need an app that supports handwriting conversion. Sadly, Apple’s Notes and Pages for iOS can’t handle the job. 

I think that’s a mistake. It would make the apps more useful, and the Apple Pencil more appealing. 

Currentlly, if you want your handwritten notes translated to text, your best choice, in my opinion, is MyScript Nebo (pictured), a $7.99 app that offers full handwriting-to-text conversion. Specifically designed for the Apple Pencil or Logitech Crayon, it allows you to write, draw, quickly edit and structure your notes, and convert them into digital text. Recognized text is displayed while you write.

There’s also the $7.99 GoodNotes which supports writing and drawing with the Apple Pencil. It has built-in handwriting search recognition and text conversion — which is done via MyScript's engine, which also powers MyScript Nebo.

Both of these are highly...

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06:00
iOS’ Notes and Pages need handwriting conversation...

If you want your handwritten notes on an iPhone or iPad converted to text, you're going to need an app that supports handwriting conversion. Sadly, Apple’s Notes and Pages for iOS can’t handle the job. 

I think that’s a mistake. It would make the apps more useful, and the Apple Pencil more appealing. 

Currentlly, if you want your handwritten notes translated to text, your best choice, in my opinion, is MyScript Nebo (pictured), a $7.99 app that offers full handwriting-to-text conversion. Specifically designed for the Apple Pencil or Logitech Crayon, it allows you to write, draw, quickly edit and structure your notes, and convert them into digital text. Recognized text is displayed while you write.

There’s also the $7.99 GoodNotes which supports writing and drawing with the Apple Pencil. It has built-in handwriting search recognition and text conversion — which is done via MyScript's engine, which also powers MyScript Nebo.

Both of these are highly...

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06:00
Apple patent hints at a user interface for its...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20190020925) for a “channel bar user interface” that could involve the company’s upcoming streaming service. It involves a media content provider that includes storage for storing and serving video content to subscribers. The media content provider records and or otherwise stores video content from around the world. 

Subscribers are provided a user interface to the system that includes a channel bar. The channel bar is dynamically scoped responsive to interactions of a viewer with the system. Selectable elements within the channel bar provide direct access to related content regarding video content, such as television series information and cast information. 

In addition, the channel bar is operable in multiple modes. An EPG mode displays live video for multiple channels simultaneously. Themed modes permit channel bars that display content according to various themes which may be defined by a viewer, the provider, or both.

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06:00
Apple patent hints at a user interface for its...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20190020925) for a “channel bar user interface” that could involve the company’s upcoming streaming service. It involves a media content provider that includes storage for storing and serving video content to subscribers. The media content provider records and or otherwise stores video content from around the world. 

Subscribers are provided a user interface to the system that includes a channel bar. The channel bar is dynamically scoped responsive to interactions of a viewer with the system. Selectable elements within the channel bar provide direct access to related content regarding video content, such as television series information and cast information. 

In addition, the channel bar is operable in multiple modes. An EPG mode displays live video for multiple channels simultaneously. Themed modes permit channel bars that display content according to various themes which may be defined by a viewer, the provider, or both.

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06:00
Organize your life in 2019 with PDF Converter OCR 6...

Has “getting more organized” been on your resolution list for more years than you care to remember? Make 2019 the year you finally get things under control by using PDF Converter OCR 5 for Mac to scan, edit, and search PDF files. With our $19 lifetime license to this powerful Mac app, you’ll be able to whittle down those boxes of old paper documents and bills to a manageable set of searchable PDF files.

  • Make PDFs editable & searchable while retaining the original layout, graphics, and hyperlinks

  • Scan 27 languages & download the full version for 200+ recognition languages

  • ...
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06:00
Organize your life in 2019 with PDF Converter OCR 6...

Has “getting more organized” been on your resolution list for more years than you care to remember? Make 2019 the year you finally get things under control by using PDF Converter OCR 5 for Mac to scan, edit, and search PDF files. With our $19 lifetime license to this powerful Mac app, you’ll be able to whittle down those boxes of old paper documents and bills to a manageable set of searchable PDF files.

  • Make PDFs editable & searchable while retaining the original layout, graphics, and hyperlinks

  • Scan 27 languages & download the full version for 200+ recognition languages

  • ...
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05:57
Apple’s Everyone Can Create curriculum now available...

Apple first announced its Everyone Can Create curriculum at last year’s March education event – where the $329 9.7-inch iPad was launched. The course was made available in October, covering four areas: photography, music, video production and drawing.

The company has today announced that the iPad-based project...

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05:49
Apple translates 'Everyone Can Create'...




Apple on Monday released four new translations of the "Everyone Can Create" curriculum on Apple Books, meant to develop music, video, photo, and illustration skills -- specifically using Apple's iPad.

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05:47
Sphero maze art adds a creative twist to a favorite...

If you’ve visited any Apple store over the past few years, you’ve probably observed the tiny Sphero robots that often zoom around, piloted by children testing out iOS-connected accessories. Depending on the visit, you may have also noticed elaborate patterns constructed from blue painters tape on the store’s floor. These mazes are used as a course for the Sphero Maze Challenge Kids Hour, a popular Today at Apple session. While the mazes began with rudimentary layouts serving as obstacle courses for the robots, an increasing number of stores have turned the maze designs into a new art form that adds an extra dash of creativity.

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05:43
Apple signs deal to get first crack at future...




Apple made an agreement with Ron Howard's Imagine Documentaries, allowing the iPhone maker a "first look" at TV shows and films from the production company, as part of the company's ongoing efforts to build up its roster of original video content.

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05:40
WhatsApp to begin limiting message forwarding to 5...

The world’s most popular messaging platform is implementing an odd method of stopping the flow of misinformation and ‘fake news’. WhatsApp users on Android and iOS will no longer be able to forward messages to more than five individuals or groups.

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The post WhatsApp to begin limiting message forwarding to 5 individuals or groups to curb fake news appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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05:24
5 Drawing Apps for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil

Michael Calore’s list is a good follow up to my article of apps that put the ‘pro’ in iPad Pro. If you’re an artist, here are five drawing apps to look out for.

Whether you’re a casual scribbler or seasoned illustrator, the iPad Pro, paired with its Pencil, can be a serious artistic tool.


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05:19
Two reasons companies may be defying GDPR: a...

It was last week claimed that Apple was one of a number of tech giants which was failing to fully comply with Europe’s privacy law, GDPR. Other companies may be deliberately defying GDPR, it is argued today.

A new piece suggests two reasons for companies not complying with one of the General Data Protection Regulation’s key requirements …

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The post Two reasons companies may be defying GDPR: a calculated decision, and fear appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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05:05
Motorola patent teases a RAZR-like phone with a...

A newly-discovered Motorola patent may be our first look at Lenovo's rumoured RAZR foldable phone. Unearthed by 91 Mobiles, the filing contains several illustrations that seem to show a handset with a folding screen on the inside and a second, smalle...

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05:00
Temperature not displaying correctly on your Apple...

I recently noticed that the temperature display on the default watch face on my Apple Watch quit displaying the correct temperature. If you experience this, here’s how to fix it:

On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Weather > Default City > choose Current Location (or a specific location from those that have been added to the Weather app on your iPhone, if preferred).

Even though the correct city was selected in the Watch app on my iPhone, I had to change it to Current Location to get the correct temperature to display.



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05:00
Temperature not displaying correctly on your Apple...

I recently noticed that the temperature display on the default watch face on my Apple Watch quit displaying the correct temperature. If you experience this, here’s how to fix it:

On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Weather > Default City > choose Current Location (or a specific location from those that have been added to the Weather app on your iPhone, if preferred).

Even though the correct city was selected in the Watch app on my iPhone, I had to change it to Current Location to get the correct temperature to display.



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04:32
Latest 'Shot on iPhone' uses iPhone XS to...




Apple has published a new "Shot on iPhone" video to its YouTube account, showcasing the camera capabilities of the iPhone XS, with the film featuring a teenage athlete on American Samoa who has accepted a full-ride scholarship to a university in the NCAA Division I.

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04:19
Special shot-on-iPhone XS film reportedly on the way...

It looks like Apple will be sharing a new short ‘shot on iPhone XS’ film for the Chinese New Year, created by award-winning film director and screenwriter Jia Zhangke.

A post on Chinese social network QQ.com shares what appears to be teaser materials for the film. Text invites you to click on text to reveal the protagonist of the film, and doing so reveals a man with a taped-up bucket …

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The post Special shot-on-iPhone XS film reportedly on the way for the Chinese New Year appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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03:49
The Morning After: The iPhone SE returns

Some of you might be enjoying the day off, but for others it's just another Monday. Over the weekend, you might have missed out on the fact that Apple's last small iPhone has made a reappearance with a clearance price tag, and Baywatch is back -- on...

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03:30
Google may have finally committed to making Wear OS...

Google has spent $40 million to bring Fossil's wearable research and development ideas and employees under its roof, which could mean big things for Wear OS.

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03:30
Google may have finally committed to making Wear OS...

Google has spent $40 million to bring Fossil's wearable research and development ideas and employees under its roof, which could mean big things for Wear OS.

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03:15
Apple begins selling discontinued iPhone SE units...

The iPhone SE you loved is now on sale, even if the price has been bottomed out to seemingly liquidate the remaining stock of the discontinued handset in the Refurbished section of its online storefront.

Customers can snag a brand new, unopened iPhone SE for only $249 with 32GB or 128GB for $299. handsets come fully unlocked sporting the same specs as when it was introduced in 2016. The iPhone SE features the A9 Apple processor, Touch ID, and the four-inch form factor.

As such, the sale prices are roughly $100 and $150 off compared to Apple’s prices before the phone was removed from sale.

As present, Apple is only selling iPhones with displays larger than 4.7″. This has brought out some criticism from people who loved the smaller handset.

Grab one while you can, as supplies are limited.

It isn’t clear how long the iPhone SE will remain supported by iOS. The A9 processor first shipped with the iPhone 6S in September 2015.

Stay tuned for...

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03:02
Drone giant DJI will take a huge loss due to...

The world's largest drone-maker, DJI, has reported that it will take a loss of up to a billion yuan ($150 million) due to employee fraud, according to Bloomberg and other sources. The company said that it fired multiple employees who apparently infla...

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03:00
ING says Apple Pay support within Spain “coming soon...

International bank ING announced on Thursday that it would soon be offering Apple Pay support in Spain.

Unfortunately, given that Apple Pay launched in Spain as of 2016, this failed to wow a number of its customers.

In 2016, Banco Santander became the first bank in Spain to support Apple Pay. A large number of other banks in Spain now support Apple Pay. These include BBVA, BancaMarch, CaixaBank, and bunq.

In spite of this, customers of ING, which had been operating in Spain since the 1970s, were unable to use Apple Pay.

ING offered the following tweet on Thursday:

It is fair to say the announcement was not that well received by customers. A lot of sarcasm was thrown ING’s way.

Last Thursday, Australian Apple Pay users could switch between Visa and eftpos. This allows them to avoid credit card fees. U.S. customers can now use Apple Pay to put money into their individual share trading accounts.

Stay tuned for additional details as...

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03:00
Hubitat Elevation review: This smart home hub keeps...

Is the cloud really all that bad?

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03:00
7 ways Apple could improve the iPhone’s Shortcuts app

Remember Shortcuts? A mere seven months ago it seemed transformational and game-changing; an app boasting the power to strengthen Siri so it could hold its own against Alexa and Google Assistant. Nay, it would be better. Shortcuts would allow us to mold Siri to our needs; we could create automated actions that Apple itself may never dream of.

It hasn’t quite worked out that way, even though the potential is still there. These days I struggle to find ordinary iPhone users who’ve even heard of Shortcuts. As for finding someone outside the Apple enthusiast press who uses a Shortcut on a daily basis? I might as well be looking for Amelia Earhart. The activity on forums focused on Shortcuts seems to dwindle by the day.

To read this...

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00:56
German climate proposals could put an end to no-...

Germany's Autobahns are legendary for segments with no speed limits, but you might have to wave goodbye to those unfettered driving experiences. Reuters has obtained draft proposals from a transport committee that would cap speeds at 130km/h (about...

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00:01
How to charge your Smart Battery Case for iPhone

Apple has released several generations of the Smart Battery Case for various iPhone generations. With the several generations comes various methods of charging your iPhone’s Smart Battery Case. Follow along to learn how to charge your Smart Battery Case…

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00:00
How to use Auto Pause on Apple Watch to more...

Whether you like to run outside, inside, or both, read on for how to use Auto Pause on Apple Watch to more accurately and effortlessly track running workouts.

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The post How to use Auto Pause on Apple Watch to more accurately track running workouts appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Sunday January 20

22:43
FMV game 'Telling Lies' to include stars...

The sequel to the hit indie game Her Story will have a relatively star-studded cast. Creator Sam Barlow and Annapurna Interactive have revealed the main cast for Telling Lies, and you might just recognize some of them even if they aren't mega-stars....

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20:14
'Fortnite' Ice Storm event blankets the...

Fortnite has had its share of map-changing events, but its latest might be the most conspicuous to date. Epic kicked off its Ice Storm event on January 19th through an in-game spectacle where the mysterious ice sphere (added with the recent 7.20 pat...

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18:41
Chevy made a full-size Silverado truck out of Lego...

Hey, Bugatti, you're not the only one who can fashion a full-size car out of toy bricks as a publicity stunt. Chevy has enlisted the help of students from Oxford Community School and Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary to create a one-for-one rendition o...

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17:08
Netflix renews 'The Kominsky Method' after...

Netflix isn't shy about its pursuit of critical glory. The streaming giant has renewed The Kominsky Method for a second season just a couple of weeks after it won two Golden Globe awards for best actor in a musical or comedy (Michael Douglas) and be...

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15:32
Ducati confirms plans for an electric motorcycle

Ducati has hinted at a desire to make electric motorcycles before, but it's committing in a more substantial way. Company chief Claudio Domenicali told guests at a Spanish event that the "future is electric" and the company was "not far from starting...

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14:01
Uber is hiring robotics teams to work on bikes and...

Uber is only gradually resuming its self-driving car program, but it's already thinking about expanding that technology to its two-wheeled services. The Telegraph has discovered that Uber is hiring for a "micromobility robotics" team that would brin...

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12:34
We might get an iPhone SE 2, after all because the...

Previously, I’ve opined that there would be no iPhone SE 2. Now I’m not so sure.

The original is (kinda) back. Apple has started selling the iPhone SE again on its online store. Admittedly, it’s only part of a “clearance sale” to get ride of inventory. But with slower-than-expected iPhone sales, and complaints that Apple smartphones have gotten way too expensive, a follow-up to the SE seems likely.

For now, you can get an unopened iPhone SE for only $249 with 32GB or 128GB for $299. That’s $100 and $150, respectively, off the original prices before the phone was removed from sale.

If Apple does release an iPhone SE 2 this fall, I expect it will have a bigger display (4.2 inches), an A10 processor, Touch ID (but not Face ID), plus 2GB of RAM. The smartphone will come in 32GB and 128GB storage options.



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12:27
Facebook introduces political petitions to your News...

Facebook's efforts to improve civic engagement are expanding beyond easy access to politicians and voter registration campaigns. As of January 21st, it's launching a Community Actions feature in the US that brings political petitions to the News Fee...

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12:20
Apple shares new ‘Shot on iPhone’ short film about...

Apple today has shared a new ‘Shot on iPhone‘ video on YouTube. This time, it’s a 3-minute video that showcases American Samoa, a U.S. territory located the south pacific ocean, and specifically focuses on Eddie Siaumau, a 17-year-old athlete on the island.

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11:31
∞ The 30th anniversary of the beloved Macintosh SE/30

This Twitter thread is great. The Macintosh SE/30 was my first Mac and I absolutely loved it. I don’t know if it’s the “Best Mac Ever” but it certainly is my favourite if only for the path it put me on.

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11:27
Crime blotter: A Walmart iPhone theft ring, New...




Police are seeking a pair of thieves nabbing Apple gear late at night from WalMarts, 1400 iPads lifted by civil servant, FedEx employees nabbed for grabbing Apple packages, and more in the latest Apple-related crime blotter.

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11:11
To save the sound of a Stradivarius, a whole city...

What an incredible undertaking. I know nothing about violins or their sound and couldn’t tell the difference between a Stradivarius and a Nova Scotia fiddle but I love that these people are undertaking the effort to capture the sound of these magnificent instruments.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:00
The best USB-C MacBook and laptop chargers

By Nick Guy

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 USB-C MacBook and laptop chargers guide...

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10:31
∞ ‘Order!’ Why Europeans are turning to John Bercow...

Our American readers may not realize this but the role of the Speaker of the House in the British Parliamentary system is significantly different than that of the House of Representatives. They act more as a referee in the chamber than a politician.

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09:30
After Math: Watch out now!

You'd think that the week after CES would bring at least a brief lull in the firehose that is tech news, but you'd be wrong. Google's paying $40 million for Fossil's smartwatch tech; LG's holding a huge sale for last year's most expensive sets ahead...

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08:00
The Azulejo in Portugal

Not only are the tiles spectacularly beautiful, the presentation by the Google website is very well done.

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08:00
Facebook backs an independent AI ethics research...

Facebook is just as interested as its peers in fostering ethical AI. The social network has teamed up with the Technical University of Munich to back the formation of an independent AI ethics research center. The plainly titled Institute for Ethics...

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07:31
FTC reportedly planning ‘record-setting’ fine...

Following a report last weekend that Germany was planning to punish Facebook, a report from The Washington Post now says the Federal Trade Commission in the U.S. is planning “record-setting” fines against the social media giant. The report cites three people familiar with the matter and says regulators plan to punish the company for failing to protect user data.

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07:00
Hands-on: Using an iPhone Smart Battery Case for the...

I get good battery life with my iPhone X as is, and my home office lifestyle means I’m never that far from a plug, so I’m admittedly not the target market for a battery case. Nevertheless, the announcement of Apple’s Smart Battery Case for iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR piqued my interest.

I wanted to dip my toes in to see what using a Smart Battery Case is like. Read after the jump for some of my takeaways, and also be sure to check out our review from earlier in the week for a more thorough walkthrough of what’s new.

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06:56
What new Apple product are you most looking forward...

2019 is shaping up to be a busy year for Apple. In addition to the normal iPhone updates, reports also suggest that the company has new iPads, accessories, and more in store. What are you most excited to see in 2019?

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The post What new Apple product are you most looking forward to in 2019? [Poll] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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06:29
Apple gets first crack at documentaries from Ron...

Apple may have more than a few documentaries on tap for its upcoming streaming video service. Variety has learned that Apple has a "first-look" deal with Imagine Documentaries, the production company from Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. The move will...

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06:00
Comment: It’s time to rethink iMessage notifications

One of the best parts of iMessage is its seamless integration with SMS. One of the worst parts about iMessage is its reliance on looking like SMS in an app. I still remember when iMessage originally launched in iOS 5. With an 80+ year-old office building, getting text messages was nearly impossible for me. When Apple launched iMessage, I was able to use Wi-Fi, it was a game changer for me. Over six years later, iMessage is mostly the same. It’s still heavily tied to the same app that uses SMS. While it’s added iMessage “apps”, it’s still largely the same app and service that Apple launched years ago. I’ve realized that out of my major frustrations with iMessage, how it handles notifications is at the top of the list. more…

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01:34
Hitman convicted thanks to fitness watch location...

An alleged hitman has learned hard lessons about the the value of GPS data on fitness watches. A Liverpool jury has found Mark Fellows guilty of the 2015 murder of mob boss Paul Massey in part thanks to location info from the accused's Garmin Foreru...

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01:28
Buy iPhone SE for $249 at Apple Clearance whilst...

Whilst stocks last, Apple is listing the iPhone SE for $249 on its clearance site. Apple stopped selling the iPhone SE last September, and all new products feature home-button-less designs with larger screens …

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Saturday January 19

20:15
GoFundMe launches campaign for government workers...

People have frequently used GoFundMe to lend a helping hand to others in need of some help, but the site itself is getting involved in light of the US government shutdown. The company has teamed up with Deepak Chopra to launch a donation campaign fo...

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19:26
Apple again starts selling iPhone SE, this time on...




Apple returned the iPhone SE to its U.S. online store on Saturday, but only as part of a clearance effort to seemingly liquidate the remaining stock of the discontinued handset.

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18:40
Showtime offers a peek at Desus and Mero's talk...

How will podcasters Desus and Mero handle a late-night talk show on Showtime? You now have a slightly better idea. Showtime has posted a teaser for Desus & Mero that has the duo shopping for set decorations ahead of their February 21st premiere...

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17:06
Amazon adds remastered 'Baywatch' to Prime...

If you're feeling nostalgic for the 90s, Prime Video may have something you can binge on. Amazon is adding Baywatch -- yes, the classic TV series and not Dwayne Johnson's flick -- to its lineup for US, Canada and Australia. You'll even be able to enj...

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15:35
iPhone SE goes back on sale as a $249 clearance item

Do you deeply regret passing on the iPhone SE before Apple cut it out of the lineup? You now have another chance to get it. Apple has quietly resumed selling the iPhone SE as a clearance item in the US, starting at $249 for a 32GB model (down from th...

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14:40
The iPhone SE is available on Apple’s online...

Editor's note: As of January 20, the iPhone SE is no longer available in the Apple Clearance store.

Apple’s iPhone SE disappeared from the iPhone lineup last fall, when the company introduced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. But as MacRumors pointed out, the SE has reappeared on Apple’s site in the company’s Clearance Products store.

You can’t find the iPhone SE at the retail Apple Store, though you may be able to find one at a carrier store. If you’ve wanted one but had no luck through the methods above, now’s your chance. Since it’s on clearance, stock on these phones is limited.

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14:30
∞ How does a “Pull-Back” toy car work?

Not only is this a really good explanation of what’s happening inside these little cars, the animation is really well done.

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14:18
Apple publishes videos showcasing iPad Pro workflows

As the iPad “matures”, its ability to do the things formerly requiring a desktop or laptop becomes greater and greater.

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14:03
Google Maps speed limits, speed camera alerts now...

After being in testing for over two years, Google has finally widely launched speed limits within Google Maps this week. Following a smaller rollout earlier this week, the feature is now rolling out on a much wider scale in regions around the globe. Confirmed in a comment to Mashable, Google Maps is rolling out the […]

The post Google Maps speed limits, speed camera alerts now rolling out widely on Android and iOS appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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14:01
Stratolaunch axes launch vehicle and rocket engine...

Stratolaunch is axing several projects in an effort to scale back its operations a few months after founder Paul Allen, who's more recognized for being Microsoft's co-founder, passed away. According to GeekWire, the company will continue developing t...

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12:33
EU copyright laws face uncertain fate after 11...

Internet giants like Google might breathe a little easier in Europe... at least, for now. The EU has called off January 21st negotiations for a final vote on the controversial Copyright Directive after 11 countries, including Germany, Italy and the...

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12:05
Hands-on w/ Setapp subscription Mac app service +...

Below we take a hands-on look at the latest in Setapp, the subscription Mac app service commonly referred to as ‘the Netflix of Mac apps’.

Thanks to our sponsor Setapp, you can also still enter for your chance to win Apple’s new MacBook Air until next week.

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The post Hands-on w/ Setapp subscription Mac app service + MacBook Air giveaway [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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11:02
Tesla hikes Supercharger prices worldwide to reflect...

Tesla's efforts to improve its bottom line go beyond layoffs and disappearing perks. Electrek has learned that Tesla is raising Supercharger rates around the world, with per kWh rates climbing about 33 percent in numerous markets. While it's still...

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09:30
Recommended Reading: How we got two Fyre Festival...

Fyre Fight: The inside story of how we got two warring Fyre Festival documentaries in the same week
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We've known for a while now that Hulu and Netflix were both working on documentaries chronicling the ill-fated influencer...

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08:54
Review: The Satechi 75W Dual USB-C Travel Charger is...




Whether you want it to or not, USB-C will take over as the port of choice for consumers, but the lack of chargers that sport more than one USB-C port stands in the way. The Satechi Dual USB-C Travel Charger packs two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports into a single package -- and it may just help adoption.

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08:32
Analyst questions whether Apple’s 70/30 revenue...

While Apple has been touting its ever-growing Services segment as the future of growth, one analyst has concerns. As reported by CNBC, Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi has addressed concerns that the growing revolt against Apple’s 70/30 App Store revenue will hurt its long-term growth.

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The post Analyst questions whether Apple’s 70/30 revenue split in the App Store could hurt Services growth appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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08:00
Car dealerships put in a lot of work to not sell you...

There’s plenty of blame to go around as to why EVs are not more popular but with dealerships being some of the frontline troops when it comes to first information and then sales, they take on a good percentage of the responsibility for the lack of sales.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:00
What we're buying: A terrible replacement baby...

This week's IRL tale has nothing to do with new year's resolutions. Thankfully. Instead, Senior Editor Dan Cooper tries to replace his decent (but broken) baby monitor, and finds that cheaper models no longer cut it.

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07:38
This week’s top stories: Smart Battery Cases, iPhone...

In this week’s top stories: Apple releases Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, rumors suggest a new iPad and iPad mini 5 are coming soon, and iPhone 11 rumors pick up steam. Read all of this week’s top stories below.

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The post This week’s top stories: Smart Battery Cases, iPhone 11 rumors, new iPads on the horizon, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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06:47
Apple enters into a first-look deal with Imagine...

Director/producer Ron Howard and his production partner Brian Grazer have made a new, first-look deal with Apple to air its Imagine Documentaries films on the company’s upcoming video streaming service, according to Variety.

The article says the deal suggests that Apple sees documentary films and series as an important element of the video platform it’s been working on for more than 18 months. In September, Apple acquired global rights to the feature doc, The Elephant Queen, which will screen later this month at the Sundance Film Festival.

Imagine’s push into documentaries began a few years ago with such projects as The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — the Touring Years, directed by Howard, and Jay-Z’s Made in America, Katy Perry: Part of Me, and Inside Deep Throat.



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06:45
The Morning After: Galaxy S10 leaks and Amazon'...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to your weekend! This week included Nike's real self-tightening basketball shoes, a Model 3 road trip assisted by AutoPilot and Google's big smartwatch purchase. Also, we might have gotten an early look...

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06:45
The Morning After: Galaxy S10 leaks and Amazon'...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to your weekend! This week included Nike's real self-tightening basketball shoes, a Model 3 road trip assisted by AutoPilot and Google's big smartwatch purchase. Also, we might have gotten an early look...

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06:15
Ron Howard’s ‘Imagine Documentaries’ nabs first-look...

Director Ron Howard and production partner Brian Grazer have penned a new, first-look deal with Apple to air its Imagine Documentaries films on the company’s upcoming video streaming service, reports Variety.

Fittingly, the primary focus of the documentaries generally center around a musician’s story, with the production company’s most recent release, “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years”, winning the 2017 Grammy for Best Music Film.

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06:00
Making The Grade: Where are the iBeacons in K-12?

One of the buzzwords that we’ve been hearing for years in the K–12 environment is iBeacons. Apple introduced iBeacons back in 2013, but to be honest, I’ve yet to see a killer use case in K–12. I’ve seen some discussion around the iBeacons used well in retail, hospitality, and sporting events, but even that hasn’t taken over the world. Wi-Fi vendors have been building in beacons into their access points for a couple of years now, and iOS devices have had the technology in it for multiple revision rounds, so I am left with the question: Where are the killer iBeacon use cases, and why aren’t we hearing more about them in real life deployments? This week, I’m looking at some potential ways that iBeacons can be used in K-12 environments....

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05:53
Leaked emails show Apple tried to use Qualcomm...

Yesterday, it was reported that Apple had to retract a portion of its press release about iPhone sales in Germany as part of its ongoing legal battle with Qualcomm. Now, Bloomberg has obtained leaked emails that claim to offer more details about the relationship between the two companies collapsing.

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