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mercredi 20 février 2019, 23:14
MacBook Pro-2011.. high Sierra … lots of memory. My problem is I have a file that has about three words per line with a paragraph mark at the end of each line. It came as an email. I have tried a find and replace to get rid of the paragraphs and then format a proper page of...
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The brand-new Galaxy S10 line, Galaxy Buds, and—wait—does that phone fold in half?!
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Here’s what it means when your phone says it’s using 4G, LTE, or even 5GE technology, or why you can’t make a call when you have five bars.
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Alors que les réseaux 5G ne sont pas encore officiellement déployés, Samsung se prépare à leur arrivée cette année. Une déclinaison 5G du Galaxy S10 sortira d'ici l'été et il offrira d'ailleurs des spécifications légèrement plus alléchantes que les S10 et...
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EU countries are a step closer to introducing the so-called ‘Link Tax’ after diplomats approved proposals two-years in the making.
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“We learned a little more today about Apple’s plans for Marzipan, its UIKit that will make it easy for developers to port iOS apps to the Mac,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “Today’s report suggests that the project will be rolling out a little more slowly than...
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AppleInsider has spent the last month testing out Canon's first full-frame mirrorless EOS R shooter to see how it stacks up in an ever-growing mirrorless market.
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One of the folders has an icon on it that looks like a document and there is nothing in it. The other folder is a plain envelope folder and has all the document files in it. These show up both on my iMac using High Sierra and my MacBook pro using Mojave. I have icloud turned ...
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Apple today released a white paper outlining its self-driving car testing procedures as required by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [PDF via CNET]. The short seven-page document is scant on details about Apple's autonomous car project, but the company...
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“Apple has put yet another batch of iPhone SE smartphones up for sale at its clearance store – it keeps selling them, people keep buying them, but will the company ever get the message?” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Apple invented the user interface, has...
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Beyond the Galaxy S10 and Fold, Samsung revealed multiple wearable devices on Wednesday: the Galaxy Watch Active, two Galaxy Fit trackers, and its AirPods-like Galaxy Buds.
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It's finally here, and it'll cost you $1,980.
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“At its Unpacked 2019 event that took place in San Francisco today, Samsung officially unveiled its foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “When folded up, the Galaxy Fold has a 4.6-inch display that’s designed to fit in the palm of a hand,...
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Alongside its new Galaxy S10 smartphone lineup and the Galaxy Fold, Samsung today announced a new wearable accessory, the Galaxy Buds. The Galaxy Buds are Samsung's new wire-free earbuds, similar to the AirPods. Samsung focused on sound with the Galaxy Buds, partnering...
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Android users can now stop Facebook from tracking their location when they aren't using the Facebook app.
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At an 'Unpacked' event in San Francisco, California, Samsung today unveiled its 2019 device lineup, with a range of smartphones that will be competing with Apple's 2018 and 2019 devices. Samsung's biggest announcement was the impressive Galaxy Fold, that can transform from ...
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Samsung on Wednesday debuted four different tiers of the Galaxy S10, its latest flagship smartphone and main iPhone competitor, including one with 5G connectivity.
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Charter Spectrum TV Essentials will be coming to the Apple TV for US$14.99/month plus tax. 
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“Maybe there is some technical issue that means Apple hasn’t been able to update the iMac, but it looks more like Apple is delaying the machine for commercial reasons,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “Apple is very, very good at planning years in advance and all...
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The federal government shares its terrorist watch list with over 1,400 private companies, including hospitals and universities. The government has insisted for years it doesn’t share it with private companies, only to have lied this whole time. Why would it be a big deal?...
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