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mardi 3 juillet 2018, 20:17
The EU is considering a new copyright law, and critics say it could endanger parts of the internet. Everything from memes, music remixes, and even news would be affected. Italy Wikipedia shut down in protest because editors say “Wikipedia itself would be at risk of closing.”...
Developer Eyad Murshid created an interesting concept yesterday. It imagines what a Touch Bar on iOS would look like. It’s called AccessoryTouchBar, and I personally like it. Although, having a Touch Bar and the predictive text bar would take up a lot of room, so maybe they...
The Security Code AutoFill feature in iOS 12 could lead to bank fraud, according to one security researcher.
This is thanks to an update to GarageBand yesterday, allowing students to submit assignments as a GarageBand project.
The Wall Street Journal published some disturbing news yesterday: apparently email app developers can read your Gmail messages.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at the potential security threats in iOS 12’s Security Code AutoFill, plus they have some thoughts on Samsung smartphones randomly sending out photos.
We have a deal on a Lightning cable built to last. It’s called the Metallic Spring MFi-Certified Lightning cable, and it’s sheathed in a spring metal shell. It supports Quick Charging for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, it’s 3-feet long, and it’s $12.99 through us.
Sharing photos with friends is cool, but not when your decides to send photos without your knowledge. That’s exactly what’s happening for some Samsung smartphone owners. Mashable says people are freaking out because the photos on their phones are being sent out to other...
iOS 12 includes AvatarKit for iPad, which is a pretty big clue new models with TrueDepth Cameras, Face ID, and Animoji support are coming soon.
Amazon Prime Day is coming on July 16th and 17th and this year includes Whole Foods so you can take advantage of in-store discounts, too.
Instagram announced a new feature that may help you curb that endless scrolling thing that Instagram has been trying so hard to get you to do in the first place.
Facebook announced Monday that it was shutting down the three apps, citing “low usage.”
The Apple TV 4K has been shipping since September, 2017. Now there’s a new competitor, Amazon’s Fire TV Cube. One might think that a later design might be seriously better than the Apple TV 4K, but as this review demonstrates, the Fire TV Cube is a long way from achieving...
The company will conduct its quarterly conference call with analysts at 5:00 PM Eastern that Tuesday. Results are usually released 30 minutes before that call.
lundi 2 juillet 2018, 23:41
Kirk McElhearn is an expert technical journalist for all things Apple. He was a Senior Contributor at Macworld for 15 years, is known as “The iTunes Guy,” and writes about Macs, security, iTunes, books and music. Kirk has also written several “Take Control Books,” including...
Macworld put out an interesting article over the weekend. Jason Cross writes about an Apple Maps future with augmented reality and high-precision GPS. Apple has a true Google Maps rival on its hands if it can implement these features. The company is already in the process of ...
The next time you’re browsing in Safari on your iPad, you’ll be able to see each website’s favicon displayed in the browser tabs.
Writing for AppleInsider, Daniel Dilger makes the argument that iPads are the new PC, and Apple isn’t targeting PC switchers anymore. The “What’s a Computer” commercial seems to be one of the most hated ads of all time. It sends a clear message that the iPad is the computer...
Popular website StumbleUpon is closing down. First launching in 2002, it was a content discovery platform that helped people find cool stuff before the likes of Facebook and Twitter. I was a big user of StumbleUpon back in the day, and when I got my first computer the...
A U.K. regulation board has recently given the green light to Apple’s marketing regarding the iPhone X’s “studio quality” photography.
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