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mercredi 13 mars 2019, 17:49
Apple has accused Qualcomm of tampering with ones its witnesses, a notion the chipmaker describes as “ridiculous.”
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LONDON – London’s underground Tube train network has WiFi, but only in the stations. Meanwhile, the likes of Tokyo, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Melbourne, all have WiFi connectivity in tunnels. The Tube will soon be getting 4G, but that does not mean there will be no...
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We’ve heard stories about iPhones identifying heart defects. However, AppleInsider picked up on another way an iPhone has saved a life – the device blocked an arrow shot at it’s user!  Police in New South Wales, Australia, were called by a man reporting someone wielding a...
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Apple is expanding the App Development and Swift curriculum in Singapore and opening a second Apple Developer Academy in Indonesia.
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IBM secretly used millions of Flickr photos to test its facial recognition system. IBM claimed it was to help reduce bias in facial recognition. Despite IBM’s assurances that Flickr users can opt out of the database, NBC News discovered that it’s almost impossible to get ...
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lt looks like the Apple News subscription service will launch on macOS as well as iOS. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith shared some screenshots of a the new service as they appear in the latest beta of macOS 10.14.4. MacRumors reported that they showed notifications for...
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In this episode, Bryan Chaffin is joined by guest-cohost Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus to examine the ins and outs of Apple’s Mac pricing. It’s no simple issue, and they dig deep into what appears to be Apple’s strategy. They also talk about the realities of cord cutting today, with...
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I love cats. All cats. But especially our house cats. In front of the TV with my cat in lap, I’ll sometimes bring up a NatGeo saved cat video for her amusement. But I’ve never had an incident as hilarious as this. File under new things to amuse yourself and companions using...
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There is not doubt that Apple’s streaming TV service is a good idea. But there is also reason for concern. It’s all about spinning plates.
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mardi 12 mars 2019, 20:10
Over 250 are signing a petition calling on the United Nations and World Health Organization to create stronger guidelines over devices like AirPods and possible links to cancer. Some experts believe that AirPods may be especially dangerous since the devices sit deep inside...
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A French security researcher found an app called 63red Safe has been described as a “Yelp for conservatives,” has been leaking customer data.
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We have a deal on Beepify, an alarm system for MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. Beepify uses three triggers—laptop closed, charger disconnected, or charger and display—that when violated, will beep extremely loudly to scare would-be thieves away. You can get a...
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Andrew O’Hara put together a neat DIY video on how to make Apple Watch bands. He tells you what parts and tools you”ll need and how to put it all together. By putting the band together yourself, you have so many more options opened up to you. Your watch can now represent you...
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John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the finally confirmed Apple Event, and the scourge that is robocalls.
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iOS has a feature called Do Not Disturb that can help block spam calls and robocalls.
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Created by artist Kate Holten, the New York City Tree Alphabet lets anyone send hidden messages in tree language. You can also download it as a font. A tentative version of Holten’s new Tree Alphabet was shared across the Parks Department for months, as groups across the...
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Sprint took out a full-page advert in Sunday’s New York Times hitting out at AT&T’s 5G claims. MacRumors reported that the advert branded AT&T’s claims as “fake 5G”, saying it was not faster than Sprint’s 4G LTE network. In February, Sprint filed a lawsuit against the 5G...
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Apple’s in-development series Time Bandits will be directed by Taika Waititi, Variety reported.  The series was based on a film, originally released in 1981,  written by Monty Python star Terry Gilliam. It told the story of a young Brit called, Kevin, who finds a time...
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World Wide Web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee has called for for the adoption of his Contract for the Web to help end the current “dysfunction.”
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PayPal Instant Transfer is launching in the United States. It lets people instantly transfer money from PayPal to their bank.
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