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mercredi 27 juin 2018, 16:16
Support for the Pebble smartwatch ends on June 30th, but that doesn’t mean it has to end up lost in a drawer. Thanks to Rebble, Pebble owners get to have an app store, mobile app support, and firmware updates. The catch is you need to link your Pebble account to Rebble’s...
Elgato is getting out of the gaming accessory business to focus on HomeKit smarthome technology and is changing its name to Eve Systems.
Sonos recently announced a new soundbar they call the Sonos Beam. I’ve had some time to test it and simply to use it, and this might be the most impressive speaker I’ve tested from Sonos yet, especially considering its US$399 price tag.
Fortune has posted the full interview of its interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Conducted and livestreamed on Monday, the interview is wide-ranging and interesting.
Mr. Rober is known to his 3.4 million YouTube subscribers for his science-related videos, but starting in 2015, he went to work for Apple, apparently on a virtual reality project.
Check out this rather brilliant piece imagining Apple keyboards past and present drinking in a bar, when in walks that obnoxious fellow, Touch Bar (via Daring Fireball). It’s high-larious, spot on, and flawlessly executed. Here’s a taste: APPLE EXTENDED II: Lonely times,...
The current W-iFi protocol we all use, WPA2, isn’t considered very secure these days. It badly needs to be upgraded. And that’s going to happen in late 2019 with WPA3. This article explains the problems with WPA2 and how WPA3 will fix them. Excerpt.“If you ask virtually...
Users who have trained themselves on Alexa Skills can now use that same self-training on their iPhones and iPads to access the Alexa ecosystem.
mardi 26 juin 2018, 23:51
AI agents are often identified as the next I/O device, supplanting our traditional keyboards. John thinks the keyboard will actually be around for a long time to come.
He approved the merger without any additional conditions or concerns, and it’s hard to understand how that’s possible.
Andrew Orr wonders how much the AT&T mafia paid him off.
Wired has a good op-ed about how to build healthy technology. It examines our relationship with technology, as well as our technological addiction and dependence. There is no defined category for technology addiction, but psychiatrists have been debating whether internet...
TechCrunch writes about a service called Meru Health, a company that wants to make mental health care more accessible to employees. Meru Health offers an eight-week treatment program for depression, burnout and anxiety. The program, currently led by five licensed therapists, ...
It’s running the discount until the end of June 26 so act fast if you’re in the market for an affordable Mac.
A cool app called World Creator combines gameplay from the popular app 2048 with a SimCity-like building simulator game. Choose various historical personages as your hero, build your city in 2048 style, meanwhile cast unique skills to attack or disturb opponents, crash their ...
Apple released the first macOS Mojave public beta on Tuesday. Mojave is Apple’s latest version of macOS and is expected to ship this fall.
Video and audio manufacturer Optoma is launching a line of sport headphones today, called the NuForce BE Sport4.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to discuss why you may—or may not—want to install iOS 12 public beta, plus the dive into Jeff’s plan to make his own cloud file server with a Raspberry Pi.
We have a deal on Mindbliss, an on-the-go meditation app that uses algorithms to generate meditation sessions. Whether you’re trying to sleep better, decompress, or just start each day with your best foot forward, Mindbliss helps you come back to center with single-sit medita...
Apple’s promised wireless charging case for AirPods will also charge your iPhone, or so claims one report.
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