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vendredi 8 mars 2019, 16:24
Facebook shut down 168 pages, accounts, Groups, Pages, and Instagram accounts in the UK and Romania engaging in “inauthentic behavior.”
Spotify, Google, Pandora, and Amazon are joining forces to appeal a ruling by the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board that would increase payouts to songwriters by 44%. Can’t have the people producing music for your service making more money. But Apple isn’t joining the appeal, whic...
PC Magazine writes: Google is urging Chrome users [Mac, Windows, Linux] to update the web browser right away to patch a zero-day vulnerability that is being actively exploited. In a Tuesday tweet, Google Chrome Security and Desktop Engineering Lead Justin Schuh said users...
jeudi 7 mars 2019, 22:32
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T-Mobile will start testing an LTE Home Internet service soon, and will also offer 5G Home Internet once it’s rolled out. Home broadband is one of the most un-competitive industries in existence. The New T-Mobile & 5G can and will change all that. And we’ve already got...
Apple’s much speculated upon VR headset looks evermore likely thanks to a couple of recent patents. Whatismore, it could come with a motorized headband. Cult of Mac noticed that Apple has applied for a patent for a motorized adjustment system. It also filed a patent for a...
Iranian hackers attacked hundreds of global firms over the last two years. Those targeted included Microsoft. The Wall Street Journal reported that Microsoft traced the attack against it to a group called Holmium. It had been tracking the group for 4 years. At the time of...
A pirate copy of Aquaman circulating among torrent sites could suggest that iTunes DRM has been broken, and tvOS could be to blame.
Science Friday host Ira Flatow revealed Thursday that the Apple Watch had “saved” his brother. The device alerted Mr. Flatow’s sibling that he had a very high resting heartbeat. It told him to go to the hospital, where doctors...
A startling investigation by NBC 7 journalists reveals how the U.S. government tracks journalists through use of a database. Documents obtained by NBC 7 Investigates show the U.S. government created a secret database of activists, journalists, and social media influencers...
AT&T has integrated DIRECTV with Apple TV. Users can now discover content on the service via the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.
Mac Geek Gab Stephan shared a neat tip with us. As it turns out, you can use the arrow keys in Mac Messages like you can in Terminal.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Facebook’s latest “privacy” stance and a new interview with Guy Kawasaki. Plus Kelly completely forgets about PayPal.
Popular fitness app Nike+ Run Club has added the ability to create Custom Challenges alongside those already set in the app.
Dr. Mac demonstrates how he enjoys having his Mac and iOS devices read almost anything to him without spending a penny.
Paige Leskin’s article about location tracking is a bit misleading. She mentions that Apple keeps a detailed location list of every place you’ve visited. Which is false, because Apple doesn’t know anything about your location. Your iPhone does though, but that data doesn’t...
Apple has ordered a straight-to-series CIA drama based on an upcoming memoir by Amaryllis Fox. It will star Brie Larson.
President Trump called Apple’s CEO “Tim Apple” during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board.
Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook to be your “digital living room” where you can privately share your thoughts, messages, and photos of your kids that the company will use for advertising purposes. Which was a topic left out of his essay on his new “privacy-focused vision.” I...
Over at Forbes, Alejandro Cremades provides an updated thumbnail of Guy Kawasaki, the former Apple star evangelist. Included are three counter-intuitive principles Kawasaki learned from Steve Jobs, Guy’s list of the only three true visionaries in the history of American...
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