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jeudi 31 janvier 2019, 22:41
Apple shipped 14.5 million iPads in the 2018 holiday quarter, a 10% increase on the year before, giving them 26% of the global tablet market.
In 1973 a photo of a Swedish Playboy model was used to create the JPEG image format. Linda Kinstler tracked down Lena Forsen. Among some computer engineers, Lena is a mythic figure, a mononym on par with Woz or Zuck. Whether or not you know her face, you’ve used the...
Apple should fix the group FaceTime bug in iOS 12.1.4 which the company says will appear later this week. If we don’t see it today then that means tomorrow (via Macrumors). [Apple Sued Over Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug] Group FaceTime Bug As was widely reported, the...
The Apple Fifth Avenue store in New York City is set to reopen in the first half of 2019, says management of the company that owns the property. Apple shuttered the Manhattan store in 2017 in order to renovate and increase the size of the store, but it has been unclear...
Host Kelly Guimont talks to Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin about Apple updating Facebook’s frenemy status and iPhone hacking in the UAE.
Dr. Mac’s a sucker for camera apps, especially the ones so cool that his friends and family download them before he finishes his demo. Discover three of his favorites this week in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #312.
Hulu Pause Ads have arrived, but they will be still images instead of a video ad. They will launch in the second quarter of 2019.
Our friends at Stack Commerce have put together a deal for us with Visor, for a basic tax filing that includes one “complication,” specifically stock sales, cryptocurrency-related issues, or self-employment income. Visor pairs you with a dedicated tax professional to guide...
Planned Parenthood has a chatbot called Roo that can answer questions about sex your teens may have. Many teens search for answers online, but the internet is rife with misinformation. As a result, reproductive health organization Planned Parenthood is releasing a chatbot...
PUMA unveiled its first PUMA Fi self-lacing shoes that can be controlled via a smartphone or Apple Watch app.
BBC Sounds will “soon” be getting CarPlay support, according to a senior executive. The app also recently had a record number of listeners.
The Criterion Collection announced that the Criterion Channel will launch April 8 and will be available on Apple TV, iOS, and more.
Joshua Fruhlinger put together a great deep dive into Apple’s job hiring for positions involving streaming video for its service. Apple job listings data tracked over time reveals hiring efforts to build out the company’s “Interactive Media Group” (IMG), which, based on job...
The Ultraviolet DVD service, which let people store purchases movies in the cloud, is shutting down July 31.
Casey Newton wrote a defense of Facebook/attack of Apple, because of the Facebook Research app that got banned. But for all the attention we’re paying to Facebook’s moves here, I hope we spare at least as much for Apple. If Tim Cook can wreak this much havoc on...
John Skipper left ESPN abruptly in December 2017, just days after he announced a contract extension. In March 2018, he revealed he had been had been suffering from substance abuse issues and the victim of an extortion plot. Now he’s well and truly back, with an ambitious...
mercredi 30 janvier 2019, 23:39
TechCrunch writes: “But it’s not just while they’re plugged in that these slapdash [IoT] gadgets are a security risk — even from the garbage can, they can still compromise your network.” Scavengers taking a discarded one apart can discover all kinds of secrets about...
Aside from investors who are accustomed to reaping a profit from their investment, it’s actually good for customers to worry about Apple’s health.
Although Google is more transparent than Facebook about what how the programs work, it’s still in violation of the App Store.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to chat about Apple’s earnings report yesterday and some conjecture about what’s next.
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