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jeudi 25 octobre 2018, 23:48
With the new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, using Portrait mode, you can invoke Depth Control to change the depth of field after the photo is taken. John shows us how.
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Check out this cool device we’re featuring in our deal of the day, the Rigiet Smartphone Gimbal. It’s a stabilizing video stick that let’s you take smooth videos, even on the go. It features a built-in control panel that lets you quickly zoom and switch between photo/video...
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When Google’s AlphaGo system beat Chinese players at the game twice, this set off a sort of AI cold war between China and the United States. On October 18, 2017, China’s president, Xi Jinping, stood in front of 2,300 of his fellow party members, flanked by enormous red...
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Ms. Kern is a former executive editor of New York Magazine. Working with her team, they hand pick the top stories of the day to feature in the Apple News app.
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Here’s how you can see and manage the passwords saved in the Keychain on your iPhone and iPad in iOS 12.
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John Martellaro and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on what to expect from news of potential improvements in fiber optic data speeds, plus they share tips on making the repair process for Apple products smoother and less stressful.
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Sean Captain writes about a report that shows how the government is increasingly outsourcing surveillance to Silicon Valley companies. While Amazon plays the leading role, the report also details the involvement of companies including Peter Thiel’s Palantir, NEC, and...
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Certain Apple retail stores will host an October 30 live stream. Apple is having a special event that day, and you can sign up to watch it.
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U.S. intelligence agencies discovered that Russia and China are spying on conversations President Trump has on his insecure iPhone. Mr. Trump’s aides have repeatedly warned him that his cellphone calls are not secure, and they have told him that Russian spies are routinely ...
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Apple has blocked GrayKey, an iPhone hacking device used by law enforcement. The company designed iOS 12 with protection against it.
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The iPhone and iPad version of the VPN app TunnelBear got an update this week that adds in support for autofilling passwords from RememBear, plus a new button for adding TunnelBear to Siri for voice control. Tapping the button creates a Siri Shortcut to connect to the last...
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Apple made 370 versions of its logo for next week’s “There’s More in the Making” media event. We’ve already seen collections of them on Twitter, but now you can check them out in high resolution because MacRumors collected them all in one place. This looks like a great opport...
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Apple pushed out an update for its Apple TV Events app for next week’s “There’s more in the making” media event.
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I’ve written about Volocopter before. Now, progress is being made, and it’ll be undergoing autonomous trials in Singapore next year. The expectation, according to engadget, “If the Singapore tests go well, the technology progresses as planned and the company can get...
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We commonly encounter URLs, in blue, in iOS, either in Mail or Safari. John shows us that there are actually, in most cases, three ways to touch that URL and get different results.
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In the wake of Apple’s $12 million fine from Italian regulators, Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet ask if the company learned any lessons from Throttlegate. They also update their plans for the show, discuss increasing rumors that Apple’s video content will be free, and offer a...
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mercredi 24 octobre 2018, 22:22
We have a deal on the DualStream S1 Bluetooth Audio Transmitter. This device takes one audio source—like your TV—and streams it to two different Bluetooth speakers or headphones at the same time. It’s $34.99 through our deal, but Coupon code “BOO15” at checkout will get ...
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Dr. Mac says CleanMyMac X is the first Mac “cleaner” app he likes using, and says he runs it full-time on his daily driver. Find out why in this week’s Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #302.
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Italy just slapped Apple with a €10.7 million fine (about US$12.27 million) for anti-trust violations stemming from the software fix for iPhones crashing because of worn out batteries, also known as “throttlegate.” Reuters summed up Italy’s reasoning for the fine saying,...
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Google will start showing privacy controls on its search page, instead of forcing users to navigate their My Activity page. Google calls the new feature Your Data, and has experimented with offering information about data privacy in different formats like video,...
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