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lundi 24 juin 2019, 21:59
A story out of Australia announced that smartphone users are sprouting horns, but don’t believe the hype: this isn’t caused by radiation.
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It could be a political move, a ploy, amidst tariff tensions between the U.S. and China. Or it could be something else. USA Today reports: The U.S. is considering a requirement that next-generation 5G cellular technology for domestic use be made outside of China, the Wall...
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John Kheit is a New York attorney and a regular contributor to The Mac Observer. We share many common interests, including the 4K/UHD/HDR TV revolution, 8K TV and displays, Wi-Fi/5G technologies and the state of Apple. In this special post-WWDC show, we chatted about author...
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Facebook VP Nick Clegg makes the same argument as Sundar Pichai when it comes to Apple. Although he thinks he’s making an argument against Apple, he’s really arguing for Apple. Facebook is free — it’s for everyone. Some other big tech companies make their money by...
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Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss new a new bill regarding user data, and that smartphone skull horn story.
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We have a deal on the AirZeus 3-in-1 Fast Wireless Charging Pad. This device allows you to wirelessly charge your Qi-compatible iPhone, Apple Watch, and earbuds at the same time. It’s $44.99 through our deal.
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Although originally slated for July, Apple decided to release the macOS Catalina public beta today, as well as iOS 13 and iPadOS.
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Elon Musk is no stranger to Twitter controversy. Today he committed another social media faux-pas, The Independent reported. The Tesla and Space X founder tweeted a picture with the slogan Occupy Mars on it…accompanied by a picture of the Moon. As you might imagine, nobody...
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Bill Gates said his “greatest mistake” was not challenging iOS by bringing Microsoft into the mobile space, which cost them $400 billion.
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A 16-inch MacBook Pro is set to land this September, according to analysts, but it is likely going to cost a small fortune.
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Senators Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will introduce the DASHBOARD act so people can know how much their data is worth.
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Beats by Dr. Dre announced the appointment of Chris Thorne, formerly of EA, The Honest. Co and Forward to lead its global marketing efforts.
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Over the weekend Apple shared a video called ‘Cascade’ shot on iPhone XS by Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite in collaboration with WET. The video offers incredibly close-up looks at water in a variety of different environments, showcasing the potential of the iPhone...
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So much Cool Stuff Found, so little time. And Quick Tips? And questions? Topics include controlling your date picker, switching apps faster, getting your storage and backups in order, tweaking autocorrect and much, much more. Oh, and Wi-Fi. Yeah, there’s lots here. Let’s go...
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We expect most places to get hacked now. However, I’d always rather hoped NASA would be able to keep itself safe. Turns out, it can’t. ZDNet reported the space agency was hacked via an unauthorized Raspberry Pi, which connected to the network. In total, 500 MB of data...
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Pixar was determined that Toy Story 4 would feature the voice of Don Rickles. The actor played Mr. Potato Head in previous Tory Story films but passed away in 2017 aged 90. The LA Times spoke with director Josh Cooley, who described how Pixar included late actor’s voice in...
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vendredi 21 juin 2019, 21:32
In the latest magazine issue of Macworld, Michael Simon writes about Apple’s courage to remove the headphone jack. At the iPhone 7 introduction, Apple VP Phil Schiller talked about having the “courage” to make the change, to leave the headphone jack behind. At the time i...
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President Trump added five more Chinese companies to the U.S. blacklist. This means they can’t buy U.S. components.
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An Apple Card leak from an anonymous source to iMore shows the card’s weight, package, and approval. Apple Card Leak After applying for a card, it took about a week for it to arrive. On a scale, the Apple Card weighs 0.52 ounces (14.74 grams). The minimal sleeve that the ca...
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Beth Mole reminds us that scientific studies are more nuanced than a sensationalized news story. The Washington Post wrote about a study showing kids sprouting horns because of bad posture, and phones were to blame. But it’s probably bogus. Perhaps the most striking problems...
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