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vendredi 21 juin 2019, 20:36
A Florida appeals court sided with Matthew Pollard, a defendant who refused to give police his iPhone passcode (via Orlando Weekly). Passcodes Matthew Pollard was charged in an armed robbery of two victims who thought they were buying drugs. Mr. Pollard was accused of...
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Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to talk about salting passwords and Andrew and Kelly’s first day playing Wizards Unite.
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Developers will be able to take advantage of new Apple Pencil latency upgrades announced at WWDC19 (via Macrumors). Latency Improvements During WWDC19 Craig Federighi announced that in iPadOS, they were able to cut the latency of the Apple Pencil from 20ms down to 9ms....
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It’s been presumed that future Macs using A-series CPUs would, via hardware and software magic, maintain Intel X86 compatibility. Maybe not.
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If you haven’t looked at GarageBand lately, you might want to check it out. Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus thinks you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how mature and usable it’s become and how much fun it is to use.
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We have a deal on the GameBud, a retro-inspired handheld gaming device with 400 pre-loaded classic 8-bit games. You can play up to three hours on a single charge, and you can play games on your own TV via the TV-out port and included AV cable. The GameBud if $29.99 through...
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Apple has released a list of the third-party software that it has used to make and run iCloud. The software itself ranges from fonts used in the service to functions such as Javascript libraries, including Google’s Closure Library and the jQuery Foundation’s separate one....
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In her latest New York Times column, Kara Swisher reflects on last week’s Code conference. She says tech leaders had not taken on-board Tim Cook’s call that they take responsibility for the chaos their products cause. Consider a wide-ranging interview I did during the Code...
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Remember when Apple and Qualcomm were at each other’s throats? Well, they aren’t anymore, but their legal battle has ongoing ramifications. 9to5 Mac reported that the chipmaker used internal Apple documents in its current case with the Federal Trade Commission. Included in...
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Steve Jobs’s style of management was a hot topic both during his life and remained so after his death. An interesting article on Thrive Global from earlier this month wondered whether or not the Apple founder emotional intelligence. He certainly found a way to motivate and...
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xSocialMedia, a marketing agency on Facebook that runs campaigns for medical malpractice lawsuits, has leaked medical and other data for about 150,000 people. vpnMentor notes that xSocialMedia might not be subject to HIPAA compliance because patients are free to disclose...
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Foxconn founder Terry Gou urged Apple to move some of its production chain from China to Taiwan as trade tensions increase.
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Google has canceled forthcoming tablet products an executive confirmed, with the company no longer trying to challenge the iPad.
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Previously, Apple updated the firmware for the AirPort Extreme. Now, the older, 802.11n, AirPort Base Station and its siblings have also been updated. Firmware update 7.8.1 improves the security of your base station and is recommended for all Apple 802.11n Wi-Fi base...
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Gizmodo writes: …if you really want a reminder of just how dumb everything is in 2019, check out this video from GE, which recently went viral on Twitter. GE even had the audacity to call it a “smart” light bulb. A video from GE demonstrates some really bad design...
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jeudi 20 juin 2019, 21:00
Jamf, a company that makes software exclusively to Mac products, commissioned a survey that found enterprise Mac users felt more productive after switching from Windows. I think my claim of “bias” is pretty obvious. This totally won’t help Jamf sell more enterprise...
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Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to talk about how Disney+ has cornered TV+, and about Apple’s tariff stance.
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Chris Lattner, creator of Apple’s Swift programming language, does a podcast interview with John Sundell. Chris Lattner, creator of Swift, joins John on this 50th episode of the show — to discuss the current state of Swift and how it came to be, as well as to speculate...
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We have a deal on a lifetime subscription to Mondly, the language-learning platform. Mondly uses speech recognition and only gives positive feedback if you speak clearly and correctly. You can choose 5 of 33 languages to learn in your own native tongue. Stack Commerce has...
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Andrew recently stumbled upon this sweet password trick from Password Bits, and he’s geeking out over the sheer genius of it.
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