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mardi 12 mars 2019, 21:25
“Scientists are growing increasingly concerned over the potential health risks of wireless technologies which, they say, national and international regulations ‘fail’ to limit,” Natalie Rahhal reports for The Daily Mail. “Apple’s wireless AirPods, for example, ‘communicate...
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“The most surprising revelation found in Apple’s recent 10-Q and 10-K filings is related to capital expenditures (capex),” Neil Cybart writes for Above Avalon. “For the first time in 16 years, Apple expects its capex to decline during the current fiscal year.” “Declining...
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“Apple is rumored to be working on an Apple News subscription service that would provide access to magazines and paywalled news content for a monthly fee, and hints of that new subscription service have been spotted in macOS Mojave 10.14.4,” Juli Clover reports for...
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“Yesterday Apple officially announced a press event that will take place on March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino HQ to announce the long-awaited streaming video service that will compete with the likes of Netflix, Disney, Hulu, and others as Cook & Co. officially...
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“Tim Cook commented in a recent interview that their impact on health will be ‘Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind.’ While ‘greatest contribution’ doesn’t necessarily mean ‘biggest business,’ it may mean Apple would pursue a path toward improving primary healthcare b...
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“Political figures who support the so-called Green New Deal and other proposals to restrict carbon dioxide emissions are up against some “inconvenient facts” that Americans may access immediately through a smartphone application, a geologist and author says,” Kevin Mooney...
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“Continuing Apple’s penchant for cryptic invitations, the one for the March 25 event is headed ‘It’s show time.’ The invitation isn’t a static image, though, nor is it quite like last October’s event where hundreds of different images were then made into an animation. This...
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“Sprint on Sunday took out a full-page ad in The New York Times to call out AT&T for its ‘5GE’ network labeling, which actually offers 4G speeds rather than 5G speeds,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “In the letter [PDF], Sprint calls AT&T’s 5G Evolution ‘fake 5G’ and...
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“Google should be broken up to restore a level playing field for media companies swamped by its ‘overwhelming’ market power, News Corp has told the competition regulator,” Amanda Meade and Amy Remeikis report for The Guardian. “Rupert Murdoch’s Australian arm has argued in...
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“Twitter’s new prototype application is rolling out to the first group of testers starting today, the company announced this afternoon by way of a tweet,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. “The app, which Twitter is calling “twttr” as a throwback to its original name,...
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lundi 11 mars 2019, 22:40
“A former Apple engineer testified Monday that some of his ideas are at the heart of a contentious intellectual property case, but stopped short of claiming he’s an inventor on a disputed Qualcomm patent,” Richard Nieva reports for CNET. “Arjuna Siva, a former Apple engineer,...
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“President Trump said he purposely condensed the name of Apple CEO Tim Cook as ‘Tim Apple’ as a time-saving measure during a White House meeting and blamed the ‘Fake News’ for making him look bad for it,” Mark Moore reports for The New York Post. “‘At a recent round table...
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“MacRumors last month reported that Roku was in talks with Apple about supporting AirPlay 2, and we’ve since learned that the negotiations are nearly finalized, according to a source familiar with the matter,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “AirPlay 2 integration is...
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Apple today sent out invites for a special media event that will be held on Monday, March 25th. The event will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus starting at 1am PDT / 1pm EDT. The invitation prominently features the tag line: “It’s Show Time,”...
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“There’s a new Mac Pro coming, hopefully as soon as this year. We could see a preview of it as soon as WWDC 2019 in June. But, a preview of… what exactly? That Apple has even been talking about it before any kind of official introduction is unprecedented, but hints aside,...
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“Apple hasn’t totally left old iPad owners behind,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “In addition to still signing the last iOS releases for those devices, you can still download software for them —assuming you know where to look.” “Since the App Store only ever...
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“We run lots of consumer surveys at PCMag, but today’s edition of The Why Axis is the first in a series of countrywide maps we’ll be running each of the next few Mondays to break down tech buying and usage trends across the nation,” Rob Marvin reports for PC Magazine. “We fig...
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“A new rumor suggests the iPad imminently expected will keep a lot of the features of the current one,” David Phelan writes for Forbes. “But I think there’s a possibility which hasn’t yet been considered. If true, it’ll be just tremendous.” “Supplier sources say that...
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“It has been weeks since the slowdown in Apple’s smartphone sales hit the shares of the tech giant’s suppliers,” Alexandra Scaggs reports for Barron’s. “Now it is credit analysts’ turn to adjust their forecasts.” “S&P Ratings predicts that Apple’s iPhone revenue will drop...
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“Within about 30 seconds of starting to use my new MacBook Pro, I noticed something annoying,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “My palm and thumb kept brushing against the large trackpad, both when typing and when using the trackpad.” “This is an annoyance because...
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