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jeudi 7 février 2019, 19:13
“In Steven Soderbergh’s latest feat of fast-paced film production, High Flying Bird, which will launch on Netflix this Friday, a renegade agent tries to end an NBA lockout by destabilizing the sport’s financial structure,” Ben Lindbergh reports for The Ringer. “High...
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“Apple takes privacy very seriously,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “It takes its leadership in that care seriously, and getting rid of the voluntary “Do Not Track” setting in its Safari browser is the right decision.” “Apple introduced support for Do Not Track (DNT) ...
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“Think of Plex as ‘iTunes, but for everything you didn’t buy from Apple,'” Nathan Alderman writes for iMore. “With a Plex media server and apps on your computers, iOS devices, and Apple TV, you can store and stream your collection of non-DRM movies, TV, music, and more to...
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“Many major companies, like Air Canada, Hollister and Expedia, are recording every tap and swipe you make on their iPhone apps,” Zack Whittaker reports for TechCrunch. “In most cases you won’t even realize it. And they don’t need to ask for permission.” “TechCrunch has...
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“From outside Apple, new retail chief Deirdre O’Brien appears to have been a low-profile executive,” William Gallagher reports for AppleInsider. “But, she’s spent three decades at the center of Apple’s operations, personnel and sales.” “Officially, Angela Ahrendts remains...
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“For years, Twitter has been asking investors to judge the company by looking at user growth for its daily active users,” Kurt Wagner reports for Recode. “The problem? Twitter never shared how many daily active users it actually had, which made the year-over-year growth hard...
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“Apple has filed for a patent for a ‘system and method for vehicle authorization’ that would allow you to summon a vehicle and unlock it with your iPhone,” Dennis Sellers reports for Apple World Today. “In the patent filing, Apple notes that vehicles may be accessed and...
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“Apple Inc has moved its modem chip engineering effort into its in-house hardware technology group from its supply chain unit, two people familiar with the move told Reuters, a sign the tech company is looking to develop a key component of its iPhones after years of buying...
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“Amid a decline in adoption by websites, Apple has revealed that it will remove support for ‘Do Not Track’ in Safari 12.1,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “As detailed in a blog post from DuckDuckGo, Do Not Track’s mission of helping users avoid having their activity tr...
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“The surprise departure of Apple’s retail chief, Angela Ahrendts, leaves two questions. Why did she leave? And had she done a good job? Investors can’t know the answer to either,” Robert Cyran writes for Reuters Breakingviews. “The $821 billion smartphone maker has a...
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mercredi 6 février 2019, 23:47
“A Sydney dad has accused Apple of ‘stupidity’ after he claimed a staff member in one of its stores made it so difficult to pay he was forced to walk out and buy the exact same product at JB Hi-Fi instead,” news.com.au reports. “That was despite the fact he was ready and will...
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“Flickr, the legacy online photo sharing site, was set to start deleting members’ photos Tuesday, but it announced a deadline extension to March 12,” Jefferson Graham reports for USA Today. “Anyone with over 1,000 photos would have to pay $50 for unlimited storage, and that...
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“Apple is ‘going on the offensive’ against Fundamental Innovation Systems International (FISI), a USB charging patent holder, and suspected patent troll, according to a Scribd report,” Dennis Sellers reports for Apple World Today. “In a complaint for declaratory judgment of...
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“Apple has reclaimed the title of most valuable public company in the world,” Lauren Feiner reports for CNBC. “The company surpassed Microsoft and Amazon Wednesday with a market capitalization of $821.59 billion,” Feiner reports. “Microsoft ended the trading day with a...
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“When Angela Ahrendts steps down from Apple as senior Vice President, Retail, in April 2019, she will have completed five years at the helm of all of the company’s stores —both physical and online,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “While Apple does also earn...
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“After a brutal third quarter, Apple suppliers like Skyworks Solutions and Qorvo are up — a lot,” Al Root reports for Barron’s. “The case is getting clearer that the worst of the iPhone sales decline is over.” “Skyworks and Qorvo dropped 26% and 21%, respectively, in the fo...
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“I have two MacBook Airs, one for personal use and one supplied by my work. I have an iPhone that I nicknamed ‘tech appendage.’ My husband and I have a shared iPad 2 that I use at the gym and that we rely on to keep our 1-year-old daughter happy on flights and long car...
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“Disney’s soon-to-launch streaming service and Netflix competitor, known as Disney+, will include non-Disney programming at launch, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed in a call with investors following Disney’s earnings on Tuesday,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. “Last...
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“Following the surprise press release yesterday from Apple that retail head Angela Ahrendts is abruptly leaving the company in April, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a company-wide email regarding Ahrendt’s departure and the subsequent additional role that Apple’s HR chief Deirdre...
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“President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday covered a wide range of issues, from the economy to criminal justice and immigration to drug prices,” Monica Nickelsburg reports for GeekWire. “But he rarely referenced the tech industry despite a series of high-p...
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