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samedi 2 février 2019, 18:13
“John Gruber of Daring Fireball fame has made some astonishing claims on an episode of The Talk Show,” Paul Morris reports for RedmondPie. “The well-placed tech writer and Apple commentator has suggested that Apple sells its 4K Apple TV at cost and that the company actually m...
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“If you’re running iOS 12.1 or later on your iPhone, then the iOS 12.1.4 patch that’s coming next week is a must-have because it patches what the worst iOS bug to hit iPhone and iPad users to date,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “According to Apple, this patch...
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vendredi 1 février 2019, 23:34
“Apple is seeing improved iPhone sales in China following some recent price cuts on the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, and older models that were introduced earlier in January, reports Chinese site Feng,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “Apple dropped iPhone prices for...
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“An Indiana middle schooler was busted for telling Siri he planned to open fire on a school — prompting the digital assistant to suggest possible ones nearby, police said in reports Friday,” Natalie O’Neill reports for The New York Post. “The unnamed 13-year-old boy is...
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“Just as the biggest problem with a car is often the nut holding the wheel, many IT support issues are down to the user rather than the equipment,” Ian Barker writes for BetaNews. “UK-based support company Probrand has compiled a list of some of the oddest support calls it...
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“Foxconn says it’s moving forward with the construction of its Wisconsin facility after talks with White House, according to a statement released Friday, but isn’t clarifying what kind of jobs will be housed at the $10 billion plant,” Sara Salinas reports for CNBC. “Earlier...
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“Apple finally stood up to Facebook and Google on matters of privacy, and it made a powerful point about the influence it wields in mobile,” Sara Salinas reports for CNBC. “Apple this week revoked the enterprise developer licenses of Facebook and Google, temporarily...
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“The Russian security services could soon have access to the personal data of thousands of Apple users in Russia, following the tech giant’s decision to comply with Russian law and store user data on servers in the country,” Amy MacKinnon reports for Foreign Policy....
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“If you re-read the first few chapters of The Innovator’s Dilemma and you insert ‘Apple’ every time Clayton Christensen mentions ‘a company,’ a certain picture emerges: Apple is a company on the verge of being disrupted, and the next great idea in tech and consumer...
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“Google and Facebook employees can once again use private iOS apps after Apple reinstated the necessary enterprise certificates,” Liam Tung reports for ZDNet. “[Apple] yesterday had yanked the certificates from both companies for misusing them to distribute data-gathering iOS...
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“The ongoing tension between Apple and Facebook flared again this week, causing a dramatic hubbub in the tech industry. I’d argue it was a nothing burger,” Kara Swisher writes for The New York Times. “Not because it was unimportant, but because it’s clear that despite...
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“Job growth in January shattered expectations, with nonfarm payrolls surging by 304,000 despite a partial government shutdown that was the longest in history, the Labor Department reported Friday,” Jeff Cox reports for CNBC. “The unemployment rate ticked higher to 4 percent,...
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“Apple has apologised over a major FaceTime bug that let people listen in on others’ iPhones,” Andrew Griffin reports for The Independent. “A fix has now been developed and will be with users next week, it said.” An Apple spokesperson told The Independent: We have fixed the...
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“When hackers breached companies like Dropbox and LinkedIn in recent years—stealing 71 million and 117 million passwords, respectively—they at least had the decency to exploit those stolen credentials in secret, or sell them for thousands of dollars on the dark web,”...
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During Heart Month, Apple will offer an Activity Challenge on Apple Watch and heart health events in Apple Stores in San Francisco, Chicago and New York to educate consumers on their heart health and encourage them to get active and live a better day. “Cardiovascular...
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“If you’re wondering how good your next phone’s camera is going to be, it’d be wise to pay attention to what the manufacturer has to say about AI,” Sam Byford reports for The Verge. “Beyond the hype and bluster, the technology has enabled staggering advances in...
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“Apple has now shut down Google’s ability to distribute its internal iOS apps, following a similar shutdown that was issued to Facebook earlier this week,” Tom Warren reports for The Verge. “A person familiar with the situation tells The Verge that early versions of Google...
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jeudi 31 janvier 2019, 23:15
“Montréal-based law firm Lambert Avocat Inc. has applied for a class action lawsuit against Apple with the Superior Court of Québec, seeking compensation for all persons exposed to a major FaceTime privacy bug that enabled users to eavesdrop on the people they call,...
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“Qualcomm Inc. is escalating its patent fight with Apple Inc. by asking a Munich court to fine the company for insufficient compliance with a ban on the sale of iPhones in Germany obtained days before Christmas,” Karin Matussek reports for Bloomberg. “The chipmaker on...
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The latest research from Strategy Analytics showed that several major vendors had very happy holidays in 2018, even as global tablet market shipments contracted 1% in Q4 2018 and ended the year 6% lower at 173.8 million units. Eric Smith, Director – Connected Computing...
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