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lundi 4 mars 2019, 22:50
“Bluebeam has exclusively talked to Architosh about its plans to drop native macOS support for its super popular Revu application. We have the details on the why and for what purpose,” Anthony Frausto-Robledo reports for Architosh. “The good news is: they are doing it for...
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“The flagship Apple Inc. store coming to D.C.’s historic Carnegie Library is expected to open in late spring, according to the building’s owner,” Michael Neibauer reports for The Washington Business Journal. “In responses to D.C. Council performance oversight questions,...
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While consumers are concerned about the privacy and security of their data, yet want a more personalized experience from brands, a new survey of more than 1,000 consumers from SmarterHQ, a leading multichannel behavioral marketing platform, set out to determine which...
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“While rumors surrounding the 7th-generation iPad — non-Pro version, linear successor to the iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad 5, and last year’s iPad 6 — haven’t been as volumenous as your average iPhone, there have been several over the last few...
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“Hot on the heels of USB 3.2 receiving a confusing Gen 2×2 suffix, the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has today announced USB 4, the next version of the ubiquitous connector,” Jon Porter writes for The Verge. “Although the draft specification won’t become official until...
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“Sometimes you have two bars but can’t load any webpages. Sometimes you have four bars, but your friend with a different phone on the same network has only two,” Jason Cross writes for Macworld. “We’ve become reliant on signal bars to tell us how strong our cellular conne...
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“Now in its third year, Adweek’s Arc Awards once again brings you storytelling gems for clients ranging from the U.S. Navy to Skittles,” T.L. Stanley writes for Adweek. “While the arc of these campaigns spans emotion, humor, compassion, politics and societal pain points...
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“It seems that Apple is paving the way to change the Mac’s processor architecture once again. But the last time the shift was focused exclusively to the desktops and laptops,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “This time around it will be far more wide-ranging,...
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“A German teenager who discovered a macOS Keychain security flaw last month has now shared the details with Apple, after having initially refused to hand them over because of the company’s lack of a bug bounty program for the Mac,” Tim Hardwick reports for MacRumors....
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“Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple – or ‘GAFA,’ as they’re known in France – are easy to group together in the European imagination. They’re big, they’re American and they’ve tended to pay relatively little tax, thanks to legal loopholes and a business model...
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“Apple’s push into Hollywood is off to a rough start — thanks in part to ‘intrusive’ tech executives, including Tim Cook, The Post has learned,” Alexandra Steigrad and Nicolas Vega report for The New York Post. “As the company’s streaming project gets ready for launch,...
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“Apple has swooped to take on West End office space from BuzzFeed to ensure it has enough room to expand before a major relocation to Battersea Power Station,” Joanna Bourke reports for The Evening Standard. “In a move that would also give the tech giant some comfort if...
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“The White House on Wednesday is hosting major chief executives who joined a Trump administration advisory board on workforce issues,” David Shepardson reports for Reuters. “Last month, the White House said the chief executives of Apple Inc, Walmart Inc, IBM Corp, Lockheed...
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“Qualcomm Inc on Monday kicks off a patent challenge to Apple Inc, capping off a two-year legal strategy to put pressure on the iPhone maker before a major antitrust lawsuit between the two goes to trial in April,” Stephen Nellis reports for Reuters. “U.S. District Judge...
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dimanche 3 mars 2019, 19:24
“I walked into a couple of Apple stores to learn whether its salespeople really are incentivized to push certain products or services,” Chris Matyszczyk reports for ZDNet. “None would admit to any sort of commission payments.” “I did, though, receive word from former Apple...
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samedi 2 mars 2019, 17:44
“Laurene Powell Jobs, billionaire philanthropist and wife of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, on Friday said she is willing to sink more money into journalistic endeavors in an effort to protect democracy,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. “Speaking to Recode‘s Kara...
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“You may not use Siri, Apple’s voice and digital assistant, but, like an eager-to-please deputy, Siri is paying attention to your habits and busily creating shortcuts in the background that it thinks could make your life easier, or at least a little more automated,” Lance...
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vendredi 1 mars 2019, 23:39
A Richmond man was sentenced today to almost three years in prison for charges of unauthorized access to a protected computer and aggravated identity theft. According to court documents, Christopher Brannan, 31, intentionally accessed without authorization Internet and email ...
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“Apple started as a hardware company. Its first product was a kit: a box of hardware that customers had to assemble on their own. There was no software included,” Joshua Fruhlinger writes for Thinknum. “That, again, was up to the customer.” “But what eventually differentiated...
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“Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he has ‘never been more optimistic’ about where the company is today and where it’s heading,” Mark Gurman reports for Bloomberg News. “In a pep talk to investors, Cook said the iPhone maker is ‘planting seeds’ and ‘rolling...
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