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vendredi 1 mars 2019, 17:44
“A New York regulator is ramping up a promised investigation of how Facebook Inc. gathered sensitive personal information from popular smartphone applications, after a report by The Wall Street Journal revealed that some apps were sending the social-media giant data,...
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“It is a normal Saturday in Zhengzhou, the capital of central China’s Henan province. The sky over the Foxconn factory complex is obscured with a choking smog,” Cissy Zhou reports for The South China Mornigng Post. “Under the hazy sunset, hordes of workers have started to...
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“Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon are each reportedly working on their own versions of a “Netflix for games,” as the tech giants enter a heated battle to own the subscription business for video games,” Sara Fischer reports for Axios. “Google is planning to unveil its...
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“Apple today expanded its ‘There’s More to iPhone’ marketing campaign to France and the United Kingdom after launching it in Germany late last year,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “A new ‘Why iPhone’ page on Apple’s website in each country highlights reasons why an...
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“How the mighty have fallen,” Joan E. Solsman reports for CNET. “Digital downloads, typified by the 99 cent iTunes tracks that ruled the music industry as recently as four years ago, now make less money for US labels than CDs and vinyl records.” “Downloads represented just...
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“Rumors of a spring launch for Apple’s next-generation AirPods have been coming in over recent weeks, and today a report is claiming we can expect an AirPods 2 announcement as soon as this month, although at this point we’re treating the source with a fair amount of...
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“The 5G hype has already begun, but investors underappreciate the opportunity that it represents for most tech companies. Apple has four initiatives that will materially benefit from 5G: iPhone, augmented reality, healthcare, and autonomous vehicles,” Gene Munster and Will...
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“Apple discontinued the iPhone SE in September when iPhone XS and XR models were released, but in January, Apple started selling off its remaining stock via its clearance site for $249,” Juli Clover writes for MacRumors. “Every time Apple restocks the clearance site,...
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jeudi 28 février 2019, 23:35
“‘This is a security hole large enough to drive a truck through,’ reader Larry Whitted in Lodi, Calif., wrote last week,” Geoffrey A. Fowler reports for The Washington Post. “As a customer of Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile phone service, Whitted says someone was able to hijack...
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“The foldable smartphone era is in full swing with the recent introductions of the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, and while it remains unclear if Apple will follow suit, the company has at least explored ideas related to foldable smartphones in patent applications...
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As part of their “Fix It Already” initiative, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is calling on Apple to let users encrypt their iCloud backups. “Data on your Apple device is encrypted so that no one but you can access it, and that’s great for user privacy,” EF states, “But...
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“It begins seven years ago, when my doctor asks me whether I want to lose my foot. I say to him: No, I do not want to lose my foot. ‘Good,’ he says back: Monitor your blood sugar, keep it down, and we can manage this disease. Then nobody has to lose a foot,” Dan Hon writes...
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“Apple didn’t invent the smartphone, the tablet, the mouse, the CD-ROM, Wi-Fi, laptops, personal computers, or smart watches,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “Apple has always known that being first isn’t what counts, and it certainly knows that about folding...
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“There are two Apple products I was pretty sure weren’t for me. The first was the Apple Watch,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “I now wear one everyday.” “But there seemed no doubt at all that I had no possible reason to want an Apple Pencil,” Lovejoy writes. “I cannot...
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“We’re excited to announce Spectre, our second app for iPhone,” Sebastiaan de With writes via the official halide blog. “Spectre is a computational shutter for iPhone that allows everyone to take brilliant long exposures,” de With explains. “A regular photo captures only a ...
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Apple Inc.’s “management oversees a workforce of 132,000, which has more than doubled in size since Tim Cook took over as CEO from co-founder Steve Jobs in 2011,” Aaron Tilley and Wayne Ma report for The Information. “Nineteen people directly report to Mr. Cook, overseeing...
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Ben Fox Rubin writes for CNET, “While Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant got busy over the past few years creating oodles of new skills and capabilities, Apple’s Siri seemed to be asleep.” MacDailyNews Take: See: According to former employees, Cue ‘seemed to lack much...
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“The HomePod is a squat – less than 7 inches high – unobtrusive speaker that, per Apple, is loaded with technology, including 7 beam-forming tweeters, 6 microphones, an Apple A8 processor, and a upward firing woofer. All reviewers agreed that this technology achieved the...
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Apple is celebrating International Women’s Day throughout March by highlighting the stories and work of female developers, musicians, artists, photographers and entrepreneurs. Apple is also building on its commitment to education with a new partnership with Girls Who Code...
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According to Strategy Analytics Wearable Device Ecosystems (WDE) service, global smartwatch shipments grew an impressive 56 percent annually to reach a record 18 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018. Apple Watch maintained first position with 51 percent global...
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