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lundi 24 septembre 2018, 18:00
“Maybe you’ve been testing macOS Mojave in beta for months. Maybe you wanted to be surprised with all the new features on launch day. Unless something goes wrong, macOS Mojave will be available September 24 as a free upgrade,” Lory Gil writes for iMore. “Get your Mac ready...
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“Apple Watch Series 4 marks the the first redesign to Apple’s popular wearable,” Andrew O’Hara writes for AppleInsider. “The new display is the first, and most obvious, new feature of the latest watches. This nearly edge-to-edge display is more than 30-percent larger than...
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“It’s probably fair to say that Apple’s first-generation HomePod didn’t exactly revolutionize the smart-speaker industry, which is already dominated by heavyweights like Amazon and Google,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. “In fact, according to Strategy Analytics,...
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“With the iPhone XS, Apple introduced support for bokeh and depth control – allowing users to adjust the depth of field of an image after it has been shot. A report from Macerkopf today explains that Apple also plans to soon let users adjust the depth of field while taking...
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Apple and Salesforce today announced a strategic partnership that brings together the number one customer relationship management platform and iOS, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, enabling powerful new mobile apps for business. Working with Apple,...
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“Satellite radio firm Sirius XM Holdings Inc will buy music streamer Pandora Media Inc in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal, as it seeks to build scale to battle heavyweight streaming rivals Spotify and Apple Music,” Reuters reports. “Sirius XM, controlled by media mogul John...
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dimanche 23 septembre 2018, 07:04
Every other chip maker (not outed as rank amateurs) on the planet just shit their collective pants. David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and founder and CTO at Basecamp, via Twitter: The iPhone XS is faster than an iMac Pro on the Speedometer 2.0 JavaScript ...
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samedi 22 septembre 2018, 18:03
“It was announced with all the fanfare that a delighted developer could muster: Apple, the world’s first trillion-dollar company, the darling of countless smartphone addicts and technology geeks, was to be the anchor tenant of the new-look, redeveloped Battersea Power...
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“Tim Cook sat down more than a year ago to watch Apple Inc.’s first scripted drama, ‘Vital Signs,’ and was troubled by what he saw. The show, a dark, semi-biographical tale of hip hop artist Dr. Dre, featured characters doing lines of cocaine, an extended orgy in a mansion...
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vendredi 21 septembre 2018, 23:32
Bloated gasbag John C. Dvorak has been unceremoniously jettisoned by PC Magazine via email. Yesterday I was fired from PC Magazine under the bogus notion that the columns were put on hiatus and I could call next year. So after 36 years of loyalty I get no phone calls from...
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“Apple Inc’s latest iPhones use components made by Intel Corp, Micron Technology, and Toshiba, among others, according to two firms that cracked open iPhone Xs and Xs Max models,” Reuters reports. “The studies by repair firm iFixit and chip analysis firm TechInsights,...
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“In addition to the big releases of iOS 12 and watchOS 5 this week, Apple’s HomePod smart speaker also saw its first major update, in the form of what Apple now appears to be calling iOS 12 for the HomePod — a change from the prior naming convention of simply listing the...
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“HomePod and I were going through a rough patch,” Leif Johnson writes for Macworld. “It wasn’t a great relationship to begin with, admittedly, but in the beginning there was at least that thrill of attraction; that admiration for the way it could fill a room with ravishing...
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“When Apple introduced the iPhone X last year, it didn’t just release a new phone — it presented a new vision of what iPhones should be. The fact that the X became Apple’s top-selling model quarter after quarter was proof that people were embracing change,” Chris Velazco...
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“The waveform in the Siri interface on Apple Watch Series 4 works differently to how Siri behaves on other devices,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac. “It now animates the waveform in sync with changes in volume, like how Siri on iPhone works. Previous watches were much...
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“It’s been in the pipeline for years: a sprawling, technological mass surveillance network the likes of which the world has never seen,” Peter Dockrill writes for ScienceAlert. “And it’s already been switched on.” “China’s ‘Social Credit System’ – which is expected to be...
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“Last year’s iPhone X had a weird name and the most advanced internals we’d ever seen in a teardown,” iFixit reports. “This year Apple turns it up to eleven with the bafflingly-named iPhone XS and XS Max.” “We notice an extra antenna band has moved in where our left-side...
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“Shoppers queuing up to buy Apple Inc.’s latest smartwatch anywhere but the U.S. face an uncertain wait before they can use the product’s headline-grabbing electrocardiogram feature,” Nate Lanxon reports for Bloomberg. “Only American customers are being told the functiona...
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“The iPhone XS is up to $200 more expensive than last year’s already pricey iPhone X and represents one of the smallest advances in the product line’s history,” Mark Gurman, Stephen Tan, and Nate Lanxon report for Bloomberg. “But that means little to the Apple Inc....
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“Apple isn’t known for its iPhone’s battery capacities — and Huawei wants to help,” Zoey Chong reports for CNET. “The Chinese phone maker took to the streets outside Singapore’s Apple Store to give out power banks to buyers queuing to be one of the first to get Apple’s...
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