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Monday July 20

09:00
Apple Watch helps make navigating a new city easy...

Nothing says “I’m a tourist,” or worse, “Mug me, I’m not paying attention” like staring at a map on your phone. Apple Watch lets me avoid that scenario and still navigate someplace new.

I spent this past weekend in New York City, visiting family. My wife, my kids and I visit every summer, and we're getting to know our way around (Espresso 77 is a favorite stop in Queens). Still, it's a massive city and I've often depended on my iPhone for walking directions. As I explained above, that's good and bad.

It's very nice to have what amounts to a pocket-sized GPS receiver at hand. With a few taps, I've got a route to our destination. That's great, but I dislike holding my phone and staring at it while in unfamiliar and often very crowded neighborhoods. This is where the Apple Watch is a shining star.

Last Saturday, we had to walk from Times Square to the foot of Central Park. It's pretty much a straight shot, but I...

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09:00
Apple Watch tops original iPhone, iPod in customer...

Wristly has shared data which demonstrates that 97% of Apple Watch customers are satisfied with the device, in comparison to 92% of original iPhone owners and 91% of those who owned an original iPad.

Wristly is a research firm intent on gathering the "unique native insights" gleaned from using an Apple Watch. The group gathers volunteers and routinely asks them questions pertaining to the device. 800 subjects took part in the group's Apple Watch satisfaction survey.

This is unofficial research, of course, but interesting none the less.

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08:22
“Shrinkage” problem lands Apple in legal hot water...


A federal judge has ruled that Apple must defend a class-action trial, to begin in January, representing thousands of Apple store workers. The employees claim they had to spend as much as 20 minutes off the clock having their bags searched to combat employee theft—known as "shrinkage"—every time they left the premises.
According to US District Judge William Alsup's ruling: (PDF)
In stores where searches were performed by the manager on duty, some employees say they had to scour the store to find a manager and wait until that manager finished with other duties, such as assisting a customer. Where searches were performed by a security guard, some employees had to wait until a security guard became available. Some employees sometimes had to wait in line. Employee estimates of the duration of the whole process, including both searches and wait...

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08:13
Analysts bullish ahead of Apple's Q3 results,...

Analyst sentiment is generally high ahead of Apple's third-quarter earnings announcement -- due on Tuesday -- calling for numbers that could beat both official guidance as well as Wall Street consensus, mostly on the strength of iPhone sales that could near or top 50 million.

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08:09
Spotify challenges Apple Music's superior...

Apple Music has garnered some decidedly mixed reviews, but one thing every critic can agree on: The streaming service’s daily recommendations of human-curated playlists are undeniably awesome.
But not so fast, says Spotify. The top streaming service is now using algorithms to serve up a personalized playlist, Discover Weekly, to prove it knows you at least as well as Apple Music—and maybe better.
I put my Spotify membership on hold to give Apple Music’s free three-month trial a shot, but I still haven’t decided which service deserves my allegiance. I love Apple Music’s playlists, especially the constantly changing ones it recommends to me in the app’s For You tab. Spotify understands that it’s not enough to offer the same...

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08:00
Calling all artists: The 7th annual Pogo Art Contest...

Since 2009, Ten One Design has held the Pogo Art Contest. No, it has nothing to do with the classic comic strip, but has everything to do with Ten One's Pogo line of iPhone and iPad styluses. The art contest is now open for entries, and digital artists have until August 31 to submit their works. 

The judged competition is free to enter and is sponsored by the developers of a number of the apps used to draw and paint the works of art: Corel Painter 2015, ArtRage, Procreate,...

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07:46
Apple Watch Still Waiting On App Developers

An anonymous reader writes: It's been almost three months since the Apple Watch launched, and the tiny device hasn't taken people's wrists by storm. That's not to say it's a failure — experts estimate Apple has sold between three and five million of them, and we may get more detailed sales information during their earnings call, tomorrow. But many major app developers are still missing from the Watch's catalog, and Apple doesn't have a good way of roping them into the new section of its ecosystem. "I don't know if we could get it all in there in a way that feels good and works well," said a Facebook executive. "Why would you look at a small picture when you can look at a large one on your phone?" said Snapchat's CEO. The app rush that hit phones and tablets is dampened for the Watch. For now, all Apple can do is improve their development toolkit and hope coders can figure out useful new wrist-based interactions.
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07:40
Apple adds to Seattle office footprint with new...

Apple has signed a lease for the 44th and 45th floors of a Seattle office tower at Two Union Square, expanding its corporate footprint in a city largely dominated by companies like Amazon and Microsoft, a report said on Monday.

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07:19
Apple fights former sapphire provider in bankruptcy...


In May, a fire broke out in one of the factories once used by GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT), an erstwhile supplier of sapphire to Apple that is currently in the throes of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In July, GTAT reported that damage to its sapphire furnaces housed at the facility "appears highly unlikely” and that the residue on "crystal growing equipment" would have "no likely effect on operability.”
Still, that fire is causing consternation from GTAT's biggest antagonist in its bankruptcy proceedings—Apple. The smartphone maker told the US Bankruptcy Court of New Hampshire last week that it objected to a financing plan (PDF) from the bankrupt sapphire supplier, saying that details involving GTAT's insurance company could derail the settlement between Apple and its former Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).
Under GTAT's current financing plan, it must be...

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07:00
"Amazing Apps"

Apple's third entry into ads tagged with the line "If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone" has debuted on TV, and this one -- titled "Amazing Apps" -- demonstrates the power of the iOS app ecosystem. 

Highlighting some of the 1.5 million apps now available on the App Store, the 30-second spot uses the key colors of apps to create a rainbow-colored circle, then zooms into apps including Star Walk, Lara Croft: Relic Run, and one of my personal favorites, Monument Valley.


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06:51
Why you want the new iPod touch

Some pretty good reasons there.∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:35
At 97%, Apple Watch customer satisfaction outpaces...

The vast majority of Apple Watch owners are very happy with the new wearable, survey data indicates, with overall customer satisfaction rising above the levels recorded for the iPhone and iPad at the same point in their lives.

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06:30
Apple to hold quarterly conference call on Tuesday,...



Come tomorrow, we shall be reporting on Apple’s quarterly conference call.
The company announced that it will be broadcasting its quarterly conference call with analysts for Tuesday, July 21st, at 5:00 PM EDT, 2:00 PM PDT.

The most recent worry had been that China’s economy had put selling pressure on Apple’s stock as investors worries that the Chinese market, which is currently Apple’s biggest market, might stop buying iPhones. Those concerns have eased, however, as some Wall Street analysts have issued reports saying demand for iPhone remains strong in the country.
Interestingly, Apple has said that it won’t be releasing official sales...

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06:15
KGI Securities makes predictions as to upcoming...



The amazing-and-pretty-reliable Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is making predictions again, this time regard upcoming Apple sale numbers, product colors and features.
In a new note released to investors, Kuo expects iPhone shipments to fall in the current quarter as anticipation builds for the next-gen iPhone, dubbed the “iPhone 6s”. Kuo has stated that yields for the Force Touch input have been low, which may constrict the device’s availability at first. Kuo also predicted new materials for Apple Watch casings and that Apple will launch new Apple Watch Sport color options to match the new iPhone.

The current...

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06:15
iPhone rules the mobile podcast world

Image via Clammr "Future of Podcasting" survey

A report from Clammr today shows a remarkable statistic: 82 percent of all mobile podcast listening is done on iPhone, with most listeners using Apple's default Podcast app. Clammr is a platform used by podcasters to create short audio snippets of shows that can be sent out via social media.

The report shows that fragmentation and lack of a podcast directory is limiting podcasting growth on the Android platform, while Apple's vertically integrated combination of hardware (the iPhone), the App Store, iTunes, and the Podcast app make it simple for iPhone users to discover and enjoy podcasts.

What's remarkable is that most iPhone podcast listeners choose to use the Podcast app despite having a...

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05:17
More than 80% of mobile podcast listeners use Apple...

Amid a surge in podcasting popularity, new data suggests that Apple continues to dominate the online broadcasting industry it helped create, with more than 8 out of every 10 podcast listeners using the company's iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to tune in.

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04:00
Analyst estimates for Apple Watch sales all over the...


Since its launch, Apple Watch sales estimates have either shown it as doing incredibly well, or that it’s doomed to failure. Tim Cook hasn’t announced any figures yet, and may not even report them during tomorrow’s quarterly earnings call. But that won’t stop analysts guessing. If recent “estimates” are anything to go by, the financial wizards in charge of looking in to these numbers have no idea what’s going on. Estimates are all over the place…...

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04:00
Freemium Field Test: Disney Dodo Pop is good-natured...

Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recent free-to-play iOS game, put it through its paces, and let you know if it’s really worth your time (and money).
Clearing the numbered balls means including them in a like-colored jumble of at least that many. This one’s tricky.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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04:00
The Emperor Is Naked and We're All Idiots


An old fable keeps running through my mind about the scam artist who convinced an emperor that he had created clothing only smart people could see. Everyone says they see the clothing because they don't want to look stupid. Granted, I'm thinking that walking around in clothing stupid people can't see doesn't sound that enticing, but that was clearly a different time. In the end, one child finally bursts out that the top guy in the state is a naked idiot. Recently, it has seemed clear to me that the folks reporting the news think we are idiots.

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03:28
Sketchy Chinese report claims iPhone 6s will drop 16...


MIC Gadget is claiming that retail versions of the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus do not come in 16 GB variants. Instead, the report suggests that the new iPhone will start at 32 GB, with 64 GB and 128 GB available as the higher tier options.
The report is based around sources within Foxconn that have supposedly seen product packaging. Apparently, stickers for a 16 GB phone simply do not exist.

Today we want to say goodbye to the 16GB’s iPhone. Some Foxconn insiders confirmed that new iPhone 6s (and we think all “future iPhone” like iPhone 7) will have 32GB and...

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02:36
External Link: Details on OS X 10.11 El Capitan’s...

Over at Macworld, Glenn Fleishman offers details on the new System Integrity Protection (SIP) feature in OS X 10.11 El Capitan. The good news is that SIP will make it tough for malware to take hold on your Mac. The bad news is that it will cripple many power-user utilities, such as SuperDuper, Default Folder, and TotalFinder; however, you will be able to disable SIP. Also, users will no longer be able to repair disk permission manually in 10.11 — rather, the system will do it automatically whenever a system update is installed. Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take...

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02:24
Gene Munster predicts 3 million Apple Watch sales,...

 

With earnings coming tomorrow, analysts are focusing on Apple Watch reception as it will be the first time Watch sales are included in Apple’s financial results. Apple won’t be reporting Apple Watch sales numbers but that doesn’t stop investors from guessing the figure. In a note, Gene Munster says that Apple has sold 3 million units in the quarter. This is slightly below KGI’s estimate which quoted 3.9 million Apple Watch device sales.
Munster says talks with investors have shown general disappointment and concern about the ‘long-term opportunity’ for the Apple Watch. In the short term, he believes supply constraints and lack of availability in Apple retail stores have limited early...

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Sunday July 19

18:14
CrashPlan 4.3

Introduces per-user installations for computers that have multiple users. (Free with a 30-day trial of online backup service, 55.9 MB) Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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16:15
Apple spotlights 'amazing apps' in latest...

As part of Apple's new iPhone ad blitz, the company on Sunday released a 30-second spot highlighting user access to the iOS App Store and its more than 1.5 million titles, reminding consumers that "If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone."

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14:41
Apple debuts new “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an...

Apple, just a week and a half after initially introducing its new ad campaign, has today shared another new iPhone ad. The video advertisement is part of the “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” campaign and focuses on the App Store that comes along with owning an iPhone. In the ad, Apple touts that there are more than 1.5 million apps available for iPhone, all of which are “hand-picked, awe-inspiring, and just plain surprising.”

Last week, Apple unveiled a duo of new ads and introduced the “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” tagline. Last week’s ads were entitled “Hardware & Software” and “Love.” The former focused on how Apple is responsible for both the hardware and software features...

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13:49
How to choose between a new iPod touch and an iPad...

Apple's new iPod touch --?which packs the same A8 chip found in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus --?is an exceptionally compelling product, and one that could force prospective iPad mini buyers to think twice about their decision. AppleInsider compares and contrasts Apple's best iPod and smallest iPad.

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13:31
The Logic Pros: How to use MIDI hardware...


In this week’s episode of The Logic Pros, we are taking a look at how Logic handles external MIDI-based instruments in the real world. It really doesn’t get any easier than loading up your favorite soft-synth, but that doesn’t mean they are as fun or inspiring as the real thing. LPX has a handy feature that makes it so many of the most popular and sought-after external synths/MIDI-instruments can integrate just as smoothly:

Ok, so we have an external synthesizer or instrument, but how do we get it to work with our Logic studio without the need for multiple tracks? The goal here is to integrate our external...

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09:58
Drones hindered firefighting efforts in California

The aerial firefighters deployed to put out a large wildfire in San Bernardino County on Friday were forced to jettison their loads and ultimately land their planes and helicopters. Why? Because a handful of drone owners thought it would be a great i...

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09:35
Review: Should you buy Apple’s 6th Generation iPod...


Today we’re taking a look at Apple’s 6th generation iPod touch for 2015 and determining whether or not it’s worth the money. It’s been a while since the iPod touch has been refreshed and even though it’s a minor one, this time around it brings along some important changes. If you’ve had Apple’s iPod touch on your must-have gadget list, there are a few things you need to know…

The packaging is exactly the same and you won’t find much inside, but getting into the box, we have the 6th generation iPod touch front and center. Lifting the...

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08:43
Apple Patents Bank Account Balance Snooping Tech

An anonymous reader writes: Apple's latest patent filings shows that the company is looking into displaying advertising based on your available bank balance. If Apple moves forward with this type of technology it would be a complete 360 on its previous direction to not monetize everything they know about customers. Tim Cook has even said multiple times that companies are targeting consumers on multiple fronts and that he's completely against using customer information in this manner and its not the kind of company he wants Apple to be.

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08:28
Here's what it's like to play Valve's...

Sure, people can wax poetic about using HTC's Vive virtual reality headset, but what's it really like when you're looking through those lenses? You might not have to make a pilgrimage to one of HTC's tours to find out. ValveTime has posted a video w...

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07:00
Master & Dynamic's MH40 headphones sound as...

When it comes to headphone design, the popular brands don't venture too far from the prescribed formula. Circular earcups, leather-like padding and a folding frame have become de rigueur for on-ear and over-ear models. Then there's Master & Dynamic. ...

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06:00
Inhabitat's Week in Green: electric Corvettes...

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.

Tesla is the hottest electric automaker around, but a mysterious new company called Faraday Future is nippi...

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04:25
Silicon Valley Still Wrestling With Diversity Issues

An anonymous reader writes: As major tech companies come under increased scrutiny over the diversity of their workforces, many of them are focusing solely on the "pipeline" of workers educated in a computer-related field. They're pouring resources into getting kids to code, setting up internships, and even establishing mentoring programs for underrepresented groups. But experts say they're still failing to root out their own internal biases when making hiring decisions. "That bias shows up in recruiting, with companies drawing from the same top universities, where black and Hispanic graduates are still lagging behind other groups. ... The problem is particularly acute at start-ups, where black founders are just 1 percent of venture-invested firms, according to a 2011 survey by CB Insights." The tech companies are under mounting pressure to solve this problem, and the solutions they're pursuing won't show results quickly.
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04:01
KGI expects new gold colors for Apple Watch Sport to...


A new report out from KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo includes some interesting details about Apple’s planned fall product releases. Firstly, Kuo expects iPhone shipments to fall in the current quarter as anticipation builds for the new iPhone dubbed the ‘iPhone 6s’, although apparently ‘Force Touch yields are low’ which may constrict availability at the beginning. For Apple Watch, following a report earlier in the year to expect new materials for Apple Watch casings, Kuo claims Apple will launch new Apple Watch Sport color options to match the new iPhone.
This includes anodizing aluminum in either yellow gold or rose gold to match the gold options on the iPhone 6s and create a faux-Edition Sport model. Third-party coating services already exist for the Apple Watch (...

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03:03
US Army wants to send small, cheap satellites to...

The military has been conjuring up one idea after another in an effort to improve its personnel's ability to communicate, such as putting LTE on a ship and launching a WiFi router to space. This time, the US Army is in the midst of testing nanosatell...

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01:00
UK considers punishing online pirates with 10-year...

As police forces up and down the country turn the screw on sellers of illegal streaming boxes, the government is now considering whether pirates in general should receive tougher sentences. Currently, infringers face up to two years in prison, but an...

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Saturday July 18

23:50
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23:49
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23:47
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22:43
California wants pollution-free freight vehicles

California is determined to make dramatic greenhouse gas cuts by 2030, and that could have some major ramifications for the state's big rigs and cargo ships. Governor Jerry Brown has ordered several agencies to draft plans for cleaner freight transpo...

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19:55
Ford's high-tech lighting system makes driving...

Ford is in the midst of developing a couple of advanced front-lighting technologies designed to prevent collision and keep drivers safe at night. The first one called "camera-based advanced front lighting system" takes two of the automaker's older te...

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18:21
KGI: iPhone sales forecast at 54M in Q3, Apple Watch...

Before Apple reveals official numbers for its third fiscal quarter of 2015, a report from well-connected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo estimates the company's iPhone and Mac lineups put in strong performances, tempered somewhat by sluggish iPad and Apple Watch sales.

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17:27
Boeing and Hacking Team want drones to deliver...

Forget safeguarding drones against hacks -- if Boeing and Hacking Team have their way, robotic aircraft would dish out a few internet attacks of their own. Email conversations posted on WikiLeaks reveal that the two companies want drones to carry dev...

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16:14
Angela Ahrendts hints at upcoming back to school...

Apple's annual Back to School promotion appears to be a no-show for 2015, but a report on Saturday claims SVP of Retail Angela Ahrendts this week hinted to employees that a comparable offering could be coming soon.

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09:00
Gadget Ogling: An Amped-Up Smartphone, a Giant USB...


Marshall, best known for its guitar amplifiers and headphones, is moving into the smartphone market. Its first device, London, has dual front-facing speakers and a pair of audio outputs, making it easy to share what you're listening to with a friend who's also wearing headphones, assuming you're in a setting where you don't have the option of playing the audio over speakers. There's a dedicated button for access to various music services, and there's a scroll wheel with that unmistakable Marshall gold sheen to control the volume.

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09:00
Caturday: Casey, feline commander of the iMac!

Casey, photo by Maryann Trozzo

It's all in the timing. Sometimes we Mac-loving cat toys catch our furry buddies in the act of doing something that looks so human... In this case, Casey looks like he's checking out settings to make sure they're correct, but he's actually more interested in a fly that's landed on top of the iMac. Here's the scoop from Casey's loving human, Maryann Trozzo:

“This is Casey who was adopted from the LASPCA in Long Beach, Ca in November of 2013. He is now a little over 2 years old. He is the most charming of kitties, he comes when we call him and loves to play and chase treats. About a year ago I was working on a family members old iMac. A fly that got into the house landed on the top of the monitor and the resulting pictured happened. He look like he is studying what is on the screen, but you can barely see the tiny fly sitting on top. I hope you can download these pictures from Facebook. I also included a second picture of this pretty...

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08:30
Microsoft has hit the ecosystem wall

Last week's announcement that Microsoft would scale back its smartphone efforts was a clarifying moment. The resulting smartphone segments that the company will play in—which it calls business, value, and flagship—mirror those of its Surface tablets....

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08:14
Review: The Briefcase from Pad and Quill is a...

 

Being a writer and video creator, my bags are easily some of the most important possessions I have. The reason is obvious: they protect my essential tech and gear. I’m always super picky about which bags or backpacks I choose for this hefty task, and most of them come at a steep price. They hardly every look what you may call “good” though. I’m usually all about function over form when it comes to my bag decision. Choosing durability and features like pocket space usually means you’ll need to compromise on design.
With that said, I don’t consider myself a “briefcase” kind of guy. The style has just never been my thing because briefcases tend to be rather conservative on space and stiff in shape. So what’s with all of this talk over bags and briefcases? It just so happens that I’ve found a briefcase that’s actually kind of a bag, and it delivers...

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07:00
A quick spin through turntable history

Compact discs were once the wave of the future, but their sales have flagged whereas vinyl records have seen a resurgence, leaving pressing plants overbooked and struggling to keep up with demand. Sure, most people are getting their daily dose of bea...

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05:30
Recommended Reading: Does Comic-Con have a piracy...

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.

Comic-Con Makes Everyone a ...

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05:00
ICYMI: Hitchhiking robot, 'Doom' within...

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05:00
The Week in iPad Cases: Bag it up! Handsome carry-...

...plus sleeves, screen protectors, and more!This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features classic cases from Incipio and Brydge, versatile options from Case Logic and Devicewear, and a heavy-duty sleeve from Thule.BooqThe Boa saddle (all iPad models; $195) sports a modern and fashionable briefcase-esque design, with plenty of room for your electronic gear and personal items.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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00:26
Yahoo and Beme take on Snapchat with video sharing...

There's no shortage of apps that can take short video clips you can blast to friends. But if you're willing to branch out and try new things, Yahoo and YouTube celebrity Casey Neistat have released alternatives with different takes on video sharing. ...

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00:07
iOS 9 tips: Access Apple Pay's Wallet without...

Those users testing out iOS 9 beta, and who own an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, can now access non-default credit, debit and loyalty cards in their Apple Pay Wallet directly from the lock screen with just two taps of the home button.

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Friday July 17

20:15
This week on AppleInsider: Apple Pay in the UK, iPod...

A relatively quiet week was, at least, spiced up by two important Apple announcements: the arrival of Apple Pay in the United Kingdom, and a long-overdue update of the iPod touch.

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19:17
Bing makes it easier to scope out your future...

Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are constantly working to make the best possible search engine, and that's great news for you. The more they challenge each other with new features, the better your experience on the web will be. Today is Bing's turn to ma...

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17:32
Barcelona Kinder Trikots

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17:21
First look: Coin 'smart' iOS-connected...

After monumental delays, the Coin "smart" credit card finally started shipping out to customers in April, offering users the flexibility of carrying up to eight swipeable credit, debit a rewards cards that -- for now -- are accepted at more locations than touchless NFC solutions like Apple Pay.

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16:18
Poll: Was Apple Music enough to convince you to...

Apple Music has been available to the public for almost three weeks and while subscriber data hasn’t been revealed by Apple, early reviews were generally positive. The service is not without its flaws, however, and users have been quick to point them out. With the service having been available for a couple of weeks, though, we’re curious: Are you using Apple Music? If so, did you switch from another streaming service to Apple’s or is this your first venture into streaming music?

As I stated in my review, I personally switched from Spotify to Apple Music and haven’t...

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15:31
Pocket for iOS adds the ability to listen to...

Pocket, the popular app that allows users to save articles and read them later, has received an update that adds another way to consume saved articles. Announced in a blog post, Pocket for iOS now supports Listen, the company’s popular text-to-speech feature that was previously available only on Android.
Listen is a way for users to consume their news hands-free. The feature offers the ability to start listening from anywhere in the article, skip portions you aren’t interested in, and adjust the reading speed to be either faster or slower. Perhaps most notably, Listen is available in all languages.
Today, we’re excited to bring Listen, our Text-to-Speech feature, to iOS. It’s the hands-free way of returning to everything you’ve saved in Pocket. You can start listening from anywhere in the article, skip paragraphs with ease, and adjust the reading...

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14:30
AWT News Update: July 17, 2015

For this Friday, some Apple news that you need to know:

  • iPhone processor manufacturer TSMC says its power-efficient 10-nanometer process is on track for mass production of processors in 2017
  • A number of popular iOS apps have a password vulnerability
  • It's confirmed; your iPod nano and shuffle won't work with Apple Music

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for Friday, July 17, 2015.

One of the holy grails of mobile computing is to make smaller and more efficient processors. Apple has been working with chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company or TSMC on iPhone chips for the past several years, and TSMC announced this week that its 10-nanometer FinFET processors are on...

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12:58
Apple objects to GT Advanced financing plan after...

Apple on Friday formally objected to a financing plan by its bankrupt former sapphire supplier, GT Advanced Technologies, on the basis of provisions tied to a May fire at its one-time plant in Mesa, Arizona.

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12:30
You Should Play: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions adds...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.Controller-based games don’t always translate well to touch devices, and Geometry Wars seems like it ought to be a prime example of that. While inspired by classic arcade games (especially Robotron: 2084), the series is built around the dual analog sticks of console gamepads, letting you easily steer your ship with one stick and fire with the other as you zip around the minimal, neon-tinged terrain. Precision is absolutely necessary, given the small stages and focus on amassing high scores. To read this article in full or to...

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12:16
Confirmed: New iPod nano and shuffle won’t get Apple...


You might have heard some discussing the state of Apple Music on the iPod nano and shuffle, two products that just got a minor facelift alongside a larger refresh for their bigger brother, the iPod touch. And you might have already guessed that streaming to the devices was a no-go from the lack of Wi-Fi capabilities, but it turns out you won’t even be able to store your offline Apple Music collection on the devices either.
The reason, according to sources, is simply to prevent piracy…
By not allowing users to sync their offline songs to the iPod nano and...

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12:00
Week of Apple Watch Stands: Fuse Chicken Bobine Watch

Fuse Chicken Bobine Watch. Photo ©2015, Steven Sande

This week Apple World Today has reviews of three Apple Watch charging stands: the Griffin WatchStand, the Nomad Stand for Apple Watch, and today I’m looking at Fuse Chicken’s $25 Bobine Watch.

Design

I’ve been a big fan of Fuse Chicken’s Bobine product line since back in the day when the flexible stand first became available for the iPhone. Now it has a new job; that of holding up your Apple Watch in the car or on your desk.

As with the other Bobines, the Bobine Watch uses a flexible metal coil that stays in place however you bend it. The bottom of the coil acts as a base, the middle as an...

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11:03
iOS 9 tips: Apple makes it easier than ever to...

Users beta testing iOS 9 can access a new, somewhat hidden feature in the mobile Safari browser, making it easier than ever to request the desktop version of a site when browsing on an iPhone or iPad.

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10:22
Independent UK businesses quickly jump on board with...

Some independent retailers and app developers in the U.K. are reportedly already adopting Apple Pay, just days after the service became available in the region.

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09:46
iPod Touch performance preview: 500% better CPU, 900...


ars.AD.queue.push(["xrailTop", {sz:"300x250", kws:[], collapse: true}]);Smartphones and tablets have stopped changing all that much from year to year, which makes it easy to take for granted just how far they've come in such a relatively short time. One year of updates doesn't do much to impress anymore, but take three or four years of updates all at once and you'll have something to be impressed by.
Such is the case with the sixth-generation iPod Touch, which brings three years' and four generations' worth of processor improvements all at the same time. Jumping from an Apple A5 to an A8 results in an almost comically large performance improvement, though as we'll see, you're not quite getting iPhone 6 performance in an iPod-sized body.
The CPU
The iPod's A8 is running at around 1.1GHz, roughly 27 percent slower than the 1.4GHz A8 in the iPhone 6. When those phones were announced, Apple said the A8 was about 25 percent faster than the...

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09:40
Apple Pay’s UK launch leading to issues, mistaken...


Apple Pay went live in the UK earlier this week with its first international rollout since debuting in the US last October, but Apple’s iPhone- and Apple Watch-based mobile payment solution hasn’t been without its own launch issues across the pond. To start, Apple Pay is a bit restricted in the UK as it is limited to transactions under £20 until September when the contactless payment rules change and the limit increases slightly to £30. Aside from a low transaction limit, paying with the iPhone or Apple Watch using Apple Pay at the London Underground transportation system has...

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09:37
The camera behind the new Pluto photos

.The Atlantic:I talked to Lisa Hardaway, an engineer at Ball Aerospace in Colorado who led technical development of the one called “Ralph.” Ralph captures visible and some infrared light. When you see Pluto looking tan- and sepia-toned in the new, high-resolution photos, you’re looking at data captured by Ralph. ​Since it captures visible light, Ralph is in many ways comparable to the camera found in a phone or fancy DSLR. In conventional camera terms, it’s a 75mm lens at f/8.7. But it was far harder to build than a normal camera.Hilarious that these incredible images we are getting from New Horizons are from a “Ralph”. An “Omar” or a “Brad” I could understand....

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09:30
Apple schedules Q3 2015 results call for Tuesday,...

Apple has announced the time and date of the FY2015 third quarter results call, to be held starting at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET next Tuesday, July 21, 2015. As in the past, Apple World Today will be doing a liveblog of the event, providing readers with our take on the numbers and comments made by both Apple executives and financial analysts.

The event will be live cast via a QuickTime stream. Readers can listen in on the call by pointing a web browser to www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/earningsq315

Stay tuned to Apple World Today for more information on when our liveblog will begin.

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09:22
Gold rear shell purportedly for Apple's '...

New pictures claim to show a rear casing for Apple's next-generation "iPhone 6s Plus" in gold, and a hands-on with the part assert that it features new material for stronger construction than the current iPhone 6 series.

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09:15
The Week in iOS Apps: Blue Apron, MyTable, and...

The flavor of iOSIt’s a foodie’s dream in this week’s roundup—we have apps that show you how to prepare food, make reservations, and even split the bill at your favorite restaurant. Yum!Blue ApronBlue Apron comes from the gourmet meal-ingredient service of the same name. The app features seasonal recipes, how-to videos, and stories about the service’s farmers and suppliers. You can manage your Blue Apron account from the app, review the meals, and even share photos of your finished creations.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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09:06
Pluto Pix Push Interest in Space Exploration


Photos transmitted from 4 billion miles away by NASA's New Horizons Pluto space probe have sparked fresh interest in space exploration. New Horizons traveled more than 3 billion miles over a nine-and-a-half year stretch to reach the Pluto system. A close-up image of a region near Pluto's equator shows a range of mountains reaching up to 11,000 feet in height. "This is one of the youngest surfaces we've ever seen in the solar system," said Jeff Moore, geology, geophysics and imaging team leader at NASA's Ames Research Center.

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09:00
In praise of the iPod shuffle

Apple updated what’s left of the iPod line earlier this week. They bumped the processor and improved the camera on the iPod touch, and added some new colors. And they also added new colors to the iPod nano and iPod shuffle.There’s something satisfying about listening to music or spoken word on a device that is so self-effacing.

You may wonder why Apple is still selling the iPod shuffle. After all, when you can have an iPhone that runs apps, takes photos, records and plays HD video, and uses GPS to give you directions—or an iPod touch with most of those features—why keep selling a tiny little device that does nothing more than play audio?...

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08:59
iFixit posts 6th-gen iPod touch teardown



Once again, the coolest of cats over at iFixit have come through with teardown goodness, dissecting a brand new 2015/sixth-generation iPod touch to see what they could find.
The exterior of the device looks largely the same as the previous generation, but it’s the new guts of the device that make the difference.
During the teardown, the iFixit guys found the following:
- An A8 processor that had been underclocked compared to the iPhone version.
- 1 GB LPDDR3 RAM.

- A battery rated at 1043 mah.
- No external screws, ample use of adhesive inside the iPod touch.
- A smaller f/24 aperture.
- An 8 MP FaceTime camera.
As always, head over to the...

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08:54
New iPod touch teardown shows power optimizations,...

A teardown of the sixth-generation iPod touch published on Friday exposed new details about the device, including the presence of a marginally bigger battery, the lack of a sapphire lens cover, and which chipmakers are involved in supplying parts.

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08:29
Dealing with Recent Comcast Outages

Comcast Internet customers seem to be experiencing more service interruptions than usual. Josh Centers investigates to try to find out why, and offers some troubleshooting tips for your Internet connection. Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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08:15
App Store updates and notable new apps for July 17,...

Apple World Today is happy to provide its readers with notification of significant App Store updates and notable new apps on a regular basis.

Updates

Slack (OS X) version 1.1

  • O happy day: We no longer send you packing to your web browser to download files. It all happens right within Slack.
  • We added support for the slack:// URL scheme. Look to https://api.slack.com for upcoming documentation on all the nifty things it'll let you do.
  • Laid the foundation for some soon-to-be-announced features. They're very nice. Can't wait to see your reactions when you find out what they are.
  • It's a tiny thing but our About box now shows the build number as well as the app version. Should you need to contact us for support, it'll help us help you. And...
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08:13
Dozens of popular apps found ‘vulnerable to password...

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Popular iOS and Android apps from companies like Walmart, ESPN, Slack and SoundCloud have been found vulnerable to password cracking, according to a recent report from AppBugs. The security firm found that dozens of the most popular apps are lacking, in that they allow you to make any number of attempts to login without restriction. These clearly opens up a gap for attackers who have the means to guess those passwords and gain access to your accounts.
The most secure apps will force you to reset your password if you don’t enter it correctly, or they’ll lock you out after you’ve made a certain number of attempts.
AppBugs tested the most popular apps to see...

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08:09
9to5Toys Last Call: Bose SoundTrue headphones $80,...

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications.
Today’s can’t miss deals:
Last Call Updates:

Review: The ...

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08:07
iFixit’s iPod touch 6th-gen teardown exposes...


Apple introduced a new iPod touch on Wednesday as we expected after selling nearly the same model for almost three years, and today iFixit has shared its routine teardown to grade the device’s ability to be repaired and catalog exactly what’s inside Apple’s newest iOS device.
While the exterior of the new iPod touch remains largely the same aside from new color options and the removal of the Loop camera strap, the teardown does confirm the RAM upgrade...

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07:51
Panic releases Coda 2.0 text editor for iOS



Coda, Panic’s nifty text editor for iOS, has just hit version 2.0.
The new version, which is available as a free update for registered Diet Coda users, offers the following fixes and changes:
- New UI: Designed impeccably to look great on iOS 9 and beyond.
- iPhone Coda for iOS now works both on your iPad and your iPhone.
- Panic Sync: Keep your sites, clips, and credentials in sync.

- More Modes Go, INI, Lua, Scheme, Shell, SQL, and Swift.
- Playgrounds: Experiment and test in a real JS environment.
- Dual File Browsers: See dev and production files side-by-side.
- Better Terminal: The full power of Prompt 2, built right in.
- Better Preview:...

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07:27
iFixit: New iPod Touch battery is kind-of-sort-of...


iFixit has just completed the sixth-generation iPod Touch's new gadget introduction cycle by tearing it apart to see what's inside.
By and large, the new iPod is pretty similar to the old one. Apple has changed essentially nothing about the outside of the device, so the way the components all fit together is mostly the same. The one notable change is related to the way the battery is secured in the case: "peel-out adhesive tabs" replace the more persistent adhesive from the fifth-generation model. You still need to heat up the adhesive securing the screen to the back of the case to get inside the Touch in the first place, but this...

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07:24
Apple, Samsung in talks to help create standardized...



When Apple and Samsung aren’t actively suing each other, they can get some killer stuff done.
This may be what they’re trying to do, as the firms are reportedly in “advanced talks” with telecom operators from all over the world to launch new electronic SIM cards. These e-SIM cards would be standardized among both smartphone makers and come embedded in their devices, creating a “common architecture.” Unlike physical SIM cards, e-SIM cards offer more flexibility to users. Instead of being locked into a cellular plan, you will be able to sign up to a new plan or switch plans instantly.

The mobile carriers that are reportedly a part of the e-SIM initiative include AT&T,...

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07:18
PSA: Apple Watch’s sapphire display cracks just like...

Yep, that’s a cracked Apple Watch display. Nope, it’s not actually an Edition, just plated, but the $549 and up steel model uses the same sapphire display as Apple’s $10,000 and up watch. And yes, the Apple Watch’s sapphire display reacts to accidental drops against hard surfaces just like iPhones.
In describing the craftsmanship of the Apple Watch, Apple calls sapphire “the second-hardest transparent substance after diamond,” adding that “that’s why we chose it to cover the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition faces,” but it still sells a $79 AppleCare+ warranty to cover accidental damage because sapphire is clearly not invincible.
Here’s what to expect if you accidentally break your Apple Watch display and what I learned about how easily it can happen…...

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06:43
Hulu considering ad-free tier to better compete with...

Streaming video service Hulu is reportedly exploring the possibility of a completely ad-free tier that could launch as soon as this fall, and cost about $12 to $14 a month.

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05:44
Apple partner TSMC to mass produce 10nm chips by...

The race to make smaller and more efficient mobile processors continues, with iPhone chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. revealing it remains on track to mass produce its first 10-nanometer FinFET processors by early 2017 -- a timeframe that would put it ahead of rival Intel.

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05:31
Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation game for iPhone/...

With the latest installment in the Mission Impossible series set for a theatrical release later this month on July 31st, an official iPhone and iPad game for the movie has just launched on the App Store.
Developed by Glu, the action/adventure game bears the same name as the film, Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation, and offers a number of free-to-play levels set in locations from the movie. The gameplay, a mix of first- and third-person action scenes that for the most part put you behind a firearm of some sort, seems to take a lot after other popular Glu developed titles such as Contract Killer.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it… Join the Impossible...

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04:31
∞ Fantastic tribute to Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata passed away this past Saturday. This video gives an excellent sense of why Iwata-san was so beloved.

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04:22
AppleInsider podcast talks new iPod touch, thoughts...

On this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast, we discuss the refreshed iPod lineup, including a new A8-powered iPod touch. Neil talks about the possibility of an "iPhone 6c," Dan details gaming benchmarks for Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 6, Victor tells us how he really feels about Touch ID and Apple Pay, and it's unanimous that no one should install Adobe Flash.

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02:54
BT's new 4K sports channel will cost £15 a month

As promised, BT is bringing the first 4K live sports channel to UK TV screens next month, and it's finally let us in on how much it's going to cost. BT Sport Ultra HD will begin broadcasting August 2nd, kicking off proceedings with an FA Community Sh...

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02:26
UK's emergency surveillance law struck down by...

The High Court has ruled today that parts of the UK's emergency surveillance legislation, the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (DRIPA), is unlawful. Conservative MP David Davis and Labour MP Tom Watson, represented by the Liberty huma...

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02:11
Et tu, Watson? IBM's supercomputer can critique...

It's bad enough that robots are writing professionally (albeit badly), but now they're criticizing, too? IBM has unveiled the Watson Tone Analyzer, the latest tool in its "cognitive computing" suite of cooking, health, shopping and other apps. Once y...

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02:07
DEVONthink/DEVONnote 2.8.6

Adds support for the public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan. (All updates are free. DEVONthink Pro Office, $149.95 new; DEVONthink Professional, $79.95 new; DEVONthink Personal, $49.95 new; DEVONnote, $24.95 new) Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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01:05
Google Inbox suggests the perfect time to resurface...

When you snooze an email in Google's Inbox app, you're normally given a few different reminder options: three customised defaults, "someday," the last custom time you used, and a manually set place or time. For many emails, that means tapping the lat...

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Thursday July 16

22:18
'Back to the Future' to celebrate 30th...

For Back to the Future fanatics, October 21st, 2015 is a momentous day: it's the destination date Marty and Dr. Brown chose for their journey through time. And now, it's also when the movies are slated to hit the theaters for the franchise's 30th ann...

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20:30
Space junk collision scare forced ISS crew to...

The ISS crew sure had a rough morning yesterday: a piece of an old Russian satellite came hurtling towards them, and the team didn't have enough time to move the station out of the way. Since they only had an hour and a half to spare, the crew chose ...

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19:41
Office 2016 for Mac 15.11.2

Updated versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, but currently available only to Office 365 subscribers. ($6.99/$9.99 monthly subscription) Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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