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Archives: November 2015

  1. Inside Apple’s powerful A9X chip

    Apple’s A9X is easily the most advanced mobile system-on-a-chip available today….

  2. Aussie consumers lose as banks effectively boycott Apple Pay

    he Reserve Bank has been urged to examine potential anti-competitive behavior…

  3. Dell reminds the world why Black Friday is a great time to switch to Mac

    Earlier this week it was discovered that Dell had installed an insecure root certificate…

  4. Apple Watch’s killer apps: Time, Messages, Notifications

    The Mobile Life Research Centre at the University of Stockholm, took an in-depth look at 12 subjects’ usage of an Apple Watch over 34 days…

  5. Apple’s vaunted Mac Pro a misfire?

    Once upon a time, anyone who wanted a powerful Mac would choose the top of the line…

  6. Apple TV’s ugly problem solved by great new accessory

    While most would agree that the latest Apple TV box is a big leap forward from any of its predecessors, it’s not exactly…

  7. 24 essential OS X El Capitan utilities you need

    Happy Thanksgiving to my US readers, and welcome to this collection of essential…

  8. What happens when you try to use Mac OS 9 for a few days?

    Here I am on a battered PowerBook that will barely hold a charge…

  9. Apple could make $15 billion from winning the rights to NFL Thursday Night Football

    Here’s a use of cash that Apple should be following up on right now…

  10. Apple Watch tops hottest holiday gift list

    The Apple Watch is still the hottest gift as Thanksgiving weekend gets underway…

  11. Apple Music’s Android assault

    Earlier this month, Apple brought its Apple Music product into Alphabet’s smartphone ecosystem…

  12. Apple to use OLED for iPhone displays starting in 2018

    Apple plans to introduce organic light-emitting diode displays for iPhones starting in 2018…

  13. Apple Watch wearers check their smartwatch 60 to 80 times a day

    Checking the Apple Watch face either to check the time or to glance at a complication is by far the most frequent interaction…

  14. Apple’s open-sourced Swift programming language could change everything

    Apple has told us it intends making Swift 2.0 open source later this year…

  15. Apple reaches agreement to bring Apple Pay to China, sources say

    China UnionPay Co. and Apple Inc. have reached a preliminary agreement to introduce Apple Pay in China…

  16. Macworld reviews Apple’s iPad Pro: Why the best iPad yet won’t work for everyone

    Well, I tried. I tried the whole ‘use the iPad Pro instead of my computer for a week’ thing and barely lasted a day…

  17. Apple shares ‘Someday At Christmas’ featuring Stevie Wonder and Andra Day

    Someday at Christmas men won’t be boys, playing with bombs like kids play with toys…

  18. VMWare offers up to 55% off Fusion 8 and Workstation 12

    VMware is offering up to 55% on products including Fusion 8 & Workstation 12…

  19. Li-Fi: 100 times faster than Wi-Fi, tests prove

    With speeds of 1GBps, the technology could enable a high-definition film to be downloaded in seconds…

  20. Things about the iPad Pro that widely misunderstood

    It surprises me that a lot of people have been quick to highlight what they think are apparently major shortcomings…

  21. Why did Apple buy motion-capture maker Faceshift?

    It’s not an obvious fit for Apple, so what could be the thinking behind the purchase?

  22. Best Buy offers $100 off iPhone 6s/Plus, $100 off select iPad minis, up to $150 off select MacBooks

    Best Buy is offering $100 off iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, $100 off select iPad minis, and up to $150 off select MacBooks…

  23. Teardown shows Apple Pencil is powered by amazingly tiny tech

    Released alongside the iPad Pro, the Apple Pencil let’s you draw, take notes, mark up documents, annotate photos and do basically anything…

  24. Apple acquires ‘Star Wars’ contributor Faceshift

    Apple has purchased Faceshift, a Zurich-based maker of motion-capture technology…

  25. Apple’s iBeacon so far fails to ignite retail revolution, won’t be big this Black Friday either

    The launch of iBeacon two years ago was supposed to change shopping. What happened?

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