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Archives: July 2018

  1. Would you let your boss put a chip in your body?

    People across two continents are suddenly allowing their employers to put microchips under their skin…

  2. Polar Flow fitness app exposed locations of spies and military personnel

    A popular fitness app that tracks the activity data on millions of users has inadvertently revealed the locations of…

  3. Race to $1 trillion: Amazon hits $900 billion valuation, rivals Apple

    In the race to a trillion dollar valuation, Apple is getting some real competition…

  4. Corning unveils glass less likely to break when you drop your iPhone

    Corning Inc., which makes the glass used in Apple Inc.’s iPhones and smartphones from Samsung Electronics Co…

  5. Apple’s preparing a slew of new products for this fall

    Apple has a ton of stuff coming for its Mac product line…

  6. Apple releases iOS 12 public beta 3

    Apple just released the third version of the iOS 12 beta as part of the public beta program…

  7. U.S. voters’ data exposed by robocall firm; each record contained name, address, and political affiliation

    Another cache of US voter data has leaked…

  8. Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar vs. MacBook Pro with standard function keys

    Choosing a new MacBook Pro has gotten a little more complicated since Apple introduced the Touch Bar…

  9. Why Google owes the European Union $5 billion

    After the better part of three years’ investigation, the European Union has announced…

  10. Apple releases macOS Mojave Public Beta 3

    Apple released the third macOS Mojave public beta just a day after releasing…

  11. How today’s Apple has thrown out the classic Apple rulebook

    When Steve Jobs came back to Apple in 1997, he didn’t like what he saw, so he set about changing…

  12. Leaked ‘Amber Lake’ Intel processors could be used in Apple’s next-gen 12-inch MacBook

    A leak for an unannounced Dell notebook and a Romanian report may have revealed some details about Intel’s ‘Amber Lake’ processors…

  13. Apple purges ‘Doorbell’ category from HomeKit accessories page

    Apple has quietly removed the entire ‘Doorbell’ category from its roster of current and future HomeKit accessories…

  14. Samsung is absolutely terrified of Apple’s iPhone X

    Samsung is afraid of the new iPhone X in a year when its flagship, the Galaxy S9, hasn’t been able to meet internal goals…

  15. Chinese Apple iCloud accounts are now based in a state-run cloud

    Apple users in China have had their data migrated to a local cloud, run by the Red State’s mobile telecoms provider…

  16. TechCrunch reviews Apple’s new 15-inch MacBook Pro: ‘Extremely powerful machine; Apple’s not messing around here’

    These are in fact extremely powerful machines built around the premise that

  17. EU hits Google with record €4.34 billion fine for abusing market dominance

    Google has been hit with a record €4.34bn (£3.8bn) fine by the European Union for abusing…

  18. Apple’s Retina MacBook Pro evolution has come a long way in six years

    Apple’s 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro has come a long way since the first Retina models…

  19. Mophie’s new Apple-exclusive Powerstation portable chargers recharge via Lightning

    Mophie has announced some new external battery chargers aimed at users of iPhones, iPads, and AirPods…

  20. Sharecuts is creating a community for sharing Siri Shortcuts

    With the upcoming release of iOS 12, Apple is introducing a new app called Shortcuts…

  21. California’s data privacy law highlights growing frustration with tech industry

    Driven by everything from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandals…

  22. Keyboard shootout: 2018 vs. 2017 MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards compared

    Yes, the new MacBook Pro 2018 is a lot faster than previous MacBooks, but many people are wondering…

  23. Top voting machine vendor admits it installed remote-access software on systems sold to states

    The nation’s top voting machine maker has admitted in a letter to a federal lawmaker that the company installed remote-access software…

  24. Apple’s leadership page gets Memoji overhaul for World Emoji Day

    Memoji, one of the headline new features of iOS 12, is at the heart of an amusing overhaul…

  25. So, about Apple’s new MacBook Pro butterfly keyboard

    Last week, Apple announced an updated MacBook Pro, packing in fresh processors that were announced…

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