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Archives: January 2019

  1. How Artificial Intelligence is changing photography

    If you’re wondering how good your next phone’s camera is going to be…

  2. Apple bans Google from test apps after it admits using ‘research’ app

    Apple has now shut down Google’s ability to distribute its internal iOS apps…

  3. Canadian law firm applies for class action lawsuit against Apple over FaceTime eavesdropping bug

    Montréal-based law firm Lambert Avocat Inc. has applied for a class action lawsuit…

  4. Qualcomm demands Munich court fine Apple for continuing to sell iPhones after ban

    Qualcomm Inc. is escalating its patent fight with Apple Inc. by asking a Munich court…

  5. Apple iPad’s worldwide tablet market share grew 10% YOY in holiday quarter

    By growing double digits, Apple added 2 percentage points to its market share year-over-year…

  6. From corn to Apple: The cases behind the U.S.-China standoff

    To hear the Americans tell it, the Chinese have gone on a commercial crime spree, pilfering trade secrets…

  7. Apple’s iOS 12.1.4 update to fix FaceTime eavesdropping bug appear in analytics

    Apple’s upcoming fix for the FaceTime eavesdropping bug that was discovered on Monday…

  8. MacBook keyboard failures could end with introduction of glass panel keyboards

    Future Apple keyboards in MacBooks may not be affected by dust or other foreign elements…

  9. Four Qualcomm patent suits against Apple dismissed by Munich court, four others in zombie mode

    This last day of January 2019 dealt another setback…

  10. Apple Retail Stores offer enterprise-class MDM for the rest of us

    Small- and medium-size businesses using Apple technologies can now deploy the same system…

  11. Maybe only Apple can correct Facebook’s penchant for trampling users’ privacy

    Tim Cook, who has called privacy a ‘fundamental human right’ and taken Facebook and Google to task…

  12. Apple reportedly set to move from Lightning port to USB-C in new iPhones

    Apple is currently testing iPhones with USB-C charging ports instead of Lightning ports…

  13. Should Apple’s power over Facebook worry the rest of us?

    At around 2:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Facebook sent me an update about the controversial market research program…

  14. New ‘CookieMiner’ macOS malware swipes your cookies to steal your cryptocurrency

    This malware is capable of stealing browser cookies associated with mainstream cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet service websites…

  15. Compal to assemble Apple’s next-gen iPad mini to launch this year

    Taiwanese manufacturer Compal Electronics is expected to be a supplier of the so-called iPad mini 5…

  16. Apple’s China problem may require a new iPhone tailored specifically for Chinese users

    For years, Apple Inc. has operated on the assumption that it gets to set the world’s tastes…

  17. Apple Watch and China are crushing Swatch

    The situation is about to get worse…

  18. Apple working on new iPhones with powerful 3-D camera and laser scanner in augmented reality push

    Apple Inc. plans to launch iPhones with a more-powerful 3-D camera as soon as next year…

  19. IDC: Samsung edges Apple as smartphone woes continue with worldwide shipments down 4.9% in holiday quarter

    Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 375.4 million units during the fourth quarter of 2018…

  20. New York state begins probe into Apple’s slow response to FaceTime eavesdropping flaw

    New York officials are investigating a recent Apple Inc. privacy breach that allowed some users…

  21. U.S. FTC: Evidence is ‘overwhelming’ that Qualcomm engaged in exclusionary, anticompetitive conduct

    The Federal Trade Commission yesterday said that the evidence against Qualcomm in the antitrust trial…

  22. Dow jumps as Fed keeps rates unchanged, better-than-expected U.S. employment; Apple shares up strongly

    U.S. stocks gained after Federal Reserve officials announced they would keep benchmark interest rates….

  23. Big surprise: Google is also abusing Apple’s Enterprise Certificate system to collect extensive data on users

    It looks like Facebook is not the only one abusing Apple’s system for distributing employee-only apps …

  24. Apple blocks Facebook from running all of their internal iOS apps by revoking distribution certificate

    Apple has shut down Facebook’s ability to distribute internal iOS apps…

  25. Playing ‘Fortnite’ on iPhone and iPad with a MFi controller is a considerable improvement

    Gameplay and controls are incredibly smooth…