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2018

Asus aims portable ProArt PQ22UC 4K OLED monitor at on-the-move professionals

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Asus has added a new high-end display to its range of professional monitors that is made for those who work on the move, with the ProArt PQ22UC consisting of a 21.6-inch 4K OLED panel with USB Type-C connectivity that can be easily transported as a second display for a MacBook Pro.

2018 Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show stymied by blackout, heavy rain and flooding

Wednesday January 10, 2018

One day after the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show saw some exhibits close because of rain, a blackout has plagued the expo center and has run for an hour, and counting.

Video: Next generation iPhone SE 2 may have a glass back for Qi charging

Wednesday January 10, 2018

According to a recent rumor, the next-generation "iPhone SE 2" may feature a glass back just like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, suggesting it will feature wireless charging.

T-Mobile offers up to $700 off second iPhone in latest promo

Wednesday January 10, 2018

The U.S. branch of T-Mobile is running a new "Buy One Get One" promotion in which people buying an iPhone can get up to $700 off a second, as long as they meet the right criteria.

Satechi Type-C 75W Multiport Travel Charger capable of powering a MacBook Pro

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Accessory producer Satechi revealed its Type-C 75WMultiport Travel Charger, capable of charging up to four devices simultaneously, with it also capable of providing enough power to recharge a MacBook and an MacBook Pro as well as iPhones, iPads, and other devices.

Private messaging iPhone app Confide develops screenshot-defeating 'ScreenShield'

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Secure messaging app Confide has come up with a way to prevent messages appearing in its iOS app from being captured in a screenshot, with the firm also offering its 'ScreenShield' technology in a development kit to help keep messages and other content protected in other apps.

macOS High Sierra App Store settings menu not effectively secured by user password

Wednesday January 10, 2018

The macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 App Store settings can be unlocked with any password entered by an administrator account -- but Apple appears to have already implemented a fix in the beta releases currently in testing.

Apple picked as 'most innovative' company in recent US survey

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Among a list of 12 major corporations, Apple was picked as the most innovative by a wide margin in a poll of U.S. adults.

SimpliSafe updates the look of its home security system, teases future smart lock and outdoor camera launches

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Smart home security firm SimpliSafe has performed a major refresh of its product line, collaborating with global design firm Ideo to redesign its devices with a modern look and smaller sensors, as well as improving the underlying technology the security system itself.

Niantic's 'Pokemon Go' to go iOS 11-only in late February

Wednesday January 10, 2018

As of Feb. 28, people will no longer be able to play Niantic's "Pokemon Go" on devices without iOS 11 -- cutting off access on some older iPhones and iPads.

Apple's iPhone X tops November sales in China, Japan & Great Britain

Wednesday January 10, 2018

The iPhone X did particularly well during its November launch, claiming the lead in three markets, despite Apple losing some share in the overall smartphone market.

Samsung will debut 'Galaxy S9' at Mobile World Congress next month

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Samsung will be launching its next flagship smartphone in February, the South Korean electronics giant has confirmed, with the expected unveiling of the 'Galaxy S9' and the 'Galaxy S9 Plus taking place at this year's Mobile World Congress.

Philips launches Hue Entertainment, teases Hue Sync for Macs, Hue 3.0 for iPhones & iPads

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Philips used this week's CES to announce a series of software-related upgrades to its Hue lighting system, including the immediate launch of Hue Entertainment, and new apps for both desktop and mobile devices.

Apple informs Chinese customers of iCloud service handover in late February

Wednesday January 10, 2018

Apple will be passing control of its iCloud services covering mainland China to a Chinese company starting from late February, a message to customers in the country reveals, with the shift in operations made to comply with local cybersecurity and data protection laws.

U.S. government questions Apple over iPhone slowdown debacle

Tuesday January 09, 2018

Following revelations that the French government opened an investigation into Apple's decision to throttle the performance of older iPhones with deteriorated batteries, a U.S. senator on Tuesday sent a letter to CEO Tim Cook requesting details about the hardware policy.

Matias' wired, backlit Mac keyboard serves as replacement for discontinued Apple version

Tuesday January 09, 2018

Third-party accessory maker Matias debuted a new version of its wired Mac keyboard at CES on Tuesday, adding a few creature comforts like adjustable RGB backlighting to fill a product category Apple abandoned last year.

Jimmy Iovine says he's staying at Apple, rumors 'had nothing to do with reality'

Tuesday January 09, 2018

Industry big shot and Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine reiterated his commitment to the company on Monday, saying he's "loyal to the guys at Apple" and has no plans to leave.

Apple forks over another $184M to UK tax authorities after 'extensive audit'

Tuesday January 09, 2018

The world's most valuable company now has a bit less in the bank after Apple was forced to settle up with Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs to the tune of $184 million in additional taxes.

FBI director reignites 'not so clean cut' encryption debate

Tuesday January 09, 2018

More than a year after the last high-profile showdown between the FBI and Silicon Valley over widespread encryption, recently-installed FBI Director Christopher Wray again signaled that his agency will continue to fight for access.

Microsoft advises fixes for Spectre and Meltdown security flaws could cause noticeable performance hits

Tuesday January 09, 2018

As tech companies rush to work around the 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' chip flaws, a blog post from Microsoft suggests that the processor generation and age of the operating system will play a factor in terms of how much of an impact the fixes will have on system performance, at least from a Windows user's perspective.