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2019

Apple restores Facebook enterprise certificates following 'Facebook Research' fallout

Thursday January 31, 2019

Facebook on Thursday saw its Apple enterprise certification restored after the privileges were revoked due to developer guideline violations, meaning the company can bring a clutch of integral internal apps back online.

German court tosses four of eight Qualcomm patent suits against Apple

Thursday January 31, 2019

A Munich district court on Thursday rejected four out of eight local lawsuits brought against Apple by Qualcomm, granting the iPhone maker at least a temporary victory.

Apple kills Google's enterprise development certificate because of Screenwise Meter

Thursday January 31, 2019

Apple on Thursday took action against Google for violating terms of its developer agreement, and has rescinded the search giant's enterprise development certificate like it did when Facebook was caught doing much the same.

AT&T & Verizon 5G rollouts stall, reinforce claims that tech not coming to iPhone until 2020

Thursday January 31, 2019

The two biggest U.S. wireless carriers, AT&T and Verizon, are unlikely to have much in the way of true 5G service deployed by the end of 2019, perhaps backing the view that Apple won't have support in iPhones until fall 2020.

How to give your 2012 or 2014 Mac mini a performance boost by replacing the hard drive with an SSD

Thursday January 31, 2019

Apple's refresh to the Mac mini may have caused some owners of earlier generations to be envious of the performance compared to their existing Mac. One potential upgrade to give the older models a speed boost is to switch out the mechanical hard drive for an SSD, a task that isn't as hard to do as people may think.

How to use the Terminal to change the look of your Mac and speed up your work

Thursday January 31, 2019

It can be dangerous if you're not careful, but alongside immense yet arcane power tricks, macOS Mojave's Terminal app has benefits for every Mac user. If you're a beginner, AppleInsider has some suggestions for you.

If you want to sue Apple over FaceTime eavesdropping and live in Canada, now's your chance

Thursday January 31, 2019

A Montreal lawfirm is pursuing a class action lawsuit against Apple over its recently-disclosed Group FaceTime bug, which let people spy on others who hadn't actually accepted a call.

Qualcomm demanding Apple pay hefty fine in Germany for iPhone ban avoidance

Thursday January 31, 2019

Qualcomm has filed with the German court responsible for the iPhone ban, demanding that Apple pay a significant fine, and prevent the sale of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 at retail from any Apple-affiliated vendor immediately.

iPhone SE returns to Apple's clearance store for third time in January

Thursday January 31, 2019

Apple is once more selling the iPhone SE on clearance in the U.S., in what may be one of the last opportunities for American shoppers to get the phone new.

Puma readies iPhone- & Apple Watch-connected 'Fit Intelligence' sneakers for 2020

Thursday January 31, 2019

Puma this week revealed its Fit Intelligence self-lacing shoe, set to compete against Nike beginning in 2020.

Review: ZenPod turns your AirPods case into a fidget spinner

Thursday January 31, 2019

ZenPod is a stylish way to add some rugged drop protection to your AirPods and also turn them into a playful fidget spinner.

Apple's Fifth Avenue 'cube' will reopen in first half of 2019

Thursday January 31, 2019

Apple will be re-opening its flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York City in the first half of 2019, management of the company that owns the property claims, with the famous "glass cube" store expected to complete its renovations within the next six months.

New 'CookieMiner' malware aims to steal cryptocurrency logins from Mac owners

Thursday January 31, 2019

Newly-discovered Mac malware is geared toward stealing browser cookies for cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coinbase and Bittrex, security researchers say.

Today only: Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro on sale from $299, HomePods just $296 with coupon

Thursday January 31, 2019

While supplies last, Amazon-owned Woot has refurbished 9.7-inch iPad Pros marked down to just $299.99. Need more space? Upgraded 128GB Wi-Fi models are also on sale for $359.99, a discount of $390 off original MSRP. Apple's HomePod is also marked down to $296.10 with coupon today only, bringing the total savings to $54 off.

Intel promotes CFO Bob Swan to CEO position following six-month search for Krzanich's replacement

Thursday January 31, 2019

Intel has announced it is retaining interim CEO Bob Swan as the new permanent head of the company following the departure of Brian Krzanich, with the former CFO insisting the core strategy of the chip producer won't be changing while at the same time working to improve on execution.

LIFX responds to security vulnerabilities in HomeKit smart bulbs saying fixed in Q4 2018

Thursday January 31, 2019

LIFX has responded to the recent revelation of serious security flaws within its White mini HomeKit-enabled bulbs, saying all three issues were fixed at the tail-end of 2018.

Nintendo's Mario Kart Tour for iPhone jumps off track, delayed until summer 2019

Thursday January 31, 2019

One of Nintendo's most anticipated iPhone games, "Mario Kart Tour," will miss its original March launch date, the company revealed on Thursday.

Ultraviolet video streaming service shutting down on July 31

Thursday January 31, 2019

Digital movie locker service Ultraviolet has warned it will be shutting down on July 31, with the rise of the competing Movies Anywhere and other movie storage options thought to have prompted the shutdown of the service.

Apple manufacturing partner expecting 'iPad mini 5' orders soon

Thursday January 31, 2019

Compal Electronics is expanding manufacturing in China, Taiwan, and Vietnam, and sources close to the company are expecting build orders for the "iPad mini 5" to grow revenue later in 2019.

Apple's shutdown of Facebook's internal apps was a light punishment for a repeat offender

Thursday January 31, 2019

You can ascribe motives to Apple switching off Facebook's internal apps, but you can't argue that it didn't have the right or even the obligation to do so -- and it may not have gone far enough. We may rarely read the terms and conditions, but Facebook did and broke them anyway, and is now paying the price.