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2019

Huawei has now lost most of its RAM, flash, processor suppliers after US blacklist [u]

Monday May 20, 2019

Infineon, Qualcomm, Western Digital and more have all stopped supplying Huawei after a deeper ban on selling to Huawei or buying from the company has commenced in the United States.

Huawei touts its 'substantial contributions' to Android and says it will continue supporting current phones

Monday May 20, 2019

In response to Google's revoking its license to use Android, Huawei has announced that it will continue to provide support and updates to current phones and tablets.

Tim Cook donates to New Orleans music school after Tulane University speech

Monday May 20, 2019

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the donation of Apple products including music software training to the center, which was founded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He attended a performance at the school following his commencement speech at Tulane University.

Google suspends Huawei's Android license, forces switch to open-source version

Sunday May 19, 2019

Following newly-authorized rules by the Trump administration, Google has reportedly terminated Huawei's Android license, forcing it to move to the Android Open Source Project.

The best iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max battery cases

Sunday May 19, 2019

For a while after the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, there were no choices for battery life-extending cases -- but that's all changed. Now, six months after release, what are best battery case options for the pair?

Hands On: PDFpen 11 brings Split View and precision page number positioning to the Mac

Sunday May 19, 2019

The new update of both PDFpen and its sister app PDFpenPro turn this into as much of a PDF creator as it is an editor. You can now use word processor-like split views to show different parts of your document, and you have better controls for changing fonts.

25,000 Linksys routers are reportedly leaking details of any device that has ever connected to it

Saturday May 18, 2019

The flaw that may have been leaking data since 2014 reportedly exposes routers that haven't had their default passwords changed, and it can even help lead hackers to physically locate devices and users in the real world.

Tim Cook tells Tulane University grads that 'my generation has failed you'

Saturday May 18, 2019

Apple's CEO has delivered a commencement speech to students at Tulane University in New Orleans and urged them to do better than his generation, and to be bold in what they try to achieve.

Steve Jobs' legacy & Apple Park celebrated by Lady Gaga concert

Saturday May 18, 2019

As rumored, Lady Gaga christened the new classic Apple logo-themed stage in the center of Apple Park with a concert, celebrating not just the opening of the headquarters, but what founder Steve Jobs did for the arts and the world.

T-Mobile 'crazy in love' promotion of OnePlus 7 Pro tweeted from iPhone

Saturday May 18, 2019

It was so hard to contain the excitement of having #OfficiallySwitchedtoAndroid that even a media influencer working for T-Mobile forgot to actually use the BKK OnePlus 7 Pro she was "crazy in love with" and instead tweeted out her new device relationship status from her iPhone.

Spotify begins testing 'Car Thing' voice assistant accessory

Friday May 17, 2019

In the next few weeks Spotify will begin a U.S. test of its first hardware, an auto accessory offering hands-free music control.

Apple Music promotes Tyler, The Creator's "Igor" with tickets to live performance and stream

Friday May 17, 2019

Apple Music will be streaming a performance of Tyler, The Creator's new album "Igor" on May 22, with the music streaming service promoting the album by offering free tickets to see the artist perform live in a show in Los Angeles.

Review: 5.11's AMP24 backpack can take your Mac or iPad into the brush

Friday May 17, 2019

5.11's AMP24 backpack is more concentrated on outdoor adventures -- or even combat -- than on carrying MacBooks and iPads to the office, but it could also be the last one you ever need.

How to turn Macs and iPhones into the best and fastest research tools

Friday May 17, 2019

There's a reason why so many college students use Macs and iPads. While you need to prepare carefully, and you need certain apps and tools, these devices are superb for research projects.

Lady Gaga rumored to play Apple Park's formal opening event

Friday May 17, 2019

Perhaps signaling the financial muscle Apple brings to bear, rumors claim that pop superstar Lady Gaga will sing for the formal opening of Apple Park this weekend.

Apple launches UK-only 'Behind the Mac' page promoting Mac music making

Friday May 17, 2019

In a slightly unusual move Apple has launched a new U.K.-only promo page, "Behind the Mac," selling people on Macs for all stages of music production.

'Minecraft Earth' brings AR-based block gaming to iOS this summer

Friday May 17, 2019

Minecraft is the latest franchise to make the transition to augmented reality, with the announcement Minecraft Earth will give players the ability to build block structures in their own back yard using an iPhone or iPad, starting with a closed beta commencing this summer.

How to delete all the audio recordings that Amazon Echo's Alexa has been making of you

Friday May 17, 2019

Every time you call out 'Alexa' -- or your Echo thinks you have -- you get recorded and those audio snippets are kept. Here's how to delete them and why Amazon says you shouldn't.

'Call of Duty: Mobile' beta goes live in India, expanding over 'coming months'

Friday May 17, 2019

Activision has opened up pre-registrations for "Call of Duty: Mobile," a free-to-play version of the popular first-person shooter for iOS and Android, developed with help from China's Tencent.

'Over the Rainbow' composer's estate sues Apple & others over 'pirated' music sales

Friday May 17, 2019

Apple and a large number of tech companies have become the subject of a new music lawsuit, with the estate of "The Wizard of Oz" track "Over the Rainbow" composer Harold Arlen accusing the firms of creating a "music piracy operation" that distributes unlicensed and unauthorized versions of copyrighted songs.