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2019

Apple facing antitrust examination in Russia

Thursday August 08, 2019

Russia has joined the list of countries taking a look at alleged antitrust law violations by Apple, this time, over removal of parental monitoring applications from the App Store.

Apple Music beta for Android tests Dark Mode and time-synced lyrics

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Apple Music subscribers with Android devices will soon gain access Dark Mode and time-synced lyrics, two new features slated to debut in the iOS version of the app this fall.

New 'Service' battery message in iOS pushes consumers toward official replacement

Wednesday August 07, 2019

When installing a third-party battery, or a genuine replacement, outside of Apple's authorized repair network, the latest version of iOS displays a new "Service" battery message in the Settings menu that suggests the cell has an undiagnosed problem, disallowing users from accessing Battery Health information.

Samsung's ARM-based Galaxy Book S lasts 23 hours, features touchscreen and LTE connectivity

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Samsung at its Unpacked event on Wednesday unveiled the Galaxy Book S, an addition to the company's Galaxy Book line that features an ARM-based Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for longer battery life.

Apple, Eli Lilly study seeks to determine whether iPhone and Apple Watch can detect dementia

Wednesday August 07, 2019

A research paper published this week reveals Apple and pharmaceutical titan Eli Lilly and Company are working together to determine whether consumer devices like iPhone and Apple Watch can manage Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

At Samsung Unpacked, CEO Satya Nadella escalates Microsoft partnership

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Samsung's "special guest" as teased by CEO DJ Koh was none other than Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, talking up an expansion of the long-running Samsung and Microsoft collaboration.

Everything new in iOS 13 beta 6

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Developer beta 6 of iOS 13 has been released. Here are all the changes found this time around including tweaks to folders, Control Center, and more.

First class action suit alleging damages from Siri recordings filed

Wednesday August 07, 2019

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple in regards to Siri quality control program recordings, alleging that the filer who may or may not have been recorded has been damaged by Apple's doing so, and that Apple never disclosed that recordings may be retained.

Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ arrive on Aug. 23

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ at their Unpacked event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Here's what Samsung's newest smartphone is bringing to the table and how much it's going to cost.

Apple may have acquired machine learning startup Fashwell

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Shopping search startup Fashwell employees started listing Apple as an employer on their LinkedIn profiles, hinting that the company may have been purchased by the iPhone maker.

Where the 2013 Mac Pro went right -- and wrong

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Unlike the original Mac Pro introduced on August 7, 2006, the 2013 version is already fading into memory and may be remembered for its flaws instead of its benefits.

Apple uploads four 'Shot on iPhone' ASMR videos to YouTube

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Apple has released four Apple ASMR videos that were shot on the iPhone to its Apple YouTube channel, each focusing on different popular triggers.

Apple releases sixth developer betas of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6 & tvOS 13

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Apple is on its sixth round of developer betas for its milestone operating system releases, this time with the sixth beta builds of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13.

'Right to Repair' debate in DC continues, focuses on monopoly busting

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Right-to-repair advocates -- and opponents -- are filing opinions with the US Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice, all hoping to influence the debate on whether or not tech firms have the right to dictate how and where their devices are repaired.

Apple Music launches Apple Digital Masters collection of high-quality songs

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Building on its previous 'Mastered for iTunes' program, Apple Music has a new initiative to promote the creation and sales of higher-quality songs on its service.

Re-emergence of China market is driving Apple's App Store recovery

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Morgan Stanley is telling its investors that the growth of Apple's App Store is accelerating after a previous decline, and that this is due to the a recovery in revenues from China.

General consumer interest in Apple Card is 'remarkably high,' says survey

Wednesday August 07, 2019

The benchmarking and survey company J.D. Power is predicting that Apple Card will be hit, based on the awareness and interest of US consumers ahead of its launch.

New Spectre-style Intel chip flaw can leak user data, but only in Windows

Wednesday August 07, 2019

PC users and those who are running Windows on a Mac may want to take a moment to update their operating systems, as a new flaw in Intel and ARM chips has been exposed.

Apple shines spotlight on Teacher Coding Academies

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Apple is hosting a series of training sessions for teachers, intended to instruct them on how to best educate the next generation on how to use the principles of coding in everyday tasks.

Apple News is beginning to pay off for some European publishers

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Even without Apple News+ being available in the region yet, publishers across Europe are reporting notable increases in revenues from Apple News.