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Science & Technology | Tech

Here's Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2021

iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, watchOS 8, new Health app and privacy features, and much, much more.

Business & Finance | Business

The untold story of Stripe, the secretive $20bn startup driving Apple, Amazon and Facebook

Patrick and John Collison have democratised online payments – and reshaped the digital economy in the process

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These Apps Collect the Most Personal Data

Tired of your favorite apps grabbing your personal data and selling it to third parties? Take a look at these privacy-focused alternatives.

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Amazon will share your home Wi-Fi with strangers' devices — this is how to opt out

Amazon has one of the largest ecosystems of smart home gadgets on the market today. From Echo speakers to Ring's lineup of security cameras and doorbells,

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WhatsApp now won’t limit functionality if you don’t accept its new privacy policy

WhatsApp-owned Facebook has reversed course and now says that users who don’t accept its new privacy policy actually won’t see limited functionality over time.

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iOS 14.6 brings new tricks. Here are all the best iPhone and iPad features to try

Apple just released iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6, which boosts an already great bundle of tricks with even more features for your iPhone and iPad.

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Stop Calling the iPad Pro a Laptop Replacement. It's Much More Than That

The 2021 iPad Pro finally answers the question of whether it can replace your laptop, but the answer might not be what you think.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

The Best iPhone Camera Apps of 2021

As there is not a one-size-fits-all best camera for all, there certainly is not any single best iPhone app, but these are the best for most.

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The 7-Step Process to Launching Your Podcast for Free

With the right tools and strategy, you don't need money to launch a successful podcast.

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Report says Facebook’s creepy data collection lets Big Pharma target your illness

Facebook is at the center of two different privacy issues that have the same thing in common: Facebook appears to want unchecked access to your information.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Completely delete your Facebook account, loose ends and all - CNET

Deleting your Facebook account isn't as simple as clicking a button. Here's everything you need to know.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How Intel is leveraging AI to drive sales

Intel is adopting AI internally to bolster its sales and marketing efforts, including through the use of natural language processing.

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Why Almost No One Is Getting the Fastest Form of 5G

A new report shows that US mobile customers are tapping into the technology’s speediest networks less than 1 percent of the time.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Tula Mic - For Calls and Recording - Famadillo.com

The Tula Mic is one of the highest-end microphones that I’ve seen and probably the easiest to use.  It looks gorgeous and it is so well designed. So lets

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

The new iPad Pro is an incredible technological feat, but why should you upgrade?

Just a few weeks ago, I shared my thoughts on why the 2018 iPad Pro is one of the best products Apple has ever made and talked about how it was “one of the most future-proof computers ever made.” The key point I was trying to convey was that the 2020 iPad

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Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event today

It’s Apple event day! From tweaks to the Apple Card to all new iMacs and iPads, Apple crammed this one-hour event with news. Don’t have time to sit down and click through every last announcement? We’ve slimmed it down to just the key points for maximum sk

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This awesome iPhone trick that went viral on TikTok just blew my mind

Amidst a sea of iPhone tutorial videos that have seemingly infiltrated TikTok, I recently stumbled across an iPhone tip that genuinely blew me away. In a video that started making the rounds a few weeks ago, Erik Tollefsrud shows how easy it is to record

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A huge new hacking threat was just discovered

"You have the watches," goes a famous quote with different variations throughout history but most recently attributed to a captured Taliban commander, "but we have the time.

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This site tells you if Google’s new ad tech is ‘spying’ on you

Google vowed a few weeks ago to stop allowing advertisers to track users online with third-party cookies, a move intended to improve user privacy. But Google also said at the time that it would introduce FLoC (or Federated Learning of Cohorts), a new tech

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Apple employees knew that if Steve Jobs turned off his iPhone, it meant one thing – BGR

Most of us, when we think of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, probably fixate on the stereotype of him as a detail-obsessed quasi-workaholic, whose near-mania when it came to the seemingly tiniest details brought about world-changing products like the iP

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Google AI manager resigns following controversial firings of two top researchers - The Verge

Samy Bengio is quitting just months after star AI ethics researcher Timnit Gebru was fired. Her co-lead on the ethical AI team, Margaret Mitchell, was terminated in February.

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Here’s more fodder for the Apple vs. Android debate – BGR

Ahead of Apple CEO Tim Cook participating in an interview with The New York Times' Kara Swisher released on Monday -- an interview which generated tons of news headlines, thanks to Cook discussing everything from Facebook to Parler, Elon Musk, privacy, iO

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iOS 14.5 brings new Siri voices to your iPhone and iPad. Here's how you can use them

Tired of talking to the same ol' Siri? iOS 14.5 gives you more options for a total of four.

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Hidden iPhone Tips and Tricks That Will Make You an iOS Expert

Apple's iOS is a pretty user-friendly mobile operating system, but there's plenty of hidden power under the hood. These tips will help you become a true iPhone guru.

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How to opt out of Chrome’s user tracking tool that replaces cookies – BGR

Google promised a few weeks ago that it would not develop new user-tracking tools once it kills third-party cookies in the near future. Cookies are part of the current web-browsing experience on desktop and mobile.

Science & Technology | Social Media

10 Popular Instagram Tools to Up Your Marketing Game

You want consistency, engagement and results. Here's how to accomplish all three.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook denies its algorithms are a problem, but launches a tool to more easily view a non-algorithmic News Feed

Following years of backlash over its algorithms and their ability to push people to more extreme content, which Facebook continues to deny, the company today announced it would give its users new tools to more easily switch over to non-algorithmic views o

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15 iPhone settings you'll wonder why you didn't change sooner

From Face ID working with a facial covering to Do Not Disturb and longer battery life, all are instantly achievable on your iPhone with some quick settings changes.

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Zoom Escaper lets you sabotage your own meetings with audio problems, crying babies, and more - The Verge

Had enough Zoom meetings? Free app Zoom Escaper will help you self-sabotage your next video call with audio problems and sound effects. Choose from crying babies, construction noises, unwanted echoes, and more to gift yourself with a reason to drop the ca

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter Spaces will soon have a 'Tip Jar' to let users support content creators with donations

As Twitter plans to release its new Spaces audio feature to all users starting next month, the company has been implementing new features to make the platform more interesting for content creators. 9to5Mac has found additional evidence on iOS that Twitter

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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel March 14, 2021

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel March 14, 2021This week’s positive Israel newsletter is full of Israeli innovations and activities that benefit the planet. They include positive coronavirus vaccination information, Covid-19 treatments an

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Candy XL Updates are live | Pokémon GO Hub

Yesterday evening, Niantic announced that Candy XL mechanics are getting a substantial update. The official March updates blog post was updated to reflect this: Trading Pokémon will have a chance […]

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Apple must face consumer privacy lawsuit in open court, judge rules

Apple has been denied an effort to move a consumer privacy lawsuit to private arbitration today. The case involves customer complaints against Apple and T-Mobile over iMessage and FaceTime not being as secure as they’re marketed. Reported by Bloomberg, th

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Warp Drive: Scientists Say a Physical Warp Drive Is Now Possible

For the first time, scientists have introduced a physical model for warp drive. That means humans are one step closer to traveling at faster-than-light speeds.

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How to Delete Your Old Online Accounts (and Why You Should)

You’ve probably signed up for a lot of online services that you no longer use. Most of those accounts probably still exist, and they likely contain a mix of your personal data, identity details, and credit card numbers. Don’t leave juicy targets lying aro

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Google Says It's Committed to Privacy. What It Isn't Saying Should Worry You

The company says it will stop tracking users across third-party websites, but that's not the important part.

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Apple Launches Service for Transferring iCloud Photos and Videos to Google Photos

Apple this week introduced a new service that's designed to make it quick and easy for iCloud users to transfer their stored photos and videos to...

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Parler sues Amazon again, alleging breach of contract, defamation

Social media company Parler filed a second lawsuit against Amazon and Amazon Web Services this week, alleging breach of contract and defamation.

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Facebook will pay $650 million to settle class action suit centered on Illinois privacy law | TechCrunch

Facebook was ordered to pay $650 million Friday for running afoul of an Illinois law designed to protect the state’s residents from invasive privacy practices. That law, the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), is a powerful state measure that’s trip

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iPhone 13 release date: When can we expect to see the new phones?

It may seem like the iPhone 12 just came out, but Apple is already looking towards the iPhone 13. Here's what we know about a potential release date.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

New AI ‘Deep Nostalgia’ brings old photos, including very old ones, to life

Deep Nostalgia can take photos from any camera and create a life-like animation. The AI program uses pre-recorded driver videos of facial movements and applies the one that works best for the still photo in question, so you can take photos of deceased lov

News | News

The Citizen App Will Now Tell You Why Helicopters Are Making a Racket in Your Neighborhood

The Citizen app won’t stop helicopters from interrupting your nap, but it can at least tell you why they're overhead.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

How to Turn the Apple Logo on the Back of Your iPhone Into a Customizable Button

PSA: You can program the Apple logo on the back of your iPhone to perform all sorts of tasks at the tap of your finger.

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How to stop your emails from being tracked - The Verge

One of the basic steps you can take to avoid trackers is to stop your email from automatically loading images since that’s where the majority of these pixels hide.

Gaming | Video Games

Got Game? Play Classic Games On Your Mac Without an Emulator

Some of our readers have been using Apple computers since the very early days of the company; many are new to the Mac. In the 1980s, a lot of low-res

Gaming | Video Games

Internet Arcade - Play Classic Games

The Internet Arcade is a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s, emulated in JSMAME, part of the JSMESS software package.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Canon launches 'Photo Culling' iPhone app to intelligently keep your best photos and delete the rest

Canon is out with its take on a duplicate photo removal tool for specifically made for iPhone. But this one goes beyond just a duplicate finder. The idea with the new Photo Culling app is to use AI to easily find and keep your best photos while being able

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Kanto Tour Details Announced: Shiny Ditto, Masterwork Research, Collection Challenges | Pokémon GO Hub

Niantic has shared more details on the upcoming Pokémon GO Tour Kanto Event, including a Special Research quest line that leads to encountering a Shiny Ditto and brand a new type of Research called Masterwork Research. We got all the details below! On t

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon Go Lunar New Year event: How to complete each quest task and field research • Eurogamer.net

Everything you need to know about the Lunar New Year event in Pokémon, including how to complete the research quest and each field research explained.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

What to do with old/dying AirPods – replacements, recycling

This guide looks at what you can do with old/dying AirPods to replace them with Apple and third-parties, how to recycle them, and more.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

15 tips to boost your website's SEO

Use these 15 website SEO tips to rank higher in search results and get more traffic to your page.

Science & Technology | Tech

Google’s next big Chrome update will rewrite the rules of the web

Google’s impending takedown of third-party cookies in Chrome is a big win for privacy. And Google

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook plans to reduce political content in the News Feed

Facebook's business continues to fire on all cylinders even as the company faces growing scrutiny from regulators over its acquisitions and from critics for the role its platform may have played in spreading lies about the US presidential election.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Robinhood no longer allows users to buy GameStop, AMC, BlackBerry shares

Stock trading app Robinhood has halted purchases of GameStop shares following its recent massive price rise.

Gaming | Video Games

How Did the Duck Hunt Gun Work? | Mental Floss

The Duck Hunt gun, officially called the NES Zapper, seems downright primitive next to today's technology. But in the late '80s, it filled plenty of young heads with wonder.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Apple issues new warning: Keep your iPhone six inches away from your pacemaker

An important heads-up for iPhone owners: Apple is warning customers that its smartphones could interfere with medical devices, including pacemakers.

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Apple faces yet another lawsuit over throttling iPhones - The Verge

A consumer advocacy group in Europe has filed the latest lawsuit against Apple saying the company intentionally throttled older iPhones in Italy. The suit seeks €60 million in compensation, about €60 per device.

Science & Technology | Technology

In a first, successful artificial cornea transplant restores Israeli man's eyesight

Israel medical tech startups have recently delivered breakthroughs in the field, including use of AI to amplify success of IVF procedures. The synthetic cornea was created out of non-degradable material by CorNeat.

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Facebook spent more on lobbying than any other Big Tech company in 2020

Tech companies disclosed their lobbying spending for the fourth quarter late Thursday night, revealing big swings in spending from 2019 to 2020.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Object that whizzed by Earth probably came from alien world, Harvard professor asserts - CBS News

Harvard's Avi Loeb says object that whizzed by Earth in 2017 was probably debris from an advanced alien technology – space junk from many light years away.

Science & Technology | Tech

YouTube launches hashtag landing pages to all users | TechCrunch

YouTube is embracing the hashtag. The company has been quietly working on a new feature that allows users to better discover content using hashtags — either by clicking on a hashtag on YouTube or by typing in a hashtag link directly. Before, these actions

Science & Technology | Tech News

The next iPhone might have an in-screen fingerprint scanner | Engadget

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company’s engineers see this as an “S” kind of year after they built so many improvements into the iPhone 12.

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Beware! Nasty Windows 10 bug can corrupt your hard drive — and it's super easy to trigger

Security researchers have warned about a Windows 10 bug that can cause major damage to your hard drive, and all it takes is to look at a folder it's hiding in.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO’s January Community Day Features Machop and Payback | Pokemon.com

Catch loads of Machop, evolve Machoke into a Machamp that knows a special move, and enjoy other superpowered bonuses.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Parler Judge Balks at Quick Action to Restore Site on Amazon - Bloomberg

Parler is likely to remain offline, at least in the near-term, after a judge indicated she’s likely to take a slower, considered approach whether to force Amazon.com Inc. to restore its web-hosting service for the conservative social media platform.Amazon

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Trump's Snapchat account to be permanently banned | TheHill

Snapchat plans to permanently ban President Trump’s account from the social media platform once President-elect Joe Biden takes office later this month, a Snapchat spokesperson confirmed to The Hill. 

Politics | Politics

Parler CEO says social media app, favored by Trump supporters, may not return

Matze said that Parler was talking to more than one cloud computing service but refused to disclose names, citing the likelihood of harassment for the companies involved.

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FTC and State AGs v. Facebook: Monopolization Law Faces Biggest Challenge in Decades

The FTC and attorneys general of 48 states recently filed antitrust lawsuits against Facebook for allegedly monopolizing the “personal social network services” market. Jonathan Rubin and Jennifer M. Oliver, partners at MoginRubin LLP, say the agencies wil

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Yes, You Can Still Use WhatsApp—But Change These 3 Critical Settings First

While you don't need to quit WhatsApp—you do need to make these changes now...

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

The 10 Coolest Tech and Gadget Reveals of CES 2021 (So Far)

Big brands are already rolling out innovations both useful and out-there at the virtual CES 2021, from smart TVs to gaming accessories.

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Parler sues Amazon for suspending app from cloud service, claims antitrust violation and breach of contract

Alternative social media platform Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon on Monday following Amazon Web Services' decision to suspend Parler from its cloud hosting service following last week's deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Politics | Politics

Payment processor Stripe bans Trump campaign - Axios

It's an escalation of Big Tech's reaction to last week's D.C. insurrection, and the first to directly target money flows.

Politics | Politics

Amazon delivers a killing blow to the pro-Trump social network, Parler

Amazon informed Parler that the pro-Trump social network which was one staging ground for the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, will be suspended from AWS.

Politics | Big Tech vs Conservatives

Apple, Google and Amazon Team Up to Shut Down Parler Proving the 'Build Your Own Platform' People Were the Clowns We've Always Known They Were

It is time to destroy Big Tech

Business & Finance | Business

This tech startup helps companies build custom software without any code

Unqork is a three-year-old software platform that's helping clients like Liberty Mutual, New York City and Goldman Sachs build custom software without writing a single line of code. Gary Hoberman, founder and CEO of Unqork, and Laela Sturdy, CapitalG gene

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'TV Remote' turns your iPhone into a universal control for TVs

TV Remote app lets you use your iPhone or iPad as a remote control for Smart TVs from LG, Samsung, Hitachi, Toshiba, Sharp, and more.

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Amazon Might Be Working on an Alexa-Enabled Sleep Apnea Gadget

Amazon might be working on an Alexa-enabled device that could potentially track sleep and detect sleep apnea, according to a Business Insider report.

Business & Finance | Business

These Are the Cities Techies Are Really Moving to, According to New LinkedIn Data

Techies (including Elon Musk) are all fleeing to Austin and Miami, right? The real story is more complicated.

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How to change your video background in Microsoft Teams - The Verge

Microsoft’s Teams business app now allows you to hide your messy home office by adding a variety of backgrounds.

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Apple’s entire iPhone 13 lineup might get a massive camera upgrade

The iPhone 13 leaks are already piling up even though the new year has barely begun, with the latest report suggesting that Apple is giving the camera a big upgrade across the entire iPhone 13 lineup.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Leading computer scientists debate the next steps for AI in 2021

What do we need to push AI to the next level? A panel of experts hosted by Montreal AI discussed possible answers.

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10 smart tech tricks you’ll wish you knew sooner

Your iPhone can actually learn new tricks and find out how apps spy on you and more with 10 smart tech tips from Kim Komando.

Entertainment | Streaming

Streaming services face their real test in 2021

“Next year, all of those services are leveling up to a different world, where people are going to need to start paying for it."

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Windows 7: A year after the end-of-support deadline, millions choose not to upgrade

Microsoft officially ended support for its one-time flagship operating system, Windows 7, at the start of 2020. As the year draws to a close, I ran the numbers to see how many PCs are still running this unsupported OS. Spoiler: It's a big number,

Gaming | Pokemon Go

The Lore of Mew | Pokémon GO Hub

Mew is the original Mythical Pokémon, introduced in Generation I, the Kanto region. It is known as the ‘New Species Pokémon’ and is a pure type. It is number 151 in the Pokédex, making it the last Pokémon in the original Pokédex. Mew is incredibl

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26 great apps for your new 2020 Windows PC

If you’re switching to Windows for the first time or you just want to step up your Microsoft Store game, these are some of the best apps to consider.

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Apple car will launch later than we thought, report claims

A new report Apple might not launch its rumored electric, self-driving car before 2025-2027, and possibly even later than that.

Gaming | Gaming

Best cheap gaming laptops under $1,000 for 2021 - CNET

Better entry-level graphics chips mean terrific performance for less money.

Science & Technology | Tech

10 smart tech tricks you’ll wish you knew sooner

Developers put all kinds of secrets, shortcuts, and hidden tricks into the gadgets you use every day. Here’s one I bet you didn’t know before now.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Here’s a Simple Way to Mark the 100 Texts You Haven’t Yet Read as ‘Read’ on Your iPhone

Unsubscribing from text alerts and leaving group messages might be a good long-term solution to your unread text problem—but here’s a quicker fix.

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Apple Just Gave Millions Of Users A Reason To Keep Their iPhones

Apple has revealed it is working to fix perhaps the biggest omission from iPhones and iPads...

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There Are Thousands More SolarWinds Hacks Waiting to Happen

The recent SolarWinds hack represents several massive failures of leadership, policy, and cybersecurity procedure and is a warning that the worst may be yet to come.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Google’s Antitrust Cases: A Guide for the Perplexed | WIRED

The company is facing multiple lawsuits from the Department of Justice and three dozen states. Here’s what you need to know.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Facebook Attacks Apple Software Changes in Newspaper Ads

Facebook Inc. lashed out at Apple Inc. in a series of full-page newspaper ads, claiming the iPhone maker’s coming mobile software changes around data gathering and targeted advertising are bad for small businesses.

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Back Tap: Automate Your Life with this Handy iOS 14 Feature

Exploring the features of a new OS release is like visiting a part of the world you’ve never seen before. One feature I recently discovered in iOS 14

Politics | Politics

Oracle says it will move HQ from Silicon Valley to Texas

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) — Tech giant Oracle Corp. said Friday it will move its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas, and let many employees choose their office locations and decide...

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SpaceX flies its Starship rocket to 40,000 feet, just misses the landing in explosive finale | TechCrunch

SpaceX is one step closer to replacing its Falcon line of active duty spacecraft: Its Starship prototype “SN8” achieved a major milestone in the ongoing spacecraft’s development program, flying to a height of around 40,000 feet at SpaceX’s development fac

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How to Customize a Start Page in macOS Big Sur’s Safari

You can customize the new start page in macOS Big Sur’s Safari to make it your own by setting a background image and selecting which sections are displayed.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter users complain of timelines being overrun with ‘Promoted Tweets’ | TechCrunch

Twitter’s timeline is currently overrun with ads for some users, in what appears to be a glitch involving the distribution of Promoted Tweets. Typically, a Promoted Tweet — which is just a regular tweet an advertiser has paid to promote more broadly — wil

Politics | Politics

Wi-Fi slow? Best ways to fix Wi-Fi problems

There are plenty of reasons your Wi-Fi keeps slowing down: signal congestion, router location, firmware issues, hardware limitations, or even the physical size of your home. Then again, it could just be your neighbors.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

What Shiny Pokémon Are Still Missing From the Kanto Region? | Pokémon GO Hub

With the announcement of the Lake Legends Event we have finally have shiny Goldeen being released into Pokémon GO, one of the last few remaining Kanto region Pokémon that haven’t had their shiny forms released yet. So what other Kanto Pokémon are we

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple might have one final hardware surprise in store for 2020 – BGR

Apple might be preparing to announce a new product on Tuesday, December 8th. A leaked memo reveals that Apple is telling technicians to prepare for AppleCare-related changes next Tuesday at 5:30 a.m. PT. Apple last this request right before the iPhone 12

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Rare Candy Tier List - Best Pokémon to use your Rare Candy on | Pokémon GO Hub

How many times have you looked at your rare candy count and thought: “Alright, I know I have to use them on something, but which Pokémon should be getting them?”. I’ve had this problem for a while and that’s why I decided to write this article. W

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO XP-rebalancing is now live worldwide - Here's what changed | PokéWreck

Trainers, As a part of the Pokemon GO Beyond, Niantic has introduced a new XP Rebalancing System worldwide and made a lot more easier to get XP to level up. Here are the changes in the XP observed in the... Continue Reading →

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

14 essential Siri time-savers you may have overlooked

Your iPhone’s virtual assistant can help you find a gas station, split a check, convert measurements, and more—all with a minimum number of taps.

Politics | Politics

How to enable automatic spam call blocking on iPhone

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Spam calls are a menace in any country. Don’t you hate it someone calls you to offer a car loan when you don’t even o

Business & Finance | Business

How to Create Multiple Revenue Streams in a Tech Startup

Multiple revenue streams coming from a single website or a group of websites is ideal for maximizing profits in the online business.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook’s latest ad tool fail puts another dent in its reputation | TechCrunch

Reset yer counters: Facebook has had to ‘fess up to yet another major ad reporting fail. This one looks like it could be costly for the tech giant to put right — not least because it’s another dent in its reputation for self reporting. (For past Facebook

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Viewers Petition Netflix to Stop Cutting Off End Credits | Mental Floss

Composer Daniel Pemberton compared Netflix cutting off the end credits to a waiter “[shoving] a new menu under your nose” when you’ve barely finished eating.

Science & Technology | Technology

Why iOS 14's Picture in Picture feature will transform your iPhone experience

The iPhone now has one of Android's beloved features, and we'll show you how to use it.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO Level 40 to 50 Guide: XP, Level up Tasks and Rewards | Pokémon GO Hub

A comprehensive guide to levelling up from 40 to 50 in Pokémon GO. The guide includes all Level-up tasks, XP requirements and level rewards. At the time of writing this guide, the XP requirement and rewards for each Level are known, but the exact level-u

Gaming | Pokemon Go

The Many Forms of Vivillon and Where to Find Them | Pokémon GO Hub

Hey Trainers, with Gen 6 just around the corner, there’s one Pokémon that could be really unique in an AR game: Vivillon. With 18 regionally specific forms, Vivillon is poised to be the most widespread regional in the game! At least all it’s forms co

Science & Technology | Tech

AI and the transformation of the medical world | VentureBeat

Tremendous gains have been made in medical imaging and AI focusing mainly on cardiovascular, ophthalmology, neurology, and cancer detection.

Science & Technology | Tech

If you see your password on this list, change it as soon as possible – BGR

NordPass released a list of the 200 most common passwords of the year 2020 this week. Most of the passwords on this list also appeared on the 2019 list, and a vast majority of them can be cracked by a hacker in less than a second.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Apple to pay $113M settlement over its iPhone 'batterygate' slowdowns

The settlement involves the 2017 revelation that Apple was purposely slowing older phones when their batteries began to degrade.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO Beyond Update Guide | Pokemon GO Hub

Level 50, Generation 6, Seasons and a metric ton of quality of life updates is coming to Pokémon GO from November 30 onwards. GO Beyond update

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Shiny Slowpoke, Shiny Meltan from the Mystery Box, and more during the Pokémon HOME event! - Pokémon GO

In celebration of Pokémon GO’s integration with Pokémon HOME, a special event will be taking place soon! Activate a Mystery Box during the event, and you might encounter a Shiny Meltan.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Here's the deal with those Instagram DM updates you might have gotten

By bringing Messenger to Instagram, Insta is more tightly intertwined with Facebook than ever before.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Develop AI Tech To Detect Early Signs Of Suicide Risk

The suicide risk detection tech is based on the automatic text analysis of social network content via machine learning and NLP algorithms.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

This AI-Algorithm Generated 3,000 New Pokémon

Using machine learning models, Matthew Rayfield let a computer dream up thousands of never-before-imagined monsters.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Use Your iPhone or iPad to Record Video Directly on Your Mac

If you have macOS Yosemite or later, you can use your iPhone or iPad as a video camera to record directly to your Mac using QuickTime. Here’s how!

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Watch SpaceX launch 4 astronauts to the ISS Saturday | Live Science

NASA and SpaceX are all set to launch a full crew into space tomorrow (Nov. 14) from Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This will be the first operational crew mission leaving U.S. soil, since the final space shuttle launch in July 2011.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Best 'Pokemon Go' Teams For Battle League 5's Little Cup | Tech Times

Here are some of the best teams you can form and their movesets to help you win more rewards on GO Battle League 5's Little Cup.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

iPhone 13 Pro leak reveals the phone’s most important upgrade – BGR

Apple is reportedly bringing its LTPO display technology to the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. Low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) technology allows for more power-efficient displays, which means the next iPhone models might have better battery li

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

4 Tech Trends You Don't Want to Overlook in the Post Covid World | Inc.

Tech innovations to watch as they move forward in light of the response to coronavirus.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Instagram redesigns its home screen for the first time in years, adding Reels and Shop tabs - The Verge

Instagram redesigned its home screen to include Reels and Shop tabs. The Likes and upload button are moving to the top right-hand corner of the home screen next to the DMs inbox.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Should Remote Trading be in Pokémon GO? | Pokemon GO Hub

Hi there trainers! In of the recent APK teardowns, there was a very small mention of a “trade ball” and this got me thinking about (surprisingly) trading. There has been absolutely no hint from Niantic or anywhere else that remote trading is being looked

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Israeli Tech Protects World’s Most Scarce, Essential Resource: Water

Israeli company BlueGreen Water Technologies is treating lakes and other bodies of water worldwide for harmful algae blooms.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

0.191.1 APK Teardown: XL Candy and Pokémon HOME discoveries | Pokemon GO Hub

0.191.1 is a small Pokémon GO update feature wise, but it seems to be a large one for the data mining community, as it contains a lot of code that has been de-obfuscated, allowing new findings and discoveries. Our readers should first read these articles

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go has its best year ever with more than $1 billion in revenue - CNET

The figure comes from app data site Sensor Tower which credits developer Niantic for adapting the game to the stay-at-home market.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

WhatsApp makes it easier to free up space with new storage management tool - The Verge

Freeing up storage space on WhatsApp can be tricky if you have lots of important chats on the app. That’s why the company is introducing a new storage management tool that makes it easier to identify and bulk delete wasteful content, like files that have

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Where the heck is Kecleon?! | Pokemon GO Hub

Trainers, there has been a specific Pokemon that has eluded the game world of Pokemon Go for a while now: Kecleon. This Pokemon was one of the first Generation 3 Pokemon to be revealed (along with Azurill and Wailmer) in the main series of Pokemon games.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

October Event Shiny Rates - The Silph Road

Our team of eager researchers spent the month of October fervently tracking down Shiny Pokémon and meticulously recording data. Let's take a look at what their efforts tell us about the various shiny rates.

Humor | Humor

Apple will replace your defective AirPods Pro free of charge – BGR

Apple is replacing defective AirPods Pro models that make crackling or static sounds for free. Some AirPods Pro that were manufactured before October 2020 have sound issues that cannot be fixed, and Apple will replace these units after examining them.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple announces Apple Silicon Mac special event for November 10 | AppleInsider

In a virtual invite sent out on Monday, Apple has announced that it is having a "One more thing" event on November 10, at 1:00 PM Eastern Time.

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Online and Offline marketing Intigration to Grow Your Business

To grow your business, you have to find a balance while using offline and online marketing methods. Here are some tips to consider