• Apple's HomePod is coming. What to know about smart speakers
Apple's HomePod is coming. What to know about smart speakers

Apple is hoping a new smart home speaker will strike a chord with music lovers - the latest test of the iPhone maker's ability to redefine markets originally staked out by its rivals. HomePod is coming in December for $349. Amazon has made incredible progress with building up an ecosystem of third-party Skills, which has helped cement Echo a...

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  • IPhones will block texts while driving in new update
IPhones will block texts while driving in new update

Here is a review on the new iOS 11 . More updates should follow. Apple says the feature can be turned off by saying you're a passenger on the phone. But what if you're a passenger in a auto and your phone goes to Do Not Disturb mode, even though you're not driving? Use Apple Music with your friends: "Shared Up Next", lets your fr...

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  • 10.5-Inch iPad Pro Details
10.5-Inch iPad Pro Details

The True Tone display is also a big improvement. It will also adjust the refresh rate depending on what you're doing to save power. Indeed, the A10X CPU has six cores, using big.LITTLE technology for three powerful and three efficient cores.

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  • IPad Pro Storms WWDC 2017 By Living Up To The 'Pro' Name
IPad Pro Storms WWDC 2017 By Living Up To The 'Pro' Name

Here's what you need to know about the refreshed models, including all the new features, upgrades, and specs. It has roughly the same footprint as the original iPad Pro 9.7-inch, but with a screen that is 20% larger. Battery life stays at the same 10 hour mark. There's also a front-facing FaceTime HD camera that is identical to the one in the iPho...

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  • HomePod: New Intelligent Home Speakers From Apple
HomePod: New Intelligent Home Speakers From Apple

That's a new focus for Apple as it competes with Google and Amazon . These giants are battling over still-emerging fields that are expected to turn into technological gold mines, much the way personal computers and smartphones became moneymaking machines in previous decades.

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  • Apple Expands Third Party iPhone Repair Capabilities
Apple Expands Third Party iPhone Repair Capabilities

Among the first recipients is Minneapolis-based Best Buy , which has long sold and serviced Apple products. According to Reuters , repairing cracked screens is a multi-billion dollar business, and Apple enjoys keeping as many of those billions for itself as it can.

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  • Apple iPad Pro 10.5 is available next week
Apple iPad Pro 10.5 is available next week

If you're curious about what the 10th Anniversary iPhone might look like this spring, then there might be some hints in the new iPad Pro. It has roughly the same footprint as the original iPad Pro 9.7-inch, but with a screen that is 20% larger.

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  • Amazon executive says he's open to Siri on Amazon Echo
Amazon executive says he's open to Siri on Amazon Echo

Apple HomePod quite expensive than the other two - and that too by a fair margin. However, at least until Sonos' deal with Amazon to add Alexa control, it lacks any sort of intelligence. It will be interesting to see how Apple Siri develops now that HomePod is set to launch. On the one hand, it's clearly created to appeal to the Apple ...

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  • IOS 11 Will let You Text Siri Instead Of Speaking To It
IOS 11 Will let You Text Siri Instead Of Speaking To It

In terms of operating system, now we have macOS High sierra , iOS 11 and watchOS 4 with lot of new features to play with. Apple told the developers they were overhauling the App Store, giving it a fresh look, and beginning to add the floor plans of shops and airports to its map program.

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  • Amazon Has a Few Things to Say About Apple's HomePod
Amazon Has a Few Things to Say About Apple's HomePod

Apple says its tough encryption is created to protect customer privacy. Which leads me to the downside of Apple's approach. Like the Amazon Echo and Google Home, the HomePod will play music while also helping people to manage their lives and homes.

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  • Here's our first look at Apple's new HomePod smart speaker
Here's our first look at Apple's new HomePod smart speaker

Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed rumors of the inclusion in an aside during his keynote at the WWDC Monday, an event covered by CNET . Timothy D. Cook, the company's chief executive said, "Pushing the device further than it ever has before".

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  • Latest Stocks: Aldermore Group PLC (ALD) Insider Sells £222394.88 in Stock
Latest Stocks: Aldermore Group PLC (ALD) Insider Sells £222394.88 in Stock

Alpine Assoc Mgmt owns 1.15M shares or 3.11% of their United States portfolio. Biolase Inc now has $81.52M valuation. Thrivent Financial For Lutherans holds 0.01% or 12,560 shares in its portfolio. The company was maintained on Tuesday, May 2 by JP Morgan. Pearson plc (Pearson) is a learning company. The Company is the fund management company (FM...

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  • Apple Is Phasing Out 32-bit Apps For macOS From January 2018
Apple Is Phasing Out 32-bit Apps For macOS From January 2018

An earlier report by the Sensor Towers had hinted on the Apple's decision to drop support for 32-bit devices and app with the software upgrade , but the action Apple would took was never officially confirmed. It now understands the context of what we are saying, thanks to the deep learning. Although the format is not exclusive to Apple , ...

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  • Apple Puts Siri Helper at Center of Growing Home-Tech Empire
Apple Puts Siri Helper at Center of Growing Home-Tech Empire

Apple's Siri assistant will be integrated into the $349 speaker, and can make music recommendations that pair with the company's Apple Music service, send text messages , check news and sports scores and control compatible home gadgets like lightbulbs and thermostats.

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  • We Want to 'Reinvent' Your Home Speakers, Apple CEO Tim Cook Says
We Want to 'Reinvent' Your Home Speakers, Apple CEO Tim Cook Says

Both speakers can respond to voice requests for the news , weather and tasks such as turning on the lights. It is the first new device Apple has announced in nearly three years. On the software side, upgrades made to Apple's iOS mobile operating system seem to be the real showstoppers, with the release of iOS 11 (pictured above).

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  • Woman accused of leak ordered to remain jailed pending trial
Woman accused of leak ordered to remain jailed pending trial

The case against victor, who worked for NSA contractor Pluribus International Corporation in August, Georgia, appears formidable. The FBI, in an affidavit, said she admitted to printing the classified report, taking it out of her office and mailing it to "the News Outlet", a reference to The Intercept .

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  • NASA spacecraft will aim straight for sun next year
NASA spacecraft will aim straight for sun next year

The arrays, or panels will retract and extend as the spacecraft moves around the sun , keeping it at a safe temperature and also powering it with the sun . The probe is now under construction and undergoing testing, according to Time . Several instruments are already integrated and majority should be attached by the end of the summer, Fox said...

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  • The battle of the home speaker AI assistant is coming to Canada
The battle of the home speaker AI assistant is coming to Canada

They say that Siri can also handle advanced searches within the music library, so users can ask questions like " Hey Siri , who's the drummer in this?" or create a shared Up Next queue with everyone in the home. Better hope you're using Apple's calendar application. But Google and Apple don't offer a budget option at all. Apple is als...

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  • Apple is finally turning the iPad into a computer
Apple is finally turning the iPad into a computer

But as with every latest iteration of the iOS , there are some devices that Apple has made a decision to no longer support. When it does detect that the owner is driving, the screen will stay dark and notifications will be silenced. This will be handy if you're using larger iPhone Plus models. " Apple's base should like it, because they are...

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  • Donald Trump breaks his silence on 'leaker' James Comey
Donald Trump breaks his silence on 'leaker' James Comey

When asked why he hadn't asked the president to drop the matter, Comey said he was "stunned". I think we know who it is. No, I didn't say that. "Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication. Comey said Thursday that the memos he wrote were unclassified. This begs follow-up. Special counsel Mueller will now cert...

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