A new deal between the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission will see U.S. regulators divide and conquer as they expand their oversight of Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook, according to multiple reports. New details have emerged of an agreement between the two U.S.
Apple has told developers to stop including third-party trackers in apps designed for kids — or they face having their apps pulled from the app store.
With Trump visiting London on Monday to hobnob with the queen, one industrious, climate-minded teen decided he knew just how he wanted to welcome the president: with a giant penis.?Guess who's been busy today mowing a stiff message for Trump under the Stansted flightpath...
Apple has a new feature it’s introducing for the Mac in macOS 10.15 Catalina that is admittedly amazing for anyone like me who happens to have both an iPad and a Mac. It’s called ‘Sidecar,’ and it lets you use your iPad as a second display – wired or wirelessly, and with Apple Pencil support […]
It's official: The next version of Apple's operating system for the Mac is macOS 10.15 Catalina.The new software update for Macs was announced at WWDC 2019 and will ship in the fall. As predicted, macOS 10.
Apple is dismantling its aging iTunes software with today’s announcement that it’s launching standalone versions of its Music, Podcasts and TV apps for Mac users on the next version of macOS, Catalina.
Apple announced during its WWDC keynote that iOS apps will run on macOS, starting with the next major release of macOS this fall —?macOS Catalina. Third-party developers will be able to release their iOS apps on the Mac starting this fall. This might seem like a small change,
When you need to find a photo on your iPhone, what do you do? There are tons of ways, but let's be honest. You probably just go to the camera roll and scroll through at lightning speed, trusting your eyes to pick out the target shot. That may change with Apple's new layout for Photos,
Get a load of this Apple cheese grater.?The new Mac Pro, unveiled onstage today at WWDC in San Jose, has all the grating power you'd expect from the latest and greatest Apple device that for some reason doesn't come with a Never Ending Pasta Pass. I mean, just look at this thing.?It costs $5,999,
Apple's Photos app on iOS is getting smarter.?The new version of the Photos app, available with the upcoming iOS 13 and launched during Apple's WWDC keynote on Monday, makes it easier to locate the photos you really want to see, and uses AI smarts to declutter your photo library.
Last week, a Skip scooter caught fire in Washington, D.C. In response, Skip grounded its fleet in D.C. Now, Skip has pulled its scooters off the streets of San Francisco. The scooter in question was found with its external battery on fire, which caused “minor damage” to a wall nearby.
It’s a cautionary tale we hear far too often: Company A, hiring staff and growing rapidly, finalized a 10-year lease for office space. One week after move-in they had filled their space to the brim...
Father’s Day is less than two weeks away, and if you haven’t yet decided what to get your dad in return for his constant love and support, we’d be happy to help aid you in your search.?While a coffee mug with a heartfelt message or a nice steak dinner may just make dad’s day,
Fake faceswap videos haven't overrun the internet or started a world war yet, but there are programmers working hard to improve detection tools as concern shifts to the potential use of such clips for the purposes of political propaganda.?
How could a three-book collection of short horror stories ever work as a single movie? This trailer has the answer.The first full look at Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark presents the titular tome as some kind of possessed object in which the stories printed on the inside come to life.
Say goodbye to the trash can. Apple's new Mac Pro is a more traditional machine that takes into account the specific needs of creative professionals, while enabling a layer of modular interactivity with other Apple devices that could totally change the way they work.
Apple is finally back in the monitor game. Today, at WWDC 2019, the company took the wraps off the Pro Display XDR to go along with a new Mac Pro. This is the first Apple monitor since the company discontinued the Thunderbolt Display in 2016. The screen is covered with a new type of matte […]
During Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) Monday, Apple delivered for people trying to upgrade their Memoji lewk. In iOS 13, Memoji users will be able to trick out their avatars with new hair color, hats, makeup, piercings, and even...customized teeth.Gap tooth for all.Image:
Thanks in no part to the ongoing shortage of entry-level processors and the United States' trade war with China, personal computers just keep getting more expensive. So when we stumble upon a deal for a super cheap laptop, we make sure to let you know.Speaking of:
This year's Stanley Cup final is a big deal for hockey fans, but perhaps an even bigger deal for fans of The Office.The beloved NBC comedy aired its final episode in 2013, but the network is showing it some serious love this Stanley Cup season because the St.
Apple’s audio hardware didn’t get a ton of love at WWDC but the devices didn’t go unmentioned, here’s what’s coming to your HomePod and AirPods. For AirPods users,
Apple shared plenty of news today at its WWDC 2019 annual developer conference, but a few of the announcements early on are potentially its biggest in terms of what they signal about the company and its direction. Specifically, Apple unveiled a new single-sign on unified ID platform,
Apple has spent years trying to live down the fiasco of swapping out Google for its own, underdeveloped version of Maps, and today at its WWDC event it unveiled a sizeable rebuild that that gives it a big leap in dynamic rendering and interactivity,
A storm of controversy has spun up around a tweet from a Nintendo parody account after less-than-savvy Twitter users — including former Trump aide Seb Gorka — put rage ahead of reading comprehension.?The tweet in questions comes from @NlntendoAmerica,
Apple will soon let you grant apps access to your iPhone’s location just once. Until now, there were three options — “always,” “never,” or “while using,” meaning an app could be collecting your real-time location as you’re using it.
Onstage at WWDC, Apple announced that iPad’s software will now exist inside its own vertical OS. iPadOS doesn’t look dramatically different from iOS 12, this actually might be the lamest update they’ve had in a while,
Today at Apple’s annual developer’s conference, Apple revealed the biggest update to CarPlay since its release. The revamped in-car system looks dramatically better, leaving behind the faux iPhone layout for something that looks better suited for us in cars. Until now,
We still don’t know exactly when Apple will launch its subscription streaming service TV+?(it’ll be sometime this fall), or how much it will cost, but CEO Tim Cook showed off a trailer for one of the original shows today at the Worldwide Developers Conference. That show is “For All Mankind,
The battle to dethrone Facebook just got kicked up a serious notch.?At Monday's WWDC conference in San Jose, California, Apple senior vice president Craig Federighi brought the heat against the social media giant. Standing in front of the gathered developers and members of the press,
Apple is giving iMessage a big upgrade with iOS 13, the company announced today at its Worldwide Developer Conference. At last, it will offer a way to get rid of those annoying gray initials that appear when someone isn’t in your Contacts with a photo you’ve uploaded. Instead,
Dark mode is coming to the iPhone.?At WWDC in San Jose on Monday, Apple software engineering senior vice president Craig Federighi showed off the new black background setting. "iOS now lives in the dark," he said.When iOS 13 rolls out to phones in the fall,
Apple shared some of the new features that you’ll get with the release of iOS 13 this fall at WWDC. “iOS 13 is a huge release packed with lot of capabilities,” VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi said. But Federighi immediately started with performance improvements. For instance,
Apple has a new way to stop third-party sites and services from getting your information when you sign up to an app. All too often, developers give users the chance to sign in with one-click — using data fed in from Facebook, Google or Twitter. “Now this can be convenient, but it also can come […]
Two of the most widely owned video game controllers on the planet will soon play nice with Apple products, starting (and presumably not ending) with Apple TV.
Apple wants you to channel your inner crank and turn down that racket.At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on Monday, it introduced a host of new features that come standard on watchOS 6. One that garnered somewhat self-conscious loud claps was 'Decibel Monitoring':
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