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Apple reiterates its support of the DACA program

2 weeks 1 day ago
Apple has filed a brief with the Supreme Court supporting the preservation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, with CEO Tim Cook and Senior Vice President for Retail and People Deirdre O'Brien putting their names on the filing alongside the company for the first time, reports AppleInsider. 
Dennis Sellers

Research group: 5G iPhone sales will soar in 2020

2 weeks 1 day ago
Strategy Analytics in a newly published report from the Device Technologies (EDT) practice, forecasts that 5G devices, from a sluggish start in 2019 will take off in 2020. The report, Global Smartphone Sales Forecast by Technology for 88 Countries to 2024 shows that within five years 5G phones will equal nearly half of all phones sold.
Dennis Sellers

Chubby Buttons Action Sports Device Controller: Funny Name, Awesome Product

2 weeks 1 day ago
We’ve all been in those annoying situations… It’s 10°F outside, your iPhone is in your pants pocket, and you want to change playlists or just pause the music so you can talk to someone. After taking off the gloves, dropping one on the ground, digging into your pocket with frozen fingers, and otherwise getting annoyed, you wonder if it was worth the trouble! The Chubby Buttons Action Sports Device Controller ($39.99) can make life easier: just strap this 5-button controller to your arm and punch the appropriate button (even with gloves on) to make your changes.
Steven Sande

Apple to ease some restrictions on third-party apps using Siri

2 weeks 1 day ago
Apple told Bloomberg's Mark Gurman that it will ease some restrictions on developers of third-party apps wishing to use Siri, the company’s “personal digital assistant,” following a Bloomberg News story about the rise of in-house software that gets prized default status on iPhones and iPads.  
Dennis Sellers

London appeals court revives Google iPhone tracking case

2 weeks 1 day ago
An appeals court in London on Wednesday revived a multibillion-pound privacy suit brought by an activist accusing Google of tracking iPhone users, ruling that he can seek damages from the technology giant on the behalf of 4.4 million consumers in Britain, reports Law360 (a subscription is required to read the entire article).
Dennis Sellers

How to use external storage devices with iPadOS

2 weeks 1 day ago
With the introduction of iPadOS, Apple has finally allowed you to use external storage with an iPad. There’s support for external storage volumes, including USB drives, SD cards, and SMB file servers, all of which appear as volumes inside Apple’s also updated Files app.
Dennis Sellers

Capto: Easily Record, Edit & Share Images & Videos from Your Mac Screen

2 weeks 2 days ago
Whether you’re making screencasts for work, editing camcorder or iPhone video, or want to make a copy of a favorite online video, Capto ($16.99) is an easy and full-powered way to accomplish your video goals. We have this app available on sale at 43% off of the usual price, so there’s never been a better time to get this solution for Mac.
Steven Sande

A look at NOMAD’s Active Rugged, Rugged Folio cases for the iPhone

2 weeks 2 days ago
NOMAD has released new, handsome leather cases for the latest iPhone and all are compatible with Qi wireless charging. At least one of their reasonably priced cases will suit everyone — unless he’s looking for a “flavor” rather than rustic brown or black. I’ve had a chance to experiment with the Active Rugged Case and the Rugged Folio.
Dennis Sellers
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