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Richard Adhikari
Facebook Sets Up Political Advocacy Group as High-Tech Teeters on Edge
05/13/20 12:31 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 887 Words

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle, as well as several government agencies, have launched antitrust and other investigations against Facebook, Google , Microsoft, Apple and Amazon.

Facebook's launch of American Edge might be an attempt to play defense. Fifty-five percent...

John P. Mello Jr.
Thunderbolt Flaw Opens Door for 'Evil Maid' Attack
05/12/20 10:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1088 Words

However, any Apple computers that have been reconfigured purposefully to boot directly to other operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows or Linux , are vulnerable to Thunderspy, he told TechNewsWorld.

"Any Windows or Linux virtual machines running on top of macOS...

Richard Adhikari
Microsoft Covers All the Bases With Impressive Surface Lineup
05/07/20 9:43 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1353 Words

The Microsoft Surface originally was positioned as an alternative to Apple, and the Surface Go 2 "comes the closest to providing a compelling iPad alternative," observed Enderle.

The Surface Go 2 has a 10.5-inch PixelSense display, an 8 MP rear...

Richard Adhikari
Salesforce Revamps Work.com to Help Businesses Address Pandemic
05/06/20 8:35 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 989 Words

Privacy Issues
Privacy concerns are not going to be an issue "if added to the work done by Apple and Google on Bluetooth and with opt-in," Wang remarked.

"The focus here is really on the data visualization," he explained.

Jonathan Terrasi
How to Stay Safe on the Internet, Part 2: Take Canaries Into the Data Mine
04/24/20 10:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2672 Words

The ubiquitous technology services Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google, often referred to as "FAANGs," are perhaps the greatest user data hoarders, though they're not alone.

When online services affirmatively collect our data, it is generally for either or both...

John P. Mello Jr.
Facebook Gaming Powers Ahead With Live Streaming
04/21/20 10:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 962 Words

The company will release the Facebook Gaming app for iOS devices after it's approved by Apple. It originally scheduled its release for June, but a bump in growth in the live gameplay market induced the company to make it available sooner,...

Chris Maxcer
The Last Apple Watch Review You'll Ever Need to Read
05/08/15 9:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2132 Words

... you're thinking about getting an Apple Watch and have been on the fence, this review is for you. Why? The Apple Watch, it turns out, is less about being the perfect smartwatch than it is about being a watch. For the fence...

Chris Maxcer
Think Different: Apple's 10 Biggest, Riskiest Bets
02/03/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2404 Words

... the most vociferous Apple haters can surely admit that Apple -- judged upon the evidence of its record-breaking quarterly profit of US$18 billion, the most of any public held company ever -- is not only firing on all cylinders but also creating...

Chris Maxcer
Which Stars Will Shine Brightest in Apple's Brilliant 2015?
12/19/14 5:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1604 Words

... end of the year and holiday season is a natural time to look back -- and then look forward to the year to come. Apple started 2014 slowly but more than made up for it in the long haul, introducing the Apple...

Chris Maxcer
The 3 Things Wall Street's Missing About Apple
01/24/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1586 Words

... wonder if some of the Wall Street whiners need to listen to Apple's Q1 FY13 earnings call with investors again. Of course, I have to remind myself that most of these investors are not actually investing in Apple, that they are...

Shahla Hebets
5 Important Lessons Brands Can Learn From Apple
10/15/19 11:05 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1476 Words

It struck me then that Apple knew me better than I knew myself. I marveled at the sleek, clean design and beauty that the company wisely brought to what once felt like the most mundane of devices. My old laptop wasn't pretty, after...

Chris Maxcer
10 Things on an Apple Fan's 2016 Wish List
12/22/15 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1284 Words

I'm not talking about a new Apple car or even any special new product category. As it turns out, I just want some simple things to work better. I'd like to see some refinements, really, small shifts in priority from Apple's various...

Chris Maxcer
27 Highly Desirable Gifts for Apple-Loving Fanatics - and 1 to Skip
12/10/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2020 Words

... are, you know an Apple fanatic -- someone whose iPhone, Mac or iPad is a prized possession. If you don't know a true fanatic, you probably know a fan -- or barring that, someone who might appreciate an Apple-made gift this holiday...

Chris Maxcer
Is Apple TV a Worthy Upgrade? Sort Of
11/03/15 12:33 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1982 Words

... Apple TV fans, the new Apple TV is the long-awaited upgrade we've been pining for, and while it's a welcome addition to my living room, I'm only half as impressed as I thought I would be. After spending some quality time --...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Car Talk Starts Making Sense
09/23/15 11:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1056 Words

... Apple car rumor gained some legs this week with a Wall Street Journal report that brings some interesting new insight. Though a bit shy on verifiable details -- it cites unnamed people familiar with Apple's plans and vaguely refers to people inside...

Chris Maxcer
New Apple TV Goes All-In for Apps
09/09/15 3:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1788 Words

... on Wednesday held a mammoth two-hour event to introduce a long-awaited new Apple TV set-top box, a 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and the expected iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Further, Apple announced new Apple Watch colors and bands, and a special collaboration...

Chris Maxcer
Come September, Apple TV Will Outshine the iPhone
08/29/15 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1300 Words

... Apple's September event... Apple's annual September media event is an oxymoron -- it's become almost entirely predictable. One year it introduces a major new iPhone redesign and the next it offers incremental iPhone improvements. And make no mistake about it, despite...

Chris Maxcer
The Key to Apple Watch Success: Getting Enough Right the First Time
07/28/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1966 Words

There are some great gems, like "Apple Watch is a FLOP: Sales of the gadget have fallen by 90 percent since April, report claims" or "Analyst: Apple Watch selling worse than thought." Trouble is, the reports and estimates were based on a tiny...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Music Steals WWDC's Scattershot Show
06/09/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1691 Words

... cap off Monday's wide-ranging keynote at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced a three-pronged music initiative. "Music is such an important part of our lives and our culture," Cook said, showing off Apple's famous "one...

Chris Maxcer
It's Hard to See WWDC Through My Apple TV Tears
06/04/15 3:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 939 Words

Already, realization is dawning that I was right to withhold hope that Apple would reveal a new Apple TV at its WorldWide Developers Conference on Monday. I hate it when pessimism wins.

So what gives? If WWDC isn't set to kick off...

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