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2018-07-15
What is Apple's True Tone technology on the 2018 MacBook Pro, and why does it matter?

What is Apple's True Tone technology on the 2018 MacBook Pro, and why does it matter?: "Apple's MacBook Pro refresh on Thursday revealed Apple has incorporated True Tone technology into a Mac's display for the first time. AppleInsider sheds some light on the color management system that aims to keep the image the same for the user, wherever they are situated. "

True dat.

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2018-05-23
Apple partner TSMC begins mass production of 7nm processors for next-generation iPhone

Apple partner TSMC begins mass production of 7nm processors for next-generation iPhone: "Apple's system-on-chip manufacturing partner TSMC is churning out next-generation 7-nanometer "A12" processors that will power iPhones expected to launch later this year, according to a report on Tuesday. "

Future scan.

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2018-05-11
Apple reportedly removing apps that share location data with third parties | Ars Technica

Apple reportedly removing apps that share location data with third parties | Ars Technica: "Apps that have been removed from the App Store in this instance have been cited for violating sections 5.1.1 and 5.1.2 of the App Store Review Guidelines, which state, "The app transmits user location data to third parties without explicit consent from the user and for unapproved purposes." "

Appitus vanishus immedius! With apologies to Harry Potter.

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2018-05-04
iTunes is finally in the Microsoft Store | Ars Technica

iTunes is finally in the Microsoft Store | Ars Technica: "Promised just over a year ago at Microsoft's Build conference in 2017, Apple iTunes is now finally available in the Microsoft Store."

I guess the iPhone/iTunes team didn't drink the Apple Kool-aid.

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2017-10-13
Rumor: Apple considering iPhone with stylus for launch in 2019

Rumor: Apple considering iPhone with stylus for launch in 2019: "Apple engineers have reportedly been working on an iPhone that would come with a stylus, which could launch in 2019 or later if it comes to fruition. "

Newton lives on!, Palm Pilot reborn. Microsoft Pen Computing rebooted!

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2017-10-03
Apple chip supplier TSMC preps first-ever 3-nanometer factory as founder announces retirement

Apple chip supplier TSMC preps first-ever 3-nanometer factory as founder announces retirement: "Signalling likely improvements in the performance and size of Apple products, Apple processor manufacturer TSMC on Monday announced plans to establish the world's first 3-nanometer production facility."

640KB oughta be enough for everybody!

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2017-09-29
Apple looking to develop custom ARM chips for future Macs, cutting out Intel - report

Apple looking to develop custom ARM chips for future Macs, cutting out Intel - report: ""Notebooks are becoming thinner, while consumers are demanding better mobility and longer battery life," an unnamed chip industry executive told the Nikkei Asian Review. "That gives ARM's architecture, which is known for its power efficiency, a very good opportunity.""

Yes, or we could also say x86 forever!

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2017-09-19
The coming game cartridge renaissance? | Ars Technica

The coming game cartridge renaissance? | Ars Technica: "But this is the first time we can recall a cartridge-based game getting an officially licensed re-release in its original format, on its original platform, decades after its original launch."

Back to the future!

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2017-08-17
FYI: Web ad fraud looks really bad. Like, really, really bad. Bigly bad • The Register

FYI: Web ad fraud looks really bad. Like, really, really bad. Bigly bad • The Register: "For those buying online ads, it might just be both halves, due to fraud. "It's about 60 to 100 per cent fraud, with an average of 90 per cent, but it is not evenly distributed," said Augustine Fou, an independent ad fraud researcher, in a report published this month."

Meaningless bits purchased by desperate people.

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