Day: August 17, 2021

  • Apple backs out of settlement and files appeal notice in lawsuit against Corellium

    Apple backs out of settlement and files appeal notice in lawsuit against Corellium

    It was reported last week that Apple was dropping a copyright lawsuit against Corellium, a company that sells virtual iOS devices. However, the case seems to have had a turnaround as Apple on Tuesday filed a notice of appeal in this case. more… The post Apple backs out of settlement and files appeal notice in […]

  • 9to5Rewards: MacBook Pro giveaway + Flash Pro Plus charger preorder deal

    9to5Rewards: MacBook Pro giveaway + Flash Pro Plus charger preorder deal

    This week is your last chance to enter to win a MacBook Pro courtesy of Chargeasap and the company’s new 25,000 mAh Flash Pro Plus portable charger. Head below to enter the giveaway and get a special preorder deal on the new Flash Pro Plus charger. more… The post 9to5Rewards: MacBook Pro giveaway + Flash […]

  • These iOS 15 features won’t be available with the official release next month

    These iOS 15 features won’t be available with the official release next month

    Apple announced iOS 15 in June at WWDC 2021 with multiple new features, including real-time media sharing in FaceTime, a redesigned Safari, Focus mode, and more. However, while iOS 15 will likely be released to everyone next month, there are some features that won’t be available to users on day 1. more… The post These […]

  • Taliban Spokesman Accuses Facebook of Stifling Free Speech by Banning Group

    Taliban Spokesman Accuses Facebook of Stifling Free Speech by Banning Group

    The Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, emerged from the shadows on Tuesday and devoted part of his first press conference to a rant about Facebook, in which he accused the tech giant of violating the Islamist group’s right to free speech by banning them from all its platforms. Speaking to reporters in the Afghan capital, Kabul, […]

  • Pandemic of unvaccinated continues to rage as states set new COVID records

    Pandemic of unvaccinated continues to rage as states set new COVID records

    Enlarge / Emergency medicine specialist Dr. Davis Wein walks in a parking garage that was turned into a series of COVID-19 test tents at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida, on August 19, 2020. (credit: Getty | The Washington Post) As the hypertransmissible delta coronavirus variant continues its rampage through the unvaccinated, several states continue […]

  • The Taliban Have Seized U.S. Military Biometrics Devices

    The Taliban Have Seized U.S. Military Biometrics Devices

    The Taliban have seized U.S. military biometrics devices that could aid in the identification of Afghans who assisted coalition forces, current and former military officials have told The Intercept. The devices, known as HIIDE, for Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment, were seized last week during the Taliban’s offensive, according to a Joint Special Operations Command official […]

  • German chemists identified over 7,700 different chemical formulas in beers

    German chemists identified over 7,700 different chemical formulas in beers

    Enlarge / German chemists combined two complementary mass spectrometry techniques to analyze 467 different commercial beers from around the world. (credit: Natasha Breen/Getty Images) People have been brewing beer for millennia, and the basic chemistry of fermentation is well understood. But thanks to advanced analytical techniques, scientists continue to learn more about the many different […]

  • The Spectrum TV app is back in Roku’s channel store after being yanked

    The Spectrum TV app is back in Roku’s channel store after being yanked

    Roku users who’ve been unable to get Charter’s Spectrum TV app through the platform’s channels store can once again do so after months of being unable to download it. Roku announced on its blog today that new and existing users can access Spectrum TV on its devices by signing into the app using their Charter […]

  • Say goodbye to Intel’s RealSense tech by remembering its incredible demos

    Say goodbye to Intel’s RealSense tech by remembering its incredible demos

    Intel’s RealSense computer vision tech will soon be going away, as the company is “winding down” the business, according to CRN. If you don’t remember the tech from January of this year, where Intel pitched it as a way to create facial recognition systems, you may remember it from some incredible tech demos (or possibly […]

  • Apple seeds watchOS 8 beta 6 to all developers

    Apple seeds watchOS 8 beta 6 to all developers

    Less than a week week after seeding watchOS 8 beta 5 to developers, Apple is releasing its sixth beta. Here’s everything new with the upcoming Apple Watch operating system. more… The post Apple seeds watchOS 8 beta 6 to all developers appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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