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Apple Earnings Sag on Lower iPhone Price Points
07/28/16 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 632 Words

The company reported stronger-than-expected metrics and has been able to grow its software and services business while expanding into key overseas markets. Apple reported net income of US$7.8 billion, or $1.42 a share, in the third quarter, compared with 10.7 billion or $1.85...

Richard Adhikari
Xiaomi Unveils Budget-Friendly MacBook Air Rival
07/28/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 592 Words

"This is Xiaomi's way of saying, 'Let's not let Apple, Lenovo , or the bigger manufacturers from Taiwan, like Acer and Asus, take this opportunity from us," said Jeff Orr, a senior practice director at ABI Research .

While Xiaomi...

John P. Mello Jr.
KickassTorrents Owner Faces 20-Plus Years in Stir
07/26/16 11:47 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 950 Words

Apple, Facebook Cooperate
Ironically, it wasn't Vaulin's illegal activity that exposed his identity to authorities but some legitimate transactions that he performed at Apple's iTunes store.

Homeland Security Special Agent Jared Der-Yeghiayan identified an Apple email address associated...

Rob Enderle
Windows RIP: Thankfully It Died With Windows 8
07/25/16 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1536 Words

Finally, as Apple backed away from being the design leader in the segment, Microsoft stepped in with the Surface tablets and everyone upped their game. Now companies like Acer , Dell , HP and Lenovo are massively design-forward, and the age of...

Jack M. Germain
Homegrown Budgie Desktop Shows Off the Beauty - and Beastliness - of Solus Simplicity
07/29/16 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1226 Words

The Solus Project version 1.2, released last month, shows considerable maturity in the homegrown Budgie desktop.

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Pretty Printers, Bargain Smartwatches, and Font Finders
07/26/16 3:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 780 Words

Wallet-Friendly Watch
In a world of Apple Watches and Gear S smartwatches that can set you back hundreds of dollars, it's heartening to know there are some functional smartwatches that cost about the same as a cocktail.

One, the...

Jack M. Germain
Android, Chromebook Make a Sweet Couple
07/23/16 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1801 Words

Chrome OS and Android Apps now run together on some Chromebooks. Many, but not all, Chromebook models will get the...

John P. Mello Jr.
Apple Patents Tech to Foil Concert Pirates
07/16/16 11:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 628 Words

... patent for an infrared system that could be used to shut off iPhone cameras and microphones at live performances is one of dozens awarded to Apple last month. The company first applied for a patent for the infrared camera system in 2011,...

David Jones
New Apple Health App to Serve as Organ Donation Matchmaker
07/05/16 3:56 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 566 Words

Health Data Apple's Health app keeps a user's key health and fitness data in a single place. It includes a medical ID that provides critical information -- such as allergies, medications, blood type and next-of-kin notifications -- to first responders.

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Rob Enderle
Parsing the Clinton Email Scandal
07/11/16 9:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1813 Words

I'll share some stories and then close with my product of the week, the Fitbit Blaze, which I think is more Steve Jobs iPod-like than the Apple Watch . (I really think Apple screwed up.)

The Importance of Email
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David Jones
Facebook Lets Messenger Conversations Go Dark
07/13/16 10:55 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 612 Words

"First, it will help Facebook appear to be on the side of the digital consumer; and secondly, it allows the company to inhabit the same ethical high ground that has hithero been the preserve of Apple regarding the privacy of its users,"...

Richard Adhikari
Snowden Puts His Mind to Designing Spy-Proof Smartphone Cases
07/21/16 4:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 640 Words

The CIA has been hacking iOS for years, and the FBI paid a tech expert to hack the iPhone of one of the perpetrators of the San Diego massacre earlier this year, ending a legal battle with Apple. The Project's Goal...

David Jones
Facebook Messenger Counter Rolls Over to 1 Billion
07/21/16 2:31 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 533 Words

The Messenger user base has become more important in part due to the emergence of bots, as Facebook now has the chance to insert itself into the mobile experience economy value chain, a space that has been dominated by Google Play and Apple's ...

Jack M. Germain
Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Split
07/21/16 1:38 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1086 Words

Splice Machine this week announced it has open sourced its Spark-powered relational SQL database system. The company has set up...

Denis Pombriant
Platform as a Platform
07/20/16 3:58 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 853 Words

Businesses naturally are cautious about upsetting the apple cart, so integration is a critical need.

Ecosystems Come Into Focus
The platform wars are in full swing, but the outcome seems assured. There will be several major competing platforms, and we...

David Jones
Netflix Shares Fall as Subscriber Growth Hits a Wall
07/20/16 3:17 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 589 Words

The government shut down Disney's streaming service, as well as films from Apple.

Netflix is exploring other options to get that content out.

It began testing Google Play in-app payment on Android devices during the second quarter, as part of...

John P. Mello Jr.
Hackers Claim Credit for Pokemon Go No-Go
07/19/16 12:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 678 Words

"These fake apps usually come bundled with malware or other malicious pieces of software that get installed in your phone at the same time," Blasco explained. "People downloading the Pokemon app and any other apps should always use the official Google and Apple ...

John P. Mello Jr.
Nest Cam Braves the Great Outdoors
07/15/16 12:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 803 Words

Among the downsides are no solar or battery power support; no support for Apple HomeKit; and no ability to zoom, pan and swivel, Moorhead noted.

The absence of battery power could be a real deal breaker for some consumers, suggested Kevin...

John P. Mello Jr.
Polaroid Swing Gives New Meaning to Moving Pictures
07/13/16 2:41 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 596 Words

Competing apps already have strong positions in the market -- especially Apple's Live Photos and Instagram's Boomerang, an app that creates 1-second videos from photos that can be played forward and backward in a loop.

"It's still early for these...

Quinten Plummer
The Internet of Medical Things, Part 2: Devices and Apps
07/12/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 888 Words

All Shapes and Sizes
They've been popping up on wrists in the form of smartwatches like the Apple Watch and connected fitness bands like Fitbit.

Google plans to put them in people's eyes, employing a contact-lens form factor to...

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