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Review of Apple’s News App

36 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Gazette

While many techies consider iOS 9 to be more of an under-the-hood-improvements kind of software update, the new mobile operating system did add a few really cool features that make your overall iOS experience much more enjoyable. With...Show More Summary

News station replaces traditional TV cameras with iPhones and selfie sticks

In a story that underscores the ever-increasing camera quality on Apple’s iPhones, a TV station in Switzerland recently decided to abandon traditional TV cameras and replace them with iPhones. Originally spotted by PetaPixel, the TVShow More Summary

News: Battery impact of Samsung vs TSMC A9 chips overestimated?

58 minutes agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

After revelations last month that Apple chose to use two different A9 chip fabrications in its new iPhone 6s models, a number of benchmarking tests have surfaced to suggest that the TSMC variant may offer longer battery life than its Samsung counterpart. Show More Summary

This could be the key to letting Samsung copy Apple’s latest killer iPhone feature

Smartphone companies copy each other all the time, and that includes Apple. We know, we know. But there’s one vendor that finds itself in the news for copying its top rival a bit more often than most, and there is actual evidence that appeared in court suggesting that Samsung copies Apple more actively than other companies. Show More Summary

News: Apple TV, iPad Pro to be sold online in late October, in stores early November?

6 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple will begin selling both the Apple TV and iPad Pro online in “late October” according to a new report from 9to5Mac. Citing reliable sources, the report notes that both devices are not scheduled to arrive in Apple retail stores until early November, but that they would be available online in late October. Show More Summary

Samsung and TSMC iPhone 6s Chips Show Smaller Real-World Battery Impacts Compared to Benchmarks

The news that Apple dual sourced its A9 chips for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has been a point of discussion over the past few weeks, especially when new battery tests on the phones pointed towards the TSMC chips outperforming those made by Samsung. Show More Summary

News: iBooks adds exclusive enhanced editions of Harry Potter series

8 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple announced that enhanced versions of all seven of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books are now available in the iBooks Store for download on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac. These exclusive editions contain “interactive animations and elaborate artwork” as well as the full original text of the saga. Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (AMZN, AAPL, GOOG)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know today. 1. Amazon is reportedly considering making its own TV service. It has talked to CBS and NBC about carrying their channels. 2. Apple design chief Jony Ive says he can now work on "naughty, under-the-radar activities" now that he's the company's chief design officer. Show More Summary

App Store bug fixed, apps returning to purchase history

If you were missing apps in your purchase history, good news—they're coming back! A couple of weeks ago Mac App Store apps disappeared from the purchase history tab, making re-downloads impossible. It was a bug, Apple fixed it, and purchase histories were restored. Show More Summary

Google Introduces Accelerated Mobile Pages To Keep Content On The Web

22 hours agoTechnology : ReadWriteWeb

Both Facebook and Apple believe they've built a better home for news content on mobile devices—self-contained apps where load times are fast and ads are discreet—but Google isn't going to lie down without a fight.The result is the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project, a new open-source HTML standard... Continue reading

Google Piloting 'Accelerated Mobile Pages,' Instant Publishing Service to Rival Facebook, Apple

Unlike Facebook's Instant Articles, or Apple Inc's Apple News, publishers do not pay Google to have their articles show up.

Google’s plan to speed up the mobile Web: Burn it down

As ad blocking has gained popularity and news sites have become slower to load, companies like Facebook and Apple recently began offering to host news content on behalf of publishers to improve the experience. The idea of handing off...Show More Summary

Universal Search on Apple TV Will Be an API for Developers

John Paczkowski, writing for Buzzfeed last week: In a recent interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple CEO Tim Cook said universal search in Apple TV is not something that the company plans to reserve for key content partners. “At launch we’ll...Show More Summary

Tech companies vying to cater your news diet

Technology giants—Apple, Facebook, Snapchat and now Google—want to take charge of how we get and see news on our phones. Google on Wednesday was the latest company to announce a... To view the full story, click the title link.

News: Report: Barclays to launch Apple Pay support in the UK early next year

U.K. bank Barclays plans to launch support for Apple Pay early next year, according to a customer’s blog post. Mike Jobson wrote Barclays CEO Ashok Vaswani asking when Barclays would make the digital payment method available and he claims...Show More Summary

Google's 'Accelerated Mobile Pages' Promises Faster Loads

Google on Wednesday demonstrated a way to make news articles load much faster on mobile Web browsers, as it aims to rival efforts from Facebook, Snapchat and Apple.

News: Apple reveals Beats Pill+ speaker

Months after recalling the Beats Pill XL over battery overheating concerns, Beats has revealed the Beats Pill+ ($230), the company’s first speaker offering since it was bought by Apple last year. Not yet available for purchase, the Pill+...Show More Summary

News: Antitrust monitor: Apple is ‘its own worst enemy’

In his final report to a U.S. district judge, antitrust monitor Michael Bromwich said Apple has made progress, but persistently raised objections to requests for information, Reuters reports. Bromwich acknowledges that the company has...Show More Summary

Never-before-seen video of Steve Jobs shows Apple co-founder’s softer side

On the fourth anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, ABC News obtained a never-before-seen video of Jobs which depicts a somewhat rare look at the former Apple CEO’s softer side. The video was provided by Apple and is perhaps intended toShow More Summary

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