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If you’re an iPhone shopper still stuck between choosing which model to get, a new report about data speeds on Apple’s smartphones could sway your decision. via Pocket
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yesterday by evansthompson
Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers | ZDNet
A study analyzing the performance of Chrome ad blocker extensions published on Friday has proven wrong claims made by Google developers last month, when a controversy broke out surrounding their decision to modify the Chrome browser in such a way th…
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yesterday by evansthompson
Why Sarah Sanders used the Notes app, just like many celebrities
Notes, a pre-downloaded iOS app, has become the go-to for quick statements from prominent people in PR crises. via Pocket
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yesterday by evansthompson
UK concludes using Huawei in 5G is a manageable risk, report says - CNET
The British government has reportedly concluded that any risks from the use of Huawei equipment in its 5G networks can be mitigated. via Pocket
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yesterday by evansthompson
How to Use Raise to Speak On Apple Watch | iPhoneLife.com
Starting with watchOS 5 for Apple Watch Series 3 or later, you can raise your wrist to get Siri's attention without saying "Hey Siri." Here's how to use raise to talk, or raise to speak, for Siri voice commands on your Apple Watch. via Pocket
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yesterday by evansthompson
How to use one iOS device for multiple 2FA Apple ID accounts | iMore
As of February 27, 2019, Apple requires developer accounts to enable two-factor authentication. In an effort to keep your account more secure, two-factor authentication will be required to sign in to your Apple Developer account and Certificates, Id…
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4 days ago by evansthompson
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Performance matters. If you are familiar with JAMstack, the movement encourages avoiding server-side rendering completely in favor of pre-build, purely static HTML pages. via Pocket
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4 days ago by evansthompson
How to Get Haptic Feedback in Your iPhone Keyboard to Feel Everything You Type « iOS & iPhone :: Gadget Hacks
For years, iPhones have had haptic feedback. Rather than full-force buzzing, the Tactic Engine provides a tiny vibration under your finger when performing certain actions on the screen. via Pocket
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4 days ago by evansthompson
Apple buys AI voice startup that helps companies build Alexa and Google Assistant apps - The Verge
Apple has acquired a San Francisco-based artificial intelligence startup called PullString that specializes in helping companies build conversational voice apps, according to a report from Axios. via Pocket
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4 days ago by evansthompson
iOS 11.4 debuts today with AirPlay 2 multi-room audio support for HomePod | Ars Technica
Apple's iOS 11.4 rolls out today, and it brings a big update to HomePods: AirPlay 2 with multi-room audio. via Pocket
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5 days ago by evansthompson
Hubitat's smart home works without the internet - CNET
At first glance, Hubitat Elevation struck me as a pretty standard smart home hub. It has Zigbee and Z-Wave built in so it can communicate with a variety of connected gadgets. You can set up rules so one of your devices can trigger another -- a motio…
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11 days ago by evansthompson
YubiKey: Protect your Facebook, Google, and other online accounts with this hardware authentication key | ZDNet
Looking for a quick, easy, and affordable way to protect your Google account, Facebook, GitHub, Dropbox, Salesforce admin account (and much more)? Or maybe you're looking for a way to harden your Mac or Windows login credentials. Take a look at the …
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11 days ago by evansthompson
FireWalla Review & Rating | PCMag.com
You've got things on your home network that perform many actions, such as opening the garage door, showing you who's ringing your doorbell, and turning the lights on and off. Most of these smart home devices aren't properly secured—their makers focu…
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11 days ago by evansthompson
AirPlay Is Finally Catching Up to Chromecast -- The Motley Fool
Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) corporate personality has long been that of a control freak. In contrast to rival Microsoft, Apple is relatively strict about keeping its own software on its own hardware rather than licensing it out. via Pocket
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14 days ago by evansthompson
Flickr May Delete Photos Tomorrow If You're Over the New Limit
After from Yahoo, Flickr announced in November 2018 that it would be limiting free accounts to 1,000 photos and videos total. The major change takes effect tomorrow, and if you’re over the limit, your extra photos will be permanently deleted. via Po…
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14 days ago by evansthompson
Apple to Limit Accelerometer and Gyroscope Access in Safari on iOS 12.2 for Privacy Reasons - MacRumors
Last month, Apple released iOS 12.2 in beta with several new features, including the Apple News app in Canada, a redesigned TV remote in Control Center, support for adding HomeKit-enabled TVs in the Home app, and more. via Pocket
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15 days ago by evansthompson
UltraViolet digital movie locker is shutting down - The Verge
Ultraviolet, one of the entertainment industry’s first attempts at creating a comprehensive digital locker service, is shutting down on July 31st, as first reported by Variety. via Pocket
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19 days ago by evansthompson
Microsoft Office 365 users in Europe unable to access mailboxes for a full day | ZDNet
A number of Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft 365 users in Europe have been unable to access their mail for an entire day. Microsoft officials said earlier in the day that the company had identified the problem and were mitigating the issue, but us…
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25 days ago by evansthompson
Microsoft includes NewsGuard fake news warnings in Edge browser
How do you spot a fake? As spotted by The Guardian, Microsoft has partnered with the news watchdog organization NewsGuard to provide Edge users with more information about the news veracity of the site they're visiting. via Pocket
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27 days ago by evansthompson
Apple lays off over 200 from Project Titan autonomous vehicle group
Apple dismissed just over 200 employees this week from Project Titan, its stealthy autonomous vehicle group, people familiar with the matter told CNBC. "We have an incredibly talented team working on autonomous systems and associated technologies at…
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27 days ago by evansthompson
Philips The One is a TV for everyone | Trusted Reviews
Philips TV range for 2019 includes mid-range effort The One, which aims to combine top-spec features with a friendly price The premium 4K OLEDs and LCD/LEDs weren’t the only announcements Philips made at its press event in Amsterdam. via Pocket
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27 days ago by evansthompson
Plex wants to become a hub for video and audio subscription services
If you’re a Plex user, you likely use it mainly to stream your personal library of audio and video files (all of which you purchased legally because you would never, ever pirate anything). This, after all, is the main reason for the existence of Ple…
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
Microsoft tells Windows phone users to get an iPhone | Cult of Mac
Microsoft’s mobile operating system, Windows Phone, is officially dead. After failing to compete with iOS and Android, Microsoft is now advising users of Windows Phone to go out and buy an iPhone before the end of the year. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to live with Apple's absurdly over-complicated music features on Apple Watch
You can now listen to music and podcasts directly from your Apple Watch but it how Apple makes you do it is going to make you scratch your head. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
Sonos Beam Review: Good Sound In A Smart Package | Digital Trends
For Sonos fans, creating the ultimate home theater package is an expensive proposition. At a minimum, you’ll need a $1,300 investment, which gets you your choice of a PlayBar or PlayBase, plus a Play Sub. Adding a pair of Play Ones for rear channels…
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
IKEA will start selling its Sonos-powered smart speakers in August
IKEA and Sonos have been working together on audio devices for some time, and this year, we'll start to see the fruits of that labor. Following the release of its smart window blinds in April, the Swedish retail giant will start selling Sonos-powere…
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
Troubleshooting IMAP Migrations to Office 365 – You Had Me At EHLO…
During my day to day work as a part of support organization, I work with and help troubleshoot mailbox migrations very often. One type of migrations that we see quite often is IMAP migrations. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
Sense uses machine learning to slash home energy consumption | VentureBeat
Few folks are aware of how much electricity their household consumes on a daily basis, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Residential Energy Consumption Survey. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by evansthompson
The most exciting new HomeKit devices coming in 2019 | Cult of Mac
Apple’s stealth play to hype HomeKit devices at CES gave the home-automation platform a major boost. A slew of new HomeKit-compatible devices are headed our way. From locks and TVs to blinds and video doorbells, they promise to make smart homes more…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Anchor says it’s ‘powering’ 40 percent of new podcasts – TechCrunch
Podcasting’s greatest asset has always been its accessibility — for consumer and creator alike. But even the simplest medium requires a little know-how, and Anchor’s overarching goal has long been to further lower the barrier of entry for those look…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Roku Adds Automatic Sign-Out Mode for Those With Regular Houseguests | Digital Trends
Arriving at a hotel or Airbnb guest house and seeing there’s a Roku device already installed on the TV is a great feeling. Realizing once you’re on the plane back home that you’ve forgotten to log out of that Roku, however, is a terrible feeling. vi…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Feds can't force suspects to unlock phones with finger, face
No one wants to end up in a situation where they are arguing with a cop over unlocking a phone. However, if you do find yourself in such a situation, there’s something you should know: Cops can’t force people to unlock a mobile phone with their face…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Wrest control from a snooping smart speaker with this teachable ‘parasite’ – TechCrunch
What do you get when you put one Internet connected device on top of another? A little more control than you otherwise would in the case of Alias the “teachable ‘parasite'” — an IoT project smart speaker topper made by two designers, Bjørn Karmann a…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Xiaomi's new in-display fingerprint sensor solves one big issue
2018 was the year of the in-display fingerprint sensor, as everyone from Oppo and Vivo to Huawei and Xiaomi adopted the feature. It now seems like Xiaomi is readying an improved take on the technology, as it’s reportedly demonstrated an in-display s…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
'Cake' Will Sweeten the Process of Dying in the Digital Age
A few years ago, ahead of a scheduled operation, I had to hire an attorney to draw up my last will and testament. Per the hospital's instructions, I was also told to bring a copy of my Advance Directive, or instructions on when to pull the plug. It …
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Wacom Announced the Most Affordable Cintiq Pen Display | Fstoppers
Wacom is the leader in graphics tablet market with the top of the line Cintiq series. For many creators, Cintiq has always been quite expensive, but Wacom disproves it with the latest release. Wacom devices target different user groups working in di…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Apple Health Records initiative off to good if shaky start | Cult of Mac
Patients who’ve used the system Apple created to let iOS users see their medical history right on their mobile device are generally pleased with it. AdvertisementThat said, a small survey of users also showed there’s still room for improvement in th…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
U.S. Court of Appeals denies Apple’s $440 million appeal against VirnetX in ongoing court battle - 9to5Mac
A U.S. appeals court has today ruled against Apple’s $440 million appeal in its ongoing court battle with patent troll company VirnetX. According to a report from Reuters, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has denied Apple’s appeal f…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
TweetDeck gets a gorgeous new dark mode on macOS
TweetDeck, the must-have Twitter app for any power user, just got a nice update on macOS that adds a gorgeous new dark mode. The version 3.10 release has also been rebuilt to “fix many crashes.” via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Roku adds Auto Sign Out Mode to simplify guest access - SlashGear
Smart TVs and set-top boxes are great…until guests come over, use the system, and mess up your personalization. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Improve Your Public Speaking With This Free Voice-Controlled Teleprompter | Lifehacker Australia
If you’re not used to public speaking, a teleprompter can be a useful tool to have in your arsenal. A teleprompter can help you keep your speech on track, and make everything run a bit more smoothly. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
IKEA is Launching a New Blinds Set for the Smart Home on April 1st | Digital Trends
There has been a whole lot of hand-wringing in the smart home sector in the past month or so over whether the Swedish furniture giant IKEA would be bringing its jazzy new smart blinds to the U.S. market. The answer is “sort of. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Apple says Qualcomm refused to sell modems for iPhone XS and XR, citing legal battle - 9to5Mac
As Apple and Qualcomm’s FTC trial continues today, we’re learning more details about the quarrels between the two companies. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Sling TV Offers Free Shows, À La Carte Channels to Roku Users | Digital Trends
Sling TV, the streaming subscription service owned by Dish, is hoping to capture some new subscribers using the tried and tested approach of offering free samples. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Sling TV adds free streaming option for Roku device owners - SlashGear
Livestreaming TV service Sling TV has launched a free viewing experience for Roku users, enabling them to browse the service as a guest and watch content without paying. The free access is offered to new Sling TV customers who can access the content…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Verizon adding full Apple Music as free perk to some Unlimited phone plans - 9to5Mac
We have learned that Verizon is adding Apple Music to two of its ‘unlimited’ cell phone plans, effectively offering the $9.99 subscription for no additional cost — this is not merely a free trial offer. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
5 CES products that travelers should know about - TravelUpdate
This past week the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) happened in Las Vegas. The show sets the tempo for what we (consumers) can look forward to this year. These are 5 CES products that travelers should know about via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Why companies are still designing open plan offices
First, you tear down the walls and dispense with the soulless cubicles. Then you put everyone at long tables, shoulder to shoulder, so that they can talk more easily. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Apple Health Records survey shows mixed but positive early results | VentureBeat
Over the last five years, Apple’s move into health-related products and services has been cautious but unmistakable, starting with the debut of the Apple Watch and continuing with everything from HealthKit medical studies to an iPhone Health Records…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
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Adobe Lightroom CC for iPad is getting an update today that brings a few much-anticipated features to the app. Today’s update brings the app to version 4.1.1, and brings support for Apple’s Shortcuts app, which now lets you create a shortcut to allo…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Best apps for playing Blu-rays on your Mac in 2019 | iMore
Since the late '90s, Macs have welcomed DVD movies. Pop a disc in your drive, watch Apple's DVD Player app open, and enjoy the show. Simple. But DVDs' high-definition successors, Blu-rays, never got the same warm reception. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
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I mostly control smart home devices via Siri, and even Steph has become a convert to the idea since we got HomePods. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Focus, Feedly and other amazing apps of the week | Cult of Mac
This week we check out Feedly’s amazing new iOS app, remember to take breaks with Focus, and write shortcuts from scratch, in code (!), with the Shortcuts Cub compiler. Woah, right? Last month, RSS news reader service Feedly got a completely redesig…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Hackers Using Zero-Width Spaces to Bypass MS Office 365 Protection
Security researchers have been warning about a simple technique that cybercriminals and email scammers are already being using in the wild to bypass security features of Microsoft Office 365, including Safe Links, which are originally designed to pr…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
DFree's ultrasound sensor tells you when it's time to pee - CNET
Among the many wearables to monitor heart rate and the sensors for motion and temperature at CES, DFree by startup Triple W stands apart and serves a unique purpose. DFree stands for "diaper free" and it's meant to help adults suffering from inconti…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Anker’s Roav Bolt is a USB car charger with Google Assistant built in - The Verge
Amazon’s Alexa got a head start on its smart home invasion compared to its primary competitor Google, and that early lead has extended beyond the home. Now, Google is aggressively pushing to catch up by partnering with third-party brands to further …
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Bose wants to keep the sounds of the road out of your vehicle
If the sounds of the road are interrupting your road trip playlist, Bose might have the solution. The company announced its new QuietComfort Road Noise Control system designed to cancel out all of the sounds that seep in from outside of your vehicle…
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Google launches new search feature for easier long-term research - The Verge
Google is rolling out a new feature in search today that can help make research on a specific topic easier over a long period of time. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Bose invented a noise-canceling system for your car - The Verge
Bose wants to bring its acclaimed noise-canceling technology from your headphones to your car. The Framingham, Massachusetts-based company just unveiled a new technology called QuietComfort which claims to measure your vehicle’s vibrations in order …
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Introducing the Exchange Online Fiddler Extension – You Had Me At EHLO…
Working in support at Microsoft, you get to deal with a lot of organizations who are migrating to Exchange Online. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by evansthompson
Amazon Echo Wall Clock Review & Rating | PCMag.com
The $29.99 Amazon Echo Wall Clock is part of a new line of products called Alexa Gadgets that are controlled by Echo smart speakers. We've seen two others so far: Amazon's Echo Buttons and the Big Mouth Billy Bass. These devices aren't reasons to ge…
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
AirPods buggy with macOS? Try this simple app - 9to5Mac
AirPods are a joy to use on iOS devices, but when comes to the Mac, things are a bit different. With iOS, AirPods almost always automatically connect to your preferred device, but their reliability on macOS is a bit buggy. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
Ooma's Smart Cam can record without an internet connection | VentureBeat
Fifteen years ago, San Francisco’s Ooma launched its first product: a voice-over-IP phone that allowed users to place calls over other Ooma users’ landlines. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
Google’s Project Soli radar is sensitive enough to count sheets of paper and read Lego bricks - The Verge
What does the computer interface of the future look like? One bet from Google is that it will involve invisible interfaces you can tweak and twiddle in mid-air. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with security, Narrator, and accessibility improvements | VentureBeat
Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview with improvements to security, the Narrator app, and accessibility. The update bumps Windows 10 from build 18305 (made available to testers on December 19) to build 18309. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
Investors and entrepreneurs need to address the mental health crisis in startups – TechCrunch
Colin Kroll was the co-founder of Vine and HQ Trivia, both consumer sensations that brought joy to millions; Anthony Bourdain had been a chef, journalist and philosopher who brought understanding and connectedness to millions of lives; Robin William…
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
NASA Clears “Dream Chaser” Space Cargo Plane For Full-Scale Production
Watch out space, there’s a new commercial cargo carrier entering the race. Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has been given the go ahead from NASA to begin full-scale production of it’s “Dream Chaser” commercial space cargo plane. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
AT&T Power Drum iPhone, Apple Watch wireless power bank hits FCC - SlashGear
Perhaps 2019 will be the year of the Airpower but until Apple finally launches its long-promised wireless charger, others will try to make their own version of it. And some will do a terrible job at it, depending on your aesthetic tastes. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to make a slick App Store wish list with Shortcuts | Cult of Mac
You know what the New Year means? New devices, and the need for new apps to fill them. Only you’re all spent out, and instead of buying you an iTunes voucher, Auntie and Uncle got you yet another country-themed doll like you used to collect when you…
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
The Year 2018 in AdGuard
Only few days left before the next year dawns on us, and traditionally this is the best time to draw a line, look back and recall what was done in the last 12 months (and what was not). via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to use Alexa Routines to make your Amazon Echo even smarter | TechHive
One of the most powerful features of Amazon’s Echo smart speakers is called Routines. Instead of just letting you do one thing at a time, Routines can tie multiple actions to a single voice command. They can even automate tasks without needing you t…
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
New year, new era? Commercial Crew Program poised for first flights - SpaceFlight Insider
The first crews to will fly under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program were announced Aug. 3 at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by evansthompson
How To Bypass App Store 150MB Download Limit On Cellular Data | Redmond Pie
It’s that time of the year again when new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners are starting to head to the App Store to download the best games and apps. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to Change Siri's Voice on iPhone or iPad - MacRumors
In the United States, the default Siri voice is an American female voice, but if you've never delved into Siri's settings you might not know that you can change that voice to something else that you might prefer more. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to Perform a Quick Website Search in Safari - MacRumors
There are several ways to search the web in Apple's Safari browser. In this article, we're going to highlight a way of searching specific websites using a lesser-known Safari feature called Quick Website Search. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by evansthompson
How to Enable and Disable Critical Alerts in iOS 12 - MacRumors
In iOS 12, Apple added several new ways for users to control how and when they receive app notifications, including the ability to group notifications and change their behavior on the fly with Instant Tuning. A lesser known feature in this subset of…
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How to Hide Pictures From the Photos App in iOS 12 - MacRumors
Sometimes you might not want certain pictures shot on your iPhone or iPad to take pride of place in your Photo Library, but for whatever reason, you don't want to just outright delete them. Fortunately, Apple's Photos app includes an option to hide …
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