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Mac RumorsJun 22, 2024
Top Stories: Apple Watch X Rumors, New Final Cut App for iPhone, and More
The avalanche of news coming out of WWDC earlier this month is finally starting to slow, but that doesn't mean there wasn't still lots to talk about in Apple news and rumors this week.

CNET How ToJun 22, 2024
Ends Tomorrow: Score a Pair of Second-Gen AirPods Pro for Only $190 During Walmart Week - CNET
The AirPods Pro earbuds are some of the best out there, and you can score them for less at Walmart until tomorrow.

Mac RumorsJun 21, 2024
Amazon Could Charge Up to $10/Month for Alexa
Apple competitor Amazon is working on a revamp of its Alexa assistant, and the new version could cost up $10 per month, according to a report from Reuters. The upcoming version of Alexa will support conversational generative AI, and Amazon is planning for two tiers of service.

Mac RumorsJun 21, 2024
Apple Seeks AI Partner for Apple Intelligence in China
With iOS 18, Apple is working with OpenAI to integrate ChatGPT into the iPhone, where ChatGPT will work alongside Siri to handle requests for AI-generated content. ChatGPT and other similar AI services are not available in China, so Apple needs to find an alternative.

Mac RumorsJun 21, 2024
Apple Intelligence Features Not Coming to European Union at Launch Due to DMA
Apple today said that European customers will not get access to the Apple Intelligence, iPhone Mirroring, and SharePlay Screen Sharing features that are coming to the ?iPhone?, iPad, and Mac this September due to regulatory issues related to the Digital Markets Act.

PC World Latest NewsJun 21, 2024
Use Kaspersky antivirus? The US is banning it, so prepare to switch

But while federal subsidies could no longer be spent on Kaspersky, individuals and private businesses were still free to buy licenses. This will soon change with an upcoming US ban on Kaspersky's products.

Announced Thursday by the Bureau of Industry and Security (a branch of the Department of Commerce), the prohibition applies to antivirus and other cybersecurity software developed and distributed by Kaspersky and its affiliates. The Biden administration cited high potential for interference from the Russian government in Kaspersky's operations as the reason for its decision—the first of its kind.

The ban will roll out in two phases: starting on July 20 at 12:00am ET, Kaspersky can no longer sell its products to new US persons or agree to integrate its software into third-party products (like white-labeled services); then, on September 29 at 12:00am ET, all reselling, existing integrations, and licensing must cease. Virus definition and app updates will end, as will operation of the Kaspersky Security Network within the US and on devices belonging to US residents and citizens.

This window gives consumers and businesses time to transition to new software—and there are no legal penalties for continuing to use Kaspersky while you hunt for a replacement.

EngadgetJun 21, 2024
Five men face jail time for running the illegal streaming service Jetflicks
The illegal streaming service Jetflicks once boasted on its website that visitors could watch just about any TV show or movie "Anytime. Anywhere." Now the five people behind the bootleg streaming service are facing some serious jail time.

A jury found Kristopher Dallman, Douglas Courson, Felipe Garcia, Jared Jaurequi and Peter Huber guilty in a Las Vegas federal court on Friday for conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Dallmann was also found guilty on two counts of money laundering and three counts of misdemeanor criminal copyright infringement for leading the Jetflicks operation, according to court documents and a US Department of Justice press release.

Jetflicks used computer scripts and software to scour the internet for illegal copies of movies and television shows and posted hundreds of thousands of illegal copies as far back as 2007 from torrent and Usenet sites. The defendants created a catalog of bootleg shows and movies bigger than the combined collections of streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, Vudu and Amazon Prime, according to the Department of Justice.

Users could pay a subscription fee to access the site on pretty much any media streaming device with a web browser. Jetflicks claimed to "offer more than 183,200 television episodes and have more than 37,000 subscribers," according to the initial indictment filed in the Eastern District of Virginia in 2019.

Dallmann, the leader of the group, and his co-conspirators "made millions of dollars streaming and distributing this catalog of stolen content," according to the press release.

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GizmodoJun 21, 2024
I Have Tasted the Face of Shrek, and Found It... Slimy?
There's a new swamp treat at Universal Studios Orlando's newly opened Dreamworks Land and it pays homage to Shrek in the weirdest, most unhinged way. It's a pretzel in the shape of Mike Myers' ogre face inspired by the hit fairytale parody franchise—a "Shrekzel," as it's become known online by theme park foodies—and…


Gizmag Emerging TechJun 20, 2024
Prediabetes drug puts brakes on progression to type 2 diabetes
More than one in three American adults has prediabetes, where their blood glucose levels (BGLs) are higher than normal but not high enough to attract a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Not everyone with prediabetes goes on to develop diabetes; early treatment can prevent or delay that progression.

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Mac RumorsJun 12, 2024
iOS 18 Adds More Control Over Adaptive Audio on AirPods Pro 2
Apple's second-generation AirPods Pro have an Adaptive Audio feature that includes Adaptive Noise Control, Personalized Volume, and Conversation Awareness, which are all features that adjust sound and Active Noise Cancellation in response to the environment around you.

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