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Mac RumorsFeb 20, 2024
U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear VirnetX Patent Case, Saving Apple $503 Million
The United States Supreme Court today said that it will not hear the VirnetX vs. Apple patent case, putting an end to a 14-year-long legal battle and ultimately saving Apple $502.8 million.

TechNewsWorldFeb 20, 2024
Apple Vision Pro Impressions: One Week Later
Vision Pro's spatial computing functionality heralds a new era in computing, where the boundaries between the virtual and real blur and the digital realm become an intrinsic part of our everyday lives. As this technology evolves and proliferates, it will impact industries ranging from education to health care to entertainment and beyond. The post Apple Vision Pro Impressions: One Week Later appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

Mac RumorsFeb 20, 2024
Apple's Upcoming OLED iPad Pro Models Rumored to Be Much Thinner
Apple is planning to update the iPad Air and iPad Pro lineups as soon as March, and the new ?iPad Pro? models will be significantly thinner according to dimensions shared by 9to5Mac. Citing sources with knowledge of Apple's plans, the site claims that the larger version will be more than 1mm thinner.

Computer World Security NewsJan 10, 2024
Security tips for Apple-using workers in co-working spaces
For Apple-using workers on the go, especially if you frequent shared co-working spaces or public places, don't assume you're as secure as you think you are.  

Co-working spaces are particularly under threat, in part because criminals have already figured out that the people using them are good targets for data theft, ransomware, and more.

They've also realized that at least some of those working from such spaces might well be part of, or connected with, larger corporate entities — meaning a successful data heist could unlock the gates to greater and more profitable kingdoms. There are useful resources from government and industry aimed at helping workers lock down their devices and data. In the US, for instance, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a useful guide to explain some of the risks, while the US Office of Personnel Management offered up even more useful advice.

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Reuters TechnologyJun 16, 2020
Social media companies distrusted by most Americans on content decisions: Poll
Most Americans do not trust social media companies to make the right decisions about what should be allowed on their platforms, but trust the government even less to make those choices, according to a poll released on Tuesday by Gallup and the Knight Foundation.
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