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Mac RumorsSep 21, 2019
How to Take Burst Photos on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Burst Mode refers to when the camera on your iPhone captures a series of photos in rapid succession, at a rate of ten frames per second. It's a great way to shoot an action scene or an unexpected event, since you're always more likely to end up with the picture you were aiming for.

TechCrunchSep 21, 2019
Facebook has acquired Servicefriend, which builds ‘hybrid' chatbots, for Calibra customer service
As Facebook prepares to launch its new cryptocurrency Libra in 2020, it's putting the pieces in place to help it run. In one of the latest developments, it has acquired Servicefriend, a startup that built bots — chat clients for messaging apps based on artificial intelligence — to help customer service teams, TechCrunch has confirmed. […]

Mac RumorsSep 21, 2019
Top Stories: iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5, iOS 13, and Apple Arcade Released
Apple's massive launch week has come to a close, with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, and Apple Watch Series 5 all debuting on Friday. And as if that wasn't enough, Thursday saw the release of iOS 13, watchOS 6, and Apple Arcade on the software side.

Got a new iPhone 11? Go hands-on with iOS 13's major Apple CarPlay update - Roadshow (CNET News)
Every way Apple made iMessage for iPhone better in iOS 13 - CNET (CNET How To)

GizmodoSep 21, 2019
Huawei Says Mate 30 Series Bootloader Will Be Unlockable, Allowing Easier Access to Google Apps
The recently launched Huawei Mate 30 and Mate Pro 30 boast a lot of upgraded hardware including extra cameras and edge to edge, bezel-free screens, but they come with a huge tradeoff: Due to the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China and the associated Commerce Department blacklisting of Huawei on national…


Mac RumorsSep 21, 2019
How to Switch Focal Lengths in Portrait Mode on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Apple's Portrait Mode has become a popular way of taking impressive shots using a depth-of-field effect known as bokeh, allowing iPhone users to shoot a photo that keeps the subject sharp with a blurred background.

Washington Post TechSep 21, 2019
Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps following data investigation
Facebook said they had investigated millions of apps based on "signals associated with an app's potential to abuse our policies."

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacSep 21, 2019
Saudi Arabia to wait for investigation before responding to attacks: minister
Saudi Arabia will wait for the results of an investigation before responding to last weekend's attack on its oil facilities, for which it believes Iran is responsible, a senior official said on Saturday. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir told reporters that the probe, which Riyadh has invited international investigators to join, would prove that the Sept. 14 strikes came from the north. "It was done with Iranian weapons, therefore we hold Iran accountable for this attack..." Jubeir told a news conference, declining to speculate about specific actions.

Mac RumorsSep 21, 2019
How to Select Camera Aspect Ratio on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Apple has redesigned the native Camera app on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro to make space for the various additional shooting options available in its new flagship phones, and one particularly welcome change is the introduction of different aspect ratio shooting modes.

Computer World Security NewsSep 20, 2019
Now change these 4 new security settings in iOS 13
If you've (successfully) upgraded to iOS 13 or just got hold of an iPhone 11 device, here are the new security settings inside Apple's new operating system you need to learn and use.

Fight back against robocalls There were 26.3 billion robocalls in the U.S. in 2018. It's a a sickness.

You can stop the contagion thanks to a new in iOS 13 feature that directs incoming calls from unknown numbers (ie. Those you don't have in your Contacts book) to voicemail.

It's a useful feature that isn't enabled by default.

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TechCrunchSep 20, 2019
Fujifilm's upcoming X-Pro3 camera has a unique design sure to appeal to film photographers
Fujifilm is teasing its forthcoming X-Pro3, the successor to its popular digital rangefinder mirrorless camera, ahead of its official full introduction on October 23. During its X Summit event going on today, the company showed off the X-Pro3 in detailed images (via Fujirumors), revealing for the first time its innovative new rear display design. The […]

Reuters TechnologySep 19, 2019
Huawei's new phone lacks Google access after U.S. ban
Huawei [HWT.UL] launches what could be the world's smartest 5G phone on Thursday, but its fate in Europe will hang on whether customers will buy a device lacking access to software and apps supported by Google.

Wired NewsSep 19, 2019
Bob Iger Imagines an Alt-History Where Disney and Apple Merge
In his new memoir, the Mouse House CEO claims that if Steve Jobs were still alive they would've discussed combining their companies.

eWeekSep 18, 2019
Oracle Adding Pre-packaged Enterprise Analytics to Apps
eWEEK NEW PRODUCT NEWS: New options will include integrated analytics, autonomous database, packaged data models and best- practice KPIs.

Mac RumorsSep 16, 2019
Google Expected to Unveil New Pixel 4 Smartphone at October 15 Event
Google is hosting an October 15 event in New York City, where it is expected to unveil its next-generation smartphone, the Google Pixel 4, reports Axios.

Mac RumorsSep 16, 2019
Apple Inks Deal for 'Mosquito Coast' Series Starring Justin Theroux
Apple has signed a deal for an adaptation of "The Mosquito Coast" set to star Justin Theroux, reports Variety.

New York Times TechSep 11, 2019
Wondering Who Did That Painting? There's an App (or Two) for That
With companies racing to develop Shazam for art, we see what instant-identification apps really add to your experience in museums and galleries.

Computer World Security NewsJun 17, 2019
WWDC: Has Apple closed the door on non-Mac App Store apps?
Ever since Apple introduced the Mac App Store developers have warned it plans to close off its platform, so news the company will insist on App Notarization in macOC Catalina set those critics off again. The thing is, it's a little more complicated.

What is Apple doing? Yes, Apple is making it a little more difficult for Mac users to install apps that aren't sold at the Mac App Store or made available from bona fide developers happy to submit their software for the company's speedy App notarization service.

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