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Mac RumorsMar 19, 2019
Apple Drops Prices on MacBook Air and Mac Mini SSD Upgrades, Lowers Cost of 64GB Mac Pro RAM Price
As we reported this morning, Apple today cut the prices of higher-end MacBook Pro SSD upgrades by up to $400, and as it turns out, there have been pricing changes to components in other Mac machines as well.


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ComputerWorldMar 19, 2019
As Teams turns two, Microsoft adds compliance and meeting features
Microsoft has unveiled a raft of new capabilities for its Teams collaboration tool, including customized backgrounds for video calls, live text captions and integration with its Whiteboard "digital canvas" tool. 

Those are just three of the features announced as part of a major update to the application at the Enterprise Connect event in Orlando, Fla. on Tuesday, alongside added security and compliance features. 

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Mac RumorsMar 19, 2019
Apple Lowers Price of MacBook Pro's High-End SSD Upgrade Options
Alongside a refresh of the iMac and new Radeon Pro Vega graphics options for the iMac Pro, Apple today quietly lowered the price of some of the storage upgrade options for the MacBook Pro.


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ComputerWorldMar 19, 2019
Apple's new iMacs: Better for consumer and enterprise pros
Apple's newly updated iMacshave plenty to offer enterprise and consumer users, not least its faster processors and much-improved graphics performance.

At the movies It is interesting to note that Apple chose to announce these new Macs with nothing but a press release, even though they've not seen significant update since WWDC 2017.

This likely reflects the importance with which the company sees the launch of its disintermediated video streaming service in March 2019.

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New Apple iMac update for 2019 has better graphics and eight-core Intel i9 processor - CNET (CNET News)

CNET NewsMar 19, 2019
Netflix won't join Apple's video streaming service, reports say - CNET
CEO Reed Hastings reveals that Netflix won't integrate with Apple's platform, according to multiple outlets.

EngadgetMar 19, 2019
Apple's upcoming video service won't offer live sports at launch
Whatever video service Apple unveils at its March 25th event, live sports won't be a part of it. The company's Eddy Cue told Sports Illustrated in an interview that there was "not a lot" of thought about competing with Amazon or Facebook to secure r...

Mac RumorsMar 19, 2019
Code in Latest iOS 12.2 Beta Suggests AirPower Launch Coming Soon
Apple's long-awaited AirPower could be launching in the near future, based on coding changes that 9to5Mac's Guilherme Rambo says he found in the latest iOS 12.2 beta, released yesterday morning.


Mac RumorsMar 19, 2019
Eddy Cue Says Apple Isn't Interested in Exclusive Rights to Live Sports Games
A new Sports Illustrated article offers a look inside Apple's so-called sports surveillance room at its Results Way office complex in Cupertino, California, where a team of Apple employees have been monitoring sports events for newsworthy and unpredictable moments for almost a year now.


TechCrunchMar 19, 2019
Apple updates iMac Pro options
While Apple refreshed the iMac lineup this morning, the default iMac pro that you can buy for $4,999 remains the same. But Joe Rossignol from MacRumors spotted some changes in the configure-to-order options. You can now buy an iMac Pro with 256GB of 2,666MHz DDR4 ECC memory — not storage, RAM. But that will cost […]

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Apple Finally Updates the iMac With Significantly More Powerful CPU and GPU Options (SlashDot)

Mac RumorsMar 19, 2019
Apple Courting Publishers by Comparing News Service to Apple Music, but Most Say Logic is Flawed
With less than one week to go until Apple's "It's Show Time" media event, the company is said to still be courting major news companies to join its revamped Apple News subscription service (via Business Insider). The debut of this service is expected to occur alongside the big focus of the event, Apple's streaming TV service.


CNET NewsMar 19, 2019
Apple's streaming TV service: Expected release date, price, shows and launch content - CNET
Apple has been putting more than $1 billion into TV programming -- just where is it going to go? Apple will reveal its plans at a March 25 event.

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ComputerWorldMar 18, 2019
Slack rolls out enterprise key management, but has no plans for end-to-end encryption
Slack has given large business customers control over the keys used to encrypt and decrypt data created in its team collaboration application. 

The enterprise key management (EKM) feature was initially unveiled at the company's Frontiers event in San Francisco in September, ahead of a closed pilot project; it is now available to all customers of Enterprise Grid, which is targeted at company-wide deployments at large organizations. 

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CNET How ToMar 18, 2019
Facial recognition: Apple, Amazon, Google and the race for your face - CNET
Facial recognition technology is both innovative and worrisome. Here's how it works and what you need to know.

CNET NewsMar 18, 2019
Apple announces new $499 iPad Air and $399 iPad Mini, both with Pencil support and faster A12 processor - CNET
Ahead of next week's expected video-streaming service debut, Apple updates its iPad portfolio.

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ResearchBuzzMar 12, 2019
Australia Internet, Saddam Hussein, Apple Glasses, More: Tuesday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, March 12, 2019
NEW RESOURCES Computerworld: National Library launches ‘enormous' archive of Australia's Internet. "‘The Australian Web Archive [AWA] is one of the biggest in the world. And when we say big, we mean enormous,' […]
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