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Richard Adhikari
MacOS High Sierra Flaw Creates High Anxiety
11/29/17 3:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 704 Words

The patch is available for macOS High Sierra 10.13.1. macOS 10.12.6 and earlier versions aren't affected by the flaw. "This morning, as of 8 a.m., the update is available for download, and, starting later today, it will be immediately automatically installed on all systems running MacOS High Sierra 10.13.1," Apple ...

David Jones
Cyber Monday Sales Shoot the Moon
11/29/17 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 741 Words

Top-selling items on Cyber Monday included the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4/4 Pro, Hatchimals and Colleggtibles figurines, Apple AirPods, PJ Masks, Super Mario Odyssey , Google Chromecast and Roku .

Beating Expectations
More than 174 million shoppers in the U.S.

David Jones
Black Friday Shoppers Embrace Mobile, Set New Online Records
11/27/17 12:48 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1143 Words

Top-selling products for the weekend included Google Chromecast, Apple AirPods, Sony Playstation VR, PJ Masks, Hatchimals and Colleggtibles, according to Adobe Analytics. Super Mario Odyssey led game sales and Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X were the best-selling consoles.

For the...

Rob Enderle
The Fake News Fueling the Uproar Over Self-Driving Vehicles
11/27/17 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1847 Words

This is an AR (augmented reality) toy that uses your smartphone -- mainly LG, Samsung , Motorola, Apple and Google models. The light saber is your pointing device for some of the games and all of the battles I saw. It is...

John P. Mello Jr.
Facebook Messenger Promises Speedy Delivery of 4K Pics
11/21/17 12:01 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 692 Words

"Smartphones from Apple, Samsung and Google are already supporting the 4K format," he told TechNewsWorld.

Table Stakes
With 4K support in Messenger, Facebook is taking advantage of the higher-resolution screens in the latest smartphones, noted Ross Rubin, principal...

Jeff Kagan
Which Is Best for You: iPhone 8, iPhone X or Galaxy S8?
11/20/17 3:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 917 Words

I've lately been asked which of three new flagship phones is better: Apple's iPhone 8, its iPhone X, or Samsung's new Galaxy S8, which runs Google Android? Smartphones have gone through some remarkable changes over the years. How do you determine which...

Rob Enderle
BlackBerry: The Most Important Mobile Company of the Future?
11/20/17 11:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1513 Words

I spent the last several days at a BlackBerry analyst event in New York, and I think the company is more important than Apple is to our future, I think it is more important to Apple than Apple realizes.

I'll explain...

David Jones
Newly Revealed Flaw Could Subject IoT Devices to Airborne Attacks
11/17/17 2:12 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 728 Words

Armis worked with Google, Microsoft, Apple and Linux on the disclosure process to make sure patches were made available when the vulnerability was made public.

The researchers originally found that all Linux devices from 3.3 rc1, released six years ago, were...

David Jones
Retailers, Etailers Brace for Invasion of the Black Friday Shoppers
11/15/17 10:58 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1038 Words

Apple Airpods and laptops, Samsung tablets, Lenovo , Dell and HP laptops led in electronics categories, and revenue from smartphones was up, at 24 percent of purchases, Adobe reported.

Gaming consoles have been in demand this year, due to an evolution...

David Jones
Amazon Denies Rumored Plans for Ad-Supported Prime Video Service
11/14/17 11:31 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 645 Words

Such a service would place Amazon in direct competition with Apple and other streaming video services for original content, which has become an important way for a new service to gain market share.

Amazon has "no plans to create a free,...

Rob Enderle
Why Are Tech Companies Trying to Kill Us?
11/13/17 10:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1577 Words

This is why you don't see anything very innovative out of firms like Apple. It's also why you don't see any concerted efforts to keep their customers from accidentally using their iPhones in a suicidal fashion, unless they are mandated by government.

Peter Suciu
Eavesdropper Vulnerability Exposes Hundreds of Mobile Apps
11/10/17 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 847 Words

"With apps being developed by a single person or a small team, there are no routine quality control checks," Blum added. "Right now, it's up to the stores -- Apple and Android, primarily -- to do QC work, and I'd bet they're...

Rob Enderle
Dilbert vs. Trump: Why False Facts Have Power
11/06/17 10:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1648 Words

The Echo Plus is a moderate update on the original Echo -- not enough to force a replacement or upgrade, but enough to be competitive with what is coming from Apple, Google and Microsoft. When you are the market leader, that's all...

Jeff Kagan
The Eve of the Self-Driving Revolution
11/02/17 3:06 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 609 Words

The self-driving trend represents a huge growth opportunity for the wireless industry -- for carriers like AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless , T-Mobile and Sprint, and handset makers like Apple, Google , Samsung , HTC , Xiaomi , Sony, LG, HTC and...

John P. Mello Jr.
iPhone X Delivers on Apple's Promises and That's Plenty, Say Reviewers
11/01/17 12:49 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1005 Words

... of Apple's next generation iPhone X have started appearing online, and for the most part, critics have showered praise on the product. "The iPhone X is clearly the best iPhone ever made," wrote Nilay Patel for The Verge.

"It's thin,...

Richard Adhikari
Apple May Have Fudged iPhone X's Face ID
10/25/17 12:59 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 651 Words

The iPhone X doesn't have a fingerprint scanner, and facial recognition is the only biometric unlock mechanism for a number of iPhone features, including Apple Pay, Schneemann pointed out.

Arch-competitor Samsung , on the other hand, "uses retina or facial recognition...

David Jones
Screen Burn-In, Piercing Sounds Beset Google's Pixel 2s
10/24/17 3:21 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 597 Words

Just over a month ago, iPhone and iPad users began reporting a host of problems with the upgraded iOS 11, the new mobile operating system from Apple. Consumers reported the new OS led to battery drainage issues, slow speeds, and problems...

Richard Adhikari
Harman Kardon's Cortana-Powered Smart Speaker Underwhelms
10/21/17 11:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 663 Words

It's dominated by Amazon's Echo and Google's Home, but other competitors are lining up. Apple's HomePod is expected to be available in December.

The $200 price point has drawn criticism. Amazon's flagship Echo is priced at $99 and Google's Home sells...

David Jones
PayPal Lets Messenger Users Send Money to Buddies
10/20/17 1:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 625 Words

PayPal previously entered deals with Apple's Siri to do transactions with voice commands, Niczewicz noted. It also partnered with Microsoft to allow money to be sent using Skype's chat function.

PayPal earlier this year launched a bot on Slack that...

John P. Mello Jr.
Apple, GE Join Forces on Industrial IoT Apps
10/19/17 9:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 863 Words

... and General Electric on Wednesday announced a new software development kit for Apple's mobile operating system, iOS. The SDK , which will be available for download next week, enables developers to create applications for Predix, an Internet of Things platform made...

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