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Apple UK Online Store Promoting Limited Time 0% Interest Offer, Minimum Spend £399 Apple is promoting a limited time financing offer on its UK online store that allows customers to buy an Apple product and pay it back over 12 months without being charged any interest. A minimum spend of £399 is required to qualify […]

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Apple says it's already patched 'many' Wikileaks iOS exploits Less than 24 hours ago, Wikileaks published a large cache of documents detailing top secret CIA operations conducted by its Center for Cyber Intelligence. Included in the 8,761 documents and files, referred to was Vault 7, are references to zero-day… Source: Engadget Link: Apple says it's […]

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Circle with Disney launches Alexa and rewards apps integration

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Supplier Ibiden Commits to 100 Percent Renewable Energy For Apple Manufacturing

Supplier Ibiden Commits to 100 Percent Renewable Energy For Apple Manufacturing Apple has announced that component supplier Ibiden has become the first company in Japan to guarantee all of its Apple manufacturing will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy. Ibiden is planning to invest in more than 20 new renewable energy facilities, including one […]

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Republicans Starting to Think the NSA Has Too Much Surveillance Power Republicans have long supported the sweeping surveillance capabilities of the NSA and have insisted they’re vitally important to national security. But with their man Trump caught up in multiple scandals that may involve intelligence services targeting his communications, privacy is suddenly a top priority. […]

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'iPhone 8' Could Reportedly Be Called 'iPhone Edition,' Launch Well After 4.7-Inch and 5.5-Inch Versions

'iPhone 8' Could Reportedly Be Called 'iPhone Edition,' Launch Well After 4.7-Inch and 5.5-Inch Versions Apple may call the 2017 iPhone 8, rumored to be announced alongside the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus at a September event, the “iPhone Edition,” according to a new report from Japanese website Mac Otakara. The name would reportedly signal […]

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Apple Says Many of the Vulnerabilities Detailed in 'Vault 7' Leaks Already Patched

Apple Says Many of the Vulnerabilities Detailed in 'Vault 7' Leaks Already Patched Earlier today a new series of Wikileaks leaks that revealed the United States Central Intelligence Agency’s efforts to hack iPhones. The leaks detail a number of iOS exploits that can be used to bypass security on devices. Tonight, Apple said in a statement […]

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Here's Why It Smells So Nice After It Rains Ah, that fresh smell just after it rains. It brings a sense of calm to the world. But did you know that it could kill you? That’s right, rain launches (mostly harmless) bacteria into the air and in rare cases it can spread disease. Scientists didn’t […]

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Apple Captured 79% of Global Smartphone Profits in 2016

Apple Captured 79% of Global Smartphone Profits in 2016 The iPhone captured 79 percent of global smartphone profits in 2016, according to new research from Strategy Analytics obtained by The Korea Herald. Global smartphone profit stood at $53.7 billion, with Apple’s iPhone profit accounting for $44.9 billion. Apple held 14.5 percent global smartphone marketshare in […]

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When Supervillain Make-Up Gets in the Way of Actual Acting Watching this gave me intense flashbacks to every scene in the 2002 Spider-Man movie where Willem Dafoe’s voice floated out from behind an expressionless Green Goblin mask. What a bad idea, right? Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: When Supervillain Make-Up Gets in the Way of […]

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AT&T's New DirecTV Now Loyalty Promo Includes Free HBO for 12 Months or $5 Off for 6 Months

AT&T's New DirecTV Now Loyalty Promo Includes Free HBO for 12 Months or Off for 6 Months AT&T today announced a new loyalty reward for its DirecTV Now subscribers, offering free HBO for 12 months or $5 off for six months. All existing customers with active DirecTV Now accounts that were created before March 6, […]

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The Top British Telly Americans Can Stream Right Now

The Top British Telly Americans Can Stream Right Now Talk to any British expat in the US and ask them what they miss most from home, and it’s likely to be one of three things: free healthcare, Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, and British TV. Specifically, Brits like me miss iPlayer, the BBC’s free service that allows […]

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This Is the Most Hellish Movie Theater in America

This Is the Most Hellish Movie Theater in America Movie theaters are struggling to compete with incredibly convenient streaming services and affordable home theater systems. Various new gimmicks have been brought in to spice up the experience like 3D, luxury seating, and rumble chairs. But no desperate innovation has been as soul-destroying as this: Read […]

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Blue Origin Reminds Everyone It Has a Big Rocket Too Hey guys, we know that SpaceX is doing some pretty big things right now, like trying to shuttle passengers around the moon, and sending deadly pathogens into space, but Blue Origin is still cool, okay?? As it reminded us this week, the company has built […]

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Is This the CIA's Most Shocking Hacker Tool Yet??

Is This the CIA's Most Shocking Hacker Tool Yet?? Even though the news is only a few hours old, some are already starting to wonder if the big WikiLeaks release of CIA hacking documents revealed anything “technically surprising.” Well, how about this: CIA hackers are obscenely well-versed in Japanese one-line ACSCII art. Read more… Source: […]

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Scientists Have Created the First Artificial Embryo Without Using an Egg or Sperm

Scientists Have Created the First Artificial Embryo Without Using an Egg or Sperm Using stem cells in grown-on 3D scaffolding in a laboratory petri dish, scientists have for the first time created an embryo made entirely from stem cells. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Scientists Have Created the First Artificial Embryo Without Using an Egg […]

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Google's Algorithm Is Lying to You About Onions and Blaming Me for It  A little under five years ago, I got angry about a piece of fake information, and I decided to do something about it. I was reading a recipe in the New York Times, and the recipe told me, as many, many recipes […]

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