Month: January 2019

Nintendo's Next Mobile Game Will Be 'Dr. Mario World,' Developed in Partnership With LINE

Nintendo today announced that its next iOS and Android release will be Dr. Mario World, an action puzzle game set to be released later in 2019. Nintendo will be partnering with messaging app LINE to develop the new title. Little detail is available on the new game at this time, but Dr. Mario was a …

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Apple Shuts Down All of Google's Internal Apps for Abusing Enterprise Certificate [Updated]

Apple is cracking down hard on companies that have been abusing its Enterprise Certificate program, and Google today joined Facebook in losing access to Apple’s internal app tools, reports The Verge. Apple revoked Google’s Enterprise Certificate and as a result, none of Google’s internal apps are functional. Pre-release versions of iOS apps like Google Maps, …

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Questionable Rumor Suggests iOS 13 Will Drop Compatibility for iPhone 5s Through iPhone 6s [Updated]

A questionable and unconfirmed rumor from Israeli site The Verifier suggests that Apple’s iOS 13 update, expected to be previewed this summer at the Worldwide Developers Conference, will drop support for a number of iPhones and iPads. The site says iOS 13 will be unavailable on the iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 …

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One Drop Glucose Monitor Gains Personal Diabetes Assistant and Health Records Integration

One Drop, a company known for its iPhone-connected One Drop Blood Glucose Monitor, today announced the launch of a new Personal Diabetes Assistant and integration with the Health Records feature on iPhone. The One Drop Personal Diabetes Assistant is designed to encourage One Drop users to better adhere to medication times, eating plans, and blood …

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Apple's iOS 12.1.4 Update to Fix FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug Showing Up in Analytics

Apple’s upcoming fix for the FaceTime eavesdropping bug that was discovered on Monday will come in the form of an iOS 12.1.4 update, according to MacRumors analytics data. We began seeing a handful of visits from devices running an iOS 12.1.4 update on January 29, the day after the bug was widely publicized and spread …

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'Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition' Now Available on Mac

Highly anticipated role-playing title Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition got its official release on Mac today, exactly three months since Apple teased the game at its October 2018 Keynote event. Developed in partnership with Mac porting studio Elverils and Apple’s Metal engineering team, the acclaimed RPG from Larian Studios includes all the content …

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Qualcomm Demands German Court Fine Apple for Continuing to Sell iPhones After Ban

Qualcomm today filed a motion calling for a German court to levy fines against Apple for not complying with a December import ban barring iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models from being sold in Germany, reports Bloomberg. According to Qualcomm, Apple failed to properly recall the banned iPhones from third-party sellers and continued to sell …

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Puma Debuts $330 iPhone-Connected Self-Lacing Sneakers to Compete With Nike

Nike in January announced the launch of iPhone-controlled self-adjusting basketball shoes, and now another popular shoe brand, Puma, is set to launch its own self-lacing sneaker. The upcoming Puma Fi, which was able to be tested by Engadget’s Richard Lai, has been in development for three years. Puma has experimented with automatic shoe technology before …

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Canadian Law Firm Applies for Class Action Lawsuit Over FaceTime Bug

Montréal-based law firm Lambert Avocat Inc. has applied for a class action lawsuit against Apple with the Superior Court of Québec, seeking compensation for all persons exposed to a major FaceTime privacy bug that enabled users to eavesdrop on the people they call, according to its website. The proposed lawsuit seeks compensation for all Canadians …

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Apple Shipped 14.5M iPads in Holiday Quarter According to Strategy Analytics

Apple shipped an estimated 14.5 million iPads in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Apple no longer discloses iPad, iPhone, or Mac unit sales in its earnings reports, leaving us with these estimated figures, which can vary quite significantly between research firms. With the iPhone, for example, estimated shipments have …

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iPhone SE Makes Third Appearance on Apple's Clearance Store at $249—Act Fast

Apple has replenished stock of the iPhone SE on its online clearance store for the third time this month. These are brand new, unopened, and unlocked models starting at $249 in the United States. Availability dwindled very quickly in the each of the first two times the iPhone SE was added, so act fast. Apple …

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Criterion Collection Launching $11/Month Streaming Service in April, Coming to tvOS and iOS

The Criterion Collection has announced the upcoming launch of an all-new streaming service aimed at classic movie fans, called the “Criterion Channel.” Launching on April 8 in the United States and Canada, Criterion Channel will include over 1,000 classic and contemporary films for $10.99/month (via Variety). Image via The Criterion Channel/Variety Subscribers will also be …

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Samsung earnings reveal sharp drop in profit for the end of 2018

Samsung warned people when it released its earnings projection for the four quarter of 2018 that it's expecting a sharp earnings drop. Turns out the tech giant really did have a relatively rough fourth quarter due to a drop in demand for memory chips… Source: Engadget | Samsung earnings reveal sharp drop in profit for …

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