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United States Justice Department Launching Antitrust Review of Major Tech Companies

The United States Justice Department is launching a broad antitrust review into whether major technology companies are unlawfully stifling competition, reports The Wall Street Journal. The DoJ will reportedly be examining the practices of online platforms that “dominate internet search, social media and retail services,” which will involve Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple.The Justice Department …

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Intel to Auction Off Modem IP and Patents

Intel is planning to auction off its portfolio of patents related to cellular wireless connectivity, according to a new report from IAM. Intel’s upcoming auction follows the company’s April decision to exit the 5G smartphone modem business. Intel stopped work on 5G modem technology after Apple and Qualcomm reached a settlement and a supply agreement …

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Apple Once Again the Most Valuable Public Company in the World

Apple has once again reclaimed the title of most valuable publicly traded company marking the first time the Cupertino company has held that title since December. As noted by CNBC, Apple surpassed Microsoft and Amazon this afternoon with a closing price of $174.24, for a market capitalization of $821.59 billion. That beats out Microsoft’s market …

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macOS Keychain Security Flaw Discovered by Researcher, but Details Not Shared With Apple Over Bug Bounty Protest

German security researcher Linus Henze this week discovered a new zero-day macOS vulnerability dubbed “KeySteal,” which, as demoed in the video below, can be used to get to all of the sensitive data stored in the Keychain app. Henze appears to use a malicious app to extract data from the Mac’s Keychain app without the …

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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 75 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced three years ago in March 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology Preview to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. Safari Technology Preview release 75 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for WebRTC, Intelligent …

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Apple Lists New 'Neymar Jr. Custom Edition' Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones

Apple has added a listing for a new custom-designed pair of Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones that celebrate the 27th birthday of Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr. The Neymar Jr. Custom Edition headphones feature graffiti-style decals over the outside of the ear cups and headband that hark back to the soccer player’s childhood roots in the …

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New Razer Blade Stealth vs. Apple's MacBooks

For the last few years, Razer, known for its gaming PCs and accessories, has been making the Razer Blade Stealth, an ultrabook that’s quite sleek and snazzy. We went hands-on with the latest version of the Razer Blade Stealth, released in 2019, to see how it compares with Apple’s MacBook options. Subscribe to the MacRumors …

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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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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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Apple Buys 50 Business Class Seats From San Francisco to Shanghai Every Day

Apple is United Airlines’ biggest customer at the San Francisco International Airport, according to signs the airline has available that were shared on Twitter today. According to United, Apple spends $150 million on airline tickets each year, and purchases 50 business class seats on flights to Shanghai every day. Curious who are @United largest global …

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Year in Review: Everything Apple Introduced in 2018

2018 was a big year for Apple, and while there were some misses like the AirPower, we saw a redesigned Apple Watch Series 4, a new lower-cost iPhone XR with an edge-to-edge display and Face ID, overhauled iPad Pro models, and more. Below, we’ve created a quick overview of every major product Apple announced or …

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Track Santa's Journey From the North Pole With Google's Web-Based Santa Tracker

For MacRumors readers who continue to believe in Santa Claus or for those who have young children, Google today launched its annual Santa tracking feature, allowing Santa to be tracked in real time on his journey from the North Pole as he prepares to deliver presents around the world. Google has offered its fun Santa …

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Apple Begins Selling LumaForge Shared Servers With Up to 200TB Storage and Prices Up to $50,000

LumaForge today announced that its Jellyfish shared storage solutions are now available for purchase from Apple’s online business store, with ultra-high capacities up to 200TB at ultra-high prices of up to $50,000 in the United States. Jellyfish servers enable video production teams working on Macs to collaborate throughout the content creation process. Designed by professional …

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