Katherine Adams to Become Apple's New General Counsel as Bruce Sewell Set to Retire This Year

Apple today announced that Katherine Adams will join Apple as General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Legal and Global Security this year. She will serve as the chief lawyer of Apple’s legal department and report to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Katherine Adams, left, will replace Bruce Sewell as Apple’s general counsel Adams will replace …

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AOL Instant Messenger Officially Discontinuing This December After Twenty Years Online

Twenty years after launching as a download for Microsoft Windows computers in 1997, AOL Instant Messenger will be officially discontinued from December 15, 2017. AOL parent company Oath announced the end of AIM in a blog post earlier this morning, celebrating with a nostalgic recollection of how big the messaging platform was in the late …

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Ming-Chi Kuo Says iPhone X Supercycle Won't Really Happen Until 2018

For months, many Wall Street analysts have predicted the iPhone X will drive a significant number of existing iPhone users to upgrade. The latest word from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, suggests the so-called “supercycle” won’t truly gain momentum until 2018 due to multiple factors. Namely, Kuo said the TrueDepth camera system’s reported production …

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Truphone's Apple SIM Data Plans for iPad Will Be Available to Buy in Over 30 Countries Later This Year

Truphone today announced that its Apple SIM data plans for iPad are now available to purchase in Ireland and Portugal, with an additional 31 countries to follow by the end of 2017. The plans were already available in Australia, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the UK. Truphone’s Apple SIM plans provide iPad users …

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Apple Says App Store, iTunes, and Some Other Services Experiencing 'Intermittent Issues' [Resolved]

Apple has updated its System Status page to indicate that some users may be experiencing “intermittent issues” with the App Store, iTunes, Apple Music, and select other services in the United States and other countries. The issues began shortly before 11 a.m. Pacific Time on Thursday, according to Apple. During this time, some iPhone, iPad, …

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Win Semiconductors Helping Lumentum Make iPhone X's Dot Projector

Taiwanese manufacturer Win Semiconductors has reported a nearly 24 percent increase in third quarter revenue on a year-over-year basis, driven by the supplier’s indirect foray into the iPhone X supply chain, according to DigiTimes. The firm’s consolidated revenues hit a record monthly high of about $1.6 billion in local New Taiwan dollars in September, an …

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Pixelmator 3.7 Update Brings HEIF Image Support and Apple Photos Integration

Pixelmator has been updated for Mac to include support for the new HEIF image standard in macOS High Sierra. Once users have updated to Pixelmator 3.7, they’ll also be able to make full use of the new Photo app integration available in Apple’s latest desktop operating system. In macOS High Sierra, it’s possible to open …

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Netflix Prices Set to Increase for U.K. Subscribers From November

Following yesterday’s announcement of price hikes in the U.S., Netflix has now confirmed that some U.K. subscribers can also expect to pay more for the video streaming service going forward. Those on the Basic tier, costing £6 a month, won’t see a price increase. However, that’s where the good news ends, because anyone on the …

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Amazon Rolls Out Alexa Device Messaging and Calling to U.K. and Germany

Amazon is updating its Alexa app today to add support for messaging and calling on Alexa-powered smart devices in the U.K., Germany, and Austria (via The Verge). The second-generation Echo in Charcoal Fabric The Alexa voice calling feature will work on standard Echo and Echo Dot smart speakers, allowing users to call the devices free …

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Leaked Images Show Google Pixel 2 XL Smartphone With Minimal Bezels

A day ahead of Google’s October hardware event, serial mobile leaker Evan Blass has shared images of the company’s new 6-inch Pixel 2 XL smartphone, revealing a display with thin bezels and rounded corners reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy S8. Rumors suggest the Pixel 2 XL will feature a QHD+ display with an 18:9 (2:1) …

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Microsoft Announces the End of Groove Music, Points Users to Spotify Instead

Microsoft is shuttering Groove Music. The company announced the news on Monday in a blog post on its site, explaining that the streaming service will be discontinued on December 31 and any customers subscribed to the service will be refunded on a pro rata basis. Microsoft said it would cease sales of Groove Music Pass …

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