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AWS brings the Mac mini to its cloud

AWS brings the Mac mini to its cloud AWS today opened its re:Invent conference with a surprise announcement: the company is bringing the Mac mini to its cloud. These new EC2 Mac instances, as AWS calls them, are now available in preview. They won’t come cheap, though. The target audience here — […]

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The Level Bolt and Level Touch smart locks are a cut above the competition in design and usability

The Level Bolt and Level Touch smart locks are a cut above the competition in design and usability Level is one of the newer players in the smart lock space, but with a design pedigree that includes a lot of former Apple employees, the company’s already attracting a lot of praise for […]

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Apple eyes the TikTok generation with an updated version of Clips

Apple eyes the TikTok generation with an updated version of Clips Apple is today rolling out an update to its video creation app, Clips, which brings much-needed support for vertical videos, allowing for sharing to TikTok and the “Stories” feature in other social apps. The addition is one of several arriving with […]

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Microsoft Office gets mouse and trackpad support for the iPad

Microsoft Office gets mouse and trackpad support for the iPad As promised, Microsoft announced that it has added full trackpad and mouse support for the iPadOS version of Microsoft 360. That includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint, marking another important step in Apple’s longstanding push to blur the line between tablet and desktop, […]

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Review: iPad Air, smooth criminal

Review: iPad Air, smooth criminal The 2020 iPad Air comes at an interesting time in Apple’s release cycle. The iPad Pro is still strong from a specs perspective but is now technically a half generation or so behind in CPU. The new pro models won’t arrive for (theoretical) months.  So what you […]

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This Week in Apps: Apple’s big event, lidar comes to iPhone, Android gets a new IDE

This Week in Apps: Apple’s big event, lidar comes to iPhone, Android gets a new IDE Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the TechCrunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 […]

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Live from Apple’s virtual 2020 iPhone event

Live from Apple’s virtual 2020 iPhone event Apple’s big iPhone event is finally here – virtual, which is to be expected these day. This is already the second virtual event Apple has hosted this fall, following one in September at which it revealed the Apple Watch Series 6 and a new iPad […]

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Apple goes to war with the gaming industry

Apple goes to war with the gaming industry Most gamers may not view Apple as a games company to the same degree that they see Sony with PlayStation or Microsoft with Xbox, but the iPhone-maker continues to uniformly drive the industry with decisions made in the Apple App Store. The company made […]

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Telegram hits out at Apple’s app store ‘tax’ in latest EU antitrust complaint

Telegram hits out at Apple’s app store ‘tax’ in latest EU antitrust complaint Apple has another antitrust charge on its plate. Messaging app Telegram has joined Spotify in filing a formal complaint against the iOS App Store in Europe — adding its voice to a growing number of developers willing to publicly […]

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Apple Pay and iOS App Store under formal antitrust probe in Europe

Apple Pay and iOS App Store under formal antitrust probe in Europe Apple is under formal investigation by antitrust regulators in European Union — following a number of complaints related to how it operates the iOS App Store and also its payment offering, Apple Pay. The Commission said today that it has […]

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