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Mac Observer 07/31/2019 16:58
AppleInsider has a good piece on Apple’s T2 chip. It’s incomplete in that it doesn’t cover the T2’s ,” but it’s still good info to have, and we recommend it. If you spent any time looking into which Mac desktop or notebook to buy before you , you’ll have seen Apple’s website extolling the fact that many of them have T2 security chips. That’s nice. Only, it’s more than nice, it’s more than a way to invisibly secure your Mac, it is a process that has a dramatic and visible effect on just about everything you do.
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 16:52
Check out this detailed look at Apple Maps in iOS 13 at MacStories . New features, a new look, and an aggressive move to make Apple Maps rival or beat Google Maps, make this a significant upgrade, and MacStories lay it all out. Timed with the spread of its first-party mapping data, Apple is giving the Maps app a big upgrade in iOS 13 that represents the company’s biggest push yet to overtake Google Maps as the world’s most trusted, go-to mapping service. Apple Maps in iOS 13 represents – if you’re in the US at least – Apple’s purest vision to date for a modern mapping service. Here’s everything that it brings.
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 15:05
The Capital One data breach might not have bene limited to the bank. Other companies could’ve been affected too, according to Slack messages from the hacker Paige Thompson. Reports and indicating that Capital One may not have been the only company affected, pointing to “one of the world’s biggest telecom providers, an Ohio government body, and a major U.S. university,” according to Slack messages sent by the alleged hacker. Krebs posted a screenshot of a list of files purportedly stolen by the alleged hacker. The stolen data contained filenames including car maker “Ford” and Italian financial services company “Unicredit.”
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 14:52
Check out this 1988 Apple promo video for the Mac, from Dave Mark at The Loop . It features avant garde darling Laurie Anderson, keyboard maestro Herbie Hancock, jazz legend Chick Corea, guitar virtuoso Carlos Santana…you get the idea. And all of them have discovered the magic of MIDI and Macintosh. It’s a very interesting snapshot in time in terms of music, fashion, and technology. For bonus points, check out the YouTube comments for some glimpses into specific software and whatnot spotted by folks over the years.
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 13:37
Due to the trade war between the United States and China, companies are looking to put their eggs into more baskets. Vietnam could be one of them. on Vietnam and India as it intensifies its search for ways to diversify its supply chain. in the production of its Switch console to Vietnam from China, according to Panjiva, a supply chain research firm. The Taiwanese electronics behemoth Foxconn, a major assembler of iPhones, said in January that it had and had pumped $200 million into an Indian subsidiary. Other Taiwanese and Chinese partners to Apple that operations in Vietnam as well.
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 10:57
Enterprise Mac company Jamf has acquired Digital Security, bringing native Mac security to its platform. Digita, a two-year old startup, was founded by a team of security experts led by Patrick Wardle, whose background includes a decade as a Mac security researcher, seeking out vulnerabilities on the Mac, and time at the NSA where he honed his security research skills. Patrick makes a lot of great Mac tools with that I recommend.
Mac Observer 07/31/2019 08:33
Many states have laws in place to protect the privacy of libraries. But LinkedIn is violating this with LinkedIn Learning, formerly known as Lynda.com. Currently, when Lynda.com is accessed through a library, a user logs in with her or his library card and a PIN. No other personal information is required. Under the new LinkedIn Learning policy, library users would be required to create a personal, publicly searchable, profile and agree to LinkedIn’s user agreement and privacy policy before being able to use LinkedIn Learning. Checking off the user agreement grants LinkedIn the power to share the information contained in a personal profile with whoever LinkedIn wants. Libraries are a bastion against corporations, where you can get free resou.
Mac Observer 07/24/2019 19:05
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Mac Observer 07/24/2019 17:57
CBS has blocked DirecTV’s CBS feed since July 19. Customers are angered. CBS All Access subscriptions have surged.( Duh.) Finger pointing abounds. Bloomberg writes : “CBS Blackout on DirecTV Is What’s Wrong With the TV Market.”If the market for television and video-streaming services wasn’t frustrating enough for consumers, now comes news that millions paying for DirecTV suddenly can’t watch CBS, the most popular TV network in the U.S., due to a contract dispute between the media giants. The good news is that it’s not yet football season, and it’s also in both companies’ interests to reach an agreement soon. The bad news is that the channel-blackout trend is only getting worse. I’d love to see Stephen Colbert’s take on this. If I could wat.
Mac Observer 07/24/2019 14:35
Jason Perlow argues that Apple and Microsoft go together like “a burger and fries” and should enter into a partnership. Microsoft’s Azure and 365 are the keys to Apple’s future products and services being able to fulfill their highest potential. In particular, Microsoft’s investments around AI and Machine Learning in the cloud would make the difference between Siri remaining the industry’s biggest not-so-intelligent agent joke — and becoming the very smartest in the industry. But only if the companies committed to building a single intelligent agent together. I don’t necessarily agree, but then again Apple’s partnership with IBM surprised me.
Mac Observer 07/24/2019 14:09
Lockdown is a new, for iOS that lets you block apps from cryptomining, sharing data with Facebook or Google, and more. The app operates solely on device and the today. Lockdown’s release comes at a time when concerns are growing about how iOS apps share data with third-parties. It’s a cool concept and I downloaded it. Unfortunately, you can’t use it in conjunction with real VPNs, at least for now.

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