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The Indian government on Monday held a press conference to make sure the word got out that they will not allow Apple to sell refurbished devices in India. They had already rejected a request to open Apple retail stores in the region.
Business Insider reports mobile database company Realm, who provides services to around 100,000 app developers says its stats show developers are losing interest in the Apple Watch.
The latest update to the Twitter for iOS app brings some more 3D Touch love to the app for iPhone 6s/6s Plus owners. Previously, the app’s 3D Touch integration was limited to Quick Action Home Screen options.
If you’ve wanted to try Alexa, the powerful AI behind Amazon’s Echo home personal assistant device, but you’re not sure if you want to blow the dough to buy one, give Echosim.io a try.
Memorial Day: “In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
It’s that time again. It’s time to see whats coming to Netflix during June 2016. Sadly, in order to make room for the new stuff, there are also shows and movies that will be leaving Netflix in June.
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Capturing what’s happening on you Mac is useful for so many things, demonstrating how an app works, record a how to video, even sharing with a remote support or development team. iShowU Instant for Mac is one of the most capable screen recording apps around.
CNET offers more information Apple’s rumored Amazon Echo competitor, saying it could boast a built-in camera with facial recognition capabilities, and will be “self-aware.”
This isn’t really Apple related, but it will make for some cool lunchtime viewing. A group of folk in Uruguay has taken the classic arcade game Pong, and brought it into the real world. Square balls and all, y’all!
Samsung is looking to bring the mobile payments battle directly to Apple’s iPhone next month, as the South Korean electronics maker is reportedly readying a web-based SamsungPay option for the iPhone.
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Reuters reports that support for a law requiring technology companies to give law enforcement agencies a “backdoor” to a user’s encrypted communications and electronic devices – such as the iPhone – has waned, and the encryption legislation looks to be dead, at least for now.
Shares of Apple stock have gotten a very nice 9% boost in the wake of Warren Buffet’s reveal of his $1.2 billion stake in the iPhone maker on May 16.
Apple’s Vice President of Apple Pay, Jennifer Bailey says Apple is working toward its goal of making the payments option available in “every significant market” the company is in.