Monthly Archives: January 2019

Apple Has Restored Facebook’s Certification to Run Internal iOS Apps

Facebook found itself on the wrong end of Apple’s company wrath recently, but it looks like things are starting to even out. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Apple Has Blocked Google’s Internal Apps, Too

Two days after removing Facebook from its enterprise developer program for breaking the rules, Apple did the same to Google. Read the original post by Louise Matsakis

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Apple Has Blocked Google’s Internal Apps Too

Two days after removing Facebook from its enterprise developer program for breaking the rules, Apple did the same to Google. Read the original post by Louise Matsakis

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Apple Blocked Google’s Internal Apps Too

Two days after removing Facebook from its enterprise developer program for breaking the rules, Apple did the same to Google. Read the original post by Louise Matsakis

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The World’s Fastest Supercomputer Breaks an AI Record

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are training Summit, the world’s fastest supercomputer, to model climate change using machine learning techniques. Read the original post by Tom Simonite

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Howard Schultz: Presidential Hopeful, Twitter Ratio King

The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has no reasonable chance of becoming president, but he’s already the undisputed champion of the Twitter ratio. Read the original post by Brian Barrett

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Howard Schultz: Presidential Hopeful, Ratio King

The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has no reasonable chance of becoming president, but he’s already the undisputed champion of the Twitter ratio. Read the original post by Brian Barrett

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German Court Rejects Four Out of Eight Patent Suits Brought Against Apple by Qualcomm

The legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm will continue for at least a while, and Apple has seen a pretty strong case made against it […] Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Azure API Management Gets Preview Support for OpenAPI Specification v3

The OpenAPI Specification v3 is a community-driven open specification designed to standardize how REST APIs are written and used. Read the original post by Thomas Koshy

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Apple blocks Google from using enterprise certificates a day after blocking Facebook

When Apple says it takes privacy seriously, it means business. On Wednesday, the Cupertino company prevented Facebook from using its enterprise certificates after word got […] Read the original post by Leif Johnson

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Apple Shuts Down All of Google’s Internal Apps for Abusing Enterprise Certificate

Apple is cracking down hard on companies that have been abusing its Enterprise Certificate program, and Google today joined Facebook in losing access to Apple’s […] Read the original post by Juli Clover

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Apple Shuts Down All of Google’s Internal Apps for Abusing Enterprise Certificate [Updated]

Apple is cracking down hard on companies that have been abusing its Enterprise Certificate program, and Google today joined Facebook in losing access to Apple’s […] Read the original post by Juli Clover

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Apple Has Now Blocked Google From Running Its Internal iOS Apps and Betas

What started as a pretty big Facebook issue transformed into an equally-sized Google issue, and Apple has responded in kind. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Echo owners can try Amazon Music free for four whole months right now

Exactly zero dollars. Amazon is offering Echo owners four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. That’d normally cost you $40, but there’s a catch. You […] Read the original post by Louryn Strampe

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A Perspective on Intel’s New CEO: The Best of a Set of Bad Choices

NEWS ANALYSIS: With its financially focused leadership board and CEO, Intel will be focused on fixing damage to the company; strategy will either be something […] Read the original post by Rajesh Pandey

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