Monthly Archives: June 2019

Autumn superframe Huawei with Quad round camera declassified

In the network appeared new details about the upcoming smartphone Huawei Mate 30, which has not yet been officially submitted. First, in the vast Weibo, […] Read the original post by Mark

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OpenID Foundation Claims ‘Sign In with Apple’ Could Expose Users to Security and Privacy Risks

At WWDC 2019 earlier this month, Apple announced Sign In with Apple, a new privacy-focused login feature that will allow macOS Catalina and iOS 13 […] Read the original post by Tim Hardwick

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OpenID Foundation Claims ‘Sign In with Apple’ Exposes Users to Security and Privacy Risks

At WWDC 2019 earlier this month, Apple announced Sign In with Apple, a new privacy-focused login feature that will allow macOS Catalina and iOS 13 […] Read the original post by Tim Hardwick

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Is switching Professions in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite a good idea?

Professions in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite aren’t set in stone, but switching may have consequences you haven’t thought about. Once a player reaches level six in […] Read the original post by Luke Filipowicz

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Here’s what we think of Super Mario Maker 2

Build your own Mario levels and watch others squirm. Super Mario Maker 2 is a creative triumph. Not only does it stay true to the feel […] Read the original post by Rebecca Spear

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From the Editor’s Desk: Happy Canada Day & U.S. Independence Day!

When neighbors and friends, both literally and nationally, take part in a celebration of our countries’ most important events. Canada celebrates its national holiday on July […] Read the original post by Lory Gil

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The Best iOS 13 Tips and Tricks

iOS 13 is filled with new features and changes we’ve been asking for the past couple of years. The dark mode is finally here, Reminders […] Read the original post by Khamosh Pathak

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iMore show 663: Apple 2024

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, Mac, and Apple! Public betas are here already! […] Read the original post by Jim Metzendorf

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The artist who wrote the iPhone: why Jonathan Ive was so important for Apple

“To achieve simplicity, you need to dig a tunnel in the bowels of difficulty. To be truly simple, you need to get to the depth”, […] Read the original post by Mark

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Best bands for blue Fitbit Versa Lite

The Fitbit Versa Lite is a health and fitness smartwatch with a removable band. There are a number of third-party bands out there that look […] Read the original post by Karen S Freeman

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From Cameras to Kayaks, All the Stuff We Loved This Month

Plus: The all-new Mac Pro, Instant Pot’s ace blender, and even a bidet. Read the original post by WIRED Staff

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Best bands for purple Fitbit Versa Lite

The Fitbit Versa Lite is a health and fitness smartwatch with a changeable band. There are a number of third-party bands out there designed to […] Read the original post by Karen S Freeman

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How to get started with Keyboard Maestro on Mac

Creating macros on your Mac is incredibly easy with Keyboard Maestro and we show you the basics right here. Keyboard Maestro is a super-charged $36 macro […] Read the original post by Jeffery Battersby

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Bike-Friendly Cities, a New Urbanism, and More Car News This Week

Copenhagenize Design published its list of the world’s top 20 cities for cyclists, and Sidewalk Labs unveiled a plan to remake part of Toronto. Read the original post by Aarian Marshall

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The Democratic Debates Top This Week’s Internet News Roundup

A friendly reminder: The 2020 election is still 17 months away. Read the original post by Graeme McMillan

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