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Apple releases iOS 11.4 for iPhone and iPad with AirPlay 2, Messages in iCloud support

Ahead of the unveiling of Apple's future plans for iOS at WWDC, the company has released iOS 11.4 to the public, including support for its ClassKit framework for educational apps, support for AirPlay 2, and the long-overdue addition of Messages in iCloud.

Today in Apple history: Apple shows off the Newton for the first time | Cult of Mac

On May 29, 1992, Apple demonstrates the Newton MessagePad for the first time, showing how the upcoming PDA can be used to order a pizza and pull off other time-saving tricks. Apple CEO John Sculley hails it as "nothing less than a revolution."

Elgato launches HomeKit compatible Eve Aqua water controller, Eve Flare smart light

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'Mega Man 11' trailer reveals release date, new mechanics

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iOS 11.4 debuts today with AirPlay 2 multi-room audio support for HomePod

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Papua New Guinea will ban Facebook for one month

"The time will allow information to be collected to identify users that hide behind fake accounts, users that upload pornographic images, users that post false and misleading information on Facebook to be filtered and removed," Basil said. "This will allow genuine people with real identities to use the social network responsibly."

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Uber 911 Button Now Available for All US Riders

Uber on Tuesday confirmed to PCMag that the 911 button it announced in April is now available for all US riders. You can access this feature when you're on a trip by tapping the new safety badge icon (a shield with a checkmark inside of it) located on the Uber home screen. The 911 button should be especially helpful if you run into trouble and are unsure of your exact location.

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iOS 11.4 is here: It's all about AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud

But another key feature in iOS is the long-expected addition of Messages in iCloud, which syncs across all devices and deletes iMessages across everything, so you won't get quite as spammed. It also backs up iMessages so that any new device in the account can get old iMessages without restoring a backup.

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Rosanne, as a leader in our society you should have known better. We have to appreciate just how we can endorsed the colors in the flowers and the colors of the rainbows, we can respect and tolerate the many cultures and colors of the human race.

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Russia gives Apple 30 days to remove Telegram | Cult of Mac

The Russian government hasn’t said what will happen if Apple fails to respond to the legally binding letter it sent to the company. Telegram — an app used to send peer-to-peer encrypted messages — has supposedly been wreaking havoc on Russia’s internet services. Now Russia is asking Apple to step in and help.

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Sony Days of Play annual sale starts June 8 with limited-edition blue PS4

The Japanese gaming giant is celebrating the promotion by releasing a limited-edition PlayStation 4 . The Days of Play PS4 comes in this eye-catching blue and gold skin, with a matching controller and 1TB hard drive. The console will cost $300 or 300 euro, which is about £260 or AU$460.

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Bye to Rick Grimes? Andrew Lincoln to leave Walking Dead in season 9

Zombie hunter character Rick Grimes may finally meet his end on the hit AMC horror series. But who will fill his bloody shoes?

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All 2019 iPhones will reportedly have OLED displays

But while this year’s upcoming iPhone X and iPhone X Plus are expected to use OLED displays, other iPhones waiting to be announced in 2018 (the “iPhone 9” or “iPhone SE 2”) will continue to used LCD displays to keep costs down. However, OLED displays being only used in high-end iPhones will come to an end next year, reports Reuters . In 2019 all new iPhone models Apple introduces will feature the advanced displays. The news sent shares of Apple’s current LCD supplier, Japan Display, tumbling 20%.

11 Why thousands of AI researchers are boycotting the new Nature journal

Machine learning is a young and technologically astute field. It does not have the historical traditions of other fields and its academics have seen no need for the closed-access publishing model. The community itself created, collated, and reviewed the research it carried out. We used the internet to create new journals that were freely available and made no charge to authors. The era of subscriptions and leatherbound volumes seemed to be behind us.

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I initially read that as ‘range’ and nearly shat myself. What did you think of his Electro? Feel like I may be one of about ten people on the planet that thought it was inspired.

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Nokia 2 (2018) review

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Don't roast marshmallows over Hawaii volcano vents, says USGS

Erm...we're going to have to say no, that's not safe. (Please don't try!) If the vent is emitting a lot of SO2 or H2S, they would taste BAD. And if you add sulfuric acid (in vog, for example) to sugar, you get a pretty spectacular reaction.

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Augmented reality is coming to a Porsche dealership near you

Oh, and in case you were wondering, the company has no plans to make these glasses available directly to well-heeled consumers who might prefer to do their own wrenching. But know at least that if you're a lucky Porsche owner who's unlucky enough to need something fixed, the person doing the troubleshooting will soon have the power of the hive mind behind them.

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Is Your Router Vulnerable to VPNFilter Malware?

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We asked scientists to review Westworld. We were not disappointed

"Westworld Season 1 is fantastic... this is captivating TV. It's not flawless but more than makes up for that with its portrayal of the core themes and concepts. What I especially like about it as a technologist is that it does not overly focus on the technology itself, but rather on it as a vehicle or mechanism to introduce and provoke some of the themes explored in the show -- can't wait to watch season 2, fingers crossed it's as good as season 1."

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Apple releases iOS 11.4 for iPhone and iPad | ZDNet

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The played it cool when Fortnite was a carbon copy and they sue now that the two games are totally apart? oO Too bad tho: confrontation should spawn competition, not more bureocracy :\

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Your next Mac could be powered by ARM processors | Cult of Mac

Apple manufacturer Pegatron has reportedly received orders from Apple to manufacture an ARM-based MacBook model, codenamed “Star” or “N84.” ARM processors are currently used for Apple’s iPads and iPhone, but not its Macs.

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GIF lord Imgur caves to video to hasten profitability

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28 China vows to protect its interests from 'reckless' U.S. trade threats

BEIJING (Reuters) - China lashed out on Wednesday at renewed threats from the White House on trade, warning that it was ready to fight back if Washington was looking for a trade war, days ahead of a planned visit by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

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How to create a vision for digital transformation at your company

Therefore, the vision has to come from customer relationships, Ross said. "You need to understand your customer's lives, their businesses, how they get stuff done," she told TechRepublic before the session. "And as you get closer and closer to your customers, you imagine little things you could do for them, things that would make their lives easier and then you start experimenting."

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Enterprise IoT projects: Data, ML, security, and other key factors | ZDNet

The Internet of Things has been hyped, discussed and piloted for years, but is now beginning to deliver real business benefits. However, with surveys revealing only moderate success rates for IoT projects, there's clearly work to do in deploying suitable edge computing architectures, setting up trusted (blockchain-mediated) data flows, and applying the most appropriate AI/ML algorithms to extract actionable insights. The IoT is a complex area and, it seems, businesses would do well to look beyond their in-house resources in order to maximise the chances of a successful result.

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Tesla Model 3 hypermilers achieve 606.2 miles on single charge

32 Russian search giant Yandex built a smart speaker for its AI assistant

Russia isn't going to sit on the sidelines while American companies like Amazon and Google conquer the smart speaker world. Search giant Yandex has launched the Yandex.Station, billed both as Russia's first smart speaker and the company's first hardware product. The device uses Yandex's in-house voice assistant, Alice, to handle upwards of 4,000 skills like checking traffic, ordering pizza or finding flights. However, its real specialty is video -- it's an unusual bridge between audio-only speakers and smart displays .

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How easy is it to delete messages from iCloud? I want some of the benefits of this (namely deleting messages across all my devices) but I’m not going to pay Apple for more iCloud storage space.

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Guess who comes back in Solo?

I don't really care what happens next with Han or Lando, but I can't wait to see where they take Qi'ra's character. She proved herself quite the combatant and a potential female Sith (if indeed that's what's she's in training to be) isn't something we've seen on the big screen before. Also, it's just so exciting to have Darth Maul back on the big screen. His fight with Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace is still one of my favorite lightsaber battles ever. Hopefully we don't have to wait too long to find out what happens next.

36 Four days into GDPR, US publishers are starting to feel the effects

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A new Intellivision console is coming in 2018

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Apple Releases watchOS 4.3.1

Today, Apple is officially releasing watchOS 4.3.1 to the public. This follows weeks of beta seeds, as is par for the course. As far as what’s new in this software, there isn’t much. watchOS 4.3.1 is meant to be a minor upgrade, focusing on behind-the-scenes improvements and other enhancements. There weren’t any major forward facing features added to the mix during any of the beta seeds, and it is not likely that Apple will suddenly throw in any additional features with the public release.

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Intel faces age discrimination allegations following layoffs

Intel's push for greater diversity hasn't helped it avoid trouble. The Wall Street Journal has learned that the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is investigating claims that Intel's large-scale layoffs discriminated against older employees. In a May 2016 round that cut 2,300 workers, for instance, the median age of those let go was 49 -- seven years older than those who remained. The EEOC hasn't decided whether or not it will file a class-action lawsuit against Intel, but the affected people will be free to pursue civil lawsuits if the regulator doesn't find enough evidence to pursue its own case.

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Testing Shows OnePlus 6 Has Top-Notch Radio

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Solo shows Star Wars isn't built for a Marvel-style cinematic universe

Commentary: Solo: A Star Wars story had the most disappointing box office opening of any Star Wars movie yet. Is Star Wars really ready for the Marvel treatment?

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Alleged 2018 iPhone prototype photos sporting brightly colored back covers are bogus [u]

Photographs have surfaced allegedly showing prototypes of a new model of iPhone due for release this year with bright colors on the rear are fake, and have been traced back to a forum post.

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Student dresses up as grandma to buy booze, goes viral

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Teachers make their own epic version of Carpool Karaoke with yodelling and floss dancing

Teachers work hard, and they deserve to let their hair down and have some fun. And fun is precisely what was had by the teachers of Wragby Primary School in Lincolnshire, northern England when they made their own rendition of Carpool Karaoke .

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25 meaningful tattoos for introverts

Dot tattoos look like natural beauty marks. They're meaningful in the sense that the number or pattern of the dots can symbolize different aspects of one's life, but hardly anyone will really see them. The ellipsis pattern above could symbolize infinity.

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AT&T, Google form cloud services partnership | ZDNet

Partner Interconnect gives businesses a secure way to connect to the Google Cloud Platform (businesses can also connect to GCP via Cloud VPN or Dedicated Interconnect ). As Google announced last month, it's partnering with several ISPs to provide customers private connectivity, even if their data centers are geographically distant from a Google Cloud region. Businesses using AT&T to connect to GCP will use AT&T NetBond for Cloud, which lets customers move workloads across multiple cloud environments without ever touching the public internet.

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Snap’s SVP of engineering responds to claims that the company has a “toxic” and “sexist” culture

The story focused on a farewell email written by a female software engineer at the company last November. The engineer listed traits of an engineer, including being a person of color and a woman, and said, “It’s fine if this list doesn’t describe you . . . But it’s not fine if you think, consciously or subconsciously, that these traits prevent you from being a good engineer. It is my deepest hope that this company can be a place that is kind, smart, and creative. I’m just done fighting for it when very few other people seem to care.” Only 13% of Snap’s technology roles are held by women, and women make up less than 25% of the company’s senior managers.

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Remember Atari's Ted Dabney by replaying classic games

Ted Dabney, co founder of Syzygy & Atari has died. His vision gave my generation more than people can comprehend unless they lived in the days when Atari was born & remember when the world was changed forever by the electronic dreams that company gave us. #Atari #TedDabney pic.twitter.com/Yhmku35EdA

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FCC asks Amazon and eBay to stop selling fake pay TV boxes

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Apple Releases iTunes 12.7.5

Apple has officially release iTunes 12.7.5 to the masses. As one might expect, this is a minor update that doesn’t add a variety of different forward facing features for the end user. It’s primarily meant to address behind-the-scenes bugs and squash them, while otherwise improving upon the overall experience. The new version number of iTunes is 12.7.5.

51 Stratasys CEO Ilan Levin to resign | ZDNet
52 Apple Launches Site for AirPlay 2, Lists Supported Third-Party Speakers
53 LifeProof Next and Slam for Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus: Added protection for outdoor adventures | ZDNet
54 ABC cancels Roseanne reboot after star's racist tweet
55 Nintendo's latest 2DS XL is a tribute to Link's Shield
56 iOS 11.4 is here: It's all about AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud
57 Dell refreshes Precision laptops with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed | ZDNet
58 China is inviting international scientists to its future space station
59 iOS 12: Will it be the fix that iPhone and iPad users are yearning for? | ZDNet
60 IBM releases Cloud Private for Data | ZDNet
61 Acorns hits 3.5 million users, sees 100,000 sign-ups for retirement product in its first month
62 KKR to acquire BMC Software 5 years after Bain Capital and others bought it for $6.9 billion | ZDNet
63 California votes on its own net neutrality rules today
64 Apparently Alan Rickman had very Snape-like 'frustrations' with Harry Potter
65 Cryptocurrency trading app Taylor says all funds have been stolen in cyberattack | ZDNet
66 How to make sure your Alexa will never accidentally send recordings to friends | ZDNet
67 'Roseanne' has been canceled
68 Black-owned coffee shops to try while Starbucks is closed today
69 Playing a different Key
70 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Exclusive IMAX Poster Promises "the Park Is Gone" - IGN
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72 Technology that changed us: The 1990s, from WorldWideWeb to Google | ZDNet
73 Video game offers $27,000 players' pack
74 WWDC 2018: iOS 12 and what to expect from Apple's annual developer conference
75 Google Translate takes a dig at flat-Earth believers
76 Schlage's smart deadbolt now works with Google Assistant
77 Paypal: Game livestreaming explodes, but women are less likely to get paid
78 PlayStation’s annual sale includes a very blue PS4 and ‘God of War’
79 Quebec’s electricity deal with cryptocurrency miners makes sense
80 Mom's viral rant about cheesecakes is too relatable
81 The Best Computer Monitors of 2018
82 From Beautiful Maps to Actionable Insights: Introducing kepler.gl, Uber’s Open Source Geospatial Toolbox
83 How to record your browser window in Google Chrome
84 No Ticket? Apple's new WWDC app brings the conference to your couch
85 A teen scientist's invention to help wounds heal
86 App publishers: Here’s a way to minimize ad revenue loss from GDPR
87 Flock raises £2.25M for its on-demand drone insurance
88 Colorful iPhone X2 leak may not be real, but we wish it was
89 Latin America’s Movile is quietly building a mobile empire
90 HoloLens acts as eyes for blind users and guides them with audio prompts
91 Chiqui Tapia: “Si nos va mal en el Mundial, la cara la voy a tener que poner yo”
92 Diamond dynasty De Beers stoops to conquer with new line of man-made diamond jewelry
93 The Top 10 CRM Companies for Business Owners - ReadWrite
94 Dictonary.com just came for Roseanne Barr and her racist comments