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Roku makes Apple TV app available to users, stock surges – MarketWatch

Roku makes Apple TV app available to users, stock surges – MarketWatch

Shares of Roku Inc. ROKU, +7.83% surged 2.6% in premarket trading Tuesday, after the streaming video player said Apple Inc.'s AAPL, +0.72% Apple TV app is available on its platform, starting Tuesday. Apple shares edged up 0.3% ahead of the open. Through the Apple TV app, Roku users will have access to their iTunes video…
The Apple TV app is coming to Roku devices today

The Apple TV app is coming to Roku devices today

With Apple TV Plus set to arrive next month, Apple is making sure Roku owners will be ready to stream its original programming. Today, the Apple TV app is launching for Roku streaming players and Roku TVs. The app will be available from Roku’s Channel Store when it goes live. It’s a free download, and…
Former Apple employees are making a deadbolt that you unlock with your phone, and it’s backed by Walmart – CNBC

Former Apple employees are making a deadbolt that you unlock with your phone, and...

John Martin and Ken Goto, Level Home FoundersLevel HomeJohn Martin had just driven with his entire family through a snowstorm to a vacation house at Lake Tahoe when he realized he forgot his keys.After waiting 45 minutes for the locksmith, Martin, who had been an executive at Nokia and Apple, had an idea for a…
Apple’s Tencent privacy controversy is more complicated than it looks

Apple’s Tencent privacy controversy is more complicated than it looks

Late last week, privacy advocates warned that Apple was sending iOS user data to Chinese company Tencent, an alarming development for anyone who had taken the company’s privacy promises at face value. A note in iOS 13 mentioned that its Safari browser uses Tencent’s Safe Browsing system to help fight malicious webpages — but Tencent…
Apple responds to report on sending users’ browsing data to China-owned Tencent – 9to5Mac

Apple responds to report on sending users’ browsing data to China-owned Tencent – 9to5Mac

In a report from professor and cryptographer, Matthew Green today, concerns were raised about Apple sharing users’ browsing data to the Chinese company, Tencent. Now Apple has offered an official response, reassuring users that actual URLs aren’t shared with third-parties. Apple has used Google to provide Safe Browsing services but with iOS 13 and macOS…
Apple tipped to launch cheapest iPhone in years – Fox News

Apple tipped to launch cheapest iPhone in years – Fox News

Apple may soon launch its cheapest iPhone in years – with a price tag of just $399.A top Apple expert believes the firm is secretly working on a handset called the iPhone SE 2, set for launch in early 2020.The price of your iPhone has steadily been rising, with top models now costing close to $1,500.CLICK…

Apple of 2019 is the Linux of 2000

Last week the laptop I use for macOS development said that there is an XCode update available. I tried to install it but it said that there is not enough free space available to run the installer. So I deleted a bunch of files and tried again. Still the same complaint. Then I deleted some…
Apple’s iPhone SE 2 will start at $399, Ming-Chi Kuo predicts

Apple’s iPhone SE 2 will start at $399, Ming-Chi Kuo predicts

In a new research report, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that prices for the rumored iPhone SE 2 will start at $399, MacRumors reports. Alongside the new pricing information, Kuo also used the report to re-iterate several of his previous predictions for the device, including that it will be powered by the iPhone 11’s…
Apple told makers of TV Plus shows to avoid depicting China critically, report says – CNET

Apple told makers of TV Plus shows to avoid depicting China critically, report says...

Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong rest at the entrance to an Apple store during clashes in July. Miguel Candela/Getty Images Apple told creators of some of the original shows for its Apple TV Plus service to avoid portraying China negatively, says a report. The news comes as Apple faces criticism for removing an app used…
Why Apple Killed The MacBook Pro – Forbes

Why Apple Killed The MacBook Pro – Forbes

Apple’s MacBook Pro remains an iconic product, but over the last few years Cupertino has pushed it back into the shadows; handing all the spotlight, attention, and shiny launch events to the iPhone. But it did more than that. It neutered a powerful laptop and turned it into a supporting player. Today’s MacBook Pro is…

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