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iOS 12 wish list: Apple TV Express

iOS 12 wish list: Apple TV Express

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Apple TV Express could plug in, power on, and get anything from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac up onto your television. Nintendo Switch lets you game like a console in your living room, then pick up and take your gaming on the go. Instead of an Apple TV — or NES! — box, it's more like an iPad that can dock to your TV for room-filling fun. Google's Chromecast achieves something similar but in an entirely different way: through a dongle rather than a dock. Even Amazon's latest Fire TV offers a lot in a small, cheap package. There's much to recommend Apple TV 4K's dedicated, powerful device approach, including separate local storage, A10X processing, and updates that won't depend on big media houses supporting hundreds of different "smart-TV" platforms. But what if we could have the best of al
Google said to create shopping service unit to satisfy EU

Google said to create shopping service unit to satisfy EU

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Brussels: Google will create a standalone unit for its shopping service and require it to bid against rivals for ads shown on the top of its search page, in an effort to satisfy European Union (EU) concerns over the display of product results, three people familiar with the investigation said. Google faces a Thursday deadline to comply with an EU antitrust order for it to give equal treatment in how the search engine shows competitors’ comparison-shopping sites, according to the people, who asked not to be named as the negotiations are private. While the shopping service will remain part of Google, it will operate separately and use its own revenues to bid for ads. Google was ordered by regulators to stop promoting its own shopping search results over competitors’ and to make changes b
Twitter and Facebook are no longer integrated in iOS 11

Twitter and Facebook are no longer integrated in iOS 11

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Previous versions of Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system integrated single sign-on Facebook and Twitter into the system. In iOS 11, they're back to being extensions. With the iOS 11 update on iPhone and iPad, social network services, like Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, and Flickr, which used to have single sign-on for systemwide integration have been removed. Instead, these services are treated the same as other apps. You'll have to give permission within apps using the standard extensions that other apps use. In iOS 10 and older (back to iOS 8), users could sign into Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, and Flickr from the Settings app on iPhone and iPad. This would make it easier to add additional content, like contacts, events, and more, directly to Apple's built-in apps, like Contacts, Calend...
This Body Camera Is Made For Those With Serious FOMO

This Body Camera Is Made For Those With Serious FOMO

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With the advent of social media, the pressure to share every single aspect of our lives is becoming pretty intense. At times it can be difficult to whip out our phones at a moment’s notice to capture that dog riding by on a skateboard. Ubiquiti Labs has a solution to this problem. “Millennials are so rooted to experiences, and spending their money on those experiences, and they love to capture them,” Joe Santucci, the product director for Ubiquiti Networks told The Verge. “But every time you take your phone out of your pocket you've got five notifications, and it really mentally kind of removes you from this situation. So we wanted to have something that was accessible that could also document an entire day, an entire experience, a full Coachella day, a full day in a new city — with no
How to Show Emergency Medical Information on your iPhone

How to Show Emergency Medical Information on your iPhone

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Learn how to Show Emergency Medical Information on your iPhone using the simple ios app that will let you do this. By which you can easily show health info in your iPhone, So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.  No one knows about the emergency condition that may arrive in the situations and this is the time when the person could not tell any of his or her medical conditions that are either necessary for the doctors so that they can treat it accurately. The medical information like blood group, diseases, organ transplants etc all are essential information that needs the care, and it can also take lots of time to know about all these things before starting the treatment fastly. Fortunately, the smartphone has come across to keep the medical history details of the
Facebook: Watch Videos Without Using Your Mobile Data

Facebook: Watch Videos Without Using Your Mobile Data

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We all know very well that whenever we open the social networking site Facebook from any device we simply spend a lot of data. And the most worst thing is that this is a real danger if we want to have data until the end of the month. Facebook: Watch Videos Without Using Your Mobile Data When you access Facebook, whether, from the computer or mobile, it is difficult not to accede to the temptation to see some of the videos that it propose from the different pages and profiles. The problem is that when we access from a device we spend a lot of data. And this is a real danger, if we want to have data until the end of the month. Now it seems that the social network giant Facebook is testing a new feature, which would allow users to enjoy these videos, but without spending data. They ...
Airtel, SK Telecom Partner to Build High Speed Network and Introduce 5G

Airtel, SK Telecom Partner to Build High Speed Network and Introduce 5G

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HIGHLIGHTS Airtel has partnered South Korean Telecom for high-speed network tech Both companies will together work to evolve 5G standard technology The outcome of the efforts by both companies will be meant for India Telecom operator Bharti Airtel on Wednesday announced strategic partnership with South Korean telecom operator SK Telecom, known for using latest technologies, to build the most advanced telecom network in India. The two companies will also collaborate on an on-going basis to evolve standards for 5G and advanced technologies like network functions virtualisation (NFV), software-defined networking (SDN) and Internet of Things (IoT), Bharti Airtel said in a statement. The companies will jointly work towards building an enabling ecosystem for t...
Now Apple’s iPhone X Can Make ‘Sh*t Literally Talk’

Now Apple’s iPhone X Can Make ‘Sh*t Literally Talk’

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The title itself seems quite an odd right, as it should be. We all know very well that finally, the tech giant Apple launched its most awaited and anticipated smartphone iPhone X, along with iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. However, Apple’s iPhone X can now make ‘Sh*t Literally Talk’. Now Apple’s iPhone X Can Make ‘Sh*t Literally Talk’ It’s not its OLED display, its borderless design, I am simply talking about its new Aion Bionic processor, its dual camera or the ability to be able to fully charge it wirelessly with all its devices. The great news of the iPhone X and the reason I’m starting to collect the coins to be able to buy the latest phone from Apple has a single name: Animojis. The Animojis are as their name advances, animated emojis, which work in tandem with the new face recogni
Apple iPhone X: How to watch live stream, what time is event, and everything to note

Apple iPhone X: How to watch live stream, what time is event, and everything to note

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https://youtu.be/CTQt5iTH7WY   iPhone X: Apple's September 12 event is just a day away and the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will be the highlight here. Here's a look at how to watch live stream, timings for Apple event and more. Apple’s September 12 event is just a day away and the iPhone X will be the main focus of this launch. Apple’s iPhone X will mark the 10th anniversary edition of the smartphone, while iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be seen as upgrades to the iPhone 7 series. So what time will the Apple event start, and how can one view the livestream? We answer all your questions below. Apple iPhone X event: Timing, how to watch live stream Apple’s September 12 event or the iPhone X event takes place at 10.00 AM Pacific Time (PDT) which is 10.30 PM I