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Pandora Desktop app comes to Windows

After Dawn on 13/09/2019 pm30 17:50:00

Pandora has brought its Dekstop app to Windows systems, following its release earlier this year for Macs. Whether the tier you are using is Free, Pandora Plus or Pandora Premium, you can download the Pandora desktop app for Windows from the Microsoft Store starting from today. Previously, you have to use a web browser to access the service on Windows so this will be an improvement for many. Using the Pandora Desktop App has many benefits over the browser: Keyboard controls that let you play, pause, replay, skip, shuffle, or thumb up/down songs right from your computer keyboard.On-screen song notifications that graphically display the artists, albums, and song titles for the music that's currently playing.App-based controls for our new Pandora Modes feature, which... Read the article
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Apple TV launches with Jason Momoa's See on November 1st

After Dawn on 13/09/2019 pm30 17:45:00

In addition to the annual release of new iPhones, Apple had news about their upcoming subscription services. Game service Apple Arcade is launching next week, but perhaps much more interesting Apple TV+ has now also a launch date. Apple TV+ is the company's new subscription service with which it will compete against the likes of Netflix and soon Disney+. According to Apple, Apple TV+ will launch on November 1st in a hundred countries around the world. One of the launch titles is a futuristic fantasy See starred by Jason Momoa. We also got the first look at the series in first ever trailer, shown below. Apple TV+ pricing is fairly aggressive. A family subscription of the service is said to cost $4.99 a... Read the article
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Google to pay $1.1 billion to settle French tax case

After Dawn on 13/09/2019 pm30 17:35:00

Google has agreed to pay almost a billion euros to settle a tax fraud case in France, which was initiated with a raid on its French offices four years ago. Tax authorities in France had been seeking evidence that Google had underpaid its tax liabilities in the country by not fully declaring its activities in the country. Google, as part of Alphabet Inc., reports almost all of its sales in Europe in Ireland where its headquarters are located in Dublin. It is noted to pay very little tax in European countries and has provoked the ire of tax collectors all across the continent. Google's French offices were raided in 2016 in a tax fraud investigation. Today, it is confirmed by Google that... Read the article
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Game subscription service Apple Arcade launches next week for $4.99

After Dawn on 13/09/2019 pm30 16:59:00

Apple unveiled their new smartphone models earlier this week with iPhone 11 replacing last years cheaper iPhone XR and the new iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max replacing iPhone XS and XS Max. However, there was a lot of other, smaller, announcement littered across the event as well. One of them was the gaming service Apple Arcade. The Cupertino giant had already briefly unveiled the service early in the year, but now we've got all the key details about it too. The most important of them are of course availability and price. Both of them were announced, and we're happy to let you know that Apple Arcade is launching in less than a week. It becomes available September 19 in 150... Read the article
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Apple's new flagship is the iPhone 11 Pro

After Dawn on 10/09/2019 pm30 21:46:00

Apple announced today the iPhone 11. However, that is not the new flagship of the iPhone lineup, instead the cream of the crop is iPhone 11 Pro, and it's bigger sibling iPhone 11 Pro Max. The successor to last year's iPhone XS features the same 5.8 and 6.5 displays with Face ID cutouts. The display's have been improved, though. According to Apple they provide better brightness and color accuracy, and that is why they've adopted a new moniker Super Retina XDR. The iPhone 11 Pro, just like the cheaper iPhone 11, is powered by the new A13 Bionic chip, which Apple says improves upon CPU, GPU as well as NPU performance up to 20 percent. Not only is it more powerful... Read the article
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Apple unveiled the new iPhone 11

After Dawn on 10/09/2019 pm30 21:31:00

Apple has today announced the new iPhone 11 in three different forms at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Ca. The cheapest of the bunch is the regular iPhone 11, which is actually the successor to last year's iPhone XR, not the XS. The new iPhone 11 improves upon the cameras most importantly. In the back you'll now get two cameras instead of one and even the Facetime camera has been upgraded. The new addition is a 120 degree wide angle camera next to the regular 12 megapixel shooter. The regular camera offers a f/1.8 and optical image stabilization. Apple also upgraded the front camera from mere 7 megapixels to a 4K ready 12 megapixel camera. All cameras support 4K video... Read the article
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Apple is unveiling today a tracking device, and it's more precise than competition

After Dawn on 10/09/2019 pm30 16:22:00

Apple's fall event is starting in just mere hours, but we've still got you one last thing before the actual unveiling on new devices. The rumors have it that perhaps the most unexpected device Apple is going to release today is a new type of wireless tracking device, MacRumors reports. This iTag, or whatever they'll call it, is designed to be attached to items that you'd lose easily. With the wireless connection and tracking capabilities the new Apple device will tell fairly precisely where it is. This isn't the first ever thing of its kind, but reportedly Apple has something up its sleeve that makes it more precise. According to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is using ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to make... Read the article
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Apple is unveiling today a tracking device, and it's more precise than competition

After Dawn on 10/09/2019 pm30 16:22:00

Apple's fall event is starting in just mere hours, but we've still got you one last thing before the actual unveiling on new devices. The rumors have it that perhaps the most unexpected device Apple is going to release today is a new type of wireless tracking device, MacRumors reports. This iTag, or whatever they'll call it, is designed to be attached to items that you'd lose easily. With the wireless connection and tracking capabilities the new Apple device will tell fairly precisely where it is. This isn't the first ever thing of its kind, but reportedly Apple has something up its sleeve that makes it more precise. According to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is using ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to make... Read the article
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Where is the pickup truck Tesla promised?

After Dawn on 09/09/2019 pm30 17:33:00

Tesla has been productive this year by increasing the production and even announcing a new vehicle, the reasonably priced crossover Model Y, but there should be still another vehicle coming soon. Or at least, that is what we were told to expect. Musk talked about the upcoming pickup truck in June, and even assured it would be unveiled around the end of the summer. I guess the summer is continuing in Palo Alto, CA, since there hasn't been any Tesla pickup events, or even invites yet. One can imagine that some problems with the product has appeared, although even without any obstacles Musk's schedules can be called hopeful at best. Fortunately we aren't totally in the dark, as Musk himself has decided... Read the article
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Top Apple analyst: Major iPhone design revamp happens next year

After Dawn on 09/09/2019 pm30 17:07:00

Apple's new iPhone is just couple dozen hours away as Cupertino is readying for a celebration on Tuesday. Rumors and leaks have been circling the internet for weeks and months, and we've already got a fairly good and reliable guess at what to expect from the new iPhone 11. Some changes are expected to happen. For example, at least some of the new iPhone models are going to have a new triple camera setup which is setup in a square module, if leaks are to be believed. However, while this might suggest larger design revamps as well, leading Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that is not going to happen this year, 9to5Mac reports. According to the former KGI Securities analyst, nowadays... Read the article

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