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Indie devs have good reason not to trust Apple — does Arcade change that?

Indie game developers are hungry. Long denied a fair seat at the table by tech giants that own the few mass distribution channels, many indies are looking for better ways to break into the market. The upcoming launch of Apple Arcade is bringing new light to this issue, prompting developers to reexamine their position in […]

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Twitter and Deepfakes – Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 99

How To + Intego Mac Security Podcast Twitter and Deepfakes – Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 99 Posted on September 6th, 2019 by Kirk McElhearn This week on the Intego Mac Podcast, episode 99… Twitter’s boss had his Twitter account hacked, and Twitter has disabled a feature from its earliest days that let you tweet via SMS. […]

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iPad Pro deals take $399 off, MacBook Air $850, more

Ahead of tomorrow’s Keynote event, Amazon is offering up to $399 off Apple’s latest iPad Pro. We also have best of the year pricing on MacBook Air and a new TV show sale over at Apple from $3. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break. Pre-Keynote iPad Pro […]

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Week 296

Happy Thursday! On Monday Apple released Beta 6 of Xcode 11, and we’re getting closer to the traditional Apple September event where they announce the new iPhones. No official news about the date yet, as far as I could see, but the rumours point to September 10th. In the meantime, there’s still time to look […]

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Apple, Samsung, Lenovo, and more

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Get the newest MacBook Air, Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, and more at great discounted prices. Image: Mashable photo composite By Dylan HaasMashable Deals2019-09-03 16:10:09 UTC Labor Day is over, and we’re all back at work running off of […]

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wifi – Route with /etc/hosts on computer to computer network

As stated, it’s pretty difficult to do this. However, if you’re willing to change the goal a little, and use a name ending in “.local” instead of “.com”, it’s trivial (in fact, it’s already being done for you). Let me start with a little networking theory. I think you’re mixing up two different levels: name […]

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Improving Siri’s privacy protections – Apple

At Apple, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right. We design our products to protect users’ personal data, and we are constantly working to strengthen those protections. This is true for our services as well. Our goal with Siri, the pioneering intelligent assistant, is to provide the best experience for our customers while vigilantly […]

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Checklist 150: Trust Issues – SecureMac

Posted on August 15, 2019 This week, we’ll look into whether or not Siri is listening when she shouldn’t be—and who she might be telling about it. We’ll introduce you to a counterfeit cable with a funny name and a not-so-funny functionality, and discuss what this means for you. And finally, we’ll return to the […]

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iPhone 11 to feature multi-angle Face ID, improved low light capabilities, says report

A few weeks before Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11, several new details have been revealed in a Bloomberg report. Many of the details appear to corroborate earlier reports, but they further confirm what to expect. According to Bloomberg, the “Pro iPhones” will indeed feature a triple-camera setup, which will allow users to […]

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Want to get laid? You could try using more emojis

People who frequently use emojis in their messages have more active sex lives than those who don’t, according to a new study. Emoji users are also more likely to get a first date, but only 28% of single Americans use them on a regular basis. Did you know that when Apple first introduced emojis to […]

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