Daily News update on – Technology


January 10, 2022

NEWS

CNET

Apple touts a Smart Data feature that’s specific to its 5G phones (the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lines) that will automatically switch between 4G LTE and 5G networks — without you having to know or do a thing — based on how you’re using your device.

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Mac Rumors

Today is January 9, which means it’s been 15 years since Apple CEO Steve Jobs stood on stage at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, California and gave the world its first look at the iPhone, a device that would go on to change everything.

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CNET

The humble oval port is cropping up in more and more devices as it gets new data and charging abilities. … Finally you can plug multiple USB-C devices into one hub, thanks to Intel’s closely related Thunderbolt technology.

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CNET

Then, on Jan. 9, 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a device that went on to change the world: a $499 iPhone that came with 4GB of storage. It was a mobile phone, a music player and an Internet device. It went on sale about six months later, on June 29, …

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Mac Rumors

A pill-shaped notch would mark a drastic design shift from the notch that’s been a hallmark of the ‌iPhone‌ design language since the ‌iPhone‌ X. A pill-shaped notch would require Apple to fit several sensors and the TrueDepth camera system in a smaller …

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The Wall Street Journal

Peloton offers plenty to its app subscribers, customers who don’t have the company’s pricey bike or treadmill. Tune into multiple live-streamed classes a day, or download on-demand workouts offline. The …

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The Verge

Google has accused Apple of benefiting from bullying as part of a deliberate strategy to make Android users into second-class citizens on the iPhone-maker’s iMessage service. Apple’s messaging service includes a number of iOS-exclusive features, …

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CNET

On Jan. 9, 2007 at the MacWorld Expo, Steve Job unveiled the first iPhone. David Paul Morris/Getty Images. Fifteen years ago today, Steve Jobs in perhaps his most iconic Apple keynote introduced the original iPhone: “An iPod, a phone and internet …

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WISHTV.com

(CNN) — CES, the closely-watched annual consumer electronics show, looked drastically different this year. Sure, some things were familiar: companies showed off the latest batch of flashy TVs. The onslaught of oddball gadgets got odder.

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Mac Rumors

“We’re starting the year by giving our customers some certainty: we will not be reintroducing roaming fees in Europe for customers on O2 or Virgin Mobile,” said Gareth Turpin, chief commercial officer.

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