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Warning Issued For Apple’s 1.4 Billion iPad And iPhone Users

Israeli forensics company Cellebrite has told users that it has found a way to break into any iPhone or iPad running any version of iOS – including the latest release. With Tim Cook previously stating …
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Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks Confirm Design, Disruptive Lightning Port Change, Major Mac Pro Mistake

All seven models appear to be notebooks, as they are described as “portable” computers. …Eurasian Economic Commission filings like these have foreshadowed the release of new Apple products on numerous …
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Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks Confirm Design, Disruptive Lightning Port Change, Major Mac Pro Mistake

All seven models appear to be notebooks, as they are described as “portable” computers. …Eurasian Economic Commission filings like these have foreshadowed the release of new Apple products on numerous …
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Apple Loop: New iPhone Leak Confirms Design, Disruptive Lightning Port Change, Major Mac Pro Mistake

All seven models appear to be notebooks, as they are described as “portable” computers. …Eurasian Economic Commission filings like these have foreshadowed the release of new Apple products on numerous …
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What do subscription services and streaming mean for the future of gaming?

The future of gaming is streaming. If that wasn’t painfully obvious to you a week ago, it certainly ought to be now. Google got ahead of E3 late last week by finally shedding light on Stadia, a streaming service that promises a hardware agnostic gaming future.

It’s still very early days, of course. We got a demo of the platform right around the time of its original announcement. But it was a controlled one — about all we can hope for at the moment. There are still plenty of moving parts to contend with here, including, perhaps most consequentially, broadband caps.

But this much is certainly clear: Google’s not the only company committed to the idea of remote game streaming. Microsoft didn’t devote a lot of time to Project xCloud on stage the other day — on fact, the pass with which the company blew threw that announcement was almost news in and of itself.

It did, however, promise an October arrival for the service — beating out Stadia by a full month. The other big piece of the announcement was the ability for Xbox One owners to use their console as a streaming source for their own remote game play. Though how that works and what, precisely, the advantage remains to be seen. What is clear, however, is that Microsoft is hanging its hat on the Xbox as a point of distinction from Google’s offering.

It’s clear too, of course, that Microsoft is still invested in console hardware as a key driver of its gaming future. Just after rushing through all of that Project xCloud noise, it took the wraps off of Project Scarlett, its next-gen console. We know it will feature 8K content, some crazy fast frame rates and a new Halo title. Oh, and there’s an optical drive, too, because Microsoft’s not quite ready to give up on physical media just yet.


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